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What to do with Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister in Week 16 of the fantasy football playoffs

We go over the fantasy football outlook of Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister ahead of the Seahawks Week 16 matchup against the Rams.

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

Seattle Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen is eligible to come off injured reserve, but he did not play in the last game. Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister have been manning the position, so here’s a look at the two of them as we get closer to kickoff.

Fantasy Football analysis: Seahawks TEs Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister

In the Seahawks last time out, there wasn’t a whole lot of volume at the tight end position. Russell Wilson had season lows in yards, completions and yards, so targets were limited. Hollister caught two passes for 17 yards including a 10-yard touchdown, while Dissly was not targeted in the game.

The Seahawks will face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, and the Rams have the best defense against the pass in yards per game allowed through the air. In the Rams last game, they allowed New York Jets tight end, Chris Herndon, to catch three passes for 48 yards.

Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation

Neither Dissly or Hollister should be considered for fantasy purposes this weekend.