TE - NYJ
Week 6 Outlook
Daniel Brown had two receptions for nine yards against the Bengals.
Brown is used sparingly by the Bears, as he only played on 19 of 76 (25%) offensive plays for the Bears on Sunday. He can be left alone in fantasy.
Daniel Brown caught two passes for two passes for 20 yards on three targets.
Brown saw a bigger role than rookie TE Adam Shaheen with the return of Dion Sims. Brown still has no fantasy value, unless an injury happens.
Daniel Brown caught two balls for 23 yards in a loss against the Lions.
Brown saw 5 targets on Sunday, but wasn't able to do much with them. He not a guy worth rostering in fantasy, his role will diminish once Dion Sims returns from injury.
Daniel Brown caught two balls for 23 yards on three targets on Sunday.
Brown was forced into action on Sunday because of other injuries at the TE position for the Bears. He was mainly used as a blocker, and was able to haul in a couple receptions as a safety blanket for Trubisky. Brown should go back to limited playing time next week for the Bears.
Daniel Brown caught 2 of 4 targets on Saturday for 19 yards through the air.
Brown has been the Bears' most productive tight end in the absence of Zach Miller, but he hasn't come close to fully replacing Miller's production. With rookie running back Jordan Howard coming into his own and the passing game relying on the likes of Matt Barkley, Cameron Meredith, and the evil doppelgÃ¤nger of Alshon Jeffrey, this won't be a pass-first team anytime soon. Brown is best avoided for fantasy purposes for the time being.