WR N'Keal Harry - New England Patriots
|6-2, 213||Born: 12-17-1997||College: Arizona State||Drafted: Round 1, pick 2019|
News you need to know
From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Oct 14): It sounds like the first round pick might be worked into the offense soon if he's ready to come off of injured reserve. Consider a preemptive pickup in very deep leagues.
General News (Tue Oct 15): returned to practice Tuesday, Oct. 15, and has been designated as one of the team's two players to return from the Reserve/Injured list.
General News (Mon Oct 14): is expected to practice this week. Harry is on the Reserve/Injured list.
Week 7: at New York Jets
FBG says: Good matchup. Tom Brady has topped 300 yards in 3 of his last 4 games, albeit in fairly shaky fashion. Working behind a patchwork front line, he struggled with the ho-hum pass rushes of the Giants and Redskins, and it's affected his timing on downfield throws. He's also thrown an interception in three straight games. On the plus side, he's still producing, especially when feasting on his dynamic connection with Julian Edelman. The still-elite slot man, working through a minor chest injury, has posted back-to-back 100-yard performances as the clear focal point of Brady's attention. Beyond him, though, this attack is a pure grab bag. Josh Gordon is likely on the wrong side of questionable for Sunday, and another absence would push Phillip Dorsett and Jakobi Meyers into heavy snaps, though neither would project too much usage. It's quite possible James White would be the team's second-most relevant receiver for fantasy purposes. White caught nine balls last Thursday, which is no fluky occurrence for the versatile chess piece. All told, this unit is much greater than the sum of its parts. Brady's fantasy value is held up even on his worst days by volume, which is being distributed more predictably than ever. The Jets, still trotting out one of football's weakest pass defenses, got a reprieve last Sunday when Amari Cooper went down early. Dak Prescott mostly kept the ball underneath after that but did produce a few splash plays, with even Tavon Austin (64 yards on 5 catches) making a dent in the game. Before last week, the Jets had allowed huge lines to John Brown (7 for 123 and a touchdown), Odell Beckham (6 for 161 and 1), the Josh Gordon/Phillip Dorsett duo in New England (12 for 136 and 1). It's still far too easy for opposing wideouts to find room down the field against shaky cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts. Safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye make up a fantastic young duo, but can only do so much. If the Jets are going to slow down Tom Brady and his weapons, they'll need to hold downfield coverage long enough for Brady to feel pressure and misfire. That won't be an easy task, though, with the pass rush underperforming so badly. They've recorded a pitiful seven sacks through five games, despite blitzing at the league's fourth-highest rate. Brady has built a Hall of Fame career by forcing defenses to send their coverage men into the backfield to grasp at air.
Recent Stats and Projections
Latest NewsPatriots | N'Keal Harry designated to return (Tue Oct 15, 05:43 PM) - Updating a previous report, New England Patriots WR N'Keal Harry (ankle) returned to practice Tuesday, Oct. 15, and has been designated as one of the team's two players to return from the Reserve/Injured list. Our View: Harry was the team's first-round pick in the 2019 NFL draft. The Arizona State product had a rough training camp and preseason. In super deep leagues, we're stashing him merely because of the offense he's on.
link to story Patriots | N'Keal Harry practices (Tue Oct 15, 12:16 PM) - New England Patriots WR N'Keal Harry (ankle) practiced Tuesday, Oct. 15. Our View: Harry is a stash in very deep leagues with Josh Gordon banged up and the Patriots wide receivers thinner than expected right now.
link to story Patriots | N'Keal Harry to practice (Mon Oct 14, 10:47 AM) - New England Patriots WR N'Keal Harry (ankle) is expected to practice this week. Harry is on the Reserve/Injured list. Our View: Harry, their first-round pick in the 2019 NFL draft, could come off IR in a couple of weeks. They could use help at the position, so we'll see if Harry is one of their 'designated to return' players.
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