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Fantasy Football analysis: Washington WR Adam Humphries
Humphries has been a productive member of the WFT offense so far this season. Though that’s really all you can say about him. He’s been solid, but nothing special. He has just 10 catches through three games, with the overwhelming majority of them coming in the Week 2 win over the Giants. Last week in a loss to the Bills he hauled in just one pass for seven yards on four targets.
He still hasn’t brought down a touchdown yet this year either. The Washington offense is very pass-heavy, but it’s tough to try and rely on a boom or bust type of player like Humphries has been so far this season.
Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation
Sit him, he’s still yet to crack 50 yards receiving in any game and has been held to 10 yards or fewer in two of Washington’s three games so far.