I ignored my gut last week (never an easy thing to do) and attempted to out-think the room.
Welcome to Tight End Streamers Week 9. If you weren’t streaming before the injuries to Greg Olsen, Jordan Reed, Tyler Eifert, and Charles Clay. You probably are now. Especially with all of the byes. We’re glad to have you with us.
If you have but one ambition during your time on this mortal coil, it should be to find someone who loves you as much as Eagles GM Howie Roseman loves making trades. On Tuesday, he was at it again, sending one of the team’s fourth-round picks in 2018 to the
Tight End Streamers provides weekly options for owners without a Rob Gronkowski or Zach Ertz on the roster.
With the trade deadline approaching, the Chicago Bears bolstered their beleaguered wide receiving corps on Wednesday. They sent a conditional seventh-round pick in 2018 to the Los Angeles Chargers for Dontrelle Inman. Inman’s contract is due to expire at the end of this season, and despite a solid 2016 season, he’s
Week 6 was a good week for our tight end streaming suggestions, but it could have been so much better.
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.