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WR Marqise Lee - Jacksonville Jaguars

6-0, 192Born: 11-25-1991College: Southern CaliforniaDrafted: Round 2

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17 at IND 47 0 0 0 9 6 86 0 0 8.6

Recent Game Summaries

2016 Week 17 vs IND (9 / 6 / 86 / 0 rec)

Lee did not make any game changing plays but he still showed the skills that made him such an improved player. He made a few catches way outside his frame that required adjustment, showing his improvement in this area. What he was best at was getting YAC, as he turned several short passes into first downs. One area you'd like to see him improve is getting separation deep down the field.

2016 Week 16 vs TEN (7 / 3 / 37 / 1 rec)

Lee scored two touchdowns on the day for the Jaguars. The first one was a leaping adjustment to a back shoulder throw against great coverage. The second one was on a trick play, where he was handed the ball on a reverse and then threw it to a wide-open Bortles for a score. Lee was otherwise fairly quiet, though he did make one great snag on a drag route, extending to catch the ball way below his knees.

2016 Week 15 vs HOU (3 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)

Lee did not record a single catch but he did return a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown.

2016 Week 14 vs MIN (8 / 5 / 113 / 0 rec)

Lee had his best game of the season. He made every Vikings corner that covered him look silly, be it with domination at the catch point or forcing penalties. His YAC was terrific, showing speed and vision. His biggest improvement this season has been his ability to make catches outside his frame, and he is legitimately making the catches that Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns were making last season. He is the teams #1 WR right now and for the rest of the season, and Bortles continuing to feed him passes proves this.

2016 Week 13 vs DEN (9 / 3 / 34 / 0 rec, 2 / 10 / 0 rush)

Lee did not do much this game, in part due to Bortles ineptitude and in part due to his inability to separate against the best cornerback trio in the NFL. He had one bad drop and needs to do a better job against physicality from defenders, but he also had one highlight catch that displayed how massive of an improvement he had made in adjusting to passes outside of his frame.

2016 Week 12 vs BUF (6 / 4 / 37 / 1 rec, 1 / 2 / 0 rush)

Lee caught a touchdown pass but was otherwise fairly quiet despite leading the team in receiving. The Jaguars passing output was too lackluster for any wideout to truly shine but Lee still looked like a major part of the offense.

2016 Week 11 vs DET (8 / 4 / 52 / 1 rec, 1 / 6 / 0 rush)

Marqise Lee is the clear WR2 in the offense right now, and some weeks he even challenges Robinson for the role of WR1. This was his best week yet, too. He made some catches that seemed impossible for him to make last season. He consistently showed great focus and toughness to beat physical coverage. His routes have improved and he is the teams best YAC threat. Bortles trusts him and he has no reason not to right now. He is in the zone.

2016 Week 10 vs HOU (6 / 4 / 50 / 0 rec, 1 / 6 / 0 rush)

Marqise Lee is playing the best football of his career. He is consistently getting open and has, somehow, developed into a safety net. Once an unreliable player has turned into a player who is consistently making difficult catches. His turnaround is outstanding and would be a bigger story if the Jaguars won more games. He is the units #2 WR.

2016 Week 9 vs KC (8 / 4 / 84 / 0 rec, 1 / 11 / 0 rush)

Lee is the Jaguars best WR right now. He is the most consistent in all phases and has become a safety valve for Bortles of sorts. He added a deep element to his game this week, being the only wideout that Bortles could connect with on a vertical shot. He is playing like a 2nd-round pick for the first time in his career.

2016 Week 7 vs OAK (8 / 7 / 107 / 0 rec)

Lee, again, was the Jaguars best wideout on Sunday. I can't believe I just typed that either. He has been terrific at gaining yards after the catch and he has cut out the drops from his game. He is the only player on the offense who is producing.

2016 Week 6 vs CHI (6 / 6 / 61 / 0 rec)

This must be the twilight zone, because Lee was the Jaguars best WR on Sunday. He caught everything that came his way and turned several short passes into big YAC situations. The team seems determined to get him involved in the passing game and for the first time in his career, it is paying off.

2016 Week 4 vs IND (6 / 4 / 28 / 0 rec)

Lee showed that his speed can be an asset, and the Jaguars staff showed faith in him by going to him in several key stretches, such as on a 3rd down at the end of the half and on the final drives of the game. Lee can't be a threat past 10 yards because he can't catch against contact, but as a wideout who is schemed into YAC opportunies, he has value.

2016 Week 3 vs BAL (7 / 5 / 44 / 0 rec)

Lee might actually have a better chance to make plays than Hurns does right now because it is harder for Bortles to screw up his execution with how Lee's plays are designed. He does not win well as a traditional wideout but still sees a lot of underneath and screen passes because he is the offense's best YAC threat. He has seen a consistent amount of targets through 3 weeks.

2016 Week 2 vs SD (7 / 5 / 75 / 0 rec)

2 of Blake Bortles 3 interceptions in 2016 have been on passes thrown to Marqise Lee. This isn't to say he is at fault for them (though he is at fault for one of them) but if the team continues to have disastrous results when he is targeted then it is hard to think he remains very relevant. Did not make any real significant plays until the game was completely out of reach.

2016 Week 1 vs GB (4 / 2 / 22 / 0 rec)

In a game where the Jaguars pass catchers were consistent and explosive, Lee struggled. He was used essentially as a starter; playing a heavy amount of snaps both in the slot and on the outside. He bobbled his first target so badly that it ended up an interception and then dropped his next target outright, a screen. He would catch a quick hitting pass across the middle on a designed play to get him yards after the catch later in the game but that was the extent of his usage. If his play continues like this, it is hard to envision him to continue seeing the amount of snaps that he is seeing.

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