Davone Bess finally finds end zone, fantasy value up in Week 11

Tom Szczerbowski

Davone Bess caught his first touchdown of 2012 on Thursday night. We break down the fantasy implications.

Davone Bess was the go-to guy for Ryan Tannehill this week. He caught six passes for 50 yards and his first touchdown of the 2012 season. He also saw a team-high 11 targets on the night.

Brian Hartline has been leading the way in the receiving game in recent weeks, but it was Bess out in front this time around.

Fantasy Impact: The Dolphins offense struggled mightily throughout Thursday night, but Bess' lone touchdown was the highlight of the evening. He's more of a PPR option, though, so don't expect a massive scoring output going forward.

Miami takes on Seattle next week, and with Tannehill continuing to regress in recent weeks, Bess will likely have a tough time scoring points for your lineup in Week 12.

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