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News: 6 days agoEverett snared four of his five targets for 44 yards in Sunday's 6-0 win over the Patriots.
Spin: Everett's 26-yard catch and run in the first quarter was the third-longest reception by either side in a game mucked down by miserable rainy conditions. The veteran has been a reliable safety valve for quarterback Justin Herbert all season, as he has at least three receptions in all but four games to date; however, he's hasn't managed to eclipse 50 yards to this point.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Everett's first season with the Chargers was a success, as the veteran tight end reached career-high marks in targets, receptions, yardage and end zone targets (six). He finished no lower than 11th among TEs in those four categories (and TDs), which helped him to his first top-20 fantasy campaign (13th). Everett's usage benefited a bit from injuries to Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, so it's possible we see a step back with both ideally in the lineup more this season, along with the arrival of first-round pick Quentin Johnston. The 29-year-old tight end is best viewed as midrange TE2.