Mike Gesicki

Mike Gesicki

TE - MIA
Height: 6' 6"Weight: 250 lbsAge: 24College: Penn State

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Week Rank (ECR) TE #26
Projection 2.6 pts

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Mike Gesicki gets heavily involved in Week 6 loss

Mike Gesicki caught three of his seven targets for 51 yards in the Dolphins' Week 6 loss to the Redskins.

Fantasy Impact

Gesicki had one more target than the leading wideout for the Dolphins, which is a great sign. However, his usage has been spotty at best thus far in 2019. Until his targets become more reliable week-to-week, Gesicki is unusable. However, here's to hoping this becomes a trend. Gesicki is an athletic marvel with tons of upside.

Mike Gesicki blanked in loss to Chargers

Mike Gesicki was targeted once in the Dolphins' Week 4 loss to the Chargers, but the ball bounced off of his hands and was caught by Preston Williams. Gesicki did not record a reception.

Fantasy Impact

Gesicki cannot be owned outside of dynasty leagues at this point, as his usage is not there and shows no signs of trending up.

Mike Gesicki used in short pass game in Week 3

Mike Gesicki caught all three of his targets for nine yards in the Dolphins' Week 3 loss to the Cowboys.

Fantasy Impact

Gesicki can be dropped in almost all formats at this point, as he isn't getting enough targets, nor is he being used downfield enough. His fantasy appeal is limited and dwindling.

Mike Gesicki catches one ball in loss to Patriots

Mike Gesicki caught one of his two targets for 11 yards in the Dolphins' Week 2 loss to the Patriots.

Fantasy Impact

Gesicki remains a highly volatile option for fantasy purposes based on unpredictable usage. Outside of dynasty leagues and very deep leagues, he does not need to be owned in fantasy football.

Mike Gesicki targeted six times in 2019 opener

Mike Gesicki caught two of his six targets for 31 yards in the Dolphins' season opener, a blowout loss to the Ravens.

Fantasy Impact

The bad news is that Gesicki's final line was disappointing, but the good news is that no other TEs were targeted and that Gesicki trailed only DeVante Parker in targets. If he continues to see strong usage in the passing game, he could vault into the TE1 conversation, but wait and see it first. He's still a risky TE2 next week against the Patriots.