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#15 Patrick Mahomes, QB    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Questionable - Ankle
Kansas City Chiefs
Height 6' 3"
Weight 230 lbs
Age 24
Birthdate September 17th 1995
College Texas Tech
Year 2017
Round 1   Pick 10
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
20171352262.928401
20181658038366.050975012
2019623014763.92104141
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
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Strength of Schedule
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Fantasy Analysis
Week 7 Projections
Mahomes looked more like his old self last week, tossing 3 touchdowns. Much of that is due to Tyreek Hill returning, but still, he looked better than his past two contests. Denver is a tough test however, as they had 7 sacks last week. Keep in mind that Mahomes is still a bit hobbled from his ankle injury. Nevertheless, Mahomes is always a top-tier option, despite the fact that this is a bad matchup for opposing quarterbacks.
Passing: 286 Yards, 2 TD, 0 INT.
Rushing: 17 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
The reigning league MVP, Offensive Player of the Year and king of fantasy quarterbacks is a special talent, no doubt about it. Outperforming the highest expectations during his mind-blowing second-year breakout, Mahomes led the NFL in touchdown passes, joining Peyton Manning and Tom Brady (Patriots) as the only quarterbacks to throw at least 50 in a single season. Mahomes also finished second in the league in passing yards, becoming just the seventh player in NFL history to smash the 5,000-yard barrier. A more seasoned Mahomes returns healthy to operate a high-octane Chiefs attack that led the league in yards and scoring this past season, but he's due for some regression. Mahomes isn't going to sneak up on anyone this time, and even the top-shelf talents at the position have very rarely duplicated record-setting career-year stats. His top-two targets in a solid overall receiver corps, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce (ankle surgery), will both be in uniform for Week 1. They combined for 55 percent of Mahomes' passing yards and 44 percent of his touchdown passes in 2018. Injury-prone Sammy Watkins missed six games last season due to a right foot injury (Watkins' left foot troubled him during his time with the Bills), but he still compiled moderate production while catching 72.7 percent of his targets. Demarcus Robinson will fill Chris Conley's (Jaguars) third wideout role, which is an upgrade. With Hill playing full time, however, rocket-fast rookie second-rounder Mecole Hardman probably will see only limited action as a fourth wideout at best. Damien Williams has shown good enough receiving chops to offset the loss of Kareem Hunt (Browns). By the way, the mobile Mahomes will continue to pad his fantasy scoring with opportunistic rushing production. He notched two rushing touchdowns last season, and Mahomes' carries and rushing yardage numbers cracked the top 11 at the position. Even if he comes back down to earth statistically with a 20 percent slide in passing production across the board, Mahomes is still going to finish as a top-three fantasy quarterback.

Passing: 3038 Yards, 23 TD, 4 INT.
Rushing: 160 Yards, 1 TD.

Player News
Injury Report
Week 2 - Questionable - Ankle
Week 6 - Questionable - Ankle

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