Bye weeks have officially come and gone for the 2015 season and what a ride it's been. Everyone fromto has had their name called upon at some point over the course of the last two months, results be damned. With all the top options now available for each and every team, it likely means the end of streaming as we know it.
Or does it?
is currently owned in 55 percent of ESPN standard leagues but has suddenly seen an uptick in opportunities. In fact, Davis played in 68.1 percent of the ' offensive snaps on Sunday and recorded a season-high 68 yards on six receptions with under center. With Osweiler scheduled to make his second start this Sunday against the , it wouldn't be too far-fetched to consider Davis an under-the-radar sleeper.
could also make for an interesting starter against the on Sunday. With in the lineup, Miller has recorded the second-most targets and receiving yards for the (trailing only ). Miller received a total of only 10 targets with both and at the helm. Yes, he's in Seattle, but the Seahawks have quietly allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends.
Who ever said streaming was dead?
Tight ends, Week 12
(DK: Daniel Kelley; DC: Dan Ciarrocchi; AM: Andrew Miller; JD: John Daigle; SK: Scott Kaliska)
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