RB - IND
Week 12 Outlook
Jonathan Taylor carried the ball 22 times for 84 rushing yards and one touchdown while also catching three of four targets for 10 receiving yards in the Colts' 17-16 Week 11 loss to the Eagles.
Taylor had a difficult time finding much running room for the Colts offense Sunday, averaging just 3.8 yards per carry in a low-scoring affair for the team. The running back was able to find the end zone in the first quarter but was bottled up otherwise by a solid Eagles defensive effort. Taylor will have his work cut out once again in a Week 12 Monday night home matchup against an imposing Pittsburgh Steelers run defense.
Jonathan Taylor rushed 22 times for 147 yards and one touchdown while adding two receptions for 16 yards in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Raiders.
Now that's the JT that everyone expected when he was taken in the first two picks of every fantasy draft. Taylor ran well all game, especially in a 66-yarder that he took to the house where he showcased his explosiveness. If the new regime in Indy is dedicated to the rushing attack as they were on Sunday, that could do wonders for Taylor, who hasn't done much this season. He may have a tough time repeating this success next week against the Eagles, but this is a great sign.
Jonathan Taylor is suited up for another day of Colts practice on Friday.
Taylor logged a full practice on Thursday and appears on track to making his return on Sunday against the Raiders. His return will be much needed for a struggling Colts offense. Taylor should step right back into his workhorse role.
Jonathan Taylor (ankle) was present for Colts' practice on Thursday.
Taylor has practiced for two consecutive days and appears to be on track to play this week. Taylor missed the Colts' loss in Week 9 due to an ankle injury and his return is important to a Colts team looking to get back in the win column. Fantasy managers will want to keep an eye on his status on the final practice report before they play the Raiders Sunday.
Jonathan Taylor was spotted at practice on Wednesday after missing Week 9 with an ankle injury.
This is an encouraging sign for Taylor, regardless of the extent to which he practices. Usually practicing this early in the week, even if limited, means that a player is on track and planning to play that week. However, continue to keep a close eye on the running back's status on Thursday and Friday before the team's matchup with the Raiders on Sunday.
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