Brate get's the TD and OJ well 2-4 / 35 yards...In a game where Jameis throws for 400 yards. He just isn't involved in the game-plan that's painfully obvious to see.
Giants should call and play 2 TE set's with their receiving corps being what it is.
CornShute wrote:Apes wrote:CornShute wrote:Anyone here hoping the OJ gets traded to the Pats to fill the Gronk role? I am not a pats fan but I am an OJ owner trying to hold on to hope.
That seems like a pretty desperate hope.
Summarizes my fantasy season
https://thespun.com/more/top-stories/oj ... ors-latest
hard to believe most fantasy writers but he may be on the trade block
Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud reports the Bucs won't trade O.J. Howard.
Advice: Howard hasn't been utilized in the Bucs' passing game as often as most would like but that doesn't mean the Bucs are going to be trading away their young tight end. The Bucs have team control over his contract for two or three more seasons, so there's not a lot of incentive to dish him away at the moment. Howard will likely continue to see his 2-5 targets per game as a boom-or-bust TE2 in fantasy.
Mon, Oct 21
According to Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer, the Patriots inquired about O.J. Howard but were told he's not available.
Advice: Howard would make an incredible amount of sense for the Patriots, who have yet to find an adequate replacement for retired tight end Rob Gronkowski. The 2017 first-rounder has yet to click in Bruce Arians' offense, but was excellent a year ago, leading the position in yards per reception (16.6) while also showing promise as a blocker. Joining forces with Tom Brady in New England would no doubt come as a major boost to Howard's stagnant fantasy stock, though unfortunately for all of us, it doesn't appear the Bucs will entertain that possibility.
More: Sports Illustrated
davie36k wrote:I'm guessing Howard being listed as "out" this week from hammy makes him ineligible to be traded before tuesday?