Wright had four receptions for 50 yards and was targeted five times in Sunday's loss to Green Bay. Wright got more targets than usual with the Vikings falling behind early. He also got more targets than Mike Wallace and it's possible Wright could get more touches if Wallace continues to struggle. Still, Wright doesn't get enough looks for viable fantasy value in most formats, but he's capable of a big play.
Wright had just one reception for two yards on two targets in Sunday's win at Oakland. With Adrian Peterson rushing for 203 yards, the Vikings didn't utilize the passing game as much as Teddy Bridgewater had just 22 attempts. Wright, as the No. 3 receiver, won't get more than a few targets if the Vikings are having success running the ball and playing with a lead.
Wright had one reception for 12 yards and was targeted three times in Sunday's win over St. Louis. Wright suffered a concussion just last weekend, but was at full speed during the game. His 20.1 YPC in 2015 is pleasing to the eye, but his usage is too minimal behind Mike Wallace and Stefon Diggs to trust in most formats.
Wright (concussion) is active Sunday against the Bears. Wright suffered a concussion just last weekend, but he returned to practice Thursday, clearing the way for his return. That being said, the Vikings focus heavily on the run, making their No. 3 wideout a limited fantasy option.
Wright (concussion) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Chicago, ESPN's Ben Goessling reports. Wright made a quick recovery from his Week 7 concussion, returning to a full practice Thursday. As the No. 3 wide receiver in a run-heavy offense, he's unsurprisingly averaging just 3.2 targets per game.
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