WR - SEA
Week 12 Outlook
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Eskridge is a very diverse route-runner that lined up all over the formation at Western Michigan. He has incredible control and snap in and out of his breaks. He has a ridiculous ability to throttle down his speed or hit the gas that's going to keep defenders at any level on their heels. Fantastic at selling routes and getting defenders to freeze. He dictates the terms. One of, if not the most, explosive players in this draft class. Period. Has some of the most absurd acceleration and agility/short area-quickness. Top-end athlete that will be able to compete with any DB on the field. Has good hands, but still shows areas to improve in this category. Has the occasional concentration drop and is hit-or-miss in contested situations. With an innovative offense coordinator, he won't be in contested situations often, but has some highlight reel grabs, while also missing a few layups. Just needs to improve his consistency in this area. As mentioned before, has the ability to reel in catches in tight windows, but also has the tendency to drop easy layups. Needs to improve. Eskridge is a true angle-buster in the open field with his speed and explosiveness. He has the ability to stop on a dime and then turn and destroy a defender's angle to the tackle. Can go from 0-60 like few other players in the NFL. Violent and snappy release packages. Fantastic footwork at the line of scrimmage and he's constantly engaging his hands and fighting to keep his body clean. Twitchy and explosive movements that get a defender on their heels almost instantly. One of his best traits. Good deep ball tracking ability, but wasn't always hit in stride deep downfield. Can still work on adjusting to the ball and setting up the trailing defender, but it's difficult to fully evaluate this trait with how frequently he was asked to corral in a pass underneath and then create after the catch. Should be one of the fastest receivers in this year's class. Has true 4.3, breakaway speed.
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D'Wayne Eskridge (concussion) returning from IR
The Seahawks will activate rookie wide receiver D'Wayne Eskridge (concussion) from injured reserve this weekend.
Eskridge will return in a series of roster moves that also brings back quarterback Russell Wilson. The former hasn't played since Week 1, when he caught one pass for six yards. He's not on the redraft radar right now.
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|ECR||Best||Worst||# of Experts|
|Week 12||WR #111||WR #100||WR #120||20|
|Rest of Season||WR #135||WR #132||WR #132||1|
|Dynasty||WR #79||WR #62||WR #97||5|
|Rush Att||Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Fumbles||Points|
|Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Season to Date||1||0||1||1.2|
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|OPP||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Week 10||@ GB||-4||0||1||-0.4|
|Week 1||@ IND||6||0||1||2.8|