With Jack Doyle out, Colts’ TE-friendly offense looks to Mo Alie-Cox | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – A tight-end friendly offense suddenly is short of friends. Jack Doyle, the Indianapolis Colts’ quietly-efficient veteran in the room, has been ruled out of Sunday’s home opener against the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium with ankle and knee injuries. The team already is without Trey Burton, who’s on the injured reserve list […]
The Colts will look to Mo Alie-Cox & Noah Togiai to step up at tight end with Jack Doyle out Sunday vs. the Minnesota Vikings
With starter end Jack Doyle out with knee/ankle injuries, and with Trey Burton on injured reserve, the Indianapolis Colts will roll with Mo Alie-Cox and undrafted rookie Noah Togiai at tight end in Sunday’s Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings at
Colts: TE Jack Doyle out Sunday vs. Vikings; Mo Alie-Cox to start
Jack Doyle will miss Sunday's game against Minnesota with knee and ankle injuries.
Colts Friday Notebook: Jack Doyle Out For Game With Vikings | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Colts Friday Notebook: Jack Doyle Out For Game With Vikings
The Colts have ruled tight end Jack Doyle out of Sunday's Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich announced today that tight end Jack Doyle has been ruled out of Sunday’s Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Seven Things To Watch For: Vikings at Colts | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Seven Things To Watch For: Vikings at Colts
Colts/Vikings Game Preview: The Indianapolis Colts play host to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in their 2020 home opener at Lucas Oil Stadium
After a disappointing road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars to open up the season, the Indianapolis Colts (0-1) are playing host to the Minnesota Vikings (0-1) this week in their 2020 home opener at Lucas Oil Stadium. Check out the official game preview.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Minnesota Vikings, Week 2: Host Colts Try for Sixth Consecutive Victory Against Vikings
Something has to give between opponents coming off opening losses as the Indianapolis Colts host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Colts DC Matt Eberflus’ Cover 2 scheme isn’t failing him; his players are
Don't blame the scheme. The scheme isn't the Colts' problem.
Sizing up the Colts-Vikings game: Which defense is most vulnerable? – The Athletic
In their last six games — five of which were losses — the Colts defense has allowed quarterbacks to complete 76 percent of their passes.
Freshly-squeezed for the home opener. pic.twitter.com/3irvjyhf8I— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) September 18, 2020