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What to do with Logan Thomas in Week 10 fantasy football

We go over Logan Thomas’ fantasy football outlook ahead of Washington’s Week 10 matchup against the Lions.

Jabrill Peppers #21 of the New York Giants breaks up a pass intended for Logan Thomas #82 of the Washington Football Team in the fourth quarter at FedExField on November 08, 2020 in Landover, Maryland. Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images

Logan Thomas has done a decent job as the Washington Football Team’s starting tight end, but his opportunities have dropped in recent weeks. He appeared to get a boost in targets in Week 9 after Alex Smith replaced Kyle Allen. Let’s go over his fantasy outlook for Washington’s Week 10 matchup against the Detroit Lions.

Fantasy Football analysis: Washington TE Logan Thomas

Thomas surprisingly amassed 24 targets in Weeks 1 through 3 but only managed 20 in Weeks 4 through 9. Only Terry McLaurin and J.D. McKissic have more targets and receptions than him. Thomas has been able to establish himself as a quality red zone target and is tied for the team lead in receiving touchdowns (3). The six targets he received in Week 9 were the most he’s had in a game since Week 3. There’s no reason he shouldn’t be highly involved on a team getting little production from wideouts not named McLaurin.

Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation

Start Thomas because he’s Washington’s only reliable tight end at this point. Jeremy Sprinkle and Temarrick Hemingway have combined for two receptions on the year while Thomas has 24.