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Tagged: Ja'Marr Chase (19 Results)

Factoid: Busy wide receivers

We ran an item recently highlighting the underutilized wide receivers in Kansas City. The other three teams playing today skew the other way, with their 6 main wideouts among the busiest players in the league at the position.   more »



Burrow leads Bengals in playoff win vs. Ravens

JOE BURROW had a better game in real football than in fantasy football on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, but Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals did enough to win and advanceMore in the playoffs. Burrow totaled two touchdowns in the game, one on a pass to wide receiver and college teammate JA’MARR CHASE, and the second on a one-yard rush in the third quarter. The Bengals will now travel to Buffalo to take on the second-seeded Bills next weekend. Less


Podcast: December 27 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff wrap up 2022 by giving you one last week of Supply by Demand. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies; PLAY ALONG AND WIN A PLAQUE RIGHT NOW!  more »



Bengals WR Chase hits NFL receiving milestone

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE became the second player in NFL history with 2,000 + receiving yards and 20+ receiving touchdowns at age 22 or younger in Sunday’s game againstMore the Cleveland Browns. Chase joins Pro Football Hall of Famer Randy Moss, who accomplished the feat back in 1998 and 1999. Chase has missed significant time with a hip injury this season but he appears to be hitting his stride in just his second game back. Less

Source: Team Blog


Bengals WR Chase unstoppable in likely return?

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE declared on Wednesday that “I don’t think I can be stopped”, sounding very much like a player likely to return to action in Sunday’s gameMore against Kansas City. Chase has not played since Week #7 but is moving closer to a return with a limited practice on Wednesday. Chase said that he did not play last week for precautionary reasons. He is recovering from a hairline hip fracture but says he feels “good” now and expects to pick up where he left off earlier this season. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Bengals WR Chase to miss 4 to 6 weeks

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE is expected to miss 4 to 6 weeks because of a hip injury. The Bengals star wideout did not practice on Thursday and was listedMore on the team’s injury report with a hip issue. Chase first experienced the issue in Week #6 and appeared to pull up at one point at the end of a route during the Bengals Week #7 game against the Atlanta Falcons, although he declined to go into specifics about the injury afterward. Chase could be placed on injured reserve, which would keep him out for a minimum of four weeks. Less


Podcast: October 4 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff establish (their distaste for) the run, then play Supply by Demand in Week 5. Play along at home and win a plaque from Affordable Trophies.  more »


Podcast: Supply by Demand is back! September 9 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann rejoins the podcast to kick off another long season of losing to Justin Eleff in Supply by Demand. Play along at home and win a plaque from Affordable Trophies.  more »


Podcast: January 4 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff close out the season and play #SUPPLYbyDEMAND one last time in ... erm ... "2021." Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports ( and Affordable Trophies.  more »



Bengals QB Burrow, WR Chase make history

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback JOE BURROW and wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE continued their season-long connection in Sunday’s comeback win over Kansas City. Chase caught 3 touchdown passes and finished with 266 receivingMore yards, which is the most in a game by a rookie in NFL history. Chase also broke JUSTIN JEFFERSON’s NFL rookie record for receiving yards in a season. Burrow, meanwhile, threw for 446 yards and set a new Bengals record for single season passing yardage. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer


Burrow sets franchise record vs. Ravens

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback JOE BURROW set a franchise record against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, throwing for 525 yards. The total is also the fourth-most in a game in NFL history.More And because Burrow knows that touchdowns are important in our game, he threw for 4 of them against the Ravens. Wide receivers TEE HIGGINS and JA’MARR CHASE had nice fantasy games as well, with both benefitting from Burrow’s record performance. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer


Bengals rookie WR Chase tops 200 yards vs Ravens

Cincinnati rookie wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE continued his torrid start to the season, topping 200 yards in Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Chase set an NFL rookie record through seven games with 754 receiving yards. Chase also added an impressive 82-yard touchdown catch, his sixth of the season.

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer


Burrow taken to hospital with possible throat contusion

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback JOE BURROW was taken to a local hospital after Sunday’s game against Green Bay to be evaluated for a possible throat contusion. Burrow was unable to attend theMore post-game press conference due to the injury. While fantasy owners will want to monitor his status, rookie wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE said he spoke with Burrow following the game. Chase did not seem overly concerned so hopefully the injury is minor and the trip to the hospital was precautionary. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer


Bengals WR Chase looks good in NFL debut

Cincinnati Bengals rookie wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE struggled with dropped passed during the preseason but the team insisted that he would be fine once the regular season started. Chase did justMore fine in his first NFL game, catching 5 passes for 101 yards and the first touchdown of his NFL career in Sunday’s overtime win over the Minnesota Vikings. Bengals head coach Zac Taylor reiterated after the game that he was never concerned by the preseason concentration issues, adding that he knew Chase would be fine. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Bengals offense struggling early in camp

The Cincinnati Bengals offense is reportedly struggling through the first week of training camp. With a recent history of drafting offensive playmakers like JOE BURROW, TEE HIGGINS, and JA’MARR CHASE toMore go along with running back JOE MIXON – at least some fireworks were expected. Through one week of camp, the explosive moments that were widely anticipated have yet to be seen. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

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