Houston Texans tight end Garrett Graham (hamstring) is listed as questionable and could be heading toward a game-time decision for the team's Week 15 game against the Indianapolis Colts. Graham didn't practice at all this week but has not been ruled out. Ian Rapoport is reporting the team "expects to be without" the tight end.
Fantasy Impact: Owners likely won't know Graham's status until the inactives are released and should have a back up plan ready to go. Graham has done a solid job stepping into the starting role since Owen Daniels went down with a leg injury. Graham has been averaging 5.3 receptions per game over the last three weeks and has caught five touchdowns on the year. While his season hasn't been good enough to consider this a break out year for Graham, he has certainly exceeded low expectations.
Graham will be taking on the Colts, who are a top-10 fantasy defense against tight ends. The match up, lingering injury and inconsistent lay of rookie quarterback Case Keenum don't exactly present a recipe for fantasy success. Graham will be a limited upside TE2 in Week 15. Owners need to continue to monitor the situation and have a back up ready to go.