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Jan 8, 2023 3 41 23 0 4
Jan 1, 2023 7 78 26 1 13
Dec 25, 2022 3 17 7 0 1
Dec 18, 2022 4 55 29 0 5
Dec 12, 2022 3 28 15 0 2

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2022 29 265 9.14 1 0.00 281.8
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Corrals all targets in finale

    McBride had three receptions on as many targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 38-13 loss to San Francisco. McBride was one of the few bright spots for the Cardinals in a forgettable season finale. The rookie tight end finishes with 29 receptions for 265 yards and a touchdown, with most of that production coming down the stretch in place of injured starter Zach Ertz (knee). The latter had major surgery to his knee in November, so McBride could continue starting for Arizona to begin the 2023 campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    McBride has the same setup in Week 18 at San Francisco that helped him be successful in Week 17 at Atlanta. DeAndre Hopkins (knee) is out and David Blough is the starting quarterback. Against the Falcons in Week 17, McBride had seven catches for 78 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets. Let's hope that type of production happens again in Week 18, and the 49ers have allowed a tight end to score at least nine PPR points in three games in a row, with two touchdowns over that span.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Sleeper TEs

    McBride has the same setup in Week 18 at San Francisco that helped him be successful in Week 17 at Atlanta. DeAndre Hopkins (knee) is out and David Blough is the starting quarterback. Against the Falcons in Week 17, McBride had seven catches for 78 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets. Let's hope that type of production happens again in Week 18, and the 49ers have allowed a tight end to score at least nine PPR points in three games in a row, with two touchdowns over that span.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Week 18 Streamers (TE Preview)

    McBride caught seven of 10 targets for 78 yards and a score in Week 17. He would be the clear No. 1 waiver wire if this wasn't his first game all season with double-digit Fantasy points.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Week 18 Waiver Priority List

    We'll see if DeAndre Hopkins (knee) plays in Week 18 at San Francisco, and Marquise Brown is reportedly dealing with an arm injury. James Conner (shin) is also banged up, and we'll see what happens with Colt McCoy if he can return in Week 18. There's a lot at play with the Cardinals this week, but McBride could be a good streamer in deeper leagues, even at San Francisco. Against the Falcons in Week 17 with Hopkins out and David Blough under center, McBride had seven catches for 78 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets. Let's hope that type of production happens again in Week 18.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: First career touchdown

    McBride recorded seven receptions on 10 targets for 78 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Falcons. McBride showed immediate rapport with David Blough and tied for the team lead in targets. He turned that into career-high marks in receptions and yards, highlighted by long gains of 26, 16 and 14 yards. In addition to the big plays, McBride hauled in his first career touchdown on a four-yard catch early in the second quarter. McBride had a slow start to his rookie season, but he now has at least three receptions in five of his last six games.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Nabs three receptions Sunday

    McBride finished with three receptions for 17 yards on four targets in Sunday's 19-16 overtime loss to the Buccaneers. The rookie tight end's target count and playing time (he logged 85 percent of the offensive snaps) didn't change much with Trace McSorley directing the offense, but McBride's efficiency trended back down along with most of Arizona's other pass catchers except for Greg Dortch (10 catches for 98 yards) while the third-string quarterback was at the helm. Colt McCoy has since cleared the NFL's concussion protocol and should take back the reins of the offense from McSorley while Kyler Murray (knee) is sidelined, but McBride is still likely to remain a highly volatile performer who will need to score a touchdown to generate a notable fantasy line.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Breaks out against Denver

    McBride recorded four receptions on five targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 24-15 loss to the Broncos. McBride has operated as Arizona's top tight end since Zach Ertz (knee) went down in Week 10, though entering Sunday's game he had yet to top 28 receiving yards in a game. However, McBride showed particularly strong rapport with Trace McSorley and managed lengthy receptions of 29 and 14 yards to account for the majority of his production. With both DeAndre Hopkins and Marquise Brown still dominating targets, McBride could see inconsistent usage to close his rookie campaign, though Sunday's performance was still encouraging.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Totals three catches Monday

    McBride recorded three catches (on six targets) for 28 yards during Monday's 27-13 loss to the Patriots. After notching three receptions total (all in Week 4) in the first eight appearances of his career, the 2022 second-round pick now has at least one catch in four consecutive games. His boost in usage coincided with Zach Ertz's season-ending injury to his left knee, and McBride has responded with a cumulative 9-50-0 line on 14 targets during the aforementioned span. McBride may be forced to work with backup quarterback Colt McCoy for the rest of the campaign after Kyler Murray left Monday's outing early due to a knee injury of his own, so while the snaps will be there for the rookie tight end to take advantage of, the play under center may not be consistent enough for him to produce.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Records career-best four receptions

    McBride tallied four catches (on four targets) for 14 yards during Monday's 38-10 defeat to the 49ers. In the Cardinals' first game without Zach Ertz due to a likely season-ending knee injury, McBride was the biggest beneficiary among the team's tight ends, earning a 76 percent snap share to Maxx Williams' 18 percent and Stephen Anderson's 10 percent. McBride also doubled up that duo in yards and targets, however minimal those totals were. Moving forward, the rookie second-round pick is set to serve as Arizona's primary tight end, and his production could become more consistent once Kyler Murray (hamstring) and not Colt McCoy or Trace McSorley is leading the offense.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Week 11 Streamers (TE Preview)

    McBride is more of a stash than a stream, just in case he can earn Zach Ertz's role. He has elite pedigree, and the Cardinals are a high volume pass offense, but the matchup is pretty terrible in Week 11.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Week 11 Waiver Priority List

    McBride should be the No. 1 tight end for the Cardinals for the rest of the season now that Zach Ertz (knee) is out. It will likely be hard for McBride to produce at a high level if the Cardinals have DeAndre Hopkins, Rondale Moore and Marquise Brown healthy, but Kyler Murray relied heavily on Ertz and could do the same with McBride. Ertz had scored at least 10 PPR points in eight of his first nine games before getting hurt last week against the Rams. McBride is worth taking a flier on for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Regular usage continues in Week 9

    McBride logged 13 of 63 offensive snaps during Sunday's 31-21 defeat to the Seahawks. Since seeing the first three targets of his career Week 4, the rookie second-round pick has received consistent offensive snaps in five games in the interim. That said, McBride hasn't been targeted during that stretch, despite earning at least a 21 percent share of the plays. Meanwhile, veteran Zach Ertz continues to dominate reps at tight end for the Cardinals with 68 targets through nine contests, a reality that makes McBride a fantasy nonentity in the middle of his first pro campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Remains active, but output lacking

    McBride logged 34 of 66 offensive snaps and 24 more plays on special teams during Thursday's 42-34 win versus the Saints. Selected in the second round of this year's draft, McBride made his pro debut Week 2 and has been a regular at tight end over the last four games, but his only tallies on offense so far occurred during a three-catch performance Week 4. He has logged time on special teams in all six appearances this season, but his first (and only) tackle in kick or punt coverage came Thursday. Considering Zach Ertz dominates snaps and targets at his position, McBride may continue his quiet ways for the foreseeable future.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Records first catches of career

    McBride reeled in all three targets for 24 yards during Sunday's 26-16 victory at Carolina. McBride was on the receiving end of quarterback Kyler Murray's first pass of the game, and by the time the clock hit 0:00, the rookie second-round pick had blown away his usage from his first two career appearances, logging 32 of 76 snaps on offense after handling five combined between Weeks 2 and 3. If his increase in playing time continues, McBride now may be the Cardinals' clear-cut No. 2 tight end behind Zach Ertz moving forward. However, considering Ertz's snap share has hovered between 82 and 93 percent over the last three contests, McBride could be a hit-or-miss option without a number of absences in the team's receiving corps.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Role to expand, but when?

    McBride's role in the Cardinals offense is expected to grow as the season goes on, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports. Coach Kliff Kingsbury said as much after Friday's practice, relaying McBride is "doing better and better." The rookie second-round pick was a healthy scratch Week 1, then logged just one offensive snap and 10 plays on special teams this past Sunday in Las Vegas. He's stuck behind top tight end Zach Ertz and a pair of veterans in Maxx Williams and Stephen Anderson, so managers may have to play the waiting game for McBride to get regular work in the offense. McBride's next chance to do so arrives Sunday afternoon against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Has quiet pro debut

    McBride notched one offensive snap and 10 plays on special teams during Sunday's 29-23 overtime victory at Las Vegas. Despite being a second-round pick, the rookie was a healthy scratch in the season opener while all of Zach Ertz, Maxx Williams and Stephen Anderson were active and saw offensive snaps. The aforementioned trio of tight ends again mixed into the offense Sunday, but McBride was active this time for a single play. He may have a steep path to regular work as long as Ertz, Williams and Anderson are available, but McBride at least has that first snap on offense behind him.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Sees first preseason action

    McBride (back) was unable to catch either of his two targets in Sunday's 24-17 preseason loss to the Ravens. McBride was dealing with a minor back injury heading into this contest, so his availability in the second week of the preseason bodes well for the rookie's status as Week 1 approaches. That's important news from a fantasy perspective, given that projected starter Zach Ertz (calf) still is without a concrete timetable to return. McBride -- who was the first tight end taken off the board in 2022 -- didn't get many opportunities to flash his skills against Baltimore, but he should get a better look in the final week of the preseason when the Cardinals take on the Titans on Saturday.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Dealing with back soreness

    McBride has missed a couple practices with a sore back, but coach Kliff Kingsbury is still hopeful to have the rookie available next Friday (Aug. 12) for the Cardinals' preseason opener against Cincinnati, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. McBride could see quite a bit of run this preseason, as he's unlikely to have a huge role once the games count, barring an injury to veteran tight end Zach Ertz. The Cardinals also have Maxx Williams, who is coming back from an ACL injury and was activated from the PUP list Thursday morning. Williams isn't likely to catch many passes, but his size and blocking advantage could get him on the field over McBride as the second tight end. It thus looks like an uphill battle to fantasy relevance for McBride, even as a second-round pick coming off a 1,000-yard season at Colorado State.
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