Brent Celek

#87 TE / Philadelphia Eagles / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 255 lb Age: 30 College: Cincinnati Bye 8

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Records touchdown Thursday

    Celek made two catches (on four targets) for 10 yards and a touchdown during Thursday's blowout loss in Detroit. Celek was relatively quiet this season until Sam Bradford suffered a concussion and AC joint sprain in Week 10, which forced Mark Sanchez into action. Including Thursday's outing, Celek resumed his connection with Sanchez, racking up 13 catches (on 18 targets) for 223 yards and one touchdown over the past three games. With Bradford expected to return in Week 13 and Zach Ertz embroiled in the concussion protocol, the duo could be active in the Eagles' next contest on Dec. 6 at New England. If that comes to pass, Celek would almost assuredly revert to the periphery of the passing attack.

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Seven catches in losing effort

    Celek caught seven passes for 79 yards in Sunday's 45-17 loss to the Buccaneers. Celek caught 79 yards' worth of passes for the second straight week, and has turned into the Eagles' most productive pass-catching weapon in the past three games. He has

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Snags seven passes against Tampa Bay

    Celek caught seven of 10 targets for 79 yards in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay. The catch and target tallies were far and away Celek's largest of the season and, coming off of a very solid performance against Miami, the veteran tight end has now racked up 213 receiving yards in his past two games after totaling just 71 in the first eight contests of the season. Celek's larger role in Philadelphia's offense on Sunday had a lot to do with Zach Ertz leaving the game with a concussion. With Philadelphia having to turn around and play Detroit on Thanksgiving, it is hard to imagine Ertz being cleared in time. If it turns out that Ertz can't go, expect Celek to take a big chunk of Ertz's targets, which rank second on the team at over six per game.

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Season-high in yardage versus Dolphins

    Celek set new season-highs with four catches (on four targets) for 134 yards in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins. Despite finishing tied for fifth on the team in targets, the veteran was far and away Philadelphia's most productive pass catcher, thanks to a 60 yard snag in the first half. Celek had caught just seven balls heading into Sunday's contest, and he should not be counted on to replicate this type of production on a weekly basis. The Eagles will host the Buccaneers in Week 11, but Celek is nothing more than a shot in the dark for those in need of a bye week fill-in.

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Held without a target in win

    Celek wasn't targeted in Sunday's 33-27 win over the Cowboys. As expected, the rise of fellow Zach Ertz has spelled the end for Celek's productivity in head coach Chip Kelly's offense. Quarterback Sam Bradford has so many weapons at his disposal, and Ertz is a far more dynamic option when he's throwing to a tight end. Celek could still see a few red zone targets, but Ertz has solidified himself as the team's primary pass-catching option at tight end.

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Meek showing in loss

    Celek caught two passes for 11 yards in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. With fellow tight end Zach Ertz steadily forcing his way into the Eagles' passing game, Celek's role has dropped off in the last two weeks after a pair of early-season touchdowns. The veteran tight end Celek was never going to be a big piece of head coach Chip Kelly's offense, but the offense is built around equal distribution of touches, which meant Celek could still get a few scoring chances. But with Ertz looking fully healthy after his preseason injury, Celek will likely be pushed to the fringe of Kelly's offense.

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    Eagles' Brent Celek: Did not record a catch Monday

    Celek did not record a catch in Monday's 27-7 victory over the Giants. After catching touchdowns in back-to-back weeks, Celek fell back to Earth against the Giants on Monday. While the 30-year-old tight end continued to see time on the field with the Eagles focused on using multiple two-tight end sets, he was overshadowed by Zach Ertz, who managed to snag four passes for 47 yards against the Giants. To make matters worse, Monday also marked the fifth time in the last six games Ertz recorded more snaps on offense than Celek, further marginalizing his fantasy value. Celek may stumble into a few red zone opportunities as the weeks progress, but he likely will struggle to post consistent numbers unless Ertz goes down with an injury.

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    Eagles TE Brent Celek scores TD in Week 5 win over Saints

    Eagles tight end Brent Celek caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 39-17 win over the Saints. The Brent Celek renaissance continues to roll on, as the veteran tight end proves himself every bit as valuable in head coach Chip Kelly's offense as younger tight end Zach Ertz. Celek now has two touchdown passes to Ertz's zero this season, and with Kelly using more two-tight end sets in the Birds' win against New Orleans, Celek could be an intriguing option in one-tight end leagues. In any case, he's a player worth watching after touchdowns in back-to-back weeks.

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    Eagles tight end Brent Celek scores in Sunday's loss

    Eagles tight end Brent Celek caught one pass, a 10-yard touchdown in Sunday's loss to Washington. The highly-anticipated takeoff of fellow tight end Zach Ertz has been heavily delayed, allowing Celek to hang around on the periphery in the Eagles' passing game. Celek only has three catches for 16 yards this year, but he has one more touchdown than Ertz on the season. He's a very deep bench option at best, but there might be something to keeping an eye on him as the season goes on and the Eagles' passing game tries to find its feet.

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    Eagles TE Brent Celek ignored in zero-target Sunday

    It's too early to determine if the decided downward trend the career of Eagles tight end Brent Celek has taken in recent years will continue in 2015, but it's certainly looking that way. Celek was not even targeted in Week 2 against Dallas after catching just one pass for six yards in the opener. He has totaled fewer yards in every season since 2011. The veteran was a complete non-factor in the team's weak offensive performance against Dallas. With Chip Kelly's revamped offense struggling to find an identity and production early on, his Fantasy value is essentially nil.

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