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| Marqise Lee finally proved himself to be fantasy worthy in 2016 when the Jags were forced to give him an opportunity due to Allen Hurns' hamstring woes. Over 100 targets and 13.5 yards per catch later and he will still enter camp having to win a starting gig. Lee has enough upside to be a weekly flex option in twelve team leagues but his floor extends to being a waiver wire hermit. Lee's role in the return game should diminish with rookies Dede Westbrook and Jalen Myrick possessing the speed and quickness to get the hob done. That will free up Lee to spend more time working with Bortles in the passing game. The former Trojan has done what is expected of him in OTAs and his value is on the rise. For those owners in deeper leagues with a strong group of receivers, Lee is a late-round option that could easily turn a profit in 2017 if the Jags' offense takes a step forward.
|Jaguars have decisions to make at WR|
Allen Robinson, Marqise Lee set to be free agents
By: Mike Krueger | Wed Jan 24, 8:00 am
|The Jaguars are free to sign any of the players to extensions. Here is a player by player look at the Jaguars’ group of unrestricted free agents:
Prediction: Allen Robinson plays under the franchise tag or signs a multi-year deal with the Jaguars that includes easy-to-attain incentives if he is healthy in 2018.
Prediction: Marqise Lee signs with another team. (Florida Times Union)|
FFToday's Take: Robinson tore is ACL back in Week 1 so assuming he has no setbacks he should be able to be on the field for Week 1 of 2018. Jags beat writer Ryan O’Halloran suggests the team may franchise tag Robinson and let Lee walk in free agency. Expect one or the other to be back in Jacksonville next season.
| Marqise Lee expected to play|
Snaps will likely be limited
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Jan 7, 10:00 am
|#Jaguars WR Marqise Lee, who was able to practice on Friday on his injured ankle, is expected to play today vs. #Bills barring a setback, source said. He'll be used situationally. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: With Lee likely to play, the Jags will have considerable depth at the position this week with Dede Westbrook, Allen Hurns, Keelan Cole and Lee all active. Westbrook and Cole are the preferred fantasy options but it's difficult to trust and Jacksonville pass catcher.
| Marqise Lee, Yeldon listed as Questionable|
Lee limited in Friday's practice
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Jan 5, 2:30 pm
|Jaguars receiver Marqise Lee did limited practice work Friday for the first time since sustaining an ankle sprain against Houston on Dec. 17 and is listed as questionable to face Buffalo in Sunday’s AFC opening-round playoff game.
"I thought he looked good; better than I envisioned," coach Doug Marrone said after the team’s indoor practice. (Jacksonville.com)|
FFToday's Take: Lee will likely test the ankle on Saturday. If he passes the test, expect him to be active on Sunday against the Bills. Hid presence would limit the fantasy value of Dede Westbrook and Keelan Cole. Running back T.J. Yeldon missed practice on Thursday and Friday with an illness.
| Marqise Lee expected back by playoffs|
By: Mike Krueger | Mon Dec 18, 11:30 am
|Good news for #Jaguars WR Marqise Lee’s MRI on his ankle. He’ll be back by the playoffs or sooner, source said. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Lee posted a goose egg in Week 15 after suffering a sprained ankle on the Jaguars second possession. Reading between the lines, it's unlikely Lee will play in Week 16 and could be held out through the end of the regular season now that Jacksonville has clinched a playoff spot. Keelan Cole (7-186-1) and Jaydon Mickens (4-61-2) were the receiving stars against the Texans.