Steven Sims Jr.

Steven Sims Jr. Fantasy

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310 77th
6.0 52nd
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Height / Weight
5'10" / 176 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
March 31, 1997 (23)
2nd Season
2019 / Rd. / Pk. (WAS)

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Steven Sims Jr. News

Steven Sims Jr. Finishes Strong

Washington Redskins wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. capped off a promising end to the season with five catches for 81 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys on Sunday. It was Sims' third consecutive game with at least five catches and a touchdown, a nice high note on which to head into the offseason. How the Redskins ultimately decide to frame their future, particularly because they own the second overall pick in the 2020 draft, remains to be seen. One thing would seem to be self-evident enough that it can't be ignored, however, which is that this team desperately needs a competent passing attack. If Sims' end-of-season surge was an indication of what he's capable of when he sees the appropriate amount of opportunity and playing time, the Redskins should be looking to give him a more prominent role going forward. If so, he isn't the worst guy to keep an eye on as a late-round flier in 2020 fantasy drafts.

Dec. 30th • 9:27 AM
Steven Sims Jr. Could See Increased Role

Washington Redskins wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. has stepped up in a big way over the last two weeks, racking up 11 catches for 109 yards and three touchdowns. In Week 17 he will have a slight upgrade at quarterback in Case Keenum, and he might wind up as Washington's top receiving option if Terry McLaurin is held out due to a concussion. Sims has already been enjoying an uptick in opportunity after seeing 28 total targets in his last three outings; the door opens wider if McLaurin can't go. Sims can be viewed as a mid-range PPR flex with a reasonable floor in the event he does get the nod as the number-one, but should be treated as a low-end flex with upside if McLaurin is active.

Dec. 27th • 10:50 AM
Steven Sims Jr. Scores Twice In Overtime Shootout

Washington Redskins wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. hauled in six of a team-high 10 targets in Sunday's loss to the Giants. Two of Sims' six receptions went for touchdowns, and he caught one from each of the two quarterbacks the Redskins utilized on Sunday. Sims is becoming difficult to ignore after catching 11 of 21 targets with three touchdowns in his last two games, but this surge probably came too late for anyone to reap the benefits in fantasy lineups. Teams who have locked up playoff position may choose to play it safe with their stars in Week 17, making Sims a potentially interesting guy to take a flier on in leagues that observe the full 17-game season.

Dec. 22nd • 9:43 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Dwayne Haskins Jr.
Kyle Allen
RB Derrius Guice
Adrian Peterson
LWR Terry McLaurin
Kelvin Harmon
RWR Steven Sims Jr.
Trey Quinn
SWR Antonio Gandy-Golden
Cody Latimer
TE Jeremy Sprinkle
Logan Thomas
LT Cornelius Lucas III
Geron Christian Sr.
LG Wes Schweitzer
Saahdiq Charles
C Chase Roullier
Ross Pierschbacher
RG Brandon Scherff
Wes Martin
RT Morgan Moses
Timon Parris
LDE Montez Sweat
Jordan Brailford
LDT Daron Payne
Tim Settle
RDT Jonathan Allen
Matt Ioannidis
RDE Ryan Kerrigan
Ryan Anderson
LOLB Chase Young
Josh Harvey-Clemons
MLB Thomas Davis Sr.
Jon Bostic
ROLB Cole Holcomb
Khaleke Hudson
LCB Fabian Moreau
Ronald Darby
SS Landon Collins
Jeremy Reaves
FS Sean Davis
Deshazor Everett
RCB Kendall Fuller
Aaron Colvin
NB Jimmy Moreland
Greg Stroman
K Dustin Hopkins