Kenny Stills' Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 6 Performance vs. Patriots

Oct 13, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; New Orleans Saints wide receiver Kenny Stills (84) catches a touchdown while being defended by New England Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard (37) and strong safety Steve Gregory (rght) during the second half at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports
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Joseph ZuckerFeatured ColumnistOctober 13, 2013

One catch does not a fantasy option make.

That's what you should consider when weighing whether or not you should grab Kenny Stills off the waiver wire for next week.

The New Orleans Saints receiver made a great catch on a 34-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees.

The rookie wideout finished with three receptions for 64 yards and that lone touchdown. It was a strong performance, but the bulk of the production came from that one touchdown pass.

Although Drew Brees can spread the ball around very well, there may not be enough left to make Stills a consistent fantasy performer. He hasn't demonstrated much consistency from week to week.

In Week 1, he had two receptions for 86 yards, 67 of which came on one reception. Between Week 2 and now, he had just five receptions for 48 yards. That's a lot of nothing to wait for in between good games.

If you're desperate to grab a wideout, perhaps Stills could offer some value. Otherwise, you're much better off waiting to see if he can put two good weeks together.

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