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Week 3 Outlook
Geoff Swaim caught both of his targets for 10 yards on Sunday as the Titans beat the Seahawks by a 33-30 score in Week 2 action.
Swaim has seen just three targets over the first two games and the 28-year-old tight end has not been able to take advantage of starter Anthony Firkser being out with an injury. Swaim can be left on the waiver wire.
The Titans and tight end Geoff Swaim have agreed to terms on a one-year deal to keep the tight end in Tennessee, according to multiple reports.
Swaim is one of those players who is a better NFL player than he is an asset in fantasy. In 2020, Swaim caught nine of his 12 targets for 83 yards and one touchdown. There is an opening at the position with fellow tight end Jonnu Smith leaving to sign with the New England Patriots in free agency, but it's likely the Titans will look elsewhere to improve the position while keeping Swaim in his role as a blocker.
Geoff Swaim caught his only target for five yards in a playoff matchup on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Ravens by a 20-13 score.
Swaim spent the season third on the depth chart at tight end for the Titans and was not heavily involved in the offense. The 27-year-old tight end will look to make the team again in 2021.
Geoff Swaim caught all three of his targets for 30 yards on Sunday as the Titans beat the Colts by a 45-26 score in Week 12 action.
Swaim actually led the tight ends in receptions for the Titans on Sunday as the team did not utilize them in the passing game. Swaim now has six catches on the season and is not worth owning in fantasy.
Geoff Swaim caught his only target for nine yards on Sunday as the Titans beat the Ravens in overtime by a 30-24 score in Week 11 action.
Swaim now has three catches on the season for the Titans. The 27-year-old tight end is third on the depth chart right now and is not worth owning in fantasy.