Auden Tate has become a consistent part of the Bengals offense through six weeks, an offense that has spent an average of 38 minutes and 47 seconds trailing per game. If this trend continues, and the Bengals have shown nothing to say that it won’t, Andy Dalton will be passing the ball a lot. The Bengals have averaged 40.5 passing attempts per game and since Week 2, an average of 8.5 targets per game have headed Auden Tate’s way. Their upcoming opponents and their once feared defenses have been middle of the pack this season when it comes to allowing fantasy points to wide receivers (JAX 15th and LAR 21st in points allowed to WRs in 2019).
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