Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
3 days ago

Ginn caught three passes (on seven targets) for 62 yards and rushed twice for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn's 31-yard catch marked the Panthers' longest offensive play of Sunday's disappointing defeat. That big gain gave Ginn at least one play of 20-plus yards in each of Carolina's three games this season, and his seven targets Sunday only trailed tight end Greg Olsen. While Ginn has proven capable of providing chunk plays in the past, he's mostly a one-trick pony for fantasy purposes.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
1 week ago

Ginn caught two passes (on four targets) for 51 receiving yards and rushed once for five yards, but lost a fumble on a kickoff return during Sunday's win over the 49ers.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn's muffed kickoff return during the fourth quarter set up a one-yard touchdown rush for the 49ers on the next play. Besides that error, the veteran speedster was his usual self, gaining 52 yards on one catch, even though his other grab Sunday lost a yard. Through Carolina's first two games, Ginn has three catches (on five targets) for 56 yards and two rushes for 25 yards, evidencing his big play potential despite being used sparingly thus far.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
3 weeks ago

Ginn hauled in his only target for five yards, rushed once for 20 yards, totaled nine yards on his only kick return, and managed 12 yards on a pair of punt returns in Thursday's 21-20 loss to the Broncos.

EDGE Analysis

The speedster was relatively quiet on the night despite his multiple roles, with his most significant play coming on a 20-yard gain off a nifty end-around in the first quarter. He was otherwise a non-factor in an offense that heavily featured Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen in the short-to-intermediate passing game throughout the night against a tough Broncos secondary. Although he figures to play a largely complementary role in a passing game that should see Benjamin and Olsen monopolize a lion's share of targets, Ginn's deep speed and presence on both return units certainly provides him with serviceable fantasy value.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
1 month ago

Ginn hauled in his lone target for a 61-yard touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Titans.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn showed exactly why he'll retain a role in the Carolina offense, even though Kelvin Benjamin is healthy and Devin Funchess is no longer a rookie. The speedy Ginn makes for a nice complement to his hulking teammates, and he figures to open the season as the No. 2 or 3 wide receiver. It probably won't be a lucrative role for fantasy purposes, especially if Philly Brown also makes a push for significant playing time.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
2 months ago

Ginn caught one pass for nine yards and took one carry for 17 yards in Thursday's preseason game against the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn took a reverse on Carolina's first offensive play, and then caught a short pass later in the same drive. He'll still be an important part of the Carolina offense, but with Kelvin Benjamin healthy and Devin Funchess no longer a rookie, Ginn will likely play fewer snaps than he did last season.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
8 months ago

Ginn secured four of 10 targets for 74 yards in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl loss to the Broncos. He also netted two yards on three punt returns.

EDGE Analysis

The 30-year-old was unable to convert many of his game-high 10 targets due to a suffocating Broncos defense, but did secure a game-long 45-yard pass from Cam Newton on the second play of the third quarter. Denver was also careful to not allow Ginn many opportunities to do some of his trademark damage on punt returns, limiting him to just two yards on the three occasions in which he touch the ball on special teams. Despite difficulties hanging on to the ball at times throughout 2015, Ginn certainly proved to be serviceable and at times dynamic big-play threat. He hauled in 44 receptions for 739 yards and a career-high 10 touchdowns during the campaign, serving as a particularly valuable weapon in the season-long absence of Kelvin Benjamin (knee).

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
8 months ago

Ginn caught both of the passes that came his way during Sunday's NFC championship win for 52 total yards. He added a 22-yard touchdown run during the game.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn zig-zagged his way toward Carolina's first touchdown of the night on a 22-yard end-around. Ginn only touched the ball thrice during the game, but two of those touches went for over 20 yards. Ginn's speed makes him a source of constant concern for opposing defenses. He'll take on some very skilled Denver cover corners in the Super Bowl, but it will be the health of free safety Darian Stewart that will get a lot of attention in the next two weeks. Stewart left Sunday's AFC championship game with an injury and provides a safety net for his fellow cover men.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
8 months ago

Ginn had an 11-yard rush and didn't pull in his lone target in Sunday's win over Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn has tallied just 20 total yards in his last two outings. Battling a sore knee and with the team up big early, Ginn was not featured much in Carolina's offense on Sunday. From Weeks 12 through 16, Ginn scored seven touchdowns in five games, more than he had in any previous season, doing so on just 18 total catches. Ginn can make huge plays, accompanied by major fantasy points, when he's healthy - making the status of his knee a major story line going into the conference title game.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
8 months ago

Ginn (knee) is listed as active Sunday against the Seahawks, Tiffany Blackmon of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn was a late addition to the injury report, turning in a DNP at Friday's practice due to a sore knee, but the wideout is active for the Panthers' postseason opener. He'll look to make a greater impact than his Week 6 showing against the Seahawks, when he hauled in just one of four targets for 18 yards.

Ted Ginn
WR CAR (7)
8 months ago

Ginn, who missed Friday's practice due to knee soreness, said he will play through any discomfort in Sunday's playoff game versus the Seahawks, the Charlotte Observer reports.

EDGE Analysis

Ginn was held out of Friday's practice after experiencing soreness in his knee following Thursday's session. While that precaution is worth noting, and has resulted in a questionable tag for Ginn ahead of Sunday's game, the veteran speedster has stated he intends to play. Another evaluation of Ginn is expected to take place Saturday, when another update might surface, but regardless, rookie Devin Funchess could be a beneficiary if Ginn suffers a setback or is inhibited Sunday.