TE - GB
Week 6 Outlook
Green Bay TE Robert Tonyan caught 2-of-3 targets for 10 yards as the Packers beat the Bears in Week 6.
Tonyan has now had four straight games of at most two catches despite the Packers being victorious in each one. Making matters worse, neither the yards or touchdowns are there for Tonyan as he is becoming too hard to trust for fantasy football purposes.
Robert Tonyan caught 1-of-2 targets for eight scoreless yards in the Packers' Week 5 win vs the Bengals.
Tonyan continues to underwhelm as he had another game of under 10 receiving yards. This combined with the inconsistency in targets and lack of touchdowns is why Tonyan is too hard to trust for fantasy purposes and will be a boom or bust TE option in Week 6 vs the Bears.
Robert Tonyan caught 2-of-7 targets for eight scoreless yards in the Packers' Week 4 win over the Steelers.
Tonyan has now been held under 10 receiving yards in 3-of-4 games. The 2020 breakout star was always destined for touchdown regression, but this has been extreme. He's a TE2 in Week 5 against the Bengals.
Green Bay Packers TE Robert Tonyan caught his lone target for six yards in a 30-28 Week 3 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Tonyan has seen his targets slowly drop from four in Week 1 to just one during an exciting Week 3 comeback win over the 49ers. He benefited from a precision throw in the red zone from Aaron Rodgers for a touchdown against the Lions in Week 2. However, the Packers' offense runs through Davante Adams and Aaron Jones. As a result, Tonyan is a TE2 but will have low-end TE1 weeks, as he is touchdown-dependent like many of the league's tight ends.
Green Bay Packers TE Robert Tonyan caught all three of his targets for 52 yards and a touchdown during Monday's 35-17 win over the Detroit Lions.
Tonyan caught a 22-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter to put Green Bay ahead for the rest of the second half of Monday night's win over the Lions. While Tonyan only played on 45.9 percent of snaps Monday night, he's a trusted target of Aaron Rodgers, particularly near the red zone. As long as Tonyan can maintain four or more targets per game moving forward, he'll always be lingering near a top-five finish for the tight end position.
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