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Week 7 Outlook
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The embodiment of the term "Speed Demon." Electric at all levels of the field and can take the top off a defense. Demands respect for his ability to burn you deep. Quick and twitchy, which creates separation consistently. Not a dynamic route runner, but his speed gives him enough room to back off defenders before cutting to an out route, curl, etc. Doesn't sink his hips very well and stop on a dime to hit those breaking routes. Agility measurements will be off the charts. Insane athlete. Incredible burst in short spaces to be able to go from 0-60 in a blink of an eye. Dynamic lateral agility as well to be able to put his foot in the ground after the catch and set up defenders in the open field. Best when allowed to use his speed in space. Good hands and able to make the occasional acrobatic catch. Struggled with drops on tape in both 2018 and 2019. Makes the easy catches when pulling away from defenders way down field. Struggles in contested situations way downfield. Also struggles when making contested catches in tight windows in the middle of the field. (Slants, ins, etc.) Able to make the contested catch if he's given good positioning, but due to his size, he struggles to go up and make the tightly contested difficult catch. Dynamic after the catch. Used frequently on screens and end arounds, which would just put the ball in his hands. His speed allows him to hit a crease and hit the burst button. Good release package. Intentional with his release. Knows where he's going once he makes a move and uses his explosiveness to get the edge on a corner. Good at tracking the ball downfield. Struggles to reel it in consistently, but is always in the right spot. Overall, an incredibly useful weapon to a NFL modern day offense. Will be able to take the top of a defense and provide a speed element instantaneously. There are questions and concerns about what specific role he'll be able to fill, but fitting him with an innovative OC will alleviate those concerns.
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Jalen Reagor (thumb) placed on IR, out through Week 6
The Eagles placed rookie wideout Jalen Reagor (thumb) on injured reserve.
Reagor will be eligible to return in Week 7, but he'll likely be sidelined longer than that. John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia reported last week that the team is hoping Reagor returns after their Week 9 bye. The takeaway here is that the tantalizing receiver prospect can be dropped in most redraft leagues. Zach Ertz and Greg Ward are the only two healthy pass catchers on the Eagles that should even be considered for fantasy purposes right now.
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|ECR||Best||Worst||# of Experts|
|Week 7||WR #110||WR #91||WR #107||5|
|Rest of Season||WR #76||WR #75||WR #79||3|
|Dynasty||WR #32||WR #17||WR #50||8|
|Rush Att||Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Fumbles||Points|
|Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Season to Date||48||0||2.5||4.8|
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|OPP||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Recs||Points|
|Week 2||vs. LAR||41||0||4||4.1|
|Week 1||@ WAS||55||0||1||5.5|