Latest Update Greg Jennings finds the end zone Sunday Mon Oct, 27, 07:29 AM
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.
This wa sa dream match-up for Jennings as the Bucs ranked dead last against opposing WR1, allowing an average of 95 yards per game to the position. While Jennings didn't rack up the yardage, he was able to find the end zone which was a nice boost for his stats. He's a tough one to trust moving forward, given the rest of the Vikings' offense, but as a bye week fill-in when you need a WR3 play, he may be worth a look with a soft match-up.Analyst: Howard Bender
The days of Jennings being anything more than a mid-level WR3 play are long gone. He's averaging six targets per game, but these 77 yards are a season-high for him and he hasn't found the end zone since Week 1. With rookie Teddy Bridgewater leading the charge, it's going to be tough for Jennings to do anything more than what he's produced this season. He's a bye week filler these days in leagues of 14 teams or fewer, so don;t expect any sort of a turnaround.Analyst: Howard Bender
Jennings has not been very good this season regardless of the quarterback. Unless you have to start him in the next few weeks it is probably time to drop Jennings for someone with a higher ceiling.Analyst: Steve Pimental
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