• Evan Engram

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  • , New York Giants
  • 27
  • 234 lbs
  • 6' 3"
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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Evan Engram had a decent matchup last week and caught just two balls for 12 yards. He could be good, but he usually isn’t, so it’s too risky to trust him in lineups. Sit him or drop him, even though the Eagles rank dead last in aFPA to opposing tight ends.

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Evan Engram has quietly scored a touchdown in each of his past two games, and zzzzzzz….
Sorry, I fell asleep talking about Evan Engram. He’s also had at least four targets in all but one game this zzzzzzz….

Okay, I’ll try to stay awake through this. Engram is a boring fantasy option. He usually doesn’t produce. Every once in a while he lulls you into a false sense of security and then burns you with a bad game. Sit him. Trade him to someone else. Let him be someone else’s problem.

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Evan Engram scored his first touchdown of the season last week, but he finished with just 15 yards on three receptions. He somehow managed to find the end zone and still score single-digits in half-PPR formats. This week, Engram faces a Raiders defense that ranks 25th in aFPA to opposing tight ends, so there’s matchup upside. However, he’s been so unproductive, it’s hard to trust him. Leave him on waivers.

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Kansas City Chiefs

Evan Engram caught six balls last week and was second on the team with eight targets, but he still ended up with just 44 yards. Sadly, that was his second-highest fantasy game this season. The Giants' offense continues to struggle, and while there is potential for Engram with nearly all of the Giants’ receivers either hurt or coming off injury, it’s too risky to gamble on him in most leagues. There’s upside for him against a Chiefs defense that ranks 27th in aFPA to opposing tight ends, but we have him ranked just outside starting territory and it’s hard to recommend using him until he starts producing. Sit him.

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Carolina Panthers

Evan Engram had another disappointing day, despite the Giants being down three receivers after rookie Kadarius Toney left with an injury, finishing with just three catches and 24 yards on five targets. Engram hasn’t been consistently productive in a very long time, and I don’t like recommending starting him any more than I like putting him in a lineup. However, with so many teams on bye this week and Engram facing a Panthers defense that ranks 20th in aFPA to opposing tight ends, we have him ranked as a fringe starting option with upside. Start him if you must, and cross all your fingers and toes that he can produce.

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Los Angeles Rams

Evan Engram had four catches for 55 yards last week against the Cowboys. He’s struggled to get back to his elite fantasy tight end status for a couple of years now, even though he appears to finally be healthy.

That being said, Engram has some upside against a Rams defense that ranks 28th in aFPA to opposing tight ends. He also should see more targets with the Giants’ top three wide receivers all struggling with injuries. We have him ranked just outside starting material this week, but he’s not a terrible risk-reward option in a nice matchup for desperate fantasy managers.

by Brandon Niles

NYG TE Evan Engram - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Dallas Cowboys

Evan Engram returned to action last week and caught five of six targets, but he wound up with just 27 yards. Engram hasn’t been a consistent fantasy option since his rookie year, and while he definitely has the potential and athletic ability to produce, it’s too risky to put him in lineups in most leagues. This week, Engram faces a Cowboys defense that ranks 19th in aFPA to opposing tight ends, so once again, on paper, there’s reason to think he’ll be good. Still, there should be more consistent options available and he’s safe to drop.

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