• Jalen Reagor

  • WR
  • , Philadelphia Eagles
  • 22
  • 195 lbs
  • 5' 11"
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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

PHI WR Jalen Reagor - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Seattle
Jalen Reagor is finally healthy and the numbers are starting to rise for the rookie. He has averaged six targets over the past two games and has 99 receiving yards. The Eagles were hoping that Reagor could be a force this season, but the injuries have slowed him down.

Reagor will face the Seahawks who are 30th in aFPA to wide receivers. The game has the potential to be a shootout if QB Carson Wentz can get his act together.

The Eagles passing game has struggled in 2020 and the receiver situation is been volatile. Even with a great matchup, Reagor should remain on the bench for Week 12. Too many possibilities for Philly receivers and you don't know which one will be the main target week-to-week.

by Chris Kucharski

PHI WR Jalen Reagor - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Cleveland

In his return after inury, Jalen Reagor has seven receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown. With 13 targets, he has been involved in an offense that has struggled, but has still had some success. The Eagles feel Reagor can stretch the field so his time on the field is valuable,

Reagor will face the Browns who are ranked 26th in aFPA to wide receivers. It's a great matchup that you hope can get the Eagles offense going. Reagor will benefit from Philly's offense figuring out their issues.

For Week 11, keep Reagor on the bench despite the very favorable matchup. We are waiting for the Eagles to get their act together, especially QB Carson Wentz, and until they do, Philly receiver's fantasy value suffers.

by Chris Kucharski

PHI WR Jalen Reagor - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at New York Giants
Jalen Reagor played in only his third game of his rookie season the game before the bye. He has struggled with injuries. In his return, he was targeted six times and had three receptions, but for only 16 yards. He did score his first career touchdown. Veteran Alshon Jeffery is set to make his 2020 debut so that could cut into some of Reagor's targets.

Keep Reagor on the bench this week. Eagles have too many options on offense and even with a good matchup against a below-average Giants pass defense, his value is too low to warrant a start.

by Chris Kucharski

PHI WR Jalen Reagor - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Dallas
With DeSean Jackson out again, the return of Jalen Reagor is perfect timing for an Eagles offense trying to stop the struggles that have plagued the team this season. Reagor hasn't played since September 20th and went on the IR with a thumb injury. In the two games he did play, he had five receptions for 96 yards. He should be able to stretch the field against a Dallas defense that is ranked 28th in aFPA to wide receivers.

Reagor should not be in your starting lineup yet, but he should on your watch list because he will get you yardage and touchdowns with his vertical ability.

by Chris Kucharski

PHI WR Jalen Reagor - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
It's very hard for a rookie wide receiver to have an immediate impact in the NFL, but Jalen Reagor will at least get the opportunity, He is the highest-ranked fantasy wide receiver on the Eagles roster and will almost certainly get significant snaps sooner rather than later. At TCU, he was a dynamic receiver who has excellent speed, and a 42" vertical leap. He probably fits the role as a slot receiver for this offense and he has a talented quarterback throwing to him which will help him overall,

Fantasy Downside
Reagor will enter camp as DeSean Jackson's backup although Jackson has trouble staying in the lineup. The Eagles are also concerned about the number of drops Reagor had in college so improving his hands will be a goal for the coaching staff. Another thing to keep in mind is the Eagles passing game revolves around the tight ends and running backs. They have had success without limited wide receiver impact.

2020 Bottom Line
Reagor will be the best wide receiver on the Eagles in 2020. However, his fantasy value dictates him as depth on most fantasy rosters. His ADP is 137 which has him the 50th wide receiver taken off the board. We rank him slightly higher as the 43rd ranked receiver and second-highest rookie behind only CeeDee Lamb. We project 66 receptions for 745 yards and 5 touchdowns. Select him as your 4th or 5th wide receiver and that will give you the best value,

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