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Z. Ertz... what gives?

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I'm dumbfounded as to what's going on with this guy. I know PHIL has been a mess and littered with injuries, but I assumed that'd mean Ertz would soak up even more targets. Anyone have some insight as to WTH the issue is? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I'd have to research routes run. But my guess is that he is blocking more with the injuries to the o-line.

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Don’t have the answer, but I would have thought the same when Goedert went down. 

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In a word: ineffective.

Might have something to do with the fact that he turns 30 years old in a couple of weeks.

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He's THIRD IN THE LEAGUE in targets, with 35.  He's only caught 20 of them..

 

I took him 3.07, because M. Andrews went at 3.03 (guy i wanted..).  I've got a B-A-D feeling his horrific production might have something to do with his contract situation..

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2 minutes ago, Bills04 said:

He's THIRD IN THE LEAGUE in targets, with 35.  He's only caught 20 of them..

 

I took him 3.07, because M. Andrews went at 3.03 (guy i wanted..).  I've got a B-A-D feeling his horrific production might have something to do with his contract situation..

Mmm interesting, how does his contract situation connect to his lack of production? 

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He's obviously disgruntled. I am hoping that a trade ensues before the deadline.

Arizona would make a lot of sense.

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