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by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Trey Quinn - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at New York Giants

Trey Quinn went 5-30 on seven targets in Week 3. He's been extremely consistent so far this year, putting up totals of 4-33, 4-36 and 5-30 in his first three games. So you pretty much know what you're getting with Quinn, and it isn't much. He gets a strong matchup this week against the Giants, but he's not a great option for fantasy.

by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Trey Quinn - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 vs. Chicago Bears

Outside of Terry McLaurin, there's not really a Washington receiver worth mentioning. Trey Quinn would probably be the second-best option, but he has just eight receptions for 69 yards through two games. And a lot of that production came on the final drive of Week 1. Quinn isn't really worth fantasy consideration.

by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Trey Quinn - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs. Dallas Cowboys

Trey Quinn played 65 of 67 snaps in Week 1, the most out of any receiver. He pretty much did nothing all game until the final drive, though. He caught three of his four receptions on the last drive of the game, including a touchdown. So on one hand, he ended up with a solid fantasy outing, but on the other, it's hard to rely on final drive garbage time every week. It's probably best to avoid Quinn in fantasy.

by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Trey Quinn - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 at Philadelphia Eagles

Trey Quinn has nine receptions to his name in the NFL, but he could develop into a slot receiver for Washington this season. He's listed as a third starting receiver, and if he takes over Jamison Crowder's old role, Quinn could be a solid PPR threat. But that's all based on what could be. We wouldn't recommend starting Quinn until we see which Washington wideout is able to stand out from the pack. Quinn should be viewed as a WR5.

by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Trey Quinn - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
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.

Fantasy Downside
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?

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