TE - WAS
Week 5 Outlook
Logan Thomas secured a team-high five catches, gaining 19 yards Sunday.
Thomas was used in the quick pass game more in Week 4, but the lack of firepower in the Commander's offense did not lend itself to many red zone opportunities for the big tight end. Looking ahead, Thomas could see a heavy dose of all-pro safety Kevin Byard next week and it would most likely be beneficial for fantasy managers to turn elsewhere in Week 5.
Logan Thomas caught two passes for five yards in the Commanders' Week 3 loss.
Thomas caught a pass inside the five-yard line but did not score. Thomas is reliant on TDs as many tight ends are, and in a week where he does not find pay dirt, it is not too surprising to see him disappoint. Thomas should be considered a low-end streaming option week-to-week.
Logan Thomas caught three of his five targets for 37 yards and a TD on Sunday.
Thomas found the end zone for the first time this season in the second half but was also the target of Wentz's lone INT. Wentz is going to have to be more accurate throwing down the seams if Thomas is going to see big games with big yardage in 2022. Thomas is a solid red zone threat though, making him a fine streaming option at fantasy football's weakest position.
Logan Thomas returned from his torn ACL Sunday, as he was targeted six times catching three of them for 45 yards.
Thomas will most likely have to be eased back into the fold as he suffered a season-ending torn ACL about nine months ago. Thomas should be a solid red zone option for Carson Wentz throughout the year, as Wentz has a history of peppering his tight ends with targets historically. He should be considered a starting TE option in very deep leagues but for the most part, he belongs on your fantasy team's bench.
Logan Thomas is officially active for the Commanders' Week 1 game against the Jaguars.
Thomas was expected to play in the game, which comes about nine months after he tore his left ACL and MCL. He had been practicing with a brace on his left leg, and it's unlikely that he'll get a full complement of snaps in this first game. Thomas should be a fantasy asset all season, but fantasy managers should play it safe this week and take a wait-and-see approach with him.
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