6'0'' / 193 lbs
Toney (ankle/hip) practiced fully Wednesday.
Toney missed the Chiefs' Week 12 win over the Raiders, but he's in line to be available Sunday against the Packers. However, after having recorded 22 catches for 139 yards and a TD (on 30 targets) in 10 games to go along with eight carries for nine yards, the 2021 first-rounder is only an option in deeper fantasy formats.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
|1 @TEN||Outdoor 77°||2.3||103rd||1.15||5.5||43.5||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0%||0||0||0||0%||29%||0%||57%|
|2 CAR||Outdoor 77°||2.0||102nd||1.00||1.5||43.5||3||2||0||0||0.0||-3||3||33%||0||0||0||9%||50%||4%||46%|
|10 JAC||Outdoor 33°||19.0||14th||3.17||-9.0||50.5||5||4||57||1||14.3||7||8||20%||2||2||0||14%||29%||0%||71%|
|11 @LAC||Outdoor 69°||0.0||123rd||0.00||-5.0||50.5||1||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0%||0||0||0||3%||64%||0%||36%|
|15 @HOU||Dome 50°||1.5||96th||1.50||-14.0||49.5||1||1||5||0||5.0||-4||9||0%||0||0||0||2%||80%||0%||20%|
|16 SEA||Outdoor 12°||7.8||46th||7.80||-10.5||49.5||2||1||8||1||8.0||-4||12||0%||0||0||0||7%||44%||0%||56%|
|17 DEN||Outdoor 47°||9.1||31st||2.28||-12.5||43.5||4||4||71||0||17.8||12||6||0%||2||2||0||10%||42%||0%||47%|
|18 @LV||Dome 55°||12.4||25th||2.48||-8.0||51.5||2||2||18||0||9.0||1||9||0%||1||0||0||8%||33%||0%||56%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2021 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
Toney (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Toney joins Mecole Hardman (thumb) and Jerick McKinnon (groin) as the Chiefs' skill position players who will not play Sunday. Toney has struggled in his first year in Kansas City and has played 40-plus percent offensive snaps once this season. With Toney and Hardman out, Skyy Moore and Richie James are candidates to see a significant uptick in offensive snaps for Sunday's game.
Toney reeled in both of his targets for 12 yards during Monday's 21-17 defeat against the Eagles.
After some down weeks prior to the bye in terms of playing time, Toney saw a slight uptick to above 20 percent of snaps for the first time since Week 6. It didn't produce much more, though he did handle a pair of carries for 14 yards in addition to his two grabs and served as the punt returner for the Chiefs over Mecole Hardman. Regardless, Toney's fantasy outlook isn't particularly bright the rest of the way.
Toney caught his only target for 18 yards during Sunday's 21-14 win against the Dolphins.
Toney has no more than one catch in any of his last three games, totaling just three grabs for 35 yards on three targets over that span. He's seemingly been phased out of the offense a bit more since the Chiefs reacquired Mecole Hardman prior to Week 8, and there's little to suggest any increase in playing time is forthcoming. He can safely be left on the waiver wire in the vast majority of fantasy formats at this point.
Toney gathered in his only target for four yards during Sunday's 24-9 loss against the Broncos.
Toney finished the day with only 12 offensive snaps, ranking sixth in the pecking order at the wide receiver position. He's tallied just a single target in each of the last two games and sports a combined 25 offensive snaps between them, so there's little reason to roster the fourth-year wideout in any but deep fantasy leagues.
Toney gathered in his only target for 13 yards during Sunday's 31-17 victory against the Chargers.
Toney had claimed a combined 12 targets over the two previous games and had seen an uptick in his playing time, but that resulted in just eight catches for 35 yards and a score. His playing time waned again Saturday, with Toney logging just 13 offensive snaps, four fewer than Justyn Ross (17) and just two more than returning wideout Mecole Hardman (11), who just joined the team last week. Toney doesn't have a clear path to regular production, leaving him off the fantasy radar in most formats.
Toney brought in three of six targets for nine yards and a touchdown and rushed twice for minus-5 yards in the Chiefs' 19-8 win over the Broncos on Thursday night.
Toney managed to salvage a night in which he gained all of four net yards with his three-yard scoring grab in the second quarter, his first regular-season receiving score in a Chiefs uniform. Toney has yet to eclipse 35 receiving yards in a game this season and has actually now recorded single-digit or zero yardage on three occasions, so despite his role in a prolific offense, he remains a speculative fantasy option for a Week 7 home matchup against the Chargers on Sunday, Oct. 22.
Toney reeled in five of his six targets for 26 yards during Sunday's 27-20 victory against Minnesota.
Toney has yet to produce at the level some were anticipating entering the 2023 season, but he at least took a step in that direction with five grabs Sunday, matching equaling his season-high total from Week 2 against Jacksonville. He also turned in a season-high target count and played a season-high 25 snaps. While those are some encouraging signs, Toney's limited playing time will continue to hamper his fantasy upside, so things should remain status quo regarding his fantasy value unless he continues an upward trend of playing time.
Toney caught both of the passes thrown his way for 22 yards during Sunday's 23-20 victory over the Jets.
Toney continues to play limited snaps on offense, logging no more than a 30 percent share of the offensive snaps through the first four games following significant issues with drops in the opener. He avoided a drop in this one, but that's far from a ringing endorsement from a fantasy standpoint. Barring a significant upswing in playing time for the fourth-year wideout, he can largely be ignored in fantasy at the moment.