TE - DAL
Week 13 Outlook
Cowboys TE Blake Bell could see snaps at H-back this season.
The team doesn't have a fullback on their roster following the opt out of Jamize Olawale. Bell isn't a fantasy factor at all this year.
Blake Bell caught two passes on three targets for 27 yards as the Jaguars lost to the Colts by a 29-26 score in Week 10 action.
Bell is the backup tight end for the Jaguars and does not see that many targets in the offense. Bell is not worth owning in fantasy.
Blake Bell caught one pass on two targets for 13 yards as the Jaguars lost to the Eagles by a 24-18 score on Sunday.
Bell is only on the roster because the Jaguars needed the depth at tight end with the position being thin due to injuries. The journeyman tight end is not fantasy relevant.
The Jaguars have signed Blake Bell with Niles Paul suffering a sprained MCL this weekend against the Cowboys.
Bell was a fourth-round pick of the 49ers in 2015, and he spent two years in San Francisco before joining the Vikings in 2017. The Jaguars are left with another TE injury, and Bell is simply filling the roster at this point. He's someone to watch given he could see significant snaps with the surrounding injuries, but he's not fantasy relevant at this point, even at a shallow position.
Per the Sacramento Bee, 3rd-year tight end Blake Bell has been released by the 49ers.
A former 4th-round pick and quarterback conversion project, Bell has an interesting skill set for someone with his impressive size, but couldn't stay healthy and was beaten out by Garrett Celek and George Kittle. Bell is droppable in all formats, but the 49er tight end situation is one to monitor, with plenty of garbage time on the horizon, there will be a PPR sleeper among the group.