Doyle led Indianapolis tight ends with 59 receptions for 584 yards and added five touchdowns. He overtook Dwayne Allen as the No. 1 tight end in the passing attack and could see his role grow next season after a breakout year.
Doyle had five receptions for 46 yards on seven targets in Saturday's loss at Oakland.
Doyle had the most targets among Indy's tight ends as Dwayne Allen had four targets and Erick Swoope had one. The three tight ends will likely split targets again in Week 17, but Doyle has emerged as the more targeted option over Allen.
Doyle had four receptions for 32 yards on four targets in Sunday's win at Minnesota.
Doyle had a typical game as he's had4.3 receptions on 4.6 targets the past three games. However, his upside is limited with both Dwayne Allen and Erick Swoope (three targets Sunday) also figuring prominently in the passing attack.
Doyle recorded five receptions on six targets, while accumulating 55 yards in the process during Sunday's loss to the Texans.
Fellow tight end Dwayne Allen failed to record a catch, as Luck looked in Doyle's direction more frequently Sunday. While the Colts' offense struggled as a whole, Doyle manged a relatively productive day. He remains a hit or miss play, and will look to hit in next week's game against the Vikings.
Dwayne Allen scored three touchdowns in Monday's win, but it's notable that he and Doyle had the same number of targets. Doyle had just four targets combined the previous two games, so he may be trending upward like the rest of Indy's passing attack.
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