• Rhamondre Stevenson

  • RB
  • , New England Patriots
  • 24
  • 227 lbs
  • 6' 0"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Stevenson is one of the most talented real-world RB2s in the league. He was fourth in yards after contact per attempt (2.7) and was second in broken tackles per attempt (0.55). He can also catch the ball, which may earn him snaps in 2022 since James White (12 catches) is still sidelined with hip injury and Brandon Bolden (41 catches) is no longer with the team. Stevenson should have an every-week role and top 10 upside if anything were to happen to Harris. If White isn’t able to get healthy, Stevenson could have a much bigger weekly role.

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Scouting report

by Bill Riccette

NE RB Rhamondre Stevenson - 2022 Fantasy Football Outlook

2022 Fantasy Upside
Once Rhamondre Stevenson started getting involved in the offense during the second half of the season, he showed plenty of talent and upside and the Patriots started showing more trust in the rookie. His second half was highlighted by his 100-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Browns in Week 10. There’s also less of a crowd in New England’s backfield, as James White is recovering from a hip injury (likely replaced by Pierre Strong Jr.) and Brandon Bolden is now in Las Vegas. Arrow is pointing up for Stevenson.

2022 Fantasy Downside
The Patriots don’t involve their running backs not named James White too much into the passing game. Stevenson saw just 18 targets last season and caught 14 of those targets. And Damien Harris is still hanging around to take some of the early-down work.

2022 Bottom Line
This is a true committee in New England, but perhaps we could slowly start seeing a changing of the guard to Stevenson. When you’re tough to bring down as a running back like Stevenson is (4th in yards after contact per attempt and 2nd in broken tackles per attempt, per John Paulsen), you’re going to get opportunities and you’re going to get yards, which will equal fantasy points. Stevenson is a flex with RB2, maybe even low-RB1 upside, especially if Harris misses time.

2022 Strength of Schedule - NE

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17W18
11
@MIA
24
@PIT
6
BAL
8
@GB
31
DET
16
@CLE
20
CHI
32
@NYJ
10
IND
BYE32
NYJ
23
@MIN
21
BUF
4
@ARI
26
@LV
18
CIN
11
MIA
21
@BUF

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

Game Stats

WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRSTDPPRSnaps%
1MIA12012.0019019.00-0.90.15/756.7%
2@NYJ--------------
3NO--------------
4TB--------------
5@HOU1123002.0900000.002.32.322/6434.4%
6DAL523104.603390313.0012.215.218/5433.3%
7NYJ--------------
8@LAC826003.2515025.003.14.112/7715.6%
9@CAR1062006.202440222.0010.612.617/6227.4%
10CLE20100205.00414053.5023.427.437/6755.2%
11@ATL1269005.7516016.007.58.522/6434.4%
12TEN946005.1100010.004.64.620/6033.3%
13@BUF2478003.2500000.007.87.832/5162.7%
14BYE--------------
15@IND1036003.6014014.004.05.031/6845.6%
16BUF--------------
17JAX19107205.6300000.0022.722.740/7255.6%
18@MIA434008.5012022.003.64.69/6214.5%
Per game11.0850.500.420.084.561.1710.2501.508.798.419.5822.08/64.6734.89%
Totals133606514.56141230188.79100.9114.9265/77634.89%