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WR - PHI
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WR - CAR
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Player Game Logs Comparison
  Jalen ReagorJ. Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Curtis SamuelC. Samuel
WR - CAR
Curtis Samuel
2020 Schedule 
Week 1 at WAS vs. LV
Week 2 vs. LAR at TB
Week 3 vs. CIN at LAC
Week 4 at SF vs. ARI
Week 5 at PIT at ATL
Week 6 vs. BAL vs. CHI
Week 7 vs. NYG at NO
Week 8 vs. DAL vs. ATL
Week 9BYE WEEK at KC
Week 10 at NYG vs. TB
Week 11 at CLE vs. DET
Week 12 vs. SEA at MIN
Week 13 at GBBYE WEEK
Week 14 vs. NO vs. DEN
Week 15 at ARI at GB
Week 16 at DAL at WAS
Week 17 vs. WAS vs. NO
Player Projections Comparison
  Jalen ReagorJ. Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Curtis SamuelC. Samuel
WR - CAR
Curtis Samuel
Receiving
   
Receptions50.645.8
Rec Yards661.8553.6
Rec TDs4.24.0
   
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts1.915.3
Rush Yards11.5109.5
Rush TDs0.11.0
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points91.695.8
   
Player Fantasy Points Comparison
  Jalen ReagorJ. Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Curtis SamuelC. Samuel
WR - CAR
Curtis Samuel
2019 Points 
Week 13.2
Week 29.3
Week 311.3
Week 43.3
Week 54.4
Week 619.8
Week 7
Week 84.6
Week 913.4
Week 109.5
Week 112.5
Week 124.9
Week 1312.5
Week 144.2
Week 1511.4
Week 162.1
Week 171.3
Total0.0117.7
Average7.4
Player Targets Comparison
  Jalen ReagorJ. Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Curtis SamuelC. Samuel
WR - CAR
Curtis Samuel
2019 Targets 
Week 14
Week 213
Week 37
Week 47
Week 56
Week 66
Week 7
Week 811
Week 96
Week 108
Week 116
Week 124
Week 137
Week 144
Week 157
Week 165
Week 174
Notes for Player Combination
  Jalen ReagorJ. Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Curtis SamuelC. Samuel
WR - CAR
Curtis Samuel
Expert 
Draft Engine
Draft Engine
 Samuel failed to surpass five receptions in any game last season, and a 91-yard effort in Week 2 marked the only time he eclipsed 70 receiving yards. With Carolina signing Robby Anderson in March to a two-year, 20 million contract, it's no guarantee that Samuel remains the third option in the Panthers' passing game behind Christian McCaffrey and D.J. Moore.
Ben Wasley
The Fantasy First Down
Jalen Reagor looks like he may be the Eagles slot receiver but I'm not entirely sure that's his strength. He's small, runs mediocre routes and profiles as more of a DJax-style deep threat. While that's fine in isolation, the Eagles already have two good outside receivers meaning Reagor may be forced into the slot. Alshon Jeffery starting on the PUP list will give Reagor a great opportunity to start off the season but Jeffery will still play in front of him when healthy. Reagor's injury makes life even harder for the rookie as he'll have less time to stake his claim. When you consider the Eagles gave their tight ends and running backs an astonishing 349 targets last season, it's hard to see space for Reagor behind big names like Ertz, Goedert and Sanders in the middle of the field. Reagor is a gamble that's starting to look more worthwhile but don't get caught up in the hype and reach for him as he's unlikely to be a league winner once he returns from injury.Curtis Samuel was everyone's favorite breakout prospect last season and although he didn't reach the lofty expectations some had for him, a WR36 finish was still solid for a player with a limited skill set. With the addition of Robby Anderson, Samuel's target share is in for a major reduction and the talk he may be on the trade block is an even worse sign. While the Panthers will have to throw a lot, Samuel is at best the 4th receiver in this offense and that limits his upside.
Dan Harris
FantasyPros
Reagor sustained a shoulder injury on August 30th and although the word is that he'll avoid surgery, he's reportedly likely to miss about four weeks. Prior to the injury, Reagor was set to be a value in drafts, as Alshon Jeffery's injury and a lack of reliable receiving options outside DeSean Jackson had him set to see a significant role. The timetable for his return is far from certain, but given that Reagor is a rookie and hasn't had any preseason contests to experience the speed of an NFL game, fantasy managers shouldn't count on production for him at the outset even after he returns. That's especially true given that he won't have as much time to benefit from Jeffery's likely absence to start the season. All in all, Reagor is a bench stash currently, but be prepared to be unable to use him for fantasy purposes for at least several weeks into the season. 
Mike Tagliere
FantasyPros
It was a shock to see the Eagles pass on Justin Jefferson to select Reagor because Jefferson seemed tailormade for their offense, but that doesn't make Reagor a bad choice. In fact, he was my No. 3 receiver in this draft class behind only Jerry Jeudy and CeeDee Lamb. He's a very explosive player who can play all over the field and create yards after the catch. Knowing that Marquise Goodwin opted out, Alshon Jeffery looks likely to start on the PUP list, and DeSean Jackson turning 34 years old, Reagor might lead this team's wide receivers in targets. All we've heard this offseason is that Reagor is "everything the Eagles thought he'd be and more." You can read my scouting report on him here. If Jeffery does, in fact, start out the season on the PUP list, Reagor is someone I'm willing to draft with one of my first bench spots, as he has 100-target potential. I can make the case for him to be a WR3 in fantasy, but you don't want to erase all equity. *Update* Reagor suffered an injury during training camp and may be out for a month, which would extend two weeks into the regular season. Stay tuned for more updates on his injury.There are a lot of analysts making excuses for Samuel's poor production last year, stating that his quarterback play was atrocious. While I don't disagree, there are plenty of wide receivers who've had bad quarterback play but managed to be useful. Samuel's 0.96 yards per route run in 2019 ranked dead last among the 157 wide receivers with at least 100 targets over the last five years. Heck, his teammate D.J. Moore was able to finish as the WR18. Based on the targets Samuel received and where they took place, he should have finished as the WR16. Look, I'm not saying Samuel is as bad as he was in 2019, but for him to become a reliable fantasy player, he'd have to overcome the fact that he's now the fourth-best target in the offense, behind McCaffrey, Moore, and Anderson. The Panthers also tried shopping Samuel this offseason, but ultimately held onto him. He's someone to look at during bye weeks when the Panthers are double-digit underdogs. Outside of that, you're just looking for an injury to him to become anything more than a WR5-type option.
Elliot Berkovits
Packer Report
Of all the rookie WR's, Reagor is the one I think has the chance to make the biggest impact in year one. The Eagles have a deep WR room but it's filled with injury-prone veterans like Alshon Jeffrey and DeSean Jackson who are unlikely to make it through 16 games. I wouldn't reach for Reagor but I like him as a bench stash with high upside.Leading up to the 2019 season, all anyone wanted to talk about was Curtis Samuel and how he would be the WR to own in Carolina. Well, that didn't exactly work out. It was D.J. Moore who stole the spotlight and now the Panthers went out and signed deep threat Robby Anderson. I like Samuel as a talent but I don't think there will be enough targets to go around to make him a reliable weekly starter.
Kyle Yates
FantasyPros
Jalen Reagor lands in a great spot here in Philadelphia with a top-tier QB in Carson Wentz. While Reagor may be relegated to schemed touches in year one, he'll most likely step into the DeSean Jackson role in 2021. You may have to wait a while for Reagor to truly hit, but he has the talent and draft capital to make an impact for fantasy football.Samuel's got the talent to be a factor for fantasy football, but it simply hasn't translated to on-the-field production. Now, Samuel has competition for targets with Robby Anderson in town and there's a chance that Samuel is fourth on this team in targets. With that being the case, Samuel's unlikely to return consistent fantasy production this season.
Seth Miller
Crossroads Fantasy Football
Let's take a moment to stat out the Eagles offense. The good news: They've never gone below 564 ATT with Pederson at the helm. The bad news: when you stat it out Ertz - 120 Goedert - 75, if you think 195 targets is too much for the position they had 222 last year and Goedert isn't going anywhere Alshon - 100. He paced for more last year but pretty easy to assume injury Sanders - 65. And that's a modest total. He had 63 last year DJax - 65. Could be modest as well but trying to make a point. That's 425 Targets, redistribute them how you want but I think the number for that group is fair. You've probably realized that still leaves AT LEAST 139 targets! I didn't bother statting out the smaller pieces but the RB as whole generally AVGs closer to 100 targets with Doug, Arcega-Whiteside lurks, another 75 potential targets disappearing. I have nothing against Reagor, but the idea that he's challenging for WR1 in dynasty and will some kind of steal in redraft feels questionable to me. 75 targets year 1 would be a win IMO, not a ton of fantasy relevance for that though. Crossroads Point: You just based your whole argument on numbers you made up, SethIf I told you this WR had 108/1236/11 would you be interested? Now what if I told you that was in 3 years? Has trended upwards for 3 years in a row. Deep targets were infamously inaccurate last year. That made him rather terrible for fantasy football. He was miscast, running a 9 route over 1/4 of the time That situation has now been rectified with the addition of Robby Anderson. I think Samuel's chances at fading into a WR3 forever are just as likely as some kind of breakout. Most players don't have a Devante Parker like resurgence after years of being mediocre. They turn into Phillip Dorsett, an 83rd percentile sparq-x athlete who had greater college production and breakout age than Samuel, while also being a 4.3 guy we just can't let go of. However, I went back to watch all his deep incomplete passes myself for 2019. The majority were inaccurate. Sometimes the QB had to release the ball early because of the rush. Others, Samuel was out positioned, or not big enough to go up and get it. He also some just flat drops, but all of those happening were in the minority of what was happening on his deep looks. Fighting for targets underneath with DJ Moore will be no easier than trying to catch deep passes from Kyle Allen, but he'll at least have more accurate balls coming from Teddy Bridgewater, while having great, to elite numbers against man coverage 2 years in a row to give himself a great opportunity in this new offense.
Kevin Wheeler
Draftwize
 After Cam Newton was injured, Panthers WRs saw a catchable deep ball on only 25% of targets (14/56), via PFF. During Teddy Bridgewater's five starts, Saints WRs saw catchable deep balls on 62% of targets (8/13). @pat_thorman
Wolf of Roto Street
Roto Street Journal
 Joe Brady preaches speed and getting it in space... and Curtis Samuel might just be the perfect man for the job. Back aboard the hype train, even with Robby A added.