A.J. Green scores again in Week 11: Fantasy Implications

John Grieshop

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green continues to dominate the highlight reel. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Cincinnati Bengals wide out A.J. Green continues to be a menace for opposing secondaries in 2012. In Week 11 versus the Kansas City Chiefs, the Bengals star receiver scored again. On top of the touchdown, he finished with 6 receptions for 91 yards.

Green is the big-play threat that keeps this Bengals offense so potent week to week. He is the player that opposing teams highlight each week.

Fantasy Analysis: In only his second year in the league, A.J. Green has quickly developed into a fantasy stud. This is a guy that you must keep in your lineup every Sunday. His big-play ability is an enormous asset, and heavily utilized in this offense.

Green neared 100 yards again in Week 11, and had a score to go with. He will continue to put up impressive numbers each week.

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