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The immediate success of Andrew Luck has sparked Reggie Wayne's youthful side.
Okay, so maybe this one appears to be a bit of a cop out initially. It was obvious Reggie Wayne's numbers suffered last year from horrific and inconsistent quarterback play.
We knew he'd still be a viable wide receiver this year, somewhere in the WR3/4 range. But did anyone on draft day expect the 33-year-old to lead the NFL in targets, receiving yards and receiving yards/game halfway through the season?
The answer to that one is no.
Reggie and Andrew Luck have developed immediate chemistry, and Reggie is showing flashes of his old self this year. Currently eighth in Yahoo! standard scoring leagues among wide receivers, Wayne has put up more than seven fantasy points in every single game this year (and he's put up more than 13 three times).
Those who grabbed him in the latter parts of the draft are looking pretty smart right about now.
Where he will finish
If the targets keep coming, which it appears they will, expect Reggie to finish as a top-10 fantasy receiver; something he hasn't done without Peyton Manning.