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by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 at Atlanta Falcons

Cameron Brate saw a ridiculous 14 targets last week as the led the Bucs in receptions (10) and receiving yards (73). Brate took over as the main tight end after O.J. Howard was benched following his botched reception that led to an interception. Considering Brate's workload last week, he can be viewed as a low-end TE1 against the Falcons in Week 12. Atlanta is allowing an average of 12.16 to tight ends this season, but expect Brate to split that production somewhat with Howard.

by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 at Seattle Seahawks

Cameron Brate was OK filling in for OJ Howard last week. He finished 3-32 on six targets. If Howard sits out again in Week 9 then expect similar numbers from Brate as he faces the Seahawks. He's essentially a touchdown-or-bust candidate against a Seahawks defense that's allowed four touchdowns to tight ends this season.

by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Tennessee Titans

O.J. Howard will likely miss this week due to injury, which means Cameron Brate will step up. Brate has been somewhat productive this season playing below Howard as he has just 57 yards less than Howard and two more touchdowns. He could be a decent play this week against a Titans defense that's allowing an average of 13.59 points to tight ends this season.

by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. Atlanta Falcons

Cameron Brate finished with eight yards on two catches last week. He's only topped 30 yards twice this season (36, 34) and is really a touchdown-or-bust option against the Falcons in Week 17.

by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Dallas Cowboys

Cameron Brate caught one pass for nine yards last week. That's now six games this season where Brate has one reception or less, although to be fair he was playing back up to O.J. Howard for most of those. Still, Brate hasn't offered much value this season outside of touchdowns. He's a TD-or-bust option against Dallas.

by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 at Baltimore Ravens

Cameron Brate caught two passes for 12 yards last week, but he scored on both of his receptions. This is now eight games where Brate has finished below 20 yards, and he's not being used in the open field like O.J. Howard was. But he is a strong red zone threat, scoring six times this season. He's a touchdown-or-bust TE1 this week in a favorable matchup against the Ravens.

Baltimore has one of the league's best defenses, but has allowed the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing TEs. A tight end has scored in six of the last seven games against Baltimore, so Brate has a good shot at finding the end zone.

by Jordan Heck

TB TE Cameron Brate - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 vs. New Orleans Saints

Cameron Brate hasn't quite filled in O.J. Howard's large shoes that were left to fill. He had just 36 yards on three catches in a favorable matchup last week, and had 26 yards in the game prior. He remains a redzone threat, but he's a touchdown dependent option in a tough matchup against the Saints this week. He's a low-end TE1 choice.

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