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  • 10/22, 10:15 pm
    • Graham hauled in three of six...

      Graham hauled in three of six targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's defeat of the Giants.

      Analysis: It could have been an even bigger day for the athletic tight end as Graham dropped a fourth-and-goal pass that hit him right in the hands as the second quarter began. He dropped another ball in space later on, too. Nevertheless, the 30-year-old has seen at least six targets (including at least one look in the red zone) in every game this season outside of Week 2 and continues to be in the top tier at his position. Seattle takes on Houston at home in Week 8.

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  • 10/22, 9:57 pm
    • Baldwin caught nine passes on twelve...

      Baldwin caught nine passes on twelve targets for 92 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Giants.

      Analysis: Baldwin had his biggest game since injuring his groin in Week 3 against the Titans. Finally healthy coming off of a bye, the Stanford product hauled in a 32-yard pass in the first quarter, and his 22-yard TD in the third put the Seahawks ahead for good. Now that he seems to be back to his old tricks, he should continue to put up low-end WR1 numbers going forward. The seventh-year pro will try to keep the momentum going at home in Week 8 versus Houston.

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  • 10/22, 9:41 pm
    • Hightower injured his shoulder during Sunday's...

      Hightower injured his shoulder during Sunday's 23-7 victory over the Falcons.

      Analysis: Although the specifics of Hightower's injury aren't clear, this is definitely a concerning development since Hightower missed two games earlier in the season with a sprained knee. The linebacker will presumably undergo further testing in the coming days, but there's a chance his status won't be known until the Patriots release their first injury report of the week Wednesday.

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  • 10/22, 9:35 pm
    • Cooks caught four of five targets...

      Cooks caught four of five targets for 65 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 23-7 victory over the Falcons.

      Analysis: Cooks opened the scoring for the night by finding pay dirt on an 11-yard touchdown plunge off a shovel pass from QB Tom Brady in the second quarter. The diminutive receiver only saw four more looks thereafter, but on a night Brady attempted a season-low 29 passes, Cooks' target total actually tied for the third on the team, behind only Rob Gronkowski (7) and Chris Hogan (6). Since he's now finished top-three on New England in targets in five of seven games this season, it's safe to say Cooks has settled in as one of the more consistent weapons in the Patriots' passing attack. However, he could have trouble gaining separation in Week 8 against a Chargers defense that ranks fourth in the league in passing yards allowed (166.0 per game).

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  • 10/22, 9:11 pm
    • Jones caught nine of 13 targets...

      Jones caught nine of 13 targets for 99 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Patriots.

      Analysis: Jones ended the Falcons' five-quarter scoring drought by snagging a one-yard score in the fourth quarter, which marks his first touchdown of the season. Although the Falcons did little offensively outside of that touchdown pass, Jones still managed to have himself a productive evening. His target count -- which coach Dan Quinn specified as an area for improvement in the practices leading up to Sunday -- easily led the team and was the most work Jones has seen in a game since last November. Approaching the midway point of this season, the 2015 and 2016 All-Pro receiver is on pace for over 1,240 yards but only 2.6 touchdowns. Next up for him is a matchup with a Jets defense that has been league-average in defending the pass this year.

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