Marques Colston blows up Packers secondary, fantasy value heating up

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New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston had a monster day versus the Pack. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

However futile, New Orleans Saints wide out Marques Colston had a huge day against the Green Bay Packers secondary. The Saints No. 1 receiver finished with nine receptions for 153 yards and a touchdown. Colston was Drew Brees' go-to-guy on the day, as the two connected for four quarters.

Fantasy Analysis: Colston has high upside, not only because of his physical ability, but because of his role in this offense and his quarterback. As long as he's healthy, his fantasy value dictates that he is a must-start on a weekly basis. He is a risk in that on any given day, it can be Jimmy Graham, Devery Henderson or Lance Moore that leads the team, but Colston is the most likely of the receivers to be consistent week-to-week.

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