WR - LAC
This Week Outlook
Chargers WR Jalen Guyton had three receptions for 43 yards in the Chargers' 19-16 win over the Broncos.
Guyton received five targets but didn't go off despite the absence of Keenan Allen. Guyton is primarily a down-field threat that is worthy of being rostered in dynasty formats. It is possible that his role in the offense expands next season as he's developed a strong rapport with Justin Herbert after totaling 511 yards in his second NFL season through 15 games this year.
Chargers WR Jalen Guyton caught four passes for 91 yards in the Chargers' 30-27 overtime win over the Raiders in Week 15.
With Keenan Allen and Mike Williams dealing with injuries, Guyton stepped up and delivered one of his best games this season. Known primarily as a speedster and deep threat, he caught a 53-yard pass, his third 50-yard catch this season. He likely won't be able to replicate these numbers against the Broncos next week after notching only one catch for three yards in their first meeting this season. He remains a deep stash in redraft and dynasty leagues unless Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are ruled out for Week 16.
Chargers WR Jaylen Guyton had one reception for four yards in the Chargers' Week 11 win over the Jets.
Guyton is the homerun hitter of the Chargers offense but with Justin Herbert targeting Keenan Allen all afternoon, he didn't take as many shots downfield. He'll be a boom-or-bust WR5 against the Bills in Week 12.
Chargers WR Jalen Guyton caught 4-of-6 targets for 24 scoreless yards in the Chargers' Week 10 loss to the Dolphins.
Guyton is typically used as a homerun hitter to stretch the field, but he worked within the seams in Week 10. The second-year pro set a new career-high with four receptions, and he'll face the Jets in Week 11. He remains a viable stash in dynasty formats.
Los Angeles Chargers WR Jalen Guyton had two catches for 84 yards and a score in the Chargers 39-29 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Guyton was on the receiving end of his second touchdown from 70+ yards this season and has established himself as a true deep threat in his rookie season. Guyton is a solid hold in dynasty formats but does not see enough volume to warrant starting in redraft formats. Through six games this season, Guyton's caught eight passes for 258 yards and three touchdowns.