Izzo caught two of his three targets for 59 yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Texans.
Izzo's Week 11 stat line was boosted by a 50-yard Hail Mary grab on the last play of the game which fell 12 yards short of the end zone. The tight end continues to see his share of snaps on a weekly basis, but he's maxed out at three targets in a given game this season and thus possesses modest fantasy utility.
Izzo (hamstring/hand) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Izzo is available Sunday, but limited volume in the Patriots' passing game keeps him off the radar in all but the deepest of fantasy formats. To date, he's logged a 10/134/0 stat line through nine games.
Izzo (hamstring/hand) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Texans, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Izzo has played through the hamstring injury in the last two games, but the hand injury is new. Perhaps it'll be enough to keep him out, but the third-year tight end was limited in every practice this week, indicating that he still has a good chance to play. Jordan Thomas is the only other healthy tight end on the active roster.
Izzo (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Izzo was on the injury report with a hamstring issue for two consecutive weeks, but he logged more than a 90 percent snap share in each of those games, indicating it's just a minor problem. The third-year tight end will predictably take it easy in practice again this week, but he'll likely play Sunday against the Texans. Izzo doesn't hold fantasy value, though, as he hasn't registered more than 38 receiving yards in a game or scored a touchdown this year.
Izzo hauled in his only target for 20 yards in Sunday's 23-17 win over the Ravens.
Izzo was on the field for 54 of a possible 58 snaps on offense Sunday, but limited volume (he's maxed out at three targets this season) in the passing game keeps him off the radar in all but the deepest of fantasy formats.
Izzo (hamstring) is listed as active for Sunday night's game against the Ravens, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
Izzo also was listed as questionable prior to this past Monday's win over the Jets but ended up playing 76 of a possible 81 snaps on offense. Despite seeing plenty of time on the field, he wasn't targeted in the contest and is an option only in the deepest of fantasy formats, having logged a 9-114-0 stat line through eight games.
Izzo (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Baltimore.
Izzo was limited in all three practice sessions this week, but he'll likely continue to play through this injury barring a setback. The tight end was also listed as questionable prior to last week's win over the Jets but ended up playing 76 of a possible 81 snaps on offense.
Izzo (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald reports.
Izzo was questionable ahead of Monday's win over the Jets because of this hamstring injury, but he managed to play 76 of the team's 81 offensive snaps. His return to the injury report isn't surprising, but, barring a setback, the third-year tight end will suit up this Sunday against the Ravens. Izzo's fantasy upside is capped, however, as he hasn't surpassed 38 yards in a game or scored a touchdown yet this year.
Izzo was on the field for 76 of the Patriots' 81 snaps on offense in Monday's 30-27 win over the Jets.
Despite being the team's only active tight end Monday, Izzo wasn't targeted in the contest. He's off the fantasy radar for now and going forward he'll have added competition for snaps, with Jordan Thomas having been added via waivers and rookies Devin Asiasi (IR) and Dalton Keene (knee) presumably in line to be back in action at some point.
Izzo (hamstring) is listed as active for Monday night's game against the Jets.
With both Devin Asiasi (IR) and Dalton Keene (knee) unavailable, Izzo is the team's only active tight end Monday. That's not enough to move the fantasy dial, though, given that Izzo has seen regular snaps this season but has maxed out at three targets through seven games in which he's logged a 9-114-0 stat line overall.
Izzo (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Jets, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
Both Izzo and Dalton Keene (knee) join 15 other members of the Patriots to be listed as questionable for Monday's prime-time contest. Neither has been incredibly effective with his limited snaps, but Izzo has at least had a reception in each of the last three contests. As it stands, the Patriots do not have a healthy tight end on their roster if both Izzo and Keene were to be ruled inactive.
Izzo (hamstring) was limited again at practice Friday.
The same applies to Dalton Keene (knee), which probably sets the stage for both tight ends to be listed as questionable for Monday night's game against the Jets. Izzo has seen regular snaps this season, but has topped out at three targets through seven games in which he's combined to produce a 9/114/0 stat line.
Izzo hauled in two of his three targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 24-21 loss to the Bills.
With both Dalton Keene (knee) and Devin Asiasi (personal) inactive Sunday, Izzo was the Patriots' lone tight end available Week 8. That didn't translate into much fantasy production, however, and Izzo remains off the radar in all but the deepest of leagues.
With Dalton Keene (knee) and Devin Asiasi (personal) both inactive Sunday against the Bills, Izzo is the only New England tight end available for the contest, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
New England's tight ends have been afterthoughts in the team's passing attack to date, with Izzo's most productive game thus far being a three-catch, 38-yard effort in Week 6. Given how banged up the Patriots' wide receiver corps is, it's possible that Izzo could see some looks Sunday, but we wouldn't be surprised to see New England go with a run-heavy offense in Week 8.
Izzo hauled in his only target for eight yards in Sunday's 33-6 loss to the 49ers.
Izzo was on the field for 23 of the Patriots' 52 snaps on offense in the contest, which was one less than fellow TE Dalton Keene handled in his NFL debut. With just seven catches on 12 targets for 90 yards in seven games to date, Izzo is off the fantasy radar in all but the deepest of formats.
Izzo caught all three of his targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 18-12 loss to the Broncos.
It was Izzo's most productive game of the season, but with just six catches on 11 targets for 82 yards in five games overall, he's off the fantasy radar. For now, Izzo remains the Patriots' top tight end, but down the road, look for rookies Devin Asiasi and Dalton Keene to become more involved in the team's passing attack.
Izzo was on the field for 70 of the Patriots' 72 snaps on offense in Sunday's 35-30 loss to the Seahawks, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
In the process, Izzo hauled in both of his targets for 19 yards. Meanwhile, for the second straight week, Devin Asiasi recorded 10 snaps and zero targets, and fellow rookie Dalton Keene (neck) was inactive. Izzo remains the Patriots' most trusted tight end while the younger players at the position are worked in gradually, but he's not seeing enough volume in the team's passing game to merit fantasy attention in anything but the deepest of formats.
Izzo was on the field for 63 of a possible 64 snaps on offense in Sunday's 21-11 win over the Dolphins, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Izzo hauled in one of his two targets in the game for 25 yards. Meanwhile, Devin Asiasi recorded 10 snaps and zero targets, and fellow rookie Dalton Keene (neck) was inactive. While Izzo is the Patriots' clear-cut starting tight end for now, we suspect that in time, Asiasi and Keene will see expanded roles. Neither of the trio are reliable fantasy options at this juncture, however.
Izzo finished the 2019 regular season with six catches (on nine targets) for 114 yards and a TD in six games.
The 2018 seventh-rounder ended up working behind Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse this past season, as the trio combined to form a tight end committee in the post-Rob Gronkowski era. Izzo is under contract with the Patriots through 2021, but assuming he sticks around next season, it doesn't seem likely that he'll approach fantasy relevance, with a makeover at his position likely on tap for the team.
Izzo (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
Izzo will miss his sixth game this season, including his third healthy scratch due to a coach's decision. With the 29-year-old out for the game, tight end duties shift to Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse for Week 14.
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