Drake London

WR · Atlanta Falcons

Height 6'4" Weight 213
DOB 2001-07-24 Age 21.5
College USC
2023 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 146 · WR # 59 (Tier 7) · ADP (12-team PPR): 9.08, 108th

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 7
57Kadarius Toney, NYG924.09.078.1
58Michael Gallup, DAL926.910.1110.2
59Drake London, ATL1421.59.08
60Romeo Doubs, GB1422.812.02
61Wan'Dale Robinson, NYG922.0
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Drake London Has First 100-Yard Receiving Performance

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London had 120 receiving yards in the team's 30-17 Week 18 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The rookie receiver had his first career 100-yard performance in Week 18, catching six of eight targets in the game. He scored 15 half-point PPR fantasy points against the Buccaneers, his best performance since Week 2. Furthermore, London finally got into a groove with Desmond Ridder. In the four games Ridder has started this season, the former USC star averaged 6.3 receptions on nine targets for 83.3 receiving yards and 10.5 fantasy points per game. While he ended the year with only four receiving touchdowns, the first-round rookie receiver has a bright future ahead of him.

    Jan 8 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Difficult To Trust In Week 18

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has had an up-and-down rookie season. The former USC star is the WR39 for the year, averaging eight half-point PPR fantasy points per game. However, he has scored fewer than 7.3 fantasy points in over half of the games this season, including last week against the Arizona Cardinals. Over the past four contests, London has averaged 10 targets per game, seeing at least eight in every matchup. Yet, the rookie has averaged only 9.8 fantasy points per game during that span. This week, he faces the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who held the first-round pick to only 35 receiving yards and 5.5 fantasy points in their Week 5 matchup earlier this year.

    Jan 6 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Earns A Team-High Eight Targets

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London had eight targets in the team's 20-19 Week 17 win over the Arizona Cardinals. The rookie's eight targets were a team-high. Unfortunately, the former USC star could only turn the eight targets into 47 receiving yards and 7.2 half-point PPR fantasy points. London has averaged 10 targets per game over the past four contests, seeing at least eight in every game. However, he has averaged only 9.8 fantasy points per game during that span. Next week, the Falcons host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a meaningless game for both clubs. Hopefully, London can end his rookie season on a positive note and find the end zone for the fifth time this year.

    Jan 1 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London A Borderline Flex Option

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has been limited this season. The rookie is the WR41 for the year, averaging eight half-point PPR fantasy points per game. He scored fewer than 6.8 fantasy points in over half of the games this year. However, the former USC star has played well lately. Over the past three games, London has averaged 6.7 receptions on 10.7 targets for 87 receiving yards and 10.7 fantasy points per contest. Furthermore, the rookie has 14 receptions on 20 targets and 19.6 fantasy points in the two games Desmond Ridder has started this season. Meanwhile, the former USC star has a solid matchup against the Arizona Cardinals this week. Fantasy players can start London as a low-end WR3 or flex option in Week 17.

    Dec 28 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Has Career-High 96 Receiving Yards

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London had 96 receiving yards in the team's 17-9 Week 16 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The 96 receiving yards were a career-high for the rookie, whose previous career-high came a few weeks ago. More importantly, the former USC star has averaged 10.7 targets and nearly 11 half-point PPR fantasy points per game over the past three contests. London had a long cold stretch during the middle of the year, scoring fewer than 6.8 fantasy points in 88.9% of the games from Week 4 through Week 12. Meanwhile, the rookie receiver has 14 receptions on 20 targets for 166 receiving yards and 19.6 fantasy points in the two games Desmond Ridder has started this season. With a solid matchup next week against the Arizona Cardinals, fantasy players can start London in Week 17.

    Dec 24 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Difficult To Trust

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has been inconsistent this season. The rookie receiver has scored fewer than 6.8 half-point PPR fantasy points per game in 57.1% of the games this year. However, he has scored 12 or more fantasy points in four contests, including two of the past five games. More importantly, London has seen a massive target share lately. The former USC star has 23 targets over the past two games. Unfortunately, he has averaged only 10.5 fantasy points per game during that span. Meanwhile, the Baltimore Ravens have shut down opposing wide receivers lately. Over the past three weeks, they have held wide receivers to 132 receiving yards and 20.2 fantasy points per game. While London has seen a massive target share lately, fantasy players should avoid starting him this week, given the matchup and quarterback situation.

    Dec 21 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Earns 11 Targets In Defeat

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London saw 11 targets in the team's 21-18 Week 15 loss to the New Orleans Saints. The rookie receiver had a 42.3% target share, earning 11 of Desmond Ridder's 26 pass attempts. More importantly, no other player on the team had more than three targets in the game. The former USC star has seen double-digit targets in back-to-back games after seeing seven or fewer targets in the 10 previous contests. London ended the game with 8.5 half-point PPR fantasy points and has scored 21 fantasy points over the past two games. While he has found the end zone since Week 11, fantasy players have to be encouraged by the rookie's target share lately. Hopefully, London can see the targets needed next week to take advantage of the Baltimore Ravens' secondary.

    Dec 18 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London A Boom-Or-Bust WR3

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has been incredibly frustrating for fantasy players. The former USC star is the WR45 for the year, averaging 7.8 half-point PPR fantasy points per game. However, he has scored under 6.8 fantasy points in 61.5% of the games this season. By comparison, London has scored 12 or more fantasy points in four games, including two of the past four contests. The last time the Falcons played, the rookie had a 50% target share and scored 12.5 fantasy points, his highest total since Week 3. In the Week 1 matchup against the New Orleans Saints, he caught five of seven targets for 74 yards and scored 9.9 fantasy points. With Desmond Ridder making his first career start this week, fantasy players should avoid starting London.

    Dec 16 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Earn 12 Targets

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London had 12 targets in the team's 19-16 Week 13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rookie receiver matched his career-high with 12 targets on Sunday. Furthermore, the former USC star had a 50% target share as he got targeted on 12 of Marcus Mariota's 24 pass attempts. More importantly, London had 12.5 half-point PPR fantasy points in Week 13 after totaling only 10.6 fantasy points over the past two weeks. Moreover, the rookie had fewer than seven fantasy points in 61.5% of the games this season. The Falcons have a bye next week, but fantasy players will again have a hard time trusting London in Week 15 against the New Orleans Saints.

    Dec 4 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Faces An Easy Matchup

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London was a massive bust last week. With Kyle Pitts (knee) having season-ending surgery, fantasy players expected the rookie wide receiver to earn more targets. Instead, the former USC star had only four targets and scored 3.9 half-point PPR fantasy points despite a fantasy-friendly matchup against the Washington Commanders. Furthermore, London was coming off back-to-back games with a touchdown before last week's matchup. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Steelers have surrendered 34.3 fantasy points per game to wide receiver this season, the most in the NFL. They have also given up the most receiving touchdowns to wide receivers this year (15). While the matchup is excellent, fantasy players should consider other options over the unreliable rookie.

    Dec 1 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Held To 29 Yards

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London had a disappointing performance in the team's 19-13 Week 12 loss to the Washington Commanders. The rookie wide receiver had only four targets in the game, finishing third on the team behind Olamide Zaccheaus (eight) and Cordarrelle Patterson (five). Furthermore, the former USC star caught only two of his targets for 29 receiving yards in the game. After scoring a touchdown in two straight games, London got kept out of the end zone in Week 12. With Kyle Pitts (knee) on injured reserve, fantasy players were hopeful the rookie would earn more targets this week. Instead, he had fewer than five targets for the fourth time this season. Maybe things will turn around next week for London against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    Nov 27 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Faces Favorable Matchup

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has found the end zone in the past two games. The rookie receiver started the year strong, averaging 8.3 targets and 14.5 half-point PPR per game over the first three weeks. However, the former USC star scored under six fantasy points in six straight games, failing to find the end zone every week. Meanwhile, the Washington Commanders have surrendered 28.6 fantasy points per game to wide receivers this season, slightly above the league average. Furthermore, they have given up 10 receiving touchdowns to the position this year, including two over the past three weeks. With Kyle Pitts (knee) out this week, London should see an uptick in targets.

    Nov 25 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Scores Another Touchdown

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London had an odd performance in the 27-24 Week 11 win over the Chicago Bears. The rookie receiver had a two-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter, scoring Atlanta's first touchdown of the game. However, the former USC star didn't have another reception in the game. London ended the game with one reception on three targets for two yards, a touchdown, and 6.7 half-point PPR fantasy points. While he found the end zone for the second week in a row, fantasy players can't be happy with the one reception and three targets. Yet, the rookie was second on the team in targets, only behind Kyle Pitts, and had a 15% target share in the game. Hopefully, London sees more targets next week against the Washington Commanders.

    Nov 20 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Hopes To Find The End Zone Again

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has had a nightmare season for fantasy players. The rookie started the season strong, averaging 14.5 half-point PPR fantasy points per game over the first three games this year. However, he struggled after that, scoring under six fantasy points in six straight games before last week. The former USC star scored 12.3 fantasy points last week after finding the end zone for the first time since Week 3. Meanwhile, the Chicago Bears have surrendered 33.6 half-point PPR fantasy points per game to wide receivers over the past three weeks. Furthermore, they gave up over 600 receiving yards and three touchdowns to wide receivers during that span. Fantasy players might struggle to trust London, but the rookie has an appealing matchup in Week 11.

    Nov 18 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Finds The End Zone

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London found the end zone in the team's 25-15 Week 10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. It was the first time the rookie has scored a touchdown since Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks. More importantly, London's 38 receiving yards were his highest total since Week 6. Thanks to his seven-yard touchdown in the third quarter, he ended the game with 12.3 half-point PPR fantasy points, his highest total since Week 3. After scoring only 8.3 fantasy points over the previous three games, fantasy players likely benched or dropped London. Maybe he can put together another solid performance next week against the Chicago Bears.

    Nov 11 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London A Desperation WR3

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London has been hard to trust the past several weeks. The former USC star averaged 14.5 half-point PPR fantasy points per game over the first three games this season. However, he has struggled since, scoring only 3.7 fantasy points per game. Furthermore, the first-round pick has scored under six fantasy points every game since Week 3. More importantly, London has scored under two fantasy points in two of the past three contests. Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers have surrendered only one touchdown to wide receivers over the past three weeks. Fantasy players should avoid starting London this week, assuming they haven't already dropped the rookie.

    Nov 9 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Drake London Struggles In Week 9

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London struggled in the 20-17 Week 9 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. The rookie receiver had only three receptions for 23 yards despite leading the team with seven targets. After starting the year strong, the former USC star has been awful in the past six games. London has averaged 5.2 targets per game over the past six weeks. Yet, he has scored under 5.6 half-point PPR fantasy points in every contest. The Falcons have a quick turnaround as they face the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night. However, London scored only 5.1 fantasy points against Carolina in Week 8.

    Nov 6 · Source via Falcons Drake London
  • Wide Receiver Stats

    SeasonTeamGFPtsFP/GSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2022ATL17146.68.681977.911.16.91177286612.0400-03

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1NOL 26-279.95472.09.37757414.8000-00
    2@LARL 27-3118.65082.019.7121288610.8100-00
    3@SEAW 27-2312.94884.210.56635418.0100-00
    4CLEW 23-202.74480.012.7772178.5000-00
    5@TBL 15-215.54466.710.6774358.8000-00
    6SFW 28-145.53967.26.94434013.3000-00
    7@CINL 17-351.44085.12.111199.0000-00
    8CARW 37-345.15988.17.5554317.8000-00
    9LACL 17-203.84675.411.5773237.7000-01
    10@CARL 15-2512.35587.39.5665387.6100-00
    11CHIW 27-246.74276.45.533122.0100-00
    12@WASL 13-193.94986.07.04422914.5000-00
    13PITL 16-1912.54787.022.2121269515.8000-00
    15@NOL 18-2110.56081.114.9111177010.0000-01
    16@BALL 9-1713.15577.512.79979613.7000-01
    17ARIW 20-197.24877.412.9885479.4000-00
    18TBW 30-1715.03957.411.888612020.0000-00

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