|Date of Birth:||02/22/1991|
|Drafted:||2015 | Undrafted|
Seth Roberts catches five passes in Week 17.
Roberts gained 48 yards on his five receptions, and his final stat line for the season is 43/455/1. He had five touchdowns in each of his first two NFL seasons, so Roberts will look to get closer to that mark in 2018 for an Oakland team that'll look to bounce back after a subpar year.
Seth Roberts gets five targets against the Eagles.
Roberts' five targets were a team high, and he caught three passes for 23 yards in Oakland's loss. Derek Carr tried to target Roberts on a deep crossing route in the game, but the pass was severely underthrown because Carr was under some pressure. Roberts isn't a recommended fantasy option right now.
Seth Roberts catches three passes in Week 15.
Roberts gained a team-high 52 receiving yards against the Cowboys, working as a big-play target as the only wide receiver with over 10 yards per reception in the loss. If Amari Cooper (ankle) remains out, next week against the Eagles is an intriguing matchup for Roberts, but there are probably better FLEX options out there.
Seth Roberts caught three passes for 24 yards in Sunday's loss.
Roberts couldn't do much with Derek Carr and the offense as a whole being shutdown. He's a good real-life target, but look elsewhere in Week 15.
Seth Roberts caught five passes for 46 yards in Sunday's win over the Giants.
Roberts had a bigger role with Michael Crabtree (suspension) and Amari Cooper (concussion, ankle) out, and he was a reliable target for Derek Carr. He will continue to have a role when Crabtree and Cooper return, but Roberts won't be a recommended fantasy option down the stretch.
Seth Roberts caught two passes for 26 yards in Sunday's win over Denver.
Roberts is a good real-life player, but he hasn't scored since the season opener and has yet to surpass 50 yards in a game. Keep him on the waiver wire.
Seth Roberts caught five passes for 36 yards in Sunday's loss to New England.
He also lost a fumble. Roberts isn't a strong fantasy option behind Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree.
Seth Roberts get two targets against Miami.
Roberts caught both targeted, gaining 28 yards on his two receptions. He’s a good player and makes key plays for the Raiders, but Roberts’ role simply isn’t big enough to be a reliable fantasy option.
Seth Roberts catches one pass against the Chiefs.
Roberts was targeted six times in the Thursday night contest, gaining 15 yards on his lone reception. Roberts is someone Derek Carr trusts behind Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree, but he doesn't get enough work to be a recommended fantasy option.
Seth Roberts catches all three targets in Week 6.
Roberts gained 35 yards on his three receptions versus the Chargers. He's a good player for the Raiders and he's someone Derek Carr likes throwing to, but it's difficult to trust Roberts in fantasy lineups.
Seth Roberts caught two passes for 34 yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.
Roberts has actually been the team's second-best receiver with Amari Cooper struggling. Still, he's not a recommended fantasy option whether or not Derek Carr (back) returns next Sunday.
Seth Roberts caught four passes for 49 yards in Sunday's loss to Denver.
Roberts got the start with Michael Crabtree out, and he was second on the team in catches and yards. If Crabtree is out again next Sunday, Roberts might be worth a look in fantasy leagues, but he's probably better left on the waiver wire.
Seth Roberts caught four passes for 20 yards in Sunday's loss to the Redskins.
Considering the overall performance by Oakland's offense, it was a decent game from Roberts, though he did lose a fumble, so he didn't have any fantasy points. Hopefully you didn't decide to play him for some reason. He can stay on the waiver wire with a visit to Denver next Sunday.
Seth Roberts scored in Week 1.
Roberts always seems to make big plays for the Raiders, and he did in Tennessee versus the Titans. He caught his only target of the day for a 19-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of Oakland's 26-16 victory. Roberts will be more of a contributor for the Raiders than he will for your fantasy team.
Raiders sign receiver Seth Roberts to a two-year extension.
The extension keeps Roberts with the Raiders through 2019. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Roberts is receiving $12 million with $6.45 million guaranteed, so it's an excellent deal for the 2014 undrafted free agent. Roberts has ten touchdowns combined over the last two seasons, and he'll look to continue contributing to the team for the next three seasons. With Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree, and now Cordarrelle Patterson in the mix, it's unlikely he delivers good fantasy value; but he'll be an important part of Oakland's offense.
Seth Roberts catches both targets in Week 1 of the preseason.
He had two receptions for 15 yards in his short time in the game. Roberts will mix in behind Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree again this season.
Rough night for Roberts in loss.
Seth Roberts caught two-of-nine targets for 12 yards in Oakland's 21-13 loss. For some reason, on 4th-and-1 with the game on the line, Derek Carr gave Roberts a shot down the left sideline but it was incomplete. He's not a fantasy option behind Cooper and Crabtree.
Seth Roberts caught three passes for 31 yards and a touchdown in the Raiders' Week 12 win.
He also caught a clutch two-point conversion. Roberts seems to be a guy Derek Carr likes throwing to in big situations, but you unfortunately don't get fantasy points for clutch plays, so while he'll have nice games, Roberts isn't a good fantasy option behind Cooper and Crabtree.