After a three-game stretch in which he scored a touchdown each week, Kendricks has seemingly gone back into hibernation, picking up just 43 yards on seven catches over his last three games. He's seeing an average of four targets per game over his last three but he hasn't seen the red zone looks from Kellen Clemens that he saw from Sam Bradford earlier in the season.
The Week 10 match-up with the Colts is a favorable one for the tight end position as they rank just 26th in the league against them and allow an average of 51.1 yards per game. Jared Cook remains the primary tight end, but if Kendricks can poach some goal-line work again, he just might have a bit of value left in him.
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