Roddy White puts together a huge first half for fantasy owners

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Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White dominated the Carolina Panthers' secondary in the first half of Sunday's game, catching six passes on ten targets for 97 yards and a pair of scores. We break down the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White dominated the Carolina Panthers' secondary in the first half of Sunday's game, catching six passes on ten targets for 97 yards and a pair of scores. White had ten targets compared to just three for Julio Jones, who did not manage to catch a single pass in the first half. Matt Ryan was looking White's way early and often.

Fantasy Impact: Despite Julio Jones coming out of the gate strong in the season's opening week, Roddy White has been the most valuable Falcons wide receiver for fantasy owners this season. Matt Ryan has emerged as one of the best quarterbacks in football, and Roddy White has been a tremendous fit in Atlanta's new offensive scheme.

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