Doyle has been logging 65% of the snap share over the past three weeks as Ebron's snaps have declined. With Ebron now on the shelf, Doyle should soak up a majority of the work with Mo Alie-Cox also receiving an increase. It's uncertain at this time how much more Doyle will play as Alie-Cox has consistently garnered more than 30% of snaps during most weeks, but it's safe to factor in an increase to both players. Doyle, now 29, has produced 304 yards and three touchdowns on 30 receptions, still well below his production of 2016 and 2017 prior to Ebron's arrival in 2018. There's potential here for a material increase in production for the remainder of the season. Jack Doyle is found as DLF's TE29 and gets a bump in value for the remainder of 2019.