Luke Willson

Luke Willson

Height: 6' 5"Weight: 251 lbsAge: 29College: RiceDrafted: #158 (5th Rd. by Seattle)

Week 7 Outlook

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Week Rank (ECR) TE #27
Projection 2.9 pts


Luke Wilson inactive Week 10

Tight End Luke Wilson was listed as inactive for Detroit's Week 10 trip to Chicago to face the Bears. Wilson was not listed on the injury report, so he's a healthy scratch as the Lions tinker with their lineup.

Fantasy Impact

Wilson led Detroit's tight ends in snaps in every week since Week 2 before getting out-snapped by Michael Roberts last week. Roberts should get the starting nod here with in-line blocker Levine Toilolo also active.

Luke Willson nets 17 yards in Week 9 loss

Luke Willson caught both of the passes that came his way in Week 9 for 17 yards.

Fantasy Impact

Willson gets very few targets in the Lions offense and does not warrant fantasy consideration.

Brad Richter49 weeks ago
Luke Willson gets three receptions in Week 8

Luke Willson had three receptions for 21 yards on four targets in Week 8 against the Seahawks.

Fantasy Impact

The tight ends have become a little more involved in the Lions passing game over the last couple of weeks including Wilson with five receptions. It is still not enough volume to warrant fantasy consideration.

Brad Richter50 weeks ago
Luke Willson catches two passes for eight yards

Luke Willson caught both of his targets for eight yards Sunday against the Dolphins.

Fantasy Impact

There was hope that Willson would step up as a fantasy-relevant tight end in Detroit, but that hasn't come to fruition. He's now seen eight targets total this season. Even at a shallow position such as TE, Willson isn't fantasy relevant at this point.

Blaine Blontz51 weeks ago
Luke Willson catches two passes in Week 3

Luke Willson caught 2-of-3 targets for 10 yards during the Lions win over the Patriots on Sunday night.

Fantasy Impact

Willson has just three receptions for 23 yards on the season as the Lions tight ends are non-existent in the offense with all of the volume funneling through the WRs.

Brad Richter1 year ago