Delanie Walker

#82 TE / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 248 lb Age: 31 College: Central Missouri State Bye 4,18,19,20,21

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Records nine catches in season finale

    Walker caught 9-of-14 targets for 94 yards, and rushed once for 36 yards in Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Colts. He finishes 2015 with six touchdowns and a career-high 1088 receiving yards on 94 catches. Walker was often the lone bright spot in Tennessee's otherwise stale offense, and his stats back that up. He becomes the first tight end in franchise history to eclipse 1000 receiving yards, and the 31-year-old's 94 catches blow his previous career high of 63 out of the water.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Catches nine balls against Houston

    Walker caught nine of his whopping 15 targets for 59 yards in Sunday's 34-6 loss to Houston. The steady tight end is just six yards shy of becoming the Titans' first-ever 1,000 yard receiver at his position, although this game was hardly one of Walker's proudest considering he averaged under four yards per target. Quarterback Zach Mettenberger was asked to throw the ball early and often with the Titans trailing throughout, and that could once again be the case when they face a desperate Colts team next week in Indianapolis. It may not be pretty, but Walker continues to put up admirable numbers despite playing for an inept offense.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Active for Sunday's game against the Texans

    Walker (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans. Walker, who leads the Titans in receptions, yards, and touchdowns, will be looking to add to his totals against a tough Houston defense.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Listed as probable for Week 16

    Walker (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Texans. Walker was added to the Titans' injury report Friday after being limited in practice, so those planning to roll with the Titans top pass-catcher in fantasy lineups are now advised to confirm his Week 16 status in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Two TDS in loss to Patriots

    Walker caught two of his five targets for 64 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Patriots. After being targeted 25 times in the last two games, Walker saw a big decline with Zach Mettenberger under center, but he still managed to do plenty of damage on his two receptions. Mettenberger came on in the second quarter after Marcus Mariota suffered a knee injury, and it's unclear who will be under center in Week 16 against the Texans. Either way, Walker continues to show that he can be a valuable piece of the passing game, though his fantasy value fluctuates so much based on who is under center.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Tops 70 yards for fourth straight game

    Walker caught 7-of-13 targets for 71 yards in Sunday's loss to the Jets. Walker topped 70 receiving yards for the fourth straight contest, as he continues his remarkably consistent campaign. The NFL's receptions leader among tight ends is having a career year at age 31, with 871 receiving yards through 12 games after recording a career-high 890 in 15 appearances last season. He's been the only reliable weapon for rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota in an otherwise underwhelming passing offense.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Continues excellent season

    Walker caught eight of his team-leading 12 targets for 92 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over Jacksonville. Walker continues to excel in quarterback Marcus Mariota's first season, having topped six catches and 90 receiving yards in four of his last five games. He now has a career-high 67 catches through 11 games this year, and is just 90 yards short of last season's career-high 890 receiving yards. Use Walker with confidence against the Jets next week, as he has been a consistently strong performer regardless of opponent in his 10th NFL season.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Solid again in loss

    Walker converted eight targets into six receptions for 91 yards in Sunday's loss to Oakland. Walker was the only member of the Titans to top 30 receiving yards, as quarterback Marcus Mariota continues to struggle to build a rapport with the rest of the team. It's hard to ask much more of Walker considering he has 200 receiving yards over the last two weeks while the rest of his teammates have 249 combined. Look for the tight end to have another solid game next week against a Jaguars defense that he roasted for eight receptions and 109 yards in Week 11.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Leads way in tough loss

    Walker caught eight passes for 109 yards on 10 targets in Thursday's 19-13 loss to the Jaguars. Walker crashed into the end-zone wall while chasing an overthrow during the third quarter, but he appeared to only miss one snap. He was unsurprisingly the clear focal point of Tennessee's passing game, with no other player receiving more than six targets, and only two other players (Dorial Green-Beckham and Harry Douglas) getting more than two. There's some chance Kendall Wright (knee) will be back for a favorable Week 12 matchup with the Raiders, but even so, Walker should still see plenty of looks from Marcus Mariota. There are only a few tight ends getting this kind of consistent volume, and Walker has now led his team in receiving yards in six straight games.

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    Titans' Delanie Walker: Finally breaks out

    Walker caught 7-of-8 targets for 95 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Saints. Walker found the end zone for the first time since Week 1 as the Titans offense came alive in interim head coach Mike Mularkey's debut. The veteran tight end's breakout also coincided with the return of starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, which should hardly come as a surprise considering their chemistry prior to Mariota's injury. Walker has been the surest bet in the Titans passing game for a while, and he should continue to excel moving forward.

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