Cecil Shorts III provides solid fantasy stats in Week 10

Mike Ehrmann

Cecil Shorts III was the most productive Jaguars receiver against the Colts. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cecil Shorts III was one of the few Jaguars to actually make a good impression in Week 10. The second-year receiver caught six passes for 105 yards and the only touchdown of the night for Jacksonville against the Indianapolis Colts.

Shorts finished second on the team in targets with 13 total, and saw more looks after Chad Henne took over for the injured Blaine Gabbert.

Fantasy Impact: If for some reason you're determined to start a Jaguars receiver in your lineup, Shorts needs to be the one you choose. His numbers fluctuate with in this mess of an offense, but he's provided several big outings throughout 2012.

The Texans will likely keep the entire Jaguars offense from scoring many fantasy points in Week 11, but if Henne manages to start under center, Shorts may be seeing more targets once again.

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