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Jan 7, 2024 154 0 1 51.3 8
Sep 24, 2023 31 0 2 38.3 -3
Player Outlook
Until Gabbert receives meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to their rosters.

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2023 185 3 45 52.5
2022 29 1 77
2021 67 -7 10.2
3y Avg. 80 1 3 61.5
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  • Chiefs' Blaine Gabbert: Uninspiring in spot start

    Gabbert completed 15 of 30 passes for 154 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's 13-12 win over the Chargers. He added five rushes for 46 yards. The Chiefs locked in the No. 3 seed in the AFC in Week 17, so they opted to sit a number of their starters in Sunday's win. Patrick Mahomes (coach's decision) was among the inactives, which allowed Gabbert to appear in his second game of the season. He posted an uninspiring stat line but did manage to lead the team on a game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter, based primarily on a few scrambles that picked up a combined 39 yards. He'll find himself back on the bench throughout the Chiefs' postseason run.
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  • Chiefs' Blaine Gabbert: Week 18 start on tap

    Head coach Andy Reid confirmed that Gabbert will start Sunday's game against the Chargers, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. With the Chiefs secure as the No. 3 playoff seed in the AFC playoffs, star quarterback Patrick Mahomes will be rested this weekend, with an eye toward keeping him healthy for the wild-card round. Gabbert will thus step in for his first extended action with the Chiefs, as his lone appearance this season came in the second half of a blowout win over the Bears in Week 3. The 34-year-old Gabbert has made 48 career NFL starts, though Sunday's will be his first since the 2018 season.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Could play behind Brady in Week 18

    Head coach Todd Bowles said Wednesday that Gabbert will be the next man up at quarterback if Tom Brady comes out of Sunday's matchup against Atlanta early, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Tampa Bay is locked into the fourth seed for the NFC playoffs, so while Brady will start, it's expected that the 45-year-old won't play the entire game. If that's the case, Gabbert will be the next man up, while Bowles also mentioned that Kyle Trask is likely to be active and may see action when Brady and Gabbert are taken out.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Wraps up solid preseason

    Gabbert completed five of seven attempts for 46 yards in the Buccaneers' 27-10 preseason loss to the Colts on Saturday night. Gabbert was the second quarterback in with Tom Brady making his preseason debut, and the veteran backup was able to helm a nine-play, 81-yard scoring march that culminated in a Ke'Shawn Vaughn one-yard touchdown run. Gabbert saw action in all three exhibitions and was efficient in each one, and he'll open the season in the familiar and typically low-volume role of backing up the highly durable Brady.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Will start vs. Titans

    Gabbert will start Saturday's preseason contest against the Titans, Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Gabbert entered last weekend's exhibition matchup against the Bengals after Tom Brady handled a single series, but the journeyman veteran will officially get the start Saturday. After Gabbert, who looks set to reprise his role as Brady's primary backup during the regular season, Ryan Griffin and rookie Kyle Trask also stand to see some action.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Back as Brady's backup

    Gabbert re-signed Wednesday with the Buccaneers on a one-year, $2.5 million contract, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. The Buccaneers continue their efforts to maintain roster continuity by bringing back Gabbert for another season as the No. 2 option behind Tom Brady. The 31-year-old's only action last season came in a Week 16 thrashing of the Lions, when Brady went to the bench for the second half. Unless things take an unexpected turn for the defending Super Bowl champions during the 2021 campaign, Gabbert will once again be in store for limited action.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Sharp in backup duty

    Gabbert entered the Buccaneers' 47-7 win over the Lions on Saturday to start the second half and completed nine of 15 attempts for 143 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. He also rushed twice for 15 yards and fumbled once but recovered. The veteran signal-caller was afforded a rare opportunity for extended action due to the blowout nature of the victory, and he looked to be in full command of an offensive system he knows very well. Gabbert got valuable work in with the first-team pass-catching corps as well, connecting with Rob Gronkowski and Mike Evans for touchdown passes of 25 and 22 yards, respectively. Gabbert could certainly see additional game action in Week 7 against the Saints since the Buccaneers clinched a playoff spot with Saturday's win.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: No. 2 quarterback behind Tom Brady

    Gabbert is not among Tampa Bay's inactive players for Sunday's matchup against the Panthers, per the Buccaneers' official Twitter account. With Ryan Griffin among the Buccaneers' list of inactives for Week 2, Gabbert is expected to serve as the emergency option at quarterback. The No. 10 overall draft choice from 2011 will be thrust into game action should Tom Brady suffer an injury.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Sharp in Wednesday's practice

    Gabbert served as the first-team quarterback in Wednesday's practice with Tom Brady getting a veteran's day off, putting together a productive session while connecting with a wide array of pass-catchers, Carmen Vitali of the team's official site reports. Among the veterans, Gabbert and fellow signal-caller Ryan Griffin are arguably in contention for most anonymous/forgotten skill players on the Buccaneers roster, considering who they're battling to back up. However, Gabbert had a prime opportunity to make his case for the job Wednesday in Brady's absence, and the 30-year-old took advantage by connecting with the likes of Scotty Miller, O.J. Howard, Cameron Brate, Justin Watson and LeSean McCoy during the session. Gabbert was slated to serve as Jameis Winston's primary backup last season before suffering a preseason shoulder injury that knocked him out for the season, and the battle between he and Griffin to serve as Brady's No. 2 could come down to the wire this summer.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Slated to back up Brady

    The Buccaneers have signed Gabbert to a one-year deal, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Gabbert, who landed on IR last September due to a shoulder injury, is back with the Bucs, presumably healthy and now in line to work behind new QB Tom Brady. The No. 10 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft last saw regular-season action in 2018, appearing in eight games (including three starts) with the Titans.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Still not practicing

    Gabbert (shoulder) didn't participate in Tuesday's practice, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Gabbert hasn't practiced since dislocating his shoulder Aug. 23. He still has time to get on the field at least in a limited capacity by Friday, but he's trending toward being out for Week 3's game versus the Giants. Ryan Griffin will continue being Jameis Winston's backup for the extent of Gabbert's injury.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Sits out Wednesday's practice

    Gabbert (shoulder) missed Wednesday's practice, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. Gabbert initially wasn't expected to be ready for the season opener versus the 49ers, so his absence from practice early in the week is in line with that claim. Still, the team expects him to back up Jameis Winston for a better part of the season, but Ryan Griffin will take over that role until Gabbert's ready.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Highly likely to miss opener

    General manager Jason Licht describes Gabbert (shoulder) as "iffy" for Week 1 but expects him to be ready to return very early into the season, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. Licht went on to praise Gabbert's toughness and seems to have full confidence the veteran quarterback will be ready to serve as the primary backup to Jameis Winston in relatively short order. The fact Gabbert's shoulder dislocation is on his non-throwing arm certainly helps matters, but the fact the team's general manager is seemingly guaranteeing a roster spot for Gabbert is interesting considering how well fellow quarterback Ryan Griffin played this preseason.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Outplayed by Griffin in win

    Gabbert completed five of 12 passes for 42 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions and rushed once for six yards in the Buccaneers' 16-14 preseason win over the Dolphins on Friday. Gabbert checked in on the second series of the game and quickly saw the possession short-circuited by an Andre Ellington fumble. However, the veteran couldn't help the Buccaneers get anything going over the next two drives either before finally managing a choppy 11-play, 36-yard march later in the second quarter that culminated in a field goal. Of additional concern for Gabbert's job prospects is the fact fellow backup Ryan Griffin put together an appreciably better stat line for the second time in as many preseason games. With only two exhibitions remaining, the veteran is fighting for his roster spot despite his prior experience in coach Bruce Arians' offense.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Solid in brief action

    Gabbert completed six of eight passes for 50 yards in the Buccaneers' 30-28 preseason loss to the Steelers on Friday. Gabbert played only the third series of the game, but he helmed a 13-play, 73-yard march that ended with the Buccaneers giving up the ball on downs at the Steelers' 17-yard line. The veteran then ceded the rest of the game to his competition for the No. 2 job, Ryan Griffin, who was impressive while passing for 330 yards and a touchdown. The battle for the No. 2 job behind Jameis Winston could well come down to the wire, and there's a likelihood Gabbert perhaps logs multiple series in next Friday's second preseason contest versus the Dolphins.
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  • Buccaneers' Blaine Gabbert: Joining Arians in Tampa

    Gabbert is signing with the Buccaneers, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Gabbert was released by the Titans on March 15 after the team traded for Ryan Tannehill as its new backup to Marcus Mariota. The 29-year-old quarterback now will be reunited with Bucs coach Bruce Arians, who oversaw an ugly five-week stretch from Gabbert late in the 2017 season with Arizona. The Buccaneers will let Gabbert duke it out with Ryan Griffin for the No. 2 quarterback job behind Jameis WInston.
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  • Titans' Blaine Gabbert: Can't provide enough in loss

    Gabbert completed 18 of 29 pass attempts for 165 yards, a touchdown and a pair of interceptions in Sunday's 33-17 loss to the Colts. The Titans asked Gabbert to save their season with Marcus Mariota (elbow) unable to play, but the veteran backup was stifled by the Colts' underrated defense. The 29-year-old spent most of the night hitting his check-down options, which shouldn't come as a surprise given his "game-manager" style. When he was asked to bring the team back from behind, that's when things got ugly. One of his interceptions was especially poor, as it was nowhere near his intended target and hit a Colt defender in the chest. Gabbert definitely looked like a backup in this one, and that is likely to be his ceiling next season.
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  • Titans' Blaine Gabbert: Sticks in backup role

    Gabbert will remain the Titans' backup quarterback for Monday's game against the Texans with starter Marcus Mariota (neck) avoiding an injury designation heading into the contest, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Gabbert looked like a candidate for his second start of the season in Week 12 after Mariota exited last weekend's loss to the Colts with what appeared to be an elbow injury. Mariota had previously missed his lone start due to a nerve issue with his throwing elbow, but he received positive news after the Week 11 contest when it was revealed that he was dealing with a neck stinger that was unrelated to his previous injury. The signal-caller proved his health by turning in full practices Friday and Saturday, leaving Gabbert to fill his familiar role as the No. 2 option.
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  • Titans' Blaine Gabbert: Fills in Sunday

    Gabbert completed 11 of 16 passes for 118 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Colts. Gabbert entered the game late in the second quarter after Marcus Mariota exited with an elbow injury. His touchdown came in the final moments of the game on a fade to Tajae Sharpe in the corner of the end zone. Though Gabbert showed the ability to connect with a number of different receivers, he also threw an ugly interception and also has a long history of poor play. There's a chance he will be called upon in Week 12 against the Texans, though head coach Mike Vrabel did indicate after the game that Mariota's elbow injury doesn't appear serious.
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  • Titans' Blaine Gabbert: Clears concussion protocol

    Gabbert cleared the league's concussion protocol Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Gabbert additionally logged his second full practice in a row. The journeyman quarterback is on track to retake his backup position from Austin Davis and will serve as a reserve option behind Marcus Mariota against the Bills on Sunday.
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