Hollister collected a meager 2-of-5 targets for 11 yards. Following the loss of veteran Greg Olsen, it was expected that Dissly would sit atop the depth chart and have the greatest chance an material production but through one game, that has not yet transpired. As it stands, Russell Wilson is locked onto his three starting wide receivers with little left for back-up tight ends, making both Dissly and Hollister poor plays down the stretch. Value for either will be dependent on an increased role in 2021 with the younger (24) Dissly holding more upside. Will Dissly is found as DLF's TE38 and Jacob Hollister, TE43. Either can be rostered in deeper dynasty formats on the chance once develops into a production starter in 2021.