WR Armon Binns - Miami Dolphins
|6-3, 209||Born: 9-8-1989||College: Cincinnati||Drafted: ---|
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Week 11: vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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FBG says: Good matchup. Jay Cutler, at this point, looks best suited to the dink-and-dunk style we've seen in spurts in his age-34 season. The notorious gunslinger appears past his days of deep-ball fireworks - or maybe he just hasn't yet clicked with his receivers down the field. He's completed just 12 of his 41 attempts 15+ yards downfield, virtually wasting the big play talents of DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills. Rather, Cutler is nursing the ball, leaning mostly on low-impact slot man Jarvis Landry (10.6 targets per game), and it's not adding up to any fantasy dynamism. As long as that keeps up, we can't project this passing game to anything more than slow-churning, low-impact production. Unless he and Parker (and/or Stills) gain major rapport Cutler has probably already maxed out in terms of yardage (197.3 per full game) and touchdown (1.43) potential, and he's barely earning QB2 status.
No matter the opposing quarterback, it seems, the Tampa Bay pass defense remains a sieve. They've tightened up a bit lately - their early-season pace was historically bad - but have still given up 262+ passing yards in 9 of their 10 games. For the record, that's a list of opposing quarterbacks that includes Mike Glennon, Case Keenum, Tyrod Taylor, and Josh McCown. Having top cornerback Brent Grimes back healthy has been a boon, but he can't be everywhere, and his counterparts at safety have played poorly all year. Opponents are exploiting the Buccaneers consistently down the field (29 completions of 20+ yards, 11th-most in the league), so we can start to (tentatively) project strong weeks for the Dolphins' wideouts, particularly big play threat DeVante Parker.
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