Last week, Mike Sims-Walker of the Jacksonville Jaguars stumbled into his first season as a potential fantasy WR1 by posting a big ol' goose egg: zero catches, zero yards, zero points.
And though Sims-Walker was absent from the box score, the Jaguars didn't seem to mind. Quarterback David Garrard threw for three scores and posted the best passer rating (138.9) of his career as Jacksonville beat the Denver Broncos, 24-17.
For Sims-Walker's fantasy owners, that only makes it worse.
Heading into this weekend, ESPN projects him to score a measly three points in standard (non-PPR) scoring leagues. According to them, he's not even the best hyphenated-name option at receiver; Oakland's Darrius Heyward-Bey is penciled in for four points.
They're wrong, of course. After the jump, there are five reasons to forget Sims-Walker's last game as quickly as history will and reap the rewards of starting him against the San Diego Chargers.