WR - SF
This Week Outlook
Jauan Jennings caught three passes for 31 yards in Thursday night's 21-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Jennings wasn't very productive on Thursday. He only caught three passes on the course of the night and failed to do anything exceptionally well with them. He's had some decent games at various points this season, but he should not be trusted starting in the remaining weeks of the fantasy playoffs.
Jauan Jennings hauled in 1-of-2 targets for five yards in San Francisco's Week 14 win over Tampa Bay.
Jennings was very quiet in the 49ers blowout victory, as he went for just five yards after going for at least 30 yards in each of the previous two weeks. However, with Deebo Samuel seemingly dealing with a high-ankle sprain, Jennings should see his volume rise in the final few games of the regular season. He is worth a look in deeper formats, but will likely need to produce a solid performance versus the Seahawks in Week 15 to truly put himself on the fantasy radar.
Jauan Jennings tallied two receptions and 34 yards on his four targets in a 33-17 win over Miami Sunday.
Jennings was the least targets wide receiver Sunday, behind Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk. The 25-year-old currently only provides fantasy value if either Samuel or Aiyuk are out of the lineup. The 49ers will take on Tampa Bay in Week 14.
Jauan Jennings hauled in 6-of-7 targets for 49 yards and one touchdown in San Francisco's Week 12 victory over New Orleans.
Jennings recorded his first touchdown of the season, and produced new season highs in targets and receptions. He remains unusable for fantasy purposes due to inconsistent volume, as it was just last week where he was held without a catch despite the 49ers scoring 38 points on offense. Jennings will look to post another quality outing versus the Dolphins in Week 13.
Jauan Jennings hauled in all four of his targets for 40 yards in San Francisco's Week 10 win against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Jennings recorded 33 of his 40 yards on a single drive in the final frame, as he played a pivotal role in helping the 49ers take their first lead of the night. He finished second on the team in receptions and yardage, trailing only Brandon Aiyuk. Jennings and Deebo Samuel hadn't seen the field since Week 7, and both players looked healthy this game after the bye week. Nevertheless, Jennings does not see sufficient volume to warrant a roster spot on fantasy rosters.