Byron Pringle
  • Byron Pringle

  • WR
  • , Washington Commanders
  • 31
  • 203 lbs
  • 6' 1"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

CHI WR Byron Pringle - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 at Detroit Lions

Chase Claypool was out again last week, which meant more playing time for Byron Pringle. But that didn't mean a whole lot as Pringle finished 2-34 on two targets. If Claypool is out again, then Pringle will once again see solid playing time, this time in a favorable matchup vs. the Lions (30th aFPA). But Pringle would be an extremely desperate play in Week 17 considering he has nine total receptions on the season.

by Jordan Heck

CHI WR Byron Pringle - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 vs. Buffalo Bills

With Darnell Mooney on IR and Chase Claypool (knee) inactive, Byron Pringle emerged as an option last week. He caught both of his two targets for 39 yards and a touchdown. Pringle has just seven receptions all season, though. Honestly you shouldn't even be reading this. Stop trying to make Byron Pringle happen. Please avoid him in Week 16 against the Bills.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Byron Pringle - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 at Cincinnati Bengals

Byron Pringle had a career game last week, finishing 6-75-2 on seven targets. He benefitted as Tyreek Hill struggled following his recovery from COVID. Pringle also played a season-high 80% of the offensive snaps last week. But while it was a nice game, it's also important to remember the Chiefs were without Travis Kelce, and playing with a less-than-100% Hill. And entering last week, Pringle is a receiver who averaged 2.0 receptions for 28.7 yards. We'd expect Pringle to play more like that in Week 17 rather than repeat his Week 16 efforts. He's not much more than a WR5 play.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Byron Pringle - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Byron Pringle's fantasy stock this week solely relies on whether or not Tyreek Hill (COVID) and Travis Kelce (COVID) are able to play. Both were placed on the COVID/Reserve list, but they each have a chance to play Sunday if they test negative. Pringle has been fairly productive this year given his role. Outside of Hill and Kelce, he leads all Kansas City players in receiving touchdowns (3). And he actually leads all Chiefs in yards per catch (14.4). But he'll be facing a fairly tough Steelers defense, and it's hard to fully trust someone in your fantasy playoffs who has just 28 receptions on the year. If Hill and Kelce are both unable to play, Pringle should be viewed as a low-end WR3 option. If both are able to go, then Pringle becomes irrelevant.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Byron Pringle - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Dallas Cowboys

Byron Pringle had a solid outing last week, finishing 4-46-1 on five targets. Pringle has had a few good games this year, but his production is all over the place. In the two games prior to last week, he had one total reception. He just isn't consistent enough to trust in most fantasy leagues. He'll be nothing more than a desperation WR5 in Week 11 vs. the Cowboys.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Byron Pringle - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. New York Giants

Byron Pringle actually led all Chiefs players in receiving yards last week as he finished 5-73 on six targets. And it wasn't because the Chiefs pulled their starters late, either. In fact, Pringle didn't even catch a pass from Chad Henne. It's the second week in a row Pringle has topped 50 receiving yards, and in both games, he set season highs in playing time. While the uptick in production is nice, it's also hard to trust Pringle in this offense. The Chiefs haven't really had a consistent receiving threat outside of Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill. Pringle is interesting, but he's a risky play unless you're in a really deep league.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Byron Pringle - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Houston Texans

Byron Pringle came out of nowhere to finish 6-103-1 in Week 5. While it's a highly productive game, he's just so far down on the depth chart in Kansas City, it's hard to see him having success like that again. He's worth monitoring, but not worth playing.

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