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Deonte Harris

Deonte Harris

WR - NO - OUT

Height: 5' 6"Weight: 170 lbsAge: 23College: Assumption

Week 7 Outlook

NO @ SEA
Mon 8:15pm ET
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Deonte Harris scores in Week 5

Saints WR Deonte Harris caught his lone target for a 72-yard touchdown in Sunday's Week 5 win over the Football Team.

Fantasy Impact

Harris left the game with a hamstring injury but did his damage beforehand. He took his lone catch and target for a 72-yard score. Harris gets the Seahawks in Week 7 coming off their bye.

Deonte Harris leads Saints in targets in Week 4

Saints WR Deonte Harris caught 5-of-8 targets for 52 yards in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Giants.

Fantasy Impact

Harris led the team in targets but only took his five receptions for 52 yards. Harris is worth a look in deeper fantasy formats but is not with it in your regular-sized leagues.

Deonte Harris goes for 31 yards in Week 3

Saints WR Deonte Harris caught all three targets for 31 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Patriots.

Fantasy Impact

It seems like one Saints' wideout plays decent for fantasy a week. This time around, it was Marquez Callaway. Saints' wideouts can't be trusted.

Deonte Harris logs nine yards in Week 2

Saints WR Deonte Harris caught 1-of-2 targets for nine yards in Sunday's Week 2 loss to the Panthers.

Fantasy Impact

Harris scored in Week 1 but did nothing in Sunday's loss. The narrative for the Saints team overall. Until we know what the Saints will be offensive, it will be difficult to start anyone not named Alvin Kamara in fantasy.

Deonte Harris scores in Week 1 win

Saints WR Deonte Harris caught both of his targets for 72 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 1 win over the Packers.

Fantasy Impact

Harris is a top-three wideout in the Saints' passing attack. He likely won't see a vast amount of targets but will have to make do with the opportunities he receives. Harris is a big play waiting to happen any time he touches the ball, but unless he sees an uptick in targets, he will be hard to trust in season-long formats.