Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green had a big yardage game Thursday with 128 yards, but was held out of the end zone. Green was easily quarterback Andy Dalton's favorite target in the game, which the Bengals lost 22-20 in overtime to the Miami Dolphins.
Green's 11 receptions and 19 targets were both career highs, though the 128 yards were only his third-highest total of 2013. The wide receiver as five different hundred-yard outings in nine games this season.
A week after his four-touchdown explosion, wide receiver Marvin Jones was held scoreless on Thursday, going for 66 receiving yards on four receptions.
Fantasy impact: A touchdown out of Green would have been nice, but it's hard to complain about 128 receiving yards, especially for those that own him in a point-per-reception league where Green would have added 11 extra points in fantasy value. He's still a WR1 and one of the top three or four wide receivers in the entire NFL.
Jones, meanwhile, couldn't possibly have been expected to repeat his huge performance of a week ago (though, to be fair, he did have a 50-yard score called back on a questionable penalty). Going forward, Jones is a decent WR3/flex play most weeks.