Andrew Quarless, TE, Packers: Fantasy Football Outlook
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Andrew Quarless, TE, Packers

Position/Rank NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight
TE - #75 GB Probable 5 years 25 6'4 252

2013 Outlook:  

Last updated on Oct-30-2013 by Jeb Gorham

With Jermichael Finley out, Andrew Quarless steps into the TE1 role. Sooner rather than later, Aaron Rodgers is going to connect with his new tight end and fantasy points will begin to fly. In Week 8, Quarless was only targeted twice and he grabbed both passes. His low volume receiving was due to his efforts pass blocking. As Quarless becomes more comfortable with the first string offense, he should begin to see increased production. At this stage, he is a low end TE2 in deep leagues and not really on the radar in under 12-team leagues. If you are in a bye week pinch or fighting TE injuries, Quarless might be worth a look this week. He could have even more value in coming weeks against Phladelphia, New York and Minnesota.

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