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Arizona Cardinals tight end Charles Clay hauled in one of his two targets for 18 yards receiving against the Cleveland Browns in Week 15.
Clay led the position in targets, but saw recently added Dan Arnold find the end zone on Kyler Murray's lone passing touchdown of Week 15. No longer a base four wide team, the Cardinals had Clay on the field for 70 percent of the snaps. Maxx Williams played 66 percent. The increased snaps are great, but Clay is simply not being targeted enough to trust in Week 16 outside of the absolute deepest tight end premium leagues.
Arizona Cardinals tight end Charles Clay saw just one target in Week 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but was able to convert it for a score.
Clay played well behind Maxx Williams who saw 53 percent of the snaps compared to just 38 percent for Clay. Clay remains off the streaming radar due to his limited snaps and usage in the passing game. Fantasy owners worried about the health of Ryan Griffin or Mark Andrews should look elsewhere.
Charles Clay received just one target in Week 11 and finished with zero catches.
Clay erupted for eight catches and 88 yards back in Week 8 but hasn't done anything since. He isn't a fantasy option right now.
Charles Clay hauled in three passes for 88 yards in the Cardinals' Week 8 loss to the Saints.
The highlight was a 47-yard reception that came via a trick play. It was a nice performance for Clay but he remains off the fantasy radar for now. The Cardinals host the Niners in Week 9.
Tight end Charles Clay saw two Week 7 targets, hauling in one for 12 yards receiving.
Clay managed more targets and yardage, despite less snaps than Maxx Williams (32-30) in Week 7. The tight end position remains an afterthought in the Cardinals offense despite their shift away from four wide receiver sets. Clay should remain well off fantasy radars moving forward.