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Sanu had just one catch for four yards in Sunday's 30-0 win over the Browns.
With the rushing attack meeting little resistance from the Browns, Cincinnati rarely turned to the air, attempting just 24 passes against 45 runs. Still, it's another disappointing line from Sanu, who has now gone six straight games without topping 50 receiving yards and three straight games of only three targets. With A.J. Green fully healthy, Sanu has become a hit-or-miss fantasy prospect.
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Sanu (illness), who returned to practice Thursday, is no longer listed on the Bengals' Week 13 injury report, ESPN.com reports.
With fellow wideout A.J. Green having hit stride, Sanu's upside these days is capped some, but he has managed to score in two of his last four games, upping his TD total to five (in 11 contests) in the process.
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Sanu (illness) practiced fully Thursday, Geoff Hobson of bengals.com reports.
We'll revisit Sanu's status Friday, but he's now trending toward a probable designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Bucs.
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Sanu (illness) didn't practice Wednesday, the Bengals' official site reports.
We'll revisit Sanu's status Thursday, though we'd imagine that the wideout should be fine by the time the Bengals' contest against the Bucs on Sunday rolls around.
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Sanu had five catches on seven targets for 48 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Texans.
A.J. Green dominated the looks from quarterback Andy Dalton, catching 12 passes on 16 targets for 120 yards, but it was Sanu who caught Dalton's lone-touchdown, a six-yard score in the first quarter. After going for 125 yards in Week 8 and 95 yards and a touchdown in Week 9, Sanu has failed to reach even 50 yards in the last three games. The good news for fantasy owners is that the Bengals have the Bucs in Week 13, a team allowing the third-most passing yards per game this season.
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Sanu had three catches for 23 yards in Sunday's win over the Saints.
With the Bengals opening up an early lead and Jeremy Hill running all over the Saints, Andy Dalton only attempted 22 passes. Sanu got six of those targets, his lowest total since Week 2. He'll have a good opportunity to post better numbers next week against a Houston defense that has struggled to stop opposing wide receivers.
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Sanu caught 2-of-7 targets for 20 yards in Thursday's 24-3 loss to the Browns.
Andy Dalton gave Sanu and A.J. Green little chance to succeed, somehow completing just 10-of-33 passes for 86 yards. As expected, Green led the team with 10 targets, while Sanu was second with seven. Sanu's six-game streak with eight or more targets thus came to an end, though only by the slimmest of margins. As the No. 2 option in a passing game that's not nearly as bad as what we saw Thursday night, Sanu should be able to bounce back in a favorable Week 11 matchup with the Texans.
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Sanu had four catches on eight targets for 95 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Jaguars.
Despite the return of A.J. Green from a toe injury, Sanu still managed to lead the team in targets and receiving yards while scoring his third touchdown in the last five games. As Green continues to play, Sanu will likely see a decrease in targets, though he's got excellent chemistry with quarterback Andy Dalton right now, so he should be a popular target again Thursday against the Browns.
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Sanu had five catches on nine targets for 125 yards Sunday against the Ravens.
Sanu continues to be heavily used with A.J. Green out again due to a toe injury, and he's produced with his targets, breaking the 100-yard mark or scoring a touchdown in three of the last four games. Green is expected to return in Week 9 against the Jaguars, but there should be plenty of balls to go around for the both of them against a defense allowing the fourth-most passing yards per game this season.
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Sanu has three catches on nine targets for 54 yards Sunday against the Colts.
Sanu came into the game with 15 catches on 23 targets for 190 yards and two touchdowns in the last two weeks combined, but he struggled to get much going against the Colts as quarterback Andy Dalton threw 20 incompletions. With top wideout A.J. Green possibly returning next week against the Ravens, Sanu could move back to his No. 2 role, which would likely result in a dip in his target-count.