Best Ratios on Catches to Targets From Week Seven

Best Ratios on Catches to Targets From Week Seven


Wes Welker
Welker has stepped in on three different NFL teams and done an outstanding job. Try to think of another receiver over the last 20 years that has done that. Attached to Welker’s name is his tendency to drop balls. Sunday he snared that few would be able to catch. He finished the night with seven catches on twelve targets.

Jacquizz Rodgers
You do not necessarily have to have a running back that gets fifteen plus carries a game to be fantasy worthy. Those were the old days of fantasy football. Rodgers has been a proficient PPR back with minimal playing time as a Falcon. Now that he is getting the bulk of duties with Steven Jackson injured he is shining even more. His eight catches on nine targets padded his great numbers and drove fantasy opponents crazy.

Jeremy Kerley
Geno Smith reverted back to his old tricks in this game. He threw a pick-six that he had no business letting the ball leave his hand, and had problems fumbling the ball seemingly all day. Yet, he had a few series where he shined and did enough to keep the game competitive against the Patriots. Jeremy Kerley was a calming factor for Smith. When Smith went his direction he completed eight of his ten passes.

Jordan Reed
The Bears could not stop the Redskins ground attack, passing attack, nor RG3 from having revitalized legs. Jordan Reed was one of the shining stars to have a significant day. He all nine passes thrown to him for over 130 yards receiving. You can’t beat a perfect day.

Steve Smith
Never get into a trash talking debate with Steve Smith. He has always been a fuel to the fire type of player. He has had a down year thus far but got back into the fantasy spectrum with a touchdown on nearly seventy yards receiving. He almost had two touchdowns if he didn’t go to on the one-inch yard line. Still he had a solid day and caught all six passes Cam Newton threw to him.

Kendall Wright
The Titans got into a quick early hole against the 49ers. Instead of being able to rely on short passes and a run game, the Titans had to avert to trying to move the football. Jake Locker did decent in his return but could not muster up an all- around performance against a tough 49ers defense. Wright though did have a solid day with nine catches on twelve targets.

Others: Reggie Wayne 5 catches/8 targets, Eric Decker 8 catches/13 targets, Calvin Johnson 9 catches/15 targets, AJ Green 6 catches/8 targets, Riley Cooper 6 catches/7 targets, Dez Bryant 8 catches/16 targets, Cecil Shorts III 8 catches/13 targets, Eddie Royal 4 catches/4 targets, Anquan Boldin 5 catches/6 targets, Jarrett Boykin 8 catches/10 targets, Antonio Brown 6 catches/7 targets


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