Jermaine Gresham Disappoints Fantasy Owners

May 22, 2012; Cincinnati, OH USA; Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham (84) during organized team activities at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-US PRESSWIRE

Jermaine Gresham had another quiet day for the Bengals. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cincinnati Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham had a slow fantasy Week 2, catching four of five targets for 37 yards against the Cleveland Browns. The Bengals went on to beat the Browns 34-27.

Fantasy Impact: Gresham was mostly an afterthought in the Bengals' offense today - early all of his yards came on one 22-yard pass late in the 4th quarter. He also added a false start and holding call on top of a forgettable performance. Coming on the heels of a lackluster Week 1 (three catches, 30 yards), it's not the kind of start fantasy owners were hoping for. You should probably bench him next week when the Bengals face the Redskins.

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