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Colts wideout Reggie Wayne led the way Sunday with nine catches for 114 yards.Fantasy Spin:Wayne was targeted 18 times but many of those throws were rushed as the Ravens' pass rush was busy giving rookie quarterback Andrew Luck everything he could handle. Wayne bounced back from a disappointing 2011 campaign by finishing seventh in the NFL in receiving yards (1,355).
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