After some shocking results, like the Jets beating the Titans and
the high-scoring Vikings only posting 7 points, we are reminded
yet again of the ridiculous level of weekly fluctuation we see in
this game we play. The most challenging and important skill we can
develop is the ability to see the bigger picture in the midst of
the weekly grind, to react quickly when trends are developing and
yet not overreact to one week of data.
As we move along, I will try to point out when the data we are
seeing in a given week looks to be an anomaly, and when it looks
to be a trend. Of course this is to some degree always an educated
guess, but I will try to alert you when a data point doesn’t
require an immediate action.
Let’s dive in with a look at some important usage points
from each of the primary skill positions.
played on 95% of snaps in Week 4, since Carlos
Hyde (shoulder) was out with an injury. Donít overreact
to this, since Hyde will be back and will continue taking about
a third of the snaps when healthy. If Robinson did take over
his snaps, he could be a top weekly option, so keep watching.
(ankle) played on 69% of snaps, his lowest mark of the season.
He only received 17 touches, and was banged up late in the game.
Keep an eye on the practice reports this week; Samaje
Perine could be a nice play in Week 5 against the Packers
if Mixon canít play.
Gibson played on only 55% of snaps, his lowest of the season.
This is very concerning for those who drafted Gibson early,
and looks like it might be a trend that is going to stick around.
saw 40% of snaps and received 12 touches to Gibsonís 16. Gibson
has played fewer snaps each week (65%-61%-57%-55%), so things
are trending in the wrong direction. You likely need to continue
starting him, but I donít have any good news for you at this
What a confusing situation at running back for the Falcons!
played on 67% of snaps on Sunday and got 13 carries, but he
only went for 14 yards. Meanwhile, Cordarrelle
Patterson got 6 carries and went for 34 yards, and Wayne
Gallman got 6 carries and went for 29 yards. Clearly it
seems Davis is ineffective, but he continues to play a high
percentage of snaps. Patterson played on only 30% of snaps and
Gallman on 13% but Patterson got 12 opportunities to Davisí
15, and scored three receiving touchdowns! Pattersonís production
through four weeks, while never playing more than 42% of snaps,
is truly baffling. I do not think it will continue, but he has
been proving me wrong so far. If you roster either player, keep
them and see what develops.
played on 57% of snaps for the Texans on Sunday. That is the
only positive thing I can say for the Texans Ė perhaps they
are starting to figure out they should use him more than Mark
Ingram. Still, he only got 9 opportunities on a terrible
team, so you donít want to pick him up.
Singletary in snaps on Sunday, playing 8 more snaps (56%
to 44%) but itís still a fairly even split. They each had 14
carries and 1 target. Moss had fewer yards but scored the TD.
Either can be used weekly, but just know that their upside will
likely remain capped due to the timeshare.
Swift saw his highest snap share of the season on Sunday,
playing on 73% of snaps. Jamaal
Williams played on 30%. However, they both saw 14 opportunities.
Six of those opportunities were targets for Swift, adding value,
but he needs to see a higher percentage of the teamís carries
to become a weekly top scorer among running backs. He saw only
8 carries while Williams saw 14 in Week 4.
Elliott played on 75% of snaps in Week 4 and got 20 carries,
Pollard played on 30% and got 10 carries. Both were effective.
Elliott needs to be started every week, and Pollard is a decent
flex play depending on the matchup.
returned to action in Week 4 and played on 31% of snaps. Nyheim
Hines also played on 31%, and Jonathan
Taylor on 51%. This does not bode well for any of them moving
forward, but at least Taylor had a nice game, rushing for 103
yards on only 16 carries, and also scoring. He also caught all
three of his targets for 11 yards. If the Colts ever give him
70%+ of snaps, he could become one of the top-producing backs
but it doesnít look like that is going to pan out anytime soon.
Hines, meanwhile, got only 2 carries and 2 targets, right
when it was looking like he could be a good weekly option in
PPR leagues. I would play Taylor if I have him, and only consider
Hines in a pinch, due to sporadic usage.
played on more snaps than Nick
Chubb on Sunday, despite a close game throughout. Hunt played
on 53% of snaps to Chubbís 47%. Chubb did get more opportunities
(22 to 18), but this is a very equal timeshare. If I have either
on rosters, Iím starting them weekly on this run-first team.
was still hurting on Sunday, as his snaps were limited to 49%.
Mattison played on 34%. Mattison had one more carry than
Cook, but Cook got 6 targets (2-10). The Vikings struggled on
offense, but it is likely that Cook will return to better fantasy
outputs once he is fully healed.
played on 87% of snaps, his highest mark of the season, and
logged 26 carries, a very high number for him. He went for 120
yards but was not able to score. Amazingly, he was not targeted
in the passing game, which I donít remember ever happening before.
seems to be severely limiting the explosiveness of this offense.
Henry played on 59% of snaps and still got 33 carries, which
he took for over 150 yards and a score. Backup Jeremy
McNichols played on 40% and only got 1 carry, but he led
the team in targets with 12, and caught 8 for 74 yards. Itís
unclear if Darrynton
Evans will regain the No. 2 role when healthy, but for now,
McNichols is a back to watch Ė particularly if A.J. Brown and
Julio Jones remain sidelined for longer.
Carter eclipsed 50% of snaps for the Jets for the first
time, playing on 51%. He had 13 carries far more than Tevin
Coleman (4) and Ty
Johnson (3). This is very promising, but temper your expectations
since the Jets have struggled terribly to run the ball. He finished
with 13 carries for 38 yards and a score. I recommend stashing
him on your bench in any leagues where he is available.
It was a frustrating day for those who roster Clyde
Edwards-Helaire, despite the solid production. He played
on only 52% of snaps, while Darrel
Williams played on 36%. He got 14 carries to Williamsí 10,
and Williams got the rushing score. He got 3 targets to Williamsí
2. This was CEHís lowest snap share of the season (72%-65%-62%-52%),
and it is concerning. It is tough to put up good numbers like
he did on Sunday on only 16 touches. Darrell Williams needs
to be rostered everywhere, in case this split continues.
It was even more frustrating for those who roster Miles
Sanders. It got so bad on Sunday that Eagles fans literally
starting chanting ďRun the ball! Run the ball!Ē The coach actually
listened, but handed it off to Kenneth
Gainwell for the score, not Sanders. Sanders finished with
7 carries, a week after finishing with 2 carries. Sanders is
a talented back, but the coaches simply do not seem to trust
him. Gainwellís share in the offense keeps growing, and he got
11 opportunities on Sunday to Sandersí 10. Sanders played more
snaps (64% to 39%), but that doesnít matter if he is not getting
opportunities. Iíd recommend benching Sanders until his workload
increases. Gainwell is worth an add if he is on your wire.
again took both the rushing scores for the Cardinals, but Chase
Edmonds played on 67% of snaps to Connerís 42%. Edmonds
rushed 12 times for 120 yards, and also caught 4 of 5 targets
for 19 yards. Conner got 18 carries (50 yards) and caught both
of his targets for 16 yards. This is a equal timeshare. If you
have either back, you can start them, just know the production
will vary from game to game since they are sharing work.
Henderson played on 90% of snaps on Sunday, relegating Sony
Michel back to the bench. Henderson rushed 14 times for
89 yards, an excellent line, and also caught 5 of 6 targets
for 27 yards. Michel might have been benched due to an early
fumble, but if this usage continues Henderson will be a top
fantasy running back.
It was a very concerning game for those who roster Chris
Carson. He played on only 45% of snaps and got 14 touches,
Collins played on 39% and got 12 touches. Further, Collins
was more effective, going for 78 yards and a score. Carson only
went for 31 yards. This may be a sign of a shift. I recommend
picking up Collins everywhere, in case Pete Carroll decides
to make him the starter or at least keep it an equal timeshare.
was very effective on Sunday, playing on 51% of snaps and carrying
it 19 times for 89 yards. He did not have a target. We have
absolutely no idea if Sermon, Elijah
Mitchell, or some other back will lead the way for the 49ers
going forward, so be very cautious.
Williams was a healthy inactive for Week 4, which is baffling.
The Ravens chose to go with the old guys this week. Williams
can be dropped unless you are in a very deep league. None of
the other backs are worth rostering except for Latavius
Murray. He played on 62% of snaps and finished with 18 carries
for 59 yards and a score.
For the first time this season, Javonte
Williams played on more snaps than Melvin
Gordon (51% to 49%). Still, it remained an equal timeshare.
I will avoid starting either unless they are against a poor
defense, even though both have been effective.
saw his snap share fall in Week 4 to 62%. He got 15 carries
(48 yards), but AJ
Dillon also got 15 carries and went for 81 yards. Dillon
also had a 16-yard reception. Jones got more targets (4) and
went 3-51, but it was concerning that they so equally shared
the work (Dillon was in on 40% of snaps). You have to play Jones
weekly no matter what at this point, but watch how this shakes
out carefully over the next week or two. For those who roster
Dillon, if this continues you might finally be able to start
him as a Flex option.
Harris played the most snaps among the Patriots running
backs (61%), but they barely rushed the ball (likely due to
the imposing Bucs front). It looks like he will remain the starter
for now, but keep an eye on Rhamondre
Stevenson. He is getting the Belichick rookie treatment,
but once he is active I could see him getting a lot of snaps.
returned to his normal role in Week 4, playing on 63% of snaps.
played on 35% and Peyton
Barber on only 1 snap. Jacobs got 13 carries and a surprising
5 targets. He caught all of his targets and went for 57 total
yards. Those arenít the numbers you want, but it was encouraging
to see him healthy and the primary option again.
Ekeler played on 60% of snaps and looked great on Monday
night, finishing with 18 touches, 145 total yards, and two scores.
When Ekeler was injured for a bit, Justin
Jackson did appear to be his direct back up. He came in
and got 3 carries and 4 targets until Ekeler returned, at which
point Jackson returned to the bench. However, Larry Rountree
III appears to have a consistent role in the offense as the
ďthunderĒ piece, regardless of whether Ekeler is in the game
or not. He finished with 29% of snaps and got 11 carries. Neither
player will produce much unless Ekeler is injured, but both
are worth holding if you have the roster space.
Laviska Shenault played on 75% of snaps, which is
what he has been averaging this season. But he saw a big jump
up in his target share (29%) in Week 4. This is likely due to
D.J. Chark (ankle) going down, and is sounds like Chark is done
for the year. In addition, Shenault saw his average depth of
target jump. His fantasy stock is on the rise.
Marvin Jones played on 93% of snaps but saw only
3 targets, even with Chark leaving in the first quarter. He
is on the field almost every snap and has a nice rapport with
Lawrence, so donít make too much of this down week.
Higgins out, JaíMarr
Chase and Tyler
Boyd were peppered with targets. Chase saw 9 and Boyd saw
11 (a 28% and 34% target share). Those numbers will come down
once Higgins is healthy, but Chase is a must-play and Boyd is
a solid weekly option.
Terry McLaurin got a 39% target share on Sunday,
finishing with 6-123-2 on 13 targets. That is all.
In his return, Curtis Samuel received 4 targets and
caught them all for 19 yards. It wasnít much on the
stat sheet, but it was a positive start. He is an excellent
addition this week, and will gain more targets as we move
Calvin Ridley played on 96% of snaps and got 13 targets
(a 31% target share). Yet he continues to miss the end zone,
and caught only 7 for 80 yards. His day is likely going to
come, but he remains a frustrating player to roster on a bad
Stefon Diggs led the Billsí receivers in snaps
in Week 4, and also led in the other categories, finishing
with 7-114 on 10 targets. He hasnít scored like he did
last season, but that is not a trend that will stick. He is
a great player to target in trades in case a manager is getting
annoyed with his production.
Emmanuel Sanders was again second among the Billsí
receivers in snaps, and got 6 targets (21% target share).
He finished with 5-74 and is a nice weekly option.
Quintez Cephus led Detroit receivers in snap share, with
87%. He had 5 targets and finished 4-83. Amon-Ra St. Brown played
72% of snaps and got 8 targets (21% target share). He finished
with 6 catches for 70 yards. The Lions are likely to trail weekly,
so for now these are the two top options in the passing game,
despite Khalif Raymond catching both touchdowns (3-46-2).
Darnell Mooney played on 71% of snaps for the Bears,
while Allen Robinson played on 69%. Mooney finished with 7
targets (41% target share) while Robinson finished with 3
(18%). Neither will have very high value until the Bears throw
more than 17 passes in a game, but itís worth noting
that Mooney was Fieldsí go-to receiver. He finished
with 5 catches for 125 yards, and Robinson caught all three
targets for 63 yards. Watch carefully to see how things change
when Andy Dalton returns, if he indeed does get the starting
job back. For now, I am avoiding both where I can, until I
see the Bears air it out more.
D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson both played on 84% of snaps
in Week 4. Moore grabbed the headlines since he caught 8 of
12 targets for 113 yards and two scores. But the Panthers did
make an effort to get Anderson more involved as well, and he
finished with 11 targets (28% target share). He caught only
5 for 46 yards, but this is a shift to keep an eye on.
Amari Cooper led the team in receiving yards, but
he played on only 48% of snaps due to tweaking his hamstring
during the game. He returned and caught a 35-yard touchdown,
so he should continue to play. He has been battling injuries
most of the season but has remained productive. Keep an eye
on practice reports this week.
The Cowboys didnít have to throw it much to
beat the Panthers, but it is still concerning that CeeDee Lamb only caught 2 of 5 targets for 13 yards. Still, he played
on 80% of snaps and should be started weekly.
DeVante Parker had a nice game in Week 4, finishing
with 4 receptions on 9 targets for 77 yards and a score. It
does not look like Will Fuller (finger) will be taking over
in this passing game. Parker played on 90% of snaps, while
Fuller played on only 27%. Jaylen Waddle played on 79%, so
he looks to be the second receiver for the team.
Odell Beckham Jr. played on 79% of snaps and saw
7 targets (21% target share). However, he caught only 2 for
27 yards. Baker Mayfield was not sharp and Beckham looked
good overall. Mayfield will need to improve for Beckham to
have serious upside.
It was a breakout day for Kadarius Toney. He played
on 78% of snaps, after logging 66% in Week 3. He led the team
in targets with 9, good for a 23% target share. He caught
6 for 78 yards, and looked dynamic. He is a must add in all
leagues this week.
Marquez Callaway played on 82% of snaps and led the
team in receiving yards with 74, but he only got 2 targets!
This is an offense to avoid completely if possible, except
for Kamara. It will be interesting to see if anything changes
when Michael Thomas returns.
Jamison Crowder had a big week for the Jets, playing on 62%
of snaps and leading the team in targets with 9 (a 26% target
share). He caught 7 for 61 yards and a score. The injury to
Elijah Moore (concussion) might have cost him a chance at a
significant workload for now, as Crowder showed he can still
be effective and certainly helped Zach Wilson play more effectively
in this game.
Tyreek Hill exploded after a couple of slow weeks,
catching 11 of 12 targets for 186 yards and three touchdowns
Ė on 81% of snaps. This sort of game is always possible
with Hill and itís why you never bench him, ever. One
thing to watch is the impact Josh Gordon will have on Hillís
production once he starts playing. Keep an eye on the targets
and snaps once Gordon is up to speed.
DeVonta Smith looked the part of a stud No.1 receiver
on Sunday. He caught 7 of 10 targets for 122 yards on 92%
of snaps, and had a long touchdown reception taken off the
board due to stepping out of bounds prior to the catch. Jalen
Hurts looks like he is improving, which should only help Smithís
A.J. Green led the Cardinals in receiving, catching
5 of 6 targets for 67 yards and a score. He seems to be connecting
well with Kyler Murray and can be started if you are hurting
at receiver. He played on 86% of snaps, but know that most
of his yardage came on a 41-yard touchdown reception, so any
given week he may not produce much since there are so many
receiving weapons on this offense.
Christian Kirk played on 72% of snaps but only saw
1 target, and Rondale Moore got 3 targets but only played
on 42%. Both need to be benched or released, depending on
your league size, until they get more weekly involvement in
Cooper Kupp had 13 targets on Sunday, a 32% target
share. The Cardinals defense did a great job on him, and he
caught only 5 of those targets for 64 yards. Robert Woods
saw 6 targets and caught 4 for 48 yards and a score, so he
had his best fantasy production of the season despite not
doing much. They both played on 96% of snaps. It looks like
Kupp will remain the superior play for the rest of the season,
as he has been more targeted in four straight games. Van Jefferson
also saw 6 targets on 68% of snaps. He caught all 6 for 90
yards and a score.
Russell Wilson threw only 23 passes in the win on
Sunday. Tyler Lockett saw only 5 of those passes come his
way, but thatís a 22% target share. He finished 4-24,
a dud that was hard to recover from. I am going to move away
from starting Lockett in matchups where I think Seattle will
control the game, since they prefer to play slow on offense.
After the switch to Trey Lance we saw more of the
same hyper-targeting of Deebo Samuel in Week 4. He finished
with 8 catches for 156 yards and two scores, on 89% of snaps.
Meanwhile, Brandon Aiyuk got only 3 targets on 67% of snaps,
catching 1 for 15 yards. Donít get cute: start Samuel
and bench Aiyuk, unless you are completely out of other options.
Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick played on almost
every snap together. Sutton received 8 targets and Patrick
6, but both only caught 3 balls. It was tough sledding against
the Ravens defense, especially when Bridgewater left with
a concussion, but both are solid weekly options.
Despite playing on 95% of snaps and getting 8 targets,
JuJu Smith-Schuster only caught 2 for 11 yards. He looks bad,
as does Ben Roethlisberger. The only Steelers Iíd consider
starting right now are Najee Harris and Diontae Johnson. Johnson
played on 92% of snaps but got 13 targets, catching 9 for
92 yards and a score.
Mike Evans and Antonio Brown dominated targets in
Week 4 for the Buccaneers, getting 12 and 11 targets, respectively.
Chris Godwin was down at 5 targets. However, Godwin was in
on the most snaps, 94%, while Brown was in on only 51%. It
is likely that the Patriots schemed to take Godwin away, since
Belichick loves to do that. Donít overreact to this
Jakobi Meyers again led the way for the Patriotsí
receivers, getting 12 of Mac Jonesí 40 targets (30%
target share). He finished 8-70, and also completed two passes
for 45 yards. Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor both received
5 targets and played over 60% of snaps. They looked effective,
so both can be picked up if you are in need of receiver help.
Bryan Edwards played on 89% of snaps, but just isnít
a player Derek Carr is looking toward. He got 4 targets but
most were not catchable. He only caught 1 ball for 4 yards.
Henry Ruggs III played on 81% and got 6 targets, but unless
Carr hits him on a deep ball, there likely wonít be
much production there either. Hunter Renfrow has been the
most consistent option and led the team in targets with 8,
finishing 6-45-1. I would avoid all three unless you are desperate
or in a very deep league.
It was a strange game for the two primary Chargers
receivers. Both Keenan Allen and Mike Williams played over
85% of snaps, but Williams caught only 1 of 4 targets for
11 yards, while Allen caught 7 of 11 targets for only 36 yards.
Both are still weekly starts.
Dan Arnold, with the Jaguars only a couple days when
Thursday night came around, still played on 32% of snaps. Look
for that number to jump up significantly in Week 5 and makes
a nice pick-up this week. He also led Jacksonville tight ends
in targets, catching both for 29 yards. Arnold should jump right
into the mix for targets in Jacksonville, both because Lawrence
seems to like throwing to tight ends and because Chark (ankle)
C.J. Uzomah will be another very popular addition
this week, after playing on 83% of snaps and receiving 6 targets
(a 19% target share). He caught 5 for 95 yards and two touchdowns.
That sort of production is likely not going to happen again
this season, but he can certainly be a useful option moving
forward. Donít break the bank on him, as the Bengals
will focus their targets on their three receivers, but he
is a fine addition if you need a tight end who has upside
and will be on the field often.
Logan Thomas (hamstring) was injured early in Sundayís
game and ended up playing only 5 snaps. Ricky Seals-Jones
replaced him and got 4 targets (2-19) on 93% of snaps. It
is unknown if Thomas will play in Week 5, but typically players
sit for a week or two after a hamstring injury. Seals-Jones
is an option to add for those desperate at the postion, but
he is not a longer-term option.
Kyle Pitts played on 72% of snaps and got 9 targets,
a 21% target share. But he caught only 4 for 50 yards. The
targets are a positive, and think you need to keep him in
your lineups weekly. The touchdowns are likely coming.
Dawson Knox finished with 5 receptions for 37 yards
and two scores, on 8 targets (a 28% target share). This is
his second consecutive week scoring, and third consecutive
week playing over 78% of snaps. He is difficult to trust with
so many receiving weapons on the team, but as I said last
week, you can do much worse than an athletic young tight end
playing most of the snaps on a great offense.
Yet again Cole Kmet played basically every snap,
and yet again he did almost nothing (1-6 on 3 targets). He
needs to remain on your bench until the Bears offense improves
and throws more often.
Dalton Schultz appears to be here to stay. He led
the team in targets with 8 in Week 4, a ridiculous 36% target
share. He scored again as well. He played on 79% of snaps,
his highest percentage of the season, and is a must-start
in every league.
Mo Alie-Cox not only scored two touchdowns on Sunday,
but he saw his snap share jump up to 69%, after a previous
high of 51% in Week 1. Perhaps the coaches want to make a
shift, but Iím not buying it yet. The Colts coaches
are very difficult to figure out and I would not add him yet.
Mike Gesicki played on 69% of snaps, his highest
mark of the season, and caught 5 of 6 targets for 57 yards
and a score. He is becoming one of the more dependable tight
end options in the NFL, and should continue to be productive
if this usage continues. However, we will keep to keep a very
close eye on how things might change once Tua Tagovailoa returns.
Tyler Conklin played on 85% of snaps and got 6 targets,
but only caught 4 for 18 yards. It was a rough game for the
entire Vikings offense, but the usage and opportunities remain
promising for Conklin.
He didnít produce much, but it was a very positive
day for Evan Engram. He played on 68% of snaps and got 6 targets,
catching 5 for 27 yards. This Giants offense is improving,
which could lead to some great games for Engram this season.
Anthony Firkser returned in Week 4 and played on
50% of snaps, regaining the lead tight end role for the Titans.
He caught 3 of 5 targets for 23 yards. He didnít do
much, but it is promising that he took over the lead role
over the other options and got 5 targets. He is an intriguing
addition if you are in need of help at tight end.
Travis Kelce played his normal snaps on Sunday but
was less involved, only getting 6 targets (4-23). The Chiefs
wanted to focus on Tyreek Hill in this one, presumably because
the Eagles have beatable corners. And they only threw 30 total
passes, so Kelce still had a 20% target share. Donít
Zach Ertz played on only 50% of snaps, but seems
to have a very nice rapport with Hurts. He caught 6 of 8 targets
for 60 yards, and also had a touchdown reception taken off
the board due to a penalty. Dallas Goedert is playing more
snaps (74% on Sunday), but Ertz remains very involved, limiting
the upside for both. Goedert was also very productive finishing
with 5 receptions for 56 yards and a score.
Maxx Williams actually saw his snaps decrease a bit
in Week 4, to 58%. He had been up over 75% in Weeks 1-3. Still,
he was extremely involved and productive in Week 4, and caught
all 5 targets for 66 yards and a score. He is now officially
worth an add in every league, particularly since itís
so tough to find tight ends who are involved every week.
George Kittle played on all but 5 snaps and got 11
targets, so that is exciting. However, he caught only 4 of
them for 40 yards. I expect it will be a bit of a rough transition
for the passing game if the switch to Trey Lance is made,
but keep Kittle in your lineups.
Mark Andrews played on only 63% of snaps, his lowest
share of the season. Still, he led the team in targets with
8, and caught 5 for 67 yards. The scores have not been there
for Andrews, but I expect they are coming. He should always
be in your lineups.
Noah Fant played on 93% of snaps, second among all
tight ends to Cole Kmet. He received 10 targets and caught
6 for 46 yards and a score. Start him weekly, whether itís
Teddy Bridgewater or Drew Lock under center.
It looks like Hunter Henry has surpassed Jonnu Smith
as the starter at tight end for the Pats, but of course this
could change. He played on 68% of snaps, while Smith played
on 47%. They both received 5 targets and both scored, but
Henry looks more involved. Both should be rostered, but you
may have gotten a steal with Henry if this usage continues.
Jared Cook had a huge game on Monday night, finished
with 6 catches on 7 targets for 70 yards and a score. However,
he played on only 52% of snaps, the same percentage as Donald Parham, and Stephen Anderson also got in for 31%. Parham himself
also scored on 3 targets, and Anderson had a nice 34-yard
reception. So it seemed the Chargers just decided to attack
with the tight ends in this game. Although it is a bit concerning
that Cook is only playing about half the snaps, it is the
third week out of four he has been below 60%, so itís
nothing new. His targets by week have been 8-5-3-7. He is
not going to put up huge numbers often, but he is a decent
option if you donít have a top tight end.
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