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Dec 31, 2023 5 47 23 1 10
Dec 25, 2023 7 71 21 0 7
Dec 18, 2023 4 30 18 0 3
Dec 10, 2023 4 30 15 0 3

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We're viewing Goedert as a borderline TE1 this season, worth a draft pick as early as Round 10 in redraft leagues. Goedert's skill-set in this offense should produce starter results, but injuries have impacted him each of the last two years, with his efficiency falling off a cliff in 2024. A fair expectation for Goedert in 2024 is somewhere around 10 Fantasy points per game, and if he happens to get a few more red-zone looks you could get upside beyond that. Goedert's true upside probably comes from an injury to A.J. Brown or DeVonta Smith. Without that it's hard to imagine him cracking the top five tight ends on a regular basis. Goedert is even more risky in Dynasty leagues because another injury at age 29 could sink what little value he has left.

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2023 59 592 10.03 3 1 1.00 735.2
2022 55 702 12.76 3 0.00 826.8
3y Avg. 57 708 12.42 3 0 0.00 815.8
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Catches only TD for PHI

    Goedert finished with four receptions (on six targets) for 21 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 32-9 playoff loss to the Buccaneers. Goedert caught the only touchdown pass Jalen Hurts would throw against the Buccaneers in what turned out to be a dud of a game from the Eagles. The tight end generated some fantasy value for DFS players with his postseason score, putting a nice garnish on an otherwise bland fantasy regular-season campaign (59-592-3). Goedert will look to expand on his new career high of 59 receptions in the final year of his current contract with the Eagles in the upcoming 2024 season.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Minor role in Week 18

    Goedert caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's loss to the Giants. Goedert needed only one catch to set a new career high in receptions (59), and one catch is all he got. While he'll end the year with a personal best in that category, his 592 yards represent his lowest mark since his rookie season, while his three touchdowns tied a career low. He also missed three games this season, bringing his total to 14 games missed over the last four years.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: TEs to Start

    Goedert will be my No. 1 ranked tight end this week if DeVonta Smith (ankle) is out. Goedert has come alive in the past two games with 12 catches for 118 yards and a touchdown on 15 targets, and he scored at least 14.1 PPR points in each outing, including Week 16 against the Giants. Even if Smith plays I would still start Goedert in all leagues, and the Giants have allowed four tight ends to score at least 10.4 PPR points in their past four games.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Ties career mark in receptions

    Goedert had five receptions on six targets for 47 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 35-31 loss to Cardinals. Goedert's five catches brought him up to 58 on the year, tying his previous personal best set back in 2019. The 28-year-old also caught one of Jalen Hurts' three touchdown passes Sunday, giving the tight end three receiving scores through 13 active games. Goedert's 2023 season will stand alone as his highest reception total if he can simply secure one catch in the regular-season finale against the Giants in Week 18.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Team-high seven grabs Monday

    Goedert caught seven of nine targets for 71 yards in Monday's 33-25 win over the Giants. The seven catches led the Eagles on the day as Goedert put together his best performance in three games since returning from a forearm injury. The tight end is only six receptions from setting a new career high of 59, a mark he could reach Week 17 against the Cardinals.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    In two games back following his three-game absence with a forearm injury, Goedert only has eight catches for 60 yards on 13 targets against Dallas and Seattle. We'll see how he does in Week 16 against the Giants, but this is actually a tough matchup. The Giants are No. 5 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends, and Goedert doesn't have a great history in this matchup. In his past five games against the Giants, Goedert has 17 catches for 172 yards and no touchdowns, and he's averaging just 6.8 PPR points over that span. Goedert is only worth starting in deeper leagues.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Inefficient with nine targets

    Goedert secured four of nine targets for 30 yards in the Eagles' 20-17 loss to the Seahawks on Monday night. Goedert finished with the second-most targets on the night for the Eagles yet did little with them, leading to his second straight 4-30-0 line. The veteran tight end's target total tied a season high, but Goedert has now been at 50 receiving yards or less in four straight contests heading into a Week 16 home matchup against the Giants on Christmas Day.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Quiet in Week 14 return

    Goedert (forearm) brought in all four targets for 30 yards in the Eagles' 33-13 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday night. Goedert's return from a three-game absence was a relatively quiet one on a night when Jalen Hurts threw for just 197 yards. The talented tight end finished a distant third in receiving yards and targets behind the starting wideout duo of A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, but he should have a chance to boost his production back up in a more palatable Week 15 matchup on the road against the Seahawks on Monday night, Dec, 18.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Cleared to face Dallas

    Goedert (forearm) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game at Dallas. Goedert returned to practice as a limited participant last Friday and ultimately sat out a third straight game Sunday as the Eagles fell to the 49ers, but he was then listed as a full participant in practices Wednesday through Friday this week. While he steps back into the lineup for the first time since Week 9, Goedert will likely reclaim his typical three-down role, as the forearm fracture presumably didn't have much affect on his conditioning. Moreover, the results of the upcoming game could end up being the difference between the first seed and fifth seed in the NFC playoffs, so the Eagles have plenty of incentive to give their top tight end as much work as he can handle.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Logs full practice Thursday

    Goedert (forearm) practiced fully Thursday. The Eagles held a walkthrough Wednesday, when Goedert was listed as full, so his ability to handle an entire practice one day later puts him one step closer to making his first appearance since Week 9. Aside from getting blanked on one target in the season opener, he made multiple catches from Weeks 2 through his last appearance, compiling a 38-410-2 line on 51 targets in eight games. Goedert will slot back in as Philadelphia's No. 1 tight end Sunday night in Dallas alongside the team's top two wide receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Unlikely to play

    Goedert (forearm) will not play in Week 13 against the Niners, Jay Glazer reported on Fox NFL Sunday. We'll await for the official word 90 minutes before kickoff from the Eagles, but this should come as no surprise, with Goedert being listed as doubtful coming in.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Status in doubt for Sunday

    Goedert (forearm) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's contest versus the 49ers. Goedert has made a strikingly fast recovery from a broken right forearm that he suffered Week 9 and required a subsequent surgery. After he was seen catching passes on the side Thursday, he proceeded to mix into drills Friday for the first time since sustaining the injury. Goedert was deemed a limited participant in his return to practice, but his designation of doubtful doesn't give him much of a chance to be available this weekend. Having said that, he told Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer earlier Friday that he'll meet with team doctors, coaches and trainers to see where the tight end stands, and ultimately a decision on his status will be made by the Eagles. If Goedert is inactive Sunday, Jack Stoll will continue to handle most of the TE reps for Philly.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Returns to practice

    Goedert (forearm) returned to practice Friday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. This marks Goedert's first participation of any kind since suffering a forearm fracture in the Week 9 win over Dallas. It remains to be seen if he's a full or limited participant and whether the Eagles give him a real chance to play Sunday against the 49ers.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Remains sidelined at practice

    Goedert (forearm) was held out of practice Thursday. Somewhat encouragingly, Goedert was spotted catching passes on the side during Thursday's session, per Olivia Reiner of The Philadelphia Inquirer. However, Goedert continues to sit out actual drills just three days out from Sunday's huge matchup with the 49ers. According to James Palmer of NFL Network, Goedert intended to push toward returning to action this weekend from the broken forearm that he suffered Week 9, but his lack of on-field activity so far seemingly puts him on the outside looking in. Friday's injury report may reveal Goedert's fate for Week 13 action.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Not practicing yet

    Goedert (forearm) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. Goedert has yet to practice since breaking his right forearm Week 9 and subsequently undergoing surgery to address the issue. Because of the Eagles' Week 10 bye, he's missed only two games as a result of the injury, and recent rumblings out of Philadelphia have suggested that Goedert is making an attempt to be available Sunday against the 49ers, per James Palmer of NFL Network. With one chance gone to mix into drills this week, Goedert likely will need to get back on the field Thursday and/or Friday to give himself a chance to return to action Week 13.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Pushing to play in Week 13

    Goedert (forearm) is targeting a return to the field Sunday versus the 49ers, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Goedert's potential participation in practice this week will better illuminate his chances of suiting up Week 13. The tight end hasn't played since Week 9 due to a fractured right forearm, though due to the timing of Philadelphia's Week 10 bye he's only actually missed two games so far. Palmer reports that whether or not Goedert can go versus the 49ers, the Eagles consider it realistic for him to be on the field for the Week 14 divisional matchup against the Cowboys.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Ruled out but making progress

    Goedert (forearm) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Buffalo, but he's healing quicker than initially expected and has been able to do cardio workouts, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Coach Nick Sirianni told reporters there's a reason Goedert wasn't placed on injured reserve, hinting that the tight end has a chance to return before missing four games. It'll be his second absence when the Eagles face the Bills on Sunday, leaving Jack Stoll and Albert Okwuegbunam as the healthy tight ends, with Grant Calcaterra (ankle) set to join Goedert on the inactive list.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Still not practicing

    Goedert (forearm) didn't practice Wednesday. After fracturing his right forearm Week 9 and undergoing surgery, Goedert was expected to miss multiple weeks. So far, he's sat out just one game (Week 11) due to the Eagles having a Week 10 bye, but his lack of activity Wednesday indicates another absence may be on tap Sunday versus the Bills. The Eagles likely will clear up Goedert's status for Week 12 by the time they post their final practice report Friday.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Not practicing Friday

    Goedert (forearm) isn't practicing Friday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. While not officially ruled out this week, Goedert is expected to miss multiple games after suffering a broken forearm Week 9 against the Cowboys and subsequently having surgery. A Week 10 bye worked in his favor, but the Eagles nonetheless figure to rely on Jack Stoll, Grant Calcaterra (concussion) and/or Albert Okwuegbunam at tight end this Monday against the Chiefs.
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  • Eagles' Dallas Goedert: To miss time with fractured forearm

    Goedert suffered a fractured forearm in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Cowboys and is a candidate to go on injured reserve, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Goedert exited in the second half of Sunday's win after landing on his arm at the end of a catch-and-run. The tight end will get an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of the injury, but even the most optimistic scenario at this point would likely result in him missing time. Philadelphia will be on bye in Week 10 before facing Kansas City in Week 11. Jack Stoll is the top candidate to take over the starting tight end role for the duration of Goedert's absence, with increased playing time possible for Grant Calcaterra (concussion) and Albert Okwuegbunam as well.
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