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Maclin caught 9-of-10 targets for 93 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 53-20 loss at Green Bay.

Maclin was held in check in the first half, but was able to post strong numbers in garbage time, including a 20-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter. It was Maclin's second game with Mark Sanchez serving as Philadelphia's starting QB, and the results were better than last Monday, when he caught just 3-of-7 targets for 38 yards. The veteran wideout should continue to post great numbers, just keep in mind that Sanchez has a good rapport with rookie Jordan Matthews, who posted his second straight game of 100+ yards and a touchdown. Next week, Maclin will face a beatable Titans' secondary.

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Maclin caught 3-of-7 targets for 38 yards in Monday's 45-21 win over the Panthers.

Rookie Jordan Matthews did the heavy lifting in Mark Sanchez's first start, with a 7-138-2 receiving line on nine targets. While Matthews and Sanchez do seem to have good chemistry, Maclin still figures to see plenty of targets, in an up-tempo offense that isn't asking much of Riley Cooper as a receiver.

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Maclin had six catches on seven targets for 158 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Texans.

Maclin has two straight huge games after catching 12 passes on 16 targets for 187 yards and two touchdowns last Sunday against the Cardinals. He opened the scoring against the Texans by catching a 59-yard touchdown from quarterback Nick Foles, who was knocked out of the game late in the first quarter due to a shoulder injury, with backup Mark Sanchez taking over in the second. Maclin caught a 52-yard pass on Sanchez's first attempt, then put a stamp on his excellent fantasy day by catching an eight-yard touchdown from Sanchez in the fourth quarter. Head coach Chip Kelly confirmed after the game that Foles' arm was in a sling, opening up the probability that Sanchez will start in Week 10 against the Panthers, but after the way he threw the ball to Maclin on Sunday, the wideout doesn't figure to have a big downgrade in value.

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Maclin had a huge game in Sunday's loss at Arizona, catching 12-of-16 targets for a season-high 187 yards and two touchdowns.

Maclin briefly left the game with a potential concussion, but it did not prevent him from posting his best game of the season. He has been a target monster this season, seeing at least 10 looks in six of seven games. Considering that Maclin is coming off a torn ACL, it's been an impressive campaign thus far for him. It's possible that Maclin's stats would be even better, if not for the inconsistency of Nick Foles, who has been erratic at times in his first full year as Philadelphia's quarterback. Then again, Foles has a strong arm and is capable of extending plays in the pocket, allowing Maclin to roam free in the secondary. In any event, Maclin should continue to be the primary weapon in the team's passing game, and will look to stay on a roll next week against the Texans.

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Maclin briefly exited Sunday's game in Arizona, but has since returned, after clearing concussion protocol, USA Today reports.

Maclin took a short visit to the Eagles' locker room following a frightening hit Sunday, but apparently avoided any damage that would prevent him from playing. In fact, on Maclin's first play after returning to action, he caught a 12-yard pass to secure a first-down. Now at half-time, Maclin already boasts a team-high seven receptions for 93 yards and a touchdown versus the Cardinals.

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Maclin caught 2-of-3 targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 27-0 win over the Giants.

The score can't absorb all of the blame for Maclin's dud, given that Nick Foles still attempted 34 passes. Of course, even the most active receivers have days where the ball just doesn't get thrown their way, as was the case for Maclin on Sunday. He still has 60 targets through six games, having recorded at least nine in each of his first five contests of the season. Following a Week 7 bye, Maclin will face a tough Arizona secondary on the road in Week 8.

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Maclin (hamstring) had five receptions on 11 targets for 76 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's 34-28 win over St. Louis.

Maclin was having a quiet game, until he hauled in a wide-open, 24-yard touchdown late in the third quarter. Maclin continues to see most of the targets from Nick Foles, although their efficiency hasn't been great. He'll face the Giants on Sunday Night Football in Week 6.

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Maclin (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Rams.

Maclin was a full participant in practice this week, and as expected, isn't expected to be dealing with any kind of serious hamstring ailment. The 26-year-old wideout leads the Eagles in receptions (20), targets (46) and yards (353), and should remain a top priority in the passing game moving forward.

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Maclin (hamstring) is probable for Sunday's game against St. Louis.

Maclin practiced fully all week, giving reason to believe that his hamstring injury is a non-issue. As the clear go-to- target in the Philadelphia passing game, he's been a steal for fantasy owners so far in 2014. He's already seen 46 targets in four games and should remain at least a WR2 in most formats.

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Maclin (hamstring) participated fully in Wednesday's practice.

Maclin's day off Tuesday was initially deemed a rest day, but he entered the injury report this week with a hamstring concern. He was able to practice without a cap on his reps, though, which implies that he should take the field Sunday against the Rams. Nonetheless, owners should keep an eye on his status as the week rolls along in order to learn his Week 5 availability.