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Sep 25, 2022 2 25 14 0 2
Sep 15, 2022 6 71 26 0 7
Sep 11, 2022 3 54 25 1 11

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2022 11 150 13.64 1 0.00
2021 48 478 9.96 4 20 6.67 694.6
2020 41 417 10.17 1 2 2.00 513.2
3y Avg. 42 434 10.33 2 7 3.50 533.5
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Fantasy News

  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Struggles in loss

    Everett caught just two of six targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Jaguars. After two straight games with 50-plus receiving yards, Everett fell back down to earth on an overall dreary day for the Chargers offense. The veteran tight end has 20 targets through three weeks, which ranks second behind Joshua Palmer among the team's pass catchers, but Keenan Allen (hamstring) has also been absent each of the last two contests. Expect Everett to continue to see a healthy dose of looks in the coming weeks.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    It appears like Keenan Allen (hamstring) is on track to return this week against the Jaguars after being out in Week 2 at Kansas City, but I still like Everett as a No. 1 Fantasy tight end. He's averaging 13.5 PPR points per game in two outings this year against the Raiders and Chiefs, and he should remain a go-to option for Justin Herbert. Everett has 14 targets on the season for nine catches, 125 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    As long as Keenan Allen is out, Everett is a must-start ahead of Logan Thomas, T.J. Hockenson and Irv Smith. If Allen plays, Everett does deserve the nod over Dawson Knox, Mike Gesicki and Taysom Hill.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Sleeper TEs

    It appears like Keenan Allen (hamstring) is on track to return this week against the Jaguars after being out in Week 2 at Kansas City, but I still like Everett as a No. 1 Fantasy tight end. He's averaging 13.5 PPR points per game in two outings this year against the Raiders and Chiefs, and he should remain a go-to option for Justin Herbert. Everett has 14 targets on the season for nine catches, 125 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: TEs to Start

    Gerald Everett should benefit with Keenan Allen (hamstring) out Thursday night, and Everett did well in Week 1 against the Raiders with three catches for 54 yards and a touchdown on four targets. The Chiefs allowed Zach Ertz to score in Week 1, and I expect Justin Herbert to make Everett a go-to option in what should be a high-scoring game. Everett is a No. 1 Fantasy tight end coming into this matchup.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    You're starting Everett on his chances to keep contributing for L.A., especially in a matchup Allen isn't available for. I'd start him over Dawson Knox, Cole Kmet and Albert Okwuegbunam in all formats.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Catches six passes in loss

    Everett caught six of his 10 targets for 71 yards in Thursday's 27-24 loss to the Chiefs. Everett once again put together a solid day for fantasy managers, stepping in as a key target with Keenan Allen (hamstring) sidelined. Unfortunately, the veteran tight end's night will mostly be remembered for a momentum-changing play in the contest. Everett set up the Chargers on the precipice of a go-ahead touchdown to begin the fourth quarter following receptions of 26 and seven yards. Despite motioning to be subbed off the field, the team opted for a hurry-up offense and targeted Everett for a third time, only for the 28-year-old to make little effort toward the pass, which resulted in a 99-yard interception returned for a touchdown. It's hard to imagine Everett will continue to see this type of volume in future weeks, but it's clear he's a focal point of the offense and should be in low-end TE1 consideration Week 3 against the Jaguars.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    With Keenan Allen (hamstring) hurt, Everett could have a bigger role in Week 2 against the Chiefs. He also could be a big part of the offense moving forward after catching three passes for 54 yards and a touchdown on four targets in Week 1 against Las Vegas. Everett is worth adding for up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Week 1 Streamers (TE Preview)

    The Chargers will be without Keenan Allen and at this point we aren't expecting Donald Parham either. That should allow Everett to build on his fantastic Week 1. We like his chances to get into the end zone and top 50 yards, which makes him a top-12 tight end.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Snares TD in win

    Everett registered three receptions (on four targets) for 54 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-19 win over the Raiders. Everett's touchdown came on an extended play as quarterback Justin Herbert found the big target in a one-on-one situation and the 28-year-old responded, muscling his way into the end zone for an 18-yard score. Everett was a bit of an unheralded offseason addition, but the Chargers have grinded out fantasy productive tight ends such as Hunter Henry and Jared Cook in past seasons, so it shouldn't be a surprise to see the former Seahawk have a successful team debut.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Everett is expected to be a go-to option for Justin Herbert, and this is a matchup the Chargers can exploit. The Raiders were one of three teams to allow at least 10 touchdowns to tight ends last season and one of the nine teams to allow over 1,000 yards to the position. We haven't heard much about Everett in the preseason, but Herbert leaned on his tight ends last year a lot (137 targets to the position). He's a sneaky starter in deeper leagues this week.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Sleeper TEs

    Everett is expected to be a go-to option for Justin Herbert, and this is a matchup the Chargers can exploit. The Raiders were one of three teams to allow at least 10 touchdowns to tight ends last season and one of the nine teams to allow over 1,000 yards to the position. We haven't heard much about Everett in the preseason, but Herbert leaned on his tight ends last year a lot (137 targets to the position). He's a sneaky starter in deeper leagues this week.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Week 1 Streamers (TE Preview)

    The Chargers are one of the highest projected scoring offenses in Week 1, the Raiders have historically not been good against tight ends, and Donald Parham has battled injuries in camp and may be slow to ramp up for the regular season.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    The Chargers seem excited to use Everett this season, and he could play a prominent role for Justin Herbert. Despite having Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Austin Ekeler last year, the Chargers tight ends (Jared Cook, Donald Parham, Stephen Anderson and Tre' McKitty) combined for 137 targets last season, with Cook leading the way with 83. Everett should see a bulk of those targets, and he could emerge as a weekly starter in all leagues. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Week 1 Priority List

    The Chargers seem excited to use Everett this season, and he could play a prominent role for Justin Herbert. Despite having Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Austin Ekeler last year, the Chargers tight ends (Jared Cook, Donald Parham, Stephen Anderson and Tre' McKitty) combined for 137 targets last season, with Cook leading the way with 83. Everett should see a bulk of those targets, and he could emerge as a weekly starter in all leagues. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Chargers' Gerald Everett: Signing with Chargers

    Everett is signing with the Chargers on Sunday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Everett spent the first four seasons of his career with the Rams but signed with Seattle ahead of the 2021 campaign. He appeared in 15 games for the Seahawks and hauled in 48 of 63 targets for 478 yards and four touchdowns while rushing three times for 20 yards. Everett should compete with Donald Parham for targets ahead of the 2022 campaign.
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  • Seahawks' Gerald Everett: Makes one catch

    Everett caught a 20-yard pass on three targets against Arizona on Sunday. Everett could have had a touchdown catch but didn't reel it in, and he was otherwise doomed by lack of opportunity on a day in which Russell Wilson attempted only 26 pass attempts. Everett finishes the season with 48 receptions for 478 yards and four touchdowns on 63 targets -- a catch rate of 76.2 percent at 7.6 yards per target, which is quite efficient per-target production. The volume was never really there for Everett in 2021, but that's arguably more due to the incredibly slow pace of the Seattle offense rather than anything in Everett's control. His fantasy prospects for 2022 depend on where he'll play -- he's a free agent after playing on a one-year contract in 2021.
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  • Seahawks' Gerald Everett: Catches three passes

    Everett caught three passes for 36 yards on five targets against Detroit on Sunday. Everett had been on a bit of a surge recently, catching four passes for over 60 yards in each of the two games prior to Sunday, but wideout DK Metcalf made more noise than he had in some time against Detroit, drawing nine targets and scoring three touchdowns. If Metcalf and Tyler Lockett are both producing, it might not leave enough of a pie for Everett to post big stats, but the Seahawks will need all of their pass catchers playing sharp to hold their own against the tough Cardinals defense in Week 18.
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  • Seahawks' Gerald Everett: Scores TD in loss

    Everett caught four of five targets for 68 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Bears. On a snowy day in Seattle, Everett wound up leading the Seahawks in receiving yards as Russell Wilson didn't have much success stretching the field. The tight end's third-quarter TD gave Seattle a 24-14 lead, but the defense faltered in the fourth. Everett is finding some chemistry with Wilson late in his first season with the club, scoring three touchdowns in the last five games, giving him some fantasy appeal in a Week 17 clash with the Lions.
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  • Seahawks' Gerald Everett: Leading receiver versus former team

    Everett caught all four of his targets for 60 yards in Tuesday's 20-10 loss to the Rams. Tyler Lockett was in COVID-19 protocol and sat out Tuesday's game, and Everett was able to capitalize on the extra reps, leading the Seahawks in receiving yards. Everett has had an underwhelming season with 40 receptions for 354 yards and three touchdowns, but he should have a chance to surpass his career high of 417 receiving yards over the final three games.
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