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Jan 8, 2023 6 120 40 0 12
Jan 1, 2023 5 47 13 0 4
Dec 24, 2022 7 96 20 0 7
Dec 18, 2022 7 70 12 0 5
Dec 4, 2022 6 95 37 0 9

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2022 72 866 12.03 4 0.00 995.8
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Career-high 120 yards in Week 18

    London caught six of eight targets for 120 yards during Sunday's 30-17 win over Tampa Bay. London briefly went to the locker in the second quarter with a foot injury, but he returned to the contest and finished with a career-high 120 receiving yards during his final game of the 2022 campaign. The rookie first-round pick finished the season strong and totaled 31 receptions on 48 targets for 428 yards over the final five games, with 333 of those yards coming in four contests with Desmond Ridder at the helm. The Falcons are expected to add more quarterback depth this offseason after the Marcus Mariota experiment failed, but regardless of who's under center, London is expected to be Atlanta's top wideout next year.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Back in Sunday's game

    London (foot) returned to Sunday's game versus the Buccaneers, Scott Bair of the Falcons' official site reports. London went to the locker room in the second quarter and was diagnosed with a foot injury, but he'll attempt to gut it out for the rest of Week 18 and build upon his 26-yard catch from the first half.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Exits with foot injury

    London left Sunday's game against the Buccaneers due to a foot injury, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports. According to McElhaney, London went to the locker room shortly before the Falcons deemed him questionable to return. If London is unable to do so, he'll finish Week 18 with one catch (on two targets) for 26 yards.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Momentum stalled

    London recorded five receptions on eight targets for 47 yards in Sunday's 20-19 win over the Cardinals. London finished tied for the team lead with eight targets, though that was his lowest total since Week 12. Unsurprisingly, he also recorded his lowest reception and yardage total in that span. In addition to lost volume, London was also limited to working in the short areas of the field, as his longest catch went for 13 yards and three of his five receptions went for single-digit gains. Despite the disappointing output, London entered the game having recorded at least 70 receiving yards in three consecutive matchups and is ending his rookie season in strong form.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: WRs to Start

    London continues to look like a rising star heading into Week 17 against Arizona. He scored at least 12 PPR points in each of his past three games, and he has at least nine targets and six catches in each outing. In two games with Desmond Ridder, London has 14 catches for 166 yards on 20 targets. He's worth using as a No. 2 receiver in all leagues against the Cardinals, who just lost standout safety Budda Baker (shoulder) for the season.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Start Him In PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    London basically is the entirety of the Falcons passing game. Ridder's not very accurate but he's good at putting up a lob for London to come down with. Expect a few of those as part of a double-digit target output. London's trustworthy as a low-end No. 2 WR in PPR and a flex in half- and non-PPR.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Week 17 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    London is one player I absolutely cannot wait to draft next season, assuming the Falcons do something to get a competent quarterback this offseason. London has turned his season around over the past three weeks, earning massive target shares and putting up at least 70 yards in each games. His overall numbers for the season aren't likely to be too impressive – he needs 301 yards over the next two games to get to 1,000 yards -- but that doesn't account for the degree of difficulty playing in a super-low volume offense with mediocre-to-bad QB play. London has been incredibly impressive, and I'm going to rank him as a solid WR3 for Week 17 against the Cardinals.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Falls just short of century mark

    London caught seven of nine targets for 96 yards in Saturday's 17-9 loss to the Ravens. For the second straight game, London showed impressive chemistry with fellow rookie Desmond Ridder, as he led Atlanta in catches and receiving yards. London has posted a 14-166-0 line on 20 targets in two games with Ridder under center, giving the eighth overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft upside and momentum heading into a Week 17 matchup with the Cardinals.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: WRs to Sit

    London has been great for the past two games, and he is finally showing the promise that made him the first wide receiver selected in the 2022 NFL Draft. He has 13 catches for 165 yards on 23 targets in his past two outings against the Steelers and Saints, and it was fun to see him perform well at New Orleans in Desmond Ridder's first NFL start in Week 15. But I would shy away from London in Week 16 at Baltimore. The Ravens have been dominating opposing passing games of late and have allowed just three touchdowns to wide receivers since Week 8. London still has appeal as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver in most leagues, but this isn't the week to trust him at Baltimore.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Solid connection with Ridder

    London caught seven of 11 targets for 70 yards during Sunday's 21-18 loss to New Orleans. Desmond Ridder targeted London early and often during his NFL debut, as the rookie duo connected seven times for 70 yards. The wideout saw double-digit targets for a second straight game and the third time during the campaign. During those contests, London has totaled 21 receptions for 251 yards and one score. While London could continue leading the team in targets in most remaining games, his overall fantasy production is likely to remain limited while operating in the Falcons' struggling offense.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Career-high 95 receiving yards

    London caught six of 12 targets for 95 yards during Sunday's 19-16 loss to Pittsburgh. London was targeted on half of Marcus Mariota's 24 pass attempts and set a career high with 95 receiving yards. All six of the rookie's receptions went for at least 10 yards, including a 37-yard catch in the second quarter. With Kyle Pitts (knee) out for the year, London will look to build off his career-high performance and emerge as Atlanta's top pass-catching option moving forward.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Meager production in loss

    London logged two receptions on four targets for 29 yards during Sunday's 19-13 defeat to the Commanders. London finished second on the team in receptions, targets and yards behind Olamide Zaccheaus. The rookie first-round pick continues to be limited in Atlanta's run-heavy offense, but despite Zaccheaus' breakout game, London figures to be the Falcons' go-to pass catcher in the absence of Kyle Pitts (knee). London will look to bounce back against the Steelers in Week 13 before Atlanta heads into its Week 14 bye.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Two-yard touchdown in win

    London reeled in one of three targets for two yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 27-24 win over the Bears. London gave the Falcons an early 7-0 lead with a two-yard score to finish the first drive of the game. However, the rookie wideout saw only two targets the rest of the way and failed to secure another catch, marking his second game with one or fewer receptions. Regardless, London has now scored a touchdown in back-to-back weeks and has four scores across 11 appearances, though he's failed to top 50 receiving yards in eight straight games after reaching that plateau in each of his first three contests.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Finds end zone in loss

    London brought in five of six targets for 38 yards and a touchdown in the Falcons' 25-15 loss to the Panthers on Thursday night. The rookie found the end zone for the first time since Week 3 on a tough seven-yard grab between two defenders just past the midway point of the third quarter. London still couldn't clear the 40-yard mark, however, making it four consecutive games for the first-round selection under that modest threshold. London's upside is likely to be capped as long as Marcus Mariota remains in a starting role, but he'll hope to boost his numbers in a Week 11 matchup at home a week from Sunday against the inconsistent Bears defense.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Key fumble in loss

    London brought in three of seven targets for 23 yards and lost a fumble in the Falcons' 20-17 loss to the Chargers on Sunday. London once again put up modest numbers, but his day was all the more forgettable thanks to the rookie allowing Khalil Mack to strip the ball from him after a five-yard reception at the Chargers' six-yard line early in the third quarter. London has now failed to top 40 receiving yards in six consecutive games, an unfavorable streak he'll aim to snap in a Week 10 divisional matchup against the Panthers on Thursday night.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: WRs to Sit

    London continues to be a non-factor for Fantasy managers given the Falcons run-first offense, and he has now scored seven PPR points or less in five games in a row. That isn't expected to change against the Chargers, who are better against the pass but struggle against the run. I wish the Falcons would throw more and give London the chance to make plays, but he's not even seeing enough opportunities to warrant use in three-receiver leagues when there are six teams on a bye.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Four receptions in win

    London reeled in four of five targets for 31 yards during Sunday's 37-34 overtime win over the Panthers. London was on the field for 59 offensive snaps, most among Atlanta's wideouts, and he finished second on the team in receptions. However, he turned those catches into a modest 31 yards, with the majority of his production coming on a 17-yard catch late in the fourth quarter. After securing 16 of 25 targets for 214 yards and two scores across the first three games of his career, the rookie has mustered just 14 receptions for 132 yards over his last five appearances. London will look to get back on track against the Chargers in Week 9.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: WRs to Sit

    The Falcons just aren't throwing the ball enough for Fantasy managers to trust London as even a No. 3 receiver in most leagues. He has four catches or less in five games in a row, 40 yards or less in four games in a row, and he's combined for 18 PPR points since Week 3. He also has just five targets in his past two outings. Keep him reserved for now and hopefully better days are ahead, but you can't start him in Week 8 against the Panthers.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: Targeted once in loss

    London recorded one catch on one target for nine yards in Sunday's 35-17 loss to the Bengals. Marcus Mariota attempted only 13 passes on the day, but London's ability to command only one target is still a concern. London is likely to see his volume tick back up moving forward -- he has at least six targets in five of seven games this season -- though he has now failed to top 40 yards in four consecutive games. However, it is worth noting that he appeared on the injury report with a knee injury early in the week leading up to Sunday's game -- an issue that could have hampered him in this performance.
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  • Falcons' Drake London: WRs to Sit

    We'll see if the Falcons are forced to throw the ball more in Week 7 at Cincinnati, but that hasn't been their formula for success of late. Marcus Mariota attempted just 14 passes in Week 6 against San Francisco, and London just isn't getting enough opportunities to produce. He has a combined 18 targets in his past three games, and he combined for just 17 PPR points over that span. It's also a tough matchup this week against the Bengals, who have allowed just two touchdowns to receivers all year.
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