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Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings From the Most Accurate Experts

Nov 9, 2019

Here’s a look at Week 10 fantasy football rankings from our most accurate experts so far this season. These rankings are for standard scoring fantasy football formats.

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Week 10 Quarterback Rankings

Rank Quarterbacks Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Lamar Jackson BAL at CIN 1 3 1 0 23.9
2 Drew Brees NO vs. ATL 1 6 2.6 0.8 20.8
3 Patrick Mahomes KC at TEN 2 7 3.4 0.9 20.3
4 Jameis Winston TB vs. ARI 2 8 3.5 1 19.6
5 Aaron Rodgers GB vs. CAR 2 7 5.2 0.8 19.5
6 Kyler Murray ARI at TB 3 7 5.4 0.7 18.6
7 Dak Prescott DAL vs. MIN 5 11 7.6 1.1 18
8 Russell Wilson SEA at SF 6 15 8.3 1.1 17.5
9 Philip Rivers LAC at OAK 8 11 8.8 0.5 16.8
10 Matt Ryan ATL at NO 7 20 11.3 2.7 16.5
11 Matthew Stafford DET at CHI 9 20 12.6 2.1 16.5
12 Josh Allen BUF at CLE 5 20 12.7 2.4 15.8
13 Jimmy Garoppolo SF vs. SEA 9 15 12.8 1.4 15.8
14 Jared Goff LAR at PIT 10 19 12.9 2 15.5
15 Daniel Jones NYG at NYJ 9 22 14.8 2.4 15.4
16 Derek Carr OAK vs. LAC 12 18 16.2 1.4 15.2
17 Kirk Cousins MIN at DAL 13 20 16.3 1.6 15
18 Ryan Tannehill TEN vs. KC 12 21 17.6 1.5 14.9
19 Sam Darnold NYJ vs. NYG 17 26 19.9 1.6 14.8
20 Mitch Trubisky CHI vs. DET 18 23 20.9 1.2 14.8

 
Jameis Winston (TB)
We’ve now watched Winston finish as a top-16 quarterback in six straight weeks, including four top-10 performances in that time. He now heads into a matchup with the Cardinals, who’ve really struggled to contain quarterbacks this year, and as it turns out, their secondary hasn’t really improved with Patrick Peterson; it was just Daniel Jones who made them look that way. There have now been three different quarterbacks who’ve thrown four touchdowns against them, and there’s been another two quarterbacks who threw three of them. The only quarterbacks who failed to throw at least two touchdowns and finish as the QB10 or better were Jones and Russell Wilson. While many might wonder about Wilson and why that happened, you should know that he completed 22-of-28 passes for 240 yards and a touchdown, so it wasn’t due to lack of efficiency. Knowing the Cardinals aren’t exactly a pushover against the run, we should see plenty of pass attempts out of Winston. It also doesn’t hurt that these two teams both rank in the top-six in terms of total plays per game (Bucs games net 134.6 plays, Cardinals 129.6 plays). Knowing the Cardinals have allowed 24 passing touchdowns to just two interceptions, there’s little reason to expect Winston to finish outside of QB1 territory this week. In fact, he’s cash-game viable.

Josh Allen (BUF)
We’re now halfway through the season and Allen has just one finish better than QB10. He’s been in-between the QB10 and QB15 in 6-of-8 weeks, which does highlight his safe floor, but he’s yet to rush for more than 46 yards. He rushed for 95-plus yards in four of his final six games in 2018, which is how he helped some win fantasy championships. Coincidentally, the Browns have now allowed 7-of-8 quarterbacks finish as the QB15 or better. While they have had a tough slate of quarterbacks, this team is underachieving everywhere. It also helps to see Russell Wilson rush for 31 yards and a touchdown, as well as Lamar Jackson‘s 66 yards on the ground. The Browns do bring pressure, which is something Allen has struggled with this year, as his 55.8 QB Rating under pressure ranks 26th among 36 qualifying quarterbacks. He did do better than expected against the Eagles, who pressure the quarterback more than anyone else in the league, so we have to start asking if Allen has turned a corner in his development. He’s also thrown multiple touchdowns in three of his last four games despite not topping 34 attempts. For now, Allen should be considered a high-floor low-end QB1 in this matchup who’s playing good football as of late.

Daniel Jones (NYG)
Jones has had two huge weeks but has otherwise been uninspiring. With that said, you could start virtually any quarterback against the Jets this year so he makes for a solid Week 10 streamer.

Ryan Tannehill (TEN)
Tannehill has been cruising in all three of his starts and while he won’t have a juicy matchup every week, they should throw plenty in Week 10 with Patrick Mahomes likely back on the other side of the ball for the Chiefs.

Week 10 Running Back Rankings

Rank Running Backs Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Christian McCaffrey CAR at GB 1 3 1 0 19.4
2 Dalvin Cook MIN at DAL 2 8 2.5 0.8 17.5
3 Saquon Barkley NYG at NYJ 2 8 3.1 1.2 17.4
4 Ezekiel Elliott DAL vs. MIN 3 7 3.9 0.5 16.6
5 Aaron Jones GB vs. CAR 4 10 5.9 1.6 15.9
6 Derrick Henry TEN vs. KC 5 10 6.5 0.8 14.5
7 Nick Chubb CLE vs. BUF 5 12 6.6 0.9 14.3
8 Alvin Kamara NO vs. ATL 1 10 7.4 2.6 14.2
9 Marlon Mack IND vs. MIA 6 11 8.1 1 13.6
10 Josh Jacobs OAK vs. LAC 8 11 9.5 0.7 13.4
11 Chris Carson SEA at SF 6 14 11.9 0.6 13.2
12 Mark Ingram BAL at CIN 9 20 12 0.8 12.6
13 Melvin Gordon LAC at OAK 13 17 13.9 0.8 12.2
14 Le’Veon Bell NYJ vs. NYG 9 18 14.1 2.2 11.9
15 David Montgomery CHI vs. DET 11 18 14.4 1.8 11.4
16 Tevin Coleman SF vs. SEA 12 17 15.6 1 11.4
17 Todd Gurley LAR at PIT 15 18 16.4 1.1 11.3
18 Devin Singletary BUF at CLE 17 27 18.4 0.7 11.1
19 David Johnson ARI at TB 16 29 19.9 2.8 11
20 Jaylen Samuels PIT vs. LAR 17 34 20.9 1.6 10.8
21 Devonta Freeman ATL at NO 19 24 21.4 1.5 9.6
22 Austin Ekeler LAC at OAK 20 25 21.8 1.5 9.6
23 Ronald Jones II TB vs. ARI 19 26 22.6 1.4 9.6
24 Latavius Murray NO vs. ATL 18 27 23.9 2.5 9.4
25 Damien Williams KC at TEN 22 28 24.4 1.5 9.1
26 Joe Mixon CIN vs. BAL 23 30 25.8 1.6 9.1
27 Matt Breida SF vs. SEA 23 29 26.6 1.1 8.8
28 Jamaal Williams GB vs. CAR 24 29 27.3 1.3 8.8
29 Kalen Ballage MIA at IND 28 32 30.1 1.1 8.3
30 Kenyan Drake ARI at TB 28 36 30.3 1.2 8.3
31 Ty Johnson DET at CHI 27 32 30.6 1.1 8.1
32 Frank Gore BUF at CLE 30 41 32.9 2.2 8.1
33 LeSean McCoy KC at TEN 29 36 33.3 1.4 8
34 Tarik Cohen CHI vs. DET 32 36 34.6 0.8 7.5
35 Darrell Henderson LAR at PIT 34 40 36.6 1.6 7.3
36 Gus Edwards BAL at CIN 33 40 37.2 1.3 7.3
37 Kareem Hunt CLE vs. BUF 28 58 37.5 2.9 7.3
38 J.D. McKissic DET at CHI 36 44 38.4 1.6 7.2
39 Peyton Barber TB vs. ARI 32 48 39 2.3 6.5
40 Alexander Mattison MIN at DAL 36 47 40.1 1.6 6.4
41 Rashaad Penny SEA at SF 40 46 42.9 1.5 6.3
42 Nyheim Hines IND vs. MIA 35 47 43.1 2.6 6.2
43 Trey Edmunds PIT vs. LAR 26 40 35.8 3.6 5.9
44 DeAndre Washington OAK vs. LAC 41 56 44.7 2.2 5.9
45 Dion Lewis TEN vs. KC 43 51 45.9 1 5.8
46 Jordan Wilkins IND vs. MIA 42 53 46.6 2.8 5.5
47 Giovani Bernard CIN vs. BAL 42 51 48.6 1.4 5.2
48 Dare Ogunbowale TB vs. ARI 44 54 49.3 2.6 5.1
49 Tony Pollard DAL vs. MIN 43 59 51.3 2.8 5
50 Myles Gaskin MIA at IND 42 59 48.8 3.8 4.4

 
Derrick Henry (TEN)
He’s now totaled 80.3 percent of the Titans running back touches this year, so the Titans clearly weren’t lying when they said they were going to ride him this year. Even in a negative gamescript last week, he totaled 16 touches, including three receptions, which tied a season-high. The Chiefs are a good matchup for running backs, as we’ve seen 10 different running backs finish as the RB25 or better against them through nine games. This is similar to last year, as there were 23 different running backs who scored at least 11.1 PPR points against them. So, dating back to the start of last year – a span of 25 games – the Chiefs have allowed 33 running backs to score at least 11.1 PPR points, which is typically good enough to finish as an RB3. We’ve seen five different running backs accumulate 99 or more rushing yards against them, including fellow bruisers Carlos Hyde and Mark Ingram, who are also lightly used in the passing game. The Chiefs have allowed just five runs of 20-plus yards this year, so it’s been consistent production on a per-carry basis. Of the fantasy production against the Chiefs this year, 41.9 percent of it has come via running backs, which is the third highest percentage in the league, behind only the Bengals and Bills. Knowing that each of the last seven Chiefs opponents have run the ball at least 20 times, Henry should be locked into a solid workload and be in lineups as a low-end RB1. He’s not someone you must use in cash considering his lack of involvement in the passing game, but he is a tournament-viable option.

David Montgomery (CHI)
Ever since Matt Nagy said, “I know we need to run the ball more, I’m not an idiot,” the Bears have given Montgomery a massive 48 touches over the last two games. He’s totaled 16 or more touches in five of the last seven games, so we have a clear-cut workhorse in him. The issue has been the offense in general, which can only improve from here, so seeing Montgomery tally 47.3 PPR points over the last two weeks is very promising. The Lions happen to be a great matchup, too. They’ve now allowed nine different running backs to tally 14.6 or more PPR points against them, including seven 20-plus point performances, which is the most in the NFL. In fact, no other team has allowed more than five such performances. Despite not catching any passes Josh Jacobs was able to tally 24.0 PPR points in Week 9 against them. It’s not just volume, either, as they’ve allowed 1.00 PPR points per opportunity (carries and targets), which ranks as the second-highest number in the league, so efficiency is there, too. When you get a workhorse running back tied to 20-plus touches in what’s one of the best matchups in football, you play him no matter what. Montgomery is in the low-end RB1 conversation this week.

Devin Singletary (BUF)
In Buffalo, there has been no question about who is the future in the backfield for the Bills, but the question was when the rookie would be able to take over given his health and any inexperience concerns. It appears the shift has happened, and Singletary is the back to own in Buffalo now. Last week, the rookie played 40 snaps to Frank Gore‘s 21, and he had 23 touches to Gore’s 11. This performance came in a game where Buffalo led throughout, showing that the Bills now want to use Singletary in both running and passing situations. In just 52 touches this season, the rookie has totaled 370 yards and three touchdowns. He is a playmaker and a touchdown threat every time he touches the ball.

Joe Mixon (CIN)
In relation to the actual opportunity that he’s had this year, Mixon should rank as the RB19 in fantasy football. Instead, he’s the RB36 and will now have a rookie quarterback under center. He ranks 27th among running backs in routes run this year, which is where the biggest problem lies. His offensive line is never going to create a lot of room for him on the ground and the team often falls behind, so he’d need an increase in routes to become a bonafide every-week starter in fantasy. Knowing the Bengals have Giovani Bernard out there more than him in that role, it’s a legitimate concern. The Ravens are not a team to attack with running backs anyway, as they’ve allowed just one running back to top 65 yards on the ground against them, and that was Nick Chubb when they were missing their star defensive tackle Brandon Williams. There’s also been just one running back who’s been able to generate more than three receptions against them, which has led to them allowing the fifth-fewest fantasy points through the air to running backs. You have to assume Finley will check-down to running backs more than Dalton did, which should give Mixon a slight uptick in targets, but there’s likely to be even less scoring opportunities. Mixon is nothing more than a low-upside RB3, even in a week with tons of running backs on bye.

Week 10 Wide Receiver Rankings

Rank Wide Receivers Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Tyreek Hill KC at TEN 1 7 1.9 1.2 15.2
2 Michael Thomas NO vs. ATL 1 3 2.6 0.5 12.7
3 Chris Godwin TB vs. ARI 1 6 2.7 1.2 11.5
4 Mike Evans TB vs. ARI 1 7 3.4 1.4 11.4
5 Cooper Kupp LAR at PIT 4 7 5.2 0.8 11.2
6 Julio Jones ATL at NO 2 10 5.7 1.3 11.2
7 Davante Adams GB vs. CAR 5 10 7.9 1.5 11.1
8 Amari Cooper DAL vs. MIN 6 12 8.1 1.1 10.9
9 Tyler Lockett SEA at SF 7 11 9.1 1.1 10.8
10 Kenny Golladay DET at CHI 5 20 9.6 2 10.8
11 Keenan Allen LAC at OAK 9 14 11.1 1.3 10.7
12 Stefon Diggs MIN at DAL 6 16 12.6 2.4 10.7
13 Allen Robinson CHI vs. DET 12 20 13.9 0.8 10.4
14 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE vs. BUF 12 17 15.1 1.2 10.3
15 Mike Williams LAC at OAK 11 25 15.6 3.1 9.9
16 Marvin Jones DET at CHI 11 31 15.7 5.2 9.7
17 John Brown BUF at CLE 11 23 16.6 1.8 9.2
18 Emmanuel Sanders SF vs. SEA 15 24 18.2 1.2 9.2
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT vs. LAR 18 28 20.2 3.1 9.1
20 D.J. Moore CAR at GB 17 26 20.4 1.9 8.8
21 Christian Kirk ARI at TB 13 31 21.6 3.1 8.7
22 Michael Gallup DAL vs. MIN 17 25 21.6 1.3 8.7
23 Calvin Ridley ATL at NO 16 32 22.6 2.6 8.4
24 Robert Woods LAR at PIT 21 29 23.8 1.7 8.3
25 Golden Tate NYG at NYJ 18 31 25.1 3.5 8.3
26 Tyrell Williams OAK vs. LAC 16 30 25.9 3.1 8.3
27 Curtis Samuel CAR at GB 24 33 26.9 1.8 8.3
28 Marquise Brown BAL at CIN 19 35 28.6 2.8 8.1
29 Zach Pascal IND vs. MIA 22 35 28.9 2.6 7.9
30 Sammy Watkins KC at TEN 9 37 29.1 4.8 7.9
31 D.K. Metcalf SEA at SF 25 38 31 2.3 7.8
32 Robby Anderson NYJ vs. NYG 23 35 31.7 2.3 7.8
33 Devante Parker MIA at IND 27 41 31.7 2.7 7.8
34 Jarvis Landry CLE vs. BUF 27 37 34.1 2.5 7.7
35 Tyler Boyd CIN vs. BAL 31 39 34.3 2 7.7
36 Jamison Crowder NYJ vs. NYG 29 36 34.7 1 7.6
37 A.J. Brown TEN vs. KC 32 47 38.4 1 7.6
38 Larry Fitzgerald ARI at TB 30 41 39 2 7.5
39 Josh Reynolds LAR at PIT 35 56 39.6 2.5 7.5
40 Ted Ginn NO vs. ATL 32 49 41.6 3.2 7.5
41 Darius Slayton NYG at NYJ 38 52 42.4 2 7.4
42 Diontae Johnson PIT vs. LAR 40 48 42.9 1.8 7.4
43 Cole Beasley BUF at CLE 39 51 44.7 2.6 7.3
44 Auden Tate CIN vs. BAL 37 57 44.8 2.8 7.3
45 Corey Davis TEN vs. KC 36 49 39.1 3.1 6.9
46 Chester Rogers IND vs. MIA 40 54 46.7 2.6 6.7
47 Deebo Samuel SF vs. SEA 42 50 46.9 1.5 6.7
48 Demaryius Thomas NYJ vs. NYG 41 57 47.9 2.7 6.4
49 Danny Amendola DET at CHI 42 63 50.2 3.7 6.3
50 Hunter Renfrow OAK vs. LAC 47 66 50.7 1.3 6.2
51 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB vs. CAR 44 59 51.4 4.2 6.1
52 Adam Humphries TEN vs. KC 47 61 53.1 2.8 6
53 Taylor Gabriel CHI vs. DET 47 61 54 3.1 5.9
54 Josh Gordon SEA at SF 43 78 54.5 4.9 5.8
55 Olabisi Johnson MIN at DAL 45 68 55.3 4.6 5.6
56 Anthony Miller CHI vs. DET 53 64 57.1 3.5 5.4
57 Allen Lazard GB vs. CAR 45 77 57.9 3.1 5.4
58 James Washington PIT vs. LAR 54 71 58.4 3.9 5.4
59 Russell Gage ATL at NO 48 76 59.9 3.7 5.3
60 Albert Wilson MIA at IND 47 78 62.3 5 5.2

 
Allen Robinson (CHI)
After totaling at least seven targets in each of the first seven games, Robinson curiously saw just five targets in a plus-matchup against the Eagles. Even then, he was only able to tally one catch for six yards. He’s still someone who’s been able to generate at least 11.2 PPR points and finish as a top-40 receiver in 6-of-8 games, so we shouldn’t consider this a major dock to his fantasy floor. The Lions are likely to have Darius Slay in coverage this week, which is certainly concerning. Many will see that Robinson tallied 6/133/2 against the Lions in Soldier Field last year, but what they may not know is that Slay was out for that game. He returned for the Week 12 matchup where he held Robinson to just 2/37/0, though that game was with Chase Daniel under center (he was a downgrade last year). Slay has allowed just 15 receptions for 216 yards and one touchdown in his coverage this year, which spans over 26 targets. This is not a great matchup, but knowing what Robinson brings to the table and what he means to the offense, he should remain in lineups as a high-end WR3.

Odell Beckham Jr. (CLE)
Believe it or not, five catches for 87 yards against the Broncos is cause for celebration with Beckham. That was the biggest game Chris Harris Jr. has allowed to a wide receiver this year, and he’s covered some very good ones. Now onto a matchup with the Bills, which is another tough one, especially when you find out that they used Tre’Davious White in near shadow coverage last week. He’s their best cornerback and they hadn’t used him to shadow this year, but after seeing them use him that way against Terry McLaurin, you can bet he’ll shadow Beckham. We’ve seen just two wide receivers post numbers better than the WR28 against the Bills, so it’s far from a good matchup, but here’s the silver lining with stud wide receivers. When a team doesn’t have a true No. 1 cornerback, they may bracket that receiver and limit his production. In situations like this, we could see them simply trust White in single-man coverage. Beckham is a superior talent to White, so if he’s truly in one-on-one man coverage, he can win. Knowing DeVante Parker, Auden Tate, and Preston Williams were all able to post 14-plus PPR points against the Bills, you should plug Beckham in as a WR2 this week and hope for the best. The schedule lightens up after this week, making him one of the better buy-lows in fantasy football.

Christian Kirk (ARI)
He’s seen at least five targets in every game, including three games with 11 or more targets. The production has been minimal due to the lack of touchdowns but follow the opportunity and fantasy points will follow. The Bucs have been a matchup to target with wide receivers, as they’ve allowed a massive 45.5 PPR points per game to wide receivers, which is the most in the league, and it’s not even close. The closest team is the Raiders who’ve allowed 42.1 PPR points per game. Because of that, there have been 15 receivers who’ve scored 10.8 or more PPR points against them. There’s no other team who’s allowed more than 14 such performances. With Fitzgerald seemingly deteriorating in front of our eyes, Kirk needs to step up and be ‘the guy’ in this offense. We just watched Tyler Lockett have the best game of his career in the slot against them, racking up 13 receptions for 152 yards and two touchdowns. Part of the reason the Bucs are bleeding production is due to cornerback Carlton Davis missing time. He tried coming back in Week 9 but hurt himself in warmups and couldn’t due to his hip injury, so he’s not likely to play here. Kirk is one of the better buy-lows in fantasy football and he might just slam that door shut in Week 10. Play him as a WR2 with upside this week. He should be safe enough to play in cash lineups, too.

Zach Pascal (IND)
We found out late in the week that T.Y. Hilton was not only going to miss Sunday’s game with a calf injury, but most likely three or four weeks. Pascal is the new number one in the offense during that time and has actually been terrific over the last three weeks. And while Jacoby Brissett may be out, let’s not forget that far lesser quarterbacks than Brian Hoyer have supported at least one fantasy-relevant wideout.

Week 10 Tight End Rankings

Rank Tight Ends Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Travis Kelce KC at TEN 1 4 1.5 0.6 9.2
2 George Kittle SF vs. SEA 1 5 2.1 1 8.4
3 Hunter Henry LAC at OAK 1 3 2.6 0.5 8.3
4 Mark Andrews BAL at CIN 4 5 4.3 0.5 8.2
5 Darren Waller OAK vs. LAC 3 6 4.9 0.7 7.7
6 Austin Hooper ATL at NO 2 8 5.9 0.8 7.6
7 Greg Olsen CAR at GB 7 18 7.6 0.9 7.6
8 Gerald Everett LAR at PIT 7 17 9.1 1.5 7.3
9 Jacob Hollister SEA at SF 4 22 9.5 2.4 6.1
10 Eric Ebron IND vs. MIA 6 14 10.4 1.4 5.9
11 T.J. Hockenson DET at CHI 10 19 12.5 0.7 5.8
12 Jonnu Smith TEN vs. KC 7 22 13 2.6 5.5
13 Jack Doyle IND vs. MIA 7 18 13.1 2.6 5.4
14 O.J. Howard TB vs. ARI 7 19 13.1 2 5
15 Vance McDonald PIT vs. LAR 13 20 14.9 1.3 5
16 Jared Cook NO vs. ATL 8 20 15.1 2.8 4.8
17 Mike Gesicki MIA at IND 11 21 16.1 2.2 4.7
18 Jason Witten DAL vs. MIN 11 21 17.9 1.6 4.5
19 Jimmy Graham GB vs. CAR 15 21 18.5 1.1 4.5
20 Kyle Rudolph MIN at DAL 14 21 18.9 1.6 4.4

 
Gerald Everett (LAR)
You know the fantasy season has gone haywire when owners can’t wait until Everett comes back from his bye week. It’s been a whirlwind for him this season, as someone who appeared destined for his lackluster role the first three weeks, but since Week 4, Everett has more air yards than any tight end in the league (not including Week 9). Some may wonder why that matters so much. Well, it’s what correlates the most to success at the tight end position. Here are the other leaders since that time: Travis Kelce, Austin Hooper, Zach Ertz, and Mark Andrews. The Steelers have allowed a 71.9 percent catch-rate to the tight end position this year, which is above the league average, and have allowed a touchdown every 11.4 targets. They’ve also allowed four different tight ends to emerge from the game with at least four catches and 45 yards. Everett should be considered a somewhat stable low-end TE1 with upside.

O.J. Howard (TB)
As much as it may hurt you inside to do so, streaming Howard this week is your best option. With Cameron Brate likely out, Howard could have a big day against the Cardinals.

T.J. Hockenson (DET)
He was finally able to eclipse 32 yards in Week 9. It was the first time that happened since his NFL debut in Week 1, though three catches for 56 yards isn’t anything to get overly excited about, either. The Bears have been a tough matchup against tight ends, regardless of what Zach Ertz did to them last week. He was just the second tight end to record more than 49 yards against them over their last 24 games. The two tight ends who did hit that mark were Ertz and George Kittle, who both recorded at least 11 targets. Hockenson has received at least five targets in three of his last four games, but he’s not getting into the double-digits. There have been eight different tight ends who’ve totaled at least 30 yards against the Bears this year, including five of them with four or more receptions. It should be a decent floor game for Hockenson, but the ceiling is limited to touchdowns only. Knowing the lack of streaming options available, he’s still in the high-end TE2 conversation.

Jacob Hollister (SEA)
If not for a horrid upcoming schedule, Hollister would be worthy of a pickup because he is getting targets from the best quarterback in the world. Keep an eye on him once the rough stretch of the schedule ends though.

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