Fantasy football owners are making a late addition of Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker. In ESPN's latest added/dropped update, Decker is the No. 11 most added player over the last seven days. At the start of that period, 81.9 percent of teams in ESPN leagues owned him. On Sunday morning, Decker moved up 7.4 percent to be owned in 89.3 percent of leagues.
Fantasy owners must see that the Minnesota Vikings don't have a great secondary. Decker should get plenty of looks, since this is the kind of game in which Tim Tebow should be able to open up his passing game. Decker did catch three passes for 65 yards last week against the San Diego Chargers, including a touchdown catch and a key reception late in the game to keep the team's hopes of winning alive. But then he could have a game like he did against the New York Jets: he had zero catches.
While Decker isn't the greatest start because he depends on how many passes Tebow throws in a game, when Decker does get a pass from Tebow he makes the most of it.
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