The tight end room in Seattle is a crowded one and it’s tough to tell who will be successful in any given week. The Seahawks take on the Arizona Cardinals in Week 11, who have allowed the ninth fewest points to opposing tight ends this season. Can any of these three players break out this weekend and help your fantasy team tally a win? We break down the fantasy analysis below.
Fantasy Football analysis: Seahawks TEs Greg Olsen, Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister
Greg Olsen is averaging 5.3 fantasy points per game this year, to lead all Seahawks tight ends. Unfortunately, Olsen has failed to reach double digit points since Week 3 and hasn’t received more than four targets in any game since Week 4. The tight ends are not the first place Russell Wilson looks to throw, and with receivers like Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf commanding such a high percentage of targets, there’s not much room for others to have success. Olsen is nothing more than a low end TE2 and belongs on the bench in standard leagues this week.
Will Dissly is averaging 3.8 points per game and has only received 16 total targets this season. While he has made the most of his opportunities, hauling in 13 of those targets, Dissly’s target share isn’t nearly where it needs to be to be considered a fantasy starter. The only safe place for him is on the bench this week.
Jacob Hollister brings up the rear of the tight end depth chart, averaging 3.4 points per game. He has also received a total of 16 targets this season, bringing in 12 of them. Like Dissly, the workload of Hollister does not support fantasy viability and he should remain out of lineups this week.
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Sit Greg Olsen
Sit Will Dissly
Sit Jacob Hollister