WR - LV
Week 7 Outlook
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Big-bodied receiver who has some of the best hands in this class. Underrated due to the poor QB performance he dealt with this season. Good route running and excels on slants and positioning with his size. Sinks in and out of routes and able to sell a multitude of route combinations. Cut down size immensely from 2018 and became extremely twitchy at the LOS. Quick and shifty for his size and hard for corners to get their hands on him. When they do get their hands on him, he's able to use his size and power to quickly detach and create separation. Used all over the field, but primarily lined up outside. Excellent hands and rarely drops anything that touches his hands. Has some of the most ridiculous catches you'll see from the position. Able to reel in highlight catches like it's nothing and is extremely natural. Would love to see more hands grabs than body catches, but enough there to not question his receiving ability. Excels in contested catch situations where he can use his body and long arms to leverage positioning. Excels at tracking the ball downfield. Due to poor QB play, difficult to ascertain true ability due to being overthrown or just flat out missed by several yards. Due to progression in athleticism from 2018, used frequently on short passes and allowed to work after the catch. Shifty enough to make plays, but wouldn't be used primarily in this role in the NFL. Quick feet in his release and powerful enough to swipe away defenders' arms trying to regain position. Good body control to decelerate and stop quickly. Knowledgeable route runner and release tactician. Possesses good speed, but not tremendous speed to pull away from defenders. Will struggle to create true separation at the NFL level, but possesses enough ability as a contested catch artist to make up for it. Overall, a much better prospect than he will get recognition for this draft season. Big, strong and twitchy wide receiver who is in competition for the best hands in the class. Production won't match up with the talent level and he'll come at a discount in rookie drafts.
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Bryan Edwards (ankle) misses practice Thursday
WR Bryan Edwards (ankle) won't practice Thursday.
Edwards missed Sunday's Week4 loss to the Bills due to an ankle injury. He has now missed back-to-back practices and is jeopardy of missing Sunday's Week 5 contest against the Chiefs. Edwards has hauled in five receptions on six targets for 99 yards over three games this season. The 21-year-old wide receiver should only be rostered in dynasty or deep-league formats for now.
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|ECR||Best||Worst||# of Experts|
|Rest of Season||WR #88||WR #83||WR #87||2|
|Dynasty||WR #48||WR #36||WR #59||8|
|Rush Att||Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Fumbles||Points|
|Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Last 3 Weeks||33||0||1.7||3.3|
|Season to Date||33||0||1.7||3.3|
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|OPP||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Week 3||@ NE||48||0||2||4.8|
|Week 2||vs. NO||42||0||2||4.2|
|Week 1||@ CAR||9||0||1||0.9|