Josh Reynolds
With a bigger opportunity in Tennessee, is Josh Reynolds a sleeper fantasy option this season? (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri, File)

Josh Reynolds Is An Underrated Fantasy Option In Tennesee

The Titans lost Corey Davis this offseason via free agency. However, do you know who they signed to be his replacement? I guess the title sort of buries the lead but that man is Josh Reynolds. Could Reynolds become a real fantasy sleeper this season? There are worse gambles to take.

Reynolds has always had talent. He’s just never had a real opportunity. Reynolds was buried on the depth chart in Los Angeles behind Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. Even a year ago, the Rams drafted Van Jefferson. LA just never really gave Reynolds a shot to show his talent. He gets to do that now in Tennessee.

2020 was Reynolds’ most productive season. During his final season in LA, the former Texas A&M product caught 52 balls for 618 yards and two touchdowns. His production should only go up in a more prominent role. Additionally, Reynolds also gets a quarterback upgrade with Ryan Tannehill. Yes, it’s a run first offense with Derek Henry but it’s still a massive upgrade over what Jared Goff gives you.

I don’t think it’s impossible that Reynolds replicates what Davis gave a year ago. In fact, I think Reynolds might actually be the better player. Davis reeled in 65 receptions for 984 yards and five scores. Reynolds could very well cash in on 1,000 yard season and you can get him for free in basically any fantasy league.

Just keep an eye on Josh Reynolds. He’s one of my favorite fantasy sleepers this year. His lack of production in the past really just stems from a lack of opportunity. He’s going to get that with the Titans. Buy the stock here.

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