Renfrow reeled in seven of nine targets for a team-high 73 receiving yards during Sunday's 43-6 loss to the Falcons. He also logged a six-yard punt return.
Renfrow was Derek Carr's busiest pass catcher Sunday, out-targeting tight end Darren Waller by two. That's noteworthy given that Waller entered the game with 83 targets on the season, more than double the amount of Las Vegas' No. 2 option, Renfrow (41). With only one outing of more than 60 receiving yards on the year coming into Sunday, Renfrow had demonstrated a limited ceiling in fantasy. He has a chance at consecutive lucrative outings with a Week 13 matchup against the Jets' 30th-ranked pass defense approaching.
Renfrow caught two passes on as many targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 35-31 loss to the Chiefs. He also returned a pair of punts for a total of 11 yards.
Renfrow has now recorded at least two receptions in five consecutive games since the Raiders' Week 6 bye, but Nelson Agholor and Darren Waller continue to flash more fantasy upside in the Raiders' aerial attack. Renfrow will hope to take advantage of a beatable Falcons secondary in Week 12 as the Raiders travel to Atlanta.
Renfrow caught both of his targets for 30 receiving yards, adding three punt-return attempts for 20 yards during Sunday's 37-12 win against the Broncos.
Renfrow hauled in a 25-yard reception on Las Vegas' opening drive of the afternoon, and he also had an electrifying 29-yard punt return called off because of a holding penalty on teammate Keisean Nixon. The Clemson product added a 16-yard punt return that would stand, rounding out a solid day on special teams. It was a quiet afternoon from the second-year man on the offensive side, as was the case for the entire Raiders passing-catching group, with zero touchdowns being scored via the air and no players exceeding 40 receiving yards. A Week 11 matchup with the defending champion Chiefs calls for a more pass-heavy game script.
Renfrow caught two of three targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 31-26 win over the Chargers.
His 53-yard grab in the third quarter set up a Darren Waller touchdown and wound up making Renfrow the Raiders' leader in receiving yards on the afternoon. The second-year slot receiver isn't getting a lot of volume, seeing four targets or less in five of eight games so far this year, but he's earned the trust of Derek Carr. He could be more involved in Week 10 against a Broncos defense that's been stingier on the ground than through the air.
Renfrow corralled all four of his targets for 26 receiving yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 16-6 win against the Browns.
Renfrow has been somewhat of a high-floor option of late, with four or more catches in four of his five appearances since Week 3. The second-year pro has also averaged 50.2 receiving yards per game during that span, hauling in his TDs in Weeks 3 and 8. Renfrow, Henry Ruggs and Darren Waller were the only Raiders to garner at least four targets Sunday, and the young pass-catching trio will now shift focus to a Week 9 intra-divisional clash against the Chargers.
Renfrow caught four of six targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 45-20 loss to the Buccaneers.
Renfrow was back on quarterback Derek Carr's radar following the team's bye, having been targeted just once in Week 5 at Kansas City. The Clemson product will now face a Browns secondary that just gave up over 400 passing yards in a close win over the Bengals on Sunday.
Renfrow caught his only target for 42 yards in Sunday's 40-32 win over the Chiefs.
Renfrow's 42-yard reception on third and long in the fourth quarter was crucial for the Raiders' upset victory, but the one-catch performance disappointed fantasy managers after he racked up 17 total targets in Weeks 3 and 4. Fellow receiver Bryan Edwards (ankle/foot) has a chance to return Week 7 following the team's bye, but his potential availability might not have much of an effect on Renfrow's workload in the slot.
Renfrow caught five of eight targets for 57 yards in Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Bills.
Aside from an acrobatic 37-yard reception down the sideline late in the contest, Renfrow was held in check despite the absences of fellow receivers Henry Ruggs (knee/hamstring) and Bryan Edwards (ankle). Nonetheless, quarterback Derek Carr has thrown a total of 17 passes at Renfrow throughout the Raiders' past two games, and the slot man could continue to see additional looks if the aforementioned rookie duo remains sidelined Week 5 at Kansas City.
Renfrow looks in line to lead the Raiders' receiving corps during Sunday's game against the Bills, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.
Renfrow is the leading candidate to serve as Las Vegas' No. 1 receiver with Henry Ruggs (hamstring) doubtful and Bryan Edwards (ankle) ruled out. Nelson Agholor and Zay Jones also stand to start in three-wide sets, assuming Ruggs sits out, while Josh Jacobs and Darren Waller could take on even more focal roles on offense. Renfrow had a team-high 84 yards and a touchdown against New England in Week 3, and he should get the opportunity to log another productive day versus Buffalo.
Renfrow caught six of nine targets for a team-high 84 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 36-20 loss to New England.
Renfrow appeared to have scored a 27-yard touchdown late in the first half but was ruled down on the 1-yard line. He got his touchdown after all from 13 yards out with 1:54 left in the fourth quarter and was the only Raiders receiver to top 50 yards. Darren Waller (knee) and Josh Jacobs (hip) played through injuries, while Henry Ruggs (knee/hamstring) sat this one out and Bryan Edwards left the game with an ankle injury, so Renfrow is Las Vegas' healthiest regular skill position player heading into a Week 4 matchup with the Bills.
Renfrow caught all three of his targets for 37 receiving yards during Monday's 34-24 win against the Saints.
Renfrow recorded two receptions that spanned 15-plus yards, with one coming on the Raiders' second touchdown drive of the game in the late-second quarter, and the other on Las Vegas' TD drive in the fourth quarter. Tight end Darren Waller completely dominated the pass-catching workload in attracting 16 targets on the night, while not another Raider finished above three. Even with Derek Carr having thrown to a 73.5 percent completion rate and a 4:0 TD:INT, Renfrow has so far been a low-volume option in the passing game. If a breakout performance were to come for Renfrow in Week 3 against New England, it may come via red-zone usage, as he finished second on the team in red-zone looks last year with 10.
Renfrow hauled in two receptions on two targets for a total of 21 yards in Week 1 against Carolina.
Renfrow was overshadowed by a number of options in the passing attack, including both Henry Ruggs and Darren Waller. He did manage to haul in both of his opportunities, one for 11 yards and the other for 10. Without volume, Renfrow lacks fantasy upside due to his usage primarily in short-yardage pass attempts. He and the Raiders will square off against the Saints in Week 2.
Though the Raiders added a pair of wide receivers in the 2020 draft, Tashan Reed of the Athletic believes that Renfrow still will man the slot in the team's offense this season.
The Raiders selected Henry Ruggs the first round and Bryan Edwards in Round 3 of this past April's draft with an eye toward adding offensive playmakers to complement returnees like Renfrow, Tyrell Williams and Zay Jones, as well as free-agent addition Nelson Agholor. Renfrow, who finished the 2019 season with 49 catches for 605 yards and four TDs in 13 games, will have plenty of competition for targets this year, but as long as he's the team's preferred slot option, he should be able to retain a decent floor in PPR formats.
Renfrow caught six of nine targets for 102 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 16-15 loss to the Broncos.
With the Raiders shorthanded at receiver, Renfrow went off Sunday and nearly gave the Raiders a win in their final game representing Oakland. Down a score with only seconds remaining, the 5-foot-9 Renfrow high-pointed a 28-yard pass from Derek Carr and wrestled it away mid-air from Isaac Yiadom. He scored three plays later. The rookie receiver showed a lot of promise down the stretch with back-to-back games of over 100 yards and a touchdown to end the season, his only two 100-yard games of the campaign.
Renfrow hauled in seven of nine targets for 107 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 16 win over the Chargers.
Renfrow returned from a rib injury to play for the first time in three contests. He showed few signs of rust, as he caught a short slant pass over the middle and outran the Chargers defense for a 56-yard touchdown on the Raiders' fourth play from scrimmage. Though he largely worked underneath after his big play, Renfrow showed the ability to rack up targets while also gaining yards after the catch. He'll look to close his rookie campaign on a strong note in Week 17 against the Broncos.
Renfrow (rib) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chargers after practicing fully Friday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Renfrow, who has missed the Raiders' last three games, is slated to re-join the team's pass-catching and punt return mix Week 16. Prior to suffering his rib injury, Renfrow made a fantasy mark in PPR formats while operating as the Raiders' slot man, compiling a 36-296-2 stat line through 11 contests. He'll look to pick up where he left off against a Chargers squad that has dropped four if its last five outings
Renfrow (rib) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Renfrow's reps were capped for the second straight day, but he told Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area after the session that he expects to put an end to a three-game absence Sunday versus the Chargers. If Renfrow's prediction comes to pass and he suits up this weekend, he'll likely be forced to play through some pain while he deals with the residual effects of a fractured rib. The Raiders will see what Renfrow is able to do at Friday's practice before assessing his odds of playing in Los Angeles.
Renfrow (ribs) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Renfrow concluded last week as a limited participant in practice, but he ultimately missed a third consecutive game in the Raiders' loss to the Jaguars. The rookie fifth-round pick said Monday that he expects he'll be ready for this weekend's tilt with the Chargers, though he'll likely need to advance to full participant by Friday to ensure his availability.
Renfrow (ribs) is expected to play Week 16 against the Chargers, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
Renfrow missed the last three games after being injured in Week 12, but it appears his absence is about to come to an end. Renfrow was able to practice on a limited basis last Thursday and "looked great," so as long as he's able to do at least the same this week, he should be good to go for Week 16.
Renfrow (ribs) won't play Sunday against the Jaguars, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
With Renfrow -- who last played in Week 12 -- still out, Tyrell Williams and Zay Jones should headline the Raiders' wide-receiver corps once again. Keelan Doss and Rico Gafford are also in the mix for added snaps.
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|2||Mon 09/21||vs NO||W 34-24||3||37||12.3||17||0|
|3||Sun 09/27||@ NE||L 20-36||6||84||14.0||26||1|
|4||Sun 10/04||vs BUF||L 23-30||5||57||11.4||37||0|
|5||Sun 10/11||@ KC||W 40-32||1||42||42.0||42||0|
|7||Sun 10/25||vs TB||L 20-45||4||42||10.5||15||0|
|8||Sun 11/01||@ CLE||W 16-6||4||26||6.5||11||1|
|9||Sun 11/08||@ LAC||W 31-26||2||60||30.0||53||0|
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|11||Sun 11/22||vs KC||L 31-35||2||37||18.5||21||0|
|12||Sun 11/29||@ ATL||L 6-43||7||73||10.4||19||0|
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