WR - ATL
Week 14 Outlook
Drake London finished with just one catch for eight yards in the Falcons' 13-8 win over the New York Jets.
London was targeted five times, tied for the second-most on the team, but he and Ridder were only able to connect once for eight yards. After seven consecutive games with at least three catches and 36 yards, Sunday's performance served as a reminder of how bad things can go for London in this Falcons' passing attack. That being said, fantasy owners must start London in next week's matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 31st-ranked pass defense.
Drake London caught five of his seven targets for 91 yards in a 24-15 win over the Saints in Week 12.
London wound up leading the team in receiving in the divisional win over New Orleans. His longest reception went for 29 yards while his 91 total yards were the most he's had since Week 6 against Washington. London will be a low-end WR2 in Week 13 against the Jets.
Drake London caught 3-of-4 targets for 36 yards in Atlanta's 25-23 loss to Arizona on Sunday.
Curiously, Atlanta's passing offensive had next to no impact for the majority of the game, as both Taylor Heinicke and Desmond Ridder combined for 94 passing yards. London's production suffered as a result. Thankfully, this is the first time he has had less than 50 receiving yards or a touchdown since week 3 against Detroit, so he should continue to up WR3 numbers going forward.
Drake London (groin) was limited at Atlanta's practice on Wednesday.
Atlanta didn't have London in Week 9 as he dealt with a groin injury, but he was back and practicing in a limited fashion on Wednesday. He seems to be trending the right way for Week 10, and he will be worth a flex start if he's active and fully healthy against the Cardinals.
Drake London has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
It was trending this direction after London missed practice all week. Kyle Pitts, Jonnu Smith and Bijan Robinson should all see an uptick in targets, while Van Jefferson should see more snaps as well.