WR - WAS
This Week Outlook
Steven Sims Jr. caught three of four targets for 33 yards and a touchdown with a four-yard rush in a 31-23 loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday night.
Sims Jr. was able to find the end zone against the Buccaneers, notching his second touchdown of the season to give Washington its only passing touchdown on Saturday. The team will prepare to head into the offseason and will need to address its receiving corps, a potential area that could be improved through the upcoming draft and free agency.
Washington WR Steven Sims caught one pass for five yards in Sunday's win over the 49ers.
It was another quiet outing for Sims, who has battled through injury this season and never quite lived up to expectations following a nice end to his 2019 season. He has no fantasy relevance at this point in time.
Washington wide receiver Steven Sims caught four of his six targets for 17 yards in Monday's win over the Steelers.
Through eight games, Sims has caught 20 of his 25 targets for 191 yards and one touchdown. He isn't worth rostering in even the deepest redraft formats.
Washington wide receiver Steven Sims caught his only target for eight yards in Thursday's win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Sims played just 13 offensive snaps on Thursday and is not a reliable option even in deeper formats, especially with Dontrelle Inman returning from injury this week.
Washington wide receiver Steven Sims caught all three of his targets for 13 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Sims only played 20 snaps on offense on Sunday, but he managed to find the end zone and caught Alex Smith's only touchdown pass on the day. Sims has missed time this season due to a toe injury and now has 15 receptions on 18 targets for 166 yards and a touchdown in six games.