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Jan 8, 2023 1 9 9 0
Jan 1, 2023 3 19 11 0 1
Dec 26, 2022 3 43 17 0 4
Dec 17, 2022 1 36 36 0 3
Dec 4, 2022 2 28 27 0 2

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2022 25 312 12.48 3 0.00 432.9
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Rookie season fizzles out

    Woods had one reception for nine yards on four targets in Sunday's loss to Houston. After Woods started at tight end in Weeks 16 and 17 with Kylen Granson (ankle) out, Mo Alie-Cox got the nod in Week 18, but Woods still had more targets and ran more routes (23 to 17). The rookie showed promise with 25 receptions on 40 targets for 312 yards and three touchdowns on the season, and after posting eight receptions for 98 yards in Week 12, it looked like he might even take over the top spot at tight end. However, he had just 10 receptions for 135 yards over the final five games. His late-season disappearance was in part due to shaky quarterback play but also due to the Colts continuing to divide up targets between Woods, Alie-Cox and (when healthy) Granson. Woods showed enough of a spark that perhaps the team can make him more of a focus in 2023.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Likely to serve as top TE again

    Woods is expected to draw a third consecutive start Sunday against the Texans with Kylen Granson (ankle) ruled out for the season finale. Woods technically started in Week 16 and Week 17 losses to the Chargers and Giants, respectively, but he narrowly outpaced fellow tight end Mo Alie-Cox in playing time. Woods logged snap shares of 64 and 61 percent in those two contests, while Alie-Cox registered 44 and 54 percent shares. However, Woods was the more productive receiver of the two; he recorded six catches for 62 yards on nine targets during that span, while Alie-Cox was targeted just three times.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Just three receptions

    Woods had three receptions for 19 yards on four targets in Sunday's loss at the Giants. Mo Alie-Cox got the start at tight end, but Woods played more snaps (35-31) and went out on more routes (15-10). Woods has become the leading pass target among Colts tight ends with Kylen Granson (ankle) sidelined. However, Indy's anemic pass offense won't result in many targets even with a good matchup in the season finale against Houston.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Keep an eye on Kylen Granson (ankle), and if he's out again in Week 17 at the Giants then consider Woods a sleeper in deeper leagues. Woods had three catches for 43 yards on five targets with Granson out in Week 16 against the Chargers, and in the past two games Granson has missed (Week 12 against Pittsburgh), Woods has 11 catches for 141 yards on 14 targets. It's tough to trust any Colts player with Nick Foles starting at quarterback, but Woods has been productive any time Granson has been out, which could happen again in Week 17 at the Giants. It also helps that the Giants are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends this season.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Sleeper TEs

    Kylen Granson (ankle) is out again in Week 17 at the Giants, so consider Woods a sleeper in deeper leagues. Woods had three catches for 43 yards on five targets with Granson out in Week 16 against the Chargers, and in the past two games Granson has missed (Week 12 against Pittsburgh), Woods has 11 catches for 141 yards on 14 targets. It's tough to trust any Colts player with Nick Foles starting at quarterback, but Woods has been productive any time Granson has been out, which could happen again in Week 17 at the Giants. It also helps that the Giants are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends this season.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Week 17 Waiver Priority List

    Woods is worth a look in deeper leagues if Kylen Granson (ankle) remains out. Woods had three catches for 43 yards on five targets with Granson out in Week 16 against the Chargers, and in the past two games Granson has missed (Week 12 against Pittsburgh), Woods has 11 catches for 141 yards on 14 targets. It's tough to trust any Colts player with Nick Foles starting at quarterback, but Woods has been productive any time Granson has been out, which could happen again in Week 17 at the Giants. It also helps that the Giants are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends this season.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Shows big-play potential

    Woods recorded three receptions on five targets for 43 yards in Monday's 20-3 loss to the Chargers. Woods saw increased opportunity with Kylen Granson (ankle) sidelined. While the Colts' offense was stalled for much of the game, Woods delivered catches of 17 and 15 yards early in the first quarter to account for the majority of his production and some of the team's better plays. He's been buried on the depth chart for long stretches of his rookie season, though Woods has multiple receptions in three of his last four contests.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: One catch in Week 15 loss

    Woods caught his only target for 36 yards in Saturday's 39-36 overtime loss to the Vikings. Woods actually finished second on the team in receiving yards, trailing only Michael Pittman, who needed 14 targets to accrue 60 yards. The rookie tight end has flashed some promise, but Woods' short-term value is capped as he shares playing time with Kylen Granson in a low-octane Colts passing attack helmed by a washed-up Matt Ryan.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Limited role after big game

    Woods had two receptions for 28 yards on four targets in Sunday's loss at Dallas. A week after posting eight catches for 98 yards on nine targets, Woods was an afterthought in the offense until late in the fourth quarter. Kylen Granson returned from an illness and started at tight end, and Granson played the most snaps on offense (41) of the Colts' tight ends ahead of Mo Alie-Cox's 31 and Woods' 15, though Woods ran the second-most routes. Perhaps Woods will have a bigger role after the team's Week 14 bye, but Indianapolis has split targets three ways all season between the tight ends as part of a passing attack that has generally struggled.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Listed as active Sunday night

    Woods (shoulder/quad) is listed as active for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys. Woods, who missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, logged a full session Friday before being deemed questionable for the contest. The 2022 third-rounder, who is coming off a breakout effort in Week 12 in which he caught eight of his nine targets for 98 yards in a 24-17 loss to the Steelers, will give it a go versus Dallas, but the return to action of fellow tight end Kylen Granson (who was inactive versus Pittsburgh due to an illness) means that Woods will have to share snaps with both Granson and Mo Alie-Cox, a context that could cut into the rookie's volume Sunday night.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Questionable for Week 13

    Woods (shoulder/quad) will be listed as questionable for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys. Woods, who missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, was back on the field Friday, per Zak Keefer of The Athletic, but the tight end's status is unclear as Sunday night's 8:20 ET kickoff approaches. Woods is coming off a Week 12 effort in which he caught eight of his nine targets for 98 yards in Monday's 24-17 loss to the Steelers, but that season-high output coincided with fellow tight end Kylen Granson (who has practiced fully this week) being sidelined by an illness. Given Granson's looming availability and the timing of the Colts' kickoff, Woods currently profiles as a speculative fantasy lineup option in Week 13.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: In line to practice Friday

    Woods (shoulder/quad) is slated to practice Friday, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. Woods didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday, but his looming practice participation Friday suggests that the tight end could play Sunday night against the Cowboys. With Kylen Granson inactive in Week 12 due to an illness, Woods logged 41 snaps against the Steelers, while catching eight passes on nine targets for a team-high 98 yards.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Still not practicing

    Woods (shoulder/quad) wasn't spotted at practice Thursday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. Woods logged a DNP in Wednesday's walkthrough, so the tight end's absence from Thursday's session clouds his availability for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys. On the plus side from the Colts' perspective is that Kylen Granson, who was inactive Week 12 due to an illness, was listed as a full practice participant Wednesday.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Not practicing after big game

    Woods is listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's practice report due to shoulder and quadriceps injuries. The report is an estimation, as the Colts merely held a walk-through session two days after losing to the Steelers on Monday. Woods was the star of the night for Indianapolis with eight catches for 98 yards on nine targets, though he apparently added a quad injury to the shoulder issue that caused him to miss the previous game. His big outing Monday came with fellow tight end Kylen Granson sidelined by an illness, and it's possible Woods sees his role diminished now that he's the least healthy of the Colts' tight-end trio (Mo Alie-Cox being the third). On the other hand, Granson hasn't been a major producer while getting most of the tight-end snaps in obvious passing situations this season, and Woods is a third-round rookie who just threatened 100 yards. He'll need to prove his health, of course, before he can attempt to build on the breakout performance Sunday in Dallas.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Listed as full practice participant

    Woods (shoulder) was listed as a full participant in Thursday's walkthrough. Woods, who last saw game action Week 9, is trending toward a return to action Monday night against the Steelers, but as long as both Kylen Granson (illness) and Mo Alie-Cox are available, the 2022 third-rounder is a speculative fantasy lineup option. In nine games thus far this season, Woods has compiled a 7-79-3 receiving line.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Ruled out for Week 11

    Woods (shoulder) won't play in Sunday's game against the Eagles, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. Woods usually is part of a three-man rotation at tight end with Kylen Granson and Mo Alie-Cox, so the rookie's absence could free up a few additional opportunities for his teammates. Woods will look to heal up in time to face the Steelers on Monday Night Football in Week 12.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Sits out Thursday's practice

    Woods (shoulder) didn't participate in Thursday's practice. Considering Woods opened Week 11 prep Wednesday as a limited participant Wednesday, his lack of activity Thursday represents a step backward. It's unclear if Woods was held out due to a setback or his absence was part of a pre-planned maintenance plan as he attempts to return from the shoulder injury that sidelined him for the Colts' Week 10 win over the Raiders. The extent of his participation at Friday's practice will ultimately determine Woods' odds of suiting up this Sunday against the Eagles. Even if he's cleared to play, Woods will likely be part of a three-man committee at tight end with Mo Alie-Cox and Kylen Granson that would make it difficult to depend on him as an option in fantasy lineups.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Won't play at Las Vegas

    Woods (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. Woods was held out of practice this week with a shoulder injury he sustained in Week 9 at New England, and he'll now be forced to miss his first game of the season as he recovers. In the rookie's absence, Kylen Granson should see an uptick in targets in Week 10.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: Exits with injury

    Woods (shoulder) is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Patriots, reports James Boyd of The Athletic. Woods caught one two-yard pass before injuring his shoulder in the second half, though details surrounding the injury are unclear. The rookie tight end's return is unlikely, with the Colts already down 26-3 late in the fourth quarter.
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  • Colts' Jelani Woods: No targets Sunday

    Woods did not have a catch or target in Sunday's loss to Washington. While Alie-Cox got the start at tight end, Kylen Granson had the most snaps on offense (32, compared to 29 for Alie-Cox and 15 for Woods), and all three went out on about the same number of routes (12, compared 13 for Alie-Cox and 10 for Woods). There were not any major changes in tight end usage, despite the change to Sam Ehlinger at quarterback. Woods remains third in the pecking order for playing time and has fantasy value only for the rare end-zone target.
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