WR - SF
This Week Outlook
Trent Taylor caught 1-of-4 targets for nine yards during the 49ers' 17-34 loss to the Packers in Week 9.
With the top-four options in the 49ers' passing game forced to miss Thursday's game for various reasons, many expected Taylor an uptick in usage. That was not the case, however, as Taylor took a backseat to Richie James and Ross Dwelley, hauling in only 25 percent of his targets. With Kendrick Bourne (Reserve/COVID-19) and Brandon Aiyuk (Reserve/COVID-19) likely back in Week 10, Taylor does not carry much fantasy value.
Trent Taylor hauled in 3-of-4 targets for 32 yards during the 49ers' 27-37 loss to the Seahawks in Week 8.
With the 49ers' chasing points for much of the game, Taylor saw increased usage. Despite the fact that his four catches and 32 yards are season highs, Taylor has been too inconsistent to garner fantasy recommendation, though he could see an uptick in usage with Deebo Samuel (hamstring) and now George Kittle (foot) banged up.
Trent Taylor caught 1-of-2 targets for eight yards during the 49ers' Week 6 win over the Rams.
Taylor is an afterthought in this passing game now that everyone is fully healthy and has only posted six catches for 45 yards on the season. He is not a fantasy relevant option at the moment.
Trent Taylor failed to haul in his lone target during the 49ers' 20-25 loss to the Eagles on Sunday night.
Taylor has failed to produce a fantasy friendly stat line one time this season and is currently not on the fantasy radar. He should remain on the waiver wire.
Trent Taylor secured his only target for 20 yards during the 49ers' Week 3 victory over the Giants' on Sunday.
Even with all of the injuries currently plaguing the 49ers' passing game, Taylor failed to take advantage of the increased opportunity. He operated behind Brandon Aiyuk, Kendrick Bourne, Jordan Reed, Ross Dwelley and each of the 49ers' two running backs in this one and is currently not a recommended fantasy option.