Jatavis Brown had a good, but not elite, year in fantasy. He was the #250 ranked fantasy player this season and the #35 LB. Even though he missed a few games, he played enough to make his overall fantasy rank better than what it is based on average fantasy points where he is the #47 LB. He showed improvement from his start of the season to the middle of his season, but then his production dropped off. In his middle 6 games he averaged 6.2 fantasy points which was higher than his start (4.6 FP) and his ending average (5.7 FP). He is still relatively young, so his late season drop-off should not be an indicator of an overall downward trend heading into next season. Based on a relatively low standard deviation, Brown can be considered a consistent fantasy player. He averaged 5.6 FPs, but on any given day his projected ceiling is as high as 10 fantasy points. Jatavis Brown (2019 Season Projection: 61 Solo, 30 Ast, 1.4 Sacks, 0.6 Fumrec, 3.7 PDs) is projected to take a significant step downward in the upcoming fantasy season. His rank based on total projected fantasy points has him as the #48 player at his position.
Jatavis Brown played in 15 games in 2018. He was the #35 ranked fantasy LB based on total fantasy points. He averaged 5.6 FP per game (#47 ranked based on average). He is trending up based on improved per game fantasy ranking from 2017 to 2018. He is relatively stronger (stats bolded below) than weaker in more categories.