Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks
There are two matchups this weekend that DFS players should consider: Jared Cook who has scored in double digits in 9 of his last 10 games, facing a defense that has allowed just one touchdown to opposing tight ends, or Goedert.
Given the health status of Zach Ertz (ribs/back) is up in the air, I’m going to assume he’ll be healthy enough to suit up and get on the field, but Goedert is hot right now, is getting much of Ertz’s work and has shown that he’s been worth the long term investment so that the Eagles could have two, top-10 tight ends.
Goedert started off slow, but he’s up to averaging 5.8 targets per game, including 34 over his last four games combined. While Ertz and Geodert each don’t have the touchdown numbers you would desire for a full season, both have combined for 11 touchdowns, which means that Carson Wentz regularly looks to the position when they’re ready to score. He’s gunning to exploit the second-best matchup for tight ends this season and get Geodert those coveted looks in the red zone.