Brian Burns is a Better Fantasy Option Than Devon Kennard But Not as Good as Austin Calitro the Rest of the Season

REST OF SEASON OUTLOOK AND POSITION RANK

According to our projection, you can expect Brian Burns to be a bench player or a good option off the waiver wire. His 6 projected fantasy points puts him at #40 behind Austin Calitro and ahead of Devon Kennard. Brian Burns is expected to improve on this season-to-date's #97 fantasy position rank.

REST OF SEASON LB RANKPROJECTIONFANTASY STATS SINCE 2018
#38 Mark Barron5.7 FP, 5.7 per game52 FP, 12 gp, 4.4 per game (#66)
#39 Austin Calitro5.7 FP, 5.7 per game35 FP, 9 gp, 3.9 per game (#86)
#40 Brian Burns5.7 FP, 5.7 per game35 FP, 9 gp, 3.9 per game (#86)
#41 Devon Kennard5.7 FP, 5.7 per game52 FP, 14 gp, 3.7 per game (#96)
#42 Jamie Collins5.7 FP, 5.7 per game104 FP, 16 gp, 6.5 per game (#30)

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WEEKLY FANTASY PERFORMANCE

Week 5 was his best week where he put up 14.5 FPs and was the #1 linebacker. Brian Burns had more below average weeks than above average weeks. The table below has his weekly games played, fantasy points and weekly position rank.

FANTASY PROJECTIONS AND ACTUAL STATS

The tables below show projected stats (totals and averages) for the rest of the season and current week. Also included are actual stats from the current and last season.

BRIAN BURNSFPSOLOSACKFFINTPD
Rest of 20195.74.00.20.10.00.1
Week 17 vs NO5.74.00.180.130.010.10
2019 Season44.0196100
-- Per Game (11 GP)4.01.730.550.090.000.00