College: Iowa | Rookie
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 249 lbs
Birth Date: 11/20/1997
Depth Chart: TE1.2
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 16
Avg Pts: 2.67
Rank: 28 TE
|Week 1||2||Noah Fant 29 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Noah Fant 29 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 2||2||Noah Fant 33 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Noah Fant 33 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 3||2||Noah Fant 37 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Noah Fant 37 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 4||8||Noah Fant 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Noah Fant 25 yd TD pass from Joe Flacco
Noah Fant 31 receiving yds (1 pts)
Noah Fant 31 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 5||1||Noah Fant 6 receiving yds (1 pts)|
|Week 6||1||Noah Fant 16 receiving yds (1 pts)|
|Week 7||1||Noah Fant 7 receiving yds (1 pts)|
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Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant has had a rocky start to his rookie season and has been shaky to trust with any fantasy production. The one thing that Fant has going for him is his high snap count, but even that took a dip last week as he only saw action on 65% of snaps with teammate Jeff Heuerman managing a 52% snap count. The rookie tight end may be able to be stashed on rosters, but with the current offensive plan he simply isn't getting consistent enough production to justify a starting role on fantasy teams.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant disappointed against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon, posting an abysmal stat line. The rookie tight end managed only two catches for 16 yards on the game, a part of what has been a lackluster rookie season thus far for the first-round draft pick. Fant has struggled to find a consistent role in Denver's lacking passing attack, but the volume and playing time continues to be present. Fant lines up against the Kansas City Chiefs next week on Thursday night.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant is still struggling to establish a solid role in the team's offensive attack. Thus, it is tough to trust Fant at the tight end position and he should be approached with caution when being considered for lineups. He faces a Tennessee Titans Defense that has let four of five opponent tight ends find the end zone this year, so he could be worth a desperation play if you are hoping for a touchdown on a down week for your team, but in most scenarios, he should be benched.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant put up the worst performance of his rookie campaign on Sunday afternoon as the Broncos passing game struggled as a whole. The Iowa product caught his sole target of the afternoon for a six-yard gain. Fant was one of many Bronco pass-catchers to struggle during the game and looks to bounce back against the Tennessee Titans in Week 6.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant hauled in his first career touchdown last week but had low production as he only caught two balls for 31 yards. Fant continues to struggle to find consistency in the receiving game, but it is clear that the coaching staff trusts him on the field as he saw action on 73% of snaps last week. The rookie tight end's usage continues to make him an enticing piece to roster, but until he starts to truly breakout he should be on benches or waivers.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant found the end zone for the first time in his rookie campaign, as the Broncos lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Omaha native tallied two catches for 31 yards alongside his lone touchdown. Fant has yet to break into a heavy usage role within the team's passing game, but the red zone production is positive for owners that continue to stash Fant. The Broncos travel to Los Angeles to face off against the Chargers in Week 5.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant hopes to break out in Week 4, as he has yet to have his statement game to start his rookie season. Fant has been consistent week-to-week but has failed to have heavy fantasy relevance. He continues to get the most reps out of the team's tight end group, as he was on the field for 63% of offensive snaps last week. The rookie most likely should not be in lineups this week but can be stashed for future value.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant continued his narrative of sub-par stat lines to start the 2019 season against the Green Bay Packers. Fant hauled in three catches for 37 yards in Week 3, once again being the top tight end on the team. The rookie also coughed up the football once on Sunday afternoon. Fant continues to search for a breakout game where he tallies more than four catches as he lines up against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 4.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant has shown signs of promise to start the year, but he still needs to prove himself before he can be trusted to put up consistent numbers week-to-week. That being said, we have yet to see signs that Fant can have a breakout game and he should stay on waivers and benches in most leagues for Week 3.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant saw a slight uptick in production on Sunday afternoon versus the Chicago Bears. The rookie out of Iowa hauled in all four of his targets for 33 total yards. While Fant has yet to show the signs of being a tight end that will break onto rosters, it is clear that he is slowly getting more acquainted with the offense. At this point, the athletic rookie should only be on rosters if being stashed in a deep league or dynasty setting, as owners wait for him to have a breakout game.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant had a lackluster performance in his NFL debut versus the Oakland Raiders. Fant came in with low expectations from most fantasy owners and matched those expectations with two receptions for 29 yards. Some silver linings are that the rookie from Iowa did see five targets on the evening and was the clear leader from the tight end group. Fant will look to rebound versus the Chicago Bears in Week 2 but should be on most benches or waiver wires at this time.
Denver Broncos rookie tight end Noah Fant (ankle) is back at practice on Monday after suffering an ankle injury last Monday in the preseason game against the 49ers. Fant should be fine for Week 1 and will enter his rookie season with a good chance of becoming the team's primary pass-catching tight end by the end of the year. Quarterback Joe Flacco often leans on his tight ends, but fantasy owners need to temper expectations for the rookie, as he'll also be splitting repetitions with Jeff Heuerman and Jake Butt (if healthy). Fant is merely a low-end QB2 option with upside. He's a much better dynasty asset.
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said that rookie tight end Noah Fant (ankle) will be ready for Week 1 after he suffered a minor ankle injury in the preseason game against the 49ers on Monday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That's great news for the Broncos, as they drafted Fant in the first round hoping that he could make an immediate impact in his rookie season alongside Jeff Heuerman and Jake Butt (if healthy). Fant easily has the most pass-catching upside of the group, but temper your expectations in Year 1 despite the fact that quarterback Joe Flacco often leans on his tight ends. Fant is a low-end TE2, at best. He's much more attractive in dynasty formats.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant hauled in two receptions against the 49ers on Monday, the notable catch being a dump pass from quarterbackJoe Flacco that the rookie tight end turned into an 11-yard run with a nice shake of the 49ers linebacker. So far, Fant's athleticism has looked to be a problem for linebackers and defensive backs trying to guard him. Fant continues to lead a depleted tight end corps for Denver but has yet to be penciled in as a top tight end in regards to fantasy value.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant looks to separate himself from his teammate tight ends on the roster for the Broncos, as the team drafted him with high expectations this spring. Offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello has spoken highly of Fant's preseason, as the rookie looks to follow-up a prolific career at the University of Iowa with similar results in the NFL. Fant's main competition is returning tight end Jeff Heuerman, who has been battling injury this preseason after a sub-par 2018 campaign.
Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant hauled in both of the targets thrown his way on Thursday evening, totaling 14 yards for the game. The Iowa product is one of few healthy tight ends on the roster right now for the Broncos, so his limited usage should be no shock as the Broncos most likely don't want to add their first-round pick to the injury list. Fant enters his rookie season with hopes of high usage in the Mile High City, and his two catches on Thursday showed no signs of having rookie struggles present.
The Denver Broncos are signing rookie tight end Noah Fant, the No. 20 overall pick of the first round, to a four-year rookie deal with a fifth-year option on Thursday, according to a source. The deal will include a $7.17 million signing bonus. Poor blocking and problems with drops could hurt Fant early in his career, but he has intriguing long-term upside and could put up some decent numbers in his first year in Denver with quarterback Joe Flacco often leaning on his pass-catching tight ends. Still, he'll have to compete with Jeff Heuerman, Troy Fumagalli and Jake Butt, so don't overvalue him in redraft leagues in his rookie season.
Denver Broncos rookie tight end Noah Fant has a chance to put up numbers right away in 2019 with quarterback Joe Flacco throwing him passes. In every season with Baltimore, Flacco had at least one tight end finish among the top five in catches on the team. In seven of his seasons, a tight end was among the top three Ravens in catches. "Im excited about it," Flacco said. "When you look at him, hes a really athletic guy. I think hes underrated at the line of scrimmage in terms of what he can do and getting his hands on people. He can obviously run." Fant has high-end pass-catching upside in the NFL, but don't get too excited right out of the gate. Draft him as a TE2 with room to grow in his first season.