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Nov 24, 2022 3 63 37 1 12
Nov 20, 2022 1 20 20 0 2
Nov 6, 2022 4 50 30 0 5
Oct 30, 2022 1 22 22 0 2
Oct 24, 2022 1 12 12 0 1

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2022 23 323 14.04 2 0.00
2021 50 603 12.06 9 0.00 1146.7
2020 60 613 10.22 4 0.00 856.1
3y Avg. 55 623 11.33 6 0.00 987
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Posts best yardage total of season

    Henry recorded three catches on five targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 33-26 loss to the Vikings. Henry posted a season-best yardage total and was targeted at least five times in a game for only the third time in 2022. The highlight of his performance came on a 37-yard touchdown catch, during which Henry got open down the middle of the field before weaving his way through several defenders into the end zone. He looked to be on the cusp of another touchdown one possession later, but he had a receiving score overturned after officials determined Henry didn't complete a catch.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Logs one target Sunday

    Henry, who was on the field for 53 of a possible 63 snaps on offense in Sunday's 10-3 win over the Jets, caught his only target in the contest for 20 yards, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Though Henry out-snapped Jonnu Smith (34 snaps) in the contest, it was Smith (four catches for 40 yards) who was more involved in the team's passing game Week 11. As Thursday night's game against the Vikings approaches, both of New England's tight ends profile as hit-or-miss fantasy options due to their ongoing timeshare.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Records four catches

    Henry recorded four receptions on four targets for 50 yards in Sunday's 26-3 win over the Colts. The Patriots seemed to prioritize getting their tight ends involved in Sunday's win against the Colts, as Henry and Jonnu Smith combined to see eight targets. Henry did the majority of his damage on a 30-yard catch early in the fourth quarter -- New England's longest play from scrimmage -- to help set up a field goal on the same drive. Overall, he now has three games with at least four catches and 50 yards on the campaign.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: One catch in Week 8

    Henry caught his only target for 22 yards in Sunday's 22-17 win over the Jets. Per Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, Henry logged 50 of a possible 78 snaps on offense in the contest -- as did fellow tight end Jonnu Smith -- but for the second straight game he was held to just one catch. With unsteady target volume so far this season, Henry profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option this coming Sunday against the Colts.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: One catch in Week 7

    Henry, who played 44 of a possible 52 snaps on offense in Monday's loss to the Bears, caught one of two targets for 12 yards, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Jonnu Smith logged 17 snaps while catching one of his three targets for four yards. Henry's quiet effort arrives on the heels of back-to-back four-catch outings, but with 14 receptions on 23 targets for 168 yards and one TD in seven games overall, the 27-year-old -- who scored nine TDs in 17 outings in 2021 -- provides only modest upside ahead of Sunday's game against the Jets.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Henry is worth using as a low-end starter this week against the Bears. He is playing better or late with 12 targets for eight catches, 115 yards and a touchdown in his past two games, and he scored at least nine PPR points in each outing against the Lions and Browns. It could be that he has a better connection with Bailey Zappe than Mac Jones, or that the Patriots are just starting to use him more. Either way, Henry is worth using as a streamer on Monday night.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Sleeper TEs

    Henry is worth using as a low-end starter this week against the Bears. He is playing better of late with 12 targets for eight catches, 115 yards and a touchdown in his past two games, and he scored at least nine PPR points in each outing against the Lions and Browns. It could be that he has a better connection with Bailey Zappe than Mac Jones, or that the Patriots are just starting to use him more. Either way, Henry is worth using as a streamer on Monday night.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Week 7 Streamers (TE Preview)

    Hunter Henry has been targeted on 21% of Bailey Zappe's pass attempts so far. The Patriots could be without Kendrick Bourne in Week 7 and Nelson Agholor appears to be in Bill Belichick's dog house. Henry could see another large target share in Week 7 against the Bears.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Week 7 Waiver Priority List

    Henry is starting to come alive the past two weeks with 12 targets for eight catches, 115 yards and a touchdown, and he scored at least nine PPR points in each outing against the Lions and Browns. It could be that he has a better connection with Bailey Zappe than Mac Jones, or that the Patriots are just starting to use him more. I hope it's the latter, and Henry is worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Another productive showing Sunday

    Henry brought in four of seven targets for 61 yards and a touchdown in the Patriots' 38-15 win over the Browns on Sunday. The veteran tight end followed up what had been a season-best 4-54 tally in Week 5 against the Lions with a new high-water mark in receiving yardage and his first touchdown catch of the campaign to boot. Henry got loose on a nifty 31-yard play for his score with just under six minutes to go in the third quarter, and considering he logged a career-high nine touchdowns last season, there could be more end-zone trips coming whether he works with Bailey Zappe or Mac Jones (ankle) in the Week 7 Monday night matchup versus the Bears.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Reemerges in Week 5 win

    Henry brought in four of five targets for 54 yards in the Patriots' 29-0 win over the Lions on Sunday. Henry produced season-high numbers across the board while working with rookie Bailey Zappe, who leaned on him a good amount as a security blanket. Henry has a pair of one-target games this season, but with nine looks over the last two games, his fortunes may be turning in that regard. However, Jonnu Smith's absence Sunday due to an ankle injury helped boost Henry's workload.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Catches two passes Sunday

    Henry was on the field for 49 of a possible 58 snaps on offense in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Packers, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Even with fellow tight end Jonnu Smith limited to 17 snaps due to an ankle injury, Henry caught just two of his four targets for 13 yards in the contest. If Smith is forced to miss time, Henry could see an uptick in targets during that span, but so far this season, Patriots tight ends haven't been great sources of fantasy production. Given the team's injuries at the QB position, Henry profiles as a hit-or-miss lineup option ahead of this coming Sunday's game against the Lions.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: One catch in Week 3

    Henry logged 46 of a possible 66 snaps on offense in Sunday's 37-26 loss to the Ravens, en route to catching his only target for eight yards, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Jonnu Smith, who was on the field for 32 snaps in the contest, caught all four of his targets for 25 yards. Back-to-back one-target outings don't inspire confidence with regard to Henry's Week 4 fantasy prospects, and with quarterback Mac Jones (ankle) now on the mend, Henry's upside in the coming weeks could hinge on building a rapport with veteran-signal caller Brian Hoyer.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Two catches in Week 1

    Henry logged 44 of a possible 57 snaps on offense in Sunday's 20-7 loss to the Dolphins en route to catching two of his three targets for 20 yards, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Jonnu Smith was out there for 39 snaps, catching three of his four targets for 33 yards. With the Patriots not rostering a fullback, the team figures to feature plenty of two-tight end sets this coming season. In that context, both Henry and Smith should see steady playing time, but as long as there's a timeshare in play, Henry -- who recorded a 50-603-9 stat line in 2021 -- looks like a TD-dependent fantasy option.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Two catches in preseason loss

    Henry secured both targets for 23 yards in the Patriots' 23-6 preseason loss to the Raiders on Friday night. Henry logged his first target on the Patriots' third drive and finished with a productive showing relative to playing time. The veteran tight end was a success in his first campaign in New England in 2021, recording a career-high nine touchdowns alongside a 50-603 line while playing all 17 games. Henry should be in for volume similar to last season's 75 targets, at minimum, and he could well be a primary beneficiary of Mac Jones' expected leap forward in his second season.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Back on the field

    Henry (undisclosed) returned to practice Monday, Mike Dussault of the Patriots' official site reports. Henry -- who finished the 2021 campaign with 50 catches (on 75 targets) for 603 yards and a career-high nine TDs in 17 games -- once again is in line to work in tandem with fellow tight end Jonnu Smith this coming season. While that's something that can cap Henry's target volume when both are available, the 2016 second-rounder's nose for the end zone should allow him to retain fantasy utility in most formats, so long as he can avoid missing time with injuries.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Not spotted in warmups

    Henry, who missed practice earlier this week with an undisclosed injury, wasn't present for warmups in advance of Friday's preseason contest against the Panthers, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. It appears as though Henry is in line to sit out the contest, with the Patriots having signed Jalen Wydermyer to provide the team with added tight end depth ahead of Friday's contest.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Absent Wednesday

    Henry was absent from Wednesday's practice with an undisclosed injury, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports. Henry went through a limited practice Tuesday before not being spotted at all Wednesday. The team hasn't disclosed an injury, but at this time, Henry's status for a Week 1 matchup against the Dolphins shouldn't be affected.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Good to go for training camp

    Henry, who was limited some during last month's minicamp due to an undisclosed injury, has been participating in training camp, Paul Perillo of the Patriots' official site reports. As the 2022 campaign approaches, Henry --- who finished last season with 50 catches (on 75 targets) for 603 yards and a career-high nine TDs in 17 games -- is once in line to work in tandem with fellow tight end Jonnu Smith, a context that caps Henry's volume when both are available. That said, Henry's nose for the end zone should allow him to remain a startable weekly fantasy option in most formats, so long as the 27-year-old avoids injury issues as he did during his first year with the Patriots.
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  • Patriots' Hunter Henry: Dealing with undisclosed injury

    Henry was limited during Wednesday's minicamp practice due to an undisclosed injury, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Henry and fellow tight end Dalton Keene (undisclosed) were both limited, along with Jakobi Meyers (undisclosed) and James White (hip). Cox noted that all four offensive weapons spent the majority of the session on the rehab field, but the severity of their respective injuries remains unknown.
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