• Kenny Golladay
  • WR
  • , Detroit Lions
  • 26
  • 213 lbs
  • 6' 4"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Predicting Golladay’s 2019 production has been a little tricky. He spent the first half of the season with both Marvin Jones and Golden Tate in the lineup, and in those games, he was out-targeted by Jones 47 to 44. After Tate was traded, Golladay played one full game with a healthy Jones and posted 3-46 on four targets against the Vikings. (Jones posted 6-66 on eight targets in that game.) Jones was injured the following week against the Bears after posting 3-55 on seven targets in 62% of the snaps. That’s when Golladay blew up. He posted 6-78-1 on 13 targets in that game against the Bears and proceeded to average 9.5 targets per game over the final six games of the season. So which Golladay will owners get in 2019? The version that was the clear No. 1 option on his team or the one that was out-targeted by Jones through eight weeks?

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Scouting report

by Scot Berggren

DET WR Kenny Golladay - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
In his second pro season, Kenny Golladay became the breakout WR we expected. After missing five games during his rookie campaign and registering just 28 receptions, he rebounded to play in all but the season finale of ’18. In his sophomore season, Golladay registered 70 grabs for over 1,000 yards and five TDs. He posted three 100-yard games and recorded at least 70 yards in five other contests.

Fantasy Downside
After Golden Tate was traded at the end of October, Detroit’s passing attack took a dip. Marvin Jones also went down with an injury which ended up being a good thing for Golladay owners, as he saw double-digit targets in three of his final seven games. He was held to three or fewer catches five times and his last score came in Week 11. As the team’s top WR, he’ll be facing opponents’ top corners who will also likely have safety help.

Bottom Line
Golladay will be Lions No. 1 WR this season. He possesses great size at 6’4”, and speed, making him a prime target for Matthew Stafford’s deep balls. In his 26 NFL games Golladay has averaged 15.7 yards per reception and in half of those contests, he’s posted a 25-yard gainer. Look for Stafford to target the former Northern Illinois standout often, which should lead to a solid season with Golladay eclipsing the 1,000-yard plateau once again.

2019 Strength of Schedule - DET
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
10
@ARI
2
LAC
26
@PHI
28
KC
BYE21
@GB
3
MIN
24
NYG
18
@OAK
9
@CHI
8
DAL
17
@WAS
9
CHI
3
@MIN
29
TB
13
@DEN
21
GB

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

2019 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1NYJ711401216.290000-11.418.465/7092.9%
2@SF6891914.830000-14.920.971/7792.2%
3NE653178.830000-11.317.365/7487.8%
4@DAL4740418.500000-7.411.453/5498.1%
5GB4981924.500000-15.819.849/6279.0%
6BYE--------------
7@MIA2370218.500000-3.75.749/6476.6%
8SEA1120112.000000-1.22.254/5991.5%
9@MIN3460415.3318008.005.48.468/7097.1%
10@CHI67811313.000000-13.819.874/7894.9%
11CAR811311414.120000-17.325.361/6593.8%
12CHI5900818.000000-9.014.065/6698.5%
13LAR3500816.670000-5.08.070/7297.2%
14@ARI25042.500000-0.52.550/6083.3%
15@BUF71460820.860000-14.621.652/5791.2%
16MIN6580159.670000-5.811.858/7577.3%
17@GB--------------
Per game4.6770.870.337.8715.190.070.53008.009.1413.8160.27/66.8790.11%
Totals701063511815.1918008.00137.1207.1904/100390.11%