Doyle doesn’t fit the up-and-comer profile, but that doesn’t mean he can’t post top 10 numbers. Eric Ebron is out of the way, and the whole Indy passing attack is going to get a big boost with the arrival of Philip Rivers. (The Chargers’ passing game had approximately 31% more fantasy points available than the Colts last year under Jacoby Brissett and Co.) In the five games over the past couple of seasons that Ebron has missed, Doyle’s targets rose from 4.4 per game to 6.0 per game. It doesn’t hurt that Rivers is a well-known tight end enthusiast.
Oct 16 · 6:55 PM EDT