Delanie Walker finishes with his best fantasy outing of 2013

Andy Lyons

The Titans No. 1 tight end was a key part to the Titans gameplan on Thursday night. We break down the fantasy implications.

Ryan Fitzpatrick constantly looked for his top tight end in Week 11 against the Indianapolis Colts. Delanie Walker caught 10 passes for 91 yards and a touchdown on Thursday night, hauling in every single on of his targets from Fitzpatrick.

Walker hasn't caught more than five passes in any game this season. However, he now has three touchdowns in the past four games.

Fantasy impact: If you think you've finally struck gold with Walker, you should probably stop getting your hopes up immediately. Walker scored his lone touchdown wide open in the fourth quarter, after one of the Colts' defenders completely blew an assignment.

Walker appears to have a nice rapport built in with Fitzpatrick. It's rare to see a combo complete all 10 targets to any one player. Next week the Titans take on the Raiders, where Walker will be a TE2 for Week 12.

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