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This Week Outlook
Mo Alie-Cox failed to haul in his lone target in the Colts' 39-36 Week 15 loss to the Vikings.
Alie-Cox has clearly fallen out of the pecking order of Indianapolis pass catchers, finishing last on the team in targets on a disappointing day for the offense as a whole. Up next is a brutal Week 16 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers. Keep the tight end on the waiver wire until further notice.
Mo Alie-Cox caught two of his three targets for 14 yards in a 24-17 loss to Pittsburgh.
Alie-Cox saw more than two targets for the first time since the Colts' fourth game of the season. The 29-year-old was out targeted by Jelani Woods Monday. The Colts will take on a tough Dallas' defense in Week 13.
Mo Alie-Cox hauled in his only target for 14 receiving yards in the Colts' 17-16 Week 11 loss to the Eagles.
Alie-Cox has been nearly non-existent of late for the Colts, failing to record a catch in three of his last five games as part of an underwhelming passing attack. The tight end is best left on waivers until further notice, with just 14 receptions for 163 receiving yards and two touchdowns so far this season and a daunting Week 12 Monday night matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers ahead.
Mo Alie-Cox (ankle) is active for Week 10 and will play in a road matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Alie-Cox has been able to suit up all season for the Colts but is difficult to trust even in a matchup against a Raiders defense that is extremely generous to opposing tight ends. Quarterback Sam Ehlinger has not done any favors for Indianapolis pass catchers to this point and fantasy owners are best suited looking elsewhere for a safer tight end option.
Mo Alie-Cox (ankle) upgraded to a limited participant during Friday's practice. He did not practice the two days prior. The tight end is officially listed as questionable for Week 10.
Alie-Cox has appeared in all nine games this season, catching 13 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns. He can be left on fantasy waivers as the Colts' offense continues to underperform.