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.
Goedert caught three of four targets for 33 yards in Sunday's 25-22 win over the Giants.
They were Goedert's first catches and targets since before the Eagles' Week 9 bye. In more good news, the rookie played 36 snaps after not seeing more than half that in his previous two games. Still, his playing time and production have been unstable at best of late, and nonexistent at worst. He'll try to provide more consistency at home Week 13 against Washington.
Goedert failed to bring in his lone target during Sunday's 48-7 loss to the Saints.
Goedert has now gone two consecutive games without logging a catch, and three straight games with only one target. The second-round rookie remains the clear backup to starter Zach Ertz, but his decrease in playing time makes him difficult to trust for fantasy purposes. Goedert will look to bounce back during Sunday's tilt against the Giants.
Goedert played just 18 offensive snaps and was not targeted in the passing game during Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Cowboys.
With five catches for 75 yards and two touchdowns over his past two games, Goedert seeing his fewest snaps since Week 2 comes as a surprise. For some reason though, coach Doug Pederson used mostly one tight end in the first half, and the rookie's playing time dropped proportionately. Even if the Eagles return to their more typical two-tight-end formation going forward, the 23-year-old is tough to count Week 11 at New Orleans, as he has more than two catches in just two games this season.
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