Doug Baldwin scores again for Seahawks, fantasy owners

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The Seahawks wide receiver has been hot of late. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin continued his hot second half of the season Sunday. The receiver passed teammate Golden Tate in overall fantasy production in the team's 23-0 victory over the New York Giants.

Baldwin had 71 receiving yards and a touchdown on six catches against New York. It was Baldwin's fourth touchdown and fourth double-digit fantasy day in his last six games, and he's had between 60 and 80 yards five times in that span. Tate, meanwhile, has fallen off of late -- he had only 25 receiving yards on two catches on Sunday, and has averaged only 40 yards and 3.5 fantasy points in his last four.

Fantasy impact: The Seahawks and fantasy owners kept expecting wide receiver Percy Harvin to come back strong and be productive, and it just hasn't happened, so the looks have to go somewhere. For now, it looks like that "somewhere" is to Baldwin, as he has done much more than Tate of late.

Going forward, neither receiver is worth much more than a desperation start, though if you have to use one, it looks like Baldwin is the choice.

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