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This Week Outlook
Josh Reynolds caught 3-of-4 targets for 65 yards in a 32-18 divisional round loss to the Packers.
Reynolds saw just four targets in this one, but led all Rams receivers with 65 yards with Cooper Kupp (knee) inactive. Reynolds had some solid games this season, but he shouldn't be considered anything more than a WR4/5 next season as a deep league flier.
Josh Reynolds hauled in 4-of-6 targets for 29 yards during the Rams win over the Cardinals in Week 17.
Reynolds acted as the de facto number two option in the passing game with Cooper Kupp sitting out due to landing on the COVID list. He final line is pretty disappointing but considering Jared Goff (thumb) was out as well, it makes sense. He'll look to improve in the Rams wildcard game next weekend.
Josh Reynolds hauled in 6-of-10 targets for 65 yards and added an additional five yards on his lone rush attempt during the Rams 9-20 loss to the Seahawks in Week 16.
Reynolds led the team in targets and operated ahead of Robert Woods in this one. He's a bit too inconsistent to warrant every week fantasy consideration but he certainly has a path to value in this offense. He'll be on the WR4 radar in Week 17 vs. the Cardinals.
Josh Reynolds hauled in both of his targets for nine yards during the Rams' 20-23 loss to the Jets in Week 15.
After a nice stretch over the middle of the season, Reynolds has basically been nonexistent over the last couple of weeks. The Rams' surprisingly run-heavy approach has lowered the ceiling on everyone in the passing game and there simply isn't enough volume left outside of Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. He won't be a recommended fantasy option in Week 16.
Josh Reynolds hauled in 1-of-2 targets for six yards during the Rams' 24-3 win over the Patriots' in Week 14.
After seeing five or more targets for a span of six straight games, Reynolds has now only seen a total of three targets over the last two weeks. Thursday's performance was a product of the passing game not being asked to do much, though he is clearly not someone you want to rely on for production, especially in the fantasy playoffs. Truth is, Jared Goff and this Rams' passing attack isn't as potent as it once was and doesn't have enough room to support a third wide receiver outside of Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. Reynolds can be left on waivers for the duration of the fantasy playoffs.