Jimmy Graham is still Graham-ing, fantasy owners are still smiling

Chris Graythen

The Saints tight end added another two touchdowns in the first half of Sunday's game. We break down the fantasy implications.

New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is at it again Sunday, scoring twice in the first half. Graham accounted for all of his team's scoring through two quarters, with the Saints trailing the New York Jets 20-14.

Graham has caught all four of his targets in the game for 72 yards. His first touchdown came near the end of the first quarter, on a 51-yard completion. His second was a 10-yard pass halfway through the second quarter.

Fantasy impact: Unlike a week ago, when a hobbled Graham wasn't much of a factor for the Saints outside of the red zone, the still-injured tight end has been involved on much more of the field this week, as his 51-yard score can attest.

Regardless, there's not much analysis one can offer on Jimmy Graham. Jimmy Graham good. Jimmy Graham best tight end. Jimmy Graham play always.

Sometimes it is just that simple.

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