The Bengals shape up as one of the most fun teams for fantasy purposes this season. An 11% target share would give Uzomah around 72 targets, and a 13% share would give him roughly 86 targets. Compare Uzomah's ADP. Analysis: Uzomah was carted off the field in the fourth quarter and never appeared to have a real chance to return, so Cincinnati's decision to rule him out isn't necessarily an indication of the severity of his injury. Uzomah was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a foot injury, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Others might agree. Uzomah caught two of three targets for 26 total yards during Sunday's 23-17 loss to Baltimore. Analysis: Uzomah was injured while making a grab in the fourth quarter, and he quickly clutched his right knee and removed his helmet. Analysis: Uzomah recorded more than 45 yards in a game just twice last season, as he mostly played second fiddle to the Tyler Eifert. Though he started this past Sunday's loss to the 49ers, Uzomah was not targeted while seeing action on 42 offensive snaps. More good news: Eifert ran a pass route on a healthy 72.5% of his snaps last seas on Taylor's offense. Uzomah’s per-game targets nearly doubled (to 4.9) when Eifert was out of the lineup over the past two seasons. Let’s assume it’s everyone ignoring the team’s wideouts and tight end. Only five offenses threw more passes last season. Analysis: After catching four passes for 66 yards in the season opener, Uzomah hasn't matched that yard total with the rest of his games combined in the ensuing nine games, with just seven catches for 51 yards since then.
The 27-year-old then had to be carted off the field. Uzomah scored for the first time this season and had four catches for 37 yards overall in the Bengals' loss to Miami. Why not grab a cheap part of the fun? Not affiliated with the National Football League (NFL). Uzomah 's 2020 Target Volume. Coach Zac Taylor said Uzomah suffered a torn Achilles and is out of the season, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. Uzomah logged four catches for 42 yards and a touchdown before leaving the field Thursday. That’s what we should have with the 2020 Bengals, who have one of the lowest projected win totals in Vegas. Uzomah turned the corner a little against Arizona's 25th-ranked pass defense and now follows with a matchup against Baltimore's 27th-rated unit. That leaves Uzomah as the presumed starter for Cincinnati. G'Town Warhawks traded: WR Parris Campbell, IND WR Diontae Johnson, PIT TE TJ Hockenson, DET TE CJ Uzomah, CIN. A week after getting four catches for 66 yards, Uzomah wasn't even targeted once in Sunday's loss to the Niners. Rank Ranker Comment; 36 : Bruce Matson, 10/12: Average 40: 44 : Jeff Haverlack, 10/13: Should be back as low end TE2 : Recent Dynasty League Trades Source: Trade Finder. Bengals TE C.J. Tyler Eifert has clearly surpassed on the priority list in the Bengals passing game. Uzomah was held without a catch for the second week in a row in Sunday's loss to the Bills. He hasn't caught a pass since as the Bengals have scored just 37 points over the past three games.
Thankfully, like every tight end profiled in this series, we don’t have to pay much to find out exactly how Uzomah might be deployed in a pass-happy offensive attack. These are the duties that Tyler Eifert is rarely asked to do.
Uzomah has never had the benefit of consistent volume, or even intermittent volume, on his side. Uzomah did not haul in his only target during Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Steelers. 4for4 Fantasy Football. Analysis: About the only hope for Uzomah is that he's on the field more often than Tyler Eifert in terms of snaps, but all too often his role is to block. Assuming the Bengals are near the top of the league in pass attempts this season, with Uzomah taking in a modest 11% of the team targets (around what Eifert saw last season), we’re talking somewhere in the range of 65-70 targets for Uzomah in 2020.
Uzomah (Achilles) has been placed on IR by the Bengals.
Find out where C.J. He probably won't put enough together to warrant fantasy consideration, but at least the catchless outings should be held at bay. Let’s assume it’s everyone ignoring the team’s wideouts and tight end. Uzomah (Cincinnati Bengals) is being drafted for the 2020 season. While Eifert's pass routes per game (22.4) were a little on the low side, when he was in the Cincy lineup, he was usually running a pass route—a key ingredient to tight end fantasy opportunity.
Analysis: Uzomah's lone missed connection with Andy Dalton was more memorable than any of his catches, as the tight end dropped what would have been a sure touchdown on a third down in close. Check his up-to-date fantasy ADP, value, fantasy outlook, news, stats, rankings, and more.
Uzomah exited Thursday's divisional match against the Browns due to an apparent knee injury, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
All rights reserved. The tight end still hasn't found the end zone this season. Uzomah was off to a strong start this season with eight catches for 87 yards and one touchdown.
Uzomah is out for the season with a torn Achilles tendon, according to Tom Withers of the Associated Press. Uzomah was utilized mostly as a blocker Week 2, and could reprise a similar role Sunday in Buffalo due to the Bengals' offensive line woes. Green, Tyler Boyd and Joe Mixon, so he's not a very dependable fantasy asset. Analysis: Uzomah continues to struggle to find his groove after a four-catch, 66-yard debut in Week 1. C.J. He'll have a shot to make a play or two downfield against a Jaguars pass defense that is 25th in the league in opponent receiving yards per catch at 12.3 and just traded away Jalen Ramsey. Uzomah done for the season with torn Achilles Bengals tight end C.J.