After four years of the Devin Hester experiment at wide receiver, we can safely conclude that heís not on the verge of fantasy stardom any time soon. Hester has seen his targets drop every since his high of 92 during the 2008 season and his receptions from went from 57 to 40 to 26 over the past three years. Hester struggled badly in 2011, catching just 26 of his 56 targets for 369 yards and a single touchdown – a career low. And no, Jay Cutlerís absence wasnít an issue since Hester had basically been relegated to returning kicks by the time Cutler was lost for the season. Over the last eight games, Hester was targeted just seven times and had five games where he wasnít targeted at all. If that wasnít enough evidence that Hester isnít worth adding to your fantasy roster, then consider the Bears decisions to trade for Brandon Marshall in the offseason and use a 2nd round pick on Alshon Jeffery. Move on, folks.
FF Today's Take:Devin Hester is expected to be active at WR but Hankerson's absence has typically meant more work for tight end Jacob Tamme. Tamme will be a low-end TE1 against the Bucs. Shayne Graham will handle the kicking duties.
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