Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson will match up with the 21st-ranked pass defense of the Seattle Seahawks (235 yards conceded per game) in Week 8, at 4:05 PM ET on Sunday.
With his upcoming matchup against the Seahawks this week, should Watson be someone you lock into your fantasy football lineup? We analyze the stats and trends below.
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Deshaun Watson Week 8 Game Info
Let’s highlight a few of the upcoming game’s key info, including the projected fantasy points for Watson:
Matchup: Cleveland Browns at Seattle Seahawks
Time: 4:05 PM
Date: October 29, 2023
Projected Fantasy Points: 12.659
Deshaun Watson Fantasy Stats
Here’s a peek at the fantasy figures of Watson this season:
Watson is 32nd at his position, and 92nd overall in the league, with 51.7 fantasy points (12.9 per game).
Watson has connected on 50 of 78 passes for 529 yards, throwing for three touchdowns with two interceptions, and has run for 38 yards on 10 carries in his past three games. He has picked up 31.0 fantasy points (10.3 per game) in that time.
In his best game of the season, Deshaun Watson finished with 21.2 fantasy points — 27-of-33 (81.8%), 289 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs. That was in Week 3 versus the Tennessee Titans.
In his worst game of the season — last week versus the Indianapolis Colts — Watson finished with -1.8 fantasy points. His stat line: 1-of-5 (20%), 5 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT.
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Deshaun Watson 2022 Fantasy Game Log
Deshaun Watson vs. Seahawks
Here are several relevant data points on the Seahawks defense Watson will be matching up against:
Seattle has allowed more than 300 passing yards to three players this season.
Three players have thrown for at least one touchdown in a game against the Seahawks this season.
Three players have thrown for at least two touchdowns in a game against Seattle this season.
The Seahawks have allowed three or more passing touchdowns to one opposing quarterback this season.