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With the Indianapolis Colts coming off a bye in Week 9, Jack Doyle should nearly be, if not fully, 100 percent healthy after battling a hip issue to begin the season. In his first game from injury, Doyle saw seven targets, catching six for 70 yards and a touchdown. But one thing that stood out was the fact he had more snaps at tight end or wide out as compared to Eric Ebron — who’s on pace for a Pro Bowl season in his own right.
The Colts face a Jacksonville Jaguars that his dealing with issues of their own, which could set up Andrew Luck and his tight ends for a nice day.
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Manning hasn’t had the best season in the world, compiling eight touchdowns — compared to six interceptions — over the course of eight games.