Bailey saw five targets and caught three passes for 44 yards against the Buccaneers on Sunday. He also carried the ball once on a reverse for 27 yards and a touchdown.
The rookie receiver hadn't been used at all until Week 13 where he saw four targets and caught three passes for 43 yards. Since then, he's received a steady stream of four targets per game with this end-around going to him in Tavon Austin's absence. If Bailey finishes the season strong, he stands a good chance of playing opposite Austin next season with quarterback Sam Bradford, a much better passer than Kellen Clemens, leading the way.
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