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1 month agoMinnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph has been close to non-existent from a fantasy football perspective so far this year, catching 6-of-8 targets for 36 scoreless yards in five games played. He has been on the field for at least 84% of offensive snaps in each game but is being asked to block on most plays as the team has shifted to a very run-heavy attack. Rudolph has seen one target in 4-of-5 games and remains an unexciting option even at a paper-thin position, but he can be used as a (very) low-end TE2 streamer in Week 6 against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Vikings will likely look to take advantage of the Eagles' shoddy secondary by utilizing the passing attack on Sunday - all you can hope for is Rudolph to get a red-zone target or two and for him to possibly come away with a touchdown.--Kyle Ringstad - RotoBaller
Source: NFL.com
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