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Week 14 Outlook
Daniel Bellinger caught his lone target for eight yards in the Giants’ 10-7 win over the Patriots.
Bellinger is currently operating as the Giants’ No. 1 tight end with Darren Waller out injured. The 23-year-old saw his target share drop Sunday after recording three targets in three straight games. Fantasy managers can drop Bellinger ahead of a Week 13 bye week.
Daniel Bellinger caught all three of his targets for 38 yards in the Giants' 31-19 win over the Washington Commanders.
Over the last three weeks, Bellinger has proven to be a go-to safety net for Tommy DeVito. This was his third consecutive game with three targets, and he's turned those looks into eight catches in that span. He's totaled more than 30 yards in three consecutive games but may struggle in Week 12 against a New England defense that has allowed just 390 receiving yards to tight ends this season.
Daniel Bellinger caught 2-of-3 targets for 34 yards in the Giants' 49-17 loss against the Cowboys.
Bellinger led the team in receiving in what was an overall rough afternoon for the entire Giants team.
Daniel Bellinger caught 3-of-3 targets for 43 yards in the Giants 30-6 loss against the Raiders.
Bellinger will continue to have some appeal in deeper leagues with Darren Waller on IR given the state of the tight end position.
Daniel Bellinger failed to catch his lone target in the Giants' 13-10 overtime loss to the Jets in Week 8.
Bellinger has not been very impactful in the New York offense, failing to record a catch in each of his last three games for the Giants. The tight end could be in line for increased volume if No.1 tight end Darren Waller is unable to take the field for a Week 9 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders up next.