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84 Kenny Stills WR
Height/Weight: 6-0/194 | Birthdate: 4/22/1992 | Birthplace: Eden Prairie, MN, USA | Team: New Orleans | College: Oklahoma | NFL Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 46/6 | Average Draft Position: 164.52
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Future looks bright for Kenny Stills


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/21/2014) Saints receiver Kenny Stills, a fifth-round pick in the 2013 draft, proved to be the team's best deep threat while averaging 20 yards per catch. "The future seems bright," according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Stills' production was inconsistent, the paper notes, but he still caught 32 passes for 641 yards and five touchdowns. His role should increase in 2014 with the Saints possibly parting ways with veteran Lance Moore.


Saints get contributions from role players in Wild Card win


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/5/2014) The Saints received contributions from several role players during Saturday's Wild Card victory over the Eagles in Philadelphia.

Robert Meachem caught his only target -- a 40-yard pass from Drew Brees in the fourth quarter. Kenny Stills was targeted four times and finished with three grabs for 35 yards while Benjamin Watson and Josh Hill only had one catch. Watson finished with 27 yards and Hill ended the game with nine yards. In the running game, Khiry Robinson finished as the team's second-leading rusher, with eight carries for 45 yards (5.6 yards per carry).

Two Saints wideouts score Sunday on only snags


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) Saints wideouts Kenny Stills and Robert Meachem had two things in common on Sunday. They both caught just one pass and they both visited the end zone.

Meachen beat Tampa Bay cornerback Darrelle Revis midway through the second quarter for a 41-yard score, then Still grabbed a 76-yarder off badly broken coverage five minutes later to stretch the lead to 28-14. But both were blanked thereafter.


Saints backup pass catchers fail to make an impact Week 16


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/22/2013) Saints WR Lance Moore, TE Benjamin Watson, WR Kenny Stills and WR Robert Meachem didn't do much Week 16 against the Panthers.

Moore played the biggest role, catching three passes for 47 yards. Watson caught both his targets for 26 yards. Stills caught two passes for 23 yards. Meachem also caught two passes for 14 yards. They'll take on the Buccaneers Week 17.


Several Saints make small dent in stat sheet on Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/15/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills led a handful of minor contributors in a Sunday loss at St. Louis with four catches for 47 yards and a 3-yard run. Running back Mark Ingram added two receptions for 39 yards and one carry for 5 yards.

Tight end Ben Watson chipped in with two catches - matching far more prolific tight end Jimmy Graham in that department - for 12 yards.


Saints get offensive contributions


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/9/2013) The Saints got a slew of offensive contributions in their Week 14 win over Carolina. Among them, receiver Kenny Stills caught two passes for 22 yards and tight end Benjamin Watson had a 20-yard reception.

Wideout Robert Meachem caught one of three targets for 7 yards, adding a 4-yard run. Fullback Jed Collins caught a 4-yard pass and carried once for zero yards. Running back Mark Ingram ran three times for 4 yards, and running back Khiry Robinson had a 6-yard carry.


Saints get minor contributions


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/3/2013) The Saints got some minor offensive contributions in their Week 13 loss at Seattle. Receiver Lance Moore caught two passes for 12 yards, wideout Robert Meachem had a 7-yard grab and receiver Kenny Stills made a 3-yard catch.

Fullback Jed Collins had a 12-yard carry and caught a 3-yard pass.

They'll play the Panthers in Week 14.


Saints receiver trio largely silent in win


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/22/2013) The Saints didn't get much production from their backup wide receivers in Week 12, as Drew Brees didn't pass for his typically gaudy totals in a 17-13 win over the Falcons Thursday.

The Saints finished with 278 yards passing, a relatively low number for them. As a result, Lance Moore, Kenny Stills and Robert Meachem were all held to less than 25 yards in the win.

Moore finished with two receptions for 22 yards on two targets, and Stills also had two catches for 22 yards, though he was targeted three times. Meachem brought up the rear with just one catch for 18 yards on three targets.

The Saints face the Seahawks in Week 13, in a Monday night matchup. 


Kenny Stills an erratic Fantasy option


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/21/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills made an excellent first impression on Fantasy players this season, catching two passes (on eight targets) for 86 yards in Week 1 against the Falcons. With the two teams facing off again Thursday night, Stills has shown plenty of potential, but not much in the way of consistency.

Stills has scored four touchdowns this season, and has four games with 60 or more receiving yards. But between the big performances are relative letdowns – like one catch for 11 yards in Week 11 and three catches for 35 yards in Week 9. While the Falcons have given up the fourth-most points to opposing wide receivers this season, most of that damage has been done by a team's No. 1 receiver; with so many targets in New Orleans, Stills is more like a No. 4 or 5.

The threat of the big play always looms with Stills, but with a healthy Jimmy Graham and re-emerging Marques Colston, the risk is too great to start Stills in most standard lineups.

Five catch one for Saints in defeat of San Francisco


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/17/2013) Saints running back Mark Ingram ran for 25 yards on six carries and added a 4-yard catch to lead a group of minor contributors Sunday in a win over the 49ers.

Others that caught one pass were wideouts Kenny Stills (11 yards) and Nick Toon (8 yards), fullback Jed Collins (3 yards) and tight end Josh Hill, whose 3-yard snag provided the first score of the game. Collins added 3 yards rushing on two carries. 


Kenny Stills goes deep again


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/11/2013) Saints receiver Kenny Stills caught another bomb for a touchdown in the win over Dallas. This one went 52 yards, giving him four scoring grabs of at least 34 yards in his impressive rookie season.

All the touchdowns have come in the past four games. Stills, who caught three of his four targets for 75 yards, plays the 49ers in Week 11.


Bounce-back game in store for Kenny Stills?


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/7/2013) All good things must come to an end. Saints rookie receiver Kenny Stills went through that experience Week 9 at N.Y. Jets, as he put up disappointing numbers following a torrid two-game stretch.

Stills now looks to get back on track Week 10 vs. Dallas. The last time Stills played at home, he totaled a career-high 129 yards and two touchdowns on three catches during a 35-17 win Week 8 vs. Buffalo.

Stills will be facing a Dallas defense yielding 192.7 receiving yards and 23.7 Fantasy points per week to wide receivers. Wide receivers have also totaled eight touchdowns against Dallas, but only one in the last four games.

It's becoming quite evident Stills' role on offense is as a deep threat. If he doesn't get a big reception, then he has plenty of room to disappoint. He's a boom-or-bust player in Fantasy.

It's best to view Stills as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver or flex option Week 10. It could work in his favor if the Cowboys-Saints game turns into a shootout.


Kenny Stills fails to get close to Week 8 numbers in Week 9 loss


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/3/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills had a letdown performance Week 9 at N.Y. Jets after he was coming off a career-best 129-yard, two-touchdown performance Week 8. Stills finished with just three catches for 35 yards and no touchdowns in a 26-20 loss Sunday.

Stills opened the game with a 4-yard catch on the team's first drive. However, his next target didn't come until there was 4:46 left in the third quarter. 

Stills then opened up the Saints' second-to-last drive with catches of 19 and 12 yards, but they would be his final receptions of the game. He was targeted once on the final drive. 

The Saints are back in action Week 10 vs. Dallas.


Kenny Stills takes full amount of reps in practice


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/31/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills was upgraded to full practice Thursday after being limited Wednesday with a knee injury. The Saints play the Jets in Week 9.

Kenny Stills added to injury report


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/30/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills was added to the injury report Wednesday with a knee injury. Stills was limited in practice as the team prepares for Week 9 at N.Y. Jets.

Stills has been solid the last two games, totaling six catches for 193 yards and two touchdowns.


Will Kenny Stills prove he's worth the investment Week 9?


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/29/2013) Saints rookie receiver Kenny Stills is going to see his Fantasy value (owned 15 percent of leagues) spike heading into Week 9 after totaling three touchdowns in his last two games. The question now beckons -- Will Stills be able to keep the momentum going Sunday against the Jets?

Stills is certainly going to be a popular start Week 9 after Bengals receiver Marvin Jones totaled four touchdowns against New York last week. In eight games against the Jets, wide receivers are averaging 25.8 Fantasy points per week, which is tied for the seventh-highest average. Wide receivers average 180.5 receiving yards and have totaled 10 touchdowns.

Stills has just six catches in his last two games, but he's made the most of them. He's totaled three touchdowns and 193 yards. For those counting at home, Stills is averaging 32.2 yards per catch in his last two games. Therein lies the quandary with starting Stills. If he doesn't get the big play, then he has plenty of room to disappoint.

After two strong performances, Stills probably won't be flying under the radar Week 9. Though, the Saints have so many weapons on offense, Stills could find himself in favorable one-on-one matchups. Fantasy owners should consider using Stills as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver or flex option Week 9.


Should we run to pick up Kenny Stills off waivers?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/27/2013) Saints receiver Kenny Stills will get a lot of attention from Fantasy owners after picking up 129 yards and two touchdowns in Week 8. Is he worth adding off waivers? 

While Stills is a legit deep ball threat, his numbers say he's an all-or-nothing type of Fantasy option. The three catches he had on Sunday is the second most he's had this season (but the second game in a row with three grabs). The four targets he had were the third most on the season. The 43.0 yard average is pretty much impossible to sustain. Stills has touchdowns in consecutive games but they came on long passes. 

There's nothing wrong with adding Stills off waivers (he's unowned in 88 pct. of CBSSports.com leagues) but don't expect him to haul in deep touchdowns every week. The two keys I'd look for in finding the time to lean on him would be in favorable matchups and against teams that will afford Drew Brees time in the pocket to chuck the rock. The Saints' next opponent, the Jets, offer a pretty favorable matchup for Stills (just ask Marvin Jones) though they will try to send their defensive front after Brees play after play. I don't hate him next week although I'll have a hard time projecting him for a huge game. 


Kenny Stills has most impressive game yet


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/27/2013) Rookie wide receiver Kenny Stills, who caught a 34-yard touchdown pass when the Saints last played in Week 6, continued his emergence as a deep-ball threat Week 8 against the Bills, first by catching a 29-yard lob and taking it the last 40 yards for a score and then by bailing out a scrambling Drew Brees with a 42-yard catch in the end zone.

It was the first two-touchdown game in his career. He had only three catches on four targets but still nearly tripled the next-best guy with 129 receiving yards. Of his 13 catches this season, four have gone for more than 30 yards.

With big-play tight end Jimmy Graham slowed by a partially torn plantar fascia, Stills' role could expand in the weeks ahead. He'll look to continue his emergence Week 9 at the Jets.


Kenny Stills scores first career TD


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/13/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills made a late-game impact as he scored a touchdown in the final stages of Sunday’s loss against the Patriots in Week 6.

On a 3rd-and-20, Drew Brees hooked up with Stills for a 34-yard catch in the end zone to give the Saints the lead with under four minutes remaining. He caught all three of his targeted passes for a team-high 64 yards and a touchdown in a 30-27 defeat.

Stills has 10 catches for 198 yards and a touchdown this season. The Saints will get a bye week before hosting the Bills in Week 8.

Kenny Stills solid in spot start


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/1/2013) Saints rookie receiver Kenny Stills started for the injured Lance Moore and caught a season-high four passes for 38 yards against the Dolphins. All his production came in the first half, when he was targeted six times. He was not targeted after halftime.

Stills set up the Saints' first touchdown, gaining 18 yards on a crossing pattern to the Miami 5. That would be his longest gainer.

Stills plays at Chicago in Week 5.


Robert Meachem overtaking Kenny Stills as deep threat?


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/22/2013) Wide receiver Robert Meachem, back with the Saints after spending a year in San Diego, made his first catch of the season count Week 3 against the Cardinals, hauling in a 27-yard bomb for a touchdown in the first quarter. He was targeted twice in the contest, catching both passes for 34 yards.

Meanwhile, Kenny Stills, who was expected to catch the deep balls from quarterback Drew Brees this season, couldn't connect on either of his targets in Week 3. He has just three catches this season and only one of more than 20 yards.

Neither player is expected to see a high number of looks playing behind tight end Jimmy Graham and wide receiver Marques Colston, but the two will continue to compete for whatever they can get downfield Week 4 against the Dolphins.


Kenny Stills just looking to factor


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/17/2013) After emerging as the team's top deep-ball threat in Week 1, getting targeted five times, Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills went missing Week 2 at Tampa Bay, getting targeted only on his 10-yard catch.

Against the Cardinals in Week 3, the Saints will face a defense that ranks just 21st against the pass but has gotten burned less on long passes than on yards after the catch, like with Calvin Johnson's 72-yard catch-and-run in Week 2 and Jared Cook's 47-yard catch-and-run in Week 1.

CBSSports.com Fantasy Football analysts Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard and Nathan Zegura don't expect Stills to be much of a factor against the Cardinals. None of the three rank him in their top 48 at wide receiver for this week.


Kenny Stills can't get going vs. Bucs


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/15/2013) Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills failed to make much of an impact Sunday against the Buccaneers in Week 2.

Stills was held without a grab through three quarters. He caught a short, 10-yard pass midway through the fourth quarter for his only catch of the evening. The rookie receiver has only three catches for 96 yards through two games.

Stills will look to get back on track at home against the Cardinals in Week 3.

Kenny Stills could be Week 2 sleeper


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2013) Saints rookie receiver Kenny Stills could be a sleeper Fantasy pick for Week 2 at Tampa Bay. After a solid preseason, Stills racked up 86 yards on two catches in the season opener against the Falcons. He was targeted five times.

Stills was clearly Drew Brees' preferred target down the field, which makes him an end zone threat on a weekly basis. He'll be facing a Tampa Bay defense that was dead last in the league last season against the pass, though granted, they made a few changes during the offseason. The Buccaneers allowed 256 yards through the air in Week 1.

Stills has the upside and potential to be a deep-threat option for the Saints this season. He'll need to work his way up and outplay Lance Moore in order to see more targets. For now, he should be viewed as a low-end flex option in most formats for Week 2.

Kenny Stills looks like big-play threat


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/8/2013) At first glance, Saints rookie wide receiver Kenny Stills had an unsustainable debut Week 1 against the Falcons. Sure, he caught a 67-yard pass in the second quarter, but he had just one grab otherwise, finishing with two for 86 yards.

But before that 67-yard catch, Stills had two other deep balls thrown his way. He was clearly quarterback Drew Brees' preferred target down the field.

Overall, he had five targets in the game. Only Jimmy Graham, Marques Colston and Darren Sproles had more. Stills will look to connect on a few more of those deep passes and emerge as an integral part of the Saints' passing game Week 2 at Tampa Bay.