WR - NE
Week 6 Outlook
Jakobi Meyers hauled in 5-of-6 targets for 44 yards in New England's overtime defeat to Dallas.
Meyers could have had a bigger day, if not for a holding penalty that nullified a potential 25-yard touchdown early in the second frame. He was still able to lead the team in targets and receptions, as he's typically done throughout the season thus far. Meyers will have an opportunity to register his first 100-yard receiving effort and/or a score in Week 7 when the Patriots host the 1-4 Jets.
Jakobi Meyers hauled in 4-of-5 targets for 56 yards in Sunday afternoon's win over the Texans.
Meyers trailed only Hunter Henry in targets, receptions, and yardage. He nearly scored his first touchdown of the season, as he came up just one yard short after hauling in a six-yard catch on second-and-goal from the seven-yard line in the second quarter. It was a bit of a letdown performance given the easy matchup, but he remains a rock-solid WR3 due to consistent volume. Meyers gets a stingy Cowboys defense for Week 6.
Jakobi Meyers caught 8-of-12 targets for 70 yards in Sunday night's loss to the Buccaneers. He additionally completed 2-of-2 passes for 45 yards.
Meyers continues to be a target hog for the Patriots, commanding 26 targets through the last two contests. He also showcased his passing ability, completing both of his attempts for 45 yards. Fantasy owners shouldn't be surprised if that trend continues for the converted quarterback. New England was forced to keep throwing the ball tonight, especially with the team recording an abysmal negative one yard on the ground. They have an excellent matchup next week against the lowly Texans, where Meyers should serve as a high-end WR3 with WR2 upside.
Jakobi Meyers hauled in 9-of-14 targets for 94 yards in Sunday afternoon's loss to the Saints.
Meyers led the team in targets and receptions on a day where the Patriots were forced to throw 51 times. He continues to see the most targets out of any player on the team, and is settling in as a rock-solid WR3 for fantasy purposes. Meyers will look to keep the momentum going when Tom Brady and the Buccaneers come to town for Week 4 on Sunday night.
Jakobi Meyers hauled in 4-of-6 targets for 38 yards in Sunday afternoon's victory against the Jets.
Meyers matched James White for a team-high six targets, although only recorded 38 yards. He does, however, lead the team in total targets this season with 15. He could've had a bigger day if the Jets kept the game closer, but rookie QB Zach Wilson struggled mightily with four interceptions to help New England cruise to a 25-6 victory. Meyers should be more productive versus New Orleans next week, where fantasy managers can deploy him as a WR3/4.
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