Win. Your. League.

Receive 3 Free Downloads More Details

TE Ed Dickson - Seattle Seahawks

6-4, 249Born: 7-26-1987College: OregonDrafted: Round 3, pick 2010

Main      Career stats      Game Logs      Game Recaps      Split Stats      Play-by-play      Latest News

Photo: Derick E. Hingle, US Presswire

Traditional view      FanDuel view      DraftKings view     

Preseason player page

Week 14: vs Minnesota Vikings

All TE vs MIN

FBG says: Bad matchup. Russell Wilson continues to be one of the most efficient quarterbacks in football as he maintains the highest touchdown to pass attempt ratio among starters by a wide margin while ranking fourth in passing touchdowns. Wilson's efficiency was on full display last week as three of his six completion before halftime were for touchdowns, finishing with his first four-touchdown game of the season despite a season-low 11 completions. This is undoubtedly a run-first offense, but Wilson has shown that he can take over a game at any time. Tyler Lockett has been the beneficiary of nearly a third of Wilson's touchdowns as he nabbed yet another one last week on his only reception. It is easy to label Lockett as a boom or bust option as he certainly is reliant on big plays, but Lockett has honestly seen that big play over half of his games this season, so the "busts" have been few and far between. Doug Baldwin, however, has not been as productive as he continues to disappoint compared to prior seasons. Baldwin did find the end zone last week and had at least five receptions in three straight games leading into last week, but he has eclipsed 80 yards just once with only two touchdowns to show for his season which is far below Baldwin's historical standards.. The Vikings defense had a down week by their standards against the Patriots in Week 13, allowing Tom Brady to pass for over 300 yards and a touchdown while they failed to sack him a single time--just the second time this season the Vikings have not recorded a sack. Limiting Brady and a healthy Patriots offense in Foxboro to just one touchdown through the air and 24 total points is still a feat for any defense to be proud of. The Vikings remain a top-tier unit capable of disrupting opposing offensive lines and locking down receivers. It has been five games since this secondary has allowed an opposing wide receiver to cross the 80-yard mark while last week was the first time a quarterback has passed for over 250 yards against them since Week 5. Xavier Rhodes should match his talents with Tyler Lockett in shadow coverage which should lower the probability for Lockett's token big play of the week. Cornerback Trae Waynes suffered his second concussion of the year last week and will be at risk of missing this week's game. Rookie Holton Hill stepped in and played well in Waynes' relief so the Vikings should be fine if Waynes' were to miss this week.

Recent Stats and Projections

WEEKOPPoSNAPRECYDTDFumLPts
10 at LAR 24 1 24 0 0 2.4
11 vs GB 30 1 15 1 0 7.5
12 at CAR 44 2 13 0 0 1.3
13 vs SF 28 0 0 0 0 0
14 vs MIN PROJ-Dodds * 1 * * * *
14 vs MIN PROJ-Tremblay * 1 * * * *
14 vs MIN PROJ-Bloom * 1 * * * *

Weekly Performance vs TE 1, TE 12, TE 24

Percentile ranks

Ed Dickson's percentile rank in each category, among TE with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2018 Week 11 vs GB (1 / 1 / 15 / 1 rec)

Dickson scored today, the winning touchdown no less, as he found a nice seam over the middle for the red zone catch. However, relying on the Seahawks TE position in fantasy football is a gamble of epic proportions. On one hand, the TE has a TD in each of the last four games. On the other, Vannett and Dickson have two each. Dickson is averaging barely over a single target per game; Vannett had an outlier of eight targets in one game, but otherwise is averaging barely over two targets per game. Both Dickson and Vannett continue to show reliable route running and hands, to go with their shared, low volume, red zone dependent role.

2018 Week 8 vs DET (2 / 2 / 54 / 1 rec)

The Tight End position will never be bountiful for the current Seahawks (just ask Jimmy Graham), but Russell Wilson spreads the ball out enough that Dickson could become relevant, especially as an end zone target. He caught one of two TD catches by tight ends in this game (the other, to Nick Vannett, was actually called back on a penalty), so this could be a situation in which neither can be relied upon on a weekly basis. But, having missed the first six games of the season to injury, this marked a pretty good start for Dickson, with perhaps a hint of things to come.

More

Seattle Seahawks Team Links

Depth Chart      Season Stats      Targets      Red Zone      Game Logs

Footballguys Articles

DraftKings GPP Domination: Week 12 - Footballguys
  Phil Alexander - November 22
Cutting the Cord: Week 12 - Footballguys
  Chad Parsons - November 20
Cutting the Cord: Week 10 - Footballguys
  Chad Parsons - November 6
Waivers of the Future: Week 10 - Footballguy
  Daniel Simpkins - November 5
DFS Roundtable: Tight End Landscape
  Chad Parsons - November 1
Week 9 Tight End Tiers
  Sigmund Bloom - November 1
Dynasty Rankings Movement: Week 9 - Footballguys
  Jeff Tefertiller - October 30
Waivers of the Future: Week 9 - Footballguys
  Daniel Simpkins - October 30
Gameday Injury Expectations: Week 8 - Footballguys
  Jene Bramel - October 27
Injury Expectations | Midweek Update | Week 8 - Footballguys
  Jene Bramel - October 24

Articles from around the web

Preseason Preview: Receivers
  David Dorey - June 18
How Does a Healthy Greg Olsen Impact the Carolina Panthers' Passing Game?
  Jason Schandl - July 12
Seahawks Fantasy Preview
  Evan Silva - July 17
Sleepers for All 32 NFL Teams
  Mike Tagliere - July 30
Fantasy football sleepers, busts, breakouts for 2018
  ESPN Staff - August 13
The Prognosticator: 2018 Draft Plan
  Tony Holm - August 15
Offensive Line Rankings and Review UPDATE
  2V - August 24

Schedule

14vs Minnesota Vikings
15@ San Francisco 49ers
16vs Kansas City Chiefs
17vs Arizona Cardinals