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Mailbag: October 15, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Andy Dalton's potential in Dallas. Michael Thomas' off-field antics. Ranking the young quarterbacks. Sputtering Tyler Lockett. And more. more »



Wilson throws 5 more touchdown passes in Seahawks win

For the second consecutive week, Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON threw 5 touchdown passes. Wilson is the first quarterback to have at least four touchdown passes in each of the first threeMore games. Wilson also got plenty of help from star wide receiver TYLER LOCKETT, who caught 3 of Wilson's five touchdown passes. Wilson will look to keep things rolling next week when the Seahawks play against the Miami Dolphins. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks bringing back WR Richardson

The Seattle Seahawks are officially bringing back veteran wide receiver PAUL RICHARDSON to add depth to their wide receiving corps. Richardson is expected to compete for the third receiver spot withMore free agent signee PHILLIP DORSETT. Dorsett has been dealing with a lingering sore foot. Wide receivers TYLER LOCKETT and DK METCALF, of course, are the starters in Seattle. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Fantasy News: Seattle Seahawks

I’m higher than most on Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf. I have already selected those guys in multiple drafts. So I have a special interest in Antonio Brown. What would happen to those receivers if Brown were to sign with the Seahawks?   more »


Factoid: Tyler Lockett

Made a dynasty trade for Tyler Lockett yesterday. I had depth at running back, so I dealt away Kareem Hunt and some draft positioning for Lockett. Perhaps a year from now Hunt is a three-down feature back for some team, but I'm pretty sure Lockett will be better in 2020, and pretty good for the next several years.   more »



Seahawks sign free agent WR Dorsett

The Seattle Seahawks signed former New England wide receiver PHILLIP DORSETT to a one-year contract earlier this week. Dorsett was the 29th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, but heMore has failed to live up to expectations thus far in his career. The Seahawks are hoping he can provide a consistent third receiving option behind the dynamic duo of TYLER LOCKETT and DK METCALF. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Lockett ready to go vs. Eagles

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll confirmed on Friday that wide receiver TYLER LOCKETT is ready to go for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Lockett suffered a leg contusion that causedMore him to spend two nights in the hospital following the Seahawks last game against the San Francisco 49ers. Carroll said that Locket practiced well on Thursday and Friday and that he is ready to face the Eagles. Less

Source: Team Website


Lockett improving ahead of Sunday’s game

Seattle wide receiver TYLER LOCKETT was a limited participant in practice on Thursday for the second straight day. Lockett appears to be trending in the right direction approaching Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks optimistic about Lockett injury

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said that wide receiver TYLER LOCKETT is doing better and that the team will know his status for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles later thisMore week. Lockett suffered a leg contusion that required him to stay behind for two nights at a Stanford hospital after Seattle’s Week #10 game against San Francisco. Carroll added that he was optimistic and that the extra days during the bye week helped. Less

Source: Team Website


Lockett expected to be fine after bye-week

Seattle wide receiver TYLER LOCKETT suffered a leg contusion in Monday night’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Lockett was hospitalized as a precaution, but head coach Pete Carroll said on Tuesday that his star wideout should be fine after the team’s bye this week.

Source: Team Website

Podcast: November 7 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 9 of the NFL regular season and look forward to Chargers-Raiders on Thursday Night Football. Sponsored by DraftKings.  more »



Seattle WR Moore out with injured shoulder

Seattle wide receiver DAVID MOORE suffered a shoulder injury in practice on Thursday and is likely to be out of action for the season opener and beyond. Head coach Pete CarrollMore did not give specifics about the injury, but initial reports indicate that Moore will not need surgery. TYLER LOCKETT and JARON BROWN are the only receivers on the roster that currently have any significant experience. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Podcast: July 26 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Second part of our conversation with Scott Pianowski of Yahoo Sports, veering from Pittsburgh to Seattle and focusing on young veterans to target and old quarterbacks to avoid. Sponsored by  more »


Around the NFL: Seahawks release Baldwin

The Seahawks released Doug Baldwin yesterday, an anticipated move based on draft weekend reports that Baldwin would likely be retiring. It will no doubt cause some excitement about rookie wideouts DK Metcalf and just maybe Gary Jennings, but don't forget the holdovers, either.   more »


Fantasy News: Kick return preview

Let me touch on just a moment on kick returns. Many leagues award credit when a player scores a touchdown on a kickoff of punt return, and there are some who also dole out bonuses for return yardage. So it makes sense to look at those roles.   more »


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