Kendricks caught two passes for 12 yards in Thursday's loss to the Seahawks. Kendricks provided his typical modest production in Week 11 despite playing over 50 percent of the snaps for the second week in a row. More notable than Kendricks' own production was the fact that fellow tight end Jimmy Graham injured his thumb in the contest and could be forced to miss time as a result. If Graham is in fact sidelined for at least the Packers' Week 12 game against the Vikings, Kendricks -- who has operated as the No. 2 tight end all season -- would likely move into the starting lineup and pick up more snaps. Kendricks isn't as skilled of a receiver as Graham, though, so any added snaps Kendricks receives wouldn't necessarily translate to a huge uptick in targets.
Kendricks caught two passes for 24 yards in Sunday's victory over the Dolphins. The two receptions were Kendricks' first since the Packers' Week 7 bye, and the 24 yards were his second most in a game this season. He tied a season high with 35 snaps as the Packers took it a bit easy with fellow tight end Jimmy Graham and his sore knee. Kendricks is next in line should Graham be limited at all again in Week 11 with a short practice week for the Packers, but even if he plays more like he did in Week 10, he would likely continue to be counted on mainly in the blocking department.
Kendricks caught two passes for a season-high 37 yards in Monday's victory over the 49ers. Kendricks has produced 45 of his 67 receiving yards and his lone touchdown over the last two weeks, so he is contributing more than he was early on. However, he remains the Packers' backup tight end and is averaging 22 snaps per week, so his chances to make a fantasy impact remain minimal.
Kendricks caught one pass for five yards in Sunday's victory over the Bills. Kendricks made little impact on the stat sheet in Sunday's game but most notably he again worked over Marcedes Lewis as the Packers' backup tight end, playing a season-high 35 snaps to Lewis' 17.
Kendricks caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's tie with the Vikings. Kendricks operated as the Packers' backup tight end for the second time in as many weeks, playing 27 snaps to Marcedes Lewis' 14 and notching the only reception between the two. Starting tight end Jimmy Graham notched six receptions for 95 yards and will continue dominating the work at the tight end position for Green Bay.
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