Pierre Garcon full practice could signal full return of fantasy value

Tom Pennington

If finally at one-hundred percent health, RG3 could be a sleeper for the rest of the year. We break down the fantasy implications.

Redskins receiver Pierre Garcon was a full participant in Thursday practice, easing any concerns that the Washington wideout might have suffered any setbacks during his return from a foot injury. Garcon has been ailing all season after suffering the injury against the Saints on an 88-yard touchdown. He has eased his way back in and finally broke out for 93 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.

There was no doubt that Garcon would play this week against the Giants, but he may be set for a bigger workload.

Fantasy Take: Robert Griffin III's receiving options are pretty awful outside of Garcon, so to have him in there and be healthy could make him a good bet for 90-100 yards every week in that offense. He might be the best guy stashed on your bench all year and ready for a fantasy playoff breakout.

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