Posted: 9/15/2019 9:09 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd caught all 10 of his targets for 122 yards in Week 2 against the San Francisco 49ers.
Huddle Up: Although he did most of his damage on a 47-yard catch, it's hard to complain about a receiver catching everything thrown his way. Through two weeks, Boyd ranks second in the NFL with 18 catches - pending the game on Monday night. While his volume will take a slight hit when A.J. Green returns, it seems clear Boyd will remain a vital cog in this offense. He should be considered a high-floor WR2 again in Week 3, even in a difficult matchup versus the Buffalo Bills.
Posted: 9/08/2019 8:09 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd caught eight of his 11 targets for 60 yards in a 21-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1.
Huddle Up: John Ross delivered the big plays, but Boyd was a steady part of the passing attack. He should continue to show a WR3 floor as long as A.J. Green is sidelined.
Posted: 7/23/2019 3:07 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd will sign a four-year, $43 million extension, according to league sources. The deal will keep him under contract through 2023.
Huddle Up: It really doesn't mean anything for fantasy purposes, aside from the distraction being behind Boyd. He checks in as a so-so WR2 in fantasy and a much better No. 3 option.
Posted: 5/23/2019 3:05 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd is seeking $10 million per season in his next contract.
Huddle Up: Boyd is in a prove-it year after he posted a 76-1,028-7 season last year, which was largely missed by star receiver A.J. Green. Boyd is a solid WR3 option in fantasy.
Posted: 1/20/2019 1:01 am UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd's 21 receptions of 20-plus yards in 2018 were the seventh most in the NFL.
Huddle Up: Despite missing a couple of games, Boyd topped 1,000 yards for the first time in his career, emerging as a credible No. 2 option across from A.J. Green. Assuming Boyd, Green and Andy Dalton can all stay healthy in 2019, Boyd should at least deliver WR3 production for fantasy owners.
Posted: 1/15/2019 6:01 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) is about two weeks away from being fully recovered from his sprained medial collateral ligament.
Huddle Up: When they're full go, Boyd and A.J. Green form one of the best wide receiver duos in the NFL. Boyd broke out in his third season to the tune of 1,028 yards and seven touchdowns in 14 games. He's on the WR2 radar heading into the offseason.
Posted: 12/27/2018 6:12 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Dec. 27.
Huddle Up: Boyd probably will miss the season finale, so he should be avoided in all fantasy leagues. John Ross and C.J. Uzomah likely will be the main targets in the passing game but would not be more than flex options.
Posted: 12/26/2018 9:12 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 26.
Huddle Up: Boyd missed the Week 16 game in Cleveland, so he is a risky fantasy play in the regular-season finale in Pittsburgh. Circle back around and check Friday when the official injury designations are revealed.
Posted: 12/20/2018 4:12 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) was absent from practice Thursday, Dec. 20.
Huddle Up: It would not be a shock if Boyd didn't play this weekend, or even next weekend. If he were to miss the game then John Ross would become a flex candidate. Looking deeper, Alex Erickson would be a deep league flex option in PPR leagues. He's more valuable in return yardage scoring formats.
Posted: 12/19/2018 8:12 pm UTC
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 19 and he is uncertain for Week 16 and beyond due to a sprained medial collateral ligament.
Huddle Up: Boyd's sprain is considered low grade, but with the Bengals all but eliminated from playoff contention there isn't much sense in the team pushing him and risking further injury. He is a risky fantasy play, especially at this critical juncture of the season.