Patriots WR Danny Amendola involved in less than half of offensive plays


Patriots WR Danny Amendola involved in less than half of offensive plays

After being limited in practice this week with a groin injury, Danny Amendola @DannyAmendola played only 32 of 69 snaps in Sunday's win. The Patriots looked to hold the lead running the ball in double TE sets, which forced Amendola to the sidelines. Amendola was coming off of his second 10-catch game of the season heading into week 16.

Fantasy Analysis:

One of the worst things to happen to fantasy owners: your player suits up, but hardly plays. At least he grabbed a couple of passes for 45 yards in his limited time on the field. Fantasy owners came into the season expecting Amendola to be a PPR machine with injury issues, and he is who we thought he was. That's why this week was such a disappointment. Amendola came into the week healthy enough to start and was expected to perform like a low WR2 or High WR3. If your championship is next week, or you have a 2 week championship format, consider him a low WR3 against Buffalo.

Source: Mike Reiss

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Tony Casale is happy to be joining as a contributor starting late in the 2013 season. Tony has been involved with fantasy football for over a decade and has been writing and recording podcasts as a fantasy football expert for the past three years. Winner of numerous high profile fantasy leagues, he also competes and is involved with fantasy baseball.

When not adjusting his line-up, Tony is a professional actor and screenwriter, spending most of his time in Chicago after spending the last 7 years in Los Angeles. Go Bears, Go Bulls, Go Hawks and White Sox...but never, ever the Cubs.