INJURY REPORT FOR WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM
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J. Guyton - WR
Jalen Guyton caught 2-of-3 targets for 23 yards in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Panthers.
Coming off a touchdown catch on two targets last week, Guyton got a few looks from Justin Herbert against Carolina. He should stay on your local waiver wire unless Mike Williams (hamstring) misses Week 4 against the Bucs. Even then, Guyton is only viable in deep formats.
Added 10:03 pm (EST)
Zach Pascal caught 2-of-4 targets for 34 yards in the Colts' Week 3 win over the Jets.
Pascal got the nod for Parris Campbell (knee, IR), lining up in the slot on 32-of-55 snaps over Michael Pittman. The latter also suffered an ankle injury mid-game. Assuming Indianapolis' Week 4 contest against the Titans remains competitive, Pascal is a sneaky option on waiver wires for those struggling to fill slots due to injuries. Pittman's potential absence would also benefit Pascal short-term.
Added 10:02 pm (EST)
Nyheim Hines rushed seven times for 21 yards, catching 4-of-5 targets for 50 yards and a receiving score in Indianapolis' Week 3 win over the Jets.
Fortunately for those who unloaded for Hines on waiver wires last week, he was involved early both between the 20s and inside the red zone. Jonathan Taylor out-touched Hines 14 to 11 and scored from the one-yard line, but Hines also had a touch inside the five that he failed to punch in. Both were benched in the second half for Jordan Wilkins, who has received fourth-quarter mop-up work in back-to-back games. Hines will remain a viable FLEX option for PPR leagues in Week 4 against the Titans.
Added 9:58 pm (EST)
Ian Thomas caught 1-of-2 targets for nine yards in the Panthers' Week 3 win against the Chargers.
Thomas is a rotational player with no role in the Carolina passing game. He can safely be left on the waiver wire until his usage changes.
Added 9:44 pm (EST)
Keenan Allen caught 11-of-19 targets for 136 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Panthers.
Allen commanded an outstanding 41.3 percent of LA's targets. Just Herbert threw to Allen no matter the coverage. Allen's all-world route running got him just open enough for the rookie to connect on a few critical second half passes. Allen, with 29 targets in two Herbert starts, could find himself in the WR1 conversation next week against the Bucs.
Added 9:38 pm (EST)
Hunter Henry caught 5-of-7 targets for 50 yards in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Panthers.
Henry, the clear No. 3 option in the Chargers' passing attack, benefited from the team's pass-heavy approach in the second half. Coming of an ankle injury, Henry moved fine against Carolina. He'll be worth a start next week against Tampa.
Added 9:35 pm (EST)
Curtis Samuel caught 4-of-4 targets for 45 yards in the Panthers' Week 3 win against the Chargers, adding four rushes for seven yards.
Samuel was second on the team in rushing attempts against LA, lining up at running back when Mike Davis needed a breather. His eight touches comes after a week in which Carolina coaches talked about getting Samuel more involved in the offense. But Samuel remains No. 4 in the pass catching pecking order and won't see consistent backfield usage as long as Davis is healthy.
Added 9:24 pm (EST)
Mike Williams caught his lone target for 17 yards in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Panthers.
Williams had a deep catch negated by a questionable offensive pass interference penalty. He then left the game with a hamstring injury and received treatment on the sidelines. Williams has been something of an afterthought since Justin Herbert took over the LA offense. He has five targets in Herbert's two games. Williams is a low-ceiling option next week against Tampa.
Added 9:20 pm (EST)