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1.Jeremy Maclin (RotoWire) Maclin caught nine of 11 targets for 160 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills. Analysis: Maclin's 11 targets were more than any other two players combined, as quarterback Alex Smith connected with only three other players. Maclin has been incredibly up-and-down this season, as he came into the game with fewer than 30 yards in back-to-back games, but Sunday's output was his third with at least 140 yards. Up next is a Week 13 trip to face a Raiders defense that allows the third-most receiving yards per game.1 hour
2.Jeremy Maclin goes 9-160-1 vs. Bills in ... (Rotoworld) Jeremy Maclin caught 9-of-11 targets for 160 yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' 30-22, Week 12 win over the Bills. Analysis: Maclin had been held to three catches for less than 50 yards in four-straight games coming into this one. Bills-Chiefs was expected to be a defensive struggle and more focused on each offense's running game. That wasn't the case, however, as both Maclin and Sammy Watkins went bonkers in a game that combined for five passing scores. Maclin's first big play was a 37-yard catch behind fill-in CB Mario Butler to set up Spencer Ware's short rushing score two ... (More)1 hour
3.Jeremy Maclin (RotoWire) Maclin caught just three passes for 29 yards on seven targets Sunday against the Chargers. Analysis: Despite being the undisputed top receiver for the Chiefs, Maclin has now had four straight games in which he only has three grabs, and he hasn't broken 50 yards receiving over that stretch. Given his production of late, it's tough to consider him a fantasy lock anymore, and it seems likely he'll see a heavy dose of Stephon Gilmore next week against the Bills, which could present another challenge for him to break the recent trend.6 days
4.Maclin quiet in blowout win over Charger... (Rotoworld) Jeremy Maclin nabbed three of six targets for 29 yards in the Chiefs' Week 11 win over the Chargers. Analysis: Maclin was knocked out of the game briefly after taking a big hit from Jahleel Addae in the third quarter. He came back in but didn’t see much action as the Chiefs were way ahead and looking to take time off the clock. Our worst fears have mostly been confirmed as Alex Smith’s ultra conservative offense has dramatically lowered Maclin’s ceiling. He’s caught exactly three passes in each of his last four games. Maclin will be on the WR2/3 borderline next week at home again... (More)6 days