Robert Housler, TE, Bears
2015 Outlook:Last updated on Aug-20-2015 by Shawn Childs
The cupboard is pretty bare at tight end for the Browns in 2015. Housler offers the most receiving upside. He secured 45 catches in 2012 and 39 in 2013 with the Arizona Cardinals. Last year, Rob lost his starting job to John Carlson, which led to him catching only nine passes for 129 yards and no TDs on 17 targets. Last year, Cleveland completed 53 passes for 809 yards and three TDs to their tight ends. Housler can't match the talent of Jordan Cameron, so I expect Browns TEs to have no consistent value on the fantasy market. Housler has low upside and is nothing more than a bye-week fill-in or short-term injury cover.
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