Parham caught one of two targets for 17 yards during Sunday's 27-20 loss against the Vikings.

Parham continued to function in his role as the secondary tight end option on the team and saw 26 offensive snaps. His lone catch helped advance the ball into Minnesota territory and contributed to a touchdown drive early in the third quarter. Although Parham hasn't been a major focal point for the offense, he has been looked upon in the red zone at a very high rate (four of his 14 targets have been in the red zone), which has translated into three touchdowns on the year. Parham is only averaging 1.6 targets a game, and, barring an injury to top tight end option Jared Cook, he doesn't figure to see an increase in his workload.

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