WR - KC
Week 17 Outlook
Jeremy Maclin has quiet night against Steelers
Jeremy Maclin caught two of his four targets for 28 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.
This was a down year for Maclin, as he battled a groin injury earlier in the year and never topped more than 82 yards receiving in any game this season. Tight end Travis Kelce has already surpassed him as the number one receiving target for quarterback Alex Smith, and speedster Tyreek Hill has been taking targets from him for the past few months now. Maclin will need to prove that he is healthy heading into next season in order for him to be relevant for fantasy owners, and even then he may only be a WR3 or flex option, at best.
Jeremy Maclin returns to old form vs. Titans
Jeremy Maclin caught six of seven passes for 82 yards versus the Titans. It was his first meaningful action since suffering a groin injury that sidelined him for most of the year.
Just as Maclin returns to fantasy viability, he faces the stingy Broncos' defense in week 16.
Jeremy Maclin quiet in return to action
Jeremy Maclin returned on TNF after missing a few games due to injury. He hauled in 1 of 3 targets for 16 yards.
Since the mid-season emergence of Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill, Maclin is seeing fewer targets and has significantly diminished fantasy value.
Jeremy Maclin (groin) will play on Thursday Night Football
Jeremy Maclin will play on Thursday Night Football despite missing the previous four games with a groin injury.
Jeremy Maclin's return doesn't return him as Alex Smith's usual number one target on offense. Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce have dominated targets and touches with Maclin out. We'd still leave Hill as a high-upside WR3 and Maclin as a low-floor WR4 even in a favorable matchup against the Raiders.
Jeremy Maclin 'optimistic' to play in TNF
Jeremy Maclin could play this Thursday night after missing the last four games with a groin injury. Adam Schefter is reporting that the Kansas City Chiefs are "optimistic" that Maclin will be able to play.
Maclin has been a disappointing fantasy asset to many owners this season, but his talent and ceiling cannot be ignored. Maclin still should not be started until his status becomes more clear, but this does hurt the production of other Chiefs WRs like Hill and Wilson.
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