Stretching The Field Post Week Six

Stretching The Field Post Week Six


Reggie Wayne
Wayne had a nice average with five catches for eighty eight yards. He also had a key drop on a quick slant in which he would have probably eclipsed one hundred yards receiving with. Even Wayne can drop a pass every now and then. Barring injury, Wayne is on his way to having another typical Reggie type season.

DeNarius Moore
Terrelle Pryor is not going to light up the statistic of passing yards. He is still getting acclimated to NFL defenses and struggled tremendously in the second half against Kansas City. Moore is a still a solid fantasy wide receiver for a quarterback like Pryor. He gets separation from defenders and can take quick throws like he did Sunday the distance. His targets of ten didn’t disappoint either Sunday. He finished with four catches for over eighty yards.

Brandon LaFell
LaFell got the big play that broke the game open and led to the rout of the Minnesota Vikings on their home field. LaFell has the capability but until Newton shows a pattern of dependability everyone on Carolina’s offense remains a risk from a fantasy standpoint.

Riley Cooper
It was rather a bit shocking to see Nick Foles have an effortless performance against the Tampa Bay defense. Even Drew Brees struggled a few weeks earlier at Tampa Bay. Foles though was able to drop back and complete deep ball throws consistently to Cooper and Jackson. Cooper had the biggest on a deep sideline touchdown pass. He finishes with four catches for over one hundred yards receiving.

Jordy Nelson
Nelson was driving fantasy owners nuts. Sunday with James Jones and Randall Cobb out instantly sports bars acted like the Packers had no other receiver capable and the Packers should be written off against the Ravens. Nelson still wears a Packers uniform and somehow got behind Ravens cornerback Webb for a deep bomb touchdown. Nelson will have to be Rodgers top target over the next few games until Cobb and Jones are back to full health.

Larry Fitzgerald
It looks like Fitzgerald knows his body better than anyone else. He has taken it easy in practice over the last three to four weeks with a sore hamstring, yet he hasn’t missed any game action on Sunday. You could tell over the last four weeks that he was not 100 percent. But Sunday he had a breakout game and showed signs that his hamstring is near or at 100 percent. He had a key third down conversion that he ran for a 70 yard plus touchdown.


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