My team is pretty solid this year, but I have been having trouble at the tight end position. My tight ends are currently Zach Miller (Oakland) and John Carlson (Seattle). Both have been extremely mediocre, and play on lousy teams that don't score a lot or rack up a lot of passing yards. On the positive side, both Miller and Carlson are important part of their respective team's awful passing games (Miller targeted 45 times this season; Carlson 48); so at least their quarterbacks are looking for these tight ends, but neither has had much luck getting in the endzone.
So should I hold on to these guys, settle for their consistently average point totals each week (like 50-70 yards receiving and no TD's) and hope for more TD's as the year progresses, or look to pick someone else up? The guy I would be looking at at the moment is Green Bay's Spencer Havner. He has three TD's in the past 2 games, and seems to be becoming an end-zone target for Aaron Rodgers, on a team that has been scoring a lot of points through the air.
Thoughts? WHIR, thanks in advance....
Current Fantasy Football Roster, 10 team performance based league...
QB - M. Ryan, Flacco
RB - A.Peterson, Portis, Moreno, R.Williams
WR - R.Wayne, Desean Jackson, D.Bowe, D.Mason
TE - Carlson, Z.Miller
K - Praeter, Carpenter
D/ST - Bears, Colts