10 TEUs to target for fantasy football Week 17

Let’s break down the final 10 highlights to aim for for Week 17 fantasy football.

Week 17 is here! The official championship is conducted in many fantasy football leagues.

With the share hike, it’s important to take manufacturing from a stressful weekend position. With many elite picks like Darren Waller and TJ Ho Chickenon dealing with injuries, some fantasy football owners will be looking for a sleeper to pick up.

Let’s break down ten options.

10. Jared Pinkney, Detroit Lion

By role: 0.0%

The last tight group of Lions was ravaged by trauma. TJ Ho Chickenon is playing in IR with a season-ending thumb injury.

Worse still, Shane Zylstra suffered a knee injury during the Lions’ loss to the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday, and he will miss the rest of the season. Furthermore, Brock Wright landed on the reserve/COVID-19 roster on Tuesday.

Jared Pinkney could be the team’s tight starter against the Seahawks on Sunday. There’s some converse here, as the Seahawks have give up the fantasy score of sixth to face a tight finish this season.

9. Brevin Jordan, Houston Texans

Casting: 1.0%

Brevin Jordan had another solid performance last week with four receptions at 56 yards. Excluding the Week 15 game against the Jaguars, where he is dealing with a hand injury, Jordan has scored more than 9 fantasy points in four of his seven games this season.

During this period, Texans seem to be using more recruits. He’s a solid pick in the deeper leagues.

https://fansided.com/2021/12/30/fantasy-football-sleeper-tight-ends-week-17/ 10 TEUs to target for fantasy football Week 17

Huynh Nguyen

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