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Week 3 Outlook
Mike Gesicki had himself a day against the Bills in Week 2, catching 8-of-11 targets for 129 yards and a touchdown.
The catches and yards were both career-highs for the 24-year-old. Gesicki was a true matchup nightmare for Buffalo's back-seven. Fantasy managers should consider Gesicki a low-end TE1 for Week 3 against the Rams.
Mike Gesicki caught 3-of-5 targets for 30 scoreless yards in the Dolphins' 21-11 Week 1 loss to the Patriots.
The entire Miami passing offense struggled against New England's elite secondary. Gesicki should have better days in the future as he looked impressive on his limited action in this one. However, it might not come right away. Consider Gesicki a high-end TE2 next Sunday against the Bills.
Dolphins TE Mike Gesicki (glute) logged another limited practice Thursday.
Not much concern here for Gesicki’s prospects of playing in Week 1. He’s likely to log a full practice Friday, but keep an eye on the injury report regardless.
Mike Gesicki (glute) was limited in Wednesday's practice ahead of Week 1.
Gesicki is a popular late-round breakout candidate at the tight end position. His injury is of no concern to his Week 1 availability.
According to the Dolphins initial 2020 depth chart, it’s Durham Smythe, not Mike Gesicki, who is listed as the starting tight end.
We’ve heard all offseason that Chan Gailey offenses don’t target the tight end very much, and this move seems to be in line with that concept. Smythe is a strong blocker and can open up holes in the run game. Gesicki fantasy owners certainly hope this is just a formality, and that the third-year tight end will still be utilized often in the slot as a pass-catcher. This news is enough to knock Gesicki down a few ticks in the Week 1 rankings however.
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