Agholor caught just one of three targets for six yards but added a 12-yard rush in Sunday's 20-14 playoff loss to New Orleans. Agholor seemed to be over his late-season lull as he had managed at least three catches and six targets in each of his prior three games, but he was invisible in this one. Despite a fitting end to an inconsistent season, the 25-year-old nearly duplicated his breakout 2017, catching 62 of 97 passes for 736 yards and four touchdowns. With Golden Tate set to depart in free agency, it would be no surprise to see the Eagles add more wide-receiver depth, but if they stand pat for any reason, Agholor would stand to gain as the third option in the passing game behind Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz.
Agholor caught five of seven targets for 116 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 32-30 win over Houston. Agholor saved his biggest game of the season for when it mattered most, as this effort marked his only 100-yard game of the season thus far and his first touchdown since Week 2. His third-quarter score accounted for most of his yardage when Nick Foles lofted a perfectly placed ball and hit the USC product in stride with a step on his man on the way to the end zone. It is unlikely he will repeat the effort Week 17 at Washington.
Agholor caught one of two targets for eight yards in Sunday night's 30-23 victory over the Rams. Agholor played all but one offensive snap in the game but was overshadowed by Alshon Jeffery, Golden Tate and almost everyone else in the Eagles' passing attack. The 25-year-old saw his first target fall incomplete on a second-quarter deep ball but was able to corral a short pass over the middle to set up a key field goal which put the Eagles up by 10 in the third. Despite the fact Agholor starts and is on the field as much as any Eagles pass catcher, his target share and production remain too inconsistent to rely on.
Agholor caught two of three targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cowboys. On the first play after the two-minute warning, Agholor set up a game-tying touchdown with a spectacular play to tap his heels as he fell backward out of bounds on a fourth-quarter deep ball from Carson Wentz. The USC product's only other catch coincidentally came on the first Eagles' play after the two-minute warning in the first half, but that makes two games of at least 49 yards following two games of one catch and 12 yards combined. It is that inconsistency that makes Agholor very difficult to trust with one's playoff fate in fantasy, although facing the Rams secondary Week 15 should not prove as tough a test as the Cowboys.
Agholor made just one 12-yard reception in Sunday's 25-22 win over the Giants. After turning in goose eggs in the catch and target departments in a Week 11 matchup with the league's worst defense against receivers, this hardly counts as an encouraging development for Agholor, but at least he hasn't totally been forgotten in the Eagles' offense. His playing time has been cut almost in half since the first four weeks of the season, and his opportunities have all but disappeared since the Golden Tate acquisition prior to Week 10. The Eagles have another promising matchup Week 13 at home against Washington, but starting the 25-year-old holds little upside at the moment.
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