WR - CIN
This Week Outlook
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd caught one pass for a one-yard gain in a 38-3 loss to the Ravens in Week 17. He added an 11-yard rush.
Boyd missed the previous week with a concussion. The veteran slot man finishes the year with 79 receptions for 841 yards and four TDs. He should have a big year in 2021 if Joe Burrow is able to return to form after his knee injury.
Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (concussion) is expected to play in Sunday's Week 17 contest against the Ravens, per HC Zac Taylor.
Boyd was a limited participant throughout practice this week, but is expected to play in Week 17. He has been sidelined with a concussion since exiting early in Week 15's upset win over the Steelers. Boyd is expected to be the Bengals top wideout and currently 91st among all wideouts in the latest expert consensus rankings. Expect that number to rise now that the 26-year-old WR is all systems go for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
Tyler Boyd, who missed Week 16 with a concussion, was able to get in a limited practice on Wednesday.
Boyd is still technically in the league's concussion protocol but a limited practice on Wednesday is a positive sign. He's got a chance to be active for the Bengals' season finale on Sunday against the Ravens.
Bengals WR Tyler Boyd has been ruled out for Week 16 and remains in the NFL's concussion protocol.
With Boyd sidelined for what is championship week in most leagues, It's going to be hard to trust the Bengals' passing attack. A favorable matchup with a Houston D/ST that can't stop anyone gives Tee Higgins WR3 value with upside and brings A.J. Green into the FLEX conversation if you're desperate.
Bengals' WR Tyler Boyd (concussion) won't practice on Thursday.
Boyd is in concussion protocol and will miss his second consecutive practice. Unless he's able to participate in Friday's practice, his status for Sunday's game against the Texans is in doubt. If Boyd is unable to suit up, look for Tee Higgins and A.J. Green to lead the Bengals' WR corps for Week 16.