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  Tyler Boyd
WR - CIN
Tyler Boyd
Jarvis Landry
WR - CLE
Jarvis Landry
 
 
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Best Rank# 14# 12-
Worst Rank# 46# 54-
    
Fantasy Points 
    
Season Total145.1136.1-
Avg Game10.48.5-
Avg Projection134.1120.5-
    
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  Tyler Boyd
WR - CIN
Tyler Boyd
Jarvis Landry
WR - CLE
Jarvis Landry
2019 Schedule 
Week 1 at SEA vs. TEN
Week 2 vs. SF at NYJ
Week 3 at BUF vs. LAR
Week 4 at PIT at BAL
Week 5 vs. ARI at SF
Week 6 at BAL vs. SEA
Week 7 vs. JACBYE WEEK
Week 8 at LAR at NE
Week 9BYE WEEK at DEN
Week 10 vs. BAL vs. BUF
Week 11 at OAK vs. PIT
Week 12 vs. PIT vs. MIA
Week 13 vs. NYJ at PIT
Week 14 at CLE vs. CIN
Week 15 vs. NE at ARI
Week 16 at MIA vs. BAL
Week 17 vs. CLE at CIN
  Tyler Boyd
WR - CIN
Tyler Boyd
Jarvis Landry
WR - CLE
Jarvis Landry
Receiving
   
Receptions77.172.8
Rec Yards997.8860.4
Rec TDs5.85.1
   
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts1.03.5
Rush Yards3.430.9
Rush TDs0.00.3
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points134.1120.5
   
  Tyler Boyd
WR - CIN
Tyler Boyd
Jarvis Landry
WR - CLE
Jarvis Landry
2018 Points 
Week 12.610.6
Week 215.16.9
Week 319.712.3
Week 410.09.4
Week 54.46.9
Week 618.21.1
Week 72.715.7
Week 819.63.9
Week 95.0
Week 106.52.2
Week 117.1
Week 1214.53.0
Week 139.710.3
Week 145.221.1
Week 159.83.7
Week 167.8
Week 1716.2
  Tyler Boyd
WR - CIN
Tyler Boyd
Jarvis Landry
WR - CLE
Jarvis Landry
2018 Targets 
Week 1515
Week 297
Week 3714
Week 41510
Week 5711
Week 6910
Week 7415
Week 81012
Week 97
Week 1045
Week 1111
Week 1285
Week 1389
Week 1464
Week 1558
Week 168
Week 179
  Tyler Boyd
WR - CIN
Tyler Boyd
Jarvis Landry
WR - CLE
Jarvis Landry
Expert 
Dan Harris
FantasyPros
The casual fantasy owner probably thinks that Boyd's breakout in 2018 was because of A.J. Green's injury. But Boyd was nearly as productive with Green on the field. Either way, Green is already battling an injury that will force him to miss multiple games, so Boyd should see plenty of targets. There's little else in the Bengals' receiving group, so particularly early in the season, Boyd should be highly productive.Landry was a disappointment last year, though it's worth noting that his average depth of target was significantly higher than he averaged with the Dolphins. But after Freddie Kitchens took over, Landry's target share was relatively minimal-about 20%-when you consider that he was legitimately the only game in town. But the upside is that with Odell Beckham Jr. in tow and Nick Chubb looking like a breakout candidate, defenses likely won't focus nearly as much on Landry. That puts him at roughly a WR3 with WR2 upside, but there seems to be little chance for stardom.
Derek Lofland
FantasyPros
Boyd had a breakout year with 1,026 yards receiving and 7 receiving touchdowns. He should be a WR3 with upside in a new offense this year.Landry should be much more efficient with WR OBJ there to take the defensive attention off of him. He is a WR3 talent that should be much more productive if he is allowed to play in the slot.
Michael Petropoulos
BRoto Fantasy
Tyler Boyd was a stud last year and I don't really understand his ADP. In 14 games last season he totaled 1028 yards and 7 TDs on 108 targets. He became a consistent weekly WR2 and he was also utilized in the red zone. I called Robert Woods last season as a must have WR at ADP. Boyd is my 2019 Woods.Landry finally does not have to be the oft targeted WR1. Only produced 81/976 on 148 targets, grossly inefficient. Was 40th in yards after the catch, which is supposed to be his forte. Was a WR3 despite receiving the 7th most targets of all receivers last season. Should be decent but the ceiling isn't there.
Jason Petropoulos
BRoto Fantasy
Andy Dalton's True Throw Value last season before getting hurt was .481. That puts him above league average and sandwiches him between Kirk Cousins and Aaron Rodgers. If we look at QBs in a similar TTV tier, we see Cousins - who supported Theilen and Diggs, Rodgers - Who supported Adams and Allison/MVS, then Newton and Brady, two guys who don't necessarily support two startable WRs at this stage in their career. It's going to come down to target share for Tyler Boyd (Which will obviously be effected by AJ Green's health).Jarvis Landry underwhelmed entirely last season, checking in at 11th in True Target Value but failing to be anything more than a fringe WR3. If he's more efficient this season, he will return value. However, there is certainly a valid argument to be made that he's just been a volume-based WR throughout his career.
Bart Wheeler
Hail to Fantasy Football
 I actually think Baker might be able to support two top-12 WRs. Now with Duke Johnson gone, I think some of those targets could go to Jarvis. He's creeping back near my top-20 WRs.
Bobby Sylvester
FantasyPros
Boyd just signed a four-year extension with the Bengals which means Zac Taylor must have big plans for him. A.J. Green is still the number one and will be back within a handful of weeks and Andy Dalton can only create so many fantasy points, but Boyd is a strong bet to finish as a WR3.Landry saw 149 targets last year and did next to nothing with them. Now that Odell Beckham is in town, Landry should become nothing more than a weekly flex play.
Mike Tagliere
FantasyPros
It's like everyone forgot how good A.J. Green is/was and now he's dropping down draft boards while Boyd is skyrocketing up them. It's not to say Boyd will return to the waiver wire fodder he was his first two seasons in the league where he scored 15 PPR points just twice in 26 games, but he's not going to return to the player who saw seven or more targets in 9-of-14 games with Green back in the lineup. Do we really believe Andy Dalton can support two consistent top-24 receivers? That's what you're banking on with Boyd, because we know Green will be there if healthy. The only time Dalton has produced two top-30 receivers was in 2014, when Green missed three games, allowing Mohamed Sanu to finish as the WR29. It's not to say it's not possible Boyd takes a leap in the new offense, but he's being drafted at/near his ceiling without a Green injuryDespite no Josh Gordon and no Odell Beckham Jr. on the team last year, Landry finished as the WR19 despite playing all 16 games and seeing 149 targets. That was the eighth-most targets among receivers and the 27th-most points per game. Not exactly efficient, and Freddie Kitchens actually dialed back his targets when he took over. With Beckham in the mix, look for Landry to move down into the 120-target range, which is still valuable, but he's more of a WR3 than he is a WR2
Sean Koerner
The Action Network
 could benefit from Odell. Baker spreads ball around
Nick Zylak
Fantasy Football Advice
I will not be drafting Tyler Boyd this season. His ADP is a bit too high for the third option in an Andy Dalton offense. A.J. Green is back, Mixon will get his touches...and I expect John Ross to at least take a small step forward this season. If you like Boyd then you better be drafting Andy Dalton, because the only way Boyd pays off his ADP is if Dalton goes off.Landry is an extremely safe pick, but he lacks any real upside unless injuries were to occur. Landry has a career 10.4 yards per reception, and has been held to 5 or fewer TD's in 4/5 years. Of course anyone could get lucky, but it's less than ideal drafting players who need luck to pay off. The addition of Odell is great for the offense, will sustain drives, and lead to more TD's. So while he's likely to see less overall targets, it might not be that many less, and there will be the most scoring opportunities he's seen in his career. I'm ok drafting Landry in full and half PPR leagues, but I would avoid him in leagues that still use standard scoring. He's not a target, but also not an avoid. Just a guy you can draft if the value presents itself.