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Chris Hogan addresses lack of targets in recent games

Ryan Hannable
November 19, 2018 - 5:16 pm

FOXBORO -- Despite playing 152 snaps in the last three games, Chris Hogan has only two catches on six targets, including zero catches in his last two games.

On a conference call earlier Monday, Bill Belichick didn't put too much stock in it, and then speaking at his locker later in the day neither did Hogan.

“Can’t really concern yourself with that,” Hogan said. “Don’t let any of that really consume you. I think it’s just, for me, kind of go out there and do my job the best that I can and try to show up on film as much as I can. Whenever the opportunities come my way, just be able to make the plays.”

In 10 games, Hogan has 23 receptions for 333 yards and two touchdowns.

Even though he is in a contract year, he's not concerned with the lack of production from a stats perspective.

“We just don’t have those type of players on this team,” Hogan said. “I think all the guys, skill players specifically, I think everyone on this team kind of knows their role and know they’re just going to go out there and try to do the job the best they can. When the opportunities come their way, they’re going to try to make those plays.”

Despite how things have gone to this point in the year, it seems the wide receiver is feeling positive when it comes to what is to come.

“Just continue to do my job, continue to show up on film and when the opportunities come my way, just be able to make those catches and take advantage of the opportunities,” Hogan said.

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