Kamar Aiken, WR, Ravens
|WR - #50||132.31||BAL||Active||5 years||26||6'2||215|
2015 Outlook:Last updated on Dec-13-2015 by Shawn Childs
Week 14 DFS Update (12/13): Aiken has 30 catches in his last five games for 333 yards and two TDs on 49 targets. Over a full season that would equate to 96 receptions, 1,066 yards and six TDs on 157 targets. Seattle has the 3rd-best WR Fantasy defense in the league with only four TDs allowed to WRs. Aiken will see Sherman on some plays, but his skill set isn't high enough to be shadowed. Tough matchup with no real upside.
Week 13 DFS Update (12/5): Aiken has played reasonably well over the last four games as the lead WR for the Ravens. Over that stretch he has 24 catches for 265 yards and two TDs on 38 targets. In his nine full games played, Aiken has five games with over 70 yards receiving and four TDs. Miami was crushed at the WR position in Week 12 (18/265/4). Overall, the Dolphins rank 20th in WR Fantasy defense, with 16 TDs allowed to WRs. Second tier player with a mid tier matchup.
UPDATE (11/12): Kamar Aiken has gone from deep sleeper to No. 1 receiver in a very short period of time. Consistency is still an issue, but that should come in time given the Ravens' limited pass-catching options on the outside. Marlon Brown has been a non-factor while rookie Breshad Perriman struggles to get back to 100-percent after PCL surgery. Aiken is poised for a huge final stretch. Even his talent isn't on par with other No. 1 receivers, he will see a No. 1 WR workload which is exactly what Fantasy owners should be looking for this late in the game.
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