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Week 9 vs. SD
Receiving: 4 / 48 / 0 on 6 targets
Casey's first grab was a career-long 33-yard snag down the seam off a play-action fake. He later added three other short receptions, as he helped Joel Dreessen fill in for the injured Owen Daniels.
Week 10 vs. JAX
Receiving: 1 / 18 / 0 on 2 targets
James Casey was targeted in the red zone on a crossing route by Schaub and he should have made the catch. The ball was a little bit higher than would be considered ideal, but Casey has the skill set to make that kind of play. Casey caught a nice corner route off play action from Schaub for 18 yards later in the game.
Week 11 vs. NYJ
Receiving: 1 / 3 / 0 on 1 targets
Casey has been mostly relegated to blocker, occasionally being used as an outlet when the coverage is too good, which is pretty much what happened on his one reception. Schaub checked down to him and took the short gain rather than throw the ball away.
Week 13 vs. PHI
Receiving: 1 / 8 / 0 on 3 targets
James Casey was bumped up to the second tight end spot once again in Week 13 with Owen Daniels out again, but most of the throws went to starter Joel Dreessen. Dreessen had eight targets, almost three times as many chances as Casey (three targets). Casey's only catch came in the third quarter where Casey slipped out from his blocking spot on third and short to catch an eight-yard pass for a first down. Casey had two short passes thrown his way late in the fourth quarter that fell incomplete. Casey has no fantasy value as long as Joel Dreessen remains in the lineup.
Week 16 vs. DEN
Receiving: 1 / 21 / 0 on 1 targets
James Casey got involved on a 21 yard screen pass in the 3rd quarter and looked good picking up his blocks down the field and showing some good speed.