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.