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|Whether it was playing from behind, injuries or a combination of the two Allen Hurns ended up being one of the few consistently good players in Jacksonville’s passing game during the 2014 campaign. He posted six touchdowns after being an undrafted free agent. Finding his home in the slot, Hurns may be the one player in the passing game to see his production slip the most this year. Added competition from TE Julius Thomas, potentially healthier years from others in the offense would result in a sharp decline in Hurns’ targets. Nonetheless, he remains a name to monitor for fantasy purposes on a team with plenty of injury prone players at the position.
| Allen Hurns benefiting from injuries to receiving corps|
Marqise Lee, Alle Robinson sidelined
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Jun 14, 8:00 pm
|What remains constant around the Jaguars: Allen Hurns taking advantage of his teammates’ injuries. Hurns has continued his trajectory, partly because Marqise Lee (knee), Allen Robinson (foot), Bryan Walters (hamstring) and Damian Copeland (quad) missed all nine OTAs or were slowed at some point. It’s only June 14, but my receiver Trust Chart (not depth chart) would be 1. Robinson; 2. Hurns and 3. Rashad Greene. (Florida Times Union)|
FFToday's Take: Hurns notched two touchdowns in Week 1 last season and posted another two-touchdown game in Week 9. With Lee expected to miss the upcoming minicamp, Hurns will continue to get reps with the first team. Even if he's able to win a starting job out of training camp, it will be difficult to get excited about his fantasy prospects until the Jacksonville offense proves it can be more efficient.