• Ross Dwelley

  • TE
  • , San Francisco 49ers
  • 26
  • 240 lbs
  • 6' 5"
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by Brandon Niles

SF TE Ross Dwelley - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at New Orleans Saints

Ross Dwelley caught all three balls thrown his way last week and ended up with 52 yards against the Packers. He has upside this week against a Saints defense that ranks 19th in aFPA to opposing tight ends, but it’s hard to get too excited about anyone in this offense. Plus, he’ll likely share snaps and targets with Jordan Reed, who will now be two weeks back from injury. Dwelley has some upside in very deep leagues as a desperation start, but in most formats, he should remain on waivers, at least while Reed is healthy.

by Brandon Niles

SF TE Ross Dwelley - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Green Bay Packers

Ross Dwelley had 16 yards and a touchdown on one catch last week against the Seahawks and is in line for significantly more playing time with George Kittle likely out for an extended period. That being said, Dwelley is a far cry from Kittle, and it’s risky to trust him. He faces a Green Bay defense that ranks fourth in aFPA to opposing tight ends this week, and he’s too risky, especially in a tough matchup.

Update: Dwelley might be worth gambling on as a deep-league streamer now that he'll be contending with Richie James and Trent Taylor for targets, instead of with Brandon Aiyuk and Kendrick Bourne, who are both out.

Update: Now Jordan Reed is in the mix! Dwelley is too risky now... sit him.

by Brandon Niles

SF TE Ross Dwelley - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Green Bay Packers

Ross Dwelley had a pair of touchdowns last week against the Cardinals, but he gained only 14 yards on four receptions. He has benefitted from additional targets the past two weeks without George Kittle in the lineup, doubling his season total in receptions during that time. Dwelley is more of a safety valve than a legitimate seam-stretcher like Kittle is, but he has upside as a clear red zone target based on his production last week.

No team is as bad as the Cardinals against the tight end this season, but the Packers are pretty bad, ranking 27th in aFPA to the position. Dwelley is risky, but in a world where legitimate fantasy tight ends are a rarity, it’s worth gambling on him as a streaming option in deep leagues given the opportunity and matchup.

by Brandon Niles

SF TE Ross Dwelley - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Arizona Cardinals

Ross Dwelley only had three catches for 24 yards against a vulnerable Seattle defense last week, so there’s not a lot to get excited about with him. However, if George Kittle misses the game this week against the Cardinals, as expected, Dwelley has some deep-league upside. Seven targets against an Arizona defense that ranks dead last in aFPA to opposing tight ends this year could result in a quality fantasy day for owners who are in desperation mode.

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