Wright had two catches for 21 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Green Bay. Wright finished off the regular season with 34 receptions for 442 yards and no touchdowns--all of which were slight drop-offs from his 2014 campaign. That said, his target total fell from 62 to 49 due in part to the additions of rookie Stefon Diggs and veteran deep threat Mike Wallace. In all, Wright had a fine year relative to his role, but serving as the third receiver in a run-heavy offense doesn't bode particularly well for his fantasy value in 2016.
Wright had three receptions for 57 yards and was targeted three times in Sunday's win over the Giants. Wright led the Vikings in receiving yards, but Minnesota didn't need to throw the ball much after getting a large early lead. Wright has had five or more targets in just three games this season, so he'll continue to have a secondary role in the passing game.
Wright had a season-high five receptions for 51 yards on six targets, but lost a fumble in Thursday's loss to Arizona. Minnesota's passing game showed surprising signs of life after struggling last week, and Wright tied for the team lead in targets. Still, Wright has had five or more targets in just three games this season, so don't expect this every week as the team's third receiver.
Wright had two receptions for 24 yards on two targets in Sunday's loss to Seattle. Minnesota's passing game couldn't get into gear Sunday amid protection issues in the offensive line. Wright doesn't get enough looks for viable fantasy value in most formats, but he's capable of a big play.
Wright had two receptions for 13 yards and was targeted just two times in Sunday's win at Atlanta. Wright isn't going to get many targets as the third receiver when Minnesota's running game is clicking, and Adrian Peterson had 158 yards rushing Sunday.
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