Jimmy Graham

#88 | Seattle Seahawks | TE

Player Profile

Jimmy Graham
  • Projected Points7.88
  • Next GameWeek 12
  • OpponentSan Francisco 49ers
  • StatusHealthy
  • Bio
  • Height6'6"
  • Weight259
  • Age31
  • Date of BirthNovember 24, 1986
  • CollegeMiami
  • Experience8th Season
  • Draft
  • Year2010
  • Round3
  • Pick95
  • TeamNO

Latest News

  • Jimmy Graham Will Get More Chances

    Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham finally appears to be in the coaches' good graces, as he's now becoming a prime target for the Seattle offense. Graham has caught four or more balls in four of his last five contests, and he's racked up six touchdowns in that span. With Seattle's atrocious offensive line, it makes sense that they would particularly focus on short passes to Graham and wide receivers running shorter routes, and it's been proving successful. Expect Graham to see plenty of chances Monday night, even if he is facing one of the stingiest passing defenses in the league.

    2 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Jimmy Graham, Eddie Lacy Limited In Practice

    Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham (knee) and running back Eddie Lacy (groin) were both limited in practice Monday. Graham should be fine to play Monday night against Atlanta. After going scoreless the first four weeks, Graham has exploded with six touchdowns the last five games, and he's become Seattle's go-to red-zone option. He is once again a top-tire fantasy tight end, although he's also TD-dependent. Lacy is expected to return after sitting out in Week 10. Although he could be given most of the backfield work, he'll still likely rotate with Thomas Rawls and has limited fantasy upside. Nobody in Seattle's backfield is anything more than a weak RB3/flex option.

    4 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Jimmy Graham Has Become Red-Zone Force

    Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham has scored six touchdowns in the last five games after catching two more TD passes in Week 10 over Arizona. In 27 games over his first two years with Seattle, Graham had just eight touchdowns, with five coming in the red zone. He had been a disappointment in the scoring department his first two years with the team, but the Seahawks are now throwing the ball to Graham in the red zone more often, especially lately. Russell Wilson targeted Graham 25 times in the red zone in 2015 and 2016 compared to 16 already this season, according to ESPN Stats and Information. He's seen 12 targets in the red zone since Week 4, resulting in nine catches and all six of his touchdowns. Graham's 51 career red-zone scores are only second to Rob Gronkowski's 52 since they both entered the NFL in 2010. This is more like what fantasy owners expected of Graham when he was traded over from the Saints three years ago, and he's back to being an elite TE1 option, although he's rather TD-dependent.

    4 days ago | RotoBaller


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