Week 5 was a difficult one for tight end streamers, but with Austin Seferian-Jenkins coming in at TE9 last week, my honor (such as it is) remains.
Sunday was a brutal day in the NFL, with serious injury befalling several marquee players. The 2017 season is already over for stars Odell Beckham and Texans duo J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus, while lesser lights Dwayne Harris and Chris Conley also saw their campaigns end early. Another serious-looking injury
With Week 5 comes the beginning of the accursed bye weeks and a time when streaming can become somewhat tricky. It is fortunate for you then, dear reader, that our suggestions are coming in after a hot Week 4.
At the start of the season, many fantasy writers and players were excited about the Bengals Tyler Eifert. Coming into the season at 100 percent, he was a potential beneficiary if Andy Dalton bounced back from a disappointing 2016.
After a somewhat disappointing effort in Week 2, my tight end streamer suggestions came good last week. Of my three suggestions, Jared Cook finished as TE7, Ben Watson took TE12 honors, while only Eric Ebron let the side down completely, finishing as he did at TE32.
Two years after spending the 70th overall selection on him, the Houston Texans pulled the plug on wide receiver Jaelen Strong on Monday. He was not homeless for long, as divisional foes Jacksonville claimed him on waivers. The Jaguars were certainly in need of reinforcements at the WR position, following the
It should be noted that the tight end advice I gave to you in Week 1, dear readers, was pretty close to being right on the money. I just want you all to remember that when you consider the results of Week 2. Jesse James and Jared Cook managed bottom
Despite letting Terrelle Pryor walk this past offseason, the Cleveland Browns seemed confident enough in their starting wide receivers Corey Coleman and Kenny Britt going into 2017. Through two games, it is fair to say that the results have been mixed. Britt has done an admirable job of looking like Browns era Dwayne Bowe in
After the Bengals emulated the 1939 Philadelphia Eagles in starting 0-2 at home with zero touchdowns, the writing was pretty much on the wall for someone within the organization.
Week 1 is in the books, and we are back once again to guide you through the murky waters of tight end streaming. To be honest, the upcoming week is not great for streaming options. However, when I made this point to the editors here at RotoViz, they made the