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by Jordan Heck

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Miami Dolphins

Vernon Davis sat out last week with a concussion, and has been limited in practice this week. He gets a favorable matchup against the Dolphins if he does play, but it's worth monitoring his health status. Even if he does play, we don't expect a whole lot. He's just outside of TE1 range.

by Jordan Heck

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 vs. New England Patriots

Vernon Davis caught just one pass in Week 4. He hasn't been practicing leading up to Week 5's game against the Patriots as he deals with a concussion. He's not a good option if he does play. But if he sits out, and Jordan Reed remains out then Jeremy Sprinkle would be next in line. He's not a good option, either.

by Jordan Heck

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at New York Giants

Vernon Davis went 2-30 on four targets in Week 3. If we take away his one big play of 48 yards this season, Davis has just 70 yards through three games. He'll continue to get playing time as Jordan Reed is sidelined, but he's not heavily involved in the offense. He'll make big plays here-and-there, as he did in Week 1 and several points in 2018, but he's not consistent enough to really rely on. He's a lower-end TE1 choice in a favorable matchup against the Giants.

by Jordan Heck

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 vs. Chicago Bears

Vernon Davis through two games this year has finished 4-59-1 and 3-29. That means he has 21.8 standard fantasy points on the season. Which also then means 54% of his fantasy points this season came on one play (a 48-yard touchdown). Davis may be 13th in standard fantasy scoring for tight ends this season, but it's not a clear picture. Davis isn't a strong fantasy option, especially in a tough matchup against the Bears in Week 3.

by Jordan Heck

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs. Dallas Cowboys

Jordan Reed was inactive last week, which led to Vernon Davis getting the start. He had a big 48-yard reception early, but finished the day with a 4-59 stat line on seven targets. Not bad overall, but when most the yards come on one play, it's a little worrisome for the future. Davis is just on the outside of TE1 territory, and that's only if Reed is inactive again. There's some speculation Reed could be back, and if that's the case, Davis isn't worth playing.

by Jordan Heck

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 at Philadelphia Eagles

Jordan Reed is in the concussion protocol. It's his seventh diagnosed concussion of his football career, which means Vernon Davis could see more action aside from just Week 1. Davis filled in on occasion last season, starting eight games. He averaged 33.4 yards in those seven starts, which isn't terrible, but he only caught 11 passes in those seven games. So you can likely expect about 2-3 receptions for somewhere between 30-40 yards from Davis, which makes him a TE2 option.

by Steve Andress

WAS TE Vernon Davis - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 at Jacksonville Jaguars

We're going to make this really simple for you. Washington has the lowest implied total in Week 15 at 14.5 points, a full 2.5 points lower than the next worst team. They are on their fourth quarterback. The running game has been extremely inefficient, and the starting tight end is injured now on top of previous injuries to wide receivers. There isn't a single Redskins player we feel comfortable starting in fantasy football for Week 15.

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