• Gerald Everett
  • TE
  • , Los Angeles Rams
  • 25
  • 239 lbs
  • 6' 3"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Everett is definitely on my radar as a late round dart throw at the tight end position. He finished the fantasy regular season with three straight games of 6+ targets and played 59% of the snaps in the last month after playing at a 26% rate during the first 12 games. He played 58% of the snaps in the team’s three postseason games as well, so that playing time trend continued throughout the playoffs. He didn’t have much production to show for it, but he has all the physical tools (4.62 40-yard dash, other elite measurables for the position) to emerge as a viable fantasy TE1 if Todd McVay decides to use him.

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Scouting report

by Andrew Fleischer

LAR TE Gerald Everett - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs San Francisco 49ers
Gerald Everett broke out in a big way in Week 5. Everett lined up for 81% of the Rams' offensive snaps and was targeted 11 times for a Week 5 target rate of 19.0%, his highest rate of the season. Everett caught seven balls for 136 yards, earning some spectacular yards after the catch via broken tackles. The Rams have used 12 Personnel (one running back and two tight ends) only 11% of the time through five weeks, the third-lowest percentage among all 32 teams, but used the grouping for 36% of their offensive plays in Week 5, sixth-most. The positive results against the Seahawks could result in an increase in tight end usage for Los Angeles.

Unfortunately for Everett, the 49ers have been even more successful at limiting opposing tight ends than they have wide receivers and running backs. They've allowed just 87 total yards on 11 total receptions to tight ends through four games, while their 8.8 aFPA allowed to the position is ninth-lowest. Everett is a risky start as your TE1 given the tough matchup and the fact that it remains unknown if the Rams offense will ease off of its heavy reliance on 11 personnel, but his upside is sizeable. Everett's five red-zone targets are certainly a point in his favor, and he's definitely worth a roster spot with starter potential in better matchups ahead.

2019 Strength of Schedule - LAR
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
13
@CAR
3
NO
15
@CLE
30
TB
31
@SEA
2
SF
19
@ATL
10
CIN
BYE27
@PIT
25
CHI
21
BAL
32
@ARI
31
SEA
28
@DAL
2
@SF
32
ARI

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

2019 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@CAR17017.000000-0.71.730/7739.0%
2NO321057.0010000.002.15.150/7071.4%
3@CLE215027.500000-1.53.558/6687.9%
4TB544188.800000-10.415.456/9857.1%
5@SEA713601119.430000-13.620.658/7280.6%
6SF29054.500000-0.92.928/5352.8%
Per game3.3338.670.175.3311.600.170000.004.878.2046.67/72.6764.80%
Totals2023213211.6010000.0029.249.2280/43664.80%