Andre Roberts WR WAS 1 Day
Roberts caught two passes on four targets for 18 yards in Week 7.
Roberts tied a season low in yards. Expect his targets to be inconsistent as he's typically the fourth or fifth option in the passing game.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 8 Days
Roberts caught five passes on nine targets for 55 yards Sunday. He also lost a costly fumble.
Roberts had the second most targets on the team. He tied his season high for receptions and targets.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 15 Days
Roberts caught 5-of-9 targets for 29 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 27-17 loss to the Seahawks.
After logging just one reception on two targets in Week 1, Roberts has averaged 3.5 receptions and 6.3 targets over the last four games. He's still just the No. 3 wide receiver, but Washington's passing game took a step up from last week, following a hideous showing against the Giants.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 26 Days
Roberts had one reception for an 18-yard touchdown on four targets in Thursday's 45-14 loss to the Giants.
The touchdown aside, it was a discouraging night for fantasy owners of Roberts and/or the other Washington receivers, as Kirk Cousins turned in a disastrous four-pick performance. Cousins has shown that he's capable of playing much better, but a Week 5 matchup with the Seattle Seahawks probably won't bring out the best in the young quarterback. With just 10 receptions and 17 targets through four games, Roberts seemingly needs an injury to DeSean Jackson or Pierre Garcon in order to emerge as an option in most leagues.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 29 Days
Roberts caught four passes on six targets for 38 yards in Week 3.
Roberts was fourth in targets on the team. He appears to still be ahead of Ryan Grant (only one target) on the depth chart after Grant had a strong game in Week 2.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 1 Month
Roberts caught four passes on five targets for 57 yards in Week 2.
DeSean Jackson suffered a shoulder injury in the first half and missed the rest of the game. Expect Roberts to be more involved in the offense if Jackson misses time.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 1 Month
Roberts caught one pass on three targets for 22 yards in Week 1.
Roberts' looks will be inconsistent for the much of the season. He sits behind Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson on the depth chart.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 2 Months2 Comments
Roberts caught two passes for a team-leading 54 receiving yards Monday against the Browns.
Roberts hauled in both passes thrown his way, and has a chance to make an impact out of the slot this season. However, he likely benefitted from the absence of receiver Pierre Garcon in this one, so there will probably be less targets to go around when the team is at full strength.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 2 Months
Roberts started in place of DeSean Jackson (ankle) in Thursday's preseason opener against the Patriots, the Washington Post reports.
Roberts is locked in as the No. 3 wide receiver, with Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson obviously considered the starters, and no real competition coming from behind. Neither starter's injury is considered serious, but Garcon's had a bit of trouble staying healthy over the years.
Andre Roberts WR WAS 4 Months4 Comments
Redskins WR Andre Roberts is working as the returner with both the kick and punt units.
Roberts signed on with the Redskins to be their No. 2 receiver but suffered a quick demotion when Washington brought in DeSean Jackson a month later. The silver lining is the reduced offensive role opens up Roberts to help on special teams. Roberts has not been particularly successful as a returner, though, averaging a measly 6.9 yards per punt return and 22.4 yards per kick return. Washington would do well to find a better option.