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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2022 Draft Rankings

Brevin Jordan Note
Brevin Jordan photo 26. Brevin Jordan (at IND)
The Miami product enjoyed a decent rookie season, finishing with a 19% target rate per route run and four top-12 weekly finishes over his last nine games.

Jordan also dominated the receiving usage over the team's last two games, running 40 routes to Pharaoh Brown's 18 and Anthony Auclair's five. It's a great sign that Jordan should lock down the primary receiving role at tight end in Houston, especially with Jordan Akins signing with the New York Giants this offseason.

It's easy to envision Jordan carving out a solid receiving role in a lackluster/unproven receiving corps behind Cooks. He's an athletic tight end with YAC-ability that I will gladly draft as my second or third tight end across any squad.
12 weeks ago
O.J. Howard Note
O.J. Howard photo 39. O.J. Howard (at IND)
Once regarded as an up-and-coming elite fantasy TE, Howard has been useless the last two years. Even with the move to Buffalo, it seems unlikely that Howard will become an impact fantasy contributor unless an injury were to strike Dawson Knox.

At 27 years old, the verdict isn't really totally out on Howard, with tight ends not traditionally not firing until their second contract. He has at times performed at an elite level in the NFL - he was PFF's second-highest-graded tight end in 2018. He just needs to carve out a bigger role, where he can do damage as a receiver.
14 weeks ago
Jordan Akins Note
Jordan Akins photo 90. Jordan Akins (at IND)
Teagan Quitoriano Note
Teagan Quitoriano photo 107. Teagan Quitoriano (at IND)
Mason Schreck Note
Mason Schreck photo 192. Mason Schreck (at IND)