College: Arizona State | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 225 lbs
Birth Date: 12/17/1997
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2020 Bye Week: 5
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry has been a tough player to trust in fantasy leagues all season long. He is coming off a zero reception game last week and isn't expected to do much versus the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 13. A secondary that has been solid against the passing attack this season. The Pats are having trouble getting Harry involved on a consistent basis. Fantasy owners shouldn't put much faith in Harry doing anything productive this week.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry returned last week against the Houston Texans after a three-game absence due to a concussion. He hauled in five of his eight targets for 41 yards in the loss. Fantasy owners always have to worry about Harry because he continues to lack consistency. He does have a favorable matchup in Week 12, but that doesn't mean a whole lot with Harry. The Arizona Cardinals Defense has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to wide receivers this season. Fantasy owners should consider Harry a low-end flex option, because honestly you never know what you're going to get with him.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry has been a non-factor in the offense for quite some time. Heading into this Week 11 matchup versus the Houston Texans, Harry had one reception for six yards since the Week 5 bye week. To be fair, he was injured during some of that time, but he still took the field multiple times since then. Harry hauled in five of his eight targets for 41 yards in the loss to the Texans. It was a nice outing by Harry, but fantasy owners shouldn't expect much going forward. Harry has basically turned himself into a deep league option at this point.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (shoulder) has been deemed questionable to play in Sunday's game versus Houston as a late addition to the team's injury report. Harry did not so much as see a target last week against Baltimore despite playing 60 percent of the team's offensive snaps, making him an extremely risky fantasy commodity in Week 11, even if he eventually gets clearance to suit up. Harry began the year as a likely consistent target for Cam Newton, but having notched just one reception for six yards over his past three games, fantasy managers can look elsewhere for production. Should Harry be held out, Jakobi Meyers, Damiere Byrd, and Isaiah Ford figure to be the biggest benefactors.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry was held without a catch during the Week 10 win over the Baltimore Ravens. He returned to the lineup after a two-game absence due to a concussion. The Pats didn't even look his way at all during the game, which is alarming for fantasy owners. This offense continues to go run-heavy and basically only target Jakobi Meyers. Harry has a favorable matchup against the Houston Texans this week, but it's tough to trust the Pats to actually look his way.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (concussion) is officially active for Week 10 against the Baltimore Ravens. Harry missed the team's last two games after suffering a concussion. While he's been gone, Jakobi Meyers has emerged as the team's top receiving threat. Harry has struggled in his second NFL season and shouldn't be relied upon in fantasy leagues until he shows more promise on the field.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (ankle, chest), wide receiver N'Keal Harry (concussion) and cornerback Stephon Gilmore (knee) are questionable for Week 10 against the Ravens on Sunday night. Harris and Harry were limited in practice all week, giving them both a good chance to play this weekend, but the game being on Sunday night makes them both risky fantasy assets. Not only does Baltimore have a solid run defense, but Harris is also in a timeshare backfield that involves Rex Burkhead and James White. He's a shaky RB3/flex if he's active. The Ravens D allows the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to RBs. Harry has missed the last two games and should be avoided, even if he plays. Jakobi Meyers has become the team's top wideout. If Gilmore can't play, Ravens wideout Marquise Brown would become much more attractive.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (head) has missed each of the last two games after suffering a concussion a few weeks ago. On Wednesday, Harry returned to practice, which puts him on track to suit up against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 10. Harry has not been much of a fantasy option this season, but could see more targets coming his way with Julian Edelman (knee) sidelined. The Ravens Defense is not exactly easy to pass against, so the Pats could have a difficult time moving the ball. Fantasy owners should consider Harry a low-end flex option, assuming he suits up.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (concussion) has not been cleared to return for Monday's game against the Jets, marking his second consecutive contest on the sidelines. With Julian Edelman (knee) also out of the mix, Jakobi Meyers and Damiere Byrd figure to continue seeing the vast majority of reps and targets at WR for the Patriots. Even prior to his injury, Harry's rapport with Patriots signal callers was on the downturn, as he received just two targets during both Weeks 6 and 7. Upon his eventual activation, Harry may be worth a speculative add due to the fraught nature of the New England receiving corps, but with a matchup versus a stout Ravens Defense on the horizon next week, fantasy managers can look elsewhere for short-term production.
New England Patriots WR N'Keal Harry (concussion) and RB JJ Taylor (illness) have been ruled out for week 9.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (head) is expected to return after sitting out the Week 8 matchup against the Buffalo Bills. He sat out last game due to a concussion, but should play able to suit up against the New York Jets in Week 9. Julian Edelman (knee) is going to be sidelined for the foreseeable future, which is great for Harry's fantasy value. The Jets secondary is awful and has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to wide receivers this season. To be fair, the Pats offense hasn't been great this season, but it's tough to struggle against the Jets. Harry has struggled lately, but has promising upside here. Fantasy owners in desperate need of a wide receiver this week should take a look at him.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (concussion) will have an extra day to try and clear the league's concussion protocol when he takes on the Jets on Monday, but he's not trending in the right direction after a missed practice Thursday. Harry was held out of last week's game due to the ailment, leaving New England fraughtfully thin at the WR slot. Whereas the matchup against Buffalo likely wouldn't have made Harry much of a fantasy consideration, his meeting with the Jets would undoubtedly be in his favor. Should Harry ultimately wind up being held out, expect Damiere Byrd and Jakobi Meyers to continue seeing increased targets and being last-minute fill-ins in season-long formats.
New England Patriots wide receivers Julian Edelman (knee) and N'Keal Harry (concussion) have both been ruled out for Week 8 against the division-rival Bills. Edelman underwent a minor knee procedure this week and could miss multiple games. He's become a drop candidate in 12-team leagues due to his injury and declining production sans Tom Brady. Harry missed last week's game as well and didn't practice all week. Expect the Pats to roll with Damiere Byrd, Gunner Olszewski and Jakobi Myers in three-wide sets against Buffalo this week. Quarterback Cam Newton will be more of a low-end QB2 without his top aerial weapons, while running backs James White and Rex Burkhead could be sneaky flex options in PPR leagues.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (head) was forced to exit early during the Week 7 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He hauled in one of his two targets for six yards before leaving because of a head injury. Harry has not shown much upside even when he is on the field. He has become droppable in most standard formats and won't have great value versus the Buffalo Bills next week.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (head) was taken to the locker room in the first quarter of the team's Week 7 game against the San Francisco 49ers. Harry took a hard hit from 49ers safety Tarvarius Moore on an incomplete pass and was helped off the field. He had one catch for six yards on two targets before the injury. His return should be considered questionable.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry has been a tough player to own in fantasy leagues this season. It's almost impossible to predict his fantasy value on a weekly basis. He finished with zero receptions on two targets in the loss to the Denver Broncos last week. It's unlikely that things are going to head in a positive direction against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 7. A defense that has allowed the third-fewest passing yards per game this season. Harry can be benched in most standard leagues this week.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry was held without a catch during the Week 6 loss to the Denver Broncos. He was targeted twice and wasn't able to haul in anything here. Quarterback Cam Newton continues to struggle, so Harry's value has been all over the place this season. It's tough to predict what he's going to do on a weekly basis. He'll likely be someone to avoid in most formats against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 7.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry will have quarterback Cam Newton back under center Sunday versus Denver, boosting him up toward WR3/Flex appeal in medium-sized or larger season-long formats. Harry has been a favorite target of Newton, having averaged seven targets per contest this year, while compiling 18 receptions for 166 yards and one score. Harry should also garner some DFS appeal due to being the teams No. 2 primary target in the passing game and receiving a low-priced tag against a Broncos secondary that has been susceptible to strong performances from opposing wideouts in 2020.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry has posted decent numbers through the first four weeks of the regular season. Last week, Harry hauled in three of six targets for 21 yards and one touchdown in the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. It was a rough game for Harry until he saved his fantasy value with a late game touchdown. To be fair, Brian Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham are both horrendous quarterbacks. Luckily, the Pats get a favorable matchup against the Denver Broncos who struggle to defend the passing game. There's hope that Harry could carry low-end flex value here.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry was the only player to find the end zone for this offense in Week 4. Harry hauled in three of his six targets for 21 yards and one touchdown in the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. He salvaged his fantasy value with a touchdown late in the game. It is tough for anyone on the Pats offense to have much fantasy value until Cam Newton returns. There's a chance that Harry is useful in deep leagues next week, but that might be it.