Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert had an impressive start to the season in Week 1, but an ankle fracture suffered in the third game slowed his momentum. Goedert missed the entire month of October before returning against the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 1.
The tight end is still working himself back into the offense, but his fantasy outlook looks to be on the rebound.
Dallas Goedert Fantasy Outlook
Goedert played his highest snap percentage of the season (93%) against the New York Giants in Week 10. The tight end was able to turn 6 targets into 4 receptions for 33 yards. Fantasy managers would obviously like to see better production, but it's an incredibly positive sign that his targets are rising to the levels he saw in the first two weeks, and his snap rate shows his presence is valued within the Eagles' offense.
Goedert's standout performance came in Week 1 against the Washington Football Team when he totaled 24.1 fantasy points (PPR). The tight end was targeted 9 times, hauling in 8 receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown. In Week 2, he saw another 8 targets. Those are the kind of numbers you expect from a TE1.
Following a heavy workload in Week 10, Goedert will hopefully be a bigger factor in future games. The Eagles will face the Cleveland Browns in Week 11, who are giving up a solid 14.1 fantasy points (PPR) to tight ends this season.
Goedert showcased his production potential in Week 1. With the Browns on the schedule, and his workload appearing to rebound, he could be an intriguing TE1 option.
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