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How To Treat Greg Dulcich as Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Target

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Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images. Pictured: Greg Dulcich.

After three weeks of doing a whole lot of nothing, Greg Dulcich broke out against Baltimore and recorded six receptions for 85 yards. In that aforementioned three-week slumber, he had 52 yards in total – sounds about right for a tight end who isn’t Travis Kelce or Mark Andrews.

Despite this, the fantasy football staff here at Action Network is pretty pro-Dulcich. He’s been solid in four of the seven games he’s played in this season, and given the nature of the position, that’s not a terrible hit rate. He’s also got a pretty soft schedule coming up against Kansas City and Arizona.

Sean Koerner: I have frequently said that Dulcich has top-five upside and that the only thing that is holding him back is Russell Wilson.

Wilson looked to Dulcich early and often in Week 13, which led to a 6/85/0 receiving line. Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett has mentioned that the team is using Dulcich in more of a “wide receiver” role, which should be music to the ears of fantasy managers.

The tight end position has been such a disaster of late that I am cautiously optimistic Dulcich returns low-end TE1 value the rest of the way.

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Samantha Previte: Dulcich had been quiet in the three weeks after the Broncos’ Week 9 bye, recording just seven catches for 52 yards in that span. He bounced back nicely in Week 13 in Baltimore, catching 6-of-8 targets for 85 yards.

He will likely be a fringe TE1 next week with six teams on bye against the Chiefs, whose defense ranks 26th in pass DVOA.

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