Coby Fleener
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By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Oct 26th 11:33pm EDT

Fleener finished with only 1 catch for 4 yards on 4 targets. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: It was another underwhelming showing and his third one-catch performance of the season. The one positive for Fleener is that he is part of a high octane offense, but is limited by his lack of scoring opportunities and competition for targets. He remains a TE2 at best and a decent bye week fill-in.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Oct 6th 4:34pm EDT

Fleener was held to just one reception on 2 targets for 30 yards. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Fleener was outplayed by teammate Dwayne Allen and targeted less by Andrew Luck. The Ravens defense did a better job limiting him compared to Allen. Luck appears to have developed better chemistry with Allen as the season has progressed. Fleener has been known to drop some easy passes as well off and on. Continue to view him as a TE2 and start him in deeper leagues only.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Sat, Oct 4th 11:22am EDT

To this point in the season the Ravens defense is allowing the fewest fantasy points to the tight end position. (Source: Yahoo Sports)

Fantasy Impact: It would be wise for fantasy owners to explore other options to start at the tight end position. There are only two teams on a bye this week (Miami and Oakland) so there should be others with higher upside. Fleener is typically touchdown dependent and remains a TE2 for week 5.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 8:26pm EDT

He finished the game with 2 catches for 26 yards including a score on just 3 targets. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Fleener was relatively quiet throughout the game and saved his day with a touchdown catch. It appears this is what we can typically expect from him on a week to week basis. He continues to compete with Dwayne Allen for targets and his value is touchdown dependent. Like Allen, he can only be counted on as a TE2 - good enough for a bye week replacement or for a league that can start two tight ends.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 3:43pm EDT

Coby Fleener caught 4 of 7 passes for 49 yards and a score in Sunday's tilt against the Jacksonville Jaguars. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Fleener could have had a much better outing, dropping a wide open pass in the end zone that would have certainly been a TD had he caught it. This is the second week that he has dropped a wide open pass that he perhaps shouldn't have. Fleener remains a low end TE2 as he is competing with fellow TE Dwayne Allen for targets.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 3:42pm EDT

Coby Fleener made three catches for 21 yards on eight targets. He also saw a total of 49 offensive snaps, as compared to 38 for fellow TE Dwayne Allen.

Fantasy Impact: While Fleener was more utilized, Allen was the much more productive of the two. Fleener and Luck have struggled to capitalize on their experience with each other going back to their days at Stanford together. Keep an eye on the target and snap count reports, if Allen passes Fleener in usage there will be no reason for keeping Fleener on your fantasy roster.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 8:44am EDT

Coby Fleener finished the third preseason game with 2 catches for 31 yards and a touchdown on 4 targets.

Fantasy Impact: It was encouraging to see him haul in the touchdown reception after his poor performance in the second preseason game. He is a great red zone threat due to his size and could score a handful of touchdowns this season. Despite this he remains a TE2 worth drafting in deeper leagues with so much competition for targets and catches.

By , Colts Correspondent, Wed, Aug 13th 2:41pm EDT

Chris Hagen and Bob Kravitz interviewed Coby Fleener Monday morning during the Colts training camp practice. Fleener acknowledged that there would be some sort of ripple effect with Dwayne Allen back, but was excited to play in more two tight end sets. He also said that his goal for this season was to be more consistent and to be someone the coaches can count on. (Source: FOX59)

Fantasy Impact: Coby Fleener has been up and down throughout his first two years in the league and if he is to take the next step forward he will definitely have to improve his consistency. The offense should finally see some stability this year as a whole and this should allow players like Fleener to become more consistent. Currently, Allen is listed ahead of Fleener on the Colts official depth chart. Allen is the TE to own as he has more fantasy upside. Fleener is only worth a roster spot in the deepest of leagues.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Fri, Aug 1st 11:06am EDT

Coby Fleener, who has been relatively quiet during camp, made a nice touchdown grab on a pass across the middle. While Wayne received most of the early attention from Luck, Fleener managed a couple of impressive catches in addition to the TD. (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: Fleener's performance in camp has been somewhat overshadowed by the return of fellow TE Dwayne Allen. It is worth noting that the Colt's are looking to implement more two TE sets into the offense which will create opportunities for both. Fleener finished second on the team last year in both receptions and yards (52 for 608). Couple the return Allen to distract the opposing linebackers with the increased opportunities in these two TE sets and Fleener is on track to be a late round sleeper.

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