Eric Decker records 133 yards, touchdown for Broncos in big fantasy night

Justin Edmonds

Eric Decker hauled in all of his targets in a rout of one of the Broncos' AFC West rivals on Monday night. We break down the fantasy implications.

Broncos receiver Eric Decker led the team with 133 yards receiving and a touchdown on eight catches during a 37-21 win over the Raiders on Monday night.

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Decker exploded out of the gate, logging 103 yards before the halftime gun and scoring a touchdown on the team's first drive. Peyton Manning found him for a two-yard pitch and catch, which began a huge day for Decker, who reeled-in all eight of his targets.

Fantasy Spin: As expected, it was a field day for the Broncos offense, which was just too much of a match for a patchwork Raiders defensive unit. With a commanding 27-7 lead at halftime, Decker's production slowed down as the team predominantly went into clock-killing mode. His owners were satisfied nonetheless, as they ought to be once again when he faces the Eagles next week. He can be confidently penned in as a WR2 with WR1 upside.

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