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|Many dynasty owners were holding the talented Andre Roberts hoping he would finally escape from the desert and out of the shadows of Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd. They had to be pleased when Roberts signed with Washington as presumably the No. 2 receiver with Robert Griffin III. A few weeks later DeSean Jackson was acquired much to the chagrin of those same owners and to Roberts himself, as he would once again act as a WR3 on his team. He is now said to be a candidate to return kicks for Washington and will play in the slot in three wide receiver sets. In deeper leagues, Roberts can still hold some value to cover bye weeks in what is expected to be a pass-heavy offense. In his best season of 2012, he managed a stat line of 64-759-5 and that is likely his ceiling in Washington this season barring an injury to Garcon or Jackson.
| Bruised right fibula for DeSean Jackson|
Redskins wideout injured in 3rd quarter
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Nov 30, 7:15 pm
|DeSean Jackson left the Washington RedskinsĎ 49-27 loss at Indianapolis on Sunday with a bruised right fibula, as X-rays did not show any breaks in the bone. ďIím in definite pain, but hopefully, throughout the week, I get better,Ē Jackson said. ďI didnít think it was good, but Iím just fortunate that itís nothing too serious. Itís just a contusion in the fibula, so weíll just take it day-by-day and get better, man.Ē
FFToday's Take: Jackson finished with five catches for 84 yards and a TD on Sunday. It remains to be seen whether or not Jackson will be ready for Week 14. Andre Roberts would see increased work if Jackson can't go.