Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 21 22
vs 32 27
@ 27 24
vs 17 21
@ 30 25
vs 25 23
- -
vs 20 22
@ 18 22
vs 27 24
@ 16 21
vs 14 21
vs 31 26
@ 11 20
@ 26 23
@ 25 23
vs 15 21
vs 11 20
Player Outlook
Pascal will reunite with former offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni in Philadelphia, but he's facing an uphill battle for significant targets. In four years with the Colts, Pascal never had more than 72 targets, and he never had more than 630 yards or five touchdowns. Unless A.J. Brown and/or DeVonta Smith completely collapse, Pascal won't be productive enough to warrant reliable Fantasy use. No one should draft him.

Fantasy Stats

receiving rushing fantasy
Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 38 384 10.11 3 21 10.50 563.5
2020 44 629 14.30 5 0.00 925.8
3y Avg. 41 540 13.17 4 12 12.00 794.9
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  • Eagles' Zach Pascal: Returns from food poisoning

    Pascal returned to practice Thursday after missing the first week of training camp with food poisoning, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. A late start to camp shouldn't be the end of the world for a 27-year-old with 44 career starts, especially given that his new head coach was his offensive coordinator for three seasons in Indianapolis. On the other hand, Pascal has never done a ton with is playing time, and last year in particular he was one of the NFL's least productive starting WRs on a per-snap, per-route or per-target basis (384 yards, 5.6 YPT, 872 snaps). He's unlikely to get that much playing time in Philadelphia, where A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith are stone-cold locks to be the lead duo at wide receiver, while Quez Watkins, Jalen Reagor and Greg Ward are all legitimate candidates for the third and fourth spots. Pascal at least is in good shape to make the roster, in part because his one-year, $1.5 million contract is fully guaranteed, per
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  • Eagles' Zach Pascal: No timetable for return

    Coach Nick Sirianni said Monday that Pascal (illness) does not have a return timetable, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Pascal is dealing with a stomach illness, one which has prevented him from participating in training camp thus far. If Pascal is unable to get back on the field in the near future and begin establishing a rapport with Jalen Hurts, it could lower his chances of earning a notable depth role in Philadelphia's wide receiver corps, which is headlined by A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
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  • Eagles' Zach Pascal: Dealing with illness

    Pascal is not practicing Saturday due to an illness, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Pascal has been sidelined due to an illness since Wednesday, per EJ Smith of The Philadelphia Inquirer, but the Eagles' practice report indicates that the wideout is not dealing with COVID. The 27-year-old wideout is competing for a depth gig in Philadelphia's wide receiver corps, so it would benefit him to return to training camp as soon as possible.
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  • Eagles' Zach Pascal: Joining Eagles

    Pascal is signing a one-year contract with the Eagles, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Pascal caught only 38 passes last season despite playing 872 offensive snaps, but he does have the benefit of familiarity with Eagles coach Nick Sirianni, who was the Colts' offensive coordinator from 2018 to 2020. The 27-year-old wideout now is set to compete with Quez Watkins and Jalen Reagor for roles behind No. 1 receiver DeVonta Smith, though the Eagles still have plenty of time to add another receiver (or two) to that mix.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Just one reception in season finale

    Pascal had one reception for seven yards on two targets in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville. Pascal had another season of being a reliable, if not spectacular, contributor in Indy's offense with 38 receptions for 384 yards and three touchdowns on 69 targets, but he averaged just 10.1 yards per reception -- his lowest mark since his rookie season (9.9). It's not clear if Pascal's in the Colts' plans for 2022 as he'll be a free agent.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Comes off COVID-19 list

    The Colts reinstated Pascal (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. After testing positive for the virus last Saturday, Pascal was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list just hours before the Colts' eventual win over the Cardinals. Though he missed the Colts' first official Week 17 practice while in isolation, the wideout should get back on the field Thursday and Friday and put himself on a path to play Sunday against the Raiders. The return of Pascal will likely result in a smaller role for Ashton Dulin, who handled his third-largest offensive snap share (43 percent) of the season Week 16.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Placed on COVID list

    Pascal has been placed on the reserve/COVID 19 list by the Colts. In a corresponding move, wide receiver Keke Coutee was elevated from the team's practice squad. In Pascal's absence, Michael Pittman, T.Y. Hilton and Ashton Dulin are slated to lead Indy's wideout corps in Saturday night's game against the Cardinals.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Leads team with 23 receiving yards

    Pascal caught one of two targets for 23 yards in Saturday's 27-17 win over New England. Pascal's modest stat line was enough to lead the Colts in receiving yards, as the team took a page out of the Patriots' playbook against Buffalo and completed just five passes while trampling New England with the running game. After totaling a season-high 58 receiving yards in Week 9 against the Jets, Pascal has just six catches for 50 yards in five subsequent games.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Catches one pass Sunday

    Pascal caught one of his three targets for six yards and added one rushing attempt for 12 yards during Sunday's 31-0 win over the Texans. Pascal finished third on the team in targets behind Michael Pittman (eight) and Nyheim Hines (four), but he was only able to haul in one of them for a modest gain. Over his last two games, the wideout has garnered 10 targets, but he has caught just three passes for 18 yards. This is certainly a concerning trend and likely makes Pascal a risky fantasy option when the Colts resume action Week 15 against the Patriots.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Targeted seven times in loss

    Pascal secured two of seven targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 38-31 loss to the Buccaneers. Pascal's seven targets in Sunday's loss matched his second-highest total of the season, yet he failed to generate much production on his two catches. The 26-year-old racked up a season-high 58 receiving yards in Week 9 but has hauled in four of 10 targets for 21 yards while rushing once for nine yards across the last three games.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: No receptions Sunday

    Pascal failed to catch his only target in Sunday's win at Buffalo. Pascal's lack of production was due to Indy's success running the ball (264 yards rushing), as the Colts attempted just 20 passes. Pascal played 54 of the offense's 69 snaps and should get more activity Sunday against Tampa Bay.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Pair of grabs in victory

    Pascal brought in both targets for nine yards in the Colts' 23-17 win over the Jaguars on Sunday. The veteran possession receiver's final numbers were especially disappointing after he'd posted a solid 9-101 line on 15 targets over his last two games, and he actually lost three yards on one of his catches. Pascal's reception and yardage tallies were his worst outside of his Week 5 blanking against the Texans, and he could have a tough time improving on them much during a Week 11 matchup against a tough Bills secondary.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Four catches in win

    Pascal brought in four of seven targets for 58 yards in the Colts' 45-30 win over the Jets on Thursday night. Pascal turned in one of his trademark solid-but-unspectacular efforts that saw him serve as a reliable No. 2 option alongside Michael Pittman. Pascal's yardage total was a season-high figure for the fourth-year pro, however, and with 21 targets in his last three contests, he's at least got a relatively safe fantasy floor going into a Week 10 divisional matchup against the Jaguars a week from Sunday.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Five-catch effort in OT loss

    Pascal secured five of eight targets for 43 yards in the Colts' 34-31 overtime loss to the Titans on Sunday. Pascal turned in one of his trademark workmanlike efforts and checked in second on the team in receptions. The possession receiver's production represented a modest but welcome resurgence after he been held to a pair of three-catch efforts and zero receptions once over the prior three games. With T.Y. Hilton possibly suffering a concussion late in Sunday's game, Pascal could have a prominent role in the Thursday night Week 9 battle against the Jets.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Just three receptions Sunday

    Pascal had three receptions for 14 yards on six targets in Sunday's 30-18 win at San Francisco. Pascal led the team in targets and didn't do much with them, but some of that can be excused by the rainy and windy conditions. He worked as the No. 2 receiver with T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps) out and should continue to get a steady workload with both Hilton and Parris Campbell (foot) sidelined.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Just three receptions Monday

    Pascal had three receptions for 48 yards on five targets in Monday's loss at Baltimore. Pascal started at receiver opposite Michael Pittman and played on 59 of the offense's 69 snaps. He was also third on the team in targets. Given his usual workload, he could be more productive against Houston next week.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Four-catch effort in win

    Pascal brought in four of five targets for 44 yards in the Colts' 27-17 in over the Dolphins on Sunday. Pascal gained 41 of his yards on one reception where he flashed some nice after-the-catch skills, so the remainder of his three grabs went for just three yards. The veteran possession receiver's yardage total qualified as a season-high figure, but Pascal will look to build up his overall numbers in a Week 5 Monday night road matchup against the Ravens.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Just two receptions Sunday

    Pascal had two receptions on seven targets for 31 yards in Sunday's loss at Tennessee. It wasn't a great game for Pascal as he dropped a potential catch near the goal line and failed to make a few potential catches. It was a positive he was second on the team in targets, and some of his off day could be the result of Carson Wentz being limited with two sore ankles.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Returns to practice Thursday

    Pascal (illness) was able to practice Thursday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. Pascal missed Wednesday's practice due to an illness but his return Thursday suggests the slot receiver isn't in danger of sitting out a juicy Week 3 matchup with a Titans secondary that's been the most generous in the league to opposing receivers in the early going. The only damper on Pascal's outlook Sunday is the possible absence of starting quarterback Carson Wentz (ankle), whom Erickson said wasn't spotted at practice Thursday. Pascal was a full participant Thursday, while Wentz was a non-participant.
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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Misses practice with illness

    Pascal missed Wednesday's practice due to an illness. The good news is that Pascal wasn't placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Assuming that doesn't change, he'll have a good chance to suit up in Sunday's game against the Titans, looking to build on a strong start to the season (three touchdowns on 11 targets in two games). Pascal may have to catch passes from backup quarterback Jacob Eason instead of banged-up starter Carson Wentz (ankles), who missed practice Wednesday and looks questionable -- at best -- for Week 3.
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