6'5'' / 250 lbs
Henry caught two of four targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 6-0 loss to the Chargers.
A change in starting quarterback from Mac Jones to Bailey Zappe didn't lead to an increase in production from either Henry or New England's offense as a whole. After topping 50 yards three times through Week 4, Henry hasn't reached 40 yards in a game since. The struggling tight end will try to get more involved Thursday against the Steelers.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
|1 @MIA||Outdoor 91°||4.0||34th||2.00||3.0||46.5||3||2||20||0||10.0||7.5||2.5||0%||1||0||0||10%||37%||56%||7%|
|2 @PIT||Outdoor 75°||0.0||82nd||0.00||-3.0||40.5||1||0||0||0||0.0||0.0||0.0||100%||0||0||0||3%||29%||53%||15%|
|3 BAL||Outdoor 69°||1.8||54th||1.80||2.5||44.5||1||1||8||0||8.0||7.0||1.0||0%||0||0||0||3%||31%||56%||13%|
|4 @GB||Outdoor 66°||3.3||44th||1.65||8.5||39.5||4||2||13||0||6.5||6.5||0.0||0%||0||0||0||20%||20%||74%||6%|
|5 DET||Outdoor 60°||9.4||12th||2.35||-3.0||46.5||5||4||54||0||13.5||7.3||6.3||0%||2||1||0||24%||14%||76%||7%|
|6 @CLE||Outdoor 57°||16.1||6th||4.03||3.0||42.5||7||4||61||1||15.3||8.3||7.0||0%||3||1||0||23%||21%||74%||4%|
|7 CHI||Outdoor 56°||2.2||36th||2.20||-8.5||39.5||2||1||12||0||12.0||12.0||0.0||0%||1||0||0||7%||32%||59%||7%|
|8 @NYJ||Outdoor 57°||3.2||36th||3.20||-3.0||40.5||1||1||22||0||22.0||20.0||2.0||0%||1||1||0||3%||29%||59%||6%|
|9 IND||Outdoor 78°||9.0||8th||2.25||-5.0||39.5||4||4||50||0||12.5||9.3||3.3||0%||2||1||0||14%||26%||60%||7%|
|11 NYJ||Outdoor 42°||3.0||32nd||3.00||-3.5||39.5||1||1||20||0||20.0||4.0||16.0||0%||1||1||0||4%||32%||45%||4%|
|12 @MIN||Dome 36°||15.3||6th||5.10||2.5||42.5||5||3||63||1||21.0||6.7||14.3||0%||2||2||0||14%||46%||49%||5%|
|13 BUF||Outdoor 35°||3.3||33rd||1.65||3.5||44.5||5||2||13||0||6.5||3.5||3.0||33%||0||0||0||15%||26%||64%||4%|
|14 @ARZ||Dome 54°||10.0||10th||3.33||-2.5||44.5||3||3||70||0||23.3||15.3||8.0||0%||2||2||0||9%||33%||62%||3%|
|15 @LV||Dome 53°||2.9||41st||1.45||2.5||44.5||4||2||9||0||4.5||-3.5||8.0||33%||0||0||0||13%||29%||63%||8%|
|16 CIN||Outdoor 21°||0.0||88th||0.00||3.0||41.5||0||0||0||0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0%||0||0||0||0%||0%||67%||33%|
|17 MIA||Outdoor 53°||10.2||19th||2.04||-3.0||42.5||6||5||52||0||10.4||8.0||2.4||0%||2||1||0||19%||33%||62%||5%|
|18 @BUF||Outdoor 30°||10.2||11th||1.70||8.5||42.5||7||6||42||0||7.0||5.0||2.0||0%||1||0||0||18%||39%||51%||9%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2016 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
Henry, who was on the field for 46 of a possible 68 snaps on offense in Sunday's 10-7 loss to the Giants, was not targeted in the contest, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Over his two previous games, Henry logged a combined seven catches on 11 targets, but none of the Patriots tight ends caught a pass Sunday in a contest marked by the struggles of the team's QB's. Henry will look to rebound this coming weekend against his former team (the Chargers), but given the current state of New England's offense, he looks like a hit-or-miss fantasy option in Week 13.
Henry caught three of five targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 10-6 loss to the Colts.
The Patriots' passing attack struggled badly once again, with Mac Jones getting benched in favor of Bailey Zappe for the final possession, but Henry still tied Rhamondre Stevenson for second on the team in targets behind Demario Douglas' nine. The veteran tight end has yet to reach 60 receiving yards in a game this season but has caught multiple passes in eight of 10 contests, and Henry's been reliant on TDs for any fantasy upside heading into New England's Week 11 bye.
Henry caught four of seven targets for 39 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Commanders.
In the team's first game since leading receiver Kendrick Bourne suffered a season-ending ACL tear, Henry notched his highest yardage total since Week 4 and scored his first touchdown since Week 2. The touchdown came from 14 yards out in the second quarter. Henry tied wide receivers Demario Douglas and JuJu Smith-Schuster for the team lead in targets, and the veteran tight end should remain a key part of the Patriots' passing game in Week 10 against the Colts in Frankfurt.
Henry brought in all three targets for 28 yards in the Patriots' 31-17 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.
The veteran tight end tied Kendrick Bourne (knee) for second on the Patriots in receptions while finishing third in receiving yards. Henry has, in relative terms, bounced back from a particularly rough two-game stretch in Weeks 5 and 6 during which he posted just one catch for seven yards on five targets, now having recorded a 5-55 line on six targets in the ensuing pair of contests. Nevertheless, as with the rest of the Patriots' pass catchers, his output is seemingly capped by Mac Jones' limitations under center, although he could see a larger role in a Week 9 home matchup against the Commanders if DeVante Parker (head) and Bourne are sidelined.
Henry (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports.
Henry was removed from the injury report Friday and will look to shake his recent slump Sunday in Miami. After notching at least five targets in each of New England's first four games and topping 50 yards three times over that span, Henry has just eight targets and 34 receiving yards in the last three games combined. In the Patriots' previous matchup with Miami in Week 2, Henry caught six of seven targets for 52 yards and a touchdown.
Henry (ankle) remained limited at practice Thursday.
Henry was also limited Wednesday, so unless he practices fully Friday, the tight end figures to approach Sunday's game against the Dolphins with an injury designation. Assuming he's active this weekend, Henry would continue to work in a time-share with Mike Gesicki and Pharaoh Brown, a context that has resulted in the 2016 second-rounder having caught 20 of his 31 targets for 210 yards and two TDs through seven outings.
Henry (ankle) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Henry missed practice last Wednesday and Thursday but returned to a limited session Friday and was listed as questionable ahead of Week 7 action. He ended up suiting up for Sunday's 29-25 win over the Bills and recorded 30 of a possible 60 snaps on offense, while catching two of his three targets for 27 yards. With no reported setbacks in the contest, Henry's listed limitations Wednesday could well be maintenance-related, but he'll need to practice fully by Friday in order to avoid an injury designation for this weekend's game against the Dolphins.
Henry, who was on the field for 30 of a possible 60 snaps on offense in Sunday's 29-25 win over the Bills, per Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, caught two of his three targets in the contest for 27 yards.
Henry had his ankle rolled up on during Week 6 action and headed into the game listed as questionable, but he ended up in uniform Sunday and shared TE work with Mike Gesicki (30 snaps, two catches) and with Pharaoh Brown (23 snaps, two catches). With just three catches for 34 yards over his last three outings, Henry profiles as a TD-dependent fantasy dart ahead of this coming weekend's game against the Dolphins.