Marques Colston finds the end zone in Week 10: Fantasy Implications

Chris Graythen

New Orleans Saints wide out Marques Colston scored a TD in Week 10. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston wasn't very loud in Week 10, but he did manage to find the end zone. In an NFC South slugfest, the Saints and Falcons traded blows for sixty minutes, with New Orleans coming out on top. Colston was able to contribute with a touchdown in one of his three catches.

Colston is the No. 1 WR in this Saints offense and favorite target of quarterback Drew Brees. No. 12 has been a solid weapon for the New Orleans offense.

Fantasy Analysis: Colston is a solid fantasy option each and every week he suits up. He is a big-bodied pass-catcher with great focus. He is a primary target of Brees, and a serviceable deep threat. Colston will continue to get all kinds of looks in this New Orleans offense, keeping his ceiling high.

Even his Colston doesn't have a spectacular game in terms of catches and yards, we see he can still find the end zone if nothing else. Continue to roll with Colston in all fantasy formats.

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