Reggie Wayne has strong fantasy performance vs. Chiefs

Jamie Squire

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne put up some good fantasy numbers in the Colts win over the Chiefs. We break down the fantasy implications.

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne had a solid outing in the Colts Week 16 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Wayne caught five passes for 81 yards and a touchdown in the Colts 20-13 victory.

Wayne's numbers in Week 16 put him over 1,300 receiving yards on the season and gave him five touchdowns on the year. After a bit of a down year last season, Wayne has re-established himself as one of the better receivers in the NFL.

Fantasy Impact: Last week was Wayne's worst game of the season, so it was good to see him bounce back against the Chiefs.

Wayne is up against the Texans in Week 17, the same team that held him to only 14 yards receiving last week. If your league plays in Week 17, start Wayne, but be aware he might not equal his output from this week.

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