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Jason McCourty

Jason McCourty


Height: 5' 11"Weight: 195 lbsAge: 33College: RutgersDrafted: #203 (6th Rd. by Tennessee)

Week 17 Outlook

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Week Rank (ECR) N/A
Projection 4.2 pts


Jason McCourty (groin) inactive for Week 13

New England Patriots number two corner Jason McCourty has been ruled out for Week 13 against the Houston Texans.

Fantasy Impact

McCourty is in the midst of one of the best seasons of his career, and his loss will likely be felt by the Patriots. With Stephon Gilmore expected to travel with Deandre Hopkins, Will Fuller gets an upgrade. Fuller could very well end up Deshaun Watson's number one target tonight, and is worth captain consideration in single game DFS contests.

Raju Byfield1 year ago
Jason McCourty may see time at safety in Week 3

Jason McCourty may be forced to shift over to safety in Week 3 due to dwindling depth at the position. Starting strong safety Patrick Chung does not look likely to play after sustaining a concussion in Week 2. Backup Nate Ebner has also been limited in practice this week with a hip injury.

Fantasy Impact

The Patriots run a lot of three safety sets and if they plan to do so next week McCourty may be playing some safety. The biggest beneficiary here still remains Duron Harmon who projects to fill in for Patrick Chung while he is out.

Jason McCourty scores on pick-six

Cleveland Browns defensive back Jason McCourty had a big game for his team in Week 6. The veteran corner had one tackle, two passes defended, and an interception, which he returned for a touchdown.

Fantasy Impact

McCourty has been solid in his first season with the Browns, logging 24 total tackles, three interceptions, and two forced fumbles. He will look to stay hot in Week 7 when he takes on his old team, the Tennessee Titans.

Matthew Terelle3 years ago
Can Jason McCourty become an elite CB? writer Paul Kuharsky reports Jason McCourty could be poised for a breakout year. Kuharsky explains how McCourty faired well against some elite WRs last season, and was close to making a few big plays.

Fantasy Impact

There can be a case made for McCourty as a breadout candidate. Yet, I believe he has established himself as a good but not great NFL starter, and I don't see any evidence proving why that would suddenly change. His fantasy value remains low in IDP leagues. He should only be considered as a streaming option when the Titans face a weak opponent.

Rickey Brooksher6 years ago
McCourty: "I let the team down."

Jordan Raanan of reports that Tennesee Titans cornerback Jason McCourty was disappointed by his performance in a week 14 drubbing at the hands of the New York Giants. Specifically, McCourty feels he was not effective in coverage against the Giants' rising star WR Odell Beckham Jr. "I didn't play well enough for us to help us win. I let the team down today," McCourty said. "When you get matched up on the best guy, you've got to go out there and put up a better performance than that."

Fantasy Impact

Despite McCourty's feelings about having let his Titans teammates down, he turned in a fine performance for his fantasy owners in IDP leagues. McCourty tied teammate Michael Griffin with a game high 10 tackles (9 solo). He leads all CBs in tackles this season with 75 (68 solo), making him a must start in IDP leagues that have a DB position, and is one of the few CBs you could feel comfortable using in those leagues.

Mike Mahern6 years ago