• 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 - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
It took some time before Gerald Everett was relied upon as a legitimate receiving option for the Rams in 2018, but he was targeted at least six times in Weeks 14 - 16. For the season, Everett saw less than half the snap percentage of teammate Tyler Higbee, yet nearly tripled Higbee's target rate at 13.4% to Higbee's 4.2%. Everett also received 11 red zone targets, just one fewer than both Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods.

Fantasy Downside
Everett faces an uphill battle for target volume, behind three strong wide receiver target options for Jared Goff, and potentially behind two running back receiving options in Todd Gurley and Darrell Henderson. Everett set career highs with his 320 receiving yards and three touchdowns in 2018, which made him the fantasy TE23.

2019 Bottom Line
If you're punting tight end through the early-to-middle rounds of your draft, Everett is a strong last-round target at the position. Tight end is a notoriously slow-developing position, and while Everett's TE29 ADP matches his 4for4 projection entering his third season, he plays in one of the highest-scoring offenses in the league, and even a slight increase in his target volume could pay dividends at his price.

2019 Strength of Schedule - LAR
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
25
@CAR
5
NO
23
@CLE
21
TB
12
@SEA
8
SF
9
@ATL
27
CIN
BYE20
@PIT
14
CHI
18
BAL
2
@ARI
12
SEA
16
@DAL
8
@SF
2
ARI

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

2018 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@OAK0000-0000-0.00.05/637.9%
2ARI1170217.000000-1.72.78/7211.1%
3LAC13023.000000-0.31.321/7727.3%
4MIN1130113.000000-1.32.323/5541.8%
5@SEA324038.000000-2.45.416/6624.2%
6@DEN2240412.000000-2.44.421/7428.4%
7@SF1-502-5.000000--0.50.522/6136.1%
8GB1220222.000000-2.23.217/7821.8%
9@NO3480516.000000-4.87.818/6030.0%
10SEA215127.500000-7.59.516/6524.6%
11KC3492416.330000-16.919.923/8028.8%
12BYE--------------
13@DET17037.000000-0.71.724/6934.8%
14@CHI429077.250000-2.96.936/6357.1%
15PHI546079.200000-4.69.634/7644.7%
16@ARI528065.60216008.004.49.451/6875.0%
17SF0001-0000-0.00.045/7361.6%
Per game2.0620.000.193.199.700.131.00008.003.235.2923.75/68.7534.71%
Totals333203519.70216008.0051.684.6380/110034.71%