It’s hard to believe we’re already entering Week 7 of the NFL season, but here we are. We hope these streaming articles have been helpful for you and your fantasy squads! Let’s jump right into our top-3 Week 7 Tight End Streamers.
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Ben – Logan Thomas (ESPN Roster %: 7.9%)
The Redskins are facing off against the Cowboys this week in an NFC East divisional matchup. Thomas had back-to-back quiet weeks in weeks 4 & 5, but returned to form in week 6 against the Giants. He is a relatively touchdown-dependent streamer, but he has the second-most red zone targets on his team and has a great matchup against a bad Cowboys defense that has allowed 13+ fantasy points to TEs in 3 out of the past 4 weeks. In a game where the Washington Football team will likely be trailing, I expect Logan Thomas to receive 4+ targets and hopefully several within the 20.
Nate – Dalton Schultz (ESPN Roster %: 42.2%)
Washington’s best asset is its defensive line, which might do a half-way decent job of slowing down Zeke, but I am not sure that even the atrocious Dallas defense can allow enough yards and points to the pitiful Washington offense to keep Dallas’s offense passing. Still, there will be passes thrown around. I am hoping for the best here, and I think Schultz finds his way into the endzone.
Cody – Jordan Akins (ESPN Roster %: 2.5%)
Green Bay just got roasted by the ghost of Gronkowski Past and among other notable tight ends, have given up lines of 4/62 to T.J. Hockenson and 4/51 to Austin Hooper. With a Vegas total of 56 points and Green Bay favored by 3 on the road, Akins should see enough targets to return a stream-worthy week.