3. Will Fuller will be held to 50 yards receiving
As great as Will Fuller was last Sunday, this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Will Fuller will be held to under 50 yards with no touchdowns. Stock is through the roof on Fuller after last Sunday with 14 receptions for 217 yards and three touchdowns.
Before that performance against the Atlanta Falcons, Fuller had only one game over 60 yards receiving this season, and only two games out of four with 50 or more yards receiving. In the first four games of the season Fuller totaled 14 receptions for 183 yards and no touchdowns.
Dan Israeli of FanDuel.com wrote this about Fuller’s starts, including aspects of his game for fantasy football:
"“They have been burned by similar big-play deep threats like Fuller this season, giving up nice lines to DJ Chark (4-146-1), Tyrell Williams (5-46-1) and Kenny Golladay (5-67-2). Fuller should get a good dose of deep balls against the Chiefs, as he is currently fourth in the league in air yards (542) heading into Week 6.”"
This is a prediction here that hopefully is completely off the mark and 100-percent incorrect. Looking at the season of Fuller before last Sunday, maybe this prediction isn’t so bold after all depending on how you look the the situation of Fuller this season and how he responds after last Sunday’s amazing performance.