Chris Cooley has a top of the heap matchup this week against the Texans. Twelve tight ends are projected to score at least one touchdown. That’s very unlikely, but we’re not changing the projections.
This is no perfect projection model. There are many improvements that could be made but we had relatively good accuracy with it last week despite the flaws. Translation: Use these at your own discretion but they should be pretty darn good.
For explanation and analysis on the projections, check out the Week 2 game previews: PIT@TEN | TB@CAR | KC@CLE | MIA@MIN | ARI@ATL | PHI@DET | CHI@DAL | BAL@CIN | BUF@GB | STL@OAK | SEA@DEN | HOU@WAS | NE@NYJ | JAX@SD | NYG@IND | NO@SF
Week 2 tight end projections (non-PPR)
|1||Chris Cooley BB||16||8||100||1|
|6||Tony Scheffler BB||11.5||5||55||1|
|7||Kellen Winslow GTD||11||4||50||1|
|8||John Carlson BB||10.5||4||45||1|
BB: Player has significant boom/bust potential based on projections
GTD: Game Time Decision