Owen Daniels, TE, N/A
2015 Outlook: Over the Hill (decreased production)Last updated on Dec-13-2015 by Shawn Childs
Week 14 DFS Update (12/13): Over the last four games Daniels has 12 catches for 144 yards on 19 targets. Last week he was on the field for 50 plays, compared to 36 by Virgil Green and 26 by Vernon Davis. Davis suffered a concussion last week so Daniels should be in line for a bump in playing time. In Week 5 he was shutout on five targets against Oakland in what looked like a high upside matchup, after the Raiders were lit up by the TE position over the first four games of the year (32/388/6). Oakland has allowed the 3rd-most Fantasy points to TEs, with six teams scoring over 20 Fantasy points (61/706/11). Low value flier with TD upside.
Week 13 DFS Update (12/5): Daniels has nine catches for 117 yards on 11 targets in the last two games with Vernon Davis gaining more playing time. Daniels has three TDs, with one 100-yard receiving game in 2015. Over his last four games he has averaged 6.3 targets. The Chargers will give up TDs to the TE, so he may score this week. His split role with Davis makes him a low upside play.
The Broncos would love to squeeze one more season out of Daniels, but age (32) isn't on his side. Owen has produced four seasons with 50 receptions or more and four seasons with 650 or more yards receiving. He has scored 33 touchdowns in 115 games throughout his career. His resume at tight end is by far the best on the team and he does a good job working the middle of the field. If Daniels can stay healthy, he could be in for a 60-catch, 650-yard season with half a dozen TDs.
Denver Broncos TE Owen Daniels
2015 Mock Draft Results
August 5th, 2015
|15.11||Team Rozek - Manning loves throwing the ball to the TE. Daniels is injury prone but has plenty of upside this late. (Comments Added Mon Aug 3 11:34:06 p.m. ET 2015)|
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