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Week 7 Outlook
QB Matt Barkley completed 12 of 16 passes for 115 yards and two scores during the Titans Week 2 preseason win vs the Buccaneers.
Barkley looked very impressive during the win. He doesn't have much fantasy value, but he could be a capable backup if something happens to Tannehill.
Free-agent QB Matt Barkley has signed a contract with the Tennessee Titans to backup QB Ryan Tannehill, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Barkley spent the last three seasons with the Buffalo Bills. He is a solid, experienced backup QB. The Titans also cut QB DeShone Kizer, so Barkley will be the go-to in Tennessee if Tannehill suffers an injury.
Bills QB Matt Barkley was 6/13 for 164 yards, one touchdown, and one interception as he took over for Josh Allen in the second half of Week 17's demolition of the Dolphins.
The highlight of Barkley's afternoon was a 56-yard strike to Gabriel Davis for a touchdown with six and a half minutes to go in the fourth quarter. Barkley's value is strictly injury-based moving forward.
Bills QB Matt Barkley completed 2/3 passes for 11 yards in garbage time on Monday night.
Barkley took over a blowout early in the fourth quarter and was basically just there to hand the ball off and run the clock out. His fantasy relevance is strictly injury-based moving forward.
Matt Barkley completed 18-of-35 pass attempts for 232 yards and two interceptions in the Bills' Week 17 loss to the Jets. Barkley rushed twice for negative-four yards and fumbled once.
It is well established at this point that Barkley is not an NFL-starting caliber quarterback, and he's hardly even a viable backup in truth. Barkley has no fantasy appeal heading into the playoffs or the 2020 season.