The tight end position can be tricky. Though it seems like Tyler Higbee has solidified his value as a TE1, there aren't too many reliable options available once you get past those top-tier guys. That can make streaming the position very valuable.
Here are three of the best tight ends, rostered in fewer than 50 percent of Yahoo! fantasy football leagues, to target as streaming options in Week 2.
3. Logan Thomas, Washington Football Team (2% Rostered)
Any tight end facing the Arizona Cardinals will likely be worth streaming. This defense was historically inept against the position last year, surrendering a league-high 73.3 yards and 1.0 touchdowns per game to tight ends. Logan Thomas is a great athlete coming off arguably the best game of his NFL career (4 catches, 37 yards 1 TD) and he's absolutely worth a flyer if you're desperate.
2. Greg Olsen, Seattle Seahawks (26% Rostered)
The Seattle Seahawks are finally letting Russell Wilson cook. Despite playing with a lead for the majority of the game, Wilson attempted 35 passes to just 20 team rushing attempts. That's extremely uncharacteristic for a Pete Carroll-led team, but it's great news for Seattle's pass-catchers. Always excellent when healthy, Greg Olsen will be an interesting target on a weekly basis as long as he can stay on the field, even in a tough matchup against the New England Patriots.
1. O.J. Howard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (18% Rostered)
Fantasy managers might be hesitant because he burned them last year, but O.J. Howard has more season-long appeal than anyone else on this list. Rob Gronkowski looked like a shell of himself, while Howard looked athletic and like he had built a nice rapport with Tom Brady. It seems like Howard is the TE to roster in Tampa Bay, turning 6 targets into 36 yards and a score. Plus, he gets a Week 2 matchup with the Carolina Panthers, who look like one of the NFL's worst defenses again in 2020.
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