Drake London
  • Drake London

  • WR
  • , Atlanta Falcons
  • 23
  • 213 lbs
  • 6' 4"
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Scouting report

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 at Chicago Bears

It wasn't a totally disappointing fantasy season for Drake London but owners were still left wanting more. London has just two scores this season and reached 50 yards just seven times in 14 games. He hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 4. That all makes him pretty tough to rely on for the championship round, especially when he has just five catches for 63 yards combined in the last two weeks. It's not a bad matchup against the Bears, but he's a flex play at best with how limited the offense is with Taylor Heinicke.

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 vs. Indianapolis Colts

As has been the case all season, Drake London goes as the Atlanta offense goes and the offense did hardly anything against the Panthers in Week 15. As a result, London went from 172 yards in Week 14 to 24 yards in Week 15. London had 91 yards on eight catches in two games in which quarterback Taylor Heinicke was at least a part of -- three catches for 36 yards in Heinicke's Week 10 start in which Heinicke left the game early. London is a gamble but at least a considerable option at flex this week against the Colts at home.

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 at Carolina Panthers

You know it's a tough fantasy outlook for a passing offense when only one wide receiver cracks the top 100 receivers, let alone the top 50. That's the case for us this week with the Falcons. Only Drake London is in the top 100, partly because the Panthers have been very good on defense -- hard to believe from a 1-12 team. London is also pretty much the focal point of the Falcons' passing offense and he showed that in a big way last week against Tampa with 10 catches for 172 yards. That volume at least makes him a flex option in Week 15.

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With Desmond Ridder limiting the offense, Drake London's fantasy potential gets capped. It also didn't help that he was facing Sauce Gardner and D.J. Reed last week. The Buccaneers certainly don't have the talent level of the Jets but there is still some talent on that defense. London did have 54 yards on six catches in the first meeting with Tampa, but this is still a run-first team so expectations should always be tempered.

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 at New York Jets

Drake London accounted for more than half of Desmond Ridder's 168 yards in the Week 12 win. His 5-91 line was his best since a 9-125 line in Week 6 against Washington. He's a favorite target for Desmond Ridder. Of course, London should be seeing a healthy dose of either Sauce Gardner or D.J. Reed this week, always a tough matchup for wide receivers. He's worth consideration as a flex, but we'll understand if you want to bench him this week.

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. New Orleans Saints

Drake London had a quiet day in Week 10 with just three catches for 36 yards. He's back from the bye week and has Desmond Ridder back as his quarterback. To be fair, Ridder was always trying to look for London. Other than Weeks 1 and 10, London has seen at least six targets in each game and has five games with at least five catches. London will remain a steady flex option going up against the Saints.

by Bill Riccette

ATL WR Drake London - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Tennessee Titans

Desmond Ridder is continuing to grow his connection with Drake London and Week 8 brings a good opportunity for their connection to grow even further. Tennessee already had a suspect pass defense and now they have traded away Kevin Byard. There is plenty of sleeper potential here for London against a Titans team that may already soon be throwing in the towel and looking to the future.

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