TE - JAC
Week 14 Outlook
James O'Shaughnessy caught 2-of-6 targets for 13 yards in Sunday's Week 13 loss to the Rams.
The target volume is there with Dan Arnold injured, but there's no consistency with Jacksonville's pass catchers. The team faces Tennessee in Week 14.
James O'Shaughnessy hauled in 3-of-5 targets for 29 yards during the Jaguars 14-21 loss to the Falcons on Sunday.
Making his return since going down more than two months ago, O'Shaughnessy was heavily involved, running a route on nearly 82% of Trevor Lawrence's drop backs. If Dan Arnold is forced to miss anytime, O'Shaughnessy would make for an interesting streamer given the barren state of the tight end position.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed tight end James O'Shaughnessy on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
The tight end will now miss at least the next three weeks of action with the injury. O'Shaughnessy saw eight targets in Week 1, so a struggling Jaguars offense will miss his presence. Chris Manhertz, Jacob Hollister, and rookie Luke Farrell are behind him on the depth chart and will be asked to step into larger roles. Luke Farrell led the Jaguars tight ends in snaps in Week 2 and appears to be the next man up. Farrell is nothing more than a deep TE premium stash.
James O'Shaughnessy caught his lone target for 24 yards before exiting Sunday's game with an ankle injury.
It's unclear how serious his ankle injury is but it was severe enough to keep him out of the game. The fact that he was able to finish as Jacksonville's second-leading receiver while exiting after only three snaps is a detriment to how poor this offense has played. The team should release more information on his availability going forward in the coming days.
James O'Shaughnessy caught 6-of-8 targets for 48 yards during the Jaguars 21-37 defeat to the Houston Texans in Week 1.
Many had O'Shaughnessy pegged as a sleeper option for those streaming the position this week and while he didn't turn any heads, his performance was noteworthy, His six targets rank only behind D.J. Chark, Laviska Shenault, and Marvin Jones and it was obvious that Trevor Lawrence looked his way quite a bit. He's not a must-add at the moment but he's someone worth keeping an eye on if you punted the tight end position in drafts.