He was the number #162 ranked defensive lineman. His value would have been higher if he had played more games. Based on average fantasy points he was the #121 defensive lineman. We split his 7 games into 3 segments (start, middle, and end). He peaked early in the season. He averaged 3.2 FPs in his first 2 games and 2.3 FP in his final 3 games. He averaged 2.4 FPs, but on any given day his projected ceiling is as high as 5 fantasy points. Mike Daniels (2019 Season Projection: 29 Solo, 15 Ast, 3.6 Sacks, 1.5 PDs) is projected to improve in the upcoming season. His rank based on total projected fantasy points has him as the #90 player at his position.
His season average dropped measurably from last season. His average fantasy points decreased by 37% this season. Mike Daniels only saw the field in 7 games in 2018. In 2017 he averaged 3.8 FP per game. Based on total fantasy production he was the #44 fantasy DL.
Daniels (foot) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Daniels sustained the foot injury Week 11 against the Seahawks and was unable to play against the Vikings. The 29-year-old indicated last week his season could be in jeopardy and that has now come to fruition. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, though Daniels previously said he didn’t suffer a fracture or undergo surgery. Dean Lowry, Montravius Adams and James Looney are the only remaining defensive ends currently on the Packers’ roster.
Daniels did not participate in Monday’s practice due to a lingering quadriceps injury, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Daniels was able to return from the quad injury for a single practice last week, but hasn’t seen the field since. Though the details of Daniels’ injury remain undisclosed, word out of camp is that the starting D-lineman’s issue is considered minor. Despite this, Daniels has missed a significant amount of training camp, and his status warrants continued monitoring. If the 29-year-old is able to return to health, he’ll jump right back into his starting role.