Josh Freeman Should Be Avoided By 2013 Fantasy Football Owners
Facing the New Orleans Saints typically leads to a bounty of points (sorry, couldn't resist) for their opponents. Nobody passed along that memo to Josh Freeman.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback completed just nine passes on the afternoon, totaling 125 passing yards along with a touchdown and a pick. That's coming against a defense that surrendered 292 passing yards per game last season.
This performance should put the nail in the coffin on Freeman's fantasy relevance. Those who own Freeman should find a new signal caller.
Freeman has now completed 45.3 percent of his passes for 335 yards through the first two games. In this pass-happy league, that doesn't come close to cutting it.
Forget keeping his spot on fantasy teams, Freeman may soon need to start worrying about getting benched by Greg Schiano, who is reportedly not keen on the fifth-year signal-caller. The mistrust showed when Doug Martin received 29 carries to Freeman's 22 pass attempts.
The inconsistent passer has not put forth a special season since tossing 25 touchdowns and six picks in 2010. It's time to let go of that pristine memory. That Josh Freeman is gone.
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