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Week 1 vs. NO
Receiving: 1 / 12 / 0 on 2 targets
When all else failed, Lewis made an appearance in the 4th quarter and snagged one ball for 12 yards. Both Lewis and Camarillo entered the game late after the Vikings primary receivers failed to deliver. Favre appeared more confident with Lewis and Camarillo than he did with Percy Harvin and Bernard Berrian on the outside. This may be something to monitor going forward as the season progresses.
Week 2 vs. MIA
Receiving: 1 / 14 / 0 on 4 targets
Lewis made a great effort on a couple of balls, in limited action. Though he didn't see the field for much of the game, he was targeted three times in the final drive, and appeared to be Favre's best chance out there.
Week 3 vs. DET
Receiving: 3 / 30 / 0 on 4 targets
Lewis continues to see extended action with Sidney Rice on the bench. Harvin is the 'go to' guy and Berrian still doesn't seem to be on the same page as Favre. Lewis was Favre's first target of the game, and he had a nice grab down the left side of the field for 14 yards. He worked the middle and sidelines for the rest of the game, finishing with two short receptions for minimal gains. Lewis was also the target of a Favre pass early in the third that was picked off. However, Farve was hit as he threw the ball and it floated over the middle of the field where it was picked off. Until Basket or Camarillo step up, Lewis will be the #2 WR for the Vikings for the next several weeks.
Week 5 vs. NYJ
Receiving: 1 / 33 / 0 on 2 targets
All Lewis does is make big plays. His 33 yard play late in the 4th quarter was instrumental in keeping the Vikings hopes alive late in the game, setting up Favre's 3rd TD pass.
Week 6 vs. DAL
Lewis was only on the field for passing downs. He is buried on the depth chart for the Vikings, and the addition of Randy Moss takes away any potential fantasy value that Lewis may have had.
Week 9 vs. ARI
Receiving: 4 / 30 / 0 on 6 targets
No last second heroic catch for Greg Lewis today, but he had a solid contribution for a fired up Vikings offense. Most of his catches were short completions to move the chains, but Lewis is another player who can be a solid contributor for this offense even if he isn't a starter.
Week 10 vs. CHI
Receiving: 1 / 13 / 0 on 3 targets
Lewis looked to have little to no chemistry with Favre and had a hard time connecting with him, often having passes over or underthrown his way. Lewis is another possession orientated receiver for Favre in an offense that needs dynamic play makers and Lewis could find himself on the sideline should the Vikings receiving corps get healthy once again.
Week 11 vs. GB
Receiving: 2 / 40 / 0 on 4 targets
Lewis's first catch was a big one along the sideline, as Favre hit him perfectly in stride for a 29 yard gain, bringing the Vikings to the 11 yard line. A couple of plays later he was targeted on a crossing pattern near the goal line, but let the ball slip through his fingers. Lewis was targeted on another short route and nearly caught the ball, but was hit hard and couldn't hang on. In the third quarter, he made a short third down catch, which is not enough for the first down but does put them close enough to set up a long field goal attempt.
Week 14 vs. NYG
Receiving: 2 / 13 / 0 on 3 targets
Lewis was targeted three times on the final drive. All short passes. Two receptions for minimal gains. Talk about garbage time.