TE - WAS
Week 4 Outlook
Washington tight end Logan Thomas caught four of his seven targets for 31 yards in Sunday's loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Through three games this season, Thomas has caught 12 of his 24 targets for 94 yards and one touchdown. The Washington offense has been inconsistent, but if he can start hauling in more than 50% of his targets, he could have value as a streaming option at tight end going forward.
Logan Thomas caught four of nine targets for 26 yards against the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday.
Although Thomas wasn't very productive with his opportunities, it's an encouraging sign that his QB is looking for him frequently. Thomas has 17 targets in two games and if he can improve his efficiency could become a viable fantasy starter at TE.
Washington tight end Logan Thomas caught four passes for 37 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Eagles.
It's worth noting that Thomas was targeted a team-high eight times, but in an offense not exactly expected to set the league on fire, he's probably only viable as a bye-week fill in for the time being.
Logan Thomas is listed as the starting tight end on Washington’s depth chart.
Thomas developed a great rapport during camp with QB Dwayne Haskins and emerged as Washington’s top tight end. He has a good chance to set career-highs in all major receiving categories. Thomas is worth a flyer in TE-Premium scoring formats and is 41st among all tight ends in the latest expert consensus rankings.
According to head coach Ron Rivera, TE Logan Thomas has developed a great rapport in camp with Dwayne Haskins.
Other reports have also talked about Thomas’ emergence as the top tight end in camp, culminating in positive comments from the head coach. Thomas was thought to be in a battle with Jeremy Sprinkle for the starting job earlier in the offseason, but it sounds like Thomas has emerged from the two as the likely option to start for Washington this season.