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News: 1 day agoDoyle caught his only target for 13 yards during Sunday's 31-0 win over the Texans.
Spin: Doyle battled a knee injury throughout practice ahead of Week 13, but he ultimately was ruled active and played 42 offensive snaps. Although he was able to play, fantasy managers were left a little disappointed in his overall production. Sunday's performance marked the first time since Week 7 that Doyle didn't record multiple receptions or a touchdown. Doyle will have a bye week to rest his sore knee before the Colts return for back-to-back tough matchups against the Patriots and Cardinals.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Doyle is entering his ninth NFL season - all with the Colts - after posting a 23-251-3 receiving line in 2020. Aside of an injury-plagued 2018, Doyle entered last season having ripped off three consecutive top-15 fantasy campaigns and, coupled with the departure of Eric Ebron, seemed to be positioned for a fourth. Instead, he shared work with Trey Burton and Mo-Alie Cox while handling a weak 2.9 targets per game. Doyle is sure handed (seven drops on 364 career targets) and working in a TE-friendly scheme (in seven seasons, Frank Reich's offenses have a 27% TE target share), but his dip in usage and lack of scoring (has never had more than five TDs in a season) leaves the 31-year-old well off the fantasy radar.