While it isn't a huge output overall, the four catches marks Wilson's season high, and the 56 yards marks his highest total since Week 5 against the Steelers. The second-year wideout remains second on the wide receiver totem pole behind Jeremy Maclin, but he's also behind Travis Kelce and Charcandrick West (who was injured Sunday) in the passing game. If West misses any time, it could open up a few targets given the alternatives out of the backfield. However, Wilson has been targeted just six times a game at most this season, so don't expect too much from him.
Albert Wilson snagged just one ball for 15 yards on four targets Sunday against the Broncos.
Wilson continues to serve as the Kansas City Chiefs ' second receiver behind Jeremy Maclin, but that doesn't mean much in an offense that ranks 25th in the league in passing yards per game. With Jeremy Maclin, Travis Kelce and Charcandrck West all above him on the totem pole for targets, it's unlikely Wilson will do enough weekly to be considered fantasy option in most formats.
Albert Wilson caught just three passes for 12 yards in Sunday's game against the Lions.
While six different Kansas City Chiefs reached the end zone Sunday, Wilson wasn't one of them. He did receive the most snaps (60) of any of the Chiefs wideouts, but was unable to produce much despite the workload. He hasn't done enough at any point this season to be considered in most fantasy leagues, and a tough matchup against the Broncos next week makes him even less of an option.
Albert Wilson had three catches on six targets for a season-high 71 yards Sunday against the Steelers.
Wilson moved to the top of the depth chart Sunday after Jeremy Maclin was ruled out having recently recovered from a concussion, though quarterback Alex Smith spread the ball around considerably, throwing multiple passes to seven different receivers. The Kansas City Chiefs ' passing game is simply not that prolific, which puts a considerable ceiling on Wilson's fantasy upside. Up next is a Week 8 home game against the Lions.
Albert Wilson grabbed three passes off of six targets for 57 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Minnesota.
Wilson's six targets were a career high and were just one fewer than he had seen for the season coming into Sunday's game. Wilson did the majority of his damage on a 42-yard catch and run. Despite serving as the starter opposite Jeremy Maclin, it would be advisable not to read too much into Sunday and wait to see if Week 6 was the exception or new rule to Wilson's 2015 season.
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