Let’s break down 10 tight sleepers to target fantasy football week 6.
As Week 6 of the NFL season officially begins, let’s take a look at ten fantasy football tight-end sleepers.
10. Donald Parham Jr., Los Angeles Chargers
Donald Parham has scored a touchdown in consecutive weeks. In fact, Parham would have scored a touchdown in three of the last four games, but had negated a touchdown due to a penalty in Week 2.
Parham will have a good opportunity to get back into the end zone this Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, who allow the third most fantasy points for opposing tight ends.
It is a touchdown dependent game in lower leagues.
9. Demetrius Harris, Arizona Cardinals
Maxx Williams was in the middle of a breakout season from Week 2 through Week 4 with 38.9 Fantasy Points. Unfortunately he was only placed in the IR with a knee injury.
As a result, the Cardinals’ top two options will end up being Darrell Daniels and Demetrius Harris. Daniels is known for his ability to block; he has not been targeted in four games that season.
Harris is the safer choice for picking up targets in Williams’ absence. Harris was targeted three times in the Cardinals’ Week 1 win over the Tennessee Titans. In addition, he has received nine touchdowns in his career.
Harris has fascinating potential in Arizona’s offensive. The Cardinals currently score the fourth most points per game in the NFL.