|Date of Birth||2/13/1989|
|Height, Weight||6'3", 246 lbs|
|From||Little Rock, AR|
|Drafted||2011 - Rd 6|
Clay caught one of two passes for six yards during Sunday's 23-17 loss in Baltimore.
Clay's offensive snap share increased slightly from the season opener to Week 2, going from 16 to 25 percent. The usage hasn't lent itself to production, as he has just three targets through two games. Also hurting his cause is the scheme, which includes four and occasionally receivers on most plays. As a result, Clay is trending toward being a non-entity in fantasy in 2019.
Clay caught a single pass for a five-yard gain during Sunday's 27-27 tie with the Lions.
Though atop the depth chart, Clay ended Sunday trailing backup Maxx Williams in offensive snaps, 22 to 14. Neither total was particularly impressive, nor were their combined two targets for 20 total yards. One game of the Kliff Kingsbury era is far too small a sample size to judge and the offense certainly hit its stride in the fourth quarter and overtime, but the Cardinals used four-receiver sets at an enormous clip. If that continues, Clay's value would be diluted no matter whether he plays ahead of or behind Williams.