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Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham scored in Week 6. We breakdown the fantasy implications.
Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham had a decent outing in Week 6 versus the Cleveland Browns. Gresham found the end zone on Sunday, finishing the day with 3 grabs for 68 yards. The TD broke his dry spell -- most of the touchdowns have been through the wide receivers.
Gresham hasn't been the impact tight end the organization hoped he'd be when they drafted, but he has his good days. Despite his efforts against the Browns, his team suffered a loss.
Fantasy Analysis: Gresham has been hard to predict for fantasy owners. He certainly is not a must-start, but he has the potential to warrant a spot in your lineup. The Bengals have become a gun-slinging team, and Gresham should see more regular production.
Keep in mind, Sunday's performance was against the Browns, who don't exactly have a top-tier defensive unit. Gresham was also held to only 3 catches, which won't help you in PPR formats.