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Through the first seven games of the season, Steve Breaston was a major disappointment for the Kansas City Chiefs. Twenty-two receptions, 335 yards and two touchdowns is not the type of production you want from a starting wide receiver.
However, after catching seven passes for 115 yards on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, Breaston could be turning his season around for Kansas City. It was easily the best game of the season for him, and even though the Chiefs lost, it was a good sign for this offense.
While Dwayne Bowe is still Matt Cassel's top target, Breaston wasn't brought in to be the top target, but rather a second option. Likewise for your fantasy team, Breaston shouldn't be your top receiver, but he could make a very nice complementary receiver, and you could even stick him in at the flex position.
Don't expect over 100 yards receiving every game from here on out for Breaston, but he should easily have a few more stellar performances and plenty of touchdown opportunities.