Fulgham reeled in both of his targets for 16 receiving yards during Monday's 23-17 loss to the Seahawks. The first five games of Fulgham's Eagles career yielded five consecutive outings of 55-plus receiving yards, with the second-year man also tallying four receiving scores during that span (Weeks 4 through 8). Over his past three outings, however, Fulgham's production has decreased with Carson Wentz's continued passing struggles, as well as the return to action of more established options like Dallas Goedert and Alshon Jeffery. Fulgham has accumulated just four total catches for 32 yards in three games since Week 10, going without a touchdown over 14 targets in that span. His quarterback has also not reached three passing touchdowns in a game all season, as Fulgham prepares for a Week 13 matchup against Green Bay's 15th-ranked pass defense.
Fulgham caught just one of his seven targets for eight yards in Sunday's 22-17 loss to the Browns. Fulgham led the Eagles in targets but unfortunately was held to just one catch and eight yards for the second-straight game. While the 25-year-old hasn't lost his quarterback's attention, the pair have been out of sync lately and most of the rest of the Eagles' pass catchers are healthy again, giving Carson Wentz plenty of options. Nevertheless, they'll hope to get back on track in Week 12 against a Seattle defense giving up almost 50 more yards per game to wide receivers than any other team in the league.
Fulgham caught just one of his five targets for eight yards in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Giants. It was a disappointing end to a streak of four straight games of at least 73 yards and a letdown after Fulgham reached the end zone in four of his last five. The 25-year-old had also seen at least double-digit targets in three of his last four, but Carson Wentz spread the ball around against the Giants. With Philadelphia's receiving corps now mostly healthy, Fulgham could face a continued reduction in targets going forward.
Fulgham had six receptions (seven targets) for 78 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-9 win over the Cowboys. Fulgham continued his recent run of being Carson Wentz's favorite outside target, leading all Philadelphia wideouts in receptions, yards and targets for the third week in a row. The 2019 sixth-round pick capped off a strong night with a beautiful fade route that allowed him to stay a step ahead of his defender and corral a well-placed Wentz pass for what ended up being the deciding score Sunday. Fulgham should get another opportunity to shine against the Giants following the team's upcoming bye week after DeSean Jackson (ankle) was placed on injured reserve,
Fulgham secured five of 11 targets for 73 yards in the Eagles' 22-21 win over the Giants on Thursday night. The second-year wideout retained a starting role despite the return of DeSean Jackson from a hamstring injury, and he once again finished as Carson Wentz's most frequent target. Fulgham finished second in receptions and receiving yards to tight end Richard Rodgers, and he's now logged double-digit targets in three straight games. Fulgham's role is naturally expected to lessen once the Eagles begin getting their multitude of injured pass catchers back in earnest, but a leg injury suffered by Jackson late in Thursday's game now opens up the possibility of another opening in the receiving corps even when Alshon Jeffery (foot) is ready to jump back in action. Fulgham will look to continue offering strong production in a Week 8 divisional battle against the Cowboys on Nov. 1.
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