Danny Amendola has decent fantasy PPR day in Week 11

David Welker

Danny Amendola racked up seven catches, but couldn't do much with them. We break down the fantasy implications.

St. Louis Rams WR Danny Amendola had a rather empty statline in Week 11. Against the New York Jets, Amendola reeled in seven reception on 11 targets, once again being Sam Bradford's favorite weapon. Unfortunately, those catches only led to 41 yards for just 5.9 yards per catch. He also briefly left the game with a foot injury.

The Rams fell 27-13 to the Jets to fall to 3-6-1 on the season.

Fantasy Impact: As long as Amendola is healthy, he'll get his targets and PPR owners can lock him in as a WR2 most weeks. His value in standard leagues is more shaky, as the high number of catches won't matter if he can't do anything with them.

Consider Amendola a decent flex option against the Cardinals in Week 12.

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