Quarterback Ottawa Redblacks
November 12, 2017 Trevor Harris News
RotoWire Fantasy Analysis
Harris completed 37 of 60 passes for 457 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 31-20 Eastern Semi-Final loss to the Roughriders. He also gained four yards on his sole rush.
Harris was forced to put up a season-high amount of pass attempts with the Redblacks trailing by a sizable margin for extended stretches. The 31-year-old displayed the most synergy with Diontae Spencer and Juron Criner, with whom he connected on 20 occasions for 259 yards and two touchdowns. Harris' interceptions did undercut Ottawa's efforts, however, and put a disappointing cap on an otherwise productive season. Harris threw for a career-high 4,679 yards in 2017, while also reaching the 30-touchdown mark for the second time in his career. The prolific signal caller will look to help the Redblacks avenge their early postseason exit in 2018, with the likes of Spencer and Criner projected to serve as key weapons.