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Jermaine Gresham | Cincinnati Bengals | TE

Height: 6-6 Weight: 261 | Born: 6/16/1988

2012 Experience: 3rd Season

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Fantasy Football Outlook: Jermaine Gresham had a respectable second year, as Andy Dalton proved to be ready to handle the starting job from the get go. The drawback to having Dalton is he’s doesn’t have a strong arm, limiting Gresham’s big play upside.

The addition of Orson Charles in the draft is a little concerning but Gresham should hold onto the inline starting job, leaving Charles as a part-time Joker and backup.

Landing as the 14th tight end (12.08, 12 team) off the board in recent mock drafts, target Gresham as a solid TE2 that may play as a low end TE1 as the season moves along.

Receptions Yards TD
2012 Projected Stats 61 629 6
2012 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: ADP's | Rankings | Mocks | Cheat Sheets + Auction Values
Receiving
Year Age Tm G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2010 22 CIN 15 10 52 471 9.1 4 27 3.5 31.4
2011 23 CIN 14 13 56 596 10.6 6 31 4.0 42.6
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Welcome to Jermaine Gresham fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of Gresham’s player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for fantasy football.

Summer of 2012: Fantasy Projections

Jermaine Gresham had a respectable second year, as Andy Dalton proved to be ready to handle the starting job from the get go. The drawback to having Dalton is he’s doesn’t have a strong arm, limiting Gresham’s big play upside.

The addition of Orson Charles in the draft is a little concerning but Gresham should hold onto the inline starting job, leaving Charles as a part-time Joker and backup.

Landing as the 14th tight end (12.08, 12 team) off the board in recent mock drafts, target Gresham as a solid TE2 that may play as a low end TE1 as the season moves along.

Receptions Yards TD
2012 Projected Stats 61 629 6

Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

It’s too bad that Carson Palmer is likely headed to another team as Jermaine Gresham could have been a candidate to start in twelve team leagues this season.

Instead it looks like the Bengals will be going with a rookie quarterback in Andy Dalton. While Gresham should continue to see activity he’s not worth considering at your draft.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 48 434 3

2010 Preview

Jermaine Gresham should be the top performing fantasy tight end for this years rookie class. The Bengals wanted a receiving tight end to help Carson Palmer with more options and now they have their man.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

College / 2010 NFL Draft: Jermaine Gresham suffered cartilage damage in his knee last summer and missed the season as he had to undergo surgery to take care of it. This was just one of the big blows the Oklahoma Sooners would encounter as they were an early favorite to return to the Championship game and win it all.

After the season ended, Gresham opted to not red shirt for another season and went into the NFL draft. His situation was much like Sam Bradford’s in that he was expected to go out the year before and would’ve had high value if he did so. Because of past performance and skill, Gresham was the first tight end selected in the 2010 draft and was a first round pick by the Bengals.

Audio: TE Jermaine Gresham | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Just after the draft it was thought that the Bengals would ease Grasham into the offense slowly. Soon after the draft, however, Gresham impressed his coaching staff at rookie camps and the team noticed he was in better shape to make an impact this year than they originally thought.

The Bengals don’t have a strong history of using their tight end in the passing game with regularity, but they didn’t get Gresham in the first round for nothing. This was a passing offense that struggled without weapons beyond Chad Ochocinco, and it caused this group to be very predictable come seasons end.

Knowing this the Bengals went out and signed Antonio Bryant to start opposite Ochochinco and drafted Gresham at tight end. With a need for production, Gresham should be much more involved in the teams passing offense than previous players years’ past.

For this season Gresham isn’t worth your consideration for fantasy as there are better tight ends for production than I’ve seen maybe ever. Still, we need to keep an eye on Gresham’s production as the year moves along and he cracks the starting lineup.

Eventually, I would anticipate, he will start being a fantasy relevant player but probably not this season.

Assets

- Good Skills

- Solid Quarterback

- Need For More Offensive Weapons

Liabilities

- Unproven

- Coming Off A Knee Injury

- May Not Start Right Away

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