Streater was targeted just once Sunday, pulling in the pass for five yards in a loss to the Seahawks.
Streater spent the majority of the season as the 49ers' fourth or fifth receiver, but he saw a slightly expanded role down the stretch with 132 yards and two touchdowns in the final six games of the season. While there wasn't much there from a fantasy perspective, the veteran wideout showcased his plus size and athleticism for potential suitors this offseason. He would need to earn a starting job out of camp to land on fantasy radars.
Streater caught six of seven targets for 63 yards in Saturday's win over the Rams.
Three of Streater's six catches came on the 49ers' game-winning drive, including a 10-yard touchdown off of a quick slant. The veteran receiver entered Saturday with just one game this season with more than two catches, but he's ending 2016 on a high note - with touchdown catches in back to back games.
The fifth-year pro recorded high-water marks in receptions and yardage while also snaring a season-long 25-yard catch. Streater remains behind Torrey Smith, Jeremy Kerley and Quinton Patton on the depth chart, but he received added opportunity Sunday when Patton exited the game with a concussion. If Patton remains sidelined for the Week 13 tilt against the Bears, the speedy Streater, who logged 60 catches for 888 yards and four touchdowns with the Raiders back in 2013, would presumably step into the third receiver role.
While the Chiefs have plenty of depth behind Jeremy Maclin, there's been no real standouts behind him. Chris Conley and Albert Wilson are expected to see the majority of available snaps on Sundays, but Streater could factor in if either of the two suffers and injury.
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