Week 13 WR Recap

Brian Hartline and Kendall Wright continue to put up solid fantasy numbers in week thirteen.

Analysis: Brian Hartline caught 9 balls on 15 targets for 127 yards and a score Sunday afternoon against the Jets. Hartline now has four consecutive 55-plus receiving yard games. He also has 24 receptions in that four game span. Hartline is available in 40-70% of fantasy leagues.

Kendall Wright had himself another fine ball game Sunday against the Colts. Wright put up 77 receiving yards on 6 receptions and 11 targets. Wright now has four consecutive 75-plus receiving yard games and has 28 receptions in that four game span. He’s on pace to put up more than 1,100 yards but he has only found the end zone twice this year. Wright has top 25 fantasy wide out numbers yet he still isn’t getting much love. He’s available in 10-60% of fantasy leagues.

Jacoby Jones is the long shot add this week. Jones has a touchdown, 8 receptions, 13 targets and 156 receiving yards in his last two games. He’s a high risk/high reward fantasy option but he may be of some use with just four weeks remaining in the season. Jones is available in 85-95% of fantasy leagues.

Deep League Help- Jacoby Jones

It seems like Jacoby Jones has been a deep league sleeper for years and now with the injury to Kevin Walter, Jones will be targeted more against a shaky Miami secondary in week two.

Analysis: Jacoby Jones was only targeted three times in week one against the Colts. Expect that number to increase against a weak Miami secondary. Against the smaller Colts’ defense, Houston ran the ball 41 times to only 24 passing attmepts. You can expect more of a balance against the Dolphins and with it a handful more of targets. Jones is a big play receiver and having Andre Johnson on the field cannot hurt either. Jones should not be an add for some shallow leagues out there but in deeper leagues he’s a great addition while Kevin Walter is out with a severely bruised collarbone. Also, if Owen Daniels(one reception, two targets) continues to struggle out there, Jones just may have a few solid games in him. Jacoby Jones isn’t anything special but the depth at wide out in deeper leagues is much needed on many a fantasy squad.