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News: 4 days agoEngram caught six of nine targets for 129 yards and lost a fumble during Sunday's 19-17 win over the Bengals.
Spin: Engram nearly doubled his previous season high in receiving yardage thanks in large part to a season-long 53-yard gain. He also tied his high mark for receptions as he accounted for over half the team's receiving output on the day. The majority of Engram's production came before Daniel Jones (hamstring) suffered an injury and, despite next Sunday's inviting matchup with a porous Seahawks pass defense, his fantasy value could suffer if Colt McCoy starts under center.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Engram is entering his fourth NFL season having missed 14 of 48 possible games due to injury, including five games in 2018 and eight last season. The injuries have held Engram without a top-12 fantasy campaign since 2017, but there's no doubt he's been a major force when healthy. Engram was one of six players who appeared in at least eight games and were targeted at least six times during 100% of those outings last season. The consistent usage helped him to five top-10 fantasy weeks in eight tries (the position's fourth-best rate). We have to knock him a bit for durability concerns, but Engram is still in his prime at age 25 and should be locked into lineups when active.