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Reggie Wayne has gotten a lot of receptions but he hasn’t gotten very many touchdowns. But it’s not something that you should worry about. This week he is a must-start against the Dolphins defense, who are one of the worst in passing defense. I’m even benching Victor Cruz in a fantasy league of mine so that I can start Wayne. He had a 200-yard performance earlier this year. I think he’ll get close to that. Prepare to see him getting at least 8 catches and 100 to 150 yards.
Week 9 Top 20 Wide Receivers:
Reggie Wayne, Ind
Brandon Marshall, Chi
A.J. Green, Cin
Demaryius Thomas, Den
Roddy White, Atl
Calvin Johnson, Det
Percy Harvin, Min
Miles Austin, Dal
Victor Cruz, NYG
Andre Johnson, Hou
Julio Jones, Atl
Vincent Jackson, TB
Marques Colston, NO
Larry Fitzgerald, Ari
Hakeem Nicks, NYG
Dez Bryant, Dal
Mike Wallace, Pit
Steve Smith, Car
Antonio Brown, Pit
Dwayne Bowe, KC
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Reggie Wayne has been a leader for the Colts this year, in both his on-field play and his mature press-handling. Jarrett Bell's article on how Wayne views the Luck/Manning comparison brings the veteran's thoughts to light. According to Wayne:
"I'm glad I stayed, to help [Luck] create his own legacy. He's going to have to win some games, win some rings, before...
There's good news; there's bad news. According to Phil Richards, the Colts will be without Coby Fleener and Vontae Davis this Sunday. Davis has a sprained knee (glad we got him back, eh?), and Fleener's slightly dislocated his left shoulder. Actually, according to Richards, it's a subluxation, or temporary, partial dislocation of his left shoulder. In other news...
As a slight followup to the last link, it's been confirmed: Robert Mathis is expected to take the field against Miami. According to the Associated Press:
The four-time Pro Bowl player expects to play Sunday against Miami after missing the previous three games with a knee injury. ''That's the plan,'' he said Thursday. ''Looking forward to being out...
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