While he isn’t exactly piling up the receiving yards lately, Fitzgerald still has three touchdowns over his last five games. He’ll look to find the end zone in back-to-back games for the first time this season when he faces a Colts defense that has allowed 14 passing touchdowns this year.
Indianapolis gives up just 239 yards per game through the air, but they rank 21st in the league against opposing No. 1 receivers and are giving up an average of 70.9 yards per game to the position. With 15 targets over the last two games, he and Carson Palmer have been clicking a lot more lately and he should have himself another strong week.
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