Jarius Wright does right, potential fantasy pickup after solid showing in Seattle

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The Vikings receiver made the most of his opportunities against the Seahawks in Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jarius Wright caught three passes for 69 yards and two touchdowns in the team's 41-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 11. Wright's touchdown in the second quarter of the game was the first of his NFL career

Fantasy impact: With the Vikings not contending for the playoffs this year, players like Wright might be worth a look down the stretch. That said, he hasn't received more than five targets in a game this year.

At this point, the purple and gold are evaluating young talent on the roster for next year. Wright is one of many being given a chance.

In order for him to be fantasy relevant though, he's got to get more chances or keep capitalizing near the end zone. Beyond that it would be hard to trust him. It's not totally his fault, the Vikings don't exactly have a star quarterback.

Overall, it's worth story Wright on your bench, but only in deeper leagues or leagues that progress through multiple seasons.

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