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Jan 7, 2024 3 34 25 1 9
Dec 31, 2023 6 48 26 0 4
Dec 24, 2023 6 31 10 0 3
Dec 17, 2023 10 102 38 0 10
Dec 3, 2023 8 89 17 1 14
Player Outlook
McBride started the final eight games of the season and struggled like most rookie tight ends do. He only averaged 30 yards per game, though he did flash in Week 17 with seven catches for 78 yards and a score. McBride was a truly elite producer in college with a rare 1,100-yard season in his final year at Colorado State. So he is a strong hold in Dynasty leagues, with the expectation he will eventually be a starter. But it will be hard to roster him in redraft leagues as long Zach Ertz is ahead of him on the depth chart. If something happens to move McBride atop the depth chart, expect him to move into our top 15.

Fantasy Stats

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2023 81 825 10.19 3 0.00 945.5
2022 29 265 9.14 1 0.00 281.8
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Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Catches third TD Sunday

    McBride had three receptions on six targets for 34 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 21-20 loss to Seattle. McBride finished his breakout fantasy campaign on a high note by catching the only touchdown Kyler Murray threw against the Seahawks on Sunday. The second-year tight end saw huge jumps in usage after Week 1 starter Zach Ertz (quadriceps) landed on season-ending IR in Week 7. McBride took advantage of the opportunity and rattled off 69 receptions, 655 yards and all three of his touchdowns over the ensuing 10 games as the No. 1 option. That is a healthy enough snapshot to get an idea of the impact McBride could have in the shallow fantasy tight end pool in 2024.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: TEs to Start

    McBride has cooled off in the past two games against the Bears and Eagles with 12 catches for 79 yards and no touchdowns on 15 targets, but he should get back on track in Week 18. Three of the past four tight ends against the Seahawks have scored at least 16.6 PPR points, and I expect Kyler Murray to have a big game against Seattle as my Start of the Week.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Top DFS Play

    McBride is the No. 2 tight end in Fantasy since Week 8. In that stretch he ranks tied for first in catches, and third in yards, despite the fact that he played with multiple QBs and had a bye. I expect him to finish the season strong and challenge to be the best tight end in Fantasy in 2024.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Grabs six catches Sunday

    McBride hauled in six of seven targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 35-31 win over the Eagles. McBride tacked on six more receptions to his season total (78) in the follow-up performance to his six-catch game against the Bears in Week 16. Even with the healthy usage, the sophomore tight end still finished with less than 50 receiving yards for the second contest in a row. Even though his production has dipped in recent weeks, McBride remains a top option at a shallow fantasy position as Arizona prepares to face Seattle to close out the regular season in Week 18.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Makes six catches in Week 16

    McBride gathered in six of eight targets for 31 yards during Sunday's 27-16 defeat at Chicago. McBride has been on a tear since quarterback Kyler Murray's season debut back in Week 10, racking up a 38-425-1 line on 45 targets over the previous five contests. That said, McBride failed to reach 40 receiving yards in a game for just the third time in the last nine outings. He'll aim to bounce back Sunday, Dec. 31 against an Eagles defense that has allowed the eighth-highest catch rate (75.3 percent) to opposing tight ends this season.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Cracks century mark Sunday

    McBride hauled in 10 of 11 targets for 102 yards in Sunday's 45-29 loss to San Francisco. McBride finished as the Cardinals' leading receiver while also notching his second 100-yard game of the season. The blossoming tight end's only missed target came on one of Kyler Murray's two interceptions in the loss to the 49ers. McBride exited Sunday's tilt in the first half with a shoulder injury and was deemed questionable to return, according to Cardinals' beat reporter Darren Urban. Fortunately for his fantasy managers, McBride was able to overcome the injury to record his second-highest receiving total in 2023. With a receiving line of 38/425/2 over his last five games, McBride should be treated as a premium option for next Sunday's matchup against the Bears.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Contrarian DFS Play

    Like Kelce, McBride has a pretty awful matchup on paper. Like Kelce, I think McBride is pretty much matchup proof as well. Earlier this year Zach Ertz scored 11.3 Fantasy points against the 49ers. McBride has Ertz's same role, but he's doing much more with it, nearly doubling Ertz in yards per route run.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Strong showing in tough conditions

    McBride recorded eight receptions on nine targets for 89 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Steelers. Arizona's offense played through rain-soaked conditions and understandably relied primarily on their run game as a result. That didn't stop McBride from turning in an excellent performance, which was highlighted by three catches of at least 15 yards as well as a five-yard touchdown reception just before halftime. In four games since Kyler Murray has returned, McBride has at least 60 receiving yards on three occasions.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Available for Sunday's game

    McBride (groin) is listed as active Sunday in Pittsburgh. After sitting out the first practice of Week 13 prep due to a groin injury, McBride capped it with back-to-back limited sessions and entered the weekend as questionable for Sunday's game. Eventually, both Adam Schefter of ESPN and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that McBride was slated to play, and his status now has been cleared up. McBride has been Kyler Murray's favorite pass catcher since the quarterback returned from his torn ACL, racking up a 20-234-0 line on 25 targets over the past three contests.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Still expected to play Sunday

    McBride (groin) is expected to suit up for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. McBride is officially listed as questionable for Week 13, but reports remain positive about his chances of suiting up Sunday. The starting tight end's status will be made official when Arizona releases its inactive list roughly 90 minutes ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Meanwhile, wideout Marquise Brown (heel) is also expected to take on Pittsburgh, and he'll likely represent McBride's primary competition for targets in the Arizona passing game.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Expected to play Sunday

    McBride (groin) is likely to play in Sunday's game against the Steelers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. McBride popped up with a groin injury that sidelined him during practice Wednesday. However, he was able to participate in a limited fashion Thursday and Friday, and it looks he's on track to suit up for his 13th game this season Sunday. McBride's ultimate availability will come down to Arizona's actives/inactives list released 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff in Pittsburgh.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Status up in air for Sunday

    McBride (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. In the same week in which the Cardinals waived veteran tight end Zach Ertz (quadriceps), McBride himself managed just two limited practices (Thursday and Friday) and now has an injury designation ahead of Week 13 action. McBride's status will be clarified about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1.00 p.m. ET kickoff, and if he's deemed active, he'll look to continue his rapport with quarterback Kyler Murray, which has amounted to 20 catches (on 25 targets) for 234 yards and no touchdowns over the last three contests.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Logs limited practice Thursday

    McBride (groin) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. McBride wasn't spotted at the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, per Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site. However, McBride eventually mixed into drills at some point, making some headway toward being available Sunday at Pittsburgh. In the end, his listing on Friday's injury report will give a sense of his odds to suit up this weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: No practice Thursday

    McBride (groin) didn't practice Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. McBride has been on a tear of late with quarterback Kyler Murray under center, hauling in 20 of 25 targets for 234 yards over the last three games. As the Cardinals make their way through Week 13 prep, McBride has yet to mix into drills and now has just one more chance to do so before the team potentially makes a ruling on his availability for Sunday's contest at Pittsburgh.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: TEs to Start

    In three games with Kyler Murray, McBride has 25 targets and two outings with at least 13 PPR points. He's the best option in the passing game for the Cardinals, and I'm still starting him even in a tough matchup with the Steelers in Week 13. Pittsburgh is No. 8 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends, but David Njoku, Dalton Schultz, Mark Andrews and Evan Engram have all scored at least 12.5 PPR points against the Steelers. McBride should follow suit, and he has top-five upside in all leagues for Week 13.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Dealing with groin issue

    McBride was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. McBride was emerging as one of Arizona's top pass catchers before Kyler Murray returned from his torn ACL in Week 10, and since then, the second-year tight end has combined for 20 catches (on 25 targets) for 234 yards over the last three games. With the groin issue keeping him off the field to begin Week 13 prep, however, McBride's status will be one to monitor closely as Sunday approaches to get a sense of his potential to suit up in Pittsburgh.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Contrarian DFS Play

    McBride has a terrible matchup against the Steelers and Kyler Murray hasn't looked great as a passer. I could not care less. McBride and Travis Kelce are the only tight ends who rank top three in both yards per route run and targets per route run. He's an elite tight end talent in an elite role and he's in play every week regardless of the matchup.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Seven catches in Week 12 loss

    McBride brought in seven of nine targets for 60 yards in the Cardinals' 37-14 loss to the Rams on Sunday. The talented tight end finished as the team leader in receptions while checking in as the runner-up in receiving yards and tied for second in targets as well. McBride's production has proven to have some staying power in the wake of Zach Ertz's quadriceps injury, with the former posting at least five receptions in four of his last five games. McBride will aim to keep up his recent stretch of play in a Week 13 interconference road battle against the Steelers.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: Top DFS Play

    I still believed McBride is underpriced at $6,100 which makes this one of the rare instances when Travis Kelce is on the main slate and I am not suggesting him in cash games. Of course, if you don't feel as comfortable with McBride, Kelce is the next best option.
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  • Cardinals' Trey McBride: TEs to Start

    McBride more than lived up to the hype in Week 10 against Atlanta with Kyler Murray back with eight catches for 131 yards on nine targets. That's now two games in his past three outings with at least 21.1 PPR points, and McBride is a must-start Fantasy tight end in all leagues heading into Week 11 against Houston since the Texans allow the most Fantasy points to opposing tight ends this year.
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