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This Week Outlook
Tyler Johnson caught one of two targets for 16 yards in a 31-26 win over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game on Sunday.
The rookie wideout hauled in an impressive 16-yard reception to convert a third and long late in Sunday's NFC Championship game to help the Buccaneers return to their first Super Bowl since 2003. Johnson will be the beneficiary of softer coverage heading into the Super Bowl as Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are likely to see double and sometimes triple coverage. Fantasy managers in dynasty leagues should be excited about Johnson's potential based on the athletic catches he has made in big spots for Tampa Bay throughout the season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Tyler Johnson caught his lone target for 15 yards in a 30-20 win against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Round on Sunday.
The rookie came into Sunday's Divisional Round matchup with 12 receptions and two touchdowns on the season but converted his lone target into 15 yards on a spectacular catch late in the game. Johnson might see a few opportunities against the Packers next weekend if the defense opts to eliminate Godwin and Evans in their scheme during the NFC Championship game.
Buccaneers WR Tyler Johnson caught his lone target for a 35-yard gain in Saturday's Week 16 victory over the Lions.
Johnson did his best with his only opportunity. With Tampa Bay healthy at receiver and firing on all cylinders, Johnson is not in pay for fantasy outside of a DFS dart throw.
Buccaneers WR Tyler Johnson failed to catch his lone target in Sunday's Week 12 loss to the Chiefs.
Johnson is buried on Tampa's wide receiver depth chart. He is far off the fantasy radar.
Buccaneers WR Tyler Johnson caught his lone target for an 11 yard gain in Sunday's Week 9 loss to the Saints.
Johnson has played well at times this season on his limited opportunities but Sunday night was not one of his promising games. He will likely be the odd man out while all of Tampa Bay's pass-catching weapons are healthy.