Latest Update Greg Jennings almost a no-show on Sunday Mon Sep, 15, 03:57 AM
Owns good power for a middle infielder, plus a lot of positional versatility. Also boasts a very good throwing arm and soft hands, no matter where he plays.
Flaws: : Strikes out a bit too much, partly due to the fact he has a bit of a long swing. Also, he's not much of a stolen-base threat. Must find his positional niche.
Just a terrible game all around for Jennings. He was limited on targets and came down with only one catch. Heck, he didn't even record enough yards for a point. Chalk it up to a bad week, but understand that he's simply not the target he once was and has value limited to that of a mid-level WR3.Analyst: Howard Bender
The old man's still got it, doesn't he? Jennings actually led the Vikings in targets this week and grabbed all but one that came his way. While Cordarrelle Patterson gets the glory, it is the reliable Jennings who gets leaned on most heavily. With sure hands and insane knowledge of his route tree, he's proven time and time again that he's got tremendous value both in reality and fantasy. He may only be a low-WR2/high-WR3 most weeks, but his consistency is what will keep you loving him all year.Analyst: Howard Bender
The home run was Schoop's third in as many days which brings his season total to 15. He struggled for most the season to hit for average but the power is very present for the 21 year old infielder and shows great promise for season to come if he can get a better handle of the strike zone.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
This is the second day in a row that Schoop has homered. Even though he is a regular player in the Orioles line up, he does not have numbers that suggest he should be a fantasy starter. Leave him on your waiver wire.Analyst: Colby Conway