As the 2019 fantasy football season nears, it's time to examine players who could make or break your fantasy team. Here's a look at Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry and his fantasy outlook for the season ahead.
Hunter Henry Fantasy Outlook
You could say Henry broke out as a rookie because of the eight touchdowns, but injuries and Antonio Gates have kept him from really putting it all together. Gates appears to finally be out of the way, and Henry returned from last offseason’s ACL tear by the playoffs. Now he’s in for an even larger share of a plentiful red zone pie. Philip Rivers has ranked among the league’s top 6 in red zone passing TDs in three of his four seasons under Ken Whisenhunt.
Size: 6'5", 250
Bye Week: 12
Henry’s durability issues would be scarier at another position. But Philip Rivers gives him upside that few tight ends can boast.
Season Projections for 2019
66 receptions, 858 yards, 9 receiving TDs