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|Part of the garbage that was taken to the curb last year included longtime fantasy tease Owen Daniels, who was released in March and subsequently signed by the Ravens. Houston is likely to use more than one guy at the position in the new offensive scheme but Garrett Graham will man the “Move TE” role that offers the most fantasy potential. Graham's elevation on the depth chart comes on the heels of a promising 2013 campaign. During a four-game stretch between Weeks 11 and 14, Daniels was thrown to 47 times, catching about half of them and scoring twice. An increase in playing time and a conservative offense should yield over 100 targets, making him a nice value to owners in deeper leagues. Behind Graham are two young and rather large targets, Ryan Griffin and rookie C.J. Fiedorowicz. Both players stand 6'6” tall and weigh over 250 lbs., making them ripe for short-yardage packages.
| TE Garrett Graham not expected to play|
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Sep 7, 9:44 am
|Per source, Texans TE Garrett Graham will not play today. That means rookie C.J. Fiedorowicz is likely to get the start for Houston. (Albert Breer via Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Graham has been dealing with a back issue, missed practice time this week and it appears he will sit out Week 1. Fiedorowicz has some appeal if you're weak at the tight end position, TE Ryan Griffin will also be used in the gameplan.