Ryan Broyles disappoints fantasy owners with zero-catch effort in Week 4

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Don't get too excited about Broyles just yet.

Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles played 43 snaps and ran 22 routes in Sunday's Week 4 win over the Chicago Bearsaccording to Mike Clay. Broyles did not catch a single pass, however, and was only targeted one time by Matt Stafford.

The Lions spread the ball around and even Brandon Pettigrew had seven catches. It's tough to figure out what's going wrong for Broyles, who is coming off a major knee injury. With the amount of snaps he's getting, however more production is expected.

Fantasy spin: Broyles is tough to keep on your roster after Sunday's dismal performance. The injury must still be affecting him. Stafford hardly even looked Broyles' way in Week 4 and that's not a good sign going forward.

If you sprinted to the waiver wire to grab Broyles after Nate Burleson's injury, feel free to put the Lions' slot receiver back where you found him until he proves himself.

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