Brandon Lloyd scores first TD as fantasy value holds steady

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Brandon Lloyd got his first TD of the season Sunday against the Bills. We break down the fantasy implications.

New England Patriots WR Brandon Lloyd finally found the endzone in Week 4. Against the Buffalo Bills, Lloyd had three catches on seven targets for 50 yards and the 4th quarter score, as the Pats poured it on late, beating the Bills 52-28.

Fantasy Impact: After some early-season miscues (including dropping an easy TD bomb in the season opener), it's good that Lloyd finally has his first TD out of the way, even if it came in essentially garbage time. Through four games, Lloyd now has 25 catches for 287 yards, and will not be hurting for touches in New England's explosive offense. He will score many more TDs this season, and should be starting in every fantasy league as the Pats play the Broncos in Week 5.

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