Found September 15, 2012 on Juan Elway:

You feeling “Lucky” Juan?

Fantasy owners everywhere are kicking themselves for not grabbing Reggie Wayne.  Those of you that did, are feeling really good about their mid draft pick.  Starting his 12th season Wayne proved he still has “it” when he hauled in 9 catches for 135 yards.  The winning kicker is that he received 18 targets from Andrew Luck…18 Targets!!!  #87 will be great in standard scoring but he will be a PPR Monster!!!  Luck obviously feels comfortable slinging it to the veteran, and he will be doing it often. They will be playing from behind often, so sit back and watch both Wayne and Luck stack yards.

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