Crockett Gillmore, TE, Ravens
|TE - #45||BAL||Questionable||2 years||24||6'6||270|
2015 Outlook:Last updated on Dec-06-2015 by Shawn Childs
Week 13 DFS Update (12/5): Gillmore has enough scoring ability (four TDs) and big play ability to invite upside at this price point if game score invites more targets. He has one 100-yard receiving game, while averaging 5.1 targets per game. Miami is just above the league average in TE Fantasy defense, with three teams scoring over 20 Fantasy points. They have held TEs to one catch or less in five games. I see more risk than reward here.
UPDATE (11/16): Even the most modest expectations for Gillmore have been exceeded. His stat lines don't jump off the page; however, his four TDs in his seven games is a promising sign. It's clear Joe Flacco is targeting him around the end zone. The second year TE is a bye-week pickup if you're in a pinch, but this offense has a long way to go before you're rostering him all season long.
With TE Owen Daniels no longer on the Ravens roster, Gillmore is the TE who had the most playing time in 2014 (378 snaps). He only caught 10 of his 15 targets for 121 yards and a TD. Over three years at Colorado State, Crockett caught 111 passes for 1308 yards with eight TDs. He looks like the best blocker on the team with limited upside in speed. I don't expect him to offer any real upside in the fantasy market.
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