• Jack Doyle

  • TE
  • , Indianapolis Colts
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  • 258 lbs
  • 6' 6"
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by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Tennessee Titans

Jack Doyle only gained 28 yards on three receptions last week and failed to find the end zone for the first time in three games. Doyle’s rest-of-season prognosis looks good however with Eric Ebron landing on injured reserve this week. Doyle should benefit from some extra looks in a ball-control offense that relies on the tight end position to move the chains.

This week, Doyle faces a Titans defense that ranks 24th in aFPA to opposing tight ends this season and allowed four catches and 36 yards to Nick O’Leary last week after being signed off the street just days prior. Doyle has upside as the main tight end in town in a good matchup for the position and he’s an excellent streaming option in all league formats.

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 at Houston Texans

Jack Doyle played 65% of the team’s offensive snaps last week against the Jaguars, but he failed to record a target and wound up with a big goose egg. Prior to that disappointing outing, however, he had two consecutive games with a. touchdown and seven consecutive games with at least three receptions. Doyle isn’t lighting the world on fire this season, but he’s worth considering as a streamer in good matchups.

This week should be a pretty good matchup for him. The Texans actually rank second in the league in aFPA to opposing tight ends this season, but they just allowed eight combined catches for 111 yards and a touchdown to the Ravens’ trio of tight ends on Sunday and shouldn’t pose too big of a problem for the Colts’ talented duo. He’s a solid streaming option, particularly in deeper leagues. Keep an eye on the status of Eric Ebron’s ankle as well. If Ebron misses the game, Doyle becomes a sneaky top-10 option with increased targets.

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jack Doyle caught three of the four balls thrown his way against the Dolphins last week, gaining 44 yards and scoring his third touchdown of the season and second in as many games. Doyle is dealing with a shoulder injury, so fantasy owners should keep an eye on his status before counting on him, but early indications are that he should be available against the Jaguars.

Jacksonville ranks 18th in aFPA to opposing tight ends this year, so there’s some upside for Doyle assuming he’s active. Also, the Colts’ receiving corps remains depleted, so quarterback Jacoby Brissett may lean more on his tight ends this week. Barring any late developments on his shoulder, Doyle has streaming upside in all leagues against the Jaguars.

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 vs. Miami Dolphins

Jack Doyle only had 22 yards last week against the Steelers, but he scored his second touchdown of the season and caught three of the four balls thrown his way. Doyle isn’t a great fantasy option, but he’s quietly shown signs of life the last couple of weeks and out-snapped and out-targeted Eric Ebron on Sunday. If he can continue to see more time than Ebron, he could have some streaming potential as the season closes out.

This week, Doyle has a nice matchup against the Dolphins, who rank 18th in aFPA to opposing tight ends this year. The Colts are also down Parris Campbell and T.Y. Hilton, meaning there should be some additional targets to go around. Doyle is too risky to bank on in most leagues, but if you’re desperate, he has some upside as a streaming option this week.

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 at Pittsburgh Steelers

Jack Doyle led the team with four receptions and 61 yards last week against a tough Broncos defense. It was the highest yardage total of his season and it was good to see him continue to get the bulk of the snaps. He was on the field for 72% of the team’s offensive snaps compared to 34% for Eric Ebron. Doyle has some upside against the Steelers this week, who rank 27th in aFPA to opposing tight ends, but his lack of production thus far over the course of the season makes it hard to trust him as anything more than a desperation play.

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Denver Broncos

Jack Doyle keeps racking up targets – he’s tied for second on the team with Eric Ebron with 25 on the season – but he’s simply not producing much fantasy output with the looks he’s getting. Doyle is averaging only 8.8 yards per catch and has only one touchdown this season, and the most yards he’s had in a single game is 46 back in Week 3. Until his production starts matching his playing time, he should remain on waivers.

by Brandon Niles

IND TE Jack Doyle - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Houston Texans

Jack Doyle was on the field for 73% of the offensive snaps against the Chiefs before the bye last week, but he was still targeted only three times in the game and wound up with 19 yards. Doyle has some upside with how often he’s on the field, but the Colts seem to want to run the ball and Doyle has only been targeted more than four times once this season, and has failed to eclipse 50 yards in a game. His lack of production makes it hard to trust him and there should be better streaming options available to fantasy owners looking for help at the position. Leave him on waivers this week.

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