2020 Fantasy Football Week 10 Tight End Streaming

by Dylan Clemons
2021 Fantasy Football Tight End Busts

Welcome back Fantasy nerds, this time for the 2020 Fantasy Football Week 10 Tight End Streaming article! Time to hunker down as the playoffs approach and make the right decision at tight end.

Hopefully, after the first eight weeks of this article, it has helped you win your matchup. For those of you who don’t know what streaming a position means, it means that you don’t have a starting-caliber tight end to start week in and week out or your starting tight end is on a bye. The teams this week on a bye include the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, and the New York Jets. So you have to look to the waiver wire and try to find the best matchup possible for that week.

If you pick the right streaming tight end, that could be the difference in you winning your week or losing your week. This week is especially hard with all the teams on byes this week, so these names are deeper names than usual.

Now that you know the gist of the article, let's find you a few tight ends who can help you win your Week 10 matchup.

The 2020 Fantasy Football Week 10 Tight End streamers will highlight TE’s owned in under 50% of NFL.com’s leagues.

2020 Fantasy Football Week 10 Tight End Streaming

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Austin Hooper, Cleveland Browns (44% owned)

Austin Hooper was finally starting to get more and more involved in this Browns offense before appendicitis knocked him out of Browns' next two games. He then had a bye week and should be as fresh as ever now that he’s had three weeks to recover.

Before the injury, Hooper had 23 targets in his last three games, and 10 plus fantasy points in each game, while catching 15 balls and a touchdown in those games. He also played at least 70% of the offensive snaps as well. So he should still keep producing moving forward.

The Matchup

The Matchup for Hooper and the Browns is a solid one. They play the Houston Texans who have given up the 10th most fantasy points to opposing tight ends this season.

If Hooper is on your waiver wire, do yourself a favor and pick him up. He has a very favorable schedule moving forward as well. So you should be able to ride him all the way to the playoffs.

Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles (29% owned)

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It's not often that you’ll find two starting-caliber tight ends on the waiver wire in the same week. But along with Hooper, Goedert is in line to be a top 10 tight end for the rest of the season. He is on a team that is just starving for playmakers, and I think he can be one.

Not only will you start Goedert this week, but you should also start him moving forward. He should start being one of the focal points of this struggling offense.

The Matchup

The Eagles draw the New York Football Giants this week. The Giants have been decent about slowing opposing tight ends down for fantasy purposes. They only allow 6.3 fantasy points per game to that position.

You're not only picking up Goedert for this week however, since has solid matchups moving forward. His next five games look like this: the Giants this week, then Cleveland, Seattle, Green Bay, and New Orleans. Goedert needs to be owned everywhere.

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Jordan Reed, San Francisco 49ers (28% owned)

Jordan Reed didn’t really do a whole lot in his first game back from injury. He only caught one of two targets for three yards, but he was on a snap count. Moving forward, I like his chances of being a solid streaming candidate week in and week out, as long as he is healthy.

With the injuries to the other pass-catchers in this offense like George Kittle and Deebo Samuel, Reed is in line to see quite of few targets, even with the presence of Ross Dwelley.

 The Matchup

The matchup for the 49ers this week is a juicy one. They play the New Orleans Saints, who give up passing yardage to everyone. The Saints rank 7th in the NFL in fantasy points given up to opposing tight ends at 9.7. Reed has a solid chance to be a solid streaming candidate moving forward.

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Jacob Hollister, Seattle Seahawks (0.1% owned)

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Last week was the first week that Hollister led the tight end group with a snap share percentage at 48%. He also produced with that snap share as well. He caught five of seven targets for 60 yards. Three out of those seven targets were also red-zone targets. That bodes well moving forward.

The Matchup

The matchup is against the Los Angels Rams, who give up eight fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends. If Hollister keeps maintaining this workload he could become a very solid fantasy asset moving forward. Especially considering who is throwing him the football, quarterback Russell Wilson.

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