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Scouting report

by Scot Berggren

JAX TE Niles Paul - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Houston Texans

Niles Paul left last week's game versus the Cowboys with a knee injury. He was coming off of a good game at Kansas City in Week 5, but it looks like he'll miss at least a couple games.

by Scott Pagel

WAS TE Niles Paul - Week 13, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 - Paul vs. Indy
Niles Paul had just one catch for 11 yards last week against the Niners. Once a position of strength in the Skins offense, the TE has pretty much disappeared since the middle of the season. Paul did a great job filling in for Jordan Reed early in the year, but really since Week 4 hasn't been on the fantasy radar and you'll find him way down our TE list this week. He's not a safe option right now.

by Scott Pagel

WAS TE Niles Paul - Week 7, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 - Paul vs. Tennessee
Niles Paul had just one catch for seven yards on two targets. It was Jordan Reed who came back and took over the TE1 role and had a big day. That seemingly leaves Paul as the backup once again. He won't be a safe option most weeks.

by Scott Pagel

WAS TE Niles Paul - Week 6, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 - Paul vs. Arizona
Niles Paul had just one catch for six yards last week on two targets. He did play 80% of the snaps coming off an ugly concussion in Week 4.

It's actually hard to believe Paul was able to suit up if you saw the hit he took against the Giants. While he played most of the snaps it was by far a huge drop in the consistent numbers he's put up since Jordan Reed has been out. The Skins TE situation is a bit murky this week and on top of it the Cards rank ninth in allowing fantasy points to TEs so it's not a great matchup. One has to wonder if Paul was still feeling the affects of the hit. On top of that, it's possible Reed is back this week as well. We rank Paul as a TE2 play this week but be sure to keep an eye on this situation.

by Scott Pagel

WAS TE Niles Paul - Week 5, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 - Paul vs. Seattle
Nile Paul had three catches for 60 yards last week. He was knocked out of the game with a concussion and didn't look himself at all after the play before exiting slowly to the locker room.

While Paul seems like a longshot to play this week, Jordan Reed was at practice Monday and could be back and ready to go. Seattle's defense, shockingly, ranks 29th in allowing fantasy points to WRs so if Paul plays he could make for a good start. We have him ranked 13th on our list. But it's looking like Reed could be back for this one.

by Scott Pagel

WAS TE Niles Paul - Week 4, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 - Paul vs. NY Giants

It was another solid day for Niles Paul last week in what wasn't a great matchup against the Eagles, who are now the top ranked team in allowing fantasy points to TEs. Still, Paul had six catches on nine targets for 68 yards.

Over the last two weeks he's averaged 10 targets starting in place of injured Jordan Reed. Reed now looks to be at least two more weeks away from a return, and as a result Paul gets the nod this week against the Giants who are ranked 27th in allowing fantasy points to TEs. Paul's a top-10 play on our list, coming in seventh this week for the Thursday night contest.

Just something to note: if Paul starts next week against Seattle as well, the Seakhawks are currently 28th in allowing fantasy points to TEs. If Paul is still on your wire, he's a very usable play the next two games.

by Scott Pagel

WAS TE Niles Paul - Week 3, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 - Paul vs. Philadelphia
Many wondered if Paul would be a safe bet for lineups with Jordan Reed out of action in Week 2. Turns out he was. He ended Week 2 with a line of 8-99-1 which included 11 targets and picked up right where he left off in Week 1.

Even with Robert Griffin III out of the game, Paul was targeted by Kirk Cousins, a good sign for Paul and fantasy owners going forward. He played on 60-of-85 snaps last week and if Reed can't go again is poised for another big day. It's an average matchup as the Birds are much improved against defending the TE these days, but could be without LB Mychal Kendricks who has really helped the Birds in this department. Paul is still considered a TE2 option.

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