TE Will Dissly - Seattle Seahawks
|6-4, 262||Born: 7-8-1996||College: Washington||Drafted: Round 4, pick 2018|
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Weekly Performance vs TE 1, TE 12, TE 24
Will Dissly's percentile rank in each category, among TE with more than 50 fantasy points.
Recent Game Summaries
2019 Week 6 vs CLE (1 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Dissly went down fairly early, with a suspected ruptured Achilles tendon, and did not return to the game.
2019 Week 5 vs LAR (4 / 4 / 81 / 0 rec, 1 / 7 / 0 rush)
Over the first four games of the season, Dissly has quickly become an integral part of the passing game, and this game was no different. Most of his catches were of the shorter variety, but he also got wide open on a flag pattern in the first quarter, for a 38-yard gain, which set up a TD on the very next play. Later in the half, he made a skillful over the shoulder catch in coverage, for a 20-yard gain. Although he missed out on scoring for what would have been a fourth game in a row, Dissly did catch all four of his targets.
2019 Week 4 vs ARI (8 / 7 / 57 / 1 rec)
Dissly has become a permanent fixture in Wilson's multi-faceted arsenal. Against the Cardinals, he took the top spot with 7 catches, including a TD. He was used mainly on short patterns, but he and Wilson like to team up on a seam pattern, which usually sees Dissly open and getting the ball near or at the goal line, which is exactly how this one went down.
2019 Week 3 vs NO (7 / 6 / 62 / 1 rec)
Dissly was not exactly the difference maker he was one week ago, but he still looked impressive. He showed excellent control running routes, and soft hands on more than one catch. His end of game TD was firmly a garbage time score, but also was a good catch in a lot of coverage.
2019 Week 2 vs PIT (5 / 5 / 50 / 2 rec)
Dissly's had a great game on paper, but it was even better to witness. Before the two scores, he got open downfield for a 43-yard catch and run, but it was negated by a holding call. Then, he made an excellent high catch in the end zone on a well-timed throw. The second score was essentially the same play, as he cruised off the line untouched and Russell Wilson timed it perfectly for him to catch it and walk in. Dissly also snagged a first down catch late in the game, and was used heavily in crunch time, moving the chains and reminding us how very hard he is to take down. Move him up your charts, folks, he looks like the real deal.
2019 Week 1 vs CIN (2 / 1 / 12 / 0 rec)
Dissly looked good on his one reception, a nice seam catch for first down. But neither tight end was targeted enough to warrant fantasy consideration.
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