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#28 Jonathan Stewart, RB   Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Foot
Carolina Panthers
Height: 5'-10"
Weight: 235
Birthdate: March 21st,1987
Age: 27
College: Oregon
Year: 2008
Round: 1   Pick: 13
Season Statistics
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
YEARGPATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTD
200816183835108470
200916221113410181391
201014178770281031
2011161427614474131
20129933361171571
201364818007440
2009 Fantasy Points by Week
Last Games
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
WeekATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTDPTS
12129800009
132192117015
1418133000013
1527137012013
16187101907
Total965311318060
Strength of Schedule
Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB position. The best rating is +16 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the worst rating is -16 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Even though Carolina promoted Stewart to the starting lineup about seven weeks into the 2012 season, he still amassed the worst numbers of his career. Nagging ankle injuries forced Stewart to miss seven games and slowed him in a few others. The Panthers’ running attack struggled part of the season because of offensive line injuries and erratic play-calling, which also contributed to Stewart’s anemic production. Carolina’s ranking as the 10th-best rushing offense is misleading, because Cam Newton topped the team in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. At 5-foot-10, 235 pounds, Stewart, who returns as the starter, is the most talented and complete back on the Panthers’ roster. The sixth-year pro is a compact, powerful runner with good speed and solid receiving skills. However, Stewart has very limited bounce-back potential, because Carolina’s backfield is super-crowded nowadays. Newton has topped the team in rushing scores two years in a row. Backup DeAngelo Williams is expected to return, and third-stringer Mike Tolbert is now in the mix as a passing-situation/goal-line specialist, too. In addition, Stewart underwent surgery on both ankles during the offseason, and he may not be ready for training camp. If healthy, Stewart is the top dog but offers only low-end RB3 value at best.

Rushing: 950 Yards, 9 TD.
Receiving: 18 Receptions, 100 Yards, 1 TD.


Player News

Injury Report
Week 1 - Probable - Heel
Week 10 - Out - Concussion
Week 11 - Out - Concussion
Week 12 - Probable - Concussion
Week 17 - Probable - Foot


2010 Draft Central
Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker
Draft Analysis
Round 4, Pick 6
Positives
over 5 ypc and 12 total TDs places Stewart in the %16 position for 2009. There's no reason t.o think his role will be any less in 2010, and it could possibly even increase. Run oriented offense with a very good line in front of him.
Negatives
Obviously still in a timeshare, so role may vary week to week
Draft Strategy
Choice came down to Stewart or Pierre Thomas, and honestly could have gone either way.Liked Stewart's updide if Williams misses any time (Contributed by: feral)

Round 4, Pick 7
Positives
On a team that is dedicated to the run and seems to be leaning on him to run more and more as he gets healthier and healthier. Can do all the things that Deangelo Williams can do, but at 2 rounds lower of a price.
Negatives
history of nagging injuries. uncertain as to how many touches he will get a game with the presence of DWill.
Draft Strategy
(Contributed by: bshazzar)

Round 3, Pick 4
Positives
He is on probably the best running team in the NFL, has been nothing but productive, even in shared role. If D-will goes down, watch out. He will be a solid rb2 either way.
Negatives
RBBC. big time. however they both get theirs without a problem. nagging injuries could flare up anytime. Only caught 18 passes last year, this is a PPR league.
Draft Strategy
perhaps i reached, but the man-love is strong with this one. I wanted Charles but he went the pick right before me. (Contributed by: malone)