Dexter McCluster, RB, Titans: Fantasy Football Outlook

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Dexter McCluster, RB, Titans

Position/Rank ADP NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
RB - #56 TEN Out 5 years 27 5'8 170 @dextermccluster

There is no 2015 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2014 profile:

2014 Outlook: Gamble (high risk)


Dexter McCluster makes the move from Kansas City to join Tennessee this season. McCluster is the guy we love to watch with his speed and natural abilities, yet has never put it together to produce much of a fantasy season. In his new home he will have to compete for carries with Bishop Sankey and Shonn Greene. McCluster's role in the running game will be a work-in-progress as the offense feels out the return of Jake Locker. The best guess is that McCluster will be used as a change-of-pace and on specialty plays where the Titans look to get him the ball in open space. If he is successful with his opportunities, he might get more snaps. He is a high-risk option due.

Editor's note: If we are to assume Greene is a bust, McCluster could walk into a larger role. The reality is that Greene is still in prohibiting McCluster's path toward more touches. There is some upside given McCluster's speed, but it is limited to very deep leagues.

Last updated on Aug-20-2015 by Jeb Gorham

Latest Update

Nov-29-15 Titans RB Dexter McCluster is inactive for Week 12

Tennessee Titans running back Dexter McCluster is inactive for today's game. It should open things up a bit for Antonio Andrews and David Cobb.

Fantasy Analysis:

McCluster does have some value in PPR leagues, however, he will not be overly missed by Fantasy owners.

FFToolbox NFL News & Rumors

11/29 - Titans RB Dexter McCluster is inactive for Week 12 Injury

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2014 Mock Draft Results

Month Position Franchise/Comments
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 14
July 14, 2014
13.10 Draft Sharks - A true sleeper, which is tough to find nowadays. I expect McCluster to step into the role Danny Woodhead played in Ken Whisenhunt's offense last year. That could mean 100 carries and 50 catches.
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