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This Week Outlook
Kalif Raymond failed to catch his only target on Sunday as the Titans beat the Jaguars by a 31-10 score in Week 14 action.
Raymond has only seen two targets since Week 8 and has struggled to move up the depth chart for the Titans. The 26-year-old wide receiver can be left on the waiver wire by fantasy owners.
Kalif Raymond catches his only target for 11 yards on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Bengals by a 31-20 score in Week 8 action.
Raymond remains too low on the depth chart to be worth owning in fantasy leagues. The 26-year-old wide receiver now has nine catches for 187 yards on the season.
Kalif Raymond caught three of four targets for 32 yards on Sunday as the Titans beat the Texans in overtime by a 42-36 score in Week 6 action.
With Corey Davis out in Week 6, it gave Raymond an opportunity to move up to third on the depth chart for the Titans. Davis should be back in Week 7 and expect Raymond's targets to disappear and can be left on the waiver wire.
Kalif Raymond caught both of his targets for a total of 26 yards in Week 5 against Buffalo by a 42-16 score.
Raymond picked up the start on Tuesday and looked to have a big role with fellow receivers Corey Davis (COVID-19) and Adam Humphries (COVID-19) absent. But the 26-year-old receiver only saw two passes. Raymond may get another start in Week 6 but is only worth owning in deeper fantasy leagues.
Kalif Raymond caught tall three of his targets for 118 yards on Sunday as the Titans beat the Vikings by a 31-30 score on Sunday in Week 3 action.
Raymond had been virtually nonexistent in the Titans passing game coming into Sunday but had a big 61-yard reception. With A.J. Brown out with an injury, Raymond should continue to see playing time but will not see enough targets to be worth owning in fantasy.