Washington Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen will continue to be the primary tight end in Week 15. Paulsen has taken over for rookie Jordan Reed, who has been declared out for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons due to a concussion.
Reed has been out since sustaining the concussion in Week 10. He has yet to pass the required protocols from the NFL to be eligible to play. Reed was ruled out on Saturday as well, meaning Paulsen will get the start.
Paulsen has been a factor over the past two weeks. Against the New York Giants in Week 13, he caught three passes for 41 yards and a touchdown. Against the Kansas City Chiefs in his last outing, he had three receptions for 44 yards and another touchdown. Scoring in consecutive weeks is definitely a good sign for fantasy owners.
Fantasy Sit/Start: Reed was developing into a solid fantasy option, but Paulsen has been effective in his place. If you relied on Paulsen in previous weeks, there's no reason to keep him out against the struggling Falcons. Paulsen shouldn't be the top tight end option, but if he finds the end zone again, who will complain?