Analyzing each Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers Fantasy value

Jalen Reagor, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
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Jalen Reagor, Philadelphia Eagles
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player. 54. . . . Jalen Reagor.

Don’t be shocked if the Philadelphia Eagles’ best wideouts are the young guys.

Jalen Reagor might be the most intriguing of all of the Eagles wide receivers. In Week 1, he showed off his speed and ability to track the ball. It was all on display with that 55-yard reception from Carson Wentz in the first quarter. Unfortunately, this was his only catch of the day, but Fantasy owners should still be optimistic about the rookie WR from TCU.

We don’t know how much that shoulder injury had to do with his performance, but he still played the most snaps of any Eagle receiver. The talent is obvious. Anyone with Reagor owners on their team can expect him to emerge as the number one wide receiver in Philadelphia. The speedster figures to be a high upside flex in Fantasy.

. . Greg Ward. . player. 54.

Greg Ward showed the most consistency out of all the wide receivers for the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday. That’s also been the case since the latter part of last season. In Philly’s first game, he was targeted seven times and caught five of those passes for 31 yards.

Barring injuries to any Eagle wide receivers, Fantasy owners can expect similar stat lines from Ward for the rest of the season. He doesn’t possess the upside that Reagor has, but he’ll do some damage from the slot for short gains. Don’t rush to put him in your lineup.