Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham caught all three of his targets for 39 yards in a 29-13 victory over the San Francisco 49'ers on Sunday. He was 4th on the team in targets and didn't appear to be a big part of the offensive game plan.

Fantasy Impact: It's highly concerning that Seattle nearly had as many points as Graham had yards, and he's continuing to be a touchdown dependent player who doesn't score. His talent will likely have owners running him out on a weekly basis. But if you have another tight end that is producing, it may be time to begin to explore other options. Graham owners may be banking on the fact that the tight end has two plus match ups in the first weeks of the fantasy playoffs.

Category: Game Recaps

Fantasy Football Maniax | Nov 25th
The Steelers are allowing the 5th most points to fantasy tight ends this year, but Graham is so volatile that he should not be considered anything more than a TE2.
Breaking Football | Nov 23rd
He has been rather weak but Steelers at home is a solid matchup for him
RotoBaller | Nov 20th
Jimmy Graham (TE, SEA) Seattle's unwillingness to make Jimmy Graham a focal point of its struggling offense is mind-boggling, but it remains to be the case. Over the last four weeks, Graham has averaged the 20th-most fantasy points among tight ends with at least 10 targets over that span. He is projected to earn the third-most... Read More
Beast Dome | Nov 15th
TEAM BEAST DOME Marshawn Rising (Week 10)   By Muntradamus BEAST DOME NATION. MARSHAWN LYNCH & JIMMY GRAHAM These two […]
RotoBaller | Nov 1st
Frank Gore (RB, IND) at CAR A quick glance at Carolina's rushing defense (21st in fantasy points against) shows you a team that has struggled against the run. But if you account a good chunk of those points were accumulated when stud LB Luke Kuechly was on the shelf. Sure the Eagles put up big... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 30th
As Week 8 of the NFL and fantasy season is upon us, we have more teams on bye, and more teams that are dealing with injuries. Some players are getting healthier, while others are playing through their injuries.  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 20th
Fantasy owners knew at the start of the season that someone would step up on the Saints to fill the humongous void at tight end left behind by fantasy demigod Jimmy Graham. But most assumed it would be third-year whipper-snapper Josh Hill becoming Drew Brees’s top tight end. Instead, Hill has seven catches for 61... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 20th
The Seattle Seahawks treated Jimmy Graham like a superstar tight end for the first time this season. Following weeks of disappointment, Graham delivered a great game with eight catches for 140 yards in a loss to the Carolina Panthers. The performance was even more impressive as the Panthers have the top ranked defense at defending... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 16th
As Russell Wilson has gone, so has Jimmy Graham. He has given investors an alarmingly low return (I had him go in the second round in one of my leagues) and is showing no signs of picking things up. With Marshawn Lynch out the last two weeks we should have seen at least some increased production... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 16th
As we look at Week 6, it is likely your fantasy team is marred by injuries. Whether it was to the quarterback position, the running back position or you are staring at a listing of Qs or DNPs next to names on your roster, it's been tough. As a fantasy owner, your goal is simple: set your best lineup each week. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 16th
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson was unstoppable on Thursday Night Football against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6. He hauled in 10-of-12 targets for 127 yards and a touchdown. He was quarterback Drew Brees' favorite target and looked just as good as former Saints tight end Jimmy Graham. But should fantasy football owners... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 15th
When Superstar Tight End Jimmy Graham was traded this off-season from the New Orleans Saints to the Seattle Seahawks, expectations were through the roof. Quarterback Russell Wilson was finally going to have that number one target, added to an offense lacking a huge play-making ball catcher. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, that glorious image has turned into... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 13th
Week 5 has come and gone and another devastating injury strikes the NFL (and fantasy), as it loses another of its biggest stars in Jamaal Charles. The season-ending torn ACL will open the door for Charcandrick West and Knile Davis, who have nowhere near the explosiveness or talent as Charles, but will be some of the biggest names on the waiver wire this week.  Rea...
RotoBaller | Oct 10th
Well, it turns out taking an elite receiving tight end and stranding him in a power-running WR wasteland is just disappointing for everyone involved. Graham has scored in two games this season, but in the other two games, he's scored less than three. He put up only 29 yards receiving against Detroit, and 11 against the... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 9th
It’s starting to look less and less like the Seahawks are even aware that they traded for Graham this off-season. The once record setting tight-end had only four catches for 29 yards on Monday night, his second lowest output of the season. Graham has only caught 18 balls now in four games, an average of... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 9th
Things with Graham's transition over to the Seattle Seahawks haven't gone nearly as planned. Whether Graham is frustrated with his role, or just not getting the targets that he probably should, his fantasy stock isn't something that you can rely on. Through four games, Graham has been the definition of hit-or-miss. In Week 1, he... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 7th
I guess he needs to have some more unconfirmed reports of discontent. The Seahawks offense is tied with the horrid 49ers for the league's lowest offensive touchdown total (five), so it isn't as if there's a ton of production going around that Graham isn't a part of. All the same, consider what @JacsonBevens tweeted last night in... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 7th
What is tall, frequently complains and needs to perform better consistently? If your answer was Jimmy Graham, you are perfectly correct. After an impressive Week 3 performance which saw Graham nab seven catches against the loathsome Chicago Bears, many fantasy owners felt Graham had turned a corner, finally nestling into his role in Seattle. However,... Read More
SoCalledFanEx | Sep 29th
Oh no! Gronk is on a bye! We actually have to look for some value plays among Tight Ends on FanDuel! It’s OK, we’ll walk you through this horrible week. (Oh yeah, Delanie Walker is off too. NBD.) Is it just me or is the tight ends position a little crazy right now? Jimmy Graham […] The post Week 4 Value Plays Among Tight Ends on FanDuel, 3 to Avoid appeared first on So-Called Fa...
RotoBaller | Sep 28th
Whether the reports of Jimmy Graham expressing frustration with his role (or lack thereof) in Seattle's offense through the first two weeks were true or not, the sentiment was valid either way. While Graham was targeted eight times in Week 1, he only saw two targets in a Week 2 loss to the Green Bay... Read More