Jimmy Graham
Jimmy Graham

Jimmy Graham

Seattle Seahawks

Jimmy Graham caught six passes for 100 yards and a touchdown in the Seahawks' win over the 49ers on Sunday. Graham also lost a fumble.

Fantasy Impact
Graham's stat line was even more impressive considering all his production came in the first half. Russell Wilson and Trevone Boykin looked Graham's way often, targeting him nine times. Graham's production likely depends on Wilson's health, but he should be a strong option in Week 4 against the Jets' leaky secondary if Wilson starts.

Category: Game Recaps

SoCalledFanEx, Mon, Sep 26th 1:16pm UTC

Jimmy Graham had 100 receiving yards and a touchdown. Wait that does not sound right? Let’s try this one. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions. Nope still seems to be a bit off. Third time is the charm. Carson Wentz had more passing yards than Ben Roethlisberger. Yes Week 3 was yet another weird week for fantasy […] The post Week 3 Fantasy Football Storylines: Jimmy Graham&rs...

Yahoo! Sports, Mon, Sep 26th 3:12am UTC

Jimmy Graham dominated Sunday (Getty) Every NFL Sunday is crazy in its own way, and Dalton Del Don and Scott Pianowski are here to sort it out. Is Jimmy Graham back into the circle of trust? Did Vincent Jackson retire and not tell anyone? What do we make of the awful performances from the Steelers, the Cardinals, and the Jets? Where do Spencer Ware owners go from here? Can anything stop Trevor Sie...

FanSided, Sun, Sep 4th 7:03pm UTC

When it comes to his Fantasy Football value heading into Week 1 of the regular season, it's best to sit tight end, Jimmy Graham. It wasn't too long ago when the Seattle Seahawks pulled off a blockbuster trade to acquire tight end Jimmy Graham from the New Orleans Saints. That trade leftfa...

RotoBaller, Wed, Aug 31st 10:00am UTC

Thus far in our "Road To" series, the focus has been on projection and fulfilling peak season ceilings. We've discussed Eli Manning becoming QB1, Carlos Hyde breaking tackles to RB1, and Brandin Cooks converting his targets into WR1. These players all had one major thing in common in that they had room for growth on top

RotoBaller, Tue, Aug 30th 10:00am UTC

The tight end is a very important position in rounding out your fantasy football line-up. Sometimes it pays to wait on taking a tight end until the later rounds if you can find good value. Listed below are two veteran tight ends that could pay huge dividends for your team from the 12th round and on.