TE - NE
Week 8 Outlook
Devin Asiasi didn't receive a target in the Patriots' 35-30 Week 2 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
This wad despite the team throwing it 44 times. Asiasi is nothing more than a very deep dynasty league stash at this point. He doesn't have a target through two weeks.
Devin Asiasi didn't receive a target in the Patriots' Week 1 victory over the Dolphins.
The rookie tight end has some upside in deeper dynasty formats but he isn't on the redraft radar at all right now.
TE Devin Asiasi (ankle) was able to practice in a limited basis Wednesday.
Asiasi is dealing with an ankle injury, but was able to practice in a limited fashion Friday. He originally exited Tuesday’s practice with an ankle injury. Asiasi is expected to be ready by Week 1. The 23-year-old is competing with Dalton Keene for the Patriots starting TE gig. Asiasi is worth taking a flyer on in Tight End premium scoring leagues.
TE Devin Asiasi is blocking well and it's "really stood out," per Jeff Howe of the Athletic.
"Asiasi’s blocking has really stood out throughout camp." "He knocked Josh Uche out of a play to spring Damien Harris for a run and later helped Rex Burkhead get through a hole," Howe added. The Patriots selected Asiasi in the third round of the 2020 NFL draft, 91st overall. He is also earning praise for his work as a receiver. The 23-year-old is expected to be the Patriots' starting tight end, and is worth taking a shot on as a TE2 in Tight End Premium League formats.
Patriots rookie TE Devin Asiasi has been heavily involved and “tearing up practice,” according to multiple reporters.
The Patriots selected two tight ends in the third-round of the 2020 NFL Draft after a season with no true lead tight end. Asiasi has taken the bull by the horns and has been “tearing up practice” while fellow rookie Dalton Keene tries to follow in his footsteps. At this point, it looks as if Asiasi will be the starting TE for the Patriots, which is a big feat for a rookie.