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N'Keal Harry

N'Keal Harry

WR - NE

Height: 6' 4"Weight: 225 lbsAge: 23College: Arizona StateDrafted: #32 (1st Rd. by New England)

Week 17 Outlook

NYJ @ NE
Sun 1:00pm ET
Matchup (?)
Week Rank (ECR) WR #78
Projection 3.7 pts

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N'Keal Harry catches two passes in Week 17

N'Keal Harry caught two passes for 17 yards in the Patriots' Week 17 win over the Jets.

Fantasy Impact

Harry finishes his sophomore campaign with 33 receptions for 309 yards and two touchdowns. The former first-round pick has been a major disappointment through two seasons, and it's becoming increasingly tough to justify any optimism for his future dynasty league value. Perhaps a new quarterback could inject some life into Harry's game next year.

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Rankings
ECRBestWorst# of Experts
Week 17WR #78WR #77WR #9312
Rest of Season WR #98WR #85WR #1012
Dynasty WR #49WR #32WR #9661
Projections
(Week 17)
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Projections (Week 17)
Rush AttRush YdsRush TdsRecsRec YdsRec TdsFumblesPoints
0.31.502.528.60.103.7
History
Statistics
(avgs.)
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Statistics (avgs.)
Rec YdsRec TdsRecsPoints
Last Week17021.7
Last 3 Weeks10.701.31.1
Season to Date22.10.12.42.9
Game Log
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Game Log
OPPRec YdsRec TdsRecsPoints
Week 17vs. NYJ17021.7
Week 16vs. BUF3010.3
Week 15@ MIA12011.2
Week 14@ LAR49034.9
Strength of Schedule
(2020)
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Strength of Schedule (2020)
OppSummary
Next Gamevs. NYJ15th easiest opponent
Playoffs (?)LAR, MIA, BUF28th easiest opponents
Rest of Season--3rd easiest remaining opponents
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