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Week 11: Snaps and Targets

We look at who played last week, how often and how many passes came their way Profiled players include DeMarco Murray, Tavon Austin, Vincent Jackson, Calvin Johnson, and Alshon Jeffery.
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Manningham had a meager three catches for 30 yards in his season debut last week, but there are signs he can become a reasonable fantasy option. He led the 49ers with six targets, a solid mark considering Colin Kaepernick threw just 22 passes. Manningham is now just one of three San Francisco players averaging more than three catches per game, trailing only Anquan Boldin (7.4) and Vernon Davis (7.4).

Injury Status: Injured Reserve

Eifert became the only other Bengal besides A.J. Green with at least 10 targets in a game this season. Cincinnati has been searching for a complementary receiver, and though that's not necessarily Eifert – he had just three catches for 55 yards – it might be. It's worth monitoring whether he's developing chemistry with A.J. Dalton.

Injury Status: Out - Neck

Remember to read all our columns for this week and use our Who To Start Rankings

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