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2022 12 202 16.83 2 0.00
2021 67 828 12.36 5 22 11.00 1157.2
2020 79 841 10.65 4 49 9.80 1127.5
3y Avg. 79 905 11.46 5 31 7.75 1217.6
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Versatile role in Week 4 win

    Boyd secured two of five targets for 47 yards and completed his only pass attempt for 23 yards in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night. Boyd recorded a 43-yard reception that served as his second longest of the season and also made his mark on a trick play as a passer, hitting Ja'Marr Chase for a 23-yard gain down the right side of the field in the first half. The veteran slot man finished third behind fellow wideouts Tee Higgins and Chase in receptions, receiving yards and targets, which is likely to be the case more often than not as the season unfolds, with an occasional exception. Boyd should see some solid volume in what could be an all-hands-on-deck game for the Bengals' air attack a week from Sunday against the division-rival Ravens on the road.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Week 4 Waiver Priority List

    Boyd continues to prove he's among the best No. 3 receivers on any team, and he just had another quality outing in Week 3 at the Jets with four catches for 105 yards and a touchdown on five targets. Now, his touchdown was fluky on a 56-yard reception where he bounced off a defender and raced to the end zone, but this is now at least 13 PPR points in two of three games. And should something happen to Ja'Marr Chase or Tee Higgins, Boyd could be a star. He should be rostered in nearly all leagues for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Scores long TD in Week 3 win

    Boyd caught four of five targets for 105 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-12 win over the Jets. Boyd had a would-be four-yard touchdown erased by a holding penalty on the opening drive but more than made up for it by bouncing off a hit and outracing the entire Jets defense to the end zone for a 56-yard touchdown on the final play of the first quarter. The veteran slot receiver has caught 10 of 14 targets for 155 yards and two touchdowns heading into Thursday's Week 4 game against the Dolphins.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Catches two passes in loss

    Boyd caught both of his targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Cowboys. Boyd operated as the Bengals' No. 3 wideout, playing on 81 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Unfortunately, the veteran's high snap percentage didn't lead to much in the way of production on a day when the offense struggled to sustain drives and Joe Burrow threw for just 199 yards. There will be better days ahead for Boyd, but the 27-year-old will likely find it difficult to produce consistently for fantasy purposes. Boyd and the rest of Cincinnati's offense will look to right the ship when they visit the Jets in Week 3.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    Higgins is dealing with a concussion and could miss Week 2 at Dallas. In Week 1 against Pittsburgh, Boyd finished with four catches for 33 yards and a touchdown on seven targets, and he's now scored in each of his past four regular-season games going back to last season. Even with Higgins healthy, Boyd is worth stashing on your bench for up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Week 2 Adds (WR Preview)

    Boyd is a good add and solid No. 3 wide receiver in Week 2 if Tee Higgins is unable to clear the concussion protocol. But I don't have much interest in starting Boyd if Higgins is back in Week 2. Unfortunately, we probably won't know Higgins' status until long after waivers run in your league.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Finds end zone in Week 1

    Boyd caught four passes for 33 yards and one touchdown on seven targets against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Boyd nearly had a second touchdown in the fourth quarter but was headhunted on the play and couldn't hold on through the hit, which drew a flag. It would have been nice to see Boyd step up more with Tee Higgins (concussion) leaving the game early, but it could have gone worse. Boyd will need to contribute more if Higgins can't give it a go in Week 2, when the Bengals will try to take out their frustrations in Dallas.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    We talk all the time about running back handcuffs, but Boyd can be considered a wide receiver handcuff, as well as someone who can help you in deeper leagues. Should something happen to Ja'Marr Chase or Tee Higgins then Boyd would see an uptick in targets and production from Joe Burrow. But even with Chase and Higgins on the field, Boyd can still be a No. 3 receiver in deep, three-receiver leagues. He closed last season with at least 13 PPR points in four of his final five games in the regular season, and he had three touchdowns over that span. He's worth at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Week 1 Priority List

    We talk all the time about running back handcuffs, but Boyd can be considered a wide receiver handcuff, as well as someone who can help you in deeper leagues. Should something happen to Ja'Marr Chase or Tee Higgins then Boyd would see an uptick in targets and production from Joe Burrow. But even with Chase and Higgins on the field, Boyd can still be a No. 3 receiver in deep, three-receiver leagues. He closed last season with at least 13 PPR points in four of his final five games in the regular season, and he had three touchdowns over that span. He's worth at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Comfortable in offense

    Boyd said he and his teammates are comfortable in coach Zac Taylor's offense, joking that "we might not even need the huddle at this point," CLNS Media's Mike Petraglia reports. Coming off a Super Bowl loss, Boyd and RB Joe Mixon enter their fourth year in Taylor's system, while Burrow and WR Tee Higgins are in Year 3 and Ja'Marr Chase in Year 2. The Bengals do have three new starters on the O-line, but it shouldn't be too difficult of an adjustment with each of the three having at least 46 NFL starts to his name. While efficient last season with a 71.3 percent catch rate and 8.8 YPT in a breakout year for the rest of the Bengals offense, Boyd saw his fewest targets (94) since 2017, ending a three-year streak with triple digits. He does have some chance to get back over the century mark this year, but there's almost no chance of a return to his 2018-19 level of around 8-to-9 targets per game and 1,000-plus yards per season. Boyd's upside scenario for fantasy involves Chase and/or Higgins missing extended time.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Five catches in Super Bowl

    Boyd recorded five receptions on six targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 23-20 Super Bowl LVI loss to the Rams. Boyd delivered his best performance of the postseason in terms of both receptions and yards. As has been the case all season, he worked primarily underneath routes while both Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins pushed further down the field. Boyd's longest catch of the day came early in the fourth quarter and went for a gain of 16 yards, though he also delivered an 11-yard reception in the first half. Overall, Boyd had his least productive season since 2017, and his role isn't likely to expand in 2022 with both Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins returning to the team.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Scores in wild-card round

    Boyd caught four passes for 26 yards and one touchdown on five targets against Las Vegas on Saturday. The Raiders defense played reasonably well against the formidable Cincinnati offense, and Boyd mostly ran against the tough coverage of slot corner Nate Hobbs. Boyd had to grind out his yardage as a result, but the touchdown saved the day for his fantasy investors. Boyd might not be as immensely talented as fellow Bengals wideouts Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins, but he's still quite good in his own right.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Healthy for wild-card round

    Boyd isn't listed on the Bengals' injury report for their upcoming wild-card game against the Raiders on Saturday, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports. Boyd technically was active for the Week 18 loss to Cleveland, but he ultimately was one of a few veterans Cincinnati rested for the contest, finishing the afternoon without playing a single snap. He should return to his usual workload this Saturday against Las Vegas, and Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer adds that Boyd looked "especially sharp" at Wednesday's practice. The week of rest might have done Boyd some good, though he could face a tough matchup Saturday against Raiders slot corner Nate Hobbs, who has graded out well during his rookie season. Hobbs was part of the effort to limit Boyd to a 6-49-0 receiving on eight targets Week 11, when the Bengals beat the Raiders, 32-13.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Doesn't play in finale

    Boyd was active but didn't play a snap in Sunday's 21-16 loss to the Browns. Boyd was one of several key Bengals players who sat out the regular-season finale, as the coaching staff wasn't keen on exposing the 27-year-old to injury in a Week 18 game that didn't have much at stake in terms of playoff positioning. As the No. 3 wideout on a talented offense, Boyd had a solid season in 2021, finishing with 67 catches for 828 yards and five scores. His 4.2 receptions per game and 51.8 yards per game were both slightly down from last season, which was mostly a result of rookie first-round pick Ja'Marr Chase stepping into a prominent role right away for Cincinnati. Week 18 aside, Boyd played more than a quarter of the Bengals' offensive plays in all but three of his 16 appearances during the regular season, so he can be expected to reclaim a near-every down role when Cincinnati opens postseason play Saturday against Las Vegas.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: May not play, despite active status

    Boyd is active for Sunday's game against the Browns, but he wasn't participating in drills during pregame warmups and may only be available as an emergency depth option at receiver, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Cincinnati is already holding out three key starters on offense in Joe Burrow (knee), Joe Mixon (reserve/COVID-19 list) and Tee Higgins (healthy inactive), and Boyd and top tight end C.J. Uzomah also appear likely to have limited roles Sunday, despite being active. Since the Bengals don't have much on the line Sunday in terms of playoff position, escaping the contest without any injuries to regular starters looks like the team's top priority. Ja'Marr Chase was warming up with the Bengals' starters, but he appears likely to check out of the game as soon as he gets the 12 yards he needs to establish the franchise single-season receiving record. If Chase and Boyd are both on the sideline along with Higgins for much of the day, the Bengals would lean on Trenton Irwin, Stanley Morgan, Mike Thomas and Trent Taylor as its main options at receiver.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Stretches TD streak to three

    Boyd caught four of six targets for 36 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-31 win over the Chiefs. Boyd's five-yard touchdown catch early in the fourth quarter gave the Bengals their first lead of the game at 31-28. The slot receiver will take a three-game touchdown streak into the regular-season finale against the Browns, as well as season totals of 67 catches for 828 yards and five touchdowns.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Finds end zone

    Boyd caught three passes for 85 yards and one touchdown on five targets against Baltimore on Sunday. Boyd is a good player and this box score is a welcome output for his fantasy investors, yet at the same time, this game was conclusive evidence that Boyd will rarely be prioritized ahead of the alpha wideout duo of Tee Higgins (13 targets) and Ja'Marr Chase (10 targets). It's an embarrassment of riches for the Bengals and a crowded picture for Boyd, talented as he is. The Bengals might need all three receivers to be at their sharpest as they prepare for a crucial Week 17 matchup against the Chiefs.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Scores long touchdown

    Boyd recorded five receptions on six targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 15-10 win over the Broncos. Boyd led Cincinnati's receivers in targets, yards and receptions, marking a rare occasion that he worked ahead of Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins. He did the majority of his damage on a 56-yard touchdown catch late in the third quarter when he caught a ball deep down the sideline and weaved his way to the middle of the field and into the end zone. After struggling to hold a consistent role in the offense to begin the campaign, Boyd has now logged at least four receptions in four of his last five games.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Four catches in OT loss

    Boyd caught four of five targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 26-23 overtime loss to the 49ers. He also gained eight yards on his only carry. The veteran slot receiver had another productive game, though he once again took a back seat to the duo of Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins. Boyd has posted a 17-202-1 line on 22 targets over four games since the Bengals' bye, giving him a reasonably solid fantasy floor heading into a Week 15 tilt against the Broncos.
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  • Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Five grabs in lopsided loss

    Boyd secured five of seven targets for 85 yards in the Bengals' 41-22 loss to the Chargers on Sunday. The veteran slot man made his presence felt during a game in which the Bengals had to pass plenty, checking in second in receiving yards behind Tee Higgins. Boyd now has at least four receptions in four of the last six contests, and Sunday's yardage tally was his highest since Week 4. Boyd heads into a Week 14 matchup against the 49ers with plenty of momentum.
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