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#88 Greg Olsen, TE    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Questionable - Back
Carolina Panthers
Height 6' 5"
Weight 255 lbs
Age 31
Birthdate March 11th 1985
College Miami (Fla.)
Year 2007
Round 1   Pick 31
Season Statistics
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
YEARGPRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTD
200712393912000
200815545745000
200916606128000
201016414045000
201116455405000
201216698435000
201316738166000
2014168410086000
2015167711047000
201612618203000
2016 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
WeekRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTDPTS
177300000
2512210000
366400000
467610000
5918100000
669400000
811100000
955210000
1053900000
1143300000
1244500000
1333000000
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the TE position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 14 Projections
The slumping Olsen has failed to eclipse the 45-yard mark or score in four straight outings that were all considered largely plus matchups. He draws yet another favorable matchup against a San Diego Chargers defense ranks 19th in fantasy points allowed to the tight end position. Will Olsen finally snap out of his production slump? Nobody knows for sure, and that's the problem for fantasy owners. While Olsen is always a threat to go off, don't be afraid to sit him and use a safer option - if you have one - in your playoff lineup.
Receiving: 5 Receptions, 48 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
Olsen has been a monster since leaving Chicago and joining the Panthers. His three-year average with Carolina puts him just shy of 1,000 yards and 7 touchdowns a year. He is a no-brainer selection, especially if you're able to get him outside the top three ranked tight ends. He has no injury concerns, an elite quarterback and the Panthers' No. 1 wide receiver, Kelvin Benjamin, is returning from injury. But make no mistake about it, despite the return of Benjamin, Olsen is quarterback Cam Newton's go-to guy. Benjamin fattened his stats in 2014 with plenty of garbage-time production, so don't view him as a threat to steal any of Olsen's targets. Instead, view Benjamin, and emerging second-year wide receiver Devin Funchessas, as threats that defenses will have to game plan for leaving Olsen in more favorable coverage.

Receiving: 21 Receptions, 286 Yards, 2 TD.

Player News
Injury Report
Week 1 - Questionable - Back

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