Henry was only able to catch passes on the sidelines today. He hasn't been able to practice all week and seems unlikely he will play. Even if Henry does play, Gates is the main tight end. The last two weeks Gates has 19 targets while Henry has only four
In the process, Van Noy logged 11 total tackles, upping his total in that department to 21 over the Patriots' first three games. Van Noy hasn't missed a snap this season and given his current heavy workload, he's worthy of IDP consideration in deeper formats.
Despite being dinged up earlier in the week, Campanaro was able to take the field Sunday and logged a season-high 15 offensive snaps. His usage continues to be on the lower end even when he's on the field, seeing a low target volume along with the occasional carry on a jet sweep. Baltimore's low-volume passing attack coupled with Campanaro's low placement on the depth chart severely diminishes his upside on a weekly basis.
With Jermaine Gresham (ribs) still questionable for Monday's game against the Cowboys, Seals-Jones will add some depth to the temporary depth to the tight end position. Regardless of whether Gresham is active or not, Seals-Jones is not expected to play much of a role in the team's offense Monday night or any time this season.
Jones was added to the active roster from the practice squad just before the game with Marlon Mack out with an injury. Jones may stay on the roster as long as Mack remains out, but could be released once he's back. He's not likely to have a large role barring more injuries.
Operating as the No. 3 runner in the absence of Dwayne Washington (quadriceps), Zenner didn't do anything to suggest he might stick in that role upon Washington's return. His only fantasy potential rests in the random event he replaces Ameer Abdullah in goal-line situations and proceeds to vulture a touchdown or two. Since that didn't happen Sunday, he had almost zero utility. Because of this limiting situation, Zenner remains firmly off the fantasy radar in anything but the deepest of leagues.
This will be the third time that the Cardinals have elected to let go of Wheeler after they signed him on Wednesday. To go along with his release, the team has promoted Ricky Seals-Jones from the practice squad.
Forbath has made all 23 field-goal attempts in his Minnesota career, but had made just 13 of 18 extra-point attempts before Sunday. Converting all four extra-point attempts should help his job security.
Through three games, Gostkowski has recorded 25 points, while making all five of his field goal attempts and hitting 10 of 11 extra points. He'll have a chance to rebound (for his fantasy owners) in Week 4, when the Patriots host the Panthers. Last season, Gostkowski was held without a field goal attempt twice in 16 games.
Smith is producing his usual tackle totals (6.3 per game), continues to rate high in pass coverage and made his first big play of the season. He should produce several more interceptions and sacks if he stays healthy.
Perriman's nightmarish start to the season continued Sunday as he went without a catch for the second consecutive week. He played just 60 percent of the offensive snaps and his lone target marked a new season-low. Baltimore's passing game has been stagnant at best this season and Perriman is clearly below the likes of Jeremy Maclin, Benjamin Watson, and Mike Wallace in the receiving pecking order and there's no guarantee that things will get turned around anytime soon.
Stephen is mostly used against the run and played just 18 snaps on defense, but he's been more active rushing the passer than in the past. Still, he's not getting enough playing time for most fantasy formats.
Allen was targeted twice Sunday, but remains without a catch through the Patriots' first three games. While it's conceivable that he may have occasional fantasy-worthy outbursts in the coming weeks, he's not a high-percentage play as long as fellow tight end Rob Gronkowski remains healthy enough to log a heavy workload.
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