Flacco Rejoices in the Return of Dennis Pitta

Flacco recharged by return of Dennis Pitta

Flacco recharged by return of Dennis Pitta

Baltimore Ravens Tight End Dennis Pitta made his season debut Sunday returning from a hip injury to play against the Vikings Week 14, catching 6 passes for 48 yards and a touchdown.

Quarterback Joe Flacco targeted Pitta 11 times which tied for the team high showing fantasy owners in Pitta he still trusts.

Besides a few drops in the first half it looked like the Flacco/Pitta combo picked up right were they left off last year when they combined for almost 700 yards and 7 touchdowns on 61 receptions during the regular season.

The Former BYU Cougar is owned in just 21% of leagues and is well worth a waiver pickup even if you already have a solid tight end.

Pitta, when healthy, draws a ton of targets and most importantly red zone targets. In deeper leagues Pitta holds value even at the flex position.

If Pitta can avoid any setbacks and get a full week of practice under his belt he should be considered a top 10 tight end against the Lions in an ever so important Week 15 of fantasy football.

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Flacco Rejoices in the Return of Dennis Pitta

Flacco recharged by return of Dennis Pitta

Flacco recharged by return of Dennis Pitta

Baltimore Ravens Tight End Dennis Pitta made his season debut Sunday returning from a hip injury to play against the Vikings Week 14, catching 6 passes for 48 yards and a touchdown.

Quarterback Joe Flacco targeted Pitta 11 times which tied for the team high showing fantasy owners in Pitta he still trusts.

Besides a few drops in the first half it looked like the Flacco/Pitta combo picked up right were they left off last year when they combined for almost 700 yards and 7 touchdowns on 61 receptions during the regular season.

The Former BYU Cougar is owned in just 21% of leagues and is well worth a waiver pickup even if you already have a solid tight end.

Pitta, when healthy, draws a ton of targets and most importantly red zone targets. In deeper leagues Pitta holds value even at the flex position.

If Pitta can avoid any setbacks and get a full week of practice under his belt he should be considered a top 10 tight end against the Lions in an ever so important Week 15 of fantasy football.

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