Thomas (abdomen) secured just 2-of-5 targets for 23 yards Sunday against the Ravens Thomas' up-and-down first season in Jacksonville has taught him that Blake Bortles is no Peyton Manning. The second-year quarterback's inconsistency is reflected in Thomas' numbers, as he has topped three receptions only once in an injury-plagued season. It's hard to expect much from Thomas until he demonstrates an improved rapport with Bortles.
Thomas (abdomen) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Thomas is out there if you need him Sunday, but in four games with the Jags this season, his production has been spotty, most recently with his eight targets in Week 9 against the Jets resulting in just three catches for 14 yards.
Thomas (abdomen) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Ravens, The Florida Times-Union reports. An abdominal landed Thomas on the injury report again this week, but he was able to practice fully each day of practice, so consider him good to go for Week 10. Thomas was quiet in his last two games, and he will be challenged to get back on track this week against a Ravens defense that has allowed opposing tight ends to score just one touchdown all season.
Thomas (groin) caught three passes on eight targets for 14 yards Sunday against the Jets. While the eight targets were the second most of the season, Thomas continues to play a minimal role in the Jaguars' passing game, which is being dominated by wideouts Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson. Thomas has shown in the past that he can be a viable fantasy option, scoring 24 touchdowns over the last two seasons, but it looks like he was more of a product of quarterback Peyton Manning than a terrific receiving option on his own right.
Thomas (groin) is active Sunday against the Jets. Thomas was a full practice participant throughout the week, and he'll give it a go against a Jets defense that has very good cornerbacks but has been exposed by opposing tight ends this season. That being said, their defensive line is also very good, which may force Thomas to stay on the line to block more than fantasy owners would like.
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