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Monday, September 18, 11:24 AM
New England Patriots tight end Hunter Henry delivered huge production in Week 2, catching six passes for 52 yards and one touchdown. The 28-year-old was arguably the Patriots' most impressive playmaker during Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins. Henry now has 11 catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns this season, ranking as the overall TE2 behind only T.J. Hockenson. While it initially seemed like Henry's value was only going to decline with the addition of Mike Gesicki, that hasn't been the case. In fact, Henry's big Sunday came despite Gesicki totaling five catches and 33 yards. Even though Henry's rate of one touchdown per game isn't sustainable, he is still a steady TE1 option going forward.