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Mo Alie-Cox
ADP: 32.12
Bye: 14
Experience: 4 Yr(s)
Age: 28.8
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 267
40 Time: 4.80
Speed Score: 98.20
SPARQx (Rank): 113.20 (71%)
Burst Score (Rank): 123.10 (80%)
Agility Score (Rank): 11.70 (34%)
Catch Radius (Rank): 10.11 (74%)

Mo Alie-Cox's 2022 Projections & Outlook


#32 Tight End

65.7 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
32.12 35.5 446.8 3.6 0.6 0.3

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Basic StatsMo Alie-Cox's Preseason Player Analysis

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What You Need to Know:

  • Alie-Cox essentially matched Jack Doyle in production last year (45-24-316-4). Both guys played 17 games.
  • In a low-volume pass game, Cox struggled for weekly consistency on an 8.9% target share (5th on the team).
  • He saw 9 of his 45 targets coming inside the 20. 3 were converted into scores.
  • MAC was largely TD or bust, as he never topped 5 targets in a game. He posted only 2 top-12 fantasy lines.
  • He ranked a mid-pack 19th in yards per route run (35 qualifiers, min. 40 targets).
  • The Colts added towering TE Jelani Woods in Round 3 of the draft. A raw prospect, he’s unlikely to make a major ’22 impact.
  • Kylen Granson, a ’21 Round 4 pick, returns as a catch-first TE. He received praise from HC Frank Reich last year but barely saw the field behind MAC and Doyle.
  • Red zone production remains the best path to production for MAC. Indy, though, remains thin at WR, even after adding Round 2 rookie Alec Pierce.
  • While boasting plus size and athleticism, it’s likely we’ve seen the best of MAC to date. Turning 29 in September, he’s set to enter his 5th pro season.
  • The arrival of Matt Ryan supplies some hope for a more efficient season. MAC caught only 53.3% of his targets in 2021.

Draft Sharks Bottom Line:

The Colts are losing 43 targets with the retirement of Jack Doyle.

GM Chris Ballard even inked MAC to a 3-year deal this spring worth up to $18 million. So the team clearly values his contributions.

Though 4 seasons, though, we simply haven’t seen it translate into fantasy success. 2022 gives him his best chance yet to enter the streaming discussion. But it’d be unwise to count on him as anything other than a matchup-based starter.

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Matt Ryan, QB IND

8:34am EDT 6/20/22

Ryan had excellent offseason

Colts QB Matt Ryan impressed coaches, teammates and the media with his play and leadership this offseason. “Matt was unbelievable,” HC Frank Reich said. “Really, A-Z, he did everything right. Just great leadership, great play. I mean, the whole way he took command … I knew he was good, but his accuracy is insane." OC Marcus Brady said Ryan is "damn near a coach on the field." And rookie WR Alec Pierce said, "He could basically run this offense and this team by himself." We'd expect the 14-year veteran to impress in the intangibles department. But, by all accounts, Ryan's arm strength and accuracy were excellent over the past few months. He's still not an exciting fantasy asset in a run-first offense and without rushing upside. But Ryan's arrival could be a boost for the Colts' skill-position players.

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Colts 3rd-round TE Jelani Woods carries “potential to earn immediate snaps,” per beat writer Stephen Holder. The 6’7, 253-pounder arrives after Indy used a 2021 Round 4 pick on Kylen Granson, who garnered only 15 targets as a rookie. Veteran Jack Doyle retired over the winter, and the supersized Mo Alie-Cox re-signed on a 3-year deal. “The offense,” HC Frank Reich said, “wants to be tight end-centric in some ways. A lot of playmaking goes on in the middle of the field.” Woods, 23, is a long-shot for redraft relevance. But the Colts supply a fine landing spot for his dynasty value.

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The Colts selected TE Jelani Woods in the 3rd round of the NFL Draft. A 1-year producer at Virginia (44-598-8), Woods goes a towering 6’7, 259 pounds. Athletically, he tested off the charts with a Relative Athletic Score of 10.0 (out of 10.0). Converting to TE just a few years ago, Woods is a raw product, but he landed in a spot where he can work into Indy’s rotation slowly. The Colts used a mid-round pick on Kylen Granson last year, while they signed Mo-Alie-Cox to a 3-year, $18 million deal in March.

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Stephen Holder of The Athletic writes that TE has been a “focus” of the Colts’ “pre-draft preparation.” Jack Doyle retired in March. Mo Alie-Cox returned on a 3-year deal last month, but he hasn’t played more than 55% of the snaps in a season (2021). Second-year man Kylen Granson brings a receiving profile but stands just 6’2 and caught only 11 passes as a rookie. Holder noted that Indy relied heavily on 2 TE sets last year, while OC Marcus Brady returns for another season. The Colts are currently slated for 7 picks in the 2022 draft, with the first selection on tap at 42nd overall.

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The Colts have agreed to a 3-year, $18 million deal to keep TE Mo Alie-Cox around, according to multiple reports. Alie-Cox led Indianapolis in targets last season but ranked just 5th on the team with 45. His 24 catches trailed Jack Doyle, who has since retired. The new contract suggests upside for Alie-Cox in his age-29 season, but he'll still share the position with 2021 draft pick Kylen Granson. We'll see whether Indy adds any other significant TE.

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Mo Alie-Cox, TE IND
Dynasty MVP 40.7
Position Rank #37 TE
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