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Dec 5, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 20, 2022 3 47 26 1 10
Nov 13, 2022 5 44 15 1 10
Nov 7, 2022 2 42 41 1 10

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2022 31 349 11.26 5 0.00
2021 13 159 12.23 4 0.00 392.8
2020 4 39 9.75 0.00 30.4
3y Avg. 8 99 12.38 2 0.00 211.9
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Johnson should rebound this week against Tampa Bay after he had a bad game in Week 12 at San Francisco with no catches on two targets, but he did drop an end zone pass, which would have given him a touchdown in four games in a row and five times in his past six outings. I'll go back to him again as a low-end starter in all leagues against the Buccaneers in Week 13. Tampa Bay has allowed three touchdowns to tight ends in the past five games.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Out for Monday

    Johnson (ankle) has been ruled out and will not play Monday against the Buccaneers, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Johnson never managed to practice this week, so it's not entirely surprising to see the touchdown threat sidelined. Expect Adam Trautman to see an increase in snaps while Taysom Hill will continue his usual multi-position production.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Sleeper TEs

    Johnson should rebound this week against Tampa Bay after he had a bad game in Week 12 at San Francisco with no catches on two targets, but he did drop an end zone pass, which would have given him a touchdown in four games in a row and five times in his past six outings. I'll go back to him again as a low-end starter in all leagues against the Buccaneers in Week 13. Tampa Bay has allowed three touchdowns to tight ends in the past five games.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: No practice again

    Johnson (ankle) didn't practice Friday. The tight end is in danger of missing Monday's game at Tampa Bay after back-to-back missed practices. He played only 45 percent of snaps and finished without a catch in last week's 13-0 loss to San Francisco, following six straight games with multiple receptions and at least 63 percent snap share (not to mention five TDs in the six-game stretch). Adam Trautman and Taysom Hill are the best bets to take on more snaps if Johnson can't play Monday night, though his absence might also free up more playing time for the team's depth wide receivers.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Week 13 Streamers (TE Preview)

    Even in last week's dud, Johnson had two more red-zone targets. Most of the tight ends outside the top-12 are touchdown-or-bust options, and Johnson is at least consistently getting opportunities in that area of the field.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Sits out practice with ankle injury

    Johnson didn't practice Thursday due to an ankle injury, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Johnson was idle for the Saints' first Week 13 practice after he played 24 snaps on offense (45 percent share) while failing to reel in either of his targets in this past Sunday's 13-0 loss to the 49ers. The knee issue may explain why Johnson handled his lowest snap share of the season, and the injury at least temporarily puts his status into question for Monday's game at Tampa Bay. Adam Trautman is the next man up for reps at tight end if Johnson is unable to play this week.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: TEs to Start

    Johnson should rebound this week against Tampa Bay after he had a bad game in Week 12 at San Francisco with no catches on two targets, but he did drop an end zone pass, which would have given him a touchdown in four games in a row and five times in his past six outings. I'll go back to him again as a low-end starter in all leagues against the Buccaneers in Week 13. Tampa Bay has allowed three touchdowns to tight ends in the past five games.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Week 13 Waiver Priority List

    Johnson had a bad game in Week 12 at San Francisco with no catches on two targets, but he did drop an end zone pass, which would have given him a touchdown in four games in a row and five times in his past six outings. I'll go back to him again as a low-end starter in all leagues against the Buccaneers in Week 13. Tampa Bay has allowed three touchdowns to tight ends in the past five games. Johnson is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Zero catches in loss

    Johnson did not haul in either of his two targets during Sunday's 13-0 loss to the 49ers. Johnson was held without a catch for just the second time this season. While the 6-foot-4 tight end tied his second-fewest targets of the year, he did have an additional target wiped off the board by a roughing the passer penalty absorbed by Taysom Hill in the fourth quarter. Johnson also played a season-low 47 percent of the Saints' offensive snaps behind fellow tight end Adam Trautman (61 percent), who was only targeted once Week 12. Johnson will look to bounce back in next week's divisional matchup against Tampa Bay on Monday Night Football.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Sleeper TEs

    Johnson doesn't have an easy matchup in Week 12 at San Francisco, and the 49ers have allowed just two touchdowns to tight ends this season. But Johnson is worth using given his recent production. He has scored a touchdown in three games in a row and in four of his past five outings. While you don't want to count on touchdowns, we are looking for tight ends who produce at this point, and he definitely qualifies. Hopefully, he can find the end zone once again and be the fourth tight end with at least 10 PPR points against San Francisco this year.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Johnson doesn't have an easy matchup in Week 12 at San Francisco, and the 49ers have allowed just two touchdowns to tight ends this season. But Johnson is worth using given his recent production. He has scored a touchdown in three games in a row and in four of his past five outings. While you don't want to count on touchdowns, we are looking for tight ends who produce at this point, and he definitely qualifies. Hopefully, he can find the end zone once again and be the fourth tight end with at least 10 PPR points against San Francisco this year.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Week 12 Streamers (TE Preview)

    It's not just touchdowns for Johnson. He has more than 40 yards in three straight games. Since Week 6 he's the No. 3 tight end in Fantasy with 73 Fantasy points.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Week 12 Waiver Priority List

    Johnson has scored a touchdown in three games in a row and in four of his past five outings. While you don't want to count on touchdowns, we are looking for tight ends who produce at this point, and he definitely qualifies. He doesn't have an easy matchup in Week 12 at San Francisco, but Johnson should be considered a low-end starter in the majority of leagues. He's worth adding for at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Remains involved in passing game

    Johnson hauled in three of four targets for 47 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 27-20 victory over the Rams. Johnson once again played a significant role during this bounce-back performance for the Saints' offense, as he tied running back Alvin Kamara for the team's second-most receiving yards behind wideout Chris Olave. The tight end also caught an eight-yard touchdown from quarterback Andy Dalton in the second quarter, marking his third straight game with at least 42 receiving yards and one score. Outside of a disappointing two-catch performance against the Raiders in Week 8, Johnson has been a consistent factor in the passing game for the past five contests, and he should maintain a reliable role next week against San Francisco.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Week 11 Streamers (TE Preview)

    It's a pretty awful matchup, but it's hard not to like Johnson's red zone involvement over the past three weeks. The fact that he's topped 40 yards in his last two games means he's not entirely dependent on touchdowns either. Cole Kmet and Travis Kelce are the only tight ends who have outscored him in the last four weeks.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Week 11 Waiver Priority List

    Johnson could benefit if Jameis Winston returns at quarterback for the Saints, and that could happen in Week 11 against the Rams. Without Winston, Johnson has had some productive moments with Andy Dalton, scoring at least 12 PPR points in three of his past four games. He could be a low-end starter in deeper leagues against the Rams, and hopefully Winston will unleash his upside. Johnson is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Heavily involved during loss

    Johnson recorded five receptions on seven targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Steelers. Johnson paced the Saints' pass catchers in receptions and yards, and he also recorded the team's only touchdown of the day. His score came late in the first half when he got open down the right sideline for a relatively easy 15-yard touchdown. He didn't have particularly notable receptions otherwise, though Johnson has now topped 40 receiving yards in three of his last five games -- also tallying four touchdowns in that span.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Benefits from Baltimore miscue

    Johnson recorded two receptions on two targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 27-13 loss to the Ravens. As was expected, Johnson saw a dip in targets due to the return of Adam Trautman. Despite his lack of involvement, Johnson managed a fortunate 41-yard touchdown reception late in the fourth quarter that came after Marcus Peters mistakenly believed he pushed Johnson out of bounds and gave up on the play. Despite the decent stat line, Johnson is at risk of poor production until he proves capable of racking up consistent targets once again.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Two catches Sunday

    Johnson notched two receptions (on four targets) for 14 yards over 47 offensive snaps during Sunday's 24-0 win against Las Vegas. Johnson played as one of the Saints' top receiving options and caught a pass on two of the team's first three offensive series Sunday. With wide receivers Michael Thomas (foot) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) still sidelined, the 6-foot-4 tight end finished third on the team in targets behind running back Alvin Kamara (10) and wideout Chris Olave (seven). Johnson also saw the bulk of New Orleans' snaps at tight end ahead of Nick Vannett (37) and J.P. Holtz (13), as Adam Trautman (ankle) missed his second game in a row. The 26-year-old Johnson should continue to attract a consistent share of the Saints' targets so long as Thomas and Landry remain out.
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  • Saints' Juwan Johnson: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    We'll see what happens with Michael Thomas (foot), Jarvis Landry (ankle) and Adam Trautman (ankle) this week, but if all three remain out then Johnson should be used as a streamer again in all leagues. He took advantage of the injuries in Week 7 at Arizona, as well as the fantastic matchup, and had five targets and finished with five catches for 32 yards and two touchdowns. He also had six targets in Week 6 against the Bengals and finished with four catches for 41 yards. He has another dream matchup in Week 8 against the Raiders, who are No. 4 in Fantasy points allowed to tight ends. Four tight ends have scored at least 10 PPR points against the Raiders this season in six games.
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