News:Ryan Grant caught six passes for 50 yards with a touchdown against Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday.
Analysis:Ryan Grant continues to be the lone fantasy relevant player on a horrid Tulane offense. Through four games he has 23 catches for 224 yards with two touchdowns.
Tulane's Grant Catches Six Passes Against Ole Miss
News:Ryan Grant caught six passes for 55 yards against Ole Miss on Saturday.
Analysis: Despite this quiet performance, Ryan Grant is still averaging 91.3 yards receiving per game, as the lone fantasy relevant player on the Tulane roster.
Tulane's Grant Goes Over 100 Yards with a TD Again
News:Ryan Grant caught five passes for 109 yards with a touchdown at Tulsa on Saturday.
Analysis: Through two miserable games for the Tulane offense, Ryan Grant has been a fantasy superstar as he continues to get open and explode in the open field. In this game he had a 66-yard catch in garbage time that went to the house for a touchdown. This is now back-to-back games that Grant has had over 100 yards receiving with a touchdown. Continue to start him next week at Ole Miss.
Tulane's Grant Goes Over 100 Yards in Season Opener
News:Ryan Grant caught six passes for 110 yards in the season opener against Rutgers.
Analysis: After missing almost all of the 2011 season due to hernia surgery, this was a welcomed performance from Ryan Grant. Expect to see him among Tulane's receiving leaders on a weekly basis, now that he is officially back. Next week at Tulsa, he's the only Tulane WR to own.
News: With Ryan Grant out for the year, expect Carlos Wilson, Brandon LeBeau and Jacob Davis to get more reps in the passing game.
Analysis: None are fantasy options, but if Tulane continues to fall behind in shootout C-USA games, they may very well develop value.
News: Tulane wide receiver Ryan Grant has missed the last three games due to an injured groin and is questionable to face Syracuse.
Analysis: Grant is sorely missed by the Tulane passing attack and once he returns to the lineup, quarterback Ryan Griffin will surely improve. Do not activate until 100% healthy however.
News:Wilson Van Hooser and Carlos Wilson did nothing for Tulane on Saturday combining for two catches for 24 yards in their loss to Army.
Analysis: The Tulane passing game is a mess. Until Ryan Grant returns, stay away.
News: Tulane has listed wide receivers Ryan Grant (groin) and Brandon LeBeau (concussion) as day-to-day.
Analysis: The Green Wave have moved running backs Jamar Thomas and Albert Williams to receiver in some sets. None of these players outside of Grant has much fantasy value.
News: Tulane wide receiver Ryan Grant, who missed the last two games with a groin injury, is questionable for the team's game versus Duke this weekend.
Analysis: Quarterback Ryan Griffin has been solid against lesser competition, so it is a shame Grant is not healthy. Keep an eye on him if health reports improve later in the week.
News: Tulane wide receiver Wilson Van Hooser said that the team has lacked rhythm during some practices and there needs to be increased tempo.
Analysis: Well that explains the blow out to Tulsa this past weekend. Outside of Orleans Darkwa, no Green Wave players are fantasy worthy. That list includes Van Hooser, Ryan Griffin, Ryan Grant and Albert Williams.
News: Just as their quarterback Ryan Griffin struggled against Tulsa, the Green Wave receiving core could not muster any relevant statistics.
Analysis:Joe Kemp, Wilson Van Hooser and Carlos Wilson all struggled to get separation and are waiver wire fodder in all formats. Tulane's best receiver, Ryan Grant, missed today's game.
News: If wide receiver Ryan Grant cannot play against Tulsa, expect Tulane to start Carlos Wilson.
Analysis: While Wilson is not a fantasy threat yet, he had a solid camp and in the wide open C-USA, any receiver holds value. Grant remains questionable with a groin injury.
News: Tulane wide receiver Ryan Grant, who caught a touchdown in the Green Wave opener, is considered probable to face Tulsa after suffering a groin injury.
Analysis: While Grant is likely to play, he cannot be counted on, even as the team's number one target, as Tulane spreads the ball too much and relies on its ground game. Keep Grant on waivers.
News: Tulane wide receiver Ryan Grant did score Saturday but was virtually MIA for the rest of the contest as that was his only catch of the day.
Analysis: Grant cannot be trusted in any format despite scoring in the Green Wave opener. Keep him on waivers.
News: With star running back Orleans Darkwa looking less and less likely to start in the Tulane opener, expect quarterback Ryan Griffin to take to the air a little bit more, primarily targeting Ryan GrantAnalysis: The Green Wave should be able to establish the run in spite of Darkwa with Albert Williams in control against SE Louisiana, so expect Grant to have some mismatches on the outside. If you are desperate times at receiver, this is a sneaky play in the opener.
News: Tulane junior wide receiver Ryan Grant has plenty of room to grow and prosper in the Tulane offense given his big play ability and lack of go-to talent around him.
Analysis: Tulane lost six receivers to either transfer or graduation and Grant, who finished last season with 33 catches for over 500 yards and four scores, can easily become the teams top wideout. Keep an eye out as Tulane has an easy opener against SE Louisiana.
News: Grant caught six passes for 128 yards and a touchdown against Tulsa on Saturday.
Analysis: It was a career day for Grant, who had 12 catches for 65 yards in all his time at Tulane before this contest.