Entering Sunday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Tiquan Underwood was most famous for his hi-top fade hairstyle. No. 2 on that list was the fact that Underwood was released by the New England Patriots the day before Super Bowl XLVI.
Those are still probably the two most famous things about Underwood, but his huge game Sunday could be fighting for a spot on the list as well, as Underwood was the Buccaneers' best skill-position player in their 24-21 win over the Detroit Lions.
Underwood caught three passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns. Both the yardage and the scores were career highs for Underwood, who only had three touchdowns in his career -- which started in 2009 -- and hadn't topped 77 yards in a game.
Fantasy impact: Underwood's second score Sunday came on an 85-yard catch. Without that play, he only had two catches for 23 yards in the game. He was only targeted five times in the game, and still remains pretty clearly behind wide receiver Vincent Jackson and tight end Tim Wright on the team's depth chart. This was a nice game, but overall it remains really hard to trust Underwood in fantasy.