Solutions as Fred Davis Takes a Small Chronic Break

Solutions as Fred Davis Takes a Small Chronic Break
Byron Lambert,

After all, he did come to the NFL from Southern Cali. Los Angeles to be exact. It sounds like Fred Davis has been dabbling in the sticky icky a little too much lately. Unfortunately, even if he does decide to make a quick trip to the phony pain doctor it is pretty safe to say the NFL won’t be making exceptions for that type of license or prescription.

It looks like Fred Davis will be suspended immediately and miss the rest of the season. If you are a Davis owner heading in to the playoffs and need some emergency back up options, I’ve done a little research for you. Not because I am nice, because well…I am a Fred Davis owner:

Jermaine Gresham – Andy Dalton is good and is targeting Gresham a lot, especially in the redzone. He is very athletic and has been coming on.

Kellen Winslow – Has been good recently. Quite a few redzone looks and Winslow seems pretty healthy. Make sure Freeman is too.

Dustin Keller – Consistently gets the targets. Production is another story because Mark Sanchez is consistently inconsistent.

Anthony Fasano – Averaging 6.65 points/game over the last 7 games. Turning in to a Matt Moore favorite and Moore has been slinging it lately. We saw upside for 16 points in week 9.

Tony Scheffler – Quietly averaging 5.8 points/game over the last 6 games. There is plenty of pass production in DET to go around.

Joel Dreesen – 4 TDs in the last 6 weeks. 2 straight games with a TD catch.

Jacob Tamme – 4.8 points/game over the last 3 games. 5 receptions for 49 yards on Sunday with Dan Orlovsky taking over.

You may also want to take a look at Greg Olsen and Kyle Rudolph


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