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Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 20, 2022 4 45 20 0 4
Nov 13, 2022 8 73 25 0 7
Nov 6, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 30, 2022 2 15 10 0 1

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Fantasy Points
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2022 48 430 8.96 0.00 30.3
2021 61 560 9.18 5 0.00 865.7
2020 44 521 11.84 5 1 1.00 845.6
3y Avg. 58 605 10.43 4 0 0.00 845.6
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Fantasy News

  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Contrarian DFS Play

    No one is going to play Higbee this week, and for good reason: He did not see a target last week. But we've seen his role ebb and flow throughout the season and he faces the Seahawks this week. They've allowed double-digit Fantasy points to six tight ends in their past seven games and we just saw a nice bounce-back performance from Foster Moreau against them.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Not targeted in Week 12

    Higbee (knee) wasn't targeted in Sunday's 26-10 loss to the Chiefs. Higbee played a season-low 59 percent of offensive snaps while playing through a knee injury after topping 90 percent in six of the previous 10 games. The lingering effects of the injury coupled with Bryce Perkins' lack of passing production (100 yards) led to a quiet afternoon for Higbee. With Matthew Stafford (concussion/neck) likely to remain sidelined Week 13 against the Seahawks, Higbee will be tough to trust despite facing a Seattle defense that has been gashed by tight ends throughout the year.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Suiting up in Week 12

    Higbee (knee) is active for Sunday's game in Kansas City, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. A knee injury kept Higbee on the sideline at Wednesday's practice, but he capped the week with back-to-back limited sessions and was given a questionable designation ahead of Week 12 action. Now that he's confirmed as available, he'll be one of the top pass catchers for Sunday's starting quarterback Bryce Perkins, who is filling in for Matthew Stafford (concussion protocol/neck) over fellow reserve John Wolford (neck). Helping Higbee's case for targets is the fact Cooper Kupp (ankle) is on IR and Allen Robinson (ankle) is inactive, meaning his main competitors for reps are Van Jefferson and Ben Skowronek.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Gets questionable tag for Week 12

    Rams head coach Sean McVay said Higbee (knee) will be listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. The Rams appear content to wait and see how Higbee progresses from the knee injury through the weekend before a formal decision on his status is made when the team releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff. Higbee appeared on the Rams' injury report with the knee issue after he recorded four receptions for 45 yards on eight targets in last Sunday's loss to the Saints. He didn't practice Wednesday and was then estimated as a limited participant on Thursday's report, but it's unclear if he's healthy enough to fill his usual role as the Rams' top tight end. Even if Higbee is good to go this weekend, he won't have the luxury of working with Matthew Stafford (concussion/neck), who has already been ruled out for Sunday's contest. The Rams are likely to turn to third-stringer Bryce Perkins to direct their offense, after he took the majority of the first-team reps in practice this week while Stafford was sidelined and while No. 2 quarterback John Wolford (neck) was limited.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Increases activity Thursday

    Higbee (knee) was listed as limited on Thursday's estimated injury report, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. One day removed from sitting out due to a knee issue, Higbee got in some work Thursday in what was termed a jog-through. Friday's practice report could clear up his status for Sunday's game in Kansas City entirely, but if not a 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff won't leave many viable tight ends to turn to. Currently, Brycen Hopkins is the only other player at the position on the Rams' active roster.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Dealing with knee injury

    Higbee didn't practice Wednesday due to a knee issue, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Higbee is one of the few Rams' skill-position players to have avoided the injury bug this season, ranging between 71 and 97 percent of the snaps through 10 games. This past Sunday at New Orleans, he rang in at 92 percent on his way to four catches (on eight targets) for 45 yards. Now with a health concern in tow, his status will be one to monitor as the week goes on. If he's able to suit up for Sunday's contest at Kansas City, Higbee won't be working with Matthew Stafford (concussion/neck). Instead, third-stringer Bryce Perkins likely will be under center, as he's slated to get the bulk of the first-team reps this week while No. 2 quarterback John Wolford works his way back from a stiff neck.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Four catches in Week 11 loss

    Higbee brought in four of eight targets for 45 yards in the Rams' 27-20 loss to the Saints on Sunday. The veteran tight end tied for the team lead in receptions with Allen Robinson on what appeared to be a potentially big day in the making for the Rams passing attack before Matthew Stafford was forced back into concussion protocol. Higbee figures to remain busy no matter who's under center for Los Angeles in a Week 12 road battle against the Chiefs considering his elevated role in the absence of Cooper Kupp (ankle) for what could be the rest of the season.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: TEs to Start

    Higbee is the lone safe player for the Rams following Cooper Kupp (ankle) heading to injured reserve. In week 10 against Arizona, Higbee had eight catches for 73 yards on eight targets. He has five games this season with at least eight targets, and he scored at least 10 PPR points in four of them. He should see a heavy volume of targets again with Kupp out, and Matthew Stafford (concussion) appears on track to play. Higbee is a must-start tight end in PPR and a low-end starter in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    If you're starting Higbee, you're counting on the Rams using him in the receiving game and not as much in the blocking game. Given the Rams' struggles up front, that's not quite a guarantee. If Matthew Stafford gets things going with his wideouts, Higbee's gonna block a lot. That being said, when's the last time Stafford got "things going" with any receiver not named Cooper Kupp? Higbee is worth starting, especially in PPR leagues, over Kyle Pitts and Foster Moreau.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Leading receiver in loss

    Higbee caught all eight of his targets for 73 yards in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Cardinals. With John Wolford getting the start in place of Matthew Stafford (concussion), Higbee produced his best numbers since he racked up 10 catches in Week 4 and led the Rams in receptions and receiving yards. An Arizona defense that's been vulnerable to tight ends all season was likely a large factor in Higbee's performance, but if Cooper Kupp (ankle) winds up missing more time after exiting Sunday's game in the fourth quarter, he could see a bigger role in the passing game again in Week 11 against the Saints.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I was prepared to tell Fantasy managers to drop Higbee in Tuesday's waiver wire column, but I resisted the urge because of his matchup with the Cardinals. Arizona is No. 2 in Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends, and Higbee had four catches for 61 yards on four targets against the Cardinals in Week 3. He's struggled of late with a combined four PPR points in his past three outings against Carolina, San Francisco and Tampa Bay, but he should rebound this week because of the Arizona defense.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Invisible in defeat

    Higbee failed to secure his lone target in Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Buccaneers. After a solid first five weeks of the season serving as the secondary receiving option to Cooper Kupp, the wheels have fallen off for Higbee since, with just three receptions for 22 yards in the past three games. Despite being on the field for nearly 80 percent of the team's offensive snaps, Higbee only managed a single target, a worrying trend after being peppered with 48 targets in Weeks 1-5. The Rams' Week 10 opponent, Arizona, just gave up a 5-96-0 line to Noah Fant in Week 9, and Higbee managed 61 yards on four receptions against them Week 3, giving fantasy managers hope for a rebound for the slumping tight end.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Possible Bust (Lineup Decisions)

    It sure would make sense for the Rams to revisit using Higbee in the offense given the matchup against Tampa Bay, especially since he's been a good short-area target for Matthew Stafford to dump off to. But Robinson's noticeable ascension has taken looks away from Higbee, and Van Jefferson's eventual contributions should, too. Higbee is a Fantasy starter by default, and the matchup helps, but isn't a promise that Higbee will be great. In PPR it's a close call to go with him over Mike Gesicki, but in non-PPR, I'd rather start Gesicki. I would start Higbee over Tyler Conklin and Hayden Hurst.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Contrarian DFS Play

    Higbee is coming off a pair of disappointing outings and only ran 15 routes in Week 8. Most people seem to think the first five games of the season were a mirage, but I'm not sure the Rams have enough weapons to go away from Higbee in the passing game. If his volume rebounds and touchdown regression hits this week, Higbee could be a tourney winner with a sub-five percent roster rate.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Drops potential long TD

    Higbee (neck) finished with two receptions on six targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 31-14 loss to the 49ers. Higbee had a rough go of things Sunday, starting with an injury scare after a big hit early in the contest. The 29-year-old was able to return to the field Sunday, but he dropped a wide-open pass late in the game that should have went for a long touchdown. After posting three double-digit target games through the first five weeks of the season, the veteran tight end has fallen off with just three receptions for 22 yards over his last two. Higbee could see his usage jump back up if Cooper Kupp (ankle) can't suit up for Sunday's tilt against Tampa Bay, as the Rams have very little receiving depth at any position in 2022.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Exits Sunday's game

    Higbee was forced out of Sunday's game against the 49ers with a neck injury, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Before exiting the contest, Higbee caught one of his two targets for 10 yards. Next up for the Rams' tight end reps in his absence is Brycen Hopkins.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Contrarian DFS Play

    Speaking of terrible touchdown luck, Higbee still hasn't scored despite those 50 targets he's earned. Hopefully coming out of the bye Sean McVay has found a way to fix that. Higbee scored once every 14.5 targets from 2020 through 2021.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    It's probably likely that Higbee's target volume won't be quite as good as it was back in Week 4, especially if the Rams get deeper at receiver with Van Jefferson coming back. But he's an every-down player who has potential to score and pick up yardage every week, so sitting him at tight end is tough to do. Keep him in lineups, especially if catches count.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Just one catch in win

    Higbee caught one of two targets for seven yards in Sunday's 24-10 victory against the Panthers. Higbee came into the contest with an ankle issue, and that may have contributed to his season lows in targets, receptions and yardage. The Rams go on bye next week, giving Higbee extra time to fully recover from the injury before he gets another chance to torch the 49ers in Week 8, after he put up a solid 10-73-0 line on a whopping 14 targets against them in Week 4.
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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Active for Week 6

    Higbee (ankle) is active for Sunday's Week 6 clash against the Panthers, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Higbee entered the weekend sporting a questionable tag but with optimism surrounding his availability as well, and his active status for Sunday's contest is now confirmed. The veteran, who's seen 24 targets in his last two games alone, should therefore be available to log his typically heavy workload against Carolina.
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