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Week 1 vs. IND
Receiving: 3 / 47 / 0 on 5 targets
Holt had one downfield catch, sliding to get under an underthrown ball by Garrard, and he had a few short catches, but Holt was well-covered all day, and clearly lacks his old separation ability. Between Garrard's safe style, the OTs inability to consistently create a good pocket, and Holt's age showing, it's going to be hard for Holt to be productive enough to trust in your lineup this year.
Week 2 vs. ARI
Receiving: 6 / 65 / 0 on 11 targets
Holt started the day auspiciously with a nice catch downfield over the middle. The rest of the day, he was only productive on some short targets that he had to slide to catch, and a quick slant or two. He also dropped a pass at the sidelines, and generally looked more frustrated as the day went on. He's still not getting great separation, and he's probably relegated to short and intermediate routes at this point in his career.
Week 3 vs. HOU
Receiving: 3 / 57 / 0 on 7 targets
Torry Holt had 3 receptions for 57 yards and 0 scores against the Texans. His long reception of 27 yards came when he was lined up to the outside in single-coverage. Holt appears to be the WR2 for Jacksonville but is the third option in the passing game behind Mike Simms-Walker and Maurice Jones-Drew.
Week 4 vs. TEN
Receiving: 3 / 42 / 0 on 5 targets
Holt is now a secondary target with the breakout of Mike Sims-Walker. He got wide open on a third and long for his biggest catch of the day. Holt had a red zone target, but he fell down on the route, and he wasn't open.
Week 5 vs. SEA
Receiving: 7 / 95 / 0 on 11 targets
Holt had no trouble getting open early on, and Garrard found him easily. With nearly 100 yards on the day, he was the lone bright spot for an offense that kept on stumbling - and fumbling - just when it seemed ready to score. Holt's only downside was that he never was targeted on deep routes.
Week 6 vs. STL
Receiving: 5 / 101 / 0 on 8 targets
Holt had his most impressive game of the year against his old team. He caught the ball at the sidelines, in traffic over the middle, and on quick timing routes. He also drew two pass interference penalties, and looked as good as he has all year getting separation from defensive backs. He also made a veteran catch getting both feet down on the sidelines with little room to operate. He is becoming a more viable fantasy play as Mike Sims-Walker is emerging as a #1 receiver.
Week 8 vs. TEN
Receiving: 2 / 17 / 0 on 6 targets
Starting wideout Torry Holt continues to struggle as a Jaguar, this week only making two catches in Week 8. Holt lost an 11-yard catch due to a penalty and was trying to stretch the field early in the game but could not catch his two deep targets. Holt added his two catches later in the first half but after his six first half targets Holt never had another chance on the afternoon. Holt is a strong veteran wideout but with David Garrard struggling and his offensive line collapsing around him, the entire Jacksonville passing game is one to avoid.
Week 9 vs. KC
Receiving: 4 / 37 / 0 on 9 targets
Holt fumbled trying to stretch for a first down early in this one, but recovered to play his usual role of helping the Jags move the chains with short, precise routes and strong catches. His value has plateaued at bye week/injury option in only very deep PPR leagues.
Week 10 vs. NYJ
Receiving: 2 / 24 / 0 on 6 targets
Holt had an unimpressive game catching two passes for 24 yards. He fell down on a sure 20 yard reception and was fortunate that the pass was not intercepted.
Week 11 vs. BUF
Receiving: 3 / 31 / 0 on 7 targets
Holt looked old, with an uncharacteristic bad drop, and no real threat of doing anything after the catch. He did make a few catches to get the game-winning drive sparked, but at this point Holt can safely be dropped in all but the very deepest of fantasy leagues.
Week 12 vs. SF
Receiving: 4 / 50 / 0 on 7 targets
Holt was a reliable target but not looked to all that often, and had no red zone opportunities.
Week 13 vs. HOU
Receiving: 2 / 24 / 0 on 6 targets
Torry Holt had a productive game against the Texans despite only catching two passes. Both catches came on the right side of the field and were tough grabs in tight coverage. Holt is not the receiver he once was (and no one is likely to confuse the Jaguars with the "Greatest Show on Turf") but he uses all the veteran tricks of great route-running and using body to shield the defender so that he can remain productive. David Garrard tends to look to him early in games as the passing offense gets going.
Week 14 vs. MIA
Receiving: 2 / 71 / 0 on 3 targets
Holt was invisible until late in the second half, when two Miami defenders bit on a double move and allowed him to get behind for a 63-yard catch and run deep into Miami territory. Holt was targeted two plays later on a quick slant in the red zone but tackled immediately inside the five yard line.
Week 15 vs. IND
Receiving: 3 / 38 / 0 on 8 targets
Torry Holt was shut out in the first half on Thursday Night Football by the Colts, getting just two uncatchable passes thrown in his direction in the second quarter. Holt picked up the pace in the second half with three catches on six targets, including a 17-yard dig route over the middle in the third quarter. Holt is getting more work and targets but the connection with Garrard is not as significant as the chemistry between his quarterback and Mike Sims-Walker.
Week 16 vs. NE
Receiving: 2 / 23 / 0 on 4 targets
While he only had two receptions on the day, Holt did accomplish what only two other NFL receivers have ever done --- 11 straight seasons with 50+ receptions. Holt had an 18-yard leaping catch called back on a holding penalty in the 2nd quarter.