Ebron turned in a No. 4 finish last season thanks in large part to the 13 touchdowns he caught. With Jack Doyle back, Ebron is going to have a tough time replicating those numbers. While his fantasy production was actually better with Doyle on the field, that had everything to do with the 1.2 touchdowns per game he scored in the six games that Doyle was active. Otherwise his numbers were down across the board. His targets (8.8 without Doyle vs. 3.7 with Doyle), receptions (4.8 vs. 3.0) and yards (52 vs. 38) all suffered when Doyle was active. Andrew Luck’s retirement doesn’t help, either.