San Diego Chargers wide receiver Danario Alexander had a career day on Sunday versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In Week 10, the Chargers pass-catcher caught five balls for 134 yards and a touchdown. At 6'5", the third-year receiver provides a big target for QB Philip Rivers.
On his 100-plus-yard day, Alexander collected 80 of those yards on a single play. And while this was a good sign for the youngster, it's hard to determine whether or not this is the beginning of something.
Fantasy Analysis: Danario Alexander fits the bill in terms of measurables, and what the Chargers look for in their receivers. He is a big-bodied pass-catcher that can seriously help this team move the ball down field, and perhaps fill the void left by Vincent Jackson.
Most were expecting Robert Meachem to emerge after coming over from New Orleans, but he only had one catch for 8 yards. Alexander might be worth a pickup in some leagues, as a low-end flex option.