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  • 12/15, 5:12 am
    • Booker rushed 11 times for 39...

      Booker rushed 11 times for 39 yards, brought in his only target for 10 yards and returned one kickoff for 23 yards in Thursday's 25-13 win over the Colts.

      Analysis: Booker played a diversified role, but he still lagged as a distant second behind C.J. Anderson for work in the ground game. The second-year back has been firmly slotted into a complementary role over the last four games, and given Anderson's success Thursday, that doesn't appear likely to change over the season's final pair of contests. The 25-year-old offers some upside through his work in the passing game as well, but his volume remains too scant to trust in the fantasy postseason.

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  • 12/15, 5:06 am
    • Mack carried six times for 14...

      Mack carried six times for 14 yards and failed to bring in his only target in Thursday's 25-13 loss to the Broncos.

      Analysis: Neither Mack nor Frank Gore got much work on the ground in a game that the Colts trailed in for the majority of the second half. The rookie hasn't topped 46 rushing yards since Week 3, but much of that lackluster production can be directly correlated to his lack of opportunity -- factoring in Thursday's workload Mack has only tallied double-digit carries once over the last nine contests. With the Colts playing out the string and Gore wrapping up his age-34 season, the 21-year-old could potentially see a bump in touches over the final two contests of the campaign.

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    12/15, 4:34 am
    • Doyle brought in seven of eight...

      Doyle brought in seven of eight targets for 47 yards in Thursday's 25-13 loss to the Broncos.

      Analysis: Doyle led the Colts in receptions, yardage and targets on the night, as he continues to serve as a security blanket for second-year quarterback Jacoby Brissett. The fifth-year tight end now has a pair of seven-catch outings in the last four games, and although he's seen the occasional downturn, he continues to build on a breakout year that includes career highs in receptions (71) and receiving yards (611). He'll look to continue building on those numbers versus the Ravens in Week 16.

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  • 12/15, 4:31 am
    • Heuerman brought in his sole target...

      Heuerman brought in his sole target for a 54-yard touchdown in Thursday's 25-13 win over the Colts.

      Analysis: The third-year tight end scored his second touchdown of the season when he caught a perfectly thrown Brock Osweiler pass down the seam late in the third quarter and then fought off a pair of defensive backs to get in the end zone. It was only Heuerman's eighth catch and 14th target of the campaign, so fantasy success has clearly been few and far between for the Ohio State product. However, with Osweiler now slated to be under center for the final two games of the season due to Trevor Siemian's shoulder injury, he'll potentially be able to continue building a rapport with the former when Denver takes on the suspect Redskins defense in Week 16.

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  • 12/15, 4:26 am
    • Latimer brought in three of four...

      Latimer brought in three of four targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 25-13 win over the Colts. He also caught a two-point conversion pass.

      Analysis: Latimer played a more expanded role than usual with Emmanuel Sanders suffering an in-game ankle injury, and he was able to get notch his second score of the season when he brought in a 22-yard touchdown pass from Brock Osweiler in the third quarter. Latimer hasn't logged more than three receptions in any game this season, but if Sanders' injury lingers, he could be in for a start against the Redskins in Week 16.

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