College: Pittsburgh | 3 years
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 203 lbs
Birth Date: 11/15/1994
2018 Bye Week: 9
Total Pts: 157.3
Avg Pts: 9.83
Rank: 22 WR
|Week 1||2.60||Tyler Boyd 26 receiving yds (2.60 pts)|
|Week 2||18.10||Tyler Boyd 91 receiving yds (9.10 pts)|
Tyler Boyd 14 yd TD reception (9.00 pts)
|Week 3||22.70||Tyler Boyd 132 receiving yds (13.20 pts)|
Tyler Boyd 27 yd TD reception (9.00 pts)
Tyler Boyd 5 rushing yds (0.50 pts)
|Week 4||10.00||Tyler Boyd 100 receiving yds (10.00 pts)|
|Week 5||4.40||Tyler Boyd 44 receiving yds (4.40 pts)|
|Week 6||21.20||Tyler Boyd 62 receiving yds (6.20 pts)|
Tyler Boyd 2 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
Tyler Boyd 14 yd TD reception (9.00 pts)
|Week 7||2.70||Tyler Boyd 27 receiving yds (2.70 pts)|
|Week 8||19.80||Tyler Boyd 138 receiving yds (13.80 pts)|
Tyler Boyd 9 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
|Week 10||6.50||Tyler Boyd 65 receiving yds (6.50 pts)|
|Week 11||7.10||Tyler Boyd 71 receiving yds (7.10 pts)|
|Week 12||17.50||Tyler Boyd 85 receiving yds (8.50 pts)|
Tyler Boyd 28 yd TD reception (9.00 pts)
|Playoff Week 1||9.70||Tyler Boyd 97 receiving yds (9.70 pts)|
|Playoff Week 2||5.20||Tyler Boyd 52 receiving yds (5.20 pts)|
|Playoff Week 3||9.80||Tyler Boyd 38 receiving yds (3.80 pts)|
Tyler Boyd 7 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
|Playoff Week 4|
|Playoff Week 5|
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd's 21 receptions of 20-plus yards in 2018 were the seventh most in the NFL.
Fantasy Spin: 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.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) is about two weeks away from being fully recovered from his sprained medial collateral ligament.
Fantasy Spin: 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.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) said he has roughly two weeks left of rehabbing the sprained MCL he suffered in Week 14. Boyd should be fine for organized team activities in the spring and will go into training camp at 100 percent. The 24-year-old had a career year in 2018, catching 76 passes for 1,028 yards and seven touchdowns in 14 games. It helped that he was the team's top wideout for a stretch after A.J. Green's season-ending injury. Still, Boyd will be on the radar as a strong WR3 next season after putting himself on the fantasy map in 2018.
The Cincinnati Bengals placed wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) on Injured Reserve on Friday. Boyd suffered a knee sprain in Week 15 and was unlikely to make it back to close out the season. His third season in the NFL was his best, setting career highs across the board in catches (76), targets (108), receiving yards (1,028) and touchdowns (seven). The 24-year-old should remain a big part of the offense next season. John Ross, Josh Malone, Cody Core and Alex Erickson will be the top wideouts in the season finale. Ross is a weak touchdown-dependent WR4/flex, while the others can be ignored.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd, LB Jordan Evans and CB Dre Kirkpatrick were placed on the Reserved/Injured list Friday, Dec. 28. The Bengals signed HB Quinton Flowers, OT Kent Perkins and WR Hunter Sharp from the practice squad to fill their spots on the active roster.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Dec. 27.
Fantasy Spin: 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.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee), LB Vontaze Burfict (concussion), LB Jordan Evans (ankle), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (shoulder) and CB Tony McRae (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 26. CB Darqueze Dennard (wrist), DE Christian Ringo (knee) and S Shawn Williams (pectoral) were listed as full participants.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 26.
Fantasy Spin: 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.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) wasn't seen at practice on Wednesday. Boyd missed last week and isn't expected to play in Week 17 against the Steelers while battling a knee sprain. John Ross has become the team's No. 1 receiver, but he's nothing more than a boom/bust WR4/flex play in deeper leagues with quarterback Jeff Driskel running the show.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiverTyler Boyd (knee) didn't practice all week and has been ruled out for Week 16 against the Browns. Boyd suffered an MCL sprain last week and isn't expected to play in the final two games of the season. With A.J. Green also on Injured Reserve, that leaves John Ross as the No. 1 receiver with quarterback Jeff Driskel throwing him passes. Josh Malone, Cody Core and Alex Erickson will also have bigger roles, although none of them are intriguing for fantasy. Ross is also more of a WR4/5 who is touchdown-dependent.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee), LB Jordan Evans (ankle) and CB Tony McRae (hamstring) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 16 against the Cleveland Browns. LB Vontaze Burfict (concussion) returned to a full practice Friday, Dec. 21, and is listed as questionable. OT Cordy Glenn (back), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (ankle), RB Joe Mixon (wrist, thigh), OG Alex Redmond (illness), WR John Ross (knee) and CB KeiVarae Russell (finger) were full participants in practice Friday and have been removed from the injury report.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) on Friday, Dec. 21, was declared out for Week 16.
Fantasy Spin: No surprise as Boyd suffered an MCL sprain in the Week 15 win over the Oakland Raiders, and his season is likely done as well. In all, it's been a brutal year for Cincy pass-catchers, leaving John Ross and Alex Erickson as shaky fantasy flex considerations in the WR crops.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) missed his second straight day of practice on Thursday. Dealing with a sprained knee, Boyd is likely to miss the final two weeks of the regular season. He posted his first 1,000-yard season in 2018, though, so his season will end on a high note. With Boyd likely out against the Browns, John Ross, Josh Malone, Cody Core and Alex Erickson will need to pick up the slack. Ross is the most attractive fantasy weapon, but he's still a risky WR4/flex. Tight end C.J. Uzomah could also see more targets.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) was absent from practice Thursday, Dec. 20.
Fantasy Spin: 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.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee), LB Jordan Evans (ankle), LB Malik Jefferson (toe), CB Tony McRae (hamstring) and OG Alex Redmond (illness) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 19. LB Vontaze Burfict (concussion), OT Cordy Glenn (back), RB Joe Mixon (wrist) and WR John Ross (knee) were limited in practice, while CB KeiVarae Russell (finger) practiced in full.
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.
Fantasy Spin: 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.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) was not present at practice on Wednesday. Boyd is believed to be dealing with a sprained knee, which would likely keep him out the rest of the season. If that's the end of his season, it was a good one, as he has 76 catches for 1,028 yards and seven touchdowns, all career highs. Don't plan on having him for your fantasy championship week. John Ross, Alex Erickson and Cody Core will need to step up to close things out, but they are hard to rely on in fantasy with Jeff Driskel under center.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd (knee) suffered a low-grade MCL sprain in Week 15, according to a source. There's a chance he misses time, and with just two weeks left in the season, Boyd's year could very well be over. Boyd was serving as the No. 1 wideout with A.J. Green out for the year, and he had his first 1,000-yard season to go along with 76 receptions and seven touchdowns. John Ross, Cody Core and Alex Erickson will have to step up in the last two games, but they will be too risky to trust in fantasy championship matchups.
Updating previous reports, Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd (knee) suffered a low-grade sprain of his medial collateral ligament in Week 15. His season could be in jeopardy.
Fantasy Spin: Hold onto him for now, but there is little reason to send him out there for the final two weeks.
Cincinnati Bengals WR Tyler Boyd ended up with four grabs, 38 yards and a touchdown on five targets in Week 15 against the Oakland Raiders.
Fantasy Spin: Boyd has finished with three or more catches in each of his 14 games this season to emerge as a decent WR3 or flex fantasy option in PPR formats. The Bengals travel to Cleveland in Week 16.