2020 Fantasy Football Week 7 Tight End Streaming

by Dylan Clemons
2020 Fantasy Football Week 2 Tight End Streaming

Welcome back Fantasy nerds, this time for the 2020 Fantasy Football Week 7 Tight End Streaming article! This is an interesting week for tight ends this week.

Hopefully, after the first six 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 Vikings, Colts, Ravens, Dolphins.  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 6 matchup. The 2020 Fantasy Football Week  7 Tight End streamers will highlight TE’s owned in under 50% of NFL.com’s leagues.

2020 Fantasy Football Week 7 Tight End Streaming

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Logan Thomas, Washington Football Team (1.4% owned)

He's back. Logan Thomas made this article a few times earlier this season, and unfortunately, he disappointed. The fact of the matter is Thomas is still getting a good bulk of the targets in Washington.

He finally found the end zone last week for the first time since Week 1. He caught three of four targets for 42 yards and that touchdown. He has had at least four targets in every game this season. He seems to be the number two option in this passing game. The targets now coming from Kyle Allen seem a little better than they did from Dwayne Haskins.

The Matchup

The matchup is a solid one for Thomas this week, as they play the horrid Cowboys defense. The Cowboys defense has been picked apart every game that they have played. They haven’t been horrible against opposing tight ends, but haven’t been good either. They have given up 9.3 points per game to opposing tight ends, which is 12th best in the league. If you need a streamer this week, Thomas is your man.

Dalton Schultz, Dallas Cowboys (44.7% owned)

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Dalton Schultz seems to be a mainstay in this article. The last few times he was on here, I thought it was his last time because he would perform so well that he would be rostered in more than 50% of leagues, but I was wrong.

Since his 17 point performance in Week 4, he has combined for only nine total fantasy points the last two games. Fortunately for Schultz and his owners, I feel this is the week he bounces back.

The Matchup

As we said above in the Logan Thomas part of the article, The Cowboys play the Washington Football team this week. The Football Team has allowed 25.8% of their opponents' passing production to tight ends, which is the third-highest mark in the league. We've watched them allow four different tight ends to produce top-15 numbers, including Gerald Everett, Dallas Goedert, and Zach Ertz. Plug Schultz into your lineup and feel confident about it.

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Anthony Firkser, Tennessee Titans (0.3% owned)

Anthony Firkser is a name that is making this article for the first time this year. Unfortunately, his name pops up on this list because Jonnu Smith went down with an ankle injury in Week 6. It’s sounding like Smith won't be ready for this game.

Once Smith went down, Firkser sure made the most of it. He caught eight of nine targets for 113 yards and a touchdown. He looked like a stud and should continue to look like one considering how much the tight end is used in this offense.

The Matchup

The Titans play the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, which many are saying is the game of the week. The Steelers have a solid defense, but they just lost arguably their best defensive player in Devon Bush to injury, so the middle of the field should be open for Firkser to eat. There is so much volume available in this offense of the Titans, so as long as Jonnu is out, Firkser is a borderline TE1.

Bargain Bin Option

Darren Fells, Houston Texans (2.5% owned)

Darren Fells is in this article again. This is the third time he has made this article. You may be tired of seeing his name, but when he is the TE1 in the offense, all he does is produce.

With Jordan Akins being sidelined the last two weeks with injury, Fells has capitalized. He has caught eight of nine targets the last two weeks and has two touchdowns. As long as Akins is on the sideline, Darren Fells is a definite play.

The Matchup

The Texans draw the Green Bay Packers this week. If the Texans have any chance of winning this game, they will have to win in a shootout, so that should bold well for Fells and the rest of Texans' offense. The Packers have been tough against opposing tight ends, however. I’m still okay starting Fells because of his touchdown upside.

This Concludes the 2020 Fantasy Football Week 7 Tight End Streaming article. If you like what you read please follow me @dclemons2222 for more fantasy football content!

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