Cook caught three passes for 36 yards and a touchdown against the Titans on Sunday. It was the tight end's third touchdown on the season and his first since Week 1.
Cook's inconsistent performances throughout the season have opened the door for fellow tight end Lance Kendricks, who has been used as a serious red-zone target over the last several weeks. Cook will look to hold onto his No. 1 status at the position next week when he faces a Colts defense that ranks 20th in the league against the position. They only allow an average of 46.8 yards per game to opposing tight ends, but they've been extremely vulnerable to them inside the red zone.
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