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and he finally got it going in Week 11. Graham has big-play ability and is the only tight end option in Houston with Owen Daniels still out. He can help you in 12-team leagues as a TE2. Jeff Cumberland, Jets He’s available in 98 percent of
still has some upside if you are desperate. Garrett Graham, Texans at Chiefs He’s been less than advertised since Owen Daniels vacated the starter’s spot, and now he has a serious problem at quarterback. Graham is a good player, but I
Roethlisberger ( Hines Ward , Heath Miller ); Matt Ryan ( Roddy White , Tony Gonzalez) and Matt Schaub ( Andre Johnson , Owen Daniels ). And in addition, Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers has Greg Jennings (who has caught 324 passes from Rodgers) and Eli
a capable quarterback, maybe the best receiver left in the playoffs in Andre Johnson and a dangerous tight end in Owen Daniels . There's your case for an upset. To use the Jets win over the Patriots in 2011 as proof for a possible Houston victory
working in the red zone. His return would also set the table nicely for the Texans to run some three-tight end sets with Owen Daniels and James Casey. In addition, the Texans were missing linebacker Brooks Reed (groin), defensive back Alan Ball
whether it’s short, intermediate or deep. You always have to keep an eye on Kevin Walter, as well as tight end Owen Daniels , who is ideally suited for their passing game because once the play-action gets established and he becomes involved
to some of the great young tight ends in the league like Gronkowski, Hernandez, Jimmy Graham, Jermichael Finley, Owen Daniels and Jermaine Gresham . More teams are looking for those bigger, faster safeties in hopes of creating a “big nickel
time since his 2012 knee reconstruction. Garrett Graham, Texans vs. Rams He’s now the starter in Houston with Owen Daniels sidelined until Week 14. That should put Graham in the TE1 discussion on most weeks in 12-team leagues. He’s a viable
between the twenties and by the goal line. Having said that, he’s not much of a value at his current ADP of 90. 14) Owen Daniels , Texans Daniels is a trusted fantasy option and there will be plenty of room to roam in 2013 with a stout grand attack
list 15 players – all “probable” on their Friday injury report. Notable names on Houston’s list include TE Owen Daniels (shoulder), TE Garrett Graham (concussion), OLB Brooks Reed (groin) and CB Johnathan Joseph (illness
it starts with their running game. I mean you can’t x-out the receiver, Andre Johnson, you can’t x-out [ Owen ] Daniels , you can’t x-out the quarterback [Matt Schaub] and you can’t ex-out their Pro Bowl size. They
opposing tight ends a few times here, and we’re going to stick with that formula when talking about the Texans. Owen Daniels is a quality pass catcher who remains a real threat for the Houston offense — he’s second on the team in receptions
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