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Indianapolis Colts Roster

AFC South
Lucas Oil Stadium
Head Coach
Frank Reich
Offensive Coordinator
Nick Sirianni
Defensive Coordinator
Matt Eberflus
Special Teams Coach
Ray "Bubba"Ventrone
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Jack Doyle Ruled Out For Week 2

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said that tight end Jack Doyle (ankle, knee) is out for Week 2 against the Vikings. Doyle missed practice all week and will give way to Mo Alie-Cox as the team's starting tight end with Trey Burton already on Injured Reserve. Alie-Cox is a low-end TE2 to begin with, but on top of it, the Vikings were the best against opposing tight ends in 2019. When healthy, the 30-year-old Doyle is a low-ceiling TE2 in a Colts offense with plenty of mouths to feed, even after Marlon Mack's (Achilles) season-ending injury. He went for 49 yards in the season-opening loss to the Jaguars.

7 hours ago
Michael Pittman Jr. Lands On Injury Report

Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. (toe) was a limited practice participant on Thursday after not showing up on the injury report on Wednesday. Pittman should be good to go on Sunday against the Vikings as long as he doesn't have any setbacks. The talented big-bodied receiver played fewer snaps than Zach Pascal in the season opener, finishing with two catches for only 10 yards in his NFL debut. Even if tight end Jack Doyle (ankle, knee) doesn't play, Pittman is too far down the pecking order in Indy's passing game to be considered a viable fantasy starter in most leagues.

22 hours ago
Jack Doyle Misses Another Practice

Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle (ankle, knee) missed his second straight day of practice on Thursday. The Pro Bowl tight end is now in serious doubt to play in Week 2 against the Vikings. With Trey Burton already on the shelf with an injury, Mo Alie-Cox would be forced into a starting role if Doyle can't suit up this weekend. Doyle played 54 offensive snaps in the Week 1 loss to the Jaguars and was targeted four times, finishing with three catches for 49 yards. For now, consider Doyle a very shaky TE2 this weekend. He'll need to get in at least a limited practice on Friday to have a shot at playing. Receivers T.Y. Hilton, Parris Campbell and rookie Michael Pittman Jr. could see more targets if Doyle is inactive.

23 hours ago
Colts Defense Has Bad Matchup In Week 2

The Indianapolis Colts Defense allowed 27 points to Jacksonville in Week 1 and forced just one incompletion. They will face the Vikings this week, a team that scored 34 points and gained close to 400 total yards last week against the Packers. The Colts struggled against a rebuilding Jaguars offense, and Minnesota's is clearly far better. They will have to find ways to stop star running back Dalvin Cook and wide receiver Adam Thielen. The Vikings did not have long methodical drives but had a lot of chunk plays, averaging almost eight yards per play. The Colts defense is one of the lowest-priced defenses this week at $2,500 and should be considered a low-end starting defense in traditional leagues.

Jack Doyle Could Be Questionable For Week 2

Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle(ankle, knee) did not practice on Wednesday and could be up in the air heading into Week 2. Doyle was held to three catches for 49 yards on four targets in Week 1 against the Jaguars. If Doyle can play this week, he will be facing a Vikings Defense that allowed just one catch to tight ends in Week 1. Part of that is a product of the Green Bay offense not targeting the tight end much. However, Doyle is not one of the more heavily targeted players in this offense with guys like T.Y. Hilton, Parris Campbell, Jonathan Taylorand Nyheim Hines. QuarterbackPhilip Rivers has built a good rapport with tight ends in the past, but he will need to build one with Doyle before considering Doyle a legitimate tight end option in fantasy lineups.