When it comes to the tight end position in fantasy football, it can be difficult to find consistency outside of the top five. Streaming a tight end each week is very popular across fantasy leagues but the position has been a wasteland thus far with not many players emerging on the waiver wire. Read on for three fantasy football Week 10 TE streamers that are worth consideration due to either good matchups or promising target share or production in past performances.
Keep in mind, there are four teams on a bye (BAL, CIN, NE, NYJ).
Players must be owned in less than 55 percent of ESPN leagues to be included in the fantasy football Week 10 TE streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.
Fantasy Football Week 10 TE Streamers
Cade Otton Fantasy Outlook vs. SEA (8.5%)
A very underrated tight end in fantasy right now is rookie Cade Otton on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Otton has seen at least three targets in six straight games and, even with Cameron Brate getting back into the swing of things, he has still cemented his role in the offense. Tom Brady is missing his Rob Gronkowski-type weapon in his offensive scheme and, considering Otton caught the game-winning touchdown last week, the trust is there now. He’s rostered in just 8.5% of leagues right now.
Greg Dulcich Fantasy Outlook at TEN (38.1%)
It’s shocking the Greg Dulcich fantasy football ownership is still this low considering he’s posted double-digit fantasy performances in all three games he’s played in thus far and is the clear TE1 in the Denver Broncos offense. He’s caught 12-of-19 targets for over 125 yards and a touchdown in just three games and is one of the only bright spots in the offense at this point. The Tennessee Titans allow 14.8 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing tight ends thus far, which marks the sixth-highest in the league.
Cole Kmet Fantasy Outlook vs. DET (32.8%)
Cole Kmet has seen just a 4.5% ownership increase after his 22.0-point Week 9 performance, so fantasy managers haven’t officially bought into it yet. Justin Fields has looked better each game and that’ll only benefit his pass catchers, especially Kmet. If fantasy managers wanted to test if Kmet could be viable moving forward, this would be the week. The Detroit Lions allow over 15.0 FPPG to opposing tight ends thus far, the league’s fourth-highest, so if Kmet cannot at least see plenty of volume or post double-digits, fantasy managers can move on and never consider him again.
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