By Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros), Thu, Oct 1st 2020, 9:35am EDT
Even in what's been a tough matchup for tight ends, Schultz saw six targets against the Seahawks, catching four passes for 48 yards. He's now seen a 15.4 percent target share from Prescott over the last two weeks since taking over as the starter. Considering Prescott hasn't thrown the ball fewer than 39 times, that's a good percentage for a streaming tight end. The Browns have allowed three top-16 performances against them over the first three games, but there have been four tight ends who've seen at least six targets. The 1.87 PPR points per target they've allowed is right in line with the league average, so it's not a great matchup, but also not one to avoid. Teams have averaged 41.3 pass attempts per game against the Browns, so even though this is a game where the Cowboys may employ a run-heavy attack, we should see a decent number of attempts out of Prescott. Schultz is a solid high-floor TE2 who might get outshined by the Cowboys receivers, but he's proven he'll get targeted regardless.