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This Week Outlook
Jacob Hollister caught 2-of-6 targets for 17 yards and a touchdown in a Week 16 win over the Rams.
Hollister caught a touchdown for a second straight game. He totaled just 17 yards however on six targets. He seems to have taken over as the Seahawks’ primary tight end down the stretch, but is still limited due to his very low yards per target average.
Jacob Hollister caught 2-of-2 targets for 17 yards and a touchdown in a Week 15 win over Washington.
Hollister played on 69% of the snaps against Washington, the most he's played all season. He still saw just two targets, and isn't a recommended start moving forward.
Jacob Hollister caught 2-of-5 targets for just 11 yards in a 23-17 Week 12 win over the Eagles.
Hollister played on 57% of the snaps while Will Dissly played on 71% of the snaps in Week 12 without Greg Olsen. However, it was Hollister who saw all the targets (5) while Dissly didn't see a single target from Russell Wilson. If you're in a pinch at tight end, it seems like Hollister might be the preferred pass-catching option in Seattle while Olsen is out.
Jacob Hollister saw a season-high seven targets in Week 9 and was able to convert them into five catches for 70 yards in a 44-34 loss to the Bills.
Hollister hadn’t topped three receptions or 22 yards in any game this season, but led all Seahawks tight ends in Week 9 in both receptions and yardage. The Seattle tight end situation seems to be a revolving door, and unless there’s an injury, it’ll be hard to trust any of Hollister, Greg Olsen, or Will Dissly on a weekly basis.
Jacob Hollister caught 1-of-2 targets for one yard and a touchdown in a 38-31 win over the Cowboys in Week 3.
Hollister is firmly entrenched behind Greg Olsen and Will Dissly in the pecking order in Seattle. He came in on a heavy package at the goal line and caught a pass for a touchdown from Russell Wilson. Even with scoring a touchdown in Week 3, Hollister is best left on the waiver wire moving forward.