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Romeo Doubs
ADP: N/A
Bye: 10
Experience: 3
Age: 24.3
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 204
40 Time: 4.57

Romeo Doubs's Weekly Outlook

Week 1 Projections
Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
2.4 27.6 0.23 4
Weekly Writeup

Rest Of Way Outlook

Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
3.4 44.3 0.3 6.1

Romeo Doubs's 2024 Projections & Outlook

Scoring

#87 Wide Receiver

104.6 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
Not Available 38.4 441.6 3.68 0 0

3D Projections DS 3D Projections

Basic StatsRomeo Doubs's Preseason Player Analysis

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Bottom Line

Advanced metrics say that Doubs should be in for a playing-time decrease vs. other Packers WRs. We’ll see whether that’s on tap based on summer reports and clues from LaFleur. The crowded corps in Green Bay limits everyone’s upside, though. And you probably won’t miss much if you just pass on this wideout whatever the draft cost.

What We Learned Last Year

  • Doubs’ 2023 fantasy production was a lesson in TD regression.
  • He ranked 33rd among PPR WRs through Week 11, thanks to 7 TDs among just 38 receptions.
    • Doubs ranked 33rd over that span in total targets.
    • He tied for 44th among WRs in target share.
    • He checked in 39th in receptions and 50th in receiving yards.
    • Only Tyreek Hill and Courtland Sutton beat him in TDs.
  • Doubs scored just one more TD from Week 12 on. During that span, he also:
    • Tied for 53rd in targets (with Greg Dortch and Tyler Boyd, behind D.J. Chark and Alec Pierce)
    • Dropped to 79th in target share
    • Ranked 45th in receptions
    • And checked in 41st in receiving yards.
  • Doubs did lead Packers WRs in playing time for the season and the team in total targets. He trailed Jayden Reed (5.875 to 5.65) in targets per game, tied Reed in TD catches, and ranked just sixth on the team in yards per reception
  • Doubs ranked fourth among Packers in average target depth and fourth in yards per route. His 1.64 trailed …
    • Bo Melton (2.68)
    • Jayden Reed (1.95)
    • And Dontayvion Wicks (1.94).

What to Expect in 2024

  • According to Packers Wire, HC Matt LaFleur says Doubs responded “in a big way” to challenges from his coaches.
    • LaFleur: “I think Rome had an outstanding spring. It’s evident in the work he puts in on a daily basis. He’s in there in the morning, catching off the JUGS. He’s one of the last guys to leave the building. He’s very deliberate about the work he puts in. And it shows. We challenged him on a couple things that we thought he could do a better job with, really stressing the importance of opening up his stride, he’s embraced that. You’ve seen that. He’s had a lot of great moments.”
  • Doubs ranked second among Packers WRs in playing time as a 2022 rookie and then led the group in his second season. Although he trailed teammates in efficiency metrics last year, it seems pretty clear that Doubs stands in good position for playing time.
  • He’ll face challenges from Reed, a potentially healthier Christian Watson, Wicks, and perhaps even Melton. We’ll see in training camp and preseason who might have a shot at actually passing Doubs in playing time and/or targets.
  • Bet on full-season TD regression, like we saw in the second half of last year.
    • Doubs scored on 13.6% of his receptions in 2023; 7.1% the year before.
    • Doubs did, however, tie for 10th in the league in end zone targets, according to PFF – while ranking just 37th among WRs in total targets.
    • That proved significantly different from his rookie year, when Doubs tied for 62nd in total targets but just 88th in end-zone looks.
  • Perhaps he became a prized end-zone target in Year 2. But Watson beat him 15-14 on significantly less playing time.
  • Doubs also ranked just sixth among Packers WRs in targets per route:
    • Melton (targeted on 28.6% of routes)
    • Reed (22.9%)
    • Samori Toure (21.7%)
    • Malik Heath (20.5%)
    • Wicks (19.6%)
    • Doubs (18.9%)
  • There’s room for the offense to pass a bit more. Last year produced the lowest rank in neutral pass rate for the Packers since LaFleur arrived. By season, they’ve ranked:
    • 2019: 5th
    • 2020: 10th
    • 2021: 11th
    • 2022: 18th
    • 2023: 20th
  • The past two years have featured WR Davante Adams leaving (2022) and then Aaron Rodgers leaving. So it made sense for LaFleur to lean away from the pass a bit.
  • Does he lean back in the other direction after a good starting debut from QB Jordan Love and now that his very young pass-catching corps has a year of experience? If so, how much?
    • We’ll see about that. Paying up for RB Josh Jacobs in free agency and then drafting RB MarShawn Lloyd complicates that equation a bit.

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Christian Watson, WR GB

8:37pm EST 1/12/24

Christian Watson questionable, Romeo Doubs will play vs. Cowboys

Packers WR Christian Watson (hamstring) was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable for Sunday's Wild Card game vs. the Cowboys. We're tentatively expecting Watson to suit up but play limited snaps. We'll look for further updates on his status. WR Romeo Doubs (chest) is off the final injury report and should be ready for his normal role on Sunday.

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Packers WR Romeo Doubs (chest) was limited in Wednesday's practice. He was knocked out of the Week 18 win over the Bears, but getting in a limited practice early in the week should put him on track to play vs. the Packers on Sunday.

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Packers WR Romeo Doubs is questionable to return to Sunday's game vs. the Bears with a chest injury. Stay tuned for an update.

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Packers WRs Jayden Reed (chest) and Dontayvion Wicks (chest) are active for today’s game vs. the Bears. WR Christian Watson (hamstring) is inactive. Reed, Wicks, and Romeo Doubs should operate as Green Bay’s top three WRs vs. a Chicago defense missing top CB Jaylon Johnson.

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Packers WR Jayden Reed (toe, chest) put in three limited practices this week and is not listed on the final injury report for Sunday night’s game vs. the Vikings. WR Christian Watson (hamstring) is doubtful, while Dontayvion Wicks (chest, ankle) is questionable but didn’t practice all week. It’ll likely be Reed and Romeo Doubs as Green Bay’s clear top two WRs in Minnesota.

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Romeo Doubs, WR GB
Dynasty MVP 58.9
Position Rank #151 WR
3yr Projection
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568
Dynasty Write-up
A breakout year from Jordan Love and an injury-pleagued season from Christian Watson helped Doubs take a step forward in 2023. Playing 17 games, Doubs led the Packers in targets (96) while tying for the team lead in TDs (8). Green Bay's suddenly-stacked WR corps simply leaves Doubs with a wide range of outcomes.
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