Let’s break down 10 tight end sleepers to target for fantasy football Week 6.
With Week 6 of the NFL season officially underway, let’s take a look at ten fantasy football tight end sleepers.
10. Donald Parham Jr., Los Angeles Chargers
Donald Parham has scored a touchdown in back-to-back weeks. In fact, Parham would have scored a touchdown in three of the last four games, but he had a touchdown nullified due to a penalty in Week 2.
Parham will have a good opportunity to get into the end zone again this Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, who are allowing the third-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends.
He is a touchdown-dependent play in deeper leagues.
9. Demetrius Harris, Arizona Cardinals
Maxx Williams was in the midst of a breakout season with 38.9 fantasy points from Week 2 to Week 4. Unfortunately, he was just placed on the IR with a knee injury.
As a result, the Cardinals’ top two options at tight end will be Darrell Daniels and Demetrius Harris. Daniels is known for his blocking ability; he has not been targeted in four games this season.
Harris is the safer bet to pick up targets in Williams’ absence. Harris was targeted three times in the Cardinals’ Week 1 victory over the Tennessee Titans. In addition, he has nine receiving touchdowns in his career.
Harris has intriguing potential in Arizona’s offense. The Cardinals are currently scoring the fourth-most points per game in the NFL.