When Will Dissly went down for the season, it didn’t look like a tight end would emerge from Seattle’s ranks to take over his strong fantasy numbers, but Jacob Hollister has done just that. After scoring two touchdowns, including the game winner against the Buccaneers last week, Hollister has found the end zone yet again, this time against the stout 49ers defense.
So far in this matchup he’s caught 5-of-6 targets for 34 yards and a touchdown. His six targets only trail D.K. Metcalf’s seven and put him firmly in the go-to receivers for Russell Wilson, which is a great place to be.
Hollister gets a bye next week, but it will be worth making a preemptive waiver claim to get him on your fantasy team, especially if Austin Hooper has poised you for a fantasy playoff run.