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2020 59 729 12.36 9 4.50 856.1
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Limited at practice

    Meyers (knee) was listed as limited at Wednesday's practice. Meyers was inactive for this past Sunday's game against the Ravens after logging a limited practice Friday. With another limited session under his belt, it's possible that Meyers could return to action this weekend against the Packers, but he'll need to practice fully by the end of the week in order to avoid a Week 4 injury designation. In his absence against Baltimore, DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor worked as New England's top wide receiver targets.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Meyers once again remains the go-to option for Mac Jones, and he's worth trusting as a No. 3 PPR receiver this week against the Ravens. In Week 2 against the Steelers, Meyers had nine catches for 95 yards on 13 targets, and he has 19 targets on the season. The Ravens secondary is a mess, and Baltimore has allowed the most receptions (45) and receiving yards (587) to opposing receivers, along with being tied for the most touchdowns (five). Nelson Agholor can also be considered a sleeper this week in deeper leagues.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Inactive Sunday

    Meyers (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Ravens. With Meyers unavailable Sunday, fellow wideouts DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Lil'Jordan Humphrey are in line see to added opportunities versus Baltimore alongside Nelson Agholor. Meanwhile, the team's top tight ends (Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith) are also candidates to see added involvement in the team's Week 3 passing attack.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Flex Starter in PPR (Lineup Decisoins)

    Meyers is worth a reboot as a flex in PPR leagues ahead of Allen Lazard, Elijah Moore, Darnell Mooney and Adam Thielen. All of those guys should slot in ahead of Meyers in non-PPR, though.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Not expected to play in Week 3

    Meyers (knee, questionable) is not expected to play Sunday against the Ravens, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Official confirmation of Meyers' Week 3 status will arrive ahead of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff, but if he is deemed out, then DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Lil'Jordan Humphrey would be in line see added opportunities alongside fellow wide receiver Nelson Agholor. Additionally, New England's top tight ends (Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith) could also see added involvement in the team's Week 3 offense.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Sleeper WRs

    Meyers once again remains the go-to option for Mac Jones, and he's worth trusting as a No. 3 PPR receiver this week against the Ravens. In Week 2 against the Steelers, Meyers had nine catches for 95 yards on 13 targets, and he has 19 targets on the season. The Ravens secondary is a mess, and Baltimore has allowed the most receptions (45) and receiving yards (587) to opposing receivers, along with being tied for the most touchdowns (five). Nelson Agholor can also be considered a sleeper this week in deeper leagues.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Questionable for Sunday's game

    Meyers (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens after returning to a limited practice Friday, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports. Fortunately for those considering the Patriots' leading pass catcher in fantasy lineups, the team kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday. If Meyers -- who has caught 13 of his 19 targets for 150 yards in two games -- ends up out or limited this weekend, DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Lil'Jordan Humphrey would be candidates to see added opportunities versus Baltimore alongside fellow wide receiver Nelson Agholor. Meanwhile, the team's top tight ends (Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith) also could see added involvement in the team's offense Week 3.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Misses another practice

    Meyers (knee) remained sidelined at practice Thursday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Back-to-back practice absences cloud Meyers' Week 3 status, but a return to the field Friday in any capacity could brighten his outlook on that front. If, however, Meyers is unable to suit up Sunday against the Ravens, DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Lil'Jordan Humphrey would be candidates to see added opportunities versus Baltimore alongside fellow wide receiver Nelson Agholor.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Sits out practice

    Meyers didn't practice Wednesday due to a knee injury. Leading up to the Patriots' Week 1 game against the Dolphins, Meyers had been nursing a knee issue, but it didn't prevent him from logging 47 snaps in New England's season-opening loss. He was off the injury report all of last week and finished with nine receptions for 95 yards on 13 targets in a victory over the Steelers. The Patriots didn't indicate that Meyers suffered a setback with the knee against Pittsburgh, so it's possible that his absence Wednesday could be maintenance-related. A return to the field in any capacity Thursday would support that notion and have the wideout trending toward active status this weekend against the Ravens.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Week 3 Adds (WR Preview)

    Like Shepard, Meyers was supposed to be supplanted by more exciting wide receivers but just keeps earning the most targets. Now he gets to face a banged up Baltimore secondary that was just lit up by the Dolphins. Expect eight-plus targets and double-digit Fantasy points. He's a better add in full PPR.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    As always, Jakobi Meyers just continues to produce when called upon, and he's the lone Patriots receiver to trust in the majority of leagues. In PPR, Meyers is worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB, and he's worth up to 5 percent in all other formats. In Week 2 at Pittsburgh, Meyers had 13 targets for nine catches and 95 yards. He now has 19 targets on the season from Mac Jones, and Meyers should remain a reliable weapon for Jones moving forward. You can consider adding Nelson Agholor (2 percent) in deeper leagues after he had six catches for 110 yards and a touchdown on six targets in Week 2, but that might be his best game of the season. Agholor is only worth 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Double-digit targets

    Meyers caught nine passes for 95 yards on 13 targets against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Meyers was less explosive than Nelson Agholor (six catches for 110 yards and one touchdown on six targets) but more than doubled Agholor's target volume. It's a reminder that Meyers is more of a floor player than a ceiling one, but if he keeps getting double-digit targets the truly big game will happen eventually.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Leading receiver in Week 1 loss

    Meyers (knee) caught four of six targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 20-7 loss to Miami. Meyers showed no sign of the knee injury that landed him on the injury report throughout the week, as he led the Patriots in catches, targets and receiving yards. While New England's offense remains run-first, Meyers appears to have retained his role as the top target for game manager Mac Jones despite the offseason addition of DeVante Parker. The Patriots will travel to Pittsburgh in Week 2.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Suits up Sunday

    Meyers (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports. After being a limited practice participant this week, Meyers will give it a go Sunday, which barring any in-game setbacks or limitations due to his knee issue, puts him in a position maintain a key pass-catching role in the Patriots offense alongside fellow wideouts DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor. The 25-year-old is coming off a 2021 campaign in which he led the team with 83 catches (on 126 targets) for 866 yards and two TDs in 17 games, and this year Meyers once again figures to see steady enough volume to yield decent fantasy utility in PPR formats when he's 100 percent.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: In line to face Dolphins

    Meyers (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The wideout looks on track to suit up Week 1 after having logged a trio of limited practices leading up to the contest. As long as he can avoid any pre-game setbacks, Meyers will be in line to handle his usual key pass-catching role against DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor, facing off against a Dolphins secondary that could be vulnerable without Byron Jones (ankle).
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Listed as questionable for Week 1

    Meyers (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins. Meyers, who was a limited practice participant this week, is one of five players listed as questionable by the Patriots for this weekend's season opener. Fortunately for those considering the wideout in Week 1 fantasy lineups, New England kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday. As long as he's available versus Miami, Meyers is in line to maintain a key pass-catching role in the team's offense alongside fellow wideouts DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Limited in practice again

    Meyers (knee) remained limited at practice Thursday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. After having logged two straight limited practice sessions, Meyers will need to upgrade to full participation Friday in order to approach Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins minus an injury designation. If he's available this weekend, Meyers is in line to maintain a key pass-catching role in New England's offense alongside fellow wideouts DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    It seems like every report about the Patriots this offseason highlighted a different receiver, from DeVante Parker to Nelson Agholor to Kendrick Bourne. But the steady hand has been Meyers, once again, and he's the one you want to roster heading into this season for at least 1 percent of your remaining FAB. Parker (71 percent rostered) is worth the investment also, but I'm nervous about this offense with Matt Patricia calling plays for Mac Jones. We could see minimal production in the passing game, but Meyers should lead New England in targets and receptions, so he's a potential No. 3 receiver in deep, PPR leagues.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Week 1 Priority List

    It seems like every report about the Patriots this offseason highlighted a different receiver, from DeVante Parker to Nelson Agholor to Kendrick Bourne. But the steady hand has been Meyers, once again, and he's the one you want to roster heading into this season for at least 1 percent of your remaining FAB. Parker (71 percent rostered) is worth the investment also, but I'm nervous about this offense with Matt Patricia calling plays for Mac Jones. We could see minimal production in the passing game, but Meyers should lead New England in targets and receptions, so he's a potential No. 3 receiver in deep, PPR leagues.
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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: At Monday's practice

    Meyers (leg) was present for Monday's practice, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. The report notes that Meyers, who exited Friday's preseason finale early, was sporting a sleeve on his left leg and appeared to be limited in his participation Monday. While it's possible that Meyers' name appears on the Patriots' Week 1 injury report, the wideout's presence on the field suggests that his regular-season availability is in no danger. Looking ahead, Meyers is slated to maintain a key role in a New England wide receiver corps that also includes newcomer DeVante Parker and returnees Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor.
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