For an Indianapolis Colts season headlined by the potential explosiveness of starting tight end Jack Doyle, offseason-addition TE Eric Ebron has all but stolen the show after an incredible Week 10 performance.
Ebron caught not one, not two, but three touchdowns in the first half of Sunday's battle with the formerly-feared Jacksonville Jaguars defense.
Eric Ebron has as many multi-TD reception games this season as games without a TD catch (2). Entering this season, he had 0 multi-TD reception games and 45 games without a TD reception.— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) November 11, 2018
Ebron has finished only two games on the season without hauling in at least one touchdown reception thus far, and while Doyle was out due to injury for five of these games, Ebron's biggest game of the season came with Doyle healthy and lined up at full strength in Week 10.
Eric Ebron = 8 touchdowns in nine games.— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) November 11, 2018
Without a doubt, one of the best free agent signings by any team last spring.
Perhaps, the most impressive part of Ebron's Week 10 performance was the fact that he vacuumed three TDs while Doyle still managed to catch one for himself and haul in 70 receiving yards along with the lone score.
Eric Ebron has 3 TDs in the first half so far.— SNF on NBC (@SNFonNBC) November 11, 2018
Live look at everyone who started him in fantasy: pic.twitter.com/s5ejJv1Q79
Now that we're double-digit weeks into the 2018-19 season, it's certainly not too early to say Ebron is the top TE option over Doyle for a quarterback like Andrew Luck, who likes to throw to his tight ends in Indianapolis.
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