Jack Doyle Fantasy Outlook Remains High With Monday Night Football Matchup Against Saints

Jack Doyle has 100 receiving yards across his last two games.
Jack Doyle has 100 receiving yards across his last two games. / Elsa/Getty Images

Jack Doyle's fantasy football outlook improved once Indianapolis Colts' tight end Eric Ebron was ruled out for the season with an ankle injury in Week 12. Doyle picked up the slack almost immediately, averaging 50.0 receiving yards on 4.0 catches and 8.0 targets per game, scoring one touchdown across his last two weeks.

He'll take on the New Orleans Saints in the Week 15 "Monday Night Football" game, and Doyle should be in for another solid outing here, in a game that could swing a lot of fantasy matchups.

Jack Doyle Fantasy Football Outlook in Week 15

Without Ebron over the last two weeks, Doyle has a 22 percent target share, which is the fifth-best mark among all tight ends in that time.

While he'll likely see a decent amount of volume, he could struggle to turn that workload into big production as the Saints are No. 10 in Football Outsiders' pass defense DVOA rankings. New Orleans has also allowed bottom-12 fantasy production to opposing tight ends in standard scoring formats.

Still, with T.Y. Hilton's status for this game looking uncertain at best, Doyle should see a lot of volume, making him a solid start in PPR formats.

Doyle checks in at TE10 in our Week 15 PPR fantasy rankings, and while he might not have the highest ceiling, he does have a pretty solid floor on Monday night.

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