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In my most recent fantasy football post, I looked which tight ends you should target for your virtual team.
For our beloved Eagles, I have two who make the cut.
At number five comes Clay Harbor, who did a good job in a reserve role last season, but is destined to see more snaps in 2012.
Here’s what I have to say about him:
As the Philadelphia Eagles’ No. 2 tight end, one may assume that Clay Harbor’s fantasy value is directly linked to the health of Brent Celek, but this is far from the truth.
With left tackle Jason Peters expected to miss the entire season, Philadelphia will utilize Harbor as another blocker to alleviate quarterback pressure.
After experiencing plenty of success in 2011, the Eagles are looking to employ more two tight end sets this season. This means that Harbor should be on the field for more than just 29.7 percent of all offensive snaps in 2012, and will see his opportunities rise dramatically.
The 6’3” tight end should become a solid ...