Marcedes Lewis tops century mark for first time this season: Fantasy implications

Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Marcedes Lewis had seven receptions for 103 yards during the Jaguars' loss to the Titans on Sunday. He topped 100 yards receiving for the first time this season. We break down the fantasy implications.

Marcedes Lewis had seven receptions for 103 yards during the Jacksonville Jaguars' loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 17. Lewis topped 100 yards receiving in a game for the first time this season.

Lewis' big day salvaged what had been an otherwise quiet season for the veteran tight end. He finished with 52 receptions for 540 yards and four touchdowns on the season.

Fantasy Impact: Lewis put up decent yardage, but struggled once again to find the end zone this year. He failed to score during the 2011 season, and has scored two touchdowns or less in every season of his career outside of a 10-touchdown outburst in 2010. It's hard to tell whether the problem lies with Lewis or the Jags. Either way, Lewis isn't a reliable fantasy option.

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