• Jack Doyle
  • TE
  • , Indianapolis Colts
  • 29
  • 258 lbs
  • 6' 6"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Doyle is coming off of offseason hip surgery, but was able to run routes at full speed in OTAs, so he seems on track to be ready for Week 1. He’s also dealing with a kidney issue that is actually more of a concern than the hip, so we’ll be monitoring his health closely this summer. In 2018, only eight tight ends had a higher per game average than Doyle, though the presence of Eric Ebron obviously caps Doyle’s upside, as long as Ebron is healthy. Andrew Luck’s retirement doesn’t help, either.

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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Jack Doyle was banged up last season, but in the six games he did play, he was fairly productive. He averaged 5.5 targets per game and caught six balls for 70 yards and a touchdown against the Raiders in late October. Doyle has been good as a part-time player in the past, including 80 catches for 690 yards and four touchdowns in 2017. Quarterback Andrew Luck has always used the tight end position effectively, giving Doyle tremendous upside if he can stay on the field this year.

Fantasy Downside

Doyle missed 10 games last year and one game the year before. He’s only 29, but it’s always concerning to see players get nicked up. Additionally, Doyle will be competing with Eric Ebron for snaps and targets. Ebron was excellent last year. While multiple tight ends have been able to produce in the past with Andrew Luck; and the Colts run multiple tight end sets, it’s rarely good to be the second most productive player on the team at your own position if you’re a tight end. Further complicating things is the additions of Devin Funchess in free agency and Parris Campbell in the draft. The Colts may spread teams out a little more with three and four-receiver sets.

2019 Bottom Line

Doyle is a calculated risk in the 13th round of 12-team leagues. If he’s healthy, he’s likely to outproduce that draft slot and he’s going after guys like Greg Olsen and Jimmy Graham who also have big question marks. The Colts will use Doyle when he’s on the field, and he’s worth grabbing at the end of drafts for owners who decide not to put a lot of draft capital into the position.

2019 Strength of Schedule - IND
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
6
@LAC
1
@TEN
9
ATL
29
OAK
32
@KC
BYE30
HOU
17
DEN
20
@PIT
28
MIA
11
JAX
30
@HOU
1
TEN
21
@TB
5
@NO
25
CAR
11
@JAX

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2018 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1CIN7600108.570001-4.011.077/8293.9%
2@WAS2200510.000000-2.04.059/6196.7%
3@PHI--------------
4HOU--------------
5@NE--------------
6@NYJ--------------
7BUF--------------
8@OAK6701711.670000-13.019.057/7873.1%
9BYE--------------
10JAX3360312.000000-3.66.648/5587.3%
11TEN4430410.750000-4.38.351/6282.3%
12MIA416144.000000-7.611.638/6955.1%
13@JAX--------------
14@HOU--------------
15DAL--------------
16NYG--------------
17@TEN--------------
Per game4.3340.830.335.509.420000.170.005.7510.0855.00/67.8381.38%
Totals262452339.4200010.0034.560.5330/40781.38%