The Seattle Seahwaks haven’t had an insane amount of production from their tight ends this season. That shouldn’t be expected to change this week as they take on a pretty stingy defense in the Washington Football Team.
Fantasy Football analysis: Seahawks TEs Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister
Both Will Dissley and Jacob Hollister haven’t done a whole lot for fantasy owners this season.
Dissley has seen just one game with 5+ targets and has only two touchdowns on the season.He also has never eclipsed the 50-yard mark receiving.
Hollister, has seen the ball even less and has just one game where he’s totaled more than 25 yards receiving, but does have one 60-yard game.
The Washington Football Team’s defense is good against the pass and barely gives up any fantasy points to wide receivers. However, the team struggles a bit more against tight ends. The Seahawks might try to get them more involved like they did against Buffalo, where they had a combined 86 yards on eight targets. But that’s saying a lot when those numbers are the most productive your TE unit has been this season.
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Sit them both.