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Jerry Jeudy
ADP: 12.3
Bye: 10
Experience: 4
Age: 25.2
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 193
40 Time: 4.45
Speed Score: 98.40

Burst Score (Rank): 119.50 (40%)
Catch Radius (Rank): 9.91 (34%)

Jerry Jeudy's Weekly Outlook

Week 1 Projections
Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
3.7 50.6 0.26 6.9
Weekly Writeup

Rest Of Way Outlook

Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
5 67.1 0.4 9.3

Jerry Jeudy's 2024 Projections & Outlook


#53 Wide Receiver

167.4 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
12.3 59.2 809.6 4.16 0 0

3D Projections DS 3D Projections

Basic StatsJerry Jeudy's Preseason Player Analysis

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Bottom Line

Jeudy has cracked the top 50 in PPR points per game just once through his four seasons (WR21 in 2022). That’s also the only year he has reached 4.0 receptions per game. So he has given us little reason to be excited. That’s why the market is completely unexcited. And the resulting low-WR5 ADP is the greatest mark in his favor. You don’t need to incorporate Jeudy into your drafting. But his physical ability plus the Browns’ financial commitment gives him clear upside from that range.

What We Learned Last Year

  • Jeudy stayed healthier in 2023 than the previous two seasons, losing only Week 1 to a hamstring injury.
  • That made his lack of production extra disappointing.
  • A year after Jeudy set career highs in yards per target, yards per route, and Pro Football Focus receiving grade, he saw steep declines in each category.
    • That included a career-low 1.65 yards per route, ranking 44th among 96 WRs with 40+ targets.
    • Jeudy also posted his fewest receptions per game and lowest receiving success rate since his rookie year.
  • Jeudy exceeded 3 receptions in a game just four times all year, reached 60 receiving yards four times, and scored only 2 TDs.
  • He cracked the top 36 PPR WRs seven times but climbed higher than 29th only once (in Week 18).

What to Expect in 2024

  • The Browns clearly weren’t troubled by Jeudy’s 2023 performance.
  • Here’s what GM Andrew Berry said after the trade and contract extension: “We feel like we have an individual who’s an elite separator, can play inside and outside, produced in less-than-ideal circumstances and usage … and we feel like he complements our group really nicely.”
  • HC Kevin Stefanski echoed the sentiment: “He can win in a variety of ways. … Jerry’s a guy that we’ve spent a lot of time on both as he was coming out and over the past few years. Really like his skill set, like his ability to separate, like his ability to make plays with the football. I mean, he has the speed, the acceleration, the burst to make plays down the field, so we’re excited about the skillset, we’re excited about the person.”
  • Jeudy ranked a strong 12th in yards per route at the position in 2022 and a solid 24th in 2021, despite lackluster QB play (Russell Wilson, Teddy Bridgewater, Drew Lock, and Brett Rypien).
  • He brings positional versatility, having played 52.5% of his pass snaps in the slot over his Broncos run. That’s more than Elijah Moore (42.5% through three seasons) and much more than Amari Cooper (21.3% career).
    • Jeudy’s versatility plus the $17.5 million annual average of his contract extension clearly makes him a top-2 WR for his new team.
    • Cooper’s current contract that expires after 2024 adds longer-term upside.
  • Cleveland still faces questions at QB. Deshaun Watson hasn’t played very well through two partial seasons, though he improved last year over 2022. Watson’s now coming off surgery for a season-ending shoulder injury. His return will bear watching throughout the summer.
  • The Browns also refreshed at OC. Ken Dorsey takes over after being fired midway through his second season as Bills OC. Dorsey’s Bills ranked among the league’s most pass-heavy offenses. Buffalo ranked fourth in neutral-situation pass rate over the past two years (including nearly a half-season of new OC Joe Brady leaning much further toward the run). Cleveland ranked 19th over the same stretch.
    • Combine that with Nick Chubb’s recovery from a devastating 2023 knee injury that required multiple surgeries, and it’s not hard to envision at least some more passing volume in 2024.

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The Broncos are trading WR Jerry Jeudy to the Browns for fifth- and sixth-round picks in this year's draft, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. It's clearly a cost-cutting move for Denver, which avoids the nearly $13 million cap hit of the final season on Jeudy's contract. The move should allow second-year WR Marvin Mims to hit the starting lineup, though he'll have to compete with returning WR Tim Patrick. Jeudy arrives to a Cleveland corps that already sported WRs Amari Cooper and Elijah Moore. Right now we'd bet on Jeudy garnering more targets than Moore, who earned just 16.7% target share in his first year with the Browns. But it's certainly not an exciting landing spot for Jeudy's upside. That's magnified by QB Deshaun Watson's lackluster play in 2023 before his season-ending shoulder injury. Jeudy's fine to stack with Watson on best ball rosters at their respective prices: WR61 in Underdog Fantasy ADP for Jeudy; QB23 for Watson. Just don't expect either to be a championship winner. That said, Watson sports a nice crew of pass-catchers now, with the aforementioned wideouts and TE David Njoku. Cleveland second-year WR Cedric Tillman, meanwhile, looks blocked from relevance for at least one more year. He's not a must-hold in dynasty.

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Jerry Jeudy, WR CLE
Dynasty MVP 85.2
Position Rank #89 WR
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Expectations were high for Jeudy in 2023, but he fell flat alongside Russell Wilson. Denver traded him to Cleveland in March, where he'll battle to be the No. 2 target behind Amari Cooper. Only 25, it's a solid landing spot for his fantasy value to rebound. Jeudy's under contract through the 2027 season.
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