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 the 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 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 means Agholor is very difficult to trust with one's playoff fate in fantasy, although facing the Rams' secondary in Week 15 should not prove as tough a test as the Cowboys.
Agholor caught four of eight targets for 56 yards in Monday night's 28-13 win over Washington.
After just one catch in three opportunities over his past two games, Agholor surprisingly finished second on the team in targets behind only Zach Ertz. The USC product also played 65 snaps, just one fewer than Alshon Jeffery, 29 more than Golden Tate, and the most the fourth-year vet had seen since Week 4. Still, because of his inconsistent production over the past several games and a difficult matchup at Dallas up next, fantasy owners will probably want to turn elsewhere for Week 14.
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 there is little upside in starting the 25-year-old at the moment.
Agholor was unable to catch either of his two targets in Sunday's 48-7 loss to the Saints.
Agholor was the intended target and ended up recording the tackle on a badly underthrown ball into double coverage that the Saints intercepted in the first quarter. His only other look came well into garbage time while Jordan Matthews made three catches and was the team's second-leading receiver on the day. Nevertheless, Agholor drew the start, and the USC product had seen at least four targets in every game coming into the week, so he probably won't fade completely away just yet. Relying on him at home Week 12 against the Giants will be tough, however.
Agholor caught five of seven targets for 83 yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Cowboys.
Zach Ertz's huge day overshadowed all of the Eagles wideouts, but Agholor did finish tops amongst all receivers with 83 yards. Deadline acquisition Golden Tate (two catches for 14 yards) was quiet in his debut, but he figures to have a bigger presence as he gets more familiar with his new playbook and teammates. For now, Agholor is still the starting wideout opposite Alshon Jeffery, which could be the ideal position to be in Sunday against the Saints in the event the latter draws the attention of shutdown corner Marshon Lattimore.
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