After posting three straight weeks with a touchdown, Kendricks has just four catches for 30 yards over his last two games. Quarterback Sam Bradford began using him as a goal-line target, but he never looked for him beyond that and now he has to try building an on-field rapport with Kellen Clemens.
This Sunday’s game against the Titans provides the Rams tight ends with a favorable match-up as Tennessee ranks just 27th in the league against opposing tight ends and has allowed an average of 56.2 yards to them this season. While Jared Cook has better upside between the 20’s, Kendricks could become an interesting red zone target for Clemens this week.
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