Week 14 brings a matchup against the Texans, who Sanders faced in Week 12. In that game, Sanders caught four passes for 61 yards -- the only game in his last three with single-digit targets. Still, he managed to hit that 60-yard mark despite the lack of attention.
If you're going to add a player like Michael Floyd in standard-sized leagues for his string of 90-plus yard games, you might want to consider Sanders in deeper (16-team) formats, as he's essentially doing the same thing, just on a lower level.
Sanders isn't a starter in most formats, but he does have some deep league relevancy and could be a nice late-season add in dynasty formats.
Sanders matched a season-high with eight catches and established another with 67 yards to help his team beat the Browns. He has 20 catches for 189 yards in his last three games after managing a mere four receptions in the previous four games combined, but he has yet to score this season. He will try to get in the end zone against the Texans on Thursday night.
Sanders got off to a really quick start Sunday, as he totaled two catches on the opening drive, which included a 51-yard catch-and-run down to the Houston 8-yard line. Unfortunately, Sanders would total just two catches for 8 yards the rest of the game.
The Jaguars are back in action Week 13 at Cleveland.
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