Monday - Jan 21, 2019

Home / Commentary / Inside The Gamebook – Early Games Week 6

Inside The Gamebook – Early Games Week 6

SEATTLE
23 – CHICAGO 20

Seattle

Yards: Pass 242, Rush 111

Red Zone: 2-for-2, 100 percent (season: 8-for-13, 62 percent)

Drives: First Half: Deon Butler 22-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out – Justin Forsett 9-yard touchdown – three-and-out – punt – ran out clock. Second Half: punt – defensive safety; three-and-out – three-and-out – Marshawn Lynch 1-yard touchdown – three-and-out – three-and-out – punt (returned for touchdown) – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Mike Williams: 15 Targets; 3 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 16, 18, 21 and 22 yards.

WR – Deon Butler: 4 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 15 yards and 22-yard touchdown.

TE – John Carlson: 4 Targets.

WR – Brandon Stokley: 3 Targets.

WR – Golden Tate: 2 Targets.

TE – Chris Baker: 2 Targets.

RB – Marshawn Lynch: 17 Rush and 3 Target; 2 red zone – big play of 1-yard touchdown.

RB – Justin Forsett: 10 Rush and 4 Target; 2 red zone – big play of 9-yard touchdown.

RB – Leon Washington: 2 Targets.

RB – Michael Robinson: 1 Rush and 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: The team traded Deion Branch, and Mike Williams stepped up to fill the void. He led the team in receiving yards in Week 1, but has been slowed by an injury until this past week when he had 10 receptions for 123 yards. With Branch gone, Williams is someone whose role will increase so you should consider him as an addition.

Chicago

Yards: Pass 246, Rush 61

Red Zone: 1-for-3, 33 percent (season: 5-for-17, 29 percent)

Drives: First Half: Matt Forte 6-yard touchdown run – three-and-out – three-and-out – three-and-out – 24-yard field goal. Second Half: sacked in end zone for safety – punt – punt – punt – punt – missed 41-yard field goal – Devin Hester 89-yard punt return touchdown.

Players:

WR – Johnny Knox: 11 Targets; 3 deep – big plays for 15, 15 and 67 yards.

WR – Earl Bennett: 6 Targets; 1 red zone – big play of 36 yards.

WR – Devin Aromashodu: 5 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play of 34 yards.

TE – Greg Olsen: 4 Targets; 1 red zone.

WR – Devin Hester: 3 Targets; 2 deep – big plays for 19 yards and 89-yard punt return touchdown.

TE – Brandon Manumaleuna: 2 Targets.

RB – Matt Forte: 8 Rush and 7 Targets; 1 deep, 3 red zone – big plays for 19 yards and 6-yard touchdown.

RB – Chester Taylor: 4 Rush and 2 Targets – big play of 24 yards.

Fantasy Impact: After not seeing the field since Week 1, Aromashodu is back in the picture and he is taking away from Hester’s targets. You might want to consider picking him up as a speculative play, but he is definitely someone worth keeping an eye on to see if his workload continues to increase.

ATLANTA
17 – PHILADELPHIA 31

Atlanta

Yards: Pass 250, Rush 65

Red Zone: 2-for-3, 67 percent (season: 10-for-22, 45 percent)

Drives: First Half: three-and-out – missed 41-yard field goal – three-and-out – three-and-out – three-and-out – interception on pass intended for Tony Gonzalez –Gonzalez 1-yard touchdown – 26-yard field goal – punt – three-and-out – Gonzalez 13-yard touchdown – Matt Ryan fumble.

Players:

WR – Roddy White: 11 Targets; 4 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 15, 18 and 25 yards.

WR – Michael Jenkins: 11 Targets; 7 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 21, 21 and 42 yards.

TE – Tony Gonzalez: 7 Targets; 3 red zone.

WR – Harry Douglas: 6 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 18 yards.

TE – Michael Palmer: 1 Target.

RB – Michael Turner: 15 Rush and 2 Targets; 1 red zone.

RB – Jason Snelling: 3 Rush and 3 Targets; 1 red zone.

FB – Ovie Mughelli: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: Jenkins saw 11 targets in his first game of the year. He is someone you might want to consider picking up while his upside is limited. No one was able to challenge his spot while he was out and he will be entrenched as the starter opposite White.

Philadelphia

Yards: Pass 326, Rush 154

Red Zone: 1-for-4-25 percent (season: 10-for-16, 63 percent)

Drives: First Half: DeSean Jackson 31-yard touchdown – Jackson 34-yard touchdown – punt – missed 37-yard field goal – Jeremy Maclin 8-yard touchdown – interception on pass intended for Brent Celek – ran out clock. Second Half: three-and-out – Maclin 83-yard touchdown – missed 47-yard field goal – missed 37-yard field goal – 30-yard field goal – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Jeremy Maclin: 7 Targets; 2 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 17, 22 yards, an 8-yard touchdown and an 83-yard touchdown.

TE – Brent Celek: 7 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 24 yards.

WR – Jason Avant: 5 Targets; 2 deep – big plays for 21 and 21 yards.

WR – Chad Hall: 1 Rush and 4 Targets; 1 red zone.

WR – DeSean Jackson: 2 Rush and 1 Target; 1 deep – big plays for 31-yard touchdown and a 34-yard touchdown.

RB – LeSean McCoy: 21 Rush and 4 Targets.

RB – Eldra Buckley: 12 Rush; 3 red zone.

RB – Owen Schmitt: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: If Jackson misses time (and it looks like he will), a speculative play could be Avant. He is an underrated receiver that has put up respectable numbers on a limited basis. After Jackson left the game last week Avant filled in and had five receptions for 62 yards. He has also caught 75 percent of the targets he’s received this season.

NEW ORLEANS
31 – TAMPA BAY 6

New Orleans

Yards: Pass 263, Rush 212

Red Zone: 2-for-4, 50 percent (season: 9-for-23, 39 percent)

Drives: First Half: Lance Moore 41-yard touchdown – Robert Meachem 42-yard touchdown – 27-yard field goal – interception. Second Half: missed 33-yard field goal – Heath Evans 4-yard touchdown – three-and-out – Ladell Betts 1-yard touchdown – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Marques Colston: 6 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 16 yards.

WR – Robert Meachem: 5 Targets; 2 deep, 1 red zone – big play for a 42-yard touchdown.

TE – Jeremy Shockey: 5 Targets; 1 red zone.

WR – Lance Moore: 4 Targets; 3 deep – big plays for 16 yards and a 41-yard touchdown.

TE – David Thomas: 3 Targets.

TE – Jimmy Graham: 2 Targets.

WR – Devery Henderson: 1 Target; 1 deep.

RB – Chris Ivory: 15 Rush and 1 Target; 1 red zone – big plays for 16, 17, 18, 27 and 33 yards.

RB – Julius Jones: 9 Rush and 2 Targets; 2 red zone – big play for 16 yards.

RB – Ladell Betts: 6 Rush and 1 Target; 4 red zone.

FB – Heath Evans: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: The addition of Jones ate into the carries of Betts while Ivory was effective with an increase to his workload. If he is available, Ivory is worth picking up as he has the most upside of the three backs. After missing the first two games with a sprained left knee he was the one on the field when Reggie Bush was injured and Pierre Thomas still has not practiced.

Tampa
Bay

Yards: Pass 236, Rush 42

Red Zone: 1-for-1, 100 percent (season: 5-for-13, 38 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – punt – missed 40-yard field goal – ran out clock. Second Half: Cadillac Williams fumble – 47-yard field goal – Micheal Spurlock 2-yard touchdown, two-point attempt fails – turnover on downs at Tampa Bay 42-yard line.

Players:

TE – Kellen Winslow: 10 Targets; 2 deep, 1 red zone.

WR – Mike Williams: 9 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 20 yards.

WR – Sammie Stroughter: 9 Targets; 1 deep – big plays for 15 and 27 yards.

WR – Arrelious Benn: 1 Rush and 3 Targets; 1 deep.

WR – Micheal Spurlock: 2 Targets, 1 red zone – big play for a 2-yard touchdown.

TE – Jerramy Stevens: 2 Targets; 1 deep.

TE – John Gilmore: 2 Targets.

RB – Cadillac Williams: 10 Rush and 8 Targets; 3 red zone – big play for 15 yards.

RB – Kareem Huggins: 3 Rush and 2 Targets; 1 deep.

FB – Earnest Graham: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: The Buccaneers moved Benn into the starting spot opposite Williams and moved Stroughter back to the slot position where he is a more natural fit. After being targeted nine times this past game, Stroughter is someone you should keep an eye on as a possible addition if his workload continues to increase.

DETROIT
20 – NY GIANTS 28

Detroit

Yards: Pass 177, Rush 167

Red Zone: 3-for-3, 100 percent (season: 12-for-18, 67 percent)

Drives: First Half: Nate Burleson 14-yard touchdown – three-and-out – three-and-out – punt – 50-yard field goal. Second Half – Drew Stanton fumble – three-and-out – Calvin Johnson 87-yard touchdown – three-and-out – Burleson fumble – 50-yard field goal – interception on pass intended for Brandon Pettigrew.

Players:

TE – Brandon Pettigrew: 12 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 18 yards.

WR – Nate Burleson: 1 Rush and 9 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for a 14-yard touchdown.

WR – Calvin Johnson: 7 Targets; 4 deep – big plays for 21, 22 yards and an 87-yard touchdown.

WR – Bryant Johnson: 6 Targets; 1 deep.

TE – Tony Scheffler: 4 Targets.

RB – Jahvid Best: 12 Rush and 6 Targets.

RB – Kevin Smith: 4 Rush and 1 Target.

FB – Jerome Felton: 1 Rush and 2 Targets.

Fantasy Impact: The Lions are on a bye in Week 7. Burleson is someone you should consider adding if he is available. Johnson will draw double coverage and that will leave Burleson with a lot of one-on-one coverage that he can exploit.

NY Giants

Yards: Pass 177, Rush 167

Red Zone: 3-for-3, 100 percent (season: 13-for-20, 65 percent)

Drives: First Half: fumble on punt – punt – Brandon Jacobs 4-yard touchdown – punt – Mario Manningham 33-yard touchdown. Second Half: Travis Beckum 1-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out – punt – Jacobs 6-yard touchdown – three-and-out – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Steve Smith: 9 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 20 yards.

WR – Hakeem Nicks: 7 Targets; 1 deep, 2 red zone.

WR – Mario Manningham: 6 Targets; 2 deep – big play for a 33-yard touchdown.

TE – Kevin Boss: 3 Targets – big play for a 25-yard touchdown.

TE – Bear Pascoe: 2 Targets.

TE – Travis Beckum: 1 Target; 1 red zone – big plays for a 1-yard touchdown.

RB – Ahmad Bradshaw: 19 Rush and 2 Targets; 2 red zone – big plays for 15, 15 and 45 yards.

RB – Brandon Jacobs: 9 Rush; 5 red zone – big plays for a 4-yard touchdown and a 6-yard touchdown.

Fantasy Impact: Jacobs is getting the goal line carries and has four touchdowns in the last three games. He will not rack up the yardage but as a bye week replacement he can be serviceable.

KANSAS CITY
31 – HOUSTON 35

Kansas City

Yards: Pass 201, Rush 228

Red Zone: 3-for-4, 75 percent (season: 6-for-14, 43 percent)

Drives: First Half: Mike Vrabel 2-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out – punt –Dwayne Bowe 17-yard touchdown. Second Half: Bowe 42-yard touchdown – 24-yard field goal – Thomas Jones 11-yard touchdown – three-and-out – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Dwayne Bowe: 9 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 19 yards, a 17-yard touchdown and a 42-yard touchdown.

WR – Dexter McCluster: 2 Rush and 4 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 20 yards.

TE – Tony Moeaki: 3 Targets; 1 deep.

WR – Terrance Copper: 2 Targets; 2 red zone.

TE – Leonard Pope: 1 Target.

TE – Jake O’Connell: 1 Target.

WR – Jeremy Horne: 1 Target.

RB – Thomas Jones: 19 Rush and 2 Targets; 4 red zone – big play for an 11-yard touchdown.

RB – Jamaal Charles: 16 Rush and 4 Targets – big plays for 16 and 23 yards.

FB – Mike Cox: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: There is not enough productivity coming out of the Chiefs passing game to warrant rostering anyone other than Bowe. The only speculative play to keep an eye on would be Tony Moeaki.

Houston

Yards: Pass 305, Rush 132

Red Zone: 4-for-4, 100 percent (season: 12-for-17, 71 percent)

Drives: First Half: three-and-out – punt – Joel Dressen 5-yard touchdown – three-and-out – ran out clock. Second Half: punt – Derrick Ward 38-yard touchdown – Arian Foster 2-yard touchdown – Foster 1-yard touchdown – Andre Johnson 11-yard touchdown.

Players:

WR – Andre Johnson: 13 Targets; 3 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 15, 19, 31, 44 yards and an 11-yard touchdown.

TE – Owen Daniels: 7 Targets; 1 red zone – big plays for 24 and 27 yards.

WR – Jacoby Jones: 4 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 17 yards.

TE – Joel Dressen: 1 Target; 1 red zone – big play for 5-yard touchdown.

RB – Arian Foster: 18 Rush and 6 Targets; 10 red zone – big plays for 21 yards, a 1-yard touchdown and a 2-yard touchdown.

RB – Derrick Ward: 3 Rush and 1 Target – big plays for 16 yards and a 38-yard touchdown.

Fantasy Impact: The Texans are on a bye in Week 7. Daniels is starting to see an increase in targets while Dressen is starting a decrease. So you might want to consider picking up Daniels as a speculative play to see if his targets and production continue to increase.

CLEVELAND
10 – PITTSBURGH 28

Cleveland

Yards: Pass 281, Rush 70

Red Zone: 1-for-1, 100 percent (season: 7-for-14, 50 percent)

Drives: First Half: interception on pass intended for Ben Watson – 39-yard field goal – punt – punt. Second Half: punt – punt – three-and-out – fumble on punt return –Watson 12-yard touchdown – interception on pass intended for Watson – ran out clock.

Players:

TE – Ben Watson: 9 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 23, 23 yards and a 12-yard touchdown.

WR – Chansi Stuckey: 1 Rush and 5 Targets – big play for 25 yards.

TE – Evan Moore: 5 Targets; 4 deep – big plays for 19, 28 and 34 yards.

WR – Brian Robiskie: 4 Targets.

WR – Josh Cribbs: 3 Rush and 1 Target.

WR – Mohamed Massaquoi: 1 Target.

RB – Peyton Hillis: 12 Rush and 7 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 23 yards.

RB – Mike Bell: 2 Rush.

FB – Lawrence Vickers: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: Watson is worth an addition as his role has been steady this year while receiving six or more targets in every game this year. The Browns have struggled to get any production from the wide receivers and Massaquoi is uncertain for this week’s game.

Pittsburgh

Yards: Pass 257, Rush 121

Red Zone: 3-for-4, 75 percent (season: 7-for-15, 47 percent)

Drives: First Half: interception on pass intended for Mike Wallace – Wallace 29-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out. Second Half: punt – Hines Ward 8-yard touchdown – punt – punt (recovered fumble) – Rashard Mendenhall 2-yard touchdown – three-and-out – Heath Miller 14-yard touchdown.

Players:

WR – Hines Ward: 8 Targets; 3 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 26 yards and an 8-yard touchdown.

WR – Mike Wallace: 6 Targets: 4 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 50 yards and a 29-yard touchdown.

TE – Heath Miller: 4 Targets; 1 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 36 yards and a 14-yard touchdown.

WR – Emmanuel Sanders: 2 Targets; 1 deep – big plays for 15 and 22 yards.

WR – Antwaan Randle El: 2 Targets.

TE – Matt Spaeth: 1 Target; 1 deep.

RB – Rashard Mendenhall: 27 Rush and 4 Targets; 7 red zone – big plays for 25 yards and a 2-yard touchdown.

RB – Isaac Redman: 6 Rush.

RB – Mewelde Moore: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: With Ben Roethlisberger back in the fold, Miller could become more of a red zone target. Miller has not had a touchdown reception until this past week.

BALTIMORE
20 – NEW ENGLAND 23

Baltimore

Yards
Pass
285, Rush 99

Red Zone: 1-for-3, 33 percent (season: 9-for-17, 53 percent)

Drives: First Half: 26-yard field goal – three-and-out – Todd Heap 16-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out – three-and-out. Second Half: Anquan Boldin 25-yard touchdown – 25-yard field goal – punt – three-and-out. Overtime: three-and-out – punt – three-and-out.

Players:

WR – Derrick Mason: 10 Targets; 2 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 16, 18, 20 yards.

WR – Anquan Boldin: 1 Rush and 6 Target; 2 deep – big plays for 15, 18 yards and a 25-yard touchdown.

TE – Todd Heap: 4 Targets; 2 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 16, 17 yards and 16-yard touchdown.

WR – TJ Houshmandzadeh: 2 Targets – big play for 15 yards.

TE – Ed Dickson: 1 Target.

RB – Ray Rice: 28 Rush and 10 Targets; 4 red zone.

FB – Le’Ron McClain: 3 Rush and 2 Targets.

Fantasy Impact: Mason has led the team in receiving yards for the last three games and is someone who isn’t flashy and may have a limited upside, but he’s consistent and entrenched as a starter so he can help if you are thin at receiver without a lot of other options available.

New England

Yards: Pass 292, Rush 127

Red Zone: 2-for-5, 40 percent (season: 11-for-20, 55 percent)

Drives: First Half: three-and-out – BenJarvus Green-Ellis 2-yard touchdown – punt – three-and-out – punt – ran out clock. Second Half: interception on pass intended for Wes Welker – 38-yard field goal – Deion Branch 5-yard touchdown – 24-yard field goal – interception on pass intended for Ben Tate. Overtime: three-and-out – punt – 35-yard field goal.

Players:

WR – Deion Branch: 12 Targets; 2 deep, 3 red zone – big plays for 15, 22, 23 yards and a 5-yard touchdown.

WR – Wes Welker: 11 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 21 yards.

TE – Aaron Hernandez: 1 Rush and 6 Targets; 1 deep – big plays for 18, 21, 30 yards.

WR – Ben Tate: 1 Rush and 4 Targets; 2 deep – big play for 22 yards.

TE – Alge Crumpler: 2 Targets.

WR – Julian Edelman: 1 Target; 1 red zone.

TE – Rob Gronkowski: 1 Target; 1 deep – big play for 24 yards.

RB – Danny Woodhead: 11 Rush and 7 Targets – big play for 19 yards.

RB – BenJarvus Green-Ellis: 10 Rush; 2 red zone.

RB – Sammy Morris: 1 Rush.

Fantasy Impact: Branch took over the spot vacated by Randy Moss and led the team in targets, receptions, red zone looks, receiving yards and had one touchdown. He is someone you would want to add. He should be productive now that he is back in New England.

MIAMI
23 – GREEN BAY 20

Miami

Yards: Pass 231, Rush 150

Red Zone: 1-for-1, 100 percent (season: 6-for-9, 67 percent)

Drives: First Half: Davone Bess 2-yard touchdown – interception on pass intended for Brandon Marshall – three-and-out – punt – 53-yard field goal. Second Half: 41-yard field goal – turnover on downs at Green Bay 27-yard line – three-and-out – Anthony Fasano 22-yard touchdown – ran out clock. Overtime: three-and-out – 44-yard field goal.

Players:

WR – Brandon Marshall: 17 Targets; 7 deep – big plays for 18, 19, 19 and 23 yards.

WR – Davone Bess: 9 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big play for 2-yard touchdown.

WR – Brian Hartline: 1 Rush and 5 Targets; 2 deep – big play for 19 yards.

TE – Anthony Fasano: 2 Targets – big play for 22-yard touchdown.

RB – Ronnie Brown: 19 Rush and 1 Target; 1 red zone.

RB – Ricky Williams: 13 Rush and 1 Target.

FB – Lousaka Polite: 4 Rush and 1 Target; 1 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: Bess is someone you might want to consider picking up. He has had back-to-back games with a receiving touchdown and his targets and production have picked up over Hartline the past two weeks.

Green Bay

Yards: Pass 313, Rush 76

Red Zone: 1-for-2, 50 percent (season: 10-for-17, 59 percent)

Drives: First Half: 46-yard field goal – three-and-out – Greg Jennings 86-yard touchdown – punt – punt – ran out clock. Second Half: interception on pass intended for James Jones – 26-yard field goal – three-and-out – Aaron Rodgers 1-yard touchdown run. Overtime: three-and-out.

Players:

WR – Greg Jennings: 7 Targets; 1 deep, 1 red zone – big plays for 20 yards and an 86-yard touchdown.

WR – Jordy Nelson: 7 Targets; 1 red zone – big play for 24 yards.

WR – Donald Driver: 5 Targets; 2 deep – big play for 15 yards.

WR – James Jones: 3 Targets; 1 deep.

TE – Andrew Quarless: 2 Targets; 1 deep – big play for 23 yards.

TE – Tom Crabtree: 1 Target; 1 deep – big play for 33 yards.

RB – Brandon Jackson: 12 Rush and 3 Targets – big play for 19 yards.

FB – John Kuhn: 5 Rush and 1 Target; 2 red zone.

Fantasy Impact: With Jermichael Finley out no one stepped up at the tight end position, but Nelson saw an increase in his workload. He is someone you might want to consider picking up purely on a speculative play that he might be the one who’s workload remains elevated with Finley out.

SAN DIEGO
17 – ST LOUIS 20

San Diego

Yards: Pass 249, Rush 79

Red Zone: 2-for-3, 67 percent (season: 13-for-25, 52 percent)

Drives: First Half: punt – three-and-out – interception on pass intended for Malcolm Floyd – three-and-out – three-and-out – 41-yard field goal. Second Half: three-and-out – Mike Tolbert 1-yard touchdown – three-and-out – 49-yard field goal blocked – Craig Davis 5-yard touchdown.

Players:

WR – Craig Davis: 8 Targets; 4 deep, 2 red zone – big plays for 17, 17 yards and a 5-yard touchdown.

WR – Patrick Crayton: 7 Targets; 3 deep – big plays for 16, 26, 28 and 29 yards.

WR – Malcom Floyd: 5 Targets; 3 deep.

TE – Antonio Gates: 3 Targets.

TE – Randy McMichael: 2 Targets.

WR – Richard Goodman: 1 Target; 1 deep.

RB – Ryan Mathews: 12 Rush and 4 Targets – big play for 19 yards.

RB – Darren Sproles: 1 Rush and 6 Targets.

FB – Mike Tolbert: 3 Rush; 2 red zone – big play for a 1-yard touchdown.

FB – Jacob Hester: 1 Rush and 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: Gates and Floyd were both injured last game. Gates will likely play but may not be 100 percent healthy. Floyd on the other hand may not play and is questionable at best. Crayton filled in for Floyd after he went out of the game and ended up with 117-yards on the day. He is someone you should consider adding with the receiving corps so banged up in San Diego right now.

St Louis

Yards: Pass 198, Rush 117

Red Zone: 1-for-2, 50 percent (season: 7-for-22, 32 percent)

Drives: First Half: 39-yard field goal – three-and-out – Danario Alexander 38-yard touchdown – punt – Steven Jackson 7-yard touchdown – ran out clock. Second Half: three-and-out – three-and-out – punt – three-and-out – 48-yard field goal – ran out clock.

Players:

WR – Danny Amendola: 5 Targets; 1 red zone.

WR – Danario Alexander: 5 Targets; 2 deep – big plays for 16 yards and a 38-yard touchdown.

WR – Brandon Gibson: 5 Targets; 1 red zone.

TE – Billy Bajema: 5 Targets – big play for 18 yards.

WR – Mardy Gil-yard: 3 Targets; 2 deep – big play for 21 yards.

TE – Daniel Fells: 2 Targets.

TE – Michael Hoomanawanui: 2 Targets.

RB – Steven Jackson: 29 Rush and 2 Target; 2 red zone – big play for a 7-yard touchdown.

RB – Kenneth Darby: 1 Target.

FB – Mike Karney: 1 Target.

Fantasy Impact: Alexander came out of nowhere last week and put up 72 yards receiving with a 38-yard touchdown. Proceed with caution if you are thinking of picking him up. He is a rookie who has size and speed, but he has had four surgeries on his left knee throughout his career. This was also the first time he has seen the field this year so he is someone worth watching for now.

About Fantasy Sharks

FantasySharks.com began in 2003, disseminating fantasy football content on the web for free. It is, or has been, home to some of the most talented and best known fantasy writers on the planet. Owned and operated by Tony Holm (5 time Fantasy Sports Writer Association Hall-of-Fame nominee,) Tony started writing fantasy content in 1993 for the only three fantasy football web sites in existence at the time.