Conklin had two receptions for 26 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Detroit.

Conklin's low output (a season low in targets) was probably due to Minnesota's conservative game plan that turned to the running game in the second half. However, Conklin played on 50 of the offense's 67 snaps, and went out for a pass on 26 plays, about his season average. He has a stable role in the passing offense, but his upside may be limited by a lack of targets.

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