The Facts: Graham signed a three-year deal with the Packers a year ago expected to become a favorite target of Aaron Rodgers. But the five-time Pro Bowl TE scored only two touchdowns, catching 55 passes for 636 yards. Does Graham have anything left? The 32-year-old insists he does and will prove his doubters wrong. “I mean we all have our ups and downs,” Graham said Sunday. “Obviously, there was a lot going on last year for all of us in the building. But all that’s in the past. I know the player that I am, and I know I still have juice; I know I still can run. I’m going to go prove a lot of people wrong.”
Diehards Line: The Packers finished only 6-9-1 in 2018, missing the playoffs for the second consecutive season. They fired Mike McCarthy and hired Matt LaFleur, giving Graham, and all the Packers, a fresh start. Graham needs one. And, as Clutchpoints.com's Evan Massey recently suggested, Graham is still a matchup nightmare with the speed, athleticism and route-running ability that will lead to continued opportunity in 2019 -- even with the addition of rookie TE Jace Sternberger. That said, fantasy owners have plenty of reason to wonder if there's value to be had in the Packers starting tight end or not. At this year's price? There might well be.