NFL Consistency Report Close
The NFL Consistency Report is a grade for players (A-F) based solely on their consistency from week-to-week. Simply, how much their weekly output deviates from their weekly average throughout the season. In DFS cash games, players who are more consistent (A-B) should be considered more often). In GPP plays, you should feel comfortable starting players with high averages but in the C-F range with their grade.
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A. Walker - LB
Walker had nine total tackles and defended a pass in Sunday's loss at Philadelphia.
Walker play 73 of the defense's 83 snaps, which is nearly double his totals the first two weeks. Meanwhile, backup middle linebacker Skai Moore didn't play a snap on defense. It looks like Walker is back to full speed after missing a month during the preseason due to a hamstring injury. He could be a reliable source of tackles with his return to full time on the job.
Added 4:13 pm (EST)
S. Bradford - QB
Bradford has lost the starting job to Josh Rosen, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Bradford put up just 20 points and committed six turnovers in three games, eventually getting benched during the fourth quarter of Sunday's 16-14 loss to the Bears. It remains to be seen if he'll be active for Week 4 as the backup quarterback, given that the Cardinals can avoid some of his roster bonuses if he isn't on the 46-man gameday squad. It would be cheaper for the team to use Mike Glennon as the backup for Sunday's game against Seattle.
Added 4:10 pm (EST)
D. Allen - TE
Allen logged 17 out of a possible 48 snaps on offense in Sunday's loss to the Lions.
Allen saw all his snaps when the Patriots ran two-tight end sets and was not targeted in the game. The 28-year-old is still looking for his first catch of the 2018 season and therefore off the fantasy radar.
Added 4:09 pm (EST)
C. Rogers - WR
Rogers had two receptions for 14 yards on four targets in Sunday's loss at Philadelphia.
Rogers played 40 of the offense's 59 snaps and had the same number of targets as No. 2 receiver Ryan Grant. Rogers continues to be the No. 3 receiver, but he's playing fewer snaps than Grant (50 snaps Sunday) and Indy's tight ends are a significant part of the offense (Eric Ebron had 11 targets Sunday).
Added 4:09 pm (EST)
C. Patterson - WR
Patterson hauled in his only target for 12 yards in Sunday's 26-10 loss to the Lions.
While working as the Patriots' No. 3 wideout Sunday, Pattersonlogged 19 of a possible 48 snaps on offense. Through three games, Patterson has caught five of his seven targets for 36 yards and his modest involvement in the team's attack figures to wane in the coming weeks, with Josh Gordon (hamstring) having been acquired in a trade last week and Julian Edelman due back from his suspension in Week 5.
Added 4:05 pm (EST)
E. Ebron - TE
Ebron had five receptions for 33 yards on 11 targets in Sunday's loss at Philadelphia.
Ebron saw increased activity with Jack Doyle out with a hip injury as he led the team in targets. He played a season-high 52 snaps on offense and went out on routes on 41 plays, according to Pro Football Focus. Ebron had just 6.6 yards per reception, so he didn't capitalize on the opportunity. However, he could be set for another large role in the offense next week against Houston if Doyle remains out.
Added 4:02 pm (EST)
J. Rosen - QB
Rosen will be the Cardinals' starting quarterback moving forward, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Coach Steve Wilks made the announcement Monday afternoon, confirming that the rookie first-round pick will replace Sam Bradford under center. The Cardinals have plenty of other issues on offense, but there wasn't much point putting Bradford back on the field after he turned the ball over six times while leading the team to an 0-3 start with just 20 points scored along the way. The Cardinals will host the Seahawks on Sunday for the first start of Rosen's career, hoping that a new quarterback can help the team get more out of slow-starting Larry Fitzgerald and David Johnson.
Added 4:01 pm (EST)
M. Johnson - WR
Johnson lost two yards on one carry in Sunday's loss at Philadelphia.
Johnson played just two snaps on offense and has played just seven snaps on offense this season. This was a rare touch for him on the offense as he's usually stuck on the bench on offense.
Added 3:57 pm (EST)