• Dexter McCluster

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  • 165 lbs
  • 5' 8"
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Scouting report

by Dale Lolley

TEN RB Dexter McCluster - Week 6, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Dexter McCluster Week 6 vs. Jaguars
Dexter McCluster is gathering dust in Tennessee. He had just four touches last week that totaled eight yards, and there's no reason to think anything is going to change soon.

by Dale Lolley

TEN RB Dexter McCluster - Week 5, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Dexter McCluster Week 5 vs. Browns
Dexter McCluster has produced 19 total yards in his past two games. With rookie Bishop Sankey ready for an increased role, that leaves McCluster likely on the outside looking in.

by Dale Lolley

TEN RB Dexter McCluster - Week 3, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Dexter McCluster Week 3 vs. Bengals
Dexter McCluster had four carries for 30 yards last week against Dallas. He was dealing with a foot injury but is probable to play this week. That said, though he's second in the team in carries behind Shonn Greene, neither is considered a strong play this week in any format.

by Dale Lolley

TEN RB Dexter McCluster - Week 2, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Dexter McCluster Week 2 vs Dallas
McCluster got 10 touches last week as a change-of-pace to Shonn Greene and had 44 total yards on nine carries and one reception. He's not worth using as much more than a deep flex option in PPR leagues.

by Dale Lolley

TEN RB Dexter McCluster - Week 1, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Dexter McCluster Week 1 vs Chiefs
There are only so many touches to go around and McCluster will be fighting with Shonn Greene and Bishop Sankey for touches. He'll get a few receptions, so he has a little more value in PPR leagues, but it likely won't be enough to help you this week.

by Dale Lolley

TEN RB Dexter McCluster - 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Head coach Ken Whisenhunt knows how to use utility-type players such as Dexter McCluster. Look at Danny Woodhead's production last season in San Diego with Whisenhunt as offensive coordinator for an example. And McCluster is more explosive than Woodhead.

Fantasy Downside
These utility-type, jack-of-all-trades players can have some good games and just as many bad ones. Guessing which ones can be difficult.

Bottom Line
Battle had some decent receiving games in Kansas City last year, especially down the stretch. He could have value in PPR leagues, but it is difficult to count on production on a weekly basis. His ADP is 175, which is putting him in the final two rounds as an end-of-the-roster player.

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