Ted Ginn Jr. Fantasy Football Rankings, 2019 Projections, Analysis, More

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Sep 9, 2018; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn (19) celebrates his two-point conversion with teammate Michael Thomas (13) in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Bucs won, 48-40. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

  • See our experts' fantasy football rankings, 2019 projections, analysis and more for New Orleans wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr.

Ginn continues to offer field-stretching ability at 34 years old: His average of 14.23 yards per reception is the 22nd-highest mark among 74 wide receivers with at least 100 targets over the past two seasons.

He also benefits from the Saints’ sneaky thin group of skill-position players. Sure, Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara will get fed on a weekly basis, but Ginn could feasibly work as the pass game’s No. 3 target in a majority of games.

Ginn has had an underrated floor over the past two seasons, as he’s gained at least 50 total yards in 15-of-24 (63%) games. He remains a weekly boom-or-bust option for what feels like the 200th year in a row, and is a solid backup fantasy football option in the Saints’ perennial high-scoring offense. Ian Hartitz

Note: Rankings and projections are as of July 1. For our experts’ most recent updates, check out our fantasy football tools.

2019 Ted Ginn Jr.’s Fantasy Football Rankings

Here are Sean Koerner’s, Chris Raybon’s and Matthew Freedman’s consensus rankings by scoring format.

  • PPR: No. 170 overall | No. 66 WR
  • Half-Point PPR: No. 170 overall | No. 66 WR
  • Standard: No. 166 overall | No. 63 WR

2019 Projections

Here are our experts’ aggregate projections for top-level stats.

  • Receiving: 37.5 receptions | 496 yards | 3.9 touchdowns

2018 Stats

  • Receiving: 17 rec | 209 yds | 41.8 yds/g | 2 TDs
  • Fantasy ranks: WR115 PPR | WR111 0.5 PPR | WR108 std

Note: Ginn played in only five regular-season games.

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