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Oct 9, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 2, 2022 0 0 0 0
Sep 25, 2022 353 1 2 76.6 16
Sep 18, 2022 236 1 3 55.8 9
Sep 11, 2022 269 2 0 111 24

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2022 858 4 5 16 4916.3
2021 1170 14 3 166 1 14420.6
2020 75 -6 30.8
3y Avg. 2118 16 11 137 1 17719.7
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Relegated to backup role in 2022

    Over three games in the 2022 season, Winston went 73-for-115 passing for 858 yards and four touchdowns to five interceptions. He also recorded five rushes for 16 yards. Winston finished his third season in New Orleans as the backup quarterback behind 35-year-old journeyman Andy Dalton. The 29-year-old initially took over the Saints' starting job for the first seven contests of the 2021 season before he suffered a torn ACL and sprained MCL in late October. Winston retained his starting job heading into the 2022 campaign, but he played through injury over the first three games after sustaining four fractures in his back Week 1. He was then inactive Weeks 4 and 5, allowing Dalton to take over and never let go of the Saints' No. 1 quarterback spot. Winston returned Week 6 and was listed as the team's No. 2 quarterback for the final 12 games, though he was never deemed 100 percent healthy by the Saints during this span. As a result, it's unclear how much his injury affected the team's decision to roll with Dalton as the starter. With Dalton now set to hit free agency and Winston entering the final season of a two-year, $28 million contract, there's little clarity as to how either of these two fit into New Orleans' plans at quarterback for the 2023 season.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Not 100 percent, per Allen

    Saints head coach Dennis Allen said Wednesday that Winston may not be 100 percent healthy at any point the rest of this season, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. Winston has been able to practice fully for weeks, but Allen continues to stick with Andy Dalton as the Saints' starting quarterback, even though the latter has compiled a 2-5 record in his nods this season. As such, Winston is poised to be the team's No. 2 option and may not get a chance to regain the top spot on the depth chart without an absence from Dalton.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Week 11 Waiver Priority List

    The Athletic reported that Winston could start for the Saints in Week 11, and the potential of that happening makes it worth your time to add Winston. While he might struggle again like he did earlier in the season before he suffered a back injury and lost his job to Andy Dalton, there's still the possibility that he could become a low-end starter in all leagues. Fantasy managers in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues should have Winston rostered for sure, and he's worth at least 15-20 percent of your remaining FAB in those formats. In one-quarterback leagues, Winston is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Won't start despite being healthy

    Head coach Dennis Allen said Andy Dalton will start over Winston in Sunday's game against the Raiders, despite the Saints now considering Winston to be healthy, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Winston was active as a backup for the past two games, but it was unclear to what extent, if any, his back and ankle injuries had on Dalton serving as the starter. Whatever the case, Dalton is set for another start Sunday against the Raiders, while Winston will continue in the backup role even though his health is no longer a concern. The question now is how long Dalton can keep the job before the Saints look to make another change.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Adds/Streamers (QB Preview)

    Either Winston or Dalton would be a fine stream against the Raiders, who give up the most Fantasy points to quarterbacks. Still, they're strictly bye week or injury replacements. I wouldn't start either Saints quarterback over anyone you've been starting regularly, including Aaron Rodgers.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Status for Week 8 to be determined

    Coach Dennis Allen said Monday that the Saints have yet to make a decision regarding who will start between Winston and Andy Dalton on Sunday against the Raiders, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. Winston has been active the last two games, but Dalton still started and logged most of the first-team reps in practice with the former available only in case of emergency. "I do think Jameis is getting healthier," Allen noted. "Both of those guys will have themselves ready to play." Winston hasn't practiced in full since Week 1 as he's been tending to a number of health concerns including four small fractures in his back, an ankle issue and a hip flexor injury. Only the back and ankle injuries were noted on the team's Week 7 practice reports, but returning to full activity at some point this week may be the tell that Winston is ready to resume his starting role.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Week 8 Waiver Priority List

    There's a chance Winston can get his starting job back in Week 8 after Andy Dalton fell apart in Week 7 at Arizona with three interceptions, including two returned for touchdowns. It would be a good time since the Saints play the Raiders, Ravens and Steelers in the next three games. Prior to hurting his back, Winston had one game with 24 Fantasy points in three outings, and he would hopefully take advantage of this great receiving corps when healthy, assuming Michael Thomas (foot) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) come back soon. If Winston remains out in Week 8 then consider Dalton a streamer against the Raiders. Despite the three interceptions against the Cardinals, he also had 361 passing yards and four touchdowns. Add Winston or Dalton for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Will remain backup Thursday

    Coach Dennis Allen confirmed Andy Dalton (back) as the Saints' starting quarterback Thursday in Arizona, ensuring Winston (back/ankle) will be the team's backup, Omar Ruiz of NFL Network reports. While both Dalton and Winston exited Week 7 prep without injury designations, New Orleans will continue to hold off on reinstalling Winston in the starting lineup due to tending to four small fractures in his back, an ankle issue and a hip flexor injury already this season. Winston instead will serve as the No. 2 for a second consecutive contest, with his next chance to take over the top gig Sunday, Oct. 30 against the Raiders.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Available Week 7, but may not start

    Winston (back/ankle) doesn't have a designation for Thursday's game at Arizona, but head coach Dennis Allen has yet to name the Saints' starting quarterback between Winston and Andy Dalton (back), Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. The Saints have listed Winston as a limited participant on each of their last six injury reports, and while he'll be active for a second straight contest, it's unclear if he's healthy enough to usurp Dalton for the No. 1 role. Allen doesn't have to tip his hand at any point before Thursday's kickoff, but if Winston is deemed fit to start after missing two games due to four small fractures in his back and an ankle injury, he'll be doing so without wide receivers Michael Thomas (foot) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) and tight end Adam Trautman (ankle).
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Week 7 Waiver Priority List

    There's a chance Winston could return for Thursday's game at Arizona after being out for the past three outings with a back injury, and it would be great if he's healthy soon. The Saints have a great stretch run coming up against the Cardinals, Raiders, Ravens and Steelers, and those would all be favorable matchups for Winston, especially if the receiving corps in New Orleans can get healthy. It's not a bad idea to stash Winston if you have an open roster spot, and he would be a streamer in Week 7 if he returns Thursday night. Add Winston for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: May not start Week 7

    Winston (back/ankle) was listed as a limited participant at Tuesday's practice. Winston has appeared as a limited participant on each of the Saints' last five practice reports, but the team hasn't indicated that he's on track to reclaim starting quarterback duties just yet. He made enough progress to dress as the backup to Andy Dalton in last weekend's loss to the Bengals, but Winston may have been available only in an emergency. Dalton is nursing a back injury of his own coming out of Week 6, but John Hendrix of SI.com notes that it was Dalton rather than Winston who took first-team reps under center during the open portion of Tuesday's practice. The Saints will likely wait until Wednesday to offer more clarity on Winston's role for a Week 7 matchup with the Cardinals on Thursday night, but the 28-year-old looks like he could be trending toward another week of backup duty while he continues to recover from his injuries.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Listed as limited participant

    Winston (back/ankle) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's estimated injury report, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Winston was active for Week 6, but he's still not 100 percent and operated as a backup to Andy Dalton (back). Per Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com, Winston won't be thrust into game action until he's back to full strength, so if Dalton is available, expect the veteran quarterback to continue drawing starts for New Orleans.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Returns Sunday, but backing up Dalton

    Winston (back/ankle) is listed as active Sunday against the Bengals. While Winston will be available for the first time since Week 3, he won't be leading the Saints offense Week 6 and instead will be Andy Dalton's backup in an emergency capacity. Winston's next chance to reclaim the starting role is this Thursday at Arizona, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Sunday that Dalton may be able to keep the No. 1 gig with another steady performance this weekend. As a result, there's no telling when (or if) Winston will supersede Dalton, even after he's put four small fractures in his back and an ankle issue behind him.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Won't start but could be active

    Winston (back/ankle) won't start Sunday's game against the Bengals but may be active, with the Saints listing him as questionable on their final Week 6 injury report, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. It's an upgrade after Winston was listed as doubtful last week and ultimately made inactive for the Saints' win over the Seahawks. Andy Dalton is set for another start at quarterback, with Taysom Hill likely poaching some direct snaps in key spots. Winston seems to be making progress and could be back as the starter as soon as Week 7, when the Saints travel to Arizona for a Thursday night game.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Limited again Thursday

    Winston (back/ankle) was limited at Thursday's practice. For a second consecutive day, Winston had a cap on his reps, but it's far more activity than he logged before he didn't play Weeks 4 and 5. Still, he seems to be inhibited by four small fractures in his back and an ankle issue. Ultimately, Winston's listing on Friday's practice report will be telling in terms of his ability to return Sunday against the Bengals.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Back at practice Wednesday

    Winston (back/ankle) returned to practice Wednesday, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. Winston sat out the Saints' last two games as he tended to a number of injuries, including four small fractures in his back and an ankle concern. While he may be limited in his first practice since Week 3, his presence on the field Wednesday is a step in the right direction as the Saints prepare for Sunday's matchup with the Bengals. As for the receiving corps, Michael Thomas (foot) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) weren't spotted on the field Wednesday, so Winston may not have some of his top targets this weekend, assuming he makes it all the way back.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Out for second straight week

    Winston (back/ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Though Winston has seemingly moved past a hip flexor injury, he'll end up missing his second straight game while he recovers from four small fractures in his back in addition to an ankle issue. Andy Dalton will pick up another start in place of Winston, who will turn his focus toward getting ready for the Saints' Week 6 matchup with the Bengals. Jake Luton and Taysom Hill are both active as backup options behind Dalton.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: Not starting, deemed doubtful

    Winston (back/ankle) will be listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against Seattle, while Andy Dalton will start, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. The Saints are leaving the door open for Winston to be active in a backup role. He's not a Week 5 fantasy option, missing out on a friendly matchup against a Seahawks team that's been much better than expected on offense and even worse than expected on defense.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: No practice Thursday

    Winston (back/ankle) didn't practice Thursday, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Winston has yet to practice since playing all 64 offensive snaps Week 3 at Carolina, when he tossed for a season-high 353 yards. Since then, injury rehab has been his focus as he recovers from four small fractures in his back and an ankle injury. It's unclear if Winston has a chance to suit up Sunday versus the Seahawks, but the Saints will turn to Andy Dalton under center if the former is forced to miss a second game in a row this weekend.
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  • Saints' Jameis Winston: QBs to Sit

    Winston is looking like a risky start in two-quarterback and Superflex leagues, and Dennis Allen is already entertaining questions about benching Winston for Andy Dalton. We'll see what happens in Week 4 against the Vikings in London, but Winston has five interceptions in his past two outings against Tampa Bay and Carolina, with only two passing touchdowns. He's dealing with a back injury, which could easily be the cause of his woes, but Winston looks lost right now. The Vikings allowed a huge game to Jalen Hurts in Week 2, but Aaron Rodgers and Jared Goff combined for less than 23 Fantasy points against Minnesota in two other outings. Use caution when starting Winston this week, especially if Michael Thomas (toe) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) are hurt.
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