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Player Game Logs Comparison
 
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
2020 Schedule 
Week 1 at CAR at WAS
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Week 3 at NE vs. CIN
Week 4 vs. BUF at SF
Week 5 at KC at PIT
Week 6BYE WEEK vs. BAL
Week 7 vs. TB vs. NYG
Week 8 at CLE vs. DAL
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Week 10 vs. DEN at NYG
Week 11 vs. KC at CLE
Week 12 at ATL vs. SEA
Week 13 at NYJ at GB
Week 14 vs. IND vs. NO
Week 15 vs. LAC at ARI
Week 16 vs. MIA at DAL
Week 17 at DEN vs. WAS
Player Projections Comparison
 
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Receiving
   
Receptions55.150.6
Rec Yards768.1661.8
Rec TDs4.74.2
   
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts3.71.9
Rush Yards24.511.5
Rush TDs0.10.1
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points106.391.6
   
Player Fantasy Points Comparison
 
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
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Player Targets Comparison
 
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
2019 Targets 
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Notes for Player Combination
 
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor
WR - PHI
Expert 
Draft Engine
Draft Engine
Believed to be the fastest player at any position selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, Ruggs is in the Tyreek Hill/John Ross class when it comes to pure long speed. With his route tree being somewhat limited after spending the past couple of seasons at Alabama either stretching the field or getting the ball on quick screens, he's likely to be a boom-or-bust fantasy option as a rookie in 2020. 
Bart Wheeler
Hail to Fantasy Football
All Raiders WRs get a bump up with Tyrell Williams out for the season. 
Ben Wasley
The Fantasy First Down
This new Raiders offense has a lot of weapons. Josh Jacobs will do most of the hard work on the ground and that's the key to this offence but through the air there are targets aplenty. Darren Waller, Tyrell Williams, Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards, Hunter Renfrow, Lynn Bowden, Jalen Richard and Devontae Booker will all have a chance to be involved so that really limits the upside for the rookie deep threat. The news that Ruggs may start in the slot gives him far more upside but as a rookie, he's still likely to be limited in his rookie season.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.
Dan Harris
FantasyPros
You know the Raiders are excited about Ruggs, drafting him as the first receiver off the board. It's going to be tough for any rookie receiver to succeed this year given the lack of preseason games, but Ruggs is in a good situation all things considered. His incredible speed (he scored a touchdown on a quarter of his receptions in college) should play well with Derek Carr, so there should be plenty of short routes where Ruggs can simply let his wheels do the work after the catch. In other words, chemistry with Carr may not be quite as important as it would be with other rookie wide receivers given Ruggs' likely low average depth of target, so he's an ideal bench receiver to stash and see what he can do early in the year.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 appears that the Raiders will start by using Ruggs in the slot, which makes more sense than most realize. He's fast, sure. However, that's not his best attribute. He's slippery in the open field, takes great angles and utilizes his speed to get away from defenders. The best thing to do is get Ruggs the ball in his hands and let him create. Did you know that Jerry Jeudy had more than double the deep-ball receptions that Ruggs did while at Alabama? It's because Ruggs was used a lot on screens and reverses. Putting him in the slot will manufacture touches to get the ball in his hands and let him create. He shouldn't be pigeonholed to the slot, and I don't think he will be, but playing there is not a bad thing. Did you know slot targets are worth 10.8 percent more than perimeter targets? Seriously, I've done the research (can be read here). On top of that, Derek Carr had the lowest average depth of target among quarterbacks last year, so should love someone like Ruggs who creates after the catch. When a team spends a No. 12 overall pick on someone, they're going to find ways to get him the ball, so finding out the slot is his primary home makes you feel better about his potential in year one. I'd say his floor should be around 70 targets with a ceiling of 100 targets. He should also get some carries mixed in. Because of that combined with his one-play upside, he's worth WR3 consideration. Fortunately, you don't have to use a high pick on him, as he's going around the 11th-12th round. Even if you reach a round or two, I don't think you'll be disappointed if you have him on your roster as a WR4 with tremendous weekly upside.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.
Elliot Berkovits
Packer Report
Maybe the most electrifying player from this year's draft class, regardless of position, Henry Ruggs finds himself in Oakland which doesn't seem like the best possible fit for his skill set. Ruggs has elite speed which should be utilized deep down the field but Derek Carr has never been known as someone who throws many deep balls. Even still, Ruggs is supremely talented and will have some huge games but expect there to be more down weeks than up.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.
Kyle Yates
FantasyPros
Henry Ruggs going first off the board was a bit of a shocker to the Las Vegas Raiders, but he fits this offense perfectly and will step in and assume the Tyrell Williams role. This offense now has a bit more competition for targets than it did last year, but Ruggs is still going to have an impact for fantasy football. He won't be a steady week in and week out contributor, most likely, but he's someone you can plug into your lineup every week to bring tremendous upside. His pre-draft ranking in my system of WR2 has him still up here towards the top of the board.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.
Wolf of Roto Street
Roto Street Journal
Immediately could slide in for WR1 volume... but Carr is a major concern as a risk-averse thrower. 
Seth Miller
Crossroads Fantasy Football
Derek Carr on attempts 20+ yards: 18/48 568 yards, 4TDs Ranks among QBs that started at least 4 games Deep% - 30th, percentage of targets attempted 20 yards or more downfield DATT - 25th ADJ% - 17th  the % of aimed passes thrown on target (completions + drops / aimed) Passer Rating - 17thLet'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, Seth