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by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 12, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 – Andrew Hawkins at Atlanta Falcons
Last Sunday should mark the last game of the season where Andrew Hawkins operated as Cleveland’s number one receiver. He played like a top target against Houston, catching six passes for 97 yards and a score. Hawkins is not going to go away, but will be playing second fiddle to Josh Gordon from here on out. Although Atlanta allows the most passing yards per game in the NFL, Hawkins needs to be viewed as a WR4.

by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 11, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 – Andrew Hawkins vs. Houston Texans
Andrew Hawkins missed Cleveland’s Week 10 win over Cincinnati due to injury. Baby Hawk is expected to return to action against the Texans. Provided he plays, it would be the last game he would be serving as Cleveland’s number one receiver, with Josh Gordon due back in Week 12 and Jordan Cameron expected to return at some point. While Hawkins is generally the safest of Cleveland’s pass catchers, he is far from a sure thing. Provided you are not in a really bad bye week situation, you should be able to locate a better WR3 candidate.

by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 10, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 – Andrew Hawkins at Cincinnati Bengals
Will Andrew Hawkins be able to play against his former team? Dealing with a leg issue, there is a chance Hawkins will not get to match wits with his old friends, but the odds seem to slightly favor him taking the field. Baby Hawk had a disappointing day on Sunday, catching just three passes for 34 yards against Tampa Bay, one of the NFL’s weakest pass defenses. With Cincinnati surrendering just 10 touchdown passes in eight games and the Bengals well aware of Andrew’s tendencies, he should be on your bench unless your bye week blues are of the severe variety.

by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 9, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 – Andrew Hawkins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
After a debacle in Week 6 where he didn't catch a pass, Andrew Hawkins has proven to be a resilient fantasy player. Since then, he has 12 receptions for 200 yards and scored his first touchdown of the season. With momentum on his side and a tantalizing matchup with Tampa Bay's bottom five pass defense ahead, Hawkins is an intriguing player during a week where so many stars at the wide receiver position are on bye. He should provide solid WR3 value.

by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 8, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 – Andrew Hawkins vs. Oakland Raiders
Andrew Hawkins was one of the few Cleveland players who showed signs of life last Sunday in Jacksonville. After pitching a shutout in week six, Baby Hawk caught five passes for 112 yards. Nevertheless, since Cleveland’s bye in week four, Hawkins has lost the consistency that made him an early-season PPR revelation. Even against the winless Raiders, Hawkins is more of a WR4 than WR3.

by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 7, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 – Andrew Hawkins at Jacksonville Jaguars
Well, so much for Andrew Hawkins being a fairly safe PPR play. Cleveland scored 31 points on Sunday and Hawkins failed to catch a single pass. His regression was inevitable once Jordan Cameron reestablished himself as Cleveland’s top receiver. Obviously, things will be better for Andrew this week and the matchup is favorable. Regardless, his stature has fallen to the point where he would be nothing more than a last resort start for fantasy owners.

by Andy Rioux

CLE WR Andrew Hawkins - Week 6, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 – Andrew Hawkins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
After a consistent run prior to Cleveland’s bye, Andrew Hawkins slumped last Sunday, catching three passes for 27 yards. We often hear about teams using “running back by committee” but the Browns are also utilizing a varied cast out wide and in the slot, meaning Baby Hawk’s upside is capped. Nevertheless, he had eight receptions for 87 yards in the previous meeting with Pittsburgh back in week one and remains the safest of Cleveland’s “committee.” He is good to go as a WR3 in PPR leagues. In standard leagues, he is more of a WR4.

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