• Laviska Shenault

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  • , Jacksonville Jaguars
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by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 at Los Angeles Rams

Laviska Shenault continues to operate a limited role in the league's worst passing offense. He can't be counted on for sufficient volume to be relevant in fantasy, and he doesn't see deep enough targets to get the yardage necessary to make up for the limited usage. Shenault, like all of the other pass catchers in Jacksonville, is not reliable for fantasy and should be relegated to benches in fantasy leagues.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Atlanta Falcons
Tragically, Laviska Shenault's 5-50-0 line in Week 11 was his best performance in over a month. He is an ancillary option in a terrible passing offense and at consistent risk of burning a hole in any lineup, he manages to sneak into. Barring dramatic shifts in the performance of Trevor Lawrence and the team's offensive personnel in general, Shenault will not be a reasonable fantasy option. Look for another option for lineups this week.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Indianapolis Colts

Laviska Shenault continues to get his cardio in for the Jags, but wind sprints don't show up in the box score and Shenault enters Week 10 having exceeded 50 yards receiving in two games all year. Shenault's fantasy profile is that of a limited-volume, low-aDOT slot receiver in a bad offense. Need I say more? Keep Shenault on your bench or drop him for a higher upside player down the stretch.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Buffalo Bills
Laviska Shenault's fantasy value has fallen off a cliff with his inability to produce even in the absence of D.J. Chark. Shenault managed an incredibly forgettable 2-13-0 line against the Seahawks, and his likelihood of improvement is low staring down a difficult matchup with the Bills in Week 9. Shenault only operates near the line of scrimmage and is not guaranteed sufficient target volume to be relevant in fantasy. It doesn't help that Jamal Agnew and Dan Arnold are starting to take on larger roles that eat into Shenault's volume. Shenault should be benched or on waivers in all but the deepest of leagues at this point.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Seattle Seahawks
Laviska Shenault caught six balls in Week 6 but continued to have little to show for his volume, with the sophomore wideout only registering 54 scoreless yards on those receptions. Shenault operates almost entirely underneath as a low-aDOT run-after-catch threat, a role that carries little fantasy value in an offense that struggles as often as Jacksonville's does. Shenault's recent target volume has made him worthy of a roster spot in PPR leagues, and he will carry some upside into Week 8 when he faces off with a weak Seattle defense that bleeds huge yardage in the passing game. Shenault is a high-risk and unexciting fantasy option, but Week 8 should be among his best chances to produce all year. Start Shenault at the flex if you're hurting from injuries or bye weeks, but be aware he carries the potential to bust every week.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Miami Dolphins

Laviska Shenault only managed one catch in Week 5, but he made the most of it by breaking multiple tackles and rumbling for 58 yards before going down. Shenault's YAC skills are intriguing and he should be getting more looks in the weak Jacksonville offense, but as we've seen many times before simply because a player should be touching the ball more does not mean they necessarily will. Shenault probably has the best matchup of any Jaguar pass catcher in Week 6 with Xavien Howard likely following Marvin Jones all over the field, but the volatile nature of the roles and usage in Urban Meyer's offense make any skill player other than James Robinson a risky start in fantasy.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX WR Laviska Shenault - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 vs. Tennessee Titans
Laviska Shenault looks poised to be the primary beneficiary of the season-ending ankle injury to D.J. Chark that occurred last Sunday. Chark's early departure led to a career day for Shenault, who saw seven targets and racked up 110 total yards on six receptions and a carry. The Jags will be forced to get Shenault more involved than ever before without Chark in the lineup, and the constant negative game scripts the Jacksonville offense faces suggest he could see enough volume to be relevant in PPR leagues. In Week 5, the Jags will face off with a Titans defense that just let Zach Wilson and the Jets move the ball in Week 4. Shenault's YAC skills and versatility make him an interesting fantasy option if his usage increases without Chark. Even if you don't start Shenualt as a flex this week, his volume will be worth monitoring to see if he's carved out a bigger role going forward.

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