Ryan Broyles' low Week 5 snap count killing his fantasy football value

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If you haven't done so already, it's time to move on from Ryan Broyles.

Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles played only 29 of the team's 68 offensive snaps in a Week 5 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Broyles finished the day with two catches for 27 yards. Meanwhile, Patrick Edwards and Kris Durham outpaced Broyles in snaps, getting the most time at the two outside receiver spots while Broyles was relegated to slot duty.

Fantasy spin: If you haven't already, it's time to part ways with Ryan Broyles. He hasn't been the same after the knee injury that ended his in 2012. Even with Nate Burleson and Calvin Johnson out on Sunday, Broyles' snap count was far too low for him to be worthwhile in fantasy football.

For dynasty owners, Broyles is worth stashing in hopes that he finds his game again somewhere down the line. Other than that, there isn't a ton of hope for Broyles as a fantasy players.

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