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Week 4 Tight End Streamers

jimmy graham week 4 tight end streamers

The boys are back to hit you with their Week 4 Tight End Streamers article. RobbyBen, and Nate give you their favorite tight end streaming options for the week. After you see their picks, don’t forget to check out our in-depth Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups article!


Ben – Eric Ebron (ESPN rostered %: 24.4%)

Eric Ebron put himself back on the fantasy-streaming map last week with his 5/52/1 performance against the Texans. He’s performed well as both a blocker and a pass-catcher for the Steelers thus far, which has earned him more snaps and more targets than his teammate Vance McDonald. With Diontae Johnson questionable for week 4, Ebron is in line for additional targets against a Tennessee defense that has allowed 7+ fantasy points to tight ends through week three.



Nate – Mo-Alie Cox (ESPN rostered %: 8.6%)

You’re probably thinking I am crazy here because Jack Doyle is playing again, but Mo-Alie Cox is the starting TE for the Colts. Just look at last week – he was the TE playing early and often and he caught a touchdown. In total, Cox played 60% of snaps and would have played more if this game wasn’t a laugher by the middle of the second quarter. He’s a more talented TE than Jack Doyle. The Colts realized it; so should you. 



Robby – Jimmy Graham (ESPN rostered %: 13.3%)

I hate chasing fantasy points, but the trending sign will continue to point up for Graham after Week 4 against the Colts. Graham has run the 8th most routes at the TE position, he is tied for 11th in targets with 17, and he already has three touchdowns on the year. The Colts have allowed the least amount of points to the position thus far, but that is more of a testament to the tight ends they have faced thus far in Tyler Eifert, Kyle Rudolph, and Chris Herndon. It truly is 2020 when Jimmy Graham is relevant in fantasy again. Fire him up for Week 4.

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