Mike Brown gives his few fantasy owners second touchdown of the year

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The Jaguars wide receiver had his first decent fantasy game since October. We break down the fantasy implications.

In Weeks 7 and 8, it looked like Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Mike Brown might be developing into a fantasy-reliable piece, as he had 22 fantasy points in the two-game stretch. In the six games after that, though, he totals seven fantasy points. Brown bounced back to relevance Sunday in the Jaguars' 20-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Brown had five catches for 71 yards in the game, scoring on a seven-yard pass from quarterback Chad Henne late in the second quarter. It was Brown's second score of the season, and his most yardage outside of his 120 yard game in Week 7.

Fantasy impact: Ace Sanders, who had been the team's top option at wide receiver in the wake of Justin Blackmon's suspension and the injury to Cecil Shorts III, was held to only 20 receiving yards in the game, with the looks going far more to Brown. Neither receiver is worth much consideration, but it's worth monitoring the two for next season to see which -- if either -- can become a viable No. 2 to Shorts.

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