• Josh Reynolds
  • WR
  • , Los Angeles Rams
  • 25
  • 197 lbs
  • 6' 3"
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Scouting report

by Andrew Fleischer

LAR WR Josh Reynolds - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs Arizona Cardinals
Josh Reynolds enters Week 17 as the overall fantasy WR91, with 21 receptions for 326 yards and a touchdown on 42 total targets. Three years into his career, Reynolds has yet to break out as a fantasy asset despite showing flashes of his potential when injuries have presented him with increased opportunity. Reynolds might see an increased snap share this week as it's likely that the Rams will limit the snaps of their starters, and the last time Reynolds saw a snap share over 80% against a team with a high aFPA to wide receivers, he finished as the WR17 for the week. Last season, Reynolds saved his best for last, putting up a WR8 performance with a 96% snap share. At $3,200 on DraftKings and $4,900 on FanDuel, Reynolds should be a value play in tournaments.

by Andrew Fleischer

LAR WR Josh Reynolds - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs Baltimore Ravens
With Brandin Cooks expected to return for this Week 12 matchup against the Ravens, Josh Reynolds' value hinges on Robert Woods' availability. If Woods does play, Reynolds isn't startable even in the deepest of leagues. If Woods misses another game, Reynolds offers potential fantasy WR4 value alongside Cooper Kupp and Brandin Cooks.

by Andrew Fleischer

LAR WR Josh Reynolds - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs Chicago Bears
Josh Reynolds saw snap shares of 89% and 95% in Weeks 8 and 10 in the absence of Brandin Cooks, and performed quite capably. His output made him the WR17 in Week 8 versus the Bengals, and the WR44 in a much tougher matchup with the Steelers in Week 10.

The Rams' Week 11 matchup with the Bears is enough to consider looking elsewhere for wide receiver production. Reynolds had only three receptions in each of his two recent starts, and his relatively high yardage totals are a result of a Brandon-Cooks-level 13.7-yard aDOT. The Bears' relentless pass rush is not a recipe for success for Jared Goff targeting deeper routes, and Reynolds' low target volume makes him a risky bet even as a WR4.

by Andrew Fleischer

LAR WR Josh Reynolds - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Pittsburgh Steelers
Josh Reynolds saw by far his most significant usage of the season in Week 8 after Brandin Cooks was knocked from the game early in the first quarter with a concussion. Reynolds earned eight targets on his 89% snap share and turned them into three receptions for 74 yards and a touchdown, which were WR17 numbers for the week. Reynolds proved he could produce when presented an opportunity in 2018 when he was the WR35 over the final seven games of the season that included a WR8 finish in the Rams' final regular-season game.

Reynolds draws an exploitable matchup with the Steelers secondary in Week 10, and in a bye-riddled slate, he's a compelling player. Four of Reynolds' eight targets against the Bengals were 20-plus yards downfield, and his touchdown reception traveled 25 yards in the air. Reynolds' 17.3-yard aDOT in Week 8 was eighth-highest among all wide receivers, and if he remains Los Angeles' primary deep target this week, he certainly has boom potential. His bust potential remains in that the Steelers boast an extremely effective pass rush, and the Rams' offensive line needs to protect Jared Goff long enough for deeper routes to develop. Reynolds is a high-ceiling, low-floor WR4 or FLEX option for Week 10.

by Anthony Stalter

LAR WR Josh Reynolds - Week 19 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 19 vs. Dallas Cowboys

Josh Reynolds caught four-of-seven targets for 55 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams’ Week 17 win over the 49ers. While serving the Cooper Kupp role in Sean McVay’s offense, Reynolds did have big games against the Chiefs and 49ers in the final eight games of the season but he did not display Kupp’s consistency. Still, if you’re looking for an inexpensive WR option to play in the Divisional Round, Reynolds is worth a roll of the dice. In fact, he’s projected to score 12.1 fantasy points in PPR formats, which is more than Dontrelle Inman, Nelson Agholor and Golden Tate project to have in their respective matchups. The Rams will host the Cowboys on Saturday night and Reynolds is our WR12 for the Divisional Round.

by Anthony Stalter

LAR WR Josh Reynolds - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Josh Reynolds caught both of his targets for 44 yards in the Rams’ Week 16 win over the Cardinals. With L.A. dialing up just 24 passes in the blowout, Reynolds wasn’t needed to beat hapless Arizona. The two targets were 10 fewer than what he saw in last week’s loss to the Eagles and his production remains sporadic. With the Rams needing a win to lock up a first-round bye, Reynolds does have some appeal as a low-end WR3 this weekend when L.A. hosts San Francisco. The Niners rank 28th defensively against fantasy receivers this season and Reynolds is our WR26. He should rebound and offers upside in DFS.

by Anthony Stalter

LAR WR Josh Reynolds- Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Arizona Cardinals

Josh Reynolds caught five-of-12 targets for 70 yards in the Rams’ Week 15 loss to the Eagles. He had a 34-yard touchdown wiped off the board when he was ruled down just shy of the goal-line. The 12 targets are intriguing for fantasy owners, but Sunday night was the first time in three weeks that he’s finished with over 40 yards. With Jared Goff struggling the past three weeks, it’s unclear how Reynolds will factor into the game plan when the Rams visit the Cardinals on Sunday. Ranked as our WR33 for Week 16, Reynolds is a dart throw versus an Arizona defense that ranks 19th against fantasy receivers this season. While it might be tempting to play him given what Sean McVay’s offense has shown the past two years, keep in mind that Reynolds remains the No. 4 option in the passing game behind Robert Woods, Todd Gurley and Brandin Cooks.

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