TE - San Francisco 49ers - IR
Ross Dwelley caught his lone target for 56 yards in the 49ers' Week 8 win over the Rams.
Dwelley's 56 yards accounted for a new season-high. He recorded his third reception of the season, and generally continues to split snaps with fellow backup TE Tyler Kroft. Both tight ends are off the fantasy radar as long as George Kittle is on the field.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Ross Dwelley caught his only target for a 21-yard touchdown in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Dwelley caught a 21-yard touchdown strike from Jimmy Garoppolo early in the first quarter on Sunday. It was his only catch (and target) of the ball game. It was also the backup tight end's first catch of the season. It was a bit of a flukey score so don't expect Dwelley to repeat next week against the Cardinals.
Ross Dwelley hauled in both of his targets for 28 yards during the 49ers' 33-41 loss to the Cowboys in Week 15.
Dwelley was out-targeted 2-5 and ceded a touchdown to Jordan Reed in this one. Now that Reed is healthy, Dwelley isn't one to trust on a weekly basis, especially with rumblings of George Kittle's impending return from a foot injury.
Ross Dwelley hauled in both of his targets for 20 yards during the 49ers' 15-23 loss to the WFT in Week 14.
Dwelley was out-targeted 5-2 by Jordan Reed but out-gained him 20-13. They will both likely continue capping each other's upside on a low volume 49ers' offense. Dwelley will not be a recommended fantasy option in Week 15.
Ross Dwelley hauled in both of his targets for 29 yards during the 49ers' 24-34 loss to the Bills' on Monday Night Football.
Dwelley was out-targeted 4-2 by Jordan Reed while the latter found the endzone. Dwelley had a nice time as the 49ers' TE1 but is now more of a back-end TE2 with Reed now healthy.