Bear Pascoe, TE Atlanta Falcons

2014 Strength of Schedule - ATL
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
10713311623931315263218201015
NO@CINTB@MIN@NYGCHI@BALDETBYE@TB@CARCLEARI@GBPIT@NOCAR

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPR
1DAL0000-0000-
2DEN212026.000000-
3CAR12012.000000-
4KC0001-0000-
5PHI0000-0000-
6CHI1140214.000000-
7MIN14024.000000-
8PHI0000-0000-
9BYE----------
10OAK0000-0000-
11GB0001-0000-
12DAL15025.000000-
13WAS211035.500000-
14SD1140114.000000-
15SEA212026.000000-
16DET17027.0012002.00
17WAS0000-0000-
Totals12810196.7512002.00

Most Recent News

Matt Ryan believes Harry Douglas is ready to step up

Friday, June 13, 2014, 12:06pm

Atlanta Journal-Constitution - [Full Article]

“As (Tony Gonzalez) has moved on, we’re going to have to find different ways to replace some of the production that he gave us,” Falcons QB Matt Ryan said. The Falcons don’t have a replacement on the roster. At OTAs last week, Mickey Shuler received a lot of action with the first-team offense. Levine Toilolo was the backup last season, and the team signed blocking tight end Bear Pascoe over the offseason. So who does Matt Ryan plan to count on? Receiver Harry Douglas. “I think he can fit into that role really well,” Ryan said.

Fantasy Impact:
Douglas finished as the #32 WR in standard formats (#22 in PPR) thanks to injuries suffered by Julio Jones and Roddy White. The Falcons don’t have a solid pass-catching tight end on the roster to replace Tony Gonzalez, so Douglas is expected to fill that role. Gonzalez saw 7.5-7.8 targets per game in the last two seasons, so there is plenty of opportunity for Douglas to shine if the Falcons want to feature him in the slot.