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New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris will officially miss the next three games after he lost his appeal on a three-game suspension for his July DUI arrest. Harris had his best game of the season last Thursday night in the loss to the Dallas Cowboys, catching four of his eight targets for 96 yards and his third touchdown of the season. He leads the New Orleans receiving corps with 523 receiving yards and is second on the team with 53 targets. Marquez Callaway, Tre'Quan Smith and Lil'Jordan Humphrey should be the team's top three receivers with Harris out the next three games, but it remains to be seen if quarterback Taysom Hill (finger) will make his second straight start after injuring his finger in Week 13.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris finished with four receptions for a season-high 96 yards and a score on eight targets in Thursday's loss to Dallas. Harris had his best performance of the year though 70 of his 96 yards came on his touchdown catch. The WR has been somewhat of a frustrating fantasy option this season given his up-and-down weeks. In the two weeks prior to Week 13, Harris had a combined 20 yards in two contests. It will be hard to trust the 23-year-old on a weekly basis given his inconsistency, so it's best to only consider him a flex play at best in favorable matchups going forward.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris is not a strong play in Week 13. Harris was playing well a few weeks back and was even posting at least 50 or more yards per game most of the time. Nevertheless, the WR has cooled down the last two weeks and has only managed three receptions for 20 yards on 10 targets in the last two contests. It's best to avoid him in fantasy given he's been struggling recently.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris is appealing a three-game suspension from the NFL for a DUI arrest, according to sources. Harris had one catch for nine yards and also served as punt and kick returner in the Thursday night loss to the Buffalo Bills. He was informed of his suspension before the game and decided to appeal, which will allow him to continue playing until the appeals process plays out. It means he could be available for the Week 13 game against the Dallas Cowboys on Dec. 2. Harris plead not guilty to driving under the influence following a July traffic incident. He was sentenced to one year of supervised probation. Ty Montgomery and Lil'Jordan Humphrey could benefit the most behind Tre'Quan Smith and Marquez Callaway if/when Harris misses any games.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris managed only one reception for nine yards on five targets in Thursday's loss to Buffalo. Harris was performing well for a stretch of time in between but has now posted a total of 20 yards in the last two games despite seeing 10 targets in that span too. The WR is showing a bit of inconsistency as of late and he should remain out of fantasy lineups for now going forward.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris shouldn't be in starting lineups in Week 12. Harris was performing well before Week 11, getting at least 52 yards in four of the five games prior to this past Sunday's contest against the Eagles. Nevertheless, the WR laid a dud against Philly, posting only two receptions for 11 yards in the contest. It goes to show that the 23-year-old is still an unproven fantasy option who can be inconsistent at times. The Bills allow the fewest fantasy points to wideouts, so Harris should be well off the fantasy radar for this week.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris mustered two receptions for 11 yards on five targets in Sunday's loss to Philly. Harris crashed back down to Earth after a five-game stretch in which he had at least 52 yards in four of those games. While the WR has been a little streaky, this was definitely a concerning performance given his recent numbers. Managers should be extra careful when considering Harris as he is as prone to these types of performances as he is the good ones.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris is a flex option against the Eagles in Week 11. The WR has been the most consistent on the team's receiving corps, now having at least 52 yards and four targets in four of the past five games. Compared to Tre'Quan Smith and Marquez Callaway, Harris has shown consistency and is the most trustworthy WR from this unit to start as a flex play even against an Eagles squad that is stingy to fantasy wideouts.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris finished with three receptions for 84 yards on four targets in Sunday's loss to the Titans. The WR also lost a fumble. The 23-year-old has quietly been efficient in the past few weeks despite the Saints dealing with QB troubles. He now has at least 52 yards in four of the past five games and his consistency makes the WR a viable flex play if needed.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris has some sleeper appeal against the Titans in Week 10. Harris has exceeded 50 yards in three of his last four games while accumulating a total of 24 targets in those four contests. The speedy receiver gets his best matchup of the year against the Titans' secondary. They've allowed the most fantasy points per game to receivers while also permitting the most receptions. Harris can be started as a flex option in PPR formats, as he could rack up some receptions against the Titans' defense.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris finished with six receptions for 52 yards on a team-leading eight targets in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. The WR has quietly been effective in the past few games, posting at least 52 yards and seeing at least seven targets in three of the last four games. While he is the likely WR3 behind Tre'Quan Smith and Marquez Callaway, Harris is still producing decently right now. Based on his recent production, he's worth stashing on your fantasy team and even starting in deeper leagues.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris led the team in targets in a victory over Tampa Bay. Harris was a large part of the game plan with Jameis Winston (knee) sidelined- as the coaches were forced to get more creative. The shifty return specialist will be hard to trust for fantasy purposes moving forward without Winston throwing passes- as the signal-caller is expected to miss significant time.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Harris didn't play last week, but has been a decent player when healthy, with three games with at least 50 receiving yards, including his one-catch, 72-yard touchdown showing in Week 5 before he exited the game. There's some appeal in DFS contests against a susceptible Buccaneers passing defense.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. Harris missed last week's game against the Seahawks due to a hamstring injury, but seems to be trending towards returning after getting in two limited practices. The speedy wideout has exceeded the 50-yard mark three times this season, but much of his yardage comes on deep passes downfield, making it hard to predict when he'll have a good game. It's best to leave Harris on benches or the waiver wire this week.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) returned to practice on Thursday. Harris himself is not in fantasy consideration but his return has an impact on other Saints weapons. Marquez Callaway had a couple of good games in Harris's absence, but Harris's return largely negates Callaway's fantasy appeal. In such a low-volume passing offense, it's difficult to warrant starting any Saints besides Alvin Kamara and perhaps Michael Thomas once he returns.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill (concussion) and wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) both missed practice on Wednesday. Hill and Harris both missed the Monday night win over the Seattle Seahawks, and Hill has remained in the league's concussion protocol since suffering his head injury in Week 5. It's possible that the Saints traded for running back Mark Ingram II, who can handle short-yardage and goal-line situations, with Hill's injury in mind. Harris has also been out since Week 5 and doesn't look any closer to returning in Week 8 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Marquez Callaway continued to serve as the Saints top pass-catcher last week, but he had just three receptions on seven targets for 32 yards. In this low-volume passing attack, there's not much upside for Callaway on a weekly basis.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill (concussion) and wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) have been ruled out for the Monday night game in Week 7 against the Seattle Seahawks. With Hill and Harris out, it will mean more red-zone opportunities for the likes of running back Alvin Kamara, wide receiver Marquez Callaway and tight end Juwan Johnson against Seattle. Hill has operated as the backup to Jameis Winston this year, but he's been a successful goal-line weapon for New Orleans with three rushing touchdowns on only 16 attempts through five games. Callaway will be the team's top receiving threat, while Kenny Stills should also have an expanded role in the passing attack with Harris sidelined after getting injured before the Week 6 bye.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill (concussion) and wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) both missed practice on Thursday to begin the practice week. It's not a good sign that Hill remains in the league's concussion protocol despite having the Week 6 bye to rest. The Saints continue to use Hill in certain packages behind Jameis Winston, but he's attempted just three passes. He's also carried the ball 16 times for 77 yards and three touchdowns. More than anything, Hill has become a nuisance to running back Alvin Kamara near the goal line. Harris leads the Saints with 236 receiving yards on his 12 receptions, and he also has two touchdowns. If he needs more time to recover, Marquez Callaway could be in for a huge workload on Monday night against a suspect Seattle Seahawks secondary.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris managed one reception for 72 yards and a score on one target in Sunday's win over Washington. The 23-year-old has been streaky this season as his targets have been varied. Nevertheless, Harris has seen less than three targets and has posted less than three receptions in a majority of games this season. The potential returns of Tre'Quan Smith and Michael Thomas, along with Harris' generally small target share, make him irrelevant for fantasy.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris (hamstring) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Pittsburgh, while quarterback/utilityman Taysom Hill was carted off after a hit to the helmet. Harris had one catch for a 72-yard touchdown before exiting, while Hill had an 11-yard reception. New Orleans is fairly shallow at receiver, so expect to see Kenny Stills and Marquez Callaway more if either player can't return.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris is not a strong play in Week 5. Harris has been fairly inconsistent in 2021, posting a decent five receptions for 52 yards on eight targets last week while also posting a game with just nine yards back in Week 2. The Saints' offense under Jameis Winston is not very pass-happy, meaning that even though Harris is considered a top wide receiver, the weekly volume isn't there for him to produce well consistently. As a result, there are better pass-catchers to start for your team.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris tallied five receptions on eight targets for 52 yards in a 27-21 loss to the Giants. Harris stepped up as the team's leading receiver- primarily working as an underneath target for Jameis Winston, as evidenced by his 10.4 yards per reception mark. The speedy wideout has flashed his ability on the fantasy football scene multiple times this season, catching a 55-yard score in Week 1- and then operating as a target hog of sorts Sunday afternoon. Harris could be an intriguing play against a beatable Washington secondary in Week 5.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris is a boom/bust option heading into Week 4 against the Giants. Harris connected with Jameis Winston on a 55-yard score in Week 1, but the two have yet to hit on a big play since. The speedy wideout is tied for third on the team with seven targets, as he has limited upside given the Saints' emphasis on the run. Harris is more of a cheap, DFS dart throw against the Giants defense in Week 4.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris managed three receptions for 31 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over New England. Even with a thin receiving corps on the team, Harris hasn't shined on this offense this season after a 72-yard performance in Week 1. He managed only nine yards in Week 2 and mustered 31 in Week 3. Harris has proved to be inconsistent and that means he cannot be trusted for fantasy on a weekly basis. Leave the WR on waivers as his numbers leave much to be desired.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris is not a worthy starter this week against the Patriots. Though the WR has paced the team in receiving yards through two games, it's not saying much as he has a total of three receptions for 81 yards and a score on four targets. Overall, the Saints' passing attack is low-octane and not all that reliable with Jameis Winston under center, as evidence of the first two games. As a result, it's best to avoid Harris against a Patriots team that is stiff against fantasy WRs.
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