DK Metcalf

DKMetcalf

  • HT/WT
    6' 4", 235 lbs
  • Birthdate
    12/14/1997 (24)
  • College
  • Draft Info
    2019: Rd 2, Pk 64 (SEA)
  • Status
    Active

Previous Game

Bears
2-0
27
Seahawks
0-2
11
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2021 Receiving

Stats
Regular Season
Career
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7512996712.9128448166.00610
2163583,17014.729841503175.70754

Recent Games

DateOPPResultRECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFD
Sun 1/9@ARI
W
38-30
5115811.60310
Sun 1/2vsDET
W
51-29
696310.53170
Sun 12/26vsCHI
L
25-24
254120.51410
Tue 12/21@LAR
L
20-10
612528.70120
Sun 12/12@HOU
W
33-13
484310.80220
Latest News

Fantasy Football

Draft Rk
46
% Rostered
97
% Change 7 Days
0

News: 19 hours agoMetcalf played the opening series of Thursday's 27-11 preseason loss to the Bears but wasn't targeted.

Spin: Metcalf got his feet wet after sitting out Seattle's preseason opener, but he was used sparingly, as the Seahawks' immediate goal for Metcalf is just to keep him healthy heading into the regular season. Metcalf may see more significant action in the Aug. 26 preseason finale in Dallas so that he can build a rapport with Geno Smith (knee) or Drew Lock (COVID-19) before the games start to count.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Metcalf has finished as a top-15 fantasy WR each of the last two seasons, but the two campaigns were quite different. Metcalf's 2020 included a combination of high-end volume and efficiency, which led to an 83-1,303-10 receiving line and seventh-place fantasy finish (10th in PPG). Last season, the volume remained, but efficiency plummeted (Russell Wilson missing time didn't help) and Metcalf ended up 13th in fantasy (23rd in PPG) with a 75-967-12 line. He has a lot going for him -- he's 24 years old, perhaps the most physically intimidating WR in the league and oft-targeted deep downfield and near the goal line (top five in end zone targets in all three NFL seasons). However, Seattle has major QB issues with Russell Wilson out and Drew Lock in, which will hurt Metcalf in the scoring and efficiency departments. He's still in the WR2 mix, but riskier than in past years.