Player Outlook
Goedert is a mid-range No. 1 tight end with top-five upside who should be drafted as early as Round 8 in PPR leagues. Goedert finally shed Zach Ertz last year and then ran into some terrible touchdown luck. In 10 games without Ertz, Goedert averaged four catches and 61 yards but only scored twice in those 10 games. If he can maintain the target volume he saw at the end of 2021, he'll almost certainly be better for Fantasy purposes, but A.J. Brown could make it difficult for him to maintain that volume.

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 56 830 14.82 4 0.00 1097.3
2020 46 524 11.39 3 0.00 706.4
3y Avg. 53 654 12.34 4 0.00 876.2
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Locked in as top TE

    Goedert will enter training camp as the Eagles' starting tight end for the first time in his career, Dave Spadaro of the team's official site reports. The 2018 second-round pick was a big part of Philadelphia's offense each of his first four seasons, but most of that time was spent working as the No. 2 behind Zach Ertz in schemes that used a lot of multi-TE looks. The team finally moved on from Ertz midway through last season, right around the same time coach Nick Sirianni switched to a run-first approach. While the Eagles may shift toward a more balanced, unpredictable approach this year, a big part of the reason is offseason acquisition A.J. Brown, who also represents stiff target competition. Still, there's a chance for Goedert to break out in Year 5, with he, Brown and DeVonta Smith clearly the top three weapons for young QB Jalen Hurts.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Top receiver against Bucs

    Goedert recorded six catches on 12 targets for 92 yards in Sunday's 31-15 wild-card round loss to the Buccaneers. Goedert was one of the few Eagles who produced consistently throughout the game, and he led the team in most receiving stats. He found holes in the Tampa Bay secondary for several big plays, including catches that went for 28, 17 and 16 yards. The only thing missing from his performance was a trip to the end zone, with Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott instead tallying the team's touchdowns. Heading into 2022, Goedert figures to pair with DeVonta Smith as key members of Philadelphia's passing attack after he produced a career-high 830 receiving yards across 15 games during the 2021 campaign.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Back from COVID list

    The Eagles activated Goedert (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. Philadelphia returned all of its players on the virus list to the active roster ahead of Sunday's wild-card game in Tampa Bay, including three key skill-position players in Goedert and running backs Boston Scott and Jordan Howard. Along with Goedert, the Eagles also activated fellow tight end Jack Stoll, giving the team its top two options at the position in advance of the postseason. While Goedert and Stoll were sidelined Week 18, Tyree Jackson stepped in as the primary tight end in the Eagles' loss to Dallas, recording three receptions for 22 yards and a touchdown before exiting the contest with what was later revealed as a torn ACL. Goedert, meanwhile, was in isolation during the game and finished the regular season with 56 catches for 830 yards and four touchdowns across 15 appearances.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Still on COVID-19 list

    Goedert (illness) remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Saturday's game against the Cowboys, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports As does Jack Stoll (illness), which sets the stage for Tyree Jackson, Richard Rodgers and Noah Togiai to handle the Eagles' tight end duties Week 18. Goedert thus will look clear the NFL's COVID-19 protocols in advance of the team's postseason opener next weekend.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Officially on COVID list

    The Eagles placed Goedert (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. Goedert's placement on the list was expected after Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported earlier Monday that the tight end was one of a dozen Eagles players who were positive for the virus during the team's latest round of testing. In addition to Goedert, Jack Stoll, his top backup, also is on the COVID-19 list, temporarily leaving Tyree Jackson as the only healthy tight end on the Eagles' active roster. Goedert still will have a chance to exit the NFL's COVID-19 protocol prior to Saturday's game against the Cowboys so long as he shows diminished symptoms of the virus in the days to come.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Tests positive for virus

    Goedert is one of roughly 12 Eagles players who tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Assuming the Eagles are able to verify his positive test result, Goedert is expected to go on the reserve/COVID-19 list before the team resumes practicing Tuesday ahead of Saturday's regular-season finale against the Cowboys. Due to the NFL's updated COVID-19 return-to-play protocols that allows players who test positive to rejoin their teams in shorter periods of time, Goedert still could have a chance to suit up Saturday. The tight end has taken on a heightened role in the Philadelphia passing attack over the team's past four games, generating a 21-339-2 receiving line on 26 targets.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Gets involved again

    Goedert recorded six receptions on seven targets for 71 yards in Sunday's 20-16 win over Washington. Goedert has fluctuated between being Jalen Hurts' favorite target and hardly being a part of the offense in recent weeks. He served in the former role Sunday and led the team in targets, yards and receptions. His performance was highlighted by four gains of more than 10 yards, with the only thing missing being a trip to the end zone. If Goedert is able to tally three catches in Week 18 against Dallas, he'll set a new career high for catches in a campaign. He currently has 56 grabs on the season.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Limited to two grabs

    Goedert secured two of four targets for 28 yards in the Eagles' 34-10 win over the Giants on Sunday. Goedert's final line would have looked a lot better had he not had a 21-yard touchdown grab early in the third quarter been nullified by a holding penalty on Quez Watkins. The fourth-year tight end was coming off back-to-back 100-yard efforts, so to label his downturn Sunday as particularly disappointing, not to mention ill-timed, would be an understatement. Goedert will still have a chance to come through for fantasy managers in league championship games in a Week 17 road battle against Washington.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Explodes for 135-yard night

    Goedert brought in seven of nine targets for 135 yards in the Eagles' 27-17 win over Washington on Tuesday night. Goedert's reception, receiving yardage and target tallies were all team highs for the night and season highs for the tight end, as was his spectacular 45-yard catch early in the second quarter between two defenders. The tight end's rapport with spot starter Gardner Minshew in a Week 13 win over the Jets certainly stood out, but his chemistry with Jalen Hurts on Tuesday was even more encouraging considering that it hadn't always been evident this season. Goedert heads into a very favorable Week 16 home date against the Giants with plenty of momentum afforded by his back-to-back 100-yard efforts.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Eagles-Washington moved to Tuesday

    Goedert and the Eagles will no longer play Washington on Sunday, after the NFL officially rescheduled the matchup between the two teams for Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET. Due to ongoing COVID-19-related issues within Washington's organization, the NFL is delaying the game two days. Goedert still figures to face a defense that's missing multiple starters.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Delivers against Jets

    Goedert recorded six catches on six targets for 105 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 33-18 win over the Jets. Goedert came alive with Gardner Minshew under center, matching his highest catch total of the season. He particularly delivered early in the game by accounting for Philadelphia's first two touchdowns of the game with receptions of 36 and 25 yards. Given that the Eagles were up by two scores for much of the second half, Minshew took to the air only 10 times in the final two quarters. That limited Goedert's potential to further deliver, though he still managed top 100 yards for the first time this season. The Eagles now head into a Week 14 bye, so Jalen Hurts (ankle) has the potential to be back under center by the next time Goedert takes the field.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Does nothing with three targets

    Goedert caught one of his three targets for no yards in Sunday's 13-7 loss to the Giants. It seems the Giants' game plan in defending the passing game was centered around shutting down the Eagles' top two pass catchers in Goedert and DeVonta Smith while forcing someone else to make plays. The strategy worked to perfection, shutting the tight end down completely and limiting Smith to just 22 yards on two catches. The 26-year-old should be a good bet to bounce back against the Jets in Week 13.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Team-high yardage total in win

    Goedert brought in five of eight targets for 62 yards in the Eagles' 40-29 win over the Saints on Sunday. Goedert cleared concussion protocol earlier in the week and then proceeded to turn in another rock-solid performance, one that saw him pace Philadelphia in both receptions and receiving yards. The fourth-year pro hasn't scored since Week 4, but he does have multiple receptions in every contest and arguably is Jalen Hurts' most trusted short/intermediate target. Goedert's next opportunity to get back into the end zone will come in a Week 12 road battle against the division rival Giants.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Clears concussion protocol

    Goedert has been removed from concussion protocol and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Saints, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. It was a good Friday for Goedert, who agreed to a four-year contract extension in the morning and was cleared to play in the afternoon after practicing. He'll soon become one of the highest-paid tight ends in the league, with Philadelphia presumably banking on his receiving production to improve now that he's not losing snaps and targets to Zach Ertz. The 26-year-old Goedert has been freed for an every-down role since Ertz was traded to Arizona, but at the same time, the Eagles have become far more focused on their rushing attack, with Jalen Hurts attempting only 54 passes over the past three games. Goedert accounts for 15 of those targets (27.7 percent) despite missing the final three quarters of last week's game after a hard hit from Broncos safety Justin Simmons left him in concussion protocol. Goedert likely will be back in his every-down role Sunday against the Saints, new contract in hand and hoping to help the Eagles top a fellow NFC wild-card hopeful.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Practices in limited fashion

    Goedert (concussion) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. The limited showing amounts to progress for Goedert, who entered the NFL's concussion protocol after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit in Sunday's win over the Broncos, then missed practice Wednesday. While the extent of Goedert's practice activity Thursday isn't fully known, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer notes that the tight end was donning a helmet and did some route running and pass catching in the portion of the workout that was open to the media. Goedert won't necessarily need to practice fully Friday in order to play this weekend against New Orleans, but at the very least, he'll need to receive clearance from an independent neurologist.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Back at practice Thursday

    Goedert (concussion) returned to practice Thursday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Goedert was removed from the first half of the Eagles' Week 10 win at Denver to be evaluated for a concussion, which eventually was confirmed. He was unable to practice Wednesday, but his activity Thursday included positional drills, at the very least. Philadelphia's second injury report of the week will reveal approximately where Goedert stands in the protocol for head injuries.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Concussion confirmed

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni confirmed Goedert was placed in the NFL's concussion protocol after Sunday's 30-13 win over the Broncos, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Goedert sustained the concussion on a helmet-to-helmet hit from Denver safety Justin Simmons and was ruled out for the remainder of the contest. He finished with two receptions for 28 yards on two targets. Goedert now will have to navigate the NFL's five-step protocol for head injuries in the coming days as he looks to gain clearance for the Eagles' Week 11 matchup with the Saints.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Under evaluation for head injury

    Goedert exited Sunday's game at Denver to be checked for a head injury. Goedert took a hit to the helmet on a first-quarter catch and stayed down for a spell before walking slowly to the sideline. After a visit to the blue medical tent, he went to the locker room, where the Eagles will determine if he sustained a concussion. If he's unable to return, Goedert will finish Week 10 with two receptions (on two targets) for 28 yards. Jack Stoll and Tyree Jackson are the remaining healthy tight ends on the game-day roster.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Three grabs in loss

    Goedert caught three of six targets for 43 yards in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Chargers. While it wasn't a particularly impressive effort, Goedert still finished second on the Eagles in catches and receiving yards while tying DeVonta Smith for the team lead in targets. The tight end has caught multiple passes in every game he's played this season, a streak he'll look to extend in Week 10 against the Broncos.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Paces team in receiving

    Goedert caught six of his seven targets for 72 yards in Sunday's 44-6 win over the Lions. The Eagles hardly needed to throw in this one, and when they did, they generally stayed short. As a result, Goedert ended up seeing half of Jalen Hurts' targets. In two games since the Zach Ertz trade, the 26-year-old has caught nine of 12 targets for 142 yards. He should be among the top tight ends in the league over the rest of the year.
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