• Dalton Schultz

  • TE
  • , Dallas Cowboys
  • 25
  • 242 lbs
  • 6' 6"
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Scouting report

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. New York Giants
Dalton Schultz is a predictable fantasy player at this point. He will post somewhere between 25 and 60 yards in a given week and will catch the occasional touchdown, making him a middling TE2 most weeks. Week 17’s matchup with the Giants will be no different, and Schultz is a low-upside option even if he does boast a decent target floor for the position. Schultz is an unexciting fantasy option but you could do worse at what is a barren position for fantasy.

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 vs. Philadelphia Eagles
With Andy Dalton under center, Dalton Schultz has solidified a role that keeps him in the low-end TE1 or high-end TE2 conversation on a weekly basis. Schultz has steadily gained between 30 and 50 yards each week and has a decent shot at a touchdown in the Dallas scheme. The Eagles are a middling matchup for tight ends, meaning Schultz projects for a decent floor this week even if his ceiling will always be limited. You could do worse for streaming options this week, and Schultz makes for a solid TE2 in deeper formats.

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs. San Francisco 49ers
Dalton Schultz remains an ancillary part of the Dallas passing game where he attracts a modest amount of targets but has shown dependable hands and the ability to consistently return TE2 value. Whether he can be started as a TE1 streamer largely depends on the matchup and the Cowboys' passing volume for that particular week. Week 15 brings a matchup with the 49ers, a defense that has been hard on tight ends all season. San Francisco ranks as the 4th toughest matchup in the league for tight ends based on schedule-adjusted fantasy points allowed. Schultz is best regarded as a TE2 option this week.

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 at Cincinnati Bengals
Dalton Schultz has established a decent floor as a borderline TE1 due to his consistent usage in the Dallas offense. Schultz is averaging nearly six targets per game on the season, a healthy amount for a tight end. That being said, Schultz's range of outcomes in recent games has been very narrow, showing that his ceiling is capped playing alongside Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, and Michael Gallup. The Bengals are not a tough matchup for opposing tight ends, meaning Schultz offers appeal as a streaming option this week. Consider Schultz a low-end TE1 or high-end TE2 this week.

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 at Baltimore Ravens
Dalton Schultz is not an exciting play, but he has had a fairly stable target floor since taking over the starting tight end role in Dallas. Schultz is averaging six targets per game in 2020, a number that demands attention at the tight end position. Baltimore is a tough defense in general, and that includes tight ends as the Ravens are among the ten most difficult matchups for the position according to our adjusted fantasy points allowed metric. Schultz's weekly target volume gives him a workable floor for fantasy, but his ceiling is low, especially in the difficult matchup. Consider Schultz a TE2 for Week 13.

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Washington Football Team
Dalton Schultz only turned his four catches in Week 11 into 25 yards, although he salvaged his day by catching the game-winning touchdown late. Schultz actually finished the game tied with CeeDee Lamb for second on the team in targets (6) behind only Amari Cooper (7). Schultz is not an exciting fantasy option as he primarily operates underneath for an offense that had struggled before Week 11, but he is getting enough looks from Dalton to warrant consideration as a TE2 or desperation streamer given the state of the tight end position for fantasy.

by Spencer Babbitt

DAL TE Dalton Schultz - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at Washington Football Team
Dalton Schultz emerged as a streaming option with Dak Prescott playing quarterback and throwing for massive volume in Dallas, but Prescott's injury has thrown Schultz's fantasy viability into question. With Andy Dalton under center in Week 6, Schultz saw five targets but only caught two for 35 yards. Dalton's target distribution is still uncertain and whether Schultz will see the volume or touchdown upside necessary for him to have streaming value is very much in doubt. Schultz is best left on benches until we see something from him with Dalton throwing him passes.

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