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 Stats > Dexter McCluster  
 
Wide Receiver, Tennessee Titans

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Draft: 2010 Round 2 (4)
Ht: 5’8”  Wt: 170 DOB: 1988-08-25 Age: 26
WR Rank Tier ADP-12
#58 6 -

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2010 KC 11 7 39 21 209 10.0 1 34.0 3.1
2011 KC 16 4 64 46 328 7.1 1 96.4 6.0
2012 TEN 15 0 77 52 452 8.7 1 58.2 3.9
2012 (Projected) TEN       52 402 7.7 2 71.7  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
After a largely unproductive rookie season in 2010, McCluster saw his role increase in 2011 due to a season-ending injury to Jamaal Charles in Week 2. McCluster rolled up 844 total yards and a pair of touchdowns working mostly out of the backfield… decent production but hardly awe-inspiring. With Charles returning from injury and the team having signed Peyton Hillis to supplement him in the backfield, it appears that McCluster will move back to his slot receiving role in 2012, effectively torpedoing what little fantasy value he had. Basically, McCluster hasn’t shown much, if any, playmaking ability in that role and he will serve as the team’s fourth wide receiver behind Dwayne Bowe, Steve Breaston and Jonathan Baldwin. It appears that McCluster’s fantasy value hinges on an injury to a player ahead of him on the depth chart. He should be waiver wire material in all but the deepest of leagues.

Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Kendall Wright
WR2WR2 Justin Hunter
WR3WR3 Nate Washington
WR4WR4 Derek Hagan
Titans Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Sankey elevated to No. 2 on Titans depth chart     -- Tue Sep 2 11:59 am --

Rookie still behind Greene, but ahead of McCluster
Rookie running back Bishop Sankey is now the No. 2 running back, still behind Shonn Greene but now ahead of Dexter McCluster. All three will be part of the rotation and game plans and matchups will do a lot to dictate their usage. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: It's too early to say who will end up getting the bulk of carries this season, because Snakey is the more dynamic back but Greene is an experienced plodder who knows the offense. Sankey still has more upside, but Greene could end up surprising this season with decent numbers.

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