WR - PHI
This Week Outlook
Eagles wide receiver Travis Fulgham played just 11 snaps on offense on Sunday and was not targeted in the passing game.
Fulgham played the fewest snaps of any wide receiver on the Eagles on Sunday and has now gone two straight games without a catch. He has become an afterthought in the offense just a month after he was its focal point.
Eagles wide receiver Travis Fulgham did not catch either of his two targets in Sunday's loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Fulgham has really struggled over the last few weeks, and he has been losing playing time to veteran wideout Alshon Jeffery, limiting his appeal in all fantasy formats.
Eagles wide receiver Travis Fulgham caught both of his targets for just 16 yards in Monday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
After exploding onto the scene as one of the most productive wide receivers in the NFL just a month ago, Fulgham has all but disappeared from the Philadelphia offense over the last three games. Against the Giants, Browns, and Seahawks, Fulgham has just four receptions for 32 yards combined. And to make matters worse, Fulgham was splitting snaps with Alshon Jeffery on Monday night and only played approximately 50% of the offensive snaps.
Eagles wide receiver Travis Fulgham caught one of his seven targets for eight yards in Sunday's loss to the Cleveland Browns.
After exploding onto the scene in Week 4 and then producing like a legitimate WR1 for five weeks, Fulgham has just two catches on 12 targets for 16 yards over his last two games. The Eagles offense as a whole has been among the worst in the NFL, so Fulgham is not alone in his struggles in Philadelphia.
Eagles wide receiver Travis Fulgham caught one of his five targets for just eight yards in Sunday's loss to the New York Giants.
The Philadelphia offense was abysmal on Sunday, and Fulgham saw his fewest targets of the season in an ugly loss. The now-healthy Alshon Jeffery rotated into the game but was a non-factor, but Fulgham was outproduced by Richard Rodgers, Jalen Reagor, Greg Ward, Dallas Goedert, and Miles Sanders in the passing game.