Trey Quinn had brief fantasy relevance last season when he had two games of 4-49 and 5-26-1. He’s a slot receiver option who could fill in the missing need left by Jamison Crowder. Crowder was a consistent PPR threat during his time in Washington, averaging about four receptions per game. If Quinn could take over that role, he’ll have immediate value.
While we can see potential in Quinn, at the end of the day he’s caught just nine passes and played in three games. His upside is somewhat limited in what should be a stagnant offense. Washington will likely lean on its duo of Derrius Guice and Adrian Peterson on the ground rather than rely on Case Keenum or rookie Dwayne Haskins.
2019 Bottom Line
Quinn could be a solid late-round pickup in PPR formats. Someone has to catch passes in Washington, and Quinn should be able to fill that slot position nicely. Coach Jay Gruden has already started talking about it saying, "I'm ready to watch Trey Quinn jump in that slot role and dominate the position. I'm excited for him." If he’s available late in a deep league, then why not?