• Jarrett Boykin

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  • 218 lbs
  • 6' 2"
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Scouting report

by Dale Lolley

GB WR Jarrett Boykin - Week 4, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Jarrett Boykin Week 4 vs. Bears
Jarrett Boykin has two catches this season, one in each of the past two weeks. He's looking like a complete fantasy bust at this point, and is now nursing a knee injury. Keep him on the bench this week.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR Jarrett Boykin - Week 2, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Jarrett Boykin Week 2 vs. Jets
Not only did Jarrett Boykin not get a catch last week in Seattle, he wasn't targeted, either. The Packers lined him up on Richard Sherman's side and largely ignored him. That will likely change this week. As I wrote last week, he's a boom-or-bust kind of player in the same mold as the guy he replaced, James Jones. Look for Boykin to bounce back this week. But don't use him as anything more than a flex and hope he has one of his boom games.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR Jarrett Boykin - Week 1, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Jarrett Boykin, Week 1 vs Seahawks
Think of Jarrett Boykin as this year's version of James Jones. What's that mean? He's going to have his big games when the matchup is right, and he's also going to have his dogs. Seattle finished last season as the No. 2 defense in the league in terms of fantasy points allowed to opposing wide receivers. Boykin is the No. 3 option in a high-powered offense, which means, at least this week, you should probably only use him as a flex option.

by Dale Lolley

GB WR Jarrett Boykin - 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Jarrett Boykin finished 2013 third on the Packers in targets, receptions and yardage. He enters the 2014 season as the clear-cut No. 3 receiving option in a high-powered offense.

Fantasy Downside
No. 3 options will have up-and-down games, even those that play in high-powered offenses. There’s also rookie Davante Adams waiting in the wings.

Bottom Line
With James Jones gone, Boykin should assume that role. That will mean some big games, but some dogs as well. He’s definitely worth stashing on your roster. You never know if Jordy Nelson is going to get hurt. His ADP is currently 131 overall, which places him in the 11th to 14th rounds. He could be a steal that late with a full season playing with Aaron Rodgers.

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