Top Fantasy Football Streaming Tight Ends for Week 15 Fantasy Playoffs

Top fantasy football streaming tight ends for Week 15 fantasy playoffs.
Top fantasy football streaming tight ends for Week 15 fantasy playoffs. / Mitchell Layton/GettyImages

The fantasy football playoffs are here. Even if you're the No. 1 seed, it's rarely as simple as just starting the guys who brought you here. And managers without an elite tight end might need to hit the waiver wire and play the matchups this weekend.

Fantasy Football Playoffs Advice

Here are the top-three streaming tight ends, rostered in fewer than 50% of Yahoo! fantasy leagues, to target in Week 15.

Streaming TEs Week 15

3. Gerald Everett, Seattle Seahawks (31% Rostered)

Aside from two disastrous fumbles in Week 13, Gerald Everett has been pretty serviceable of late. He's fantasy's TE8 in PPR formats since Week 10 and has double-digit fantasy points in three of those five games. A matchup with the Rams isn't ideal, but Los Angeles being a 6.5-point favorite on FanDuel Sportsbook could lead to a ton of volume for Russell Wilson as Seattle plays catchup. Everett is a decent option if you need TE help this week.

2. Austin Hooper, Cleveland Browns (41% Rostered)

Austin Hooper has disappeared at times this year. But to be fair, so has the entire Cleveland Browns passing attack. Even so, Hooper has caught at least 4 passes in three of his last four games, scoring 2 TDs in that time. The Browns passing attack is really banged up right now, and that could lead to some decent volume for the two-time Pro Bowler. That volume could be pretty valuable in Week 15, as he'll be facing a Las Vegas Raiders' defense that surrenders the second-most PPR points to opposing tight ends. He's a solid option who gets a lot more interesting if David Njoku is forced to sit again this weekend.

1. Ricky Seals-Jones, Washington Football Team (19% Rostered)

Ricky Seals-Jones is being asked to step up for the injured Logan Thomas once again this season. His first stint as the starter went alright, ranking as the TE16 from Week 5-10. He did next to nothing with Thomas out in Week 14, though, turning 4 targets into 1 reception for 8 yards. But his matchups make him worth a look. He'll face the Philadelphia Eagles twice in the next three weeks, and they give up more PPR points to TEs than any other team in the league. If you're in a pinch at tight end, Seals-Jones is a great player to target.

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