Aiken caught both of his targets for 30 yards in Sunday's win over the Bengals.

Although he was able to catch both passes thrown his way, it was still a rather muted outing for Aiken. He's only seen five or more targets in a game three times this season despite playing in an offense that is third in the NFL in terms of pass attempts. Aiken is a reasonably reliable third receiver, but most of his work comes on short and intermediate routes while Mike Wallace, Steve Smith, and now Breshad Perriman see most of the downfield targets. He remains without a touchdown on 21 receptions this season, which is a frustrating dropoff from his 2015 campaign when he reached paydirt five times. His lack of volume inhibits his value in PPR formats and his lack of big play potential makes him difficult to roster in standard formats.

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