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What to do with Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister in Week 15 fantasy football

We go over the fantasy football outlook of Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister ahead of the Seahawks Week 15 matchup against Washington.

David Moore #83 of the Seattle Seahawks celebrates with Will Dissly #89 after scoring a 3 yard touchdown against the New York Jets during the third quarter in the game at Lumen Field on December 13, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

The Seattle Seahwaks haven’t had an insane amount of production from their tight ends this season. That shouldn’t be expected to change this week as they take on a pretty stingy defense in the Washington Football Team.

Fantasy Football analysis: Seahawks TEs Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister

Both Will Dissley and Jacob Hollister haven’t done a whole lot for fantasy owners this season.

Dissley has seen just one game with 5+ targets and has only two touchdowns on the season.He also has never eclipsed the 50-yard mark receiving.

Hollister, has seen the ball even less and has just one game where he’s totaled more than 25 yards receiving, but does have one 60-yard game.

The Washington Football Team’s defense is good against the pass and barely gives up any fantasy points to wide receivers. However, the team struggles a bit more against tight ends. The Seahawks might try to get them more involved like they did against Buffalo, where they had a combined 86 yards on eight targets. But that’s saying a lot when those numbers are the most productive your TE unit has been this season.

Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation

Sit them both.