Brandon Myers finished Thursday's contest against the Falcons with 5 catches for 33 yards.
Fantasy Impact: In a PPR format, these aren't awful TE numbers. Myers has not shown any fantasy juice thus far, but with Mike Glennon looking like he will take over for an injured Josh McCown, it's possible his outlook could change. However, that scenario should not be counted on.
Myers lead all of the Buccaneers in receiving with 6 receptions for 41 yards. None of the Bucs receivers had a good night, but it is notable that McCown was looking Myers' way. (Source: NFL )
Fantasy Impact: At best Myers should be now be on the fantasy wait-&-see watchlist. The Bucs offense still has a lot of problems to solve before Myers becomes fantasy relevant. However, if the offense can come together as a team and McCown continues to look Myers way, Myers might be a smart low-risk waiver add.
After the Bucs trade with the Pats, the Bucs are now left with four tight ends: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Brandon Myers, Luke Stocker and Cameron Brate. Most of these four have seen limited preseason action, but Austin Seferian-Jenkins is most likely the favorite to win the starting role. It has been reported that the Bucs are "head-over-heels" for Seferian-Jenkins. After Austin it becomes cloudy on who will win the backup spot which leaves the door wide open for Brandon Myers. (Source: Pewter Report)
Fantasy Impact: Myers has only caught 1 pass for 10 yards in the preseason so it's probably too soon for him to be on the fantasy radar. However, it's worth noting because Myers has been fantasy relevant in the past & Seferian-Jenkins is only a rookie so he has a lot to prove.