QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
10 hours ago

Benjamin was forced out Sunday's game against the Bills with an abdominal strain.

EDGE Analysis

Prior to his exit from the contest, Benjamin had recorded just one catch for 21 yards. Meanwhile, fellow wideout Keenan Allen was leading the way among the team's pass-catchers, as the Chargers built up a big lead on the Bills in Week 11.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
7 days ago

Benjamin did not record a catch on three targets in the 20-17 overtime loss to the Jaguars on Sunday. He also carried the ball once for 13 yards.

EDGE Analysis

Benjamin's final target was a costly one, as quarterback Philip Rivers tossed up a deep errant duck in the waning moments of overtime, easily falling into the waiting arms of A.J. Bouye and setting up the Jaguars game-winning field goal. It was a disappointing day overall for Benjamin, who followed up an astounding Week 8 performance against the Patriots with an utter dud. He'll look to get back on track against the Bills next week.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
3 weeks ago

Benjamin caught five of his team-leading eight targets for 64 yards and a touchdown in the 21-13 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Much of Benjamin's production came in the fourth quarter, as the Chargers attempted a furious rally to no avail. Still, it was a surprise to see the speedy wide receiver thrown to as often as he was, given he saw six targets combined in the last three games. That was largely thanks to the Patriots emphasis on stopping Keenan Allen, who saw a season-low (5) in targets. Following the team's bye, Benjamin will once again have his work cut out for him when the Chargers take on the Jaguars in Week 10.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
1 month ago

Benjamin turned his only target into a 42-yard touchdown during Sunday's game against the Broncos. He also scored on a 65-yard punt return in the 21-0 win.

EDGE Analysis

Benjamin was a difference maker on a day the offense struggled to move the ball, opening the scoring with an explosive return in the first quarter and capping it off with a deep strike in the third. While he remains one of the team's top deep threats, the multitude of options ahead of him on the depth chart makes him an unpredictable fantasy contributor. Benjamin will match up with a porous New England defense in Week 8, but he remains heavily reliant on big plays for production.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
1 month ago

Benjamin did not record a catch in the 17-16 win over the Raiders on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Benjamin saw his snap count totals dip drastically from the previous week, perhaps due to the return of 2017 first-round Mike Williams, who played in his first NFL game after missing the first five weeks thanks to a herniated disk in his back. It's clear Benjamin is no better than the fifth-best option on offense, with the Chargers keen on highlighting the emerging Hunter Henry and Melvin Gordon, as well as nominal starting wide receivers Tyrell Williams and Keenan Allen. As a result, it would be tough to project Benjamin putting together consistent numbers moving forward.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
1 month ago

Benjamin caught two of his three targets for 18 yards and also added a 14 yard run during Sunday's 27-22 win over the Giants.

EDGE Analysis

Benjamin has now seen his targets decrease for a second straight week, having registered five in the week prior. It's certainly disconcerting given 2017 first-round pick, Mike Williams, appears to nearing a return to the field following a preseason back injury. Once the Clemson product does return, there's a chance Benjamin could be relegated to the fourth option among wide receivers, behind nominal starters Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams, and the aforementioned Williams.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
2 months ago

Benjamin snared two of his five targets for 21 yards in the 26-24 loss to the Eagles on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

The good news; Benjamin was targeted on at least one deep pass Sunday. The bad news; he didn't catch it, which all but doomed the speedster's totals on the afternoon. And that's not the only bad news. With 2017 first-round pick, Mike Williams, nearing a return from a preseason back injury, there's a chance Benjamin could start to cede targets as the offense gains yet another weapon. More than likely, Benjamin's speed will still keep him on the field, especially if the Chargers continue to attack defenses through the air. But time may be running out for fantasy owners to consistently rely on the 27-year-old, something that always felt like an aberration.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
2 months ago

Benjamin snatched five of his eight targets for 105 yards in the 24-10 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

A huge 44-yard pass to Benjamin was the Chargers' biggest play of the afternoon as the passing attack was mainly kept in check. Thanks in large part to the long reception, Benjamin put together his third-best statistical performance since joining the Chargers last offseason. Still, it was a bit surprising to see Benjamin receive the majority of the targets while both Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams were largely held in check. Another game like this against the Eagles next week should put Benjamin on fantasy radars everywhere, but for now the speedster's uneven involvement in the offense would be best suited in best ball formats.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
2 months ago

Benjamin caught just one of his three targets for 11 yards in the 19-17 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

The Chargers seemed content feeding Keenan Allen, with the nominal No. 1 receiver racking up nine catches on 10 targets while the other wideouts - Benjamin, Tyrell Williams and Dontrelle Inman - saw just nine targets combined. As a result, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise to see Benjamin record just one catch after snagging a touchdown in the season opener. While it's not much of a consolation for fantasy owners, Benjamin did see plenty of time on the field earning 39 snaps on offense, good for third-best among Chargers' wide receivers. Given the offense he plays in, Benjamin remains a quality boom-or-bust fantasy prospect, with his value boosted in best ball formats or non-PPR leagues.

QTravis Benjamin
WR LAC (9)
2 months ago

Benjamin caught three of four targets for 43 yards and a touchdown during Monday's loss to Denver.

EDGE Analysis

Benjamin was next to non-existent in the passing game Monday until quarterback Philip Rivers hit the wideout with a 38-yard touchdown pass in the middle of fourth quarter to pull the Chargers within three points. While, Rivers and Benjamin couldn't connect for another long pass on the following drive, it's encouraging that the speedy receiver is likely to remain a downfield weapon in the passing attack. Still, with Benjamin's boom-or-bust track record, he projects to remain an inconsistent weekly option in most settings.