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88 Will Dissly TE

Seattle Seahawks

Fantasy Stats
Own%Start%
68%42%
Key Stats
GPCatchesYdsAvgTDsFirst Downs
3715121.625

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Seahawks' Will Dissly: Grabs late touchdown
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dissly caught three of five targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 24-17 loss to the Bears.

Dissly had a team-long reception of 34 yards, flashing big-play ability for the second straight week to start his career. Furthermore, like his NFL debut, the rookie fourth-rounder again found the end zone Monday. Although that came via a two-yard catch with 14 seconds left and the game's result already decided, Dissly's impact has been felt nonetheless. The local Washington product is one to continue to keep an eye on, particularly while Doug Baldwin's (knee) status remains murky.

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Seahawks' Will Dissly: Moves atop depth chart
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dissly is listed as the Seahawks' first-team tight end on the team's unofficial depth chart for its Week 2 game against the Bears, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

Dissly, a fourth-round rookie out of Washington, was surprisingly active in the passing game in his NFL debut in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Broncos. Despite playing behind starting tight end Nick Vannett, Dissly drew five targets on the day, hauling in three of them for 105 yards and a score. That production allowed the rookie to leapfrog Vannett on the depth chart ahead of Week 2, making Dissly one of the more intriguing options at his position who might still be available on the waiver wire outside of very deep formats. Given that Dissly was lauded mainly for his skills as a blocker coming out of college, it's difficult to envision him becoming a consistent week-to-week contributor, but the promise of an enhanced snap count at least makes him worth tracking.

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Seahawks' Will Dissly: Shines in first career game
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dissly hauled in three passes for a team-high 105 yards and one touchdown on five targets during Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Broncos.

Dissly was the most-targeted tight end, as Nick Vannett was thrown to twice. Originally drafted as a run-blocking asset, the rookie fourth-round pick looked like a natural catching the ball, scoring the game's first touchdown and later adding a 66-yard catch-and-run to set up a Sebastian Janikowski field goal. However, it will be tough for Dissly to approach this kind of production if he continues to split work with Vannett in a timeshare at tight end. The division of snaps and targets will be something to watch in a Monday Night Football matchup with the Bears in Week 2.

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Schedule
WeekDateOpp.RecYdsLgTD
19/9/18DEN3105661
29/17/18CHI342341
39/23/18DAL1440
WeekDateOpponentTime/Result
49/30/18@ ARI4:05 pm
510/7/18LAR4:25 pm
610/14/18@ OAK1:00 pm
Bye: Week 7
810/28/18@ DET1:00 pm
911/4/18LAC4:05 pm
1011/11/18@ LAR4:25 pm
1111/15/18GB8:20 pm
1211/25/18@ CAR1:00 pm
1312/2/18SF8:20 pm
1412/10/18MIN8:15 pm
1512/16/18@ SF4:05 pm
1612/23/18KC8:20 pm
1712/30/18ARI4:25 pm
Receiving
YearTeamGGSRecYdsAvgLgTD20+40+1st
2018Seattle Seahawks33715121.6662315
TOTAL33715121.6662315
 
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Height/Weight:
6-4/265
Birthdate:
7/8/1996
Age:
22
Hometown:
USA
School:
Washington
NFL Experience:
0
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