TE - FA
Week 4 Outlook
Daniels had one reception for 15 yards against the San Diego Chargers.
Daniels was a popular sleeper pick at tight end to enter the season, but he failed to deliver on that potential. Denver's offense was never as good as expected and this negatively affected Daniels' production throughout the season.
Daniels had five receptions for 70 yards against the Bengals on Monday night.
This was one of Daniels' most productive games of the season but don't count on it to continue next week. You should look elsewhere at tight end if your fantasy championship is in Week 17.
Daniels had five targets but just two receptions for 14 yards in Week 15 against the Steelers.
There is no reason to own Daniels in nearly any league at this point in the season.
Davis received four targets and had three receptions for 43 yards against the Raiders.
Daniels has not seen many targets this season, and at this point that seems unlikely to change. Vernon Davis seems to have taken over as the prominent receiving tight end for the Broncos, meaning you should look elsewhere for a starting tight end.
Daniels converted three targets into two receptions but for only 13 yards.
The Broncos have officially turned into a Gary Kubiak offense, meaning that they will be running the ball a lot. With that said, don't expect Daniels to turn in consistent performances moving forward.