Tight+Ends

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Tight Ends

Jack Doyle: Doyle had his best game of the season in the Colts’ loss to the Buccaneers, catching six passes for 81 yards and a touchdown. After finishing the game with 20.1 points, Doyle reached double digits for just the second time this season. While Doyle received a season-high seven targets this week, he is not a viable fantasy option until he is able to show some consistency.

Rob Gronkowski: While Gronk has only played six out of eleven games this season, he is still one of the top tight ends in the league when he is able to stay on the field. Gronk led the Buccaneers in receiving yards with 123 off of seven receptions. The Colts were able to limit the Buccaneers strong wide receiving corps, but failed to slow down the veteran tight end. Gronk is heading into a great matchup with a weak Falcons defense where he could have another big performance. 

Dawson Knox: Although Knox was only able to haul in three passes, he was still able to find the endzone twice in the Bills Thanksgiving victory. Knox finished the game with 32 yards to total 18.2 points against the Saints. While Knox is coming off of two strong performances, he is heading into a tough matchup against the Patriots that could limit his fantasy production.

Mark Andrews: Andrews had a whopping 10 targets in the Ravens victory, but was only able to haul in four of those passes for 65 yards and a touchdown. As the lone bright spot in the Ravens offense, Andrews finished the game with a total of 16.5 points. Andrews is heading into a decent matchup against a Steelers defense that just allowed 41 points to the Bengals.

Dalton Schultz: Schultz was able to capitalize on teammates, Amari Cooper and Ceedee Lamb missing time with various injuries, catching three out of seven passes for 46 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ loss. Schultz finished the game with 15.6 points against a weak Raiders defense. As the Cowboys head into a matchup against the Saints, Schultz is only a viable fantasy option if Cooper and Lamb continue to miss time. 

Gerald Everett: Everett has not been relevant in fantasy football the entire season, but was able to post a season-high 14.7 points in the Seahawks Monday night loss. Everett caught five out of nine passes for 37 yards and a touchdown against a tough Washington defense. However, the Seahawks offense has struggled the entire season, leading to a tough season for all players involved. Until he is able to show some consistency, Everett is best left on the waiver wire.

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