Mike Glennon has a 6:3 touchdown-to-interception ratio has two 300 yard games in just three starts. The Buccaneers have been playing from behind often, which means he’ll have lots of opportunities to throw the ball. He’s a legitimate option if you need a fill-in for a player on a bye. However, the Vikings have been stingy against opposing quarterbacks, allowing the fourth fewest points to enemy signal callers.
Veteran wide receiver Vincent Jackson has bounced back after a rough start to the year. Jackson has been targeted 60 times in just six games and has hauled in 25 of those passes for 344 yards and two touchdowns. Since Mike Glennon took over at quarterback, Jackson has been targeted 35 times in three games. Fire him up as a WR2 against the Vikings.
Rookie wide receiver Mike Evans is quietly having a nice rookie season. He has caught 21 of his 35 targets for 258 yards and two touchdowns. Don’t forget that he missed the Saints game with an injury. In the last two games he has appeared in, Evans hasn’t totaled lets than 11 fantasy points. He’s becoming hard for fantasy owners to bench, but wait and see if he has another good week against Minnesota before starting him as a WR3.
It’s been a miserable season for Doug Martin. He hasn’t eclipsed 45 yards in any game this year. Luckily, Minnesota gives up 5.0 yards per carry to opposing running backs. This week’s game is Martin’s big chance to bounce back coming off the bye. Second-year back Bobby Rainey will continue to eat into Martin’s touches but the former Boise State product will be the starter against Minnesota.
Rookie tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins had his best game as a pro two weeks ago against Baltimore and he’ll be looking to continue his good play this week against the Vikings. However, he’s only been targeted 8 times in the last two games. A breakout game could be on the way if he becomes a bigger part of the passing attack.
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