Eric Decker finds end zone twice in first half for fantasy owners

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Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker continues his best season with two touchdowns in the first half. We break down the fantasy implications.

Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker caught two touchdown passes from Peyton Manning in the first half as the Broncos hold a 21-3 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs. Decker has five receptions for 60 yards and two touchdowns.

Decker has already destroyed his previous season-highs in receptions, yards, and touchdowns. With two scores in Week 17 he is up to 13 touchdowns on the season.

Fantasy Impact: Decker is the Broncos leader in TD receptions this season and seems to have become Peyton Manning's favorite red zone target. The Broncos need to beat the Chiefs to lock down the AFC's top-seed, so expect them to keep playing their starters until things are locked up.

The Broncos will likely run the ball a bit more in the second half, but they won't let off the gas and Decker could easily find himself in the end zone again.

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