Jurevicious' value only goes UP with Engram's return IMO. JJ has entrenched himself as a starting WR, at least until Darrell Jackson returns to the lineup, and it's looking like that return is going to be longer than originally expected. Hell, DJackson may not even make it back to the field this season for all we know, and Seattle's WRs have always been topnotch producers.
Look at the conference, NFC West is a goldmine for fantasy WR success... Darrell Jackson is probably a #2 WR on some other NFL teams, Koren Robinson is now a kick returner, we know these guys have mental lapses and drop some passes here and there. Yet both of these guys have been strong fantasy WR plays at some point in time. And Jurevicious will be no different.
Engram's return might hurt Seattle's fringe WRs DJ Hackett, and Jeremy Irvi, maybe Peter Warrick as well.. but Jurevicious is a starter. He was even producing in the #3 WR role back when Jackson and Engram were both healthy. And the last time I checked, most NFL teams don't run with a 1-WR set very often. Jurevicious is going to be on the field for a lot of plays, Engram or no Engram, and that's a good thing.
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