Latest Update Jennings with 72 yards in win. Sun Sep, 28, 08:42 PM
Owns good power for a middle infielder, plus positional versatility. Also boasts a very good throwing arm and soft hands, no matter where he plays. Is a burgeoning run producer.
Flaws: : Isn't patient enough as a hitter, so his walks total is lacking. 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.
Jennings does not have much fantasy value at this point in his career. He had developed a nice rapport with Matt Cassel before his season-ending injury, so now Jennings has to start from scratch again with Bridgewater. You'll need to see more on a consistent basis for Jennings to be worth adding as a free agent, let alone putting in your lineup.Analyst: Michael A. Stein
Schoop finishes the season with a .209 batting average and 16 home runs. Even for someone who rarely walks and strikes out 25.4 percent of the time his average seems at least a bit unlucky. He could be in for a better 2015 if his batting average does not hold him back.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Jennings has now logged five or more receptions in two of his first three games, but has yet to go over the century mark in receiving yards. He is clearly not the playmaker we grew to love in his days with the Packers, but he has reliable hands and runs crisp routes so he should continue to see plenty of targets moving forward, especially if Kyle Rudolph is out for an extended period of time. Analyst: Matthew Beck
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