• Miles Boykin

  • WR
  • , Baltimore Ravens
  • 25
  • 220 lbs
  • 6' 4"
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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 at Los Angeles Rams

Miles Boykin was grossly out-snapped by Seth Roberts last week after going neck and neck with him the previous two games. Boykin may still have long-term potential as a big-bodied outside receiver in Baltimore, but he’s no better than the fourth or fifth option in the passing game right now and has failed to catch any of just three targets thrown his way over the past two games. He’s a dynasty-stash only.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Houston Texans

Miles Boykin saw 45% of the team’s offensive snaps last week against the Bengals, but he failed to catch a pass. The Ravens don’t seem to be able to sustain multiple wide receivers, so it’s hard to imagine the rookie being a consistent fantasy threat, even if his playing time increases. He should only be rostered in dynasty formats.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Cincinnati Bengals

Miles Boykin failed to catch a pass against the Patriots last week, though he was targeted once. He has potential as a big-body receiver for a team lacking size at the position, but seems to still be developing and should be viewed as a long-term dynasty-stash option only. Even in a nice matchup this week against the Bengals, he’s too risky to trust in most leagues and should remain on waivers in redraft formats.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at Seattle Seahawks

Miles Boykin saw an increase in snaps last week with Marquise Brown out with an injury, but he still caught only two balls for a mere 28 yards. Until we see production out of the rookie from Notre Dame, there’s no reason to roster him outside of deep dynasty formats, and with Brown supposed to be back this week, expect his snaps to return to his normal range of around 30%. Leave him on waivers.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Miles Boykin wasn’t targeted last week against the Steelers, and while he does show potential as a receiver with size on the outside for a team lacking that specific skill set, his lack of production makes it hard to trust him. Additionally, he’s seen his percentage of offensive snaps go down in each of the past few weeks, plummeting from 48% in Week 2 all the way 25% against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Leave him on waivers, except as a dynasty stash.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Pittsburgh Steelers

Miles Boykin caught a touchdown last week against the Browns, but he only had three catches for 32 yards and was on the field for just 30% of the Ravens’ offensive snaps. Boykin has the size and talent to be a starting receiver long-term, but his playing time and opportunity are trending downward right now and until the Ravens show they can sustain more than one fantasy receiver, fantasy owners outside of dynasty leagues should leave him on waivers.

by Brandon Niles

BAL WR Miles Boykin - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 vs. Cleveland Browns

Miles Boykin has the size to be an effective outside receiver but he’s only been targeted five times through three games and was only on the field for 33% of the Ravens’ offensive snaps last week against the Chiefs. Boykin has long-term potential and he’s flashed talent – particularly during the preseason – but he’s clearly not a major part of the offense yet and should be left on waivers in most non-dynasty formats.

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