Byrd still top WR.
Byrd led the Patriots' Week 6 wide receiver corps in playing time (55 of a possible 57 snaps on offense), catches and yards, but that was in the context of a game in which QB Cam Newton only recorded 157 passing yards. Harry (0 catches) targeted twice.
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The Patriots and the Broncos are now tentatively scheduled to play Sunday, Oct. 18 in Week 6, which was originally a scheduled bye week for New England. Damiere Byrd Might Be Deep League Option Share: 2 days ago New England Patriots wide receiver Damiere Byrd saw a season-high 10 targets during the Week 4 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Next Up Player Breakdowns. CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. Commissioner.com is a registered trademark of CBS Interactive Inc. site: fantasynews | arena: nfl | pageType: stories | © 2004-2020 CBS Interactive. Still, his 10 targets in the game has many wondering if Byrd is a viable fantasy option going forward and if he should be a Week 5 fantasy waiver wire pickup. This performance would’ve been even better, if he had even an average showing from the quarterback position, with Cam Newton’s absence.
Byrd hauled in three of his four targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 18-12 loss to the Broncos. Byrd caught six passes (nine targets) for 72 yards in Sunday's 35-30 loss to Seattle.
Damiere Byrd’s fantasy performance over the past couple weeks has people talking. Denver, meanwhile, had been in line to host the Dolphins, but Miami now looks poised to take its bye Week 6.
We offer recommendations from over 100 fantasy football … section: | slug: patriots-damiere-byrd-sticks-as-starter | sport: football | route: article_single_fantasy | Wanted to break down this throw by Cam to explain how he "breaks the chain" resulting in an under-throw to Byrd.… https://t.co/fkTWfRVDoZ, #Patriots snap counts from yesterday. Unless the team makes a move to add wideout depth, Byrd figures to continue to see regular snaps, but he profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option in an offense that tends to change its approach from week to week.
It’s a badge of pride to be able to brag to your friends about who you have and how good your team is. In fantasy football, it’s often nice to have big names on your team. Byrd should continue to see the field for the majority of offensive snaps against the Raiders on Sunday. Byrd remained as a starter opposite N'Keal Harry, logging 85 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Byrd should continue to see the field for the majority of offensive snaps against the Raiders on Sunday. Forums; Weekly #FootCast; #FootClan …
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