WR Dwayne Harris - Oakland Raiders
|5-10, 203||Born: 9-16-1987||College: East Carolina||Drafted: Round 6, pick 2011|
He is listed as out on this week's official injury report.
News you need to know
General News (Fri Sep 20): is out for this week's game.
General News (Thu Sep 19): did not practice on Thursday.
General News (Wed Sep 18): did not practice on Wednesday.
Week 3: at Minnesota Vikings
FBG says: Bad matchup. In week two, Oakland's passing attack failed to build upon the momentum of its impressive showing in week one against the Denver Broncos. At home against the Kansas City Chiefs, while playing catch-up for the majority of the game, Derek Carr elected to dump the ball off underneath rather than push the ball down the field. The refusal to attempt deep-passes highly resembles Derek Carr's 2018 passing tendencies, which proved to be highly inefficient. Although his tendencies changed wildly from week one to week two, Carr's favorite targets remained the same. Tyrell Williams and Darren Waller proved to stand alone atop the depth chart once again against Kansas City with seven targets each. Rookie Hunter Renfrow emerged as a potentially viable option after a quiet NFL debut with 4 receptions for 30 yards on 8 targets in week two. On the offensive line, the Raiders get Richie Incognito back from a two-game suspension heading into a week three clash with the Minnesota Vikings. Before sitting out the 2018 season, Incognito had progressed into one of the NFL's best interior pass-blockers. Incognito remains a bit of an unknown entering his first start in nearly 625 days, but it is almost inconceivable that his performance will be worse than Jordan Devey, the team's fill-in at left guard. Through two weeks, Minnesota's pass defense has been impressive. In the season opener, the Atlanta Falcons struggled to move the ball down the field, en-route to just a 12-point offensive performance. An early Vikings lead forced the Falcons into a pass-heavy approach throughout the game. The subsequent 304 passing yards compiled by quarterback Matt Ryan were primarily a product of a massive 46 pass attempts. In week two, the Minnesota Vikings went into Green Bay lost 21-16 as Aaron Rodgers threw for 204 yards and 2 touchdowns. One of the touchdowns came on a slip screen to running back Aaron Jones, and Minnesota's pass defense is hardly to blame the score. The Minnesota secondary is led by All-Pro safety Harrison Smith, who consistently ranks amongst the league's best safeties in coverage. Smith has not disappointed in 2019, turning in back-to-back strong performances; he has already matched his entire 2018 tally in pass-breakups through just two games. Alongside Harrison Smith, Anthony Harris has quickly become one of the league's most impressive young safeties. Harris, a former-undrafted free agent, has already intercepted opposing quarterbacks twice in the teams first two games, tied for the league lead. Minnesota's defensive line also sports an impressive duo of its own: Danielle Hunter and Everson Griffen. Both Hunter and Griffen have already registered 15 quarterback-pressures each. Minnesota's strengths along the defensive-front and in the secondary make their defense one of the league's most-impressive all-around units, especially against the pass.
Recent Stats and Projections
Weekly Performance vs WR 1, WR 12, WR 24, WR 36
Dwayne Harris's percentile rank in each category, among WR with more than 50 fantasy points.
Latest NewsRaiders | Oakland's Week 3 injury report (Fri Sep 20, 03:50 PM) - Oakland Raiders WR Dwayne Harris (ankle) and OG Gabe Jackson (knee) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 3 versus the Minnesota Vikings. LB Vontaze Burfict (shoulder, knee), DT Corey Liuget (knee), DT P.J. Hall (illness), OL Denzelle Good (ankle) and S Lamarcus Joyner (groin) were all limited in practice Friday, Sept. 20, and are listed as questionable. OT Trent Brown (knee) fully participated in practice Friday and is also listed as questionable. CB Gareon Conley (neck) was limited in practice for a third straight day Friday but was removed from the injury report. RB Josh Jacobs (hip), WR JJ Nelson (ankle), S Curtis Riley (hip), WR Tyrell Williams (hip) and CB Keisean Nixon (illness) were full participants in practice Friday and no longer appear on the injury report. Our View: Brown being banged up heading into a matchup with Danielle Hunter and Everson Griffen is bad news for Derek Carr.
link to story Raiders | Oakland's Thursday injury report (Thu Sep 19, 05:11 PM) - Oakland Raiders OT Trent Brown (knee), WR Dwayne Harris (ankle), OG Gabe Jackson (knee) and CB Keisean Nixon (illness) did not participate in practice Thursday, Sept. 19. LB Vontaze Burfict (knee, shoulder), CB Gareon Conley (neck) and DT P.J. Hall (illness) were limited during practice. DT Corey Liuget (knee) and S Curtis Riley (hip) fully participated in practice. Our View: Brown being banged up is bad news with Danielle Hunter and Everson Griffen on the schedule this week. It could be a rough day for Derek Carr.
link to story Raiders | Wednesday injuries for Oakland (Wed Sep 18, 05:07 PM) - Oakland Raiders OT Trent Brown (knee), WR Dwayne Harris (ankle) and G Gabe Jackson (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Sept. 18. LB Vontaze Burfict (shoulder/knee), CB Gareon Conley (neck), DT Corey Liuget (knee), WR JJ Nelson (ankle) and S Curtis Riley (hip) were all limited. link to story
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|4||@ Indianapolis Colts|
|5||vs Chicago Bears|
|6||--- BYE WEEK ---|
|7||@ Green Bay Packers|
|8||@ Houston Texans|
|9||vs Detroit Lions|
|10||vs Los Angeles Chargers|
|11||vs Cincinnati Bengals|
|12||@ New York Jets|
|13||@ Kansas City Chiefs|
|14||vs Tennessee Titans|
|15||vs Jacksonville Jaguars|
|16||@ Los Angeles Chargers|
|17||@ Denver Broncos|