Rishard Matthews: Week 10 Fantasy Outlook

RotoWireContributor November 6, 2013

Matthews' first game as a starter was a clunker, as he caught just two balls for 24 yards on Thursday Night Football against the Bengals. He saw just 35 snaps by the end.
That's hardly a replacement for the injured Brandon Gibson, who was looking terrific before he was hurt. Look for Matthews to keep working his way into the mix, but it's hard to expect much from the rookie before he demonstrates some production at the NFL level. To this point, he's played nearly as many special-teams snaps as offensive snaps.