WR Harry Douglas - Tennessee Titans
|5-11, 176||Born: 9-16-1985||College: Louisville||Drafted: Round 3|
Week 12: vs Oakland Raiders
Mark and Joe say: Great matchup. Even Matthew Stafford can pass on the Raiders' secondary (22/35 for 266 net yards passing, with zero TDs or interceptions thrown). Three games ago, the Steelers threw 28/50 for 402 yards, two TDs and one interception vs. Oakland - to date, the Raiders average 290.5 net passing yards allowed per game (30th in the NFL), with 16 passing scores handed out. Over the past four weeks (four games played) the Raiders are 12th in the NFL averaging 22.8 fantasy points given up to opposing quarterbacks per game; they are eighth-most-generous in fantasy points to opposing wide receivers during that span (25.2 fantasy points allowed on average) and 22nd in the NFL in fantasy points given out to opposing tight ends (6.8 per game on average). Marcus Mariota has thrown for 66/98 for 787 yards passing, four TDs and one interception since getting back on the field in Week Nine - he should have fun picking apart this vulnerable secondary in Week 12. Advantage, Tennessee.
Recent Stats and Projections
Recent Game Summaries
2015 Week 11 vs JAX (5 / 2 / 16 / 0 rec)
Harry Douglas had one reception in the first half of last week's game, it came late in the second quarter. He wasn't made to wait as long in this game. Douglas caught Mariota's first pass of the game for a first down on a quick out route from the slot. His second target didn't result in a reception, but did result in a first down. Douglas ran a curl route and was held by Aaron Colvin after his release. The veteran got two more targets before the end of the half, his first was a slant route when he was open but couldn't control the ball through contact. Mariota went straight back to Douglas at the beginning of the following drive as he caught a nine-yard pass on the sideline as the defense dropped deep. Douglas was struggling to get open, but he benefited from multiple holding penalties and a long pass interference penalty in the third quarter to still provide value to the offense.
2015 Week 10 vs CAR (3 / 3 / 26 / 0 rec)
With Kendall Wright inactive, Harry Douglas could have expected a big role in this game. He didn't have one. Douglas was the first receiver to catch a pass, but that catch came midway through the second quarter when Mariota checked it down underneath on Third-and-Long. It was the only catch a Titans receiver made in the first half. Douglas didn't catch another pass until late in the fourth quarter, when he gained just one yard. He followed that up with a downfield reception over the middle of the field, but that was in garbage time.
2015 Week 9 vs NO (5 / 5 / 73 / 0 rec)
Harry Douglas caught all five of his targets on Sunday for 73 yards, which represents his most productive day as a member of the Titans. He hauled in his longest reception of the day right before the half, a 30-yard deep left connection with Marcus Mariota that brought the Titans into Saints territory. The drive ultimately resulted in a turnover by Dexter McCluster as the final play of the half. His role will most likely be impacted once Kendall Wright returns, leaving him as no better than the fourth option in the passing game.
2015 Week 6 vs MIA (4 / 1 / 11 / 0 rec)
Harry Douglas struggled last week against the Buffalo Bills. The Titans went to him early on the first drive, targeting him in space after play action for a first down. Douglas followed up his first target by failing to make a tougher reception downfield for what would have been a 15-yard gain. He didn't see the ball again until late in the fourth quarter, when he couldn't bring in a high pass from Mariota over the middle of the field on fourth down.
2015 Week 5 vs BUF (3 / 2 / 17 / 0 rec)
Once Dorial Green-Beckham shows more comfort on the field, Douglas' snaps should be extremely limited. The receiver consistently failed to get open in this game when targeted. Stephon Gilmore disrupted his first attempt at catching a pass before Douglas was called for offensive pass interference when he got free on a third down conversion. Douglas did adjust well to one first down pass on a third down but his overall contribution was disappointing.
2015 Week 3 vs IND (6 / 3 / 20 / 0 rec)
Douglas had a couple of targets on the opening drives of the game for the Titans, but his most significant play came when he dropped a potential first down catch on an out route. Mariota's pass should have been better placed, but Douglas had enough time to adjust to it and bring it in. It was a quiet game for the veteran receiver after that point. It appears inevitable that he will be phased out of the offense as Dorial Green-Beckham becomes more comfortable in the whole offense.
2015 Week 2 vs CLE (8 / 1 / 9 / 0 rec, 1 / -6 / 0 rush)
It wasn't a good day for Harry Douglas. The receiver had an early personal foul penalty that stunted a drive before dropping a deep pass late in the fourth quarter. He registered just one reception for nine yards.
2015 Week 1 vs TB (2 / 2 / 24 / 1 rec)
Harry Douglas had a quiet but impressive game for the Titans in his debut. His first reception was the result of a beautiful Mariota pass down the seam as he pulled the ball in with a defender on his back. After that, he caught a touchdown pass in the redzone after working infield to wide open space for the reception. Unless Hakeem Nicks makes an unexpected return to the roster this week, Douglas appears to be comfortably the team's second starter at this point.
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