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With Calvin Johnson out to injury, Kris Durham was the most productive wide receiver for the Detroit Lions against the Green Bay Packers, catching three passes for 30 yards (on a team-high eight targets) and one touchdown.
He was certainly better than a player much more widely owned, Ryan Broyles (owned in 49.4 percent of ESPN leagues), who had two catches for 27 yards on his only two targets of the game.
While his targets will decrease once Megatron returns, Durham looks as though he'll be the No. 2 wide receiver in a high-volume passing attack, giving him some fantasy potential. There are obviously better players out there to add this week, but if you miss out on the top pass-catchers, you could do worse than Durham.
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