Doyle had four receptions for 38 yards on five targets, including a six-yard touchdown, in Sunday's win over Houston.
Doyle was one of the few things working well for the Indy offense in 2017 as he finished with 80 receptions for 690 yards and four touchdowns. His production could get a boost if Andrew Luck is able to return from a shoulder injury in 2018.
Doyle had five receptions for 41 yards on 10 targets in Saturday's loss at Baltimore.
Doyle figured prominently into the passing game even if he was only able to connect half the time with Jacoby Brissett. He had eight receptions for 63 yards the last time the Colts faced the Texans, who they play again in Week 17.
Doyle brought in seven of eight targets for 47 yards in Thursday's 25-13 loss to the Broncos.
Doyle led the Colts in receptions, yardage and targets on the night, as he continues to serve as a security blanket for second-year quarterback Jacoby Brissett. The fifth-year tight end now has a pair of seven-catch outings in the last four games, and although he's seen the occasional downturn, he continues to build on a breakout year that includes career highs in receptions (71) and receiving yards (611). He'll look to continue building on those numbers versus the Ravens in Week 16.
Doyle had two receptions for four yards on three targets, including a three-yard touchdown, in Sunday's loss at Buffalo.
Doyle had a season low in targets, yards and receptions, but it's hard to read too much into his performance given how much the passing game was limited by playing in a heavy blizzard. He should get more action in the passing game next week against Denver.
Doyle had three receptions for 16 yards on five targets in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville.
Indy's passing game could never get going against a tough Jacksonville offense. Doyle remains perhaps the top target in the Indy passing game and should bounce back next week at Buffalo.
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