George Kittle is back this week! If you are anything like me, you are more than excited to get your number two draft pick back. If you aren’t like me, you may be looking for some Week 4 fantasy football streamers to fill your tight end spot. Look for these three players to be potential fill-ins for your team this week.
Week 4 Fantasy Football Streamers | TEs
Dalton Schultz, DAL (vs. CLE)
Dalton Schultz is currently the 16th-best tight end in fantasy footballs. He is only owned in 26% of ESPN fantasy leagues. The value that comes out of Schultz is in the fact that Dak Prescott has the most pass attempts through the first three weeks. With Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and CeeDee Lamb all basically playing the role of the field stretcher, Schultz should be able to work the middle of the field when Prescott can’t find anyone deep. Dallas also faces Cleveland this week, who has been known to struggle against tight ends. Look for Schultz to thrive in a matchup against a struggling Browns defense.
Check out our Week 4 Fantasy Football Rankings, including scoring settings for PPR and half PPR leagues! Ranking are updated throughout the week.
Eric Ebron, PIT (vs. TEN)
One of these games is going to be the Eric Ebron game in Pittsburgh. The only worry is the status of this game. Ebron recorded five receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown last week against Houston. This is optimal for Ebron owners, as it seems likes he is becoming more involved in the Pittsburgh offense. With Diontae Johnson’s status up in the air, it seems likely that Ebron will once again see a larger volume of target share. Ebron also has a very good matchup this week, facing a Tennessee defense who has given up 16 PPR points to tight ends this season. They also will have limited practice time, due to social distancing.
**UPDATE: TEN-PIT has been postponed, so Eric Ebron will not play in Week 4**
Robert Tonyan, GB (vs. ATL)
Start all of your Packers this week. Atlanta is the worst defense, as far as fantasy points given up to opposing quarterbacks this year. This game has potential for a shoot-out, and that only benefits fantasy football players. Robert Tonyan has scored in back-to-back weeks, and he is seeming to be a solid target for Aaron Rodgers in the red zone. Tonyan is currently number 17 in fantasy points and is owned in 1.5% of leagues. Given the matchup and being apart of a high-scoring offense, Tonyan may be a good sleeper pick for deeper leagues.