Seals-Jones compiled three receptions (on five targets) for 31 yards during Sunday's 17-3 loss to the Lions.
A breakout candidate before the season, Seals-Jones has been at the behest of below-average quarterback play. Working as the Cardinals' No. 1 tight end for much of the year, he's rarely put up more than Sunday's yardage total, doing so four times in the previous 12 games. Overall, his catch rate is merely 50 percent -- 30 receptions on 60 targets -- and he's scored just one TD in 2018, so there are plenty of more desirable TE options out there.
Seals-Jones caught one of three targets for 10 yards during Sunday's 20-17 win over Green Bay.
Seals-Jones has now been held to one catch and 10 or fewer yards in three consecutive games. The second-year pass-catcher showed some signs of potential stardom in 2017, but not much has gone right this season. He's caught more than two passes just twice since Week 2 and hasn't scored since Week 3. The Cardinals, as a whole, have struggled with new leadership and a rookie under center. Seals-Jones might still be a dynamic target in the making, but his development has certainly been arrested. Things likely won't pick up against an average Lions pass defense Sunday.
Seals-Jones recorded one catch for five yards during Sunday's 45-10 loss to the Chargers.
Seals-Jones was targeted twice during the Week 12 loss. The second-year tight end has gone for exactly five yards on one catch for the second game in a row, and has recorded less than 15 yards in four of his last five outings. Seals-Jones also has not logged a touchdown since Week 3. He'll work to bounce back against the Packers on Sunday, but is difficult to trust for fantasy purposes.
Seals-Jones managed just one catch for five yards during Sunday's 23-21 loss to Oakland.
The second-year tight end has garnered a viable volume of work (five targets per game), but he's been brutally inefficient with those opportunities in logging a catch rate of just 50 percent thus far this season. Seals-Jones is averaging fewer than 40 receiving yards per game, and carries a streak of seven straight outings without a touchdown as Arizona travels to take on the Chargers in Week 12. Los Angeles has been respectable in defending tight ends this year, allowing the 13th-fewest points per game to the position in standard scoring.
Seals-Jones hauled in five of nine targets, racking up 51 receiving yards during Sunday's 26-14 defeat to the Chiefs.
Seals-Jones had a solid outing Sunday, facing a Chiefs defense that came into Week 10 struggling mightily at containing opposing tight ends (only Tampa Bay had surrendered more yardage to the position this season). Five catches tied a season high for the former Texas A&M standout, while he pushed the 50-yard receiving mark for the third time this season. Next, he'll have a matchup against an Oakland secondary that entered the weekend allowing the third-most touchdowns to tight ends (six).
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