Hayden Hurst

HaydenHurst

  • HT/WT
    6' 4", 250 lbs
  • Birthdate
    8/24/1993 (29)
  • College
  • Draft Info
    2018: Rd 1, Pk 25 (BAL)
  • Status
    Active

Previous Game

Dolphins
3-1
15
Bengals
2-2
27
SplitsRECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFDATTYDSAVGTDLNGFUMLST
This Game34279.01192000.00000
Sept14211047.41208000.00000
Home812739.11205000.00000
vs MIA34279.01192000.00000
vs AFC914808.91206000.00000

2022 Receiving

Stats
Regular Season
Projected
Career
RECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFDATTYDSAVGTDLNGFUMLST
14211047.41208000.00000
60894427.442034000.00000
1392021,40810.1136178100.00031

Recent Games

DateOPPResultRECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFD
Thu 9/29vsMIA
W
27-15
34279.01192
Sun 9/25@NYJ
W
27-12
1277.0071
Sun 9/18@DAL
L
20-17
57244.8082
Sun 9/11vsPIT
L
23-20 OT
58469.20203
Latest News

Fantasy Football

Position Rank
20
% Rostered
21.4
% Change 7 Days
4.1

News: 4 days agoHurst caught three of four targets for 27 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 27-15 win over the Dolphins.

Spin: Hurst powered through multiple tackle attempts for a 19-yard gain on the game's third play but didn't see much involvement after that until Joe Burrow found the tight end for the game-sealing two-yard touchdown just after the two-minute warning in the fourth quarter. While Hurst has compiled a respectable 21 targets through four games with the Bengals, he has yet to reach 50 yards in a game while working as a secondary option in a passing game led by wide receivers Ja'Marr Chase, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Hurst has signed with the Bengals after two seasons each with the Ravens and Falcons. The 2018 first-round pick has yet to emerge into a consistent fantasy asset, but bad timing has been the main culprit. Hurst was drafted by Baltimore the same year as Mark Andrews, who obviously stole the show. He was then traded to Atlanta and broke out with a 56-571-6 receiving line and 10th-place fantasy finish in 2020. Of course, the Falcons then drafted Kyle Pitts and Hurst was out of a starting job. The 29-year-old is now positioned as the starter in a good Cincinnati offense, which sets the sure-handed (one career drop) tight end as an intriguing post-hype sleeper. Consider him late in deeper drafts.