Jimmy Graham
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Jimmy Graham caught two balls for 24 yards in the win over San Diego.

Fantasy Impact: Jimmy does not have the upside he once did when he was in New Orleans, but he's still the second best TE in the league. I wouldn't draft him too high, but he'll a consistent source of points.

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Breaking Football | Sep 4th
Going to Seattle is a huge upside blow but then again, we have no idea what he can do in that system
Coach Esser | Sep 4th
I'm actually avoiding Graham this year. Don't love the fit and think he'll be very hit or miss. I like him better in standard than PPR, but it's doubtful you can get him where he should go.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 4th
Graham battled injuries in 2014 and finished the season with 85 receptions for 889 yards and 10 receiving touchdowns. He is not going to have the receiving yards in Seattle that he had in New Orleans, but he should be a threat for double-digit touchdowns.
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 3rd
SEA was 9th in Red Zone scoring attempts per game, but just 20th in coverting RZ trips into TDs - that changes with Graham in mix. He should push 10+ TDs even if catches, yards take a hit in SEA
Fantasy Couch | Sep 2nd
Even though Jimmy is going from a team that passed a whole bunch to a team that runs a whole bunch, I could see him getting drafted as high as #23 overall. I would rather make sure I got my RB, WR and maybe even QB position locked up before going for Graham (the No. 2 TE) in this year's draft
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
People seem to be anticipating a serious decline in Graham's stats now that he is part of the run first Seattle Seahawks. I'll acknowledge that his yardage totals may decline but double digit touchdowns are a virtual certainty on a team that's been thirsting for a legitimate red zone option.
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
Graham goes from a great situation in New Orleans to an ok one in Seattle, but he is still a 6'7", 260 pound freak of nature on a team with no go to receivers. He'll get his.
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Receptions will likely take a hit, but the TD scoring potential remains high with Wilson.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
Jimmy is now a Seahawk. It's crazy to think but he's still the 2nd best TE in fantasy. He won't see the amount of targets but should do more with the ones he does get.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
If he had to leave Drew Brees then he found a spot where he can be completely utilized. Russell Wilson loves to throw to his TE and Graham is going to be a target monster. I would bet Graham is going to push for the #1 TE in 2015.
Razzball | Aug 13th
Greetings! Did you all enjoy that exhilarating Hall of Fame game as much as I did? Landry Jones looks about as valuable as Kim Kardashian before she so eloquently played the meat flute on camera. Seriously, preseason football is harder to watch than that Hulk Hogan sex tape, you know the one where he simultaneously drilled his best friend's ex-wife AND managed to slip the "N" word o...
RotoBaller | Aug 10th
One way to maximize the talent you can acquire in your draft is to ignore the extremely top-heavy tight end position. Obviously Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham headline the rankings and are the first tight ends taken in every fantasy draft. But is it really worth using a high pick on them or a mid-round... Read More
Gridiron Experts | Jul 28th
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SoCalledFanEx | Jul 16th
After seven weeks of going through every division in the National Football League, we've reached the end of the player movement series. We started with the AFC North and the NFC North. We moved on to the AFC East and the NFC East, then the AFC South and the NFC South. Last week, we tackled […] The post Jimmy Graham Still Relevant in the NFC West appeared first on So-Called Fantasy Experts.
Breaking Football | Jul 9th
The Seattle Seahawks made huge headlines during the NFL off-season when they were able to trade for Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints. After making back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, Seattle wanted to add one more playmaker on offense for the future. They now have arguably the best tight end that can be drafted in fantasy football leagues, but just how will he fit into a new system after sp...