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2013 Fantasy Football: Week 9 Target Practice

Key: I – Player missed game or left game early due to injury. S – Player was suspended for game. A – Player was inactive. B – Bye week. Most notable players who missed a game due to injury or benching are marked with an S or A. If a lesser-known player was inactive, etc., I just put a 0 in his weekly spot because I don’t know if that player was just inactive, hurt, etc. Ownership numbers will be listed in parentheses with ESPN first, then Yahoo!


Jaron Brown: 2-0-2-2-0-1-2-0-B (9) Jim Dray: 2-7-0-1-2-2-2-0-B (16) Andre Ellington: 3-2-6-6-4-5-5-2-B (33) Larry Fitzgerald: 14-5-6-9-6-12-5-7-B (64) Michael Floyd: 6-7-6-10-7-6-10-4-B (56) Rob Housler: 0-0-3-2-2-5-7-1-B (20) Rashard Mendenhall: 1-2-1-4-2-1-0-0-B (11) Andre Roberts: 9-8-4-2-1-4-8-2-B (38) Alfonso Smith: 1-0-1-1-3-1-4-0-B (11)


Drew Davis: 0-0-1-0-0-B-1-7-2 (11) Patrick DiMarco: 0-0-0-0-2-B-0-2-1 (5) Harry Douglas: 6-5-6-6-4-B-7-18-5 (57) Tony Gonzalez: 6-8-5-14-14-B-4-8-7 (66) Steven Jackson: 8-2-I-I-I-B-I-5-4 (19) Darius Johnson: 0-0-0-0-0-B-3-9-2 (14) Jacquizz Rodgers: 1-4-3-6-4-B-9-5-6 (38) Jason Snelling: 3-4-5-3-5-B-0-0-0 (20) Levine Toilolo: 0-0-1-2-2-B-0-3-0 (8) Roddy White: 2-3-4-9-4-B-I-I-I (22)

Jackson caught three of his four targets while rushing for 57 yards on 13 carries against a tough Panthers D. Douglas had three catches and 82 yards, and he remains startable every week White’s out.


Marlon Brown: 6-6-3-8-I-7-4-B-9 (43) Dallas Clark: 12-1-7-9-0-6-4-B-1 (40) Ed Dickson: 0-5-0-3-2-0-2-B-3 (15) Tandon Doss: A-A-A-9-5-6-3-B-4 (27) Jacoby Jones: 4-I-I-I-I-2-8-B-8 (22)  Vonta Leach: 4-0-2-2-1-2-1-B-0 (12) Bernard Pierce: 1-1-2-1-0-2-1-B-0 (8) Ray Rice: 11-3-I-1-7-4-5-B-4 (35) Torrey Smith: 8-13-9-12-9-4-6-B-8 (69) Deonte Thompson: A-A-A-5-7-0-0-B-4 (16)

Brown led Baltimore in targets this week, caught five passes and scored twice. He’s fairly inconsistent, just like the Ravens offense, but he’s their No. 2 pass-catcher and should be owned in more leagues. Despite 16 targets in his past two games, Jones only has eight catches and just 59 yards.


Scott Chandler: 6-6-6-3-6-4-3-11-9 (54) Tashard Choice: 0-1-1-0-0-3-1-0-1 (7) T.J. Graham: 1-3-5-3-4-6-2-4-4 (32) Marquise Goodwin: 1-0-0-0-0-3-0-5-4 (13) Fred Jackson: 5-6-5-0-6-5-5-4-2 (38) Steve Johnson: 6-10-13-6-3-I-13-11-7 (59)  CJ Spiller: 6-5-1-0-0-2-3-I-3 (20) Robert Woods: 2-6-10-8-14-6-4-3-8 (61)

Chandler only caught three passes for just 26 yards. He should only be owned if you’re needing a bye-week replacement; then drop him. Goodwin has flashed some potential recently, but he’s dealing with a hamstring injury while Woods has an ankle injury. If either one doesn’t suit up in Week 10 the other’s value goes up a bit.


Ted Ginn: 1-8-4-B-5-3-2-6-3 (32) Brandon Lafell: 0-6-5-B-9-4-4-5-9 (42) Greg Olsen: 10-8-8-B-6-4-4-4-5 (49) Steve Smith: 8-11-7-B-10-7-6-7-10 (66) Jonathan Stewart: I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-3 (3) Mike Tolbert: 1-3-0-B-1-3-0-4-4 (16) DeAngelo Williams: 3-0-2-B-3-5-1-3-2 (19)

LaFell caught six of his nine targets – a better rate than Smith – but his upside is almost non-existent and he can’t be relied upon at all. Don’t bother with him. In his season debut, Stewart caught all three of his targets for 22 yards. I wouldn’t start him yet, but his involvement in the passing game makes him more valuable.


Earl Bennett: 1-2-3-4-3-2-4-B-0 (19) Martellus Bennett: 6-9-5-12-5-7-3-B-8 (55) Michael Bush: 1-0-1-0-0-2-0-B-1 (5) Matt Forte: 6-11-4-6-6-6-3-B-8 (50) Alshon Jeffery: 8-5-8-11-13-5-7-B-9 (66) Brandon Marshall: 10-10-8-14-5-11-10-B-13 (71)


Gio Bernard: 2-2-4-7-3-7-6-2-4 (37) Tyler Eifert: 5-5-2-5-7-3-4-4-4 (39) A.J. Green: 13-14-8-15-8-11-8-7-19 (103) BenJarvus Green-Ellis: 1-1-0-0-1-1-0-0 (4) Jermaine Gresham: 5-9-5-5-4-4-5-3-7 (47) Andrew Hawkins: I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-2 (2) Marvin Jones: 2-4-4-3-2-5-6-8-7 (41) Mohamed Sanu: 5-8-5-6-2-6-2-3-9 (46)

After his four-touchdown game last week, Jones caught four passes for 66 yards but had a 50-yard touchdown wiped out by an offensive holding call. Jones was just third in targets this week, tied with Greshman. Hawkins could be a deep-league PPR pick-up. He had just one catch in his season debut, but last year he caught 51 passes on 80 targets for 533 yards in 14 games.


Gary Barnidge: 1-0-0-1-1-3-1-1-1 (9) Travis Benjamin: 8-0-0-1-1-2-0-0 (12) Davone Bess: 10-8-10-6-5-3-6-8-4 (60) Jordan Cameron: 13-7-11-12-5-6-9-4-5 (72) Josh Gordon: S-S-19-9-6-9-6-10-7 (66) Greg Little: 10-12-8-2-5-5-9-3-9 (63) Willis McGahee: A-A-A-0-2-1-1-2 (6) Chris Ogbonnaya: 3-0-5-5-2-12-2-4-6 (39) Fozzy Whittaker: 0-0-0-0-0-0-5-2-4 (11) 

Little caught seven passes for 122 yards, but that was a career day so don’t spend a pick-up on him.


Miles Austin: 12-4-5-I-I-4-3-0-I (28) Cole Beasley: 0-0-1-3-4-5-7-3-9 (32) Dez Bryant: 8-13-6-9-10-8-16-6-11 (87) Gavin Escobar: 2-1-2-0-3-0-1-0 (9) James Hanna: 0-5-0-0-1-1-0-2-1 (10) Dwayne Harris: 3-0-1-2-2-0-0-2-2 (12) DeMarco Murray: 10-6-3-5-1-2-I-I-7 (34) Joseph Randle: 0-0-0-0-0-2-4-4-0 (10) Terrance Williams: 4-3-0-8-4-2-7-10-7 (45) Jason Witten: 9-8-6-10-10-5-6-2-10 (66)

Beasley caught six passes for 68 yards and now has at least four catches and 44 yards in four of his last five games. Williams’ four-game touchdown streak came to an end with just two catches, but New Orleans, the Giants and Oakland are Dallas’s next three opponents so he should have plenty of opportunities to get back in the end zone.


Montee Ball: 0-2-0-0-0-2-0-1-B (5) Eric Decker: 7-13-8-7-8-7-13-7-B (70) Ronnie Hillman: 2-1-1-3-4-2-1-0-B (14) Knowshown Moreno: 3-3-2-1-5-10-6-6-B (36) Demaryius Thomas: 11-6-11-10-6-5-9-11-B (69) Julius Thomas: 7-9-4-4-12-7-6-3-B (52) Wes Welker: 11-8-8-9-6-8-12-10-B (72)


Joique Bell: 6-8-5-4-4-2-4-1-B (34) Ryan Broyles: I-I-3-1-2-2-4-2-B (14) Nate Burleson: 6-8-9-I-I-I-I-I-B (23) Reggie Bush: 8-4-I-6-6-6-5-9-B (44) Kris Durham: 2-2-3-4-8-13-8-6-B (46) Pat Edwards: 3-0-0-0-5-3-0-B (11) Joseph Fauria: 3-0-3-0-0-3-4-0-B (13) Calvin Johnson: 9-8-13-10-I-8-15-16-B (79) Kevin Ogletree: (Acquired from Tampa Bay, Week 5) A-A-A-A-3-2-2-B (7) Brandon Pettigrew: 4-6-2-7-5-4-7-6-B (41) Tony Scheffler: 1-0-2-2-7-0-0-0-B (12)

Green Bay

Jarrett Boykin: 0-0-0-B-0-6-10-6-1 (23) Randall Cobb: 12-10-11-B-8-4-I-I-I (45) Jermichael Finley: 8-7-1-B-6-7-5-I-I (34) Johnathan Franklin: 0-0-3-B-0-1-1-0-0 (5) James Jones: 2-12-8-B-6-1-I-I-3 (32) Eddie Lacy: 2-I-I-B-1-1-7-4-0 (15) John Kuhn: 1-0-0-B-0-2-1-2-0 (6) Jordy Nelson: 10-4-9-B-7-10-6-8-9 (65) Andrew Quarless: 0-3-5-B-0-0-1-2-7 (18) James Starks: 1-5-0-B-0-0-0-0-0 (6) Myles White: 0-0-0-B-0-0-2-7-1 (10)

Aaron Rodgers‘ broken collarbone obviously hurts the Packers’ receivers and makes Nelson the only startable option here. Jones returned from his own injury and had just one catch so until we see how he and Seneca Wallace mesh it’s best to leave him on the bench.


Owen Daniels: 7-5-9-11-9-I-I-B-I (43) Arian Foster: 8-4-2-8-5-7-0-B-1 (35) Garrett Graham: 5-5-0-6-5-4-8-B-6 (39) DeAndre Hopkins: 6-13-7-3-4-5-4-B-6 (48) Andre Johnson: 16-13-6-12-10-8-6-B-13 (84) Keshawn Martin: 0-2-3-6-1-2-0-B-0 (14) DeVier Posey: 0-0-4-0-2-1-2-B-4 (13) Ben Tate: 2-4-4-1-2-4-3-B-2 (22)

Johnson had one of the best games of his career Sunday night, catching nine passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns. No more discussion needed. You’re starting him all the time.


Donald Brown: 0-0-1-2-2-2-3-B-2 (12) Coby Fleener: 1-8-2-7-3-6-5-B-5 (37) Darrius Heyward-Bey: 4-5-5-6-6-2-7-B-6 (41) T.Y. Hilton: 5-12-4-9-6-8-11-B-12 (67) Trent Richardson 0-0-3-1-1-2-0-B-3 (10) Griff Whalen: 0-3-0-0-0-0-0-B-9 (12)

Hilton had the best game of his career Sunday night, catching seven balls for 121 yards and three scores. He’ll remain a bit inconsistent, but with Wayne out the targets should be there for him to be a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 for the rest of the season. Fleener finished second in yards for the Colts this week with 64. His usage should go up as the season progresses so pick him up in deeper leagues if you have an untrustworthy starter.


Justin Blackmon: S-S-S-S-9-20-9-10-B (48) Mike Brown: 3-0-0-0-0-5-8-6-B (22) Justin Forsett: 5-0-0-0-0-3-1-3-B (12) Clay Harbor: 1-4-1-8-5-3-0-1-B (23) Maurice Jones-Drew: 2-1-5-1-3-2-2-8-B (24) Marcedes Lewis: 0-0-0-0-0-0-3-3-B (6) Ace Sanders: 9-7-3-8-1-3-0-1-B (32) Cecil Shorts: 11-14-15-12-10-1-13-10 -B(86) Will Ta’ufo’ou: 1-0-1-0-1-3-0-3-B (9)

Kansas City

Donnie Avery: 5-4-7-10-4-4-4-5-5 (48) Dwayne Bowe: 6-8-3-7-6-4-9-2-12 (57) Jamaal Charles: 6-10-8-11-9-9-4-7-7 (71) Anthony Fasano: 5-2-0-0-o-I-5-3-1 (16) Dexter McCluster: 5-4-4-5-3-5-5-10-4 (45) Sean McGrath: 0-4-4-5-6-3-2-2-0 (26) Anthony Sherman: 4-0-2-1-2-0-4-3-0 (16)


Charles Clay: 6-7-6-6-6-B-3-8-3 (45) Brian Hartline: 14-8-6-4-7-B-11-6-5 (61) Rishard Matthews: 0-0-4-2-0-B-1-6-4 (17) Lamar Miller: 1-2-3-3-0-B-3-3-4 (19) Daniel Thomas: 1-1-1-1-2-B-1-1-2 (10) Mike Wallace: 5-11-5-7-16-B-10-10-8 (72)


John Carlson: 1-2-2-2-B-2-2-2-6 (19) Toby Gerhart: 0-0-2-1-B-2-3-2-1 (11) Greg Jennings: 7-6-6-4-B-10-10-3-9 (55) Cordarrelle Patterson: 1-2-4-2-B-2-6-3-4 (24) Adrian Peterson: 4-2-6-1-B-4-4-3-3 (27) Kyle Rudolph: 4-6-8-2-B-11-9-4-2 (46) Jerome Simpson: 8-5-8-11-B-7-9-3-5 (56) Jarius Wright: 2-2-4-1-B-2-5-0-5 (21)

Rudolph suffered a broken foot and will miss around a month with the injury. You can drop him, but don’t bother picking up Carlson. Outside of Peterson you don’t want anyone here.

New England

Danny Amendola: 14-I-I-I-9-4-I-6-4 (37) LeGarrette Blount: 0-1-0-0-0-1-0-0 (2) Brandon Bolden: 0-0-6-1-0-3-3-2 (15) Aaron Dobson: 0-10-10-3-4-10-7-5-9 (48) Julian Edelman: 9-18-7-9-7-11-7-2-4 (74) Rob Gronkowski: I-I-I-I-I-I-17-5-10 (32) Michael Hoomanawanui: 2-0-2-0-2-4-0-0-2 (12) Stevan Ridley: 0-0-0-2-0-1-2-0-4 (9) Kenbrell Thompkins: 14-7-7-11-4-6-5-1-A (55) Shane Vereen: 10-I-I-I-I-I-I-I (10)

Gronk, Dobson and Amendola all finished with at least a touchdown and 100 yards. Dobson has two straight good games and can be picked up in a lot of leagues, but he still can’t be relied upon as a starter.

New Orleans

Marques Colston: 6-7-8-8-2-3-B-6-I (42) Jimmy Graham: 7-16-15-4-11-6-B-3-12 (74) Mark Ingram: 0-1-0-0-0-0-B-0-1 (1) Robert Meachem: 0-0-2-1-1-1-B-3-5 (13) Lance Moore: 4-4-3-I-I-I-B-4-10 (25) Darren Sproles: 6-8-6-8-3-12-B-4-1 (48) Kenny Stills: 5-0-2-6-2-3-B-4-5 (27) Pierre Thomas: 4-5-6-6-9-1-B-3-10 (44) Nick Toon: 0-0-0-2-1-4-B-0-4 (11) Ben Watson: 3-0-2-2-1-4-B-3-1 (16)

Moore (67, 47) scored last week and caught six passes for 70 yards this week as he and Thomas tied for second in targets for the Saints. Like Dobson, Moore can be owned but don’t rely on him as a starter unless Colston’s out longer.

New York Giants

Victor Cruz: 8-11-8-16-12-5-7-10-B (77) Peyton Hillis: 0-0-0-0-0-0-6-5-B (11) Brandon Jacobs: 0-1-0-1-3-2-I-I-B (7) Brandon Myers: 9-10-6-1-5-1-3-4-B (39) Hakeem Nicks: 8-7-1-9-12-8-10-12-B (67) Rueben Randle: 6-9-4-4-13-5-3-1-B (45) Da’Rel Scott: 8-4-3-2-A-2-0-0-B (19) David Wilson: 1-1-0-3-1-I-I-I-B (5)

New York Jets

Jeff Cumberland: 0-0-3-1-4-5-7-2-I (22) Stephen Hill: 9-8-6-1-2-8-5-7-1 (47) Santonio Holmes: 3-6-10-5-II-I-I-I (24) Chris Ivory: 2-0-0-I-0-0-2-0-0 (4) Jeremy Kerley: 4-0-5-5-6-7-10-4-2 (43) David Nelson: A-A-A-A-2-1-7-12-3 (25) Bilal Powell: 5-5-3-5-2-3-2-6-3 (34) Zach Sudfeld: 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-2-4 (6) Kellen Winslow: 8-6-0-9-1-A-A-A-A (24)

Sudfeld led the Jets in targets this week, which says all you need to know about their passing game. Ivory, who’s invisible in the passing game, is the only player worth starting here on a semi-regular basis.


Brice Butler: 1-3-4-3-1-1-B-3-0 (16) Jacoby Ford: 2-2-1-0-2-2-B-1-5 (15) Rashad Jennings: 0-2-2-8-0-2-B-0-10 (24) Darren McFadden: 5-4-1-0-I-3-B-2-2 (17) Denarius Moore: 7-2-11-6-8-10-B-4-11 (59) Marcel Reece: 2-0-5-2-3-3-B-0-2 (17) Mychal Rivera: 3-3-3-6-3-3-B-1-5 (27)  Rod Streater: 8-4-4-3-3-7-B-6-6 (41)

McFadden left Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury, similar to the one he had previous this season. Jennings (4, 9) rushed for 102 yards on just 15 carries and caught seven of his 10 targets for 74 yards. If McFadden’s out next week Jennings can be deployed as a flex play against a Giants team giving up 27 points a game.


Jason Avant: 3-7-8-4-7-6-12-4-1 (52) Bryce Brown: 0-1-0-3-2-2-1-1-1 (11) Brent Celek: 3-1-5-6-3-1-4-3-4 (30) Zach Ertz: 3-2-1-2-3-6-5-4-6 (32) Riley Cooper: 6-3-7-2-1-6-7-5-6 (43) DeSean Jackson: 9-15-7-6-12-6-8-11-6 (80) LeSean McCoy: 1-6-1-3-8-2-7-5-4 (37)

Cooped (8, 11) tied for the team-lead in targets this week, catching five for 139 yards and three scores. Barring something catastrophic, Nick Foles will be Philly’s starter for the rest of the year and he and Cooper have good chemistry together. The Eagles play Green Bay next week, which is an OK matchup for receivers, and then Washington, which is allowing the third most fantasy points to receivers, in two weeks. Cooper should be one of your top waiver or FAAB priorities this week.


Le’Veon Bell: I-I-I-5-B-3-1-7-10 (26) Antonio Brown: 7-9-13-12-B-11-7-13-9 (81) Jerricho Cotchery: 7-9-4-6-B-0-4-4-8 (42) Felix Jones: 0-0-2-1-B-1-1-3-3 (11) Heath Miller: I-I-4-8-B-7-4-6-5 (34)  Emmanuel Sanders: 12-10-8-8-B-6-2-11-11 (68)

Cotchery also caught three touchdowns Sunday, but he probably won’t surpass that number in the rest of his games combined. Sanders saw 11 targets for the second straight week and has had his two best yardage outputs of the season then, too. Sanders is worth a roster spot, but the past two weeks are most likely an outlier as the Steelers were playing catch-up in both games.

San Diego

Keenan Allen: 0-3-1-6-9-12-6-B-11 (48) Vincent Brown: 4-7-3-9-9-4-2-B-6 (42) Malcom Floyd: 5-6-I-I-I-I-B-I (11) Antonio Gates: 4-10-7-10-10-8-6-B-10 (65) Ladarius Green: 0-0-2-0-1-1-3-B-1 (7) Ryan Mathews: 2-1-0-4-0-1-B-0 (8) Eddie Royal: 6-8-2-3-8-0-4-B-6 (39) Danny Woodhead: 3-9-8-7-9-5-4-B-12 (57)

Allen (41, 82) isn’t owned in every league because I assume these other leagues are defunct and no one is paying attention in them? He has 100 yards and a touchdown in three of his last four. He’s been a WR1 the last six weeks and should continue to be a WR2 the rest of the season. Royal’s scored the past two weeks, but don’t let him tease you into another pickup.

San Francisco

Anquan Boldin: 17-4-8-7-6-8-6-6-B (62) Vernon Davis: 9-5-I-4-6-11-8-4-B (47) Frank Gore: 2-3-4-2-0-0-3-1-B (15) Vance McDonald: 2-2-3-2-0-1-2-0-B (12) Bruce Miller: 2-5-1-3-1-2-1-3-B (18) Kyle Williams: 6-6-6-1-0-2-1-3-B (25)


Doug Baldwin: 8-1-2-4-9-4-1-1-10 (40) Jermaine Kearse: 2-0-1-1-1-3-3-2-2 (15) Marshawn Lynch: 3-3-0-3-2-5-3-1-5 (25) Zach Miller: 4-4-3-3-0-0-7-3-5 (29) Golden Tate: 7-2-7-5-11-7-7-7-3 (56) Robert Turbin: 2-1-1-0-0-2-0-1 (7) Luke Willson: 0-1-5-0-4-3-2-0-0 (15)

Despite trailing almost the entire game, Lynch still carried the ball 21 times and only Baldwin had more than five targets. After a pretty strong four-game stretch Tate only caught three passes for only 29 yards. Lynch is the only one you want to start here unless you’re in a very deep league.

St. Louis

Tavon Austin: 7-12-7-8-6-1-5-3-2 (51) Stedman Bailey: 0-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-1 (2) Jared Cook: 10-6-7-9-3-2-7-6-6 (55) Chris Givens: 3-8-8-8-7-4-2-5-8 (53) Lance Kendricks: 4-3-5-1-6-2-3-5-4 (33) Isaiah Pead: S-4-7-S-1-0-0-0-0 (12) Austin Pettis: 6-11-5-9-5-1-4-4-4 (49) Brian Quick: 2-1-4-3-2-2-6-3-2 (25) Daryl Richardson: 6-6-0-2-1-1-1-1-I (18) Zac Stacy: 0-0-0-0-1-2-4-3-7 (17)

Givens’ 13 targets lead the Rams since Kellen Clemens took over two games ago. He’s averaged four catches for 57 yards in those two games.

Tampa Bay

Vincent Jackson: 13-11-6-11-B-14-22-13-4 (94) Mike James: 0-0-0-1-B-0-3-5-2 (11) Brian Leonard: 1-0-2-2-B-1-2-7-4 (19) Doug Martin: 6-1-6-4-B-4-3-I-I (24) Tiquan Underwood: A-A-A-A-B-4-1-4-3 (12) Mike Williams: 8-6-9-6-B-I-5-6-I (40) Timothy Wright: 0-0-2-6-B-9-3-8-4 (32)

Wright (1, 12) caught all four of his targets for 58 yards and a touchdown, and has scored in two straight. He has at least five catches and 41 yards in four of his last five. With Wiliams out Wright should be the No. 2 receiver for the rest of the season for Tampa.


Kenny Britt: 2-9-5-I-6-1-2-B-1 (26) Justin Hunter: 0-0-2-1-3-1-2-B-2 (11) Chris Johnson: 0-1-2-2-5-4-4-B-4 (22) Delanie Walker: 4-2-8-4-6-5-5-B-2 (36) Nate Washington: 7-5-10-8-8-4-10-B-4 (56) Damian Williams: 2-0-2-7-2-5-3-B-1 (22) Kendall Wright: 4-11-6-9-8-8-12-B-5 (63)

Wright (34, 51) was the only Tennessee receiver to do anything Sunday, catching three passes for 69 yards. He should be owned in quite a few more leagues; he’s been extremely consistent since Week 2.


Fred Davis: 4-2-0-1-B-0-A-A-A (7) Pierre Garcon: 11-13-13-7-B-15-8-11-11 (89) Leonard Hankerson: 7-3-7-7-B-6-5-3-6 (44) Roy Helu: 2-1-3-3-B-6-2-1-1 (19) Josh Morgan: 5-6-2-1-B-1-0-2-1 (18) Alfred Morris: 1-2-1-0-B-1-0-0-0 (5) Santana Moss: 9-5-9-3-B-3-2-5-2 (38) Logan Paulson: 0-3-6-2-B-0-1-1-3 (16) Jordan Reed: 6-3-6-I-B-6-9-14-5 (49) Aldrick Robinson: 2-2-2-0-B-0-2-2-1 (11) Darrel Young: 1-0-0-2-B-0-0-0-0 (3)

Garcon led Washington in targets again, and his season total almost doubles the next receiver’s. Don’t worry about Reed’s slow day. He’ll be fine.

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