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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: WRs to Sit

    Dotson saw a season-high eight targets in Week 3 against Philadelphia, but he had his worst outing of the year with two catches for 10 yards. He also failed to score for the first time. We'll see if he can rebound in Week 4 against the Cowboys, but I'm not sure Carson Wentz will have the time to connect with Dotson down the field given the Dallas pass rush. The Cowboys have also allowed just two receivers to score more than 11 PPR points this year. Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel are worth using as No. 3 Fantasy receivers in most leagues, but Dotson is just a No. 4 option at best.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Shut down by Eagles

    Dotson caught two of eight targets for 10 yards in a 24-8 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. The eight targets were a season high with Carson Wentz topping 40 pass attempts for a third time in three games. After converting 10 targets into 99 yards and three touchdowns in matchups with the Jaguars and Lions in the first two games of his career, Dotson came up empty in Week 3 (and committed his first drop) against a much better Philadelphia defense. He topped 85 percent snap share for a third straight game, and the heavy workload means he should see at least a few looks Week 4 at Dallas. Dotson's 18 targets are only fourth most on the Commanders behind Curtis Samuel (30), Terry McLaurin (21), and J.D. McKissic (19), accounting for 14.2 percent of the team total.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Three TDs through two games

    Dotson caught four of five targets for 59 yards and a touchdown while adding a two-point conversion in Sunday's 36-27 loss to Detroit. Dotson continued to show a nose for the end zone after scoring two touchdowns in his NFL debut. He caught a two-point conversion in the third quarter, then scored from one yard out just after the two-minute warning. Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel are more regularly involved when Washington's moving the ball down the field, but Dotson has quickly developed chemistry with quarterback Carson Wentz by the goal line. The rookie first-round pick will look to extend his scoring streak in Week 3 against the Eagles.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    I'd start Dotson based on his upside ahead of Amari Cooper, Elijah Moore and Chase Claypool.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    I prefer Dotson to Curtis Samuel because of the upside for the rookie, even though Samuel had the better outing in Week 1. But it wasn't like Dotson was a slouch with three catches for 40 yards and two touchdowns on five targets. Dotson played more snaps and ran more routes than Samuel, per PFF, and Dotson could be headed for a standout rookie campaign. He's worth up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Stashes (WR Preview)

    Dotson scored two touchdowns in Week 1, but his target volume was actually a little bit disappointing, especially compared to Curtis Samuel. I'd like to make sure Dotson is rostered, but I don't really want to start him until he earns more targets. Garrett Wilson. Treylon Burks, and Chris Olave all fit in this group as well.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Scores twice in NFL debut

    Dotson secured three of five targets for 40 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 28-22 win over Jacksonville. He also lost 10 yards on his only rushing attempt. Dotson's spectacular NFL debut included hauling in the game-winning touchdown pass from Carson Wentz, and it was as promising a start as could be asked of the first-round rookie. Washington's coaching staff doesn't appear to have any qualms about relying on Dotson in key situations, and his big-play ability makes up for concerns about his volume opposite No. 1 wideout Terry McLaurin. Dotson is worth real fantasy consideration heading into a Week 2 matchup against Detroit, and he's a priority add in any fantasy leagues in which he still resides on the waiver wire.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Week 2 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    Samuel isn't technically a new face for the Commanders' offense, but Dotson is, and the team's first-round pick impressed in his first taste of real NFL action. Dotson played 59 of 68 snaps and ran 38 routes, second on the team to Terry McLaurin. His actual production was buoyed by a couple of touchdowns, and you can't expect that to continue, but he's clearly already earned a significant role in this offense. That makes him worth rostering just to see where this goes. He's a talented young player with a valuable role, so you want him on your bench, if not your starting lineup just yet.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    Dotson got the chance to develop a rapport with Carson Wentz in OTAs before Terry McLaurin signed his contract extension. While McLaurin is still the No. 1 receiver in Washington, Dotson should be a solid running mate. Now, it's unlikely Dotson turns into a consistent Fantasy starter with Carson Wentz, at least as long as McLaurin is healthy. But he could be a potential No. 3 Fantasy receiver in three-receiver leagues, and he's worth at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Week 1 Priority List

    Dotson got the chance to develop a rapport with Carson Wentz in OTAs before Terry McLaurin signed his contract extension. While McLaurin is still the No. 1 receiver in Washington, Dotson should be a solid running mate. Now, it's unlikely Dotson turns into a consistent Fantasy starter with Carson Wentz, at least as long as McLaurin is healthy. But he could be a potential No. 3 Fantasy receiver in three-receiver leagues, and he's worth at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Poised for every-down role

    Dotson is in position for a nearly every-down role to start the season, according to Ben Standig of The Athletic. The Commanders played their starters for chunks of the first two preseason games, and it was consistently Dotson running alongside Terry McLaurin, with Curtis Samuel then coming on as the third receiver. Offensive coordinator Scott Turner uses three-wide formations a lot however, and may do so even more this year given the state of the team's depth chart at tight end. While new quarterback Carson Wentz comes with his own question marks, Dotson should run plenty of routes (if nothing else) when the Commanders open their season against the Jaguars.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Two catches Saturday

    Dotson caught both of his targets for 23 yards in Saturday's 24-14 preseason loss to the Chiefs. Dotson was the recipient of Carson Wentz's first pass of the game, while his second catch came on a Taylor Heinicke pass late in the first half. The rookie first-round pick reportedly has been turning heads in camp, so Dotson seems primed for a prominent role out of the gate as a secondary option for Wentz behind Terry McLaurin.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Not targeted in preseason debut

    Dotson played in Saturday's 23-21 preseason loss to the Panthers but did not see a target. Carson Wentz directed a pass toward Dotson deep down the right side of the field late in the first quarter. However, it wasn't counted as an official target because defensive holding was called on the play. Dotson has reportedly shown strong rapport with Wentz during training camp and drew a start in the Commanders' first preseason game, but he'll have to wait at least another week before showcasing his skills in game action.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Praised by fellow WR

    Teammate Terry McLaurin has been impressed with Dotson's hands and believes the rookie first-round pick out of Penn State will be an impact player out of the gate for Washington, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports. "When you're a sure-handed guy like he is and has been up until this point, he has a lot of confidence when the ball does get into his vicinity," McLaurin said of Dotson. While McLaurin is the clear-cut No. 1 wide receiver for Washington, Dotson could earn a prominent role right away, as Curtis Samuel is his primary competition for targets behind McLaurin at wide receiver.
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  • Commanders' Jahan Dotson: Surprise pick for Washington

    The Commanders selected Dotson in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 16th overall. Washington traded back from their original 11th overall slot, but not very far. Their selection might indicate that they held Dotson in similar or equal esteem to the wide receivers selected shortly before him, as the Penn State product wasn't expected to go this close in the order to Drake London (No. 8, Atlanta), Garrett Wilson (No. 10, Jets), Chris Olave (No. 11, New Orleans) or Jameson Williams (No. 12, Detroit). While his selection is surprisingly high at 16, it's easy to justify the Dotson pick after a highly convincing collegiate career where he produced 183 receptions for 2,757 yards and 25 touchdowns. Although he's skinny at 5-foot-11, 178 pounds, Dotson creates enough separation to keep defenders off him underneath and he has enough long speed (4.43-second 40) to threaten downfield. Rather than his abilities, Dotson's limitations in Washington would sooner have to do with his quarterbacks.
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