Dalton bounces back as Bengals take care of Saints on road
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Rotowire: Dec 28 / 4:43p ET
News: Stills, who had five catches on seven targets for 82 yards, left Sunday's game against the Buccaneers in the fourth quarter with an apparent leg injury, ESPN.com reports.
Impact: Stills quietly had a very solid season, catching 63 passes on 83 targets for 931 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games. He started off the season slowly, but picked up it after Brandin Cooks went down with a season-ending thumb injury in November. Stills still has two years left on his rookie contract, so he will most likely be back next season, as part of a deep wide receiver corps.
Rotowire: Dec 21 / 5:25p ET
News: Stills had six catches on eight targets for 68 yards during Sunday's loss to the Falcons, which eliminated the Saints from playoff contention.
Impact: Stills nearly matched his production from Week 15 (five catches on seven targets for 67 yards), though neither game was overly productive for fantasy owners, particularly in non-PPR formats. Stills continues to get a decent number of targets, though he's broken the 100-yard mark just twice this season and has only three touchdowns. Up next is a Week 17 matchup against the Bucs, against whom Stills had one catch on three targets for 16 yards against back in Week 5.
Rotowire: Dec 15 / 9:42p ET
News: Stills caught 5-of-7 targets for 57 yards in Monday's 31-15 win over the Bears.
Impact: Stills bounced back from a lousy Week 14, along with the rest of the New Orleans offense. According to Nathan Jahnke of Pro Football Focus, Stills finished second among Saints wideouts with 43 snaps, nestled between Marques Colston (52) and Nick Toon (37). Stills has now logged more snaps than Toon in two straight games, after surprisingly recording just 25 snaps in a Week 13 win over the Steelers. Consistency may be hard to come by in the Saints' spread-the-wealth attack, but Stills should get his fair share of opportunities in Week 16, facing a porous Atlanta defense.