Indianapolis Colts
    Jack Doyle
    Jack Doyle
    #84 | Jack Doyle
    Healthy
    Tight End | Indianapolis Colts
    Date of Birth 5/5/1990
    Height, Weight 6'6", 262 lbs
    From Indianapolis, IN
    College Western Kentucky
    Experience 6 Years
    Drafted Undrafted
    Salary --
    2019 Season
    Rec
    7
    --
    Rec Yds
    87
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    Rec TD
    0
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    BIOGRAPHY  
    Date of Birth 5/5/1990
    Height, Weight 6'6", 262 lbs
    From Indianapolis, IN
    College Western Kentucky
    Experience 6 Years
    Drafted Undrafted
    Salary --
    RotowireSep 22, 5:43p ET

    News

    Doyle secured all four of his targets for 46 yards in the Colts' 27-24 win over the Falcons on Sunday.

    Impact

    The veteran tight end made good use of his modest target total and iced the game for the Colts with an 11-yard reception on third down in Falcons' territory and Atlanta out of timeouts. Doyle has seen his targets climb in each game thus far, but as Sunday's tally shows, that actually hasn't amounted to very hefty volume. Doyle will look to up his involvement yet again in a Week 4 matchup against the Raiders.

    RotowireSep 16, 3:00p ET

    News

    Doyle had two receptions for 21 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Tennessee.

    Impact

    Doyle again played more snaps (49) on offense than Eric Ebron (33) and went out for more passes, but Ebron had more targets (four) and a touchdown reception. Unless the Indy passing offense becomes more prolific under Jacoby Brissett, Doyle isn't going to get enough targets to be an impact tight end in most formats.

    RotowireSep 9, 2:21p ET

    News

    Doyle had one reception for 20 yards on two targets in Sunday's loss to the Chargers.

    Impact

    Doyle played 43 snaps on offense compared to Eric Ebron's 25 snaps, but Ebron had three targets (one reception for eight yards) including not being able to pull in a catch in the end zone. It looks like neither tight end will be targeted enough in the passing game for viable fantasy value in most leagues, but it looks like Doyle will repeat last year's pattern of getting more snaps than Ebron if fewer quality targets.