Owen Daniels injury update: Probable status makes him a fantasy must-start

Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE

Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels is expected to start this Sunday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels is expected to start this Sunday versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Texans' pass-catching tight end has been suffering from a hip injury, but appears ready to go this weekend.

Daniels participated in practice this week and was listed as probable by the team. Houston will have him in a division match-up against the Jags, where Daniels could be expected to be an impact player.

Fantasy Analysis: Owen Daniels has been an absolute fantasy stud. Unlike a lot of other tight ends in this league, Daniels spends the majority of his time running routes. He is the team's secondary pass-catcher behind Andre Johnson.

With Daniels in the lineup, he is a fantasy must-start. On top of playing a porous Jags defense, Daniels is an elite TE1 in Week 11.

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