Goedert saw no targets and played just 20 snaps in Sunday's 20-14 playoff loss to the Saints.
It was the first time Goedert was held without a catch since Week 13 and his lowest snap count since the last time he faced New Orleans in Week 11. Despite the dud, the 2018 second-round pick finished the regular season with 33 catches on 44 targets for 334 yards and four touchdowns. While he'll look to build on his promising rookie campaign, the 23-year-old's 2019 value will still largely depend on Zach Ertz's health.
Goedert caught all three of his targets for 30 total yards during Sunday's 32-30 win over Houston.
The rookie has now caught multiple passes in three consecutive games for just the second time this season. Hot and cold for much of the season, Goedert seems to be finding a more steady supporting role in recent weeks. With the playoffs on the line Sunday, Goedert gets a tough draw against a Washington pass defense that ranks in the top half of the league, one that held him catchless on three targets in Week 13.
Goedert caught both of his targets for 12 yards in Sunday night's 30-23 win over the Rams.
Goedert caught Nick Foles' first passing attempt of the game for a 10-yard gain and converted a first down with his two-yard catch on the Eagles' final drive of the first half, but he was absent from the box score after that. The rookie played 39 snaps, marking his fourth straight week with at least 31. He remains a touchdown-dependent play for Week 16's home matchup against the Texans.
Goedert corralled four of his five targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 29-23 overtime loss to the Cowboys.
With the Dallas defense successfully keying in on top tight end Zach Ertz (five catches for 38 yards on eight targets), Goedert took on a more meaningful role in the passing attack. Goedert cashed in late in the fourth quarter with a three-yard touchdown reception -- his first since Week 8 -- and nearly added another score to his ledger later in the period. After Dallas answered Goedert's touchdown with a 75-yard catch and run from Amari Cooper, the rookie appeared to tie up the game when he responded with a 75-yard score of his own with around three minutes remaining. Unfortunately, Goedert was called for pass interference on a dubious push off against Dallas safety Jeff Heath, negating the big gain. Though the penalty robbed him of a monstrous outing, Goedert's solid showing has his stock trending up for the final three weeks of the regular season.
Goedert was unable to haul in any of his three targets in Monday night's 28-13 win over Washington.
The good news is that Goedert drew at least three targets in his third consecutive game while seeing 39 snaps, his second-highest total of the season. But that makes three catch-less games in his last four. The rookie is most useful as a Zach Ertz handcuff as the fantasy playoffs are set to begin.
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