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This Week Outlook
Jordan Akins caught two of his three targets for 38 yards in a loss to Jacksonville.
Akins led the Texans’ tight end group in receptions and receiving yards Sunday. Fantasy managers should feel comfortable leaving Akins out of lineups in Week 18 when the Texans take on the Colts.
Jordan Akins caught all three of his targets for 39 yards in a 19-14 win over the Titans.
Akins did most of his damage on one 30 yard reception. The 30-year-old tight end is not seeing enough of a target share to be fantasy viable. Fantasy managers can leave Akins out of their lineup in Week 17.
Jordan Akins caught three of his six targets for 22 yards and one touchdown in a loss to the Chiefs Sunday.
Akins found the end zone on a 12 yard pass to give Houston the lead in the third quarter. The 30-year-old veteran has been fairly inconsistent this season, making him a tough start for fantasy managers. Akin and the Texans will take on the Titans in Week 16.
Jordan Akins tallied caught one of his two targets for five yards in a 27-23 loss to Dallas.
Akins was seemingly a favorite target of Kyle Allen over the last two weeks, registering 11 targets during that span. With Davis Mills returning as the starting quarterback, Akins fell back down to a much lower target share. Fantasy managers can safely leave Akins on the waiver wire.
Jordan Akins caught three of his six targets for 21 yards in a 27-14 loss to the Browns Sunday.
Akins has seen 11 total targets since Kyle Allen has taken over for Davis Mills. The 30-year-old is splitting time with the other tight ends on the roster, making it a toss up on who to trust from the Texans’ offense. Houston will take on Dallas in Week 14.