College: Oklahoma State | 3 years
Height: 6'5" | Weight: 260 lbs
Birth Date: 7/16/1994
Depth Chart: TE1.2
2019 Bye Week: 8
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 TE
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Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was targeted just once in Week 17 but did not come up with a catch. Jarwin showed some flashes this season and could be a solid fantasy tight end if Jason Witten were to end up retiring before the 2020 season.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin is not a strong option for any Week 17 fantasy lineups. Jarwin has flashed a bit this season, but playing behind Jason Witten on an offense that doesn't feature the tight end position has left Jarwin with just 31 catches for 365 yards this season. Jarwin is a free agent after the season and will likely want to sign with a team where he will be able to compete for a starting role. He's worth an end-of-bench stash in deeper dynasty leagues, but not a start in Week 17.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin is not a recommended fantasy option in most formats for Week 16. Jarwin pops up now and then with a long catch or a touchdown, but he's not playing in a consistent enough role to be trusted in a fantasy lineup, especially in fantasy championship week. Jarwin has proven that he could be useful in a starting role, but he'll remain behind Jason Witten for at least the rest of this season.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin made two catches in Week 15, gaining 40 yards. The 40 yards were good for third on the team in receiving yards in a game where the Cowboys mostly kept the ball on the ground. Jarwin has shown that he has the talent to make a difference on the field, but as long as he's playing behind Jason Witten, his role will be too inconsistent to rely on as a fantasy asset.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin is not a strong fantasy option for Week 15 despite a strong performance in Week 14. Jarwin caught six passes for 50 yards against the Bears last week, but it was the first time this season he'd even been targeted more than four times. He's likely to sink back into the two-or-three targets per game life this week against the Los Angeles Rams and makes for nothing more than a dart-throw tight end option.
Dallas Cowboys TE Blake Jarwin caught six passes for 50 yards in a Week 14 loss to the Chicago Bears.
Fantasy Spin: Fifty yards was a season high for Jarwin, who clearly looks more dynamic than Jason Witten even though the team insists on basically splitting their chances in the passing game evenly. Until he surpasses Witten, Jarwin only holds value in the largest of leagues.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin caught six passes in Week 14, gaining 50 yards. Jarwin was targeted seven times, finishing third on the team. Jarwin's usage this season has been very unpredictable, but he has shown the ability to play a decent game when given the chance. He could have more fantasy relevance next season if Jason Witten were to retire again.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin is not a startable option in any format in Week 13. The Cowboys will welcome the Buffalo Bills into town on Thanksgiving, and their defense has been elite against opposing tight ends. Jarwin already has to play behind starting tight end Jason Witten and cannot be trusted for a consistent amount of playing time, especially in a tough matchup.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin is not a starting option in most fantasy lineups in Week 12. Jarwin and the Cowboys will be in New England to take on the Patriots and their great defense. Jarwin has yet to catch more than three passes in a game this season and despite his occasional touchdowns and chunk gains, is still too unpredictable to trust in fantasy lineups.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was targeted twice in Week 11, catching both passes for 38 yards. He fell significantly behind starter Jason Witten, who saw seven targets and caught five passes. Jarwin can do way more after the catch than Witten at this point in their respective careers, but Witten has proven to still be the safety valve for Dak Prescott. Jarwin could have a fantasy significant role if Witten were to miss time, but unless that happens, Jarwin's role is too unpredictable to trust in any fantasy format.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin does not make for a strong starting option in Week 11. Jarwin actually caught one more pass (three) than Jason Witten last week in a loss against the Vikings, but he was only able to turn that into 35 scoreless yards. The Detroit Lions don't do much in terms of defense, but one thing they are decent at is limiting opposing tight ends. Jarwin is a dart-throw in case he scores a touchdown, but most leagues will have much safer picks available on the waiver wire.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin caught three passes in Week 10, gaining 35 yards in a loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Jarwin caught one more pass than starter Jason Witten on one less target. Jarwin will have some games where he is slightly more involved, but he'll also have some outings where he's barely part of the game plan at all. He has some interesting talent, but isn't a fantasy option at this point in most formats.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin made a little noise last week with a 42-yard touchdown, but he won't be an option in fantasy lineups in Week 10. Jarwin's touchdown in Week 9 was his only target and he hasn't been getting nearly enough consistent playing time to be worth a start. Combine that with the fact that he's going up against a Minnesota Vikings Defense that absolutely stifles opposing tight ends, and it's easy to see why Jarwin shouldn't be anywhere near a starting lineup this week.
Dallas Cowboys TE Blake Jarwin had just one reception for 42 yards and a touchdown on his only target in Week 9 against the New York Giants on Monday, Nov. 4.
Fantasy Spin: Jarwin cashed in on the touchdown which was nice, but he shouldn't be used in most fantasy formats as long as Jason Witten (8-58-0, nine targets) is healthy. The Cowboys host the Vikings in Week 10.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin only made one catch in Week 9, but it was a huge one. Jarwin scored on a 42-yard play from Dak Prescott in the second quarter. Jarwin hasn't been too involved this season, but he's shown some explosive potential in small doses. He could be a solid option if starter Jason Witten were to miss time, but for now he's little more than just a guy to keep an eye on.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was targeted just once in Week 7, but he made it count, catching that one target for a one-yard touchdown. Jarwin continues to play behind starter Jason Witten and won't have any predictable fantasy value unless Witten is forced to miss time. Even then, he won't be a high-upside play by any means.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin made two catches in Week 6, picking up just six yards. Jason Witten tied for the team lead with seven targets, leaving Jarwin to just pick up the scraps behind him. With the Dallas passing game not really clicking, Jarwin won't be much of a fantasy option next week, even in two-tight end leagues.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin wasn't targeted in a Week 5 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Starting tight end Jason Witten only caught three passes in a game where wide receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup each saw 14 targets. Jarwin could have some sudden value if Witten were forced to miss time, but as long as the veteran former broadcaster is on the field, Jarwin will not be a legitimate starting option, even in two-tight end formats.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin is not much of a starting option in most formats in Week 5. With the Cowboys going up against a good Green Bay Packers Defense, Jarwin is unlikely to be heavily involved. He's coming off a three-catch game against the Saints and would do well to match that total in this one. He's off the fantasy radar outside of the deepest two-tight end leagues.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin caught three passes on Sunday Night Football, gaining 49 yards. Jarwin ended up only one yard shy of leading the team in yards, falling behind fellow tight end Jason Witten's 50 yards. Jarwin has made some nice plays, but he'll keep playing behind Witten and won't have a consistent enough role to be worth rostering in most formats.