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Pittman brought in 10 of 13 targets for 107 yards in the Colts' 27-20 win over the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Pittman led the Colts in receptions and receiving yards while tying for the team lead in targets. The sure-handed wideout's yardage total was his second highest of the season and marked his second time eclipsing the 100-yard mark on the campaign. The 26-year-old has no fewer than eight catches in four consecutive contests going into a Week 13 road matchup against the Titans.
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Pittman recorded eight receptions on 12 targets for 84 yards in Sunday's 10-6 win over the Patriots.
As the score indicates, neither offense had much success getting the ball into the end zone, but Pittman still had a productive day. He accounted for two of the Colts' seven longest plays from scrimmage with receptions of 14 and 13 yards, helping him to his highest yardage total since Week 6. Pittman now has eight catches in three consecutive games and should remain Gardner Minshew's top target coming out of their Week 11 bye.
Pittman caught all eight of his targets for 64 yards in Sunday's 27-13 win over the Panthers.
The Colts never trailed in the game and led 20-3 at halftime, so there was little need for Gardner Minshew to air it out, but Pittman was his top option on the day and paced Indianapolis in catches, targets and receiving yards. Per Nate Atkins of The Indianapolis Star, Pittman exited the game in the second quarter to be checked for a concussion but quickly returned. The fourth-year wideout has caught at least eight passes in three of the last four games and six of nine on the season, putting him on track for the first campaign of his career with triple-digit receptions. Pittman should be productive again in Week 10 against a Patriots secondary that just gave up a combined 9-142-1 line on 15 targets to the Washington duo of Terry McLaurin and Jahan Dotson.
Pittman brought in eight of 13 targets for 40 yards and a touchdown in the Colts' 38-27 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
Pittman was in the familiar position of leading the Colts in receptions and targets, although his five yards per catch qualified as a season-low figure. Pittman also recorded his second touchdown in as many games when he found the end zone from 10 yards out in the first quarter, and he's now logged double-digit targets on five occasions thus far. Pittman should remain similarly busy in a Week 9 road battle against the Panthers.
Pittman recorded two receptions on five targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 39-38 loss to the Browns.
Pittman had limited involvement in the offense, as he matched his season-low in targets. He was held to only eight yards through 54 minutes of the contest, though he found a seam in the middle of the Cleveland secondary and broke a few tackles to record a 75-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter. Pittman entered the game with double-digit targets in four of six games, though the emergence of Josh Downs could make his volume a bit more volatile moving forward.
Pittman brought in nine of 14 targets for 109 yards in the Colts' 37-20 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday.
Pittman led the Colts pass catchers in all major receiving categories with numbers that either tied or established new season highs. The dependable fourth-year pro now has recorded at least eight catches in four of his first six games, and following Sunday's prolific output, it's clear he already has plenty of chemistry with Gardner Minshew. Pittman's next opportunity to build on his impressive start to the campaign comes in a tough home matchup versus the Browns in Week 7.
Pittman recorded five receptions on seven targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Titans.
Pittman led the Colts in targets but was overshadowed by a big performance from Josh Downs. Positively, he did manage a 27-yard catch late in the third quarter -- his third reception of at least 20 yards this season -- that helped set up a field goal to extend the team's lead. Even so, after delivering a minimum of eight catches in Indianapolis' first three games, Pittman has combined to record only six receptions for 67 yards across the last two contests.
Pittman secured one of five targets for 15 yards during Sunday's 29-23 overtime loss to the Rams.
After starting the year with three straight games with double-digit targets, the Rams kept rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson mostly in check until the fourth quarter, which left little opportunity for any Colts' receiver to produce. Despite tying for the team lead in targets, Pittman could only come down with catch, albeit one that helped lead the Colts to their second touchdown of the game. Despite the poor outing, Pittman still boasts a respectable 26-245-1 line through four games and is the clear top option in the Colts' receiving corps. The veteran wideout will look to bounce back in Week 5 against the Titans.
Pittman recorded nine catches on 11 targets for 77 yards in Sunday's 22-19 overtime win over the Ravens.
Pittman led the team in receptions and yards, while also drawing double-digit targets for the third consecutive game to begin the season. His stat line was modest given the volume, though he still accounted for long gains of 34 and 13 yards. As his stat lines have indicated to this point, Pittman doesn't have the highest upside, but he has a locked-in role in the Colts' offense and is particularly trustworthy in PPR-scoring formats.