Fantasy Football Target Practice: Owens, Marshall & More

Posted: 17th September 2009 by Eric Stashin in NFL
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It’s easy to simply look at a receivers numbers and determine if they were useful or not in any given week, but that’s only telling half the story.  How many times were they given the opportunity to make a play?  That’s just as important.  Let’s take a look at some of the storylines coming out of Week One’s Games: Justin Gage led the Titans by being targeted 11 times
We talked about him in detail after the game (click here for the article).  We’ll have to see what happens this week, with word coming out that Nate Washington will play the slate of a normal starter, but if he’s going to be a consistent target in Tennessee, he’s going to prove worthy of a roster spot. Kellen Winslow was targeted 9 times
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