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2020 Receiving

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Sun 9/13@ATL
W
38-25
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Latest News

Fantasy Football

Position Rank
20
% Rostered
13.8
% Change 7 Days
4.9

News: 10 hours agoOlsen didn't haul in his long target in Sunday's 35-30 win over the Patriots.

Spin: Olsen was targeted on the first drive, but the ball slipped through his hands and was intercepted by Devin McCourty, who took it the other way for a touchdown. The veteran TE didn't receive another target for the rest of the game. It was a costly mistake, but Olsen still logged 71 percent of the offensive snaps -- higher than Week 1's 66 percent. He'll continue to be the No. 1 TE in Seattle moving forward, but his fantasy value is touchdown-dependant.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Olsen signed with the Seahawks during the offseason following 13 seasons with the Bears and Panthers. The veteran tight end missed roughly half of both the 2017 and 2018 seasons before getting back on track in 2019. Despite missing two more games, Olsen finished sixth at the position in routes and 11th in targets, receptions, yardage and OTD. He was TE13 in fantasy, though it could've been better if not for bad touchdown luck (2 TD, 4.7 OTD). Olsen is now 35 and, while his move to Seattle could allow early-season fantasy relevance, it is expected that Will Dissly will return to the lineup at some point this calendar year. Olsen is only worth a late pick in deeper leagues.

Data provided by Elias Sports Bureau