News: 5 days agoGraham caught three passes for 25 yards and a touchdown in Chicago's 27-23 win over the Lions on Sunday.
Spin: Graham was second on the team with seven targets, and he could've had a second score had Mitchell Trubisky thrown the ball on target. It's clear that despite the low yardage total, Graham will be an important part of the offense, making him a volume-based second tight end for fantasy managers.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Graham signed with the Bears during the offseason following a pair of seasons with the division-rival Packers. The 33-year-old isn't the fantasy force he was during his prime years in New Orleans and Seattle and is coming off his worst statistical season since his rookie year. Graham played 55% of the snaps, handled a 12% target share and posted a 38-447-3 receiving line despite appearing in all 16 of Green Bay's regular-season games. Graham finished eighth at tight end in pass routes, but 21st in fantasy points. Graham figures to contribute as a seam-stretcher in Chicago, but he'll be a part-time player in an offense with a shaky quarterback situation. Consider him a back-end TE2.