Hooper caught one ball for three yards Saturday in a 15-10 playoff loss to the Eagles.
The Falcons never expected Hooper to live up to the likes of Tony Gonzalez, but it's hard to say that he's lived up to expectations in two years in the league. Hooper did see a sizable increase in both targets and yards, as he finished the year with 49 receptions for 526 yards, but he was again held to only three touchdowns. Some of that is due to the fact the Falcons have a number of offensive weapons, but fantasy owners likely hoped for more this year. Hopefully, he continues to see more work and can find the end zone more frequently in 2018.
Hooper caught three balls on five targets for 15 yards in Saturday's 26-13 playoff win over the Rams.
Hooper has had between two and three receptions in each of his last seven games, so you know what to expect from him. He hasn't caught a touchdown pass in any of those games, either, so temper your expectations in the divisional round against the Eagles.
Hooper caught both of his targets for 12 yards in the 24-21 win over the Buccaneers on Monday.
Matt Ryan only completed 17 passes on the evening, so Hooper didn't get a lot of looks. He's gone five weeks without a touchdown and would be a risky option in Week 16 against the Saints.
Hooper brought in two of four targets for 23 yards in Thursday's 20-17 win over the Saints.
Hooper was once again strictly a complementary figure in the passing attack behind wideouts Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu. The second-year tight end has been quiet over the last four games, notching 10 catches for 81 yards during that stretch. That follows a three-game span in Weeks 8-10 during which Hooper had compiled 13 catches and had seen six targets apiece in each contest. He remains a hit-or-miss option week-to-week and will look to up his production against the Buccaneers in a Week 15 road tilt on Monday Night Football.
Hooper caught three balls for 21 yards in Sunday's 14-9 loss to the Vikings.
Hooper's three receptions tied him for the team lead, which speaks to how ineffective Atlanta's passing attack was on the day. Look for the passing attack to bounce back in Week 14 at home against the Saints.