On Sunday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys, Stills was certainly a hit with his three receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown.
Much of Stills' production came on a single reception, which he took into the end zone from 52 yards out. As NFL Network's Michael Fabiano points out, Stills needs just one play to give a fantasy lineup a major boost:
There it is ... Kenny Stills needs one play to make a fantasy impact.— Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) November 11, 2013
Even better, he looks great doing it:
Alas, Stills is a solid flex option in all leagues if owners are willing to withstand major dud games like the one the Oklahoma product had in Week 9, where he had three receptions for 35 yards.
Before that, Stills had recorded more than 200 yards and three touchdowns in two games.
All things considered, the best fantasy owners can do is hope to get Stills on a good night in a favorable matchup. Few produce in bunches like he can thanks to the confines of his offense.
Utilize the rookie breakout star accordingly.