Everett played 24 of 69 offensive snaps and caught one of three targets for seven yards during Sunday's 30-16 win over Detroit.
Everett was gaining momentum with multiple receptions in three consecutive games heading into last week's bye, so his Week 13 showing was disappointing. He projects as a perfect fit for head coach Sean McVay's offense and has three receptions of over 20 yards through the past five games, so there's definite potential. It just seems more likely that he makes a consistent fantasy impact in future years and not over the final games of the 2018 season.
Everett caught three of four targets for 49 yards and two touchdowns in Monday night's 54-51 win over the Chiefs.
Everett was the hero Monday night, scoring both his touchdowns in the fourth quarter when the Rams were trailing. His first came on a seven-yard pass midway through the final period, and his second proved to be the game-winner, as he hauled in a 40-yarder along the sideline and tip-toed his way to pay dirt with under two minutes remaining. In doing so, Everett has now scored all three of his touchdowns this season over the Rams' last two games, sending him into their bye week on a high note.
Everett hauled in both of his targets, picking up 15 receiving yards as well as his first touchdown since Week 13 of last season during Sunday's 36-31 win over Seattle.
It's encouraging that Everett snapped a 13-game scoring drought with his 10-yard touchdown catch from Jared Goff, but what's more crucial to his sustainability as a fantasy asset is the volume of work that he's garnering in terms of target share. Sure, it's nothing that will make him a week-in, week-out TE1 by any stretch of the imagination, but the second-year man from South Alabama has averaged three targets per game since Week 5, compared to four combined targets through Los Angeles' first four games of 2018. In the headliner matchup of Week 11, Everett will be opposing a Chiefs defense that ranks bottom 10 in both receptions (52) and receiving yards (700) allowed to tight ends.
Everett caught three of five targets for 48 yards during Sunday's 45-35 loss to New Orleans.
This was Everett's best showing of the season, and he notched a reception of 20-plus yards for the second consecutive week. There's no questioning the sophomore's potential, but until he's incorporated into the offense more consistently, fantasy players will struggle to trust him in the majority of settings. Additionally, Everett played just 18 offensive snaps compared to fellow tight end Tyler Higbee's 42.
Everett played just 17 of 78 offensive snaps and caught one of his two targets for 22 yards during Sunday's 29-27 win over the Packers.
The 22-yard grab stands as Everett's longest reception of the season and also reaffirmed his big-play potential. He hauled in four 20-yard receptions as a rookie last season, after all. Unfortunately, Everett's target share is too small to make him a reliable fantasy asset, and he's also consistently playing fewer offensive snaps than fellow tight end Tyler Higbee. Additionally, with the Rams out to an 8-0 start, it's unlikely the offensive game plan will change to incorporate either tight end into the passing attack significantly more.
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|16||12/23/18||@ ARI||4:05 pm|
|2017||Los Angeles Rams||16||2||16||244||15.3||69||2||4||2||7|
|2018||Los Angeles Rams||12||0||19||217||11.4||40||3||3||1||11|
|2017||Los Angeles Rams||16||2||1||13||13.0||13||0||0||1|
|2018||Los Angeles Rams||12||0||0||0||---||0||0||0||0|
|2017||Los Angeles Rams||16||2||2.0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|
|2018||Los Angeles Rams||12||0||0.0||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|
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|2018||Los Angeles Rams||12||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|