Jermichael Finley finds the end zone in Week 11: Fantasy Implications

Jonathan Daniel

Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley scored a touchdown in the first half of Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley finally found the end zone after quite the drought in 2012. For the most part, Finley has been a non-factor in this Packers offense. Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers relies heavily on his wide receivers, making Finley a decoy more often than not.

In a Week 11 battle for the NFC North, the Lions and Packers are duking it out. At halftime, Detroit currently holds a 10-7 lead over Green Bay.

Fantasy Analysis: There are probably a number of owners that sat Finley, having given up on him. He has not played an integral role in this offense. Finley has not been as sure-handed as the wide outs on the team, and thus, doesn't seem to have the same sort of trust from Rodgers.

But in Week 11, Finley has defied on the odds. He has scored already, so anything from here on out it bonus. If he can pile on some yards in the second half, this could turn out to be a good day for the Packers tight end.

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