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Jan 8, 2023 1 4 4 1 6
Jan 1, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 26, 2022 1 2 2 0
Dec 17, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 4, 2022 1 6 6 0 -2

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2022 19 189 9.95 3 0.00 291.7
2021 24 316 13.17 4 0.00 553.2
2020 31 394 12.71 2 0.00 493.3
3y Avg. 21 268 12.76 2 0.00 382.4
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Fades in second half of season

    Alie-Cox had one reception for four yards on his lone target in Sunday's loss to Houston. Alie-Cox entered 2022 as a potential sleeper tight end and red-zone target, but his production declined in almost every area. He had just 19 receptions for 189 yards and three touchdowns. He was also phased out of the offense in the second half of 2022 with just six receptions and 10 targets over his last eight games.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Held catchless in loss

    Alie-Cox failed to secure his lone target in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Giants. Alie-Cox was a complete nonfactor Sunday while playing 31 of the Colts' 58 offensive snaps. Meanwhile, rookie tight end Jelani Woods was on the field for 35 snaps and saw four targets. The veteran continues to see his opportunities shrink with the emergence of Woods on offense. Despite his limited usage, Alie-Cox will look to bounce back when the Colts host the Texans in Week 18.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Minimal role in passing attack

    Alie-Cox caught one of two targets for two yards during Monday's 20-3 defeat versus the Chargers. Alie-Cox saw 10 fewer snaps than Jelani Woods, and the former failed to make an impact in the passing game again. Woods, a rookie third-round pick, has caught 14 of 19 targets for 205 yards over his past four games and appears to have surpassed Alie-Cox on the depth chart. Alie-Cox's playing time figures to drop even more if Kylen Granson (ankle) returns to action before the end of the campaign.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: No receptions Saturday

    Alie-Cox did not have a reception on one target in Saturday's overtime loss at Minnesota. Alie-Cox played more snaps and ran more routes than Jelani Woods and Kylen Granson, but was a distant third in the passing game. (Granson had two receptions for 34 yards and Woods had one for 36 yards). Alie-Cox looks like the third option among the tight ends in an offense that's struggling, making him a poor fantasy option.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Loses fumble on lone reception

    Alie-Cox had one reception for six yards on his lone target but lost a fumble in Sunday's loss to Dallas. Kylen Granson started at tight end and played more snaps than Alie-Cox (41 to 31). Alie-Cox was also third in routes run among the tight ends, as Granson had 22 and Jelani Woods had 12, compared to Alie-Cox's 10. Given Alie-Cox had a key fumble, he's likely to be the third option among the tight ends in the passing game when Indy returns from its bye week.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Two receptions in loss

    Alie-Cox had two receptions for 14 yards on three targets in Monday's loss to Pittsburgh. Alie-Cox got the start at tight end and played 22 snaps on offense, but was outperformed by rookie Jelani Woods, who had eight receptions for 98 yards on 39 snaps. It's possible Woods takes over as the primary tight end target after this breakout game, but all three Colts tight ends have had their moments this season, including Kylen Granson, who was out Monday with an illness. Alie-Cox isn't a dependable fantasy asset and isn't even getting many red zone looks despite his size -- he's 6-5, but Woods is 6-7.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Targeted once in Week 11

    Alie-Cox caught his only target for 14 yards in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Eagles. With fellow tight end Jelani Woods (shoulder) inactive, Alie-Cox and Kylen Granson were each targeted only once. Since racking up a season-high 85 yards in Week 4, Alie-Cox has mustered only 34 yards over seven subsequent games.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Untargeted on big snap count

    Alie-Cox went without a target while playing 36 of the Colts' 59 snaps on offense in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Raiders. Even though he benefited from a slight boost in playing time with one member of the Colts' three-man tight-end committee out of the lineup in Jelani Woods (shoulder), Alie-Cox couldn't come through with any useful numbers. The bulk of Alie-Cox's fantasy production for the season came Week 3, when he scored two touchdowns and caught six passes for 85 yards. In his other nine appearances, Alie-Cox has mustered only seven receptions for 64 yards and no scores.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Suits up Sunday

    Alie-Cox (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Alie-Cox missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, but returned to a limited session Friday, setting the stage for him to be available Sunday. The tight end recorded a 6-85-2 receiving line in Week 4, but apart from that Alie-Cox hasn't hauled in more than two passes in any game this season while working in a timeshare with Kylen Granson and Jelani Woods (shoulder). With Woods out Sunday, Alie-Cox could see added opportunities alongside Granson (with Nikola Kalinic in reserve), but he still profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Questionable for Sunday's game

    Alie-Cox (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders after practicing in a limited capacity Friday. Alie-Cox put up a 6-85-2 receiving line Week 4 but otherwise hasn't caught more than two passes in any game this season while working in a timeshare with Kylen Granson and Jelani Woods (shoulder). With Woods out this weekend, both Alie-Cox and Granson could get a little more playing time than usual.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Dealing with foot/ankle injury

    Alie-Cox isn't practicing Wednesday and is sporting a protective boot over his right foot, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. With Jelani Woods (shoulder) also missing practice, Kylen Granson is the only healthy tight end on the active roster as the Colts and interim head coach Jeff Saturday begin preparations for their Week 10 trip to Las Vegas. The team has deployed a three-man committee at tight end for most of the season, limiting Alie-Cox to four targets in five games since his 6-85-2 explosion Week 4 against the Titans. The three tight ends have combined for only 17.4 percent of Indianapolis' targets and 17.6 percent of the receiving yards this season, but they have five of the nine receiving touchdowns (three for Woods, two for Alie-Cox).
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Two receptions in loss

    Alie-Cox had two receptions for 13 yards on two targets in Sunday's loss at New England. Alie-Cox had his first reception since Week 5 as he had just one catch and two targets in his previous five games. He could see an increase in targets if Jelani Woods misses time with a shoulder injury, but Indy's struggles in the passing game make any of the team's tight ends a long-shot fantasy option.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: No receptions again

    Alie-Cox did not have a catch and had one target in Sunday's loss to Washington That's three consecutive games where Alie-Cox hasn't had a reception. He didn't even have a target the prior two games. 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 all three tight ends went out on about the same number of routes (12, compared 13 for Alie-Cox and 10 for Jelani Woods). There were not any major changes in tight end usage, despite the change to Sam Ehlinger at quarterback.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: No targets again Sunday

    Alie-Cox did not have a target nor reception but played 24 snaps on offense in Sunday's loss at Tennessee. That's two concecutive games where Alie-Cox hasn't had a target even though he's playing about the same as the other tight ends. Alie-Cox ran 15 routes compaired to 18 for Kylen Granson and 14 for Jelani Woods. None of the three was a factor Sunday with a combined two receptions and three targets. Alie-Cox appears to have fallen to the third option in the passing game among tight ends and may not have any fantasy value other than the rare red-zone target.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: No targets Sunday

    Alie-Cox did not have a target nor reception but played 28 snaps on offense in Sunday's win over Jacksonville. Alie-Cox's role in the offense continues to shrink as Kylen Granson got the start and had four targets. Alie-Cox also had the least playing time of the team's tight ends (31 snaps apiece for Granson and Jelani Woods). While the trio has alternated as the top target so far this season, the last two games appear to be trending away from Alie-Cox.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Two touchdowns against Titans

    Alie-Cox recorded six receptions on six targets for 85 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Titans. Alie-Cox entered Sunday's game having tallied only four catches for 44 yards across the first three games of the season. However, he emerged to lead Indianapolis' pass catchers in receptions and yards, highlighted by touchdown grabs of 14 and seven yards. Alie-Cox also recorded the Colts' second-longest play from scrimmage. Matt Ryan distributed targets to a wider range of receivers against the Titans, and if that continues, Alie-Cox is a candidate to see sustained increased production.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Just one reception

    Alie-Cox had one reception for nine yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Kansas City. Alie-Cox's role on the offense continues to shrink even though he played the most snaps and ran the most routes of Indy's tight ends (Alie-Cox with 42 snaps compared to 16 for Jelani Woods and 30 for Kylen Granson). He already was splitting time with Granson in terms of targets and routes, but then Woods caught two touchdowns Sunday. Alie-Cox's 6-foot-5 height looked set to make him a primary red-zone target of Matt Ryan, but he may have been supplanted by the 6-foot-7 Woods in that role as well.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Meager receiving role again

    Cox had one reception for nine yards on three targets in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville. It was another bad game for Alie-Cox's outlook in the offense. He wasn't on the field to begin the game in favor of Kylen Granson. Alie-Cox played the same number of snaps as Granson (27) and went out on fewer routes (20 to 17), though Alie-Cox did have three targets compared to Granson's two. It looks like Alie-Cox isn't even the top tight end in the passing offense, though neither player is getting a lot of action.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Just two targets in season opener

    Alie-Cox had two receptions for 26 yards on two targets in Sunday's tie at Houston. Alie-Cox played on 50 of the offense's 92 snaps but went out for a pass on just 20 snaps. He started at tight end but played fewer snaps than Kylen Granson (51) and went out on fewer pass routes (30-20). Alie-Cox still could be a big factor in the red zone given he's 6-foot-5, but his lack of targets in a game where Matt Ryan attempted 50 passes is discouraging.
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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: No catches in preseason finale

    Alie-Cox failed to bring in his only target in the Colts' 27-10 preseason win over the Buccaneers on Saturday night. Alie-Cox's lackluster preseason ended with a thud Saturday night, calling into question how snaps might be divided at tight end for the Colts come the regular season. Alie-Cox appeared set to lose some playing time to rookie Andrew Ogletree prior to the latter's season-ending knee injury, but second-year pro Kylen Granson and rookie third-round pick Jelani Woods could be threats as well beginning with the Week 1 divisional road matchup against the Texans on Sept. 11.
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