WR - NE
Week 4 Outlook
Nelson Agholor hauled in 2-of-8 targets for 17 yards in the Patriots' Week 3 defeat to the Saints.
Agholor was held in check once again, catching only two balls for 17 yards on a day where Mac Jones threw for 270 yards. On the other hand, his eight targets actually served as a season-high. As a result, Agholor is seeing sufficient volume to at least be kept on fantasy benches, but can only be trusted as a low-end WR4 next week versus Tampa Bay.
Nelson Agholor hauled in all three of his targets for 21 yards in New England's Week 2 victory versus the New York Jets.
Agholor cooled off today after a strong Week 1 performance, seeing just three targets. He likely could have had a busier afternoon if the Jets were more competitive, though rookie QB Zach Wilson struggled mightily with four interceptions to help New England cruise to a 25-6 victory. Agholor should bounce back against the Saints in Week 3, but fantasy managers should consider him no more than a WR4.
Nelson Agholor caught 5-of-7 targets for a team-high 72 yards and one touchdown in New England's defeat to Miami.
Agholor looked solid in his debut as a Patriot, leading the team in receiving yards. Fortunately, his ankle did not appear to slow him down this afternoon. While there is no clear top pass-catcher in this offense, Agholor will still need to be able to consistently produce in a crowded room, in order to be considered a regular WR4. He'll look to build on this performance against the Jets next week.
Patriots wide receiver Nelson Agholor (ankle) is active for Sunday’s season opener against the Dolphins.
Agholor did not practice on Thursday and was limited on Friday. While any sort of practice limitation is less than ideal, his upgrade in status at the end of the week offered some insight into whether he would be active. In a tough matchup against Miami, Agholor falls into WR5 range.
Patriots WR Nelson Agholor has officially been listed as questionable for Sunday with an ankle injury.
Agholor had a surprisingly strong 2020 with Las Vegas and was acquired as a part of New England's legendary free-agency spending spree this past offseason. The speedy wideout is desperately needed in a wide receiver core that isn't overly talented or deep.
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