5 years ago7 Comments

Danario Alexander caught seven balls for 96 yards and two touchdowns as the Chargers fell to the Broncos 30-23 in Week 11.

6-foot-5, 217-pound Alexander caused major matchup problems for 5-foot-9 outside nickel back Tony Carter, and also pulled in a 20-yard reception in Champ Bailey's coverage. Emerging as the leading threat in San Diego's passing offense, Alexander has now caught 12 balls for 230 yards and three touchdowns in two starts since being signed as a street free agent. A freak talent who appears to have overcome early-career injuries, Alexander should be started with confidence in Week 12 versus the Ravens.


CarlisleWeenie 5 years ago

I think this kid is for real. Had him benched last week after getting him off waivers the week before. Wanted to see if he was a one week wonder. In FF, one week is interesting, two weeks in a row become compelling. And three weeks in a row...well, let's wait and see, but this could be the 2012 version of Austin Miles in 2009.


19 projected points ??? don't understand these projections :-/

Yoshi 5 years ago

Ahhh so tempting.

I got Nicks, Wallace, and A.Johnson

If haden plays I bench Wallace.

RR4Life 5 years ago

I'm benching Wallace in favor of Alexandor. Batch ain't gonna cut it for steelers, I'd take my chances on rivers connecting with Alexandor lol

Blackglass3 5 years ago

If Hoyer plays he might surprise everyone.

Yoshi 5 years ago

I am going to avoid taking any chances with Pitt right now, until I see the game played out. At least I know Rivers is going to throw it 40 times.

mevic1 5 years ago

You gotta if you have no running game, and Matthews is a excellent backup at best, woulda been good if the Chargers had committee-ed him with Sproles instead of putting all their faith in a rookie.