- Will Dissly, Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks’ Will Dissly has the biggest quality that you should be looking for from the Tight End position as a streamer. The ability to score touchdowns. He is a red-zone target for Russell Wilson and a touchdown machine. Granted that Dissly had a disappointing Week 1 as he struggled with a knee injury, but he did bounce back in a big way in Week 2 with a much better performance. I expect the trend to continue this week as he almost had three touchdowns last week and that continues from a strong performance last season.
- Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati Bengals
Tyler Eifert cannot make big plays anymore after his career of battling injuries. Tyler Eifert is not nearly as athletic and talented as he once was and had potential to be. However, as I mentioned above, even without his big play ability available any more he does have the ability to score in the red zone. Eifert has good hands and overall football instincts. He had just under 10 points in PPR last week with only nine receiving yards just to show how effective he can be as a streaming option.
- Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
O.J. Howard has been disappointing in the very early start of this season and was called out as such by his Head Coach Bruce Arians publicly. Cameron Brate, meanwhile, is one of the better back-up tight ends on any NFL roster and is facing a bad New York Giants D that lost a ton of talent over recent years (Olivier Vernon, Landon Collins, Eli Apple, Snacks Harrison, etc.). Brate is getting more targets than Howard at this point and could make more of those targets because of the poor Giants defense making things easier on Jameis Winston in Week 3.