• Marquise Brown: 8 receptions, 78 yards, 1 touchdown
• Dallas Goedert: 8 receptions, 95 yards
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- Conner played 24-of-38 snaps in the first half, dominating the rushing attempts while splitting passing opportunities.
- Eno Benjamin played eight snaps in the first half to six for Williams.
- Benjamin started the second half, with Williams playing only one snap in the half. He took every other snap in the half.
- Benjamin is worth a waiver wire addition in case either of the injuries is serious. He would be a fantasy starter next week if both players miss the game.
- Rondale Moore still played more offensive snaps than Green in 12 personnel, with an eight-to-five lead.
- Moore returned to his usual role of slot receiver, while Green played the majority of snaps in 11 personnel out wide.
- When Green needed a break, it was Andre Baccellia taking his spot out wide, rather than Moore going out wide and Dortch playing in the slot like last week.
- Dortch can be safely dropped in all formats. This was also a good sign that Moore will remain third on the depth chart even when DeAndre Hopkins returns, and playing all the time in 11 personnel.
- Moore caught seven passes for 68 yards and ran the ball twice. He is a waiver wire target.
- Arizona cut backup tight end Maxx Williams this past week, which led to fewer two-tight end sets. This is also good news for Moore.
Buy low on A.J. Brown: Brown was held to three catches for 32 yards, his worst performance for the Eagles to date.
- He had caught at least five passes for at least 65 yards in every other game this season. He’s also seen at least six targets in every game.
- Philadelphia only gets its best players involved in the offense. Just five players were targeted in this game.
- Arizona had been one of the best teams at preventing fantasy points to wide receivers.
- The Eagles have the easiest schedule for wide receivers and one of the easiest schedules in general for the rest of the season.
- Snaps include plays called back due to penalties, including offensive holding or defensive pass interference. The other three stats have these plays removed.
- Targets may differ from official NFL sources. The most likely discrepancy would be from a clear thrown-away pass, where the NFL may give the target to the nearest receiver, while this data will not.
- Carries are only on designed plays. Quarterback scrambles won’t count for the total number of carries in the game.