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  • 10/6, 8:55 pm
    • Wright caught one pass off of...

      Wright caught one pass off of two targets for 26 yards in Monday's loss to Seattle. He may feature more heavily in the offense in Week 5 as Eric Ebron is unlikely to play against Arizona, ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Wright split the seam during Detroit's ultimately unsuccessful closing drive for his first catch as a Lion and there may be more where that came from. While Ebron does not have any structural damage in his knee, he may be on the shelf for a week or two. Expect for Wright to see Ebron's share of targets in the meantime as Brandon Pettigrew, who has been hampered by a hamstring injury, is known more for his blocking than his hands.

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  • 10/6, 8:44 pm
    • Rudolph caught two passes off of...

      Rudolph caught two passes off of four targets for seven yards in Sunday's loss to Denver.

      Analysis: Rudolph is second on the team with 14 catches on 22 targets, ranking 13th among league tight ends in both categories. Rudolph has thus far failed to deliver on the promise of his 2012 season and with the Vikings apparently set on making Adrian Peterson the bread and butter of their offense again, is not being featured heavily enough to warrant a weekly start.

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  • 10/6, 8:27 pm
    • Donnell hauled in five passes off...

      Donnell hauled in five passes off of seven targets for 38 yards in Sunday's win over Buffalo.

      Analysis: Donnell ranks second on the team in both targets and receptions through the first quarter of the season. His 15 catches are the 11th most among NFL tight ends. Eli Manning has long built a strong rapport with his tight ends and the position is readily featured in Ben McAdoo's version of the West Coast Offense. Whether his role in the offense stays as prominent as it has will warrant monitoring once Victor Cruz returns to the lineup.

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  • 10/6, 8:09 pm
    • Graham caught four passes off five...

      Graham caught four passes off five targets for 29 yards in Monday's win over Detroit.

      Analysis: After almost resembling his bayou self during last week's seven-catch performance against Chicago, Graham was kept quiet Monday. Part of Graham's less-than-exciting start has to do with fewer passes to go around - after being part of an offense that ranked second in the league in pass attempts last season, he's on a squad that had thrown the 23rd-most passes through four weeks. Even when Seattle does pass the ball, Graham is not the go-to target he was in New Orleans. Graham trails Doug Baldwin in targets and catches and Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse in yards. Graham is far and away the Seahawks' most established target, so he should remain in your lineup with the hope of more games like Week 3 and fewer like Week 4.

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  • 10/6, 8:03 pm
    • Evans was on the field for...

      Evans was on the field for 73 offensive plays in Week 4 against the Panthers, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      Analysis: It was Vincent Jackson's turn to play target monster in Week 4, although Evans still saw eight balls come his direction after a Week 3 in which he received a whopping 17 looks. Evans was partially hampered by the blanket coverage of Josh Norman on certain plays against Carolina, but with the amount of time he's spent running routes the last two weeks, he clearly appears to have put his hamstring problems behind him.

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