TE - PHI
Jason Croom caught two of his three targets for 27 yards in the Bills' preseason win over the Vikings.
Croom is likely on the outside looking in at final roster cuts, but even if he makes the roster, he will struggle to get playing time. Even then, the Bills' TE position will not likely carry much fantasy value. All arrows are pointing down for Croom in fantasy in 2019.
Jason Croom caught two of his four targets for 32 yards in the Bills' Week 17 win over the Dolphins.
Croom started out the year as a largely unknown player, but has enjoyed the starting role for much of the second half of the season after Charles Clay did a lot of nothing to start the year. Croom doesn't appear to present much potential as a fantasy starter, so he probably won't be more than a role player. Don't expect him to make noise in 2019 fantasy drafts.
Jason Croom caught four of his six targets for 55 yards and fumbled once in the Bills' Week 16 loss to the Patriots.
Croom has enjoyed a few solid games this year, as Charles Clay has become a non-factor. Croom can't be used in fantasy leagues yet, but may work his way into a starting role for 2019, so is a name to keep an eye on until then.
Jason Croom caught two of his three targets for 16 yards in the Bills' Week 12 win over the Jaguars.
Nothing worthwhile to see here -- Croom is a part of the offense, but not a critical enough component to carry reliable fantasy value. Look elsewhere even if you are streaming TEs.
Jason Croom caught his only target for a 26-yard touchdown in the Bills' Week 3 win over the Vikings.
The play resulted because of a blown coverage, leaving Croom wide open to walk into the end zone. This stat line will be a blip on the radar. No need to rush out and claim Croom from waivers.