TE Will Dissly - Seattle Seahawks
|6-4, 262||Born: 7-8-1996||College: Washington||Drafted: Round 4, pick|
Week 21: bye week
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
2018 Week 4 vs ARI (1 / 1 / 5 / 0 rec)
Dissly made a short catch at the start of the game, showing that he was definitely still a part of the passing game. But he would later be carted off the field, with what is being called a patella tendon injury, which is likely a long term injury.
2018 Week 3 vs DAL (3 / 1 / 4 / 0 rec)
Dissly went back to his duties as primarily a blocking tight end, which meant he had no chance of keeping up the pace he had set so far this season. But also, it was better for the rest of the team, as his blocking contributed to keeping the Cowboys to only two sacks on the day, after giving up six in each of the first two games. He has shown how capable he is of taking the ball downfield, so perhaps we'll see more of Dissly as the season wears on, but he will likely never be a player that you can count on from a fantasy perspective... unless your league happens to count blocks.
2018 Week 2 vs CHI (5 / 3 / 42 / 1 rec)
Dissly was not used prominently in the passing game, but once again surprised with a good looking seam catch over the middle, and a late touchdown grab in the end zone. With the poor state of the offensive line, that looks to be his ceiling right now, as he'll be called on more often than not for his blocking skill.
2018 Week 1 vs DEN (5 / 3 / 105 / 1 rec)
It's too early to tell if this week was a one-off or Dissly is the real deal as a receiving threat. Either way, his NFL debut was exciting to watch. For a guy who got drafted for his run-blocking prowess, he sure looked like a natural fit catching passes from Russell Wilson. Picking up where Jimmy Graham left off (and wearing his old 88), Dissly's first catch was a 15 yard touchdown, as he got reasonably open on a play action call, and hauled in an easy catch at the goal line. After that, he followed up with a great catch in traffic, as he caught the ball in stride, over the middle, and nearly took it all the way, finishing inside the 10 for a 66 yard gain. In the second half, he disappeared, however, likely to help stop the increasingly effective Broncos pass rush.
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