Fasano was held to just one catch for 19 yards on four targets by the Panthers on Sunday. More of the same old story for the backup tight end. He earns a couple of looks every week, but Fasano's ceiling is very low as long as Delanie Walker is around.
Fasano caught all three of his targets for 33 yards and his second touchdown of the season Sunday in New Orleans. Fasano's performance was overshadowed by a two-touchdown game from first-string tight end Delanie Walker. The veteran hasn't topped three receptions in a game since Week 2, and will continue to play second fiddle as long as Walker is healthy.
Fasano caught his only target for nine yards Sunday in Houston. Fasano and fellow backup tight end Craig Stevens finished with identical stat lines in this one. Neither of the two offers much upside as long as Delanie Walker is healthy.
Fasano hauled in 3-of-4 targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 10-7 loss to the Falcons. Different quarterback, same story for Fasano. Just like Marcus Mariota, backup Zach Mettenberger chose to heavily target Delanie Walker, leaving Fasano with nothing more than a few scraps. Don't expect Fasano's role to change as long as Walker is healthy.
Fasano (concussion) turned three targets into two catches for one yard Sunday against Miami. The Titans' whole offense played like they had a concussion in this one, so it wasn't surprising to see their backup tight end fail to put up significant numbers. Delanie Walker led the team with 10 targets, and it's clear that he's far and away the team's preferred option when it comes to passing to tight ends.
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