• N'Keal Harry

  • WR
  • , New England Patriots
  • 24
  • 228 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Scouting report

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. San Francisco 49ers
N'Keal Harry has 12 targets over his last three games and has failed to eclipse 40 yards receiving in all but one game this season. Harry has been in the league for a season-and-a-half and has yet to show the ability to consistently separate from NFL coverage. Harry's deficiencies combine with New England's run-heavy offensive scheme to take him off the fantasy radar unless the Patriots make dramatic changes on offense.

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Denver Broncos
N'Keal Harry salvaged his fantasy day with a touchdown from Jarrett Stidham in Week 4, finishing with a 3/21/1 stat line. Cam Newton is expected back in Week 5, meaning Harry and the other pass catchers on the Patriots will carry less risk in a good matchup with Denver. None of the cornerbacks on the Broncos can match up with Harry's size, but he struggles to separate from coverage so he will have to rely on contested catches and jump balls to rack up yards and touchdowns. Harry's limited skillset reduces his fantasy appeal when combined with the risk of low usage every week. Harry is a borderline flex play in Week 6 due to his matchup.

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 vs. Denver Broncos
N'Keal Harry salvaged his fantasy day with a touchdown from Jarrett Stidham in Week 4, finishing with a 3/21/1 stat line. Stidham is expected to start in Week 5, meaning Harry and the other pass catchers on the Patriots will be risky starts for fantasy purposes despite a good matchup with Denver. None of the cornerbacks on the Broncos can match up with Harry's size, but he struggles to separate from coverage so he will have to rely on contested catches and jump balls to rack up yards and touchdowns. Harry's limited skillset reduces his fantasy appeal when combined with the risk of low usage every week. Harry is not a recommended starter in Week 5 with Stidham under center.

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at Kansas City Chiefs
N'Keal Harry's 22 targets through Week 3 is just two behind Julian Edelman for the team lead, showing that the Patriots are making an effort to get him more involved in the offense in his sophomore season. Harry has shown some improvement, as he has racked up 250 yards in three games with two touchdowns on 9.7 yards per reception. Harry will still struggle with the same consistency issues Edelman faces due to New England's preferred offensive style being ultra run-heavy. The Patriots might have to abandon their preferred game script this week facing off with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, making Harry a flex option due to increased volume.

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 vs. Las Vegas Raiders
N'Keal Harry turned in one of the better performances of his young career against the Seahawks in Week 2 by finishing with 72 yards on eight receptions. Harry benefited from game script with Cam Newton throwing the ball 44 times in a high-scoring game, and it is unlikely he will see the same volume in Week 3 against the Raiders. Harry is a close second behind Julian Edelman in the pecking order of Patriot receivers, but New England's preferred run-heavy offensive scheme makes it difficult for the offense to sustain fantasy value for both pass catchers most weeks. Even against a shaky Raider secondary, Harry is a tough guy to trust as a fantasy starter.

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 at Seattle Seahawks
N'Keal Harry finished second among Patriots wide receivers in targets with six in Week 1. He caught five of those targets, but only turned those catches into 39 scoreless yards. Harry has yet to show the ability to consistently separate from coverage in the NFL. This deficiency in his game, along with the general run-heavy nature of the Cam Newton-led Patriots offense, gives Harry an extremely low floor in fantasy. This week's matchup against the Seahawks presents some opportunity for Harry as Newton will almost certainly have to throw more than 19 times against a Seattle secondary that got torched by the Falcons in Week 1. Even so, Harry is only a desperation fantasy option in deep leagues.

by Spencer Babbitt

NE WR N'Keal Harry - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 vs. Miami Dolphins
N'Keal Harry enters Week 1 looking to mount a massive sophomore leap as a first round draft pick who thoroughly disappointed in his rookie season. The Dolphins have an improved secondary this year so they should be a tougher matchup for receivers in 2020. This, combined with uncertainty about Harry's chemistry with new quarterback Cam Newton, make him a high-risk play in Week 1 and a player better left on your bench until we get more information on his progress and role in the offense.

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