With the NFL’s week 11 over with, MFST will take a look at 3 fantasy WR studs who had big games and helped lead their teams to victory.

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) reacts after Cowboys wide receiver Jamar Newsome (85) made a touchdown catch during the second half of an NFL preseason football game against the Baltimore Ravens, Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Matt Strasen)

Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys

Week 11 Stats: 6 Receptions, 80 Yards, 2 Touchdowns

As the Cowboys continue their winning streak, and improve to 9-1, Dez Bryant has been a major reason to why their offense continues to dazzles since his return in week 8. Other than Bryant’s week 9 performance against the Browns, where he was held to just 1 catch for 19 yards, he has returned to his pro-bowl ways. In week 8, Bryant caught 4 passes for 113 yards and a score; 116 yards, 6 catches and a score in week 10, and now 80 yards along with 2 scores in his most recent matchup against the Baltimore Ravens in week 11. 

Jamison Crowder, Washington Redskins

Week 11 Stats: 3 Receptions, 102 Yards, 1 Touchdown

In week 11, Jamison Crowder made the most of his 3 catches, averaging 34 yards per catch for a total of 102 yards and a touchdown. Crowder’s performance against the Packers marks as his third 100+ receiving yard game over his last four games. Crowder has quietly became Kirk Cousin’s main target, as he is always a threat to make a big play in the open field. Over his last five games, Crowder has scored in four of them, and now has 6 touchdowns on the season.  

Doug Baldwin celebrates his 3rd quarter touchdown against St. Louis. The St. Louis Rams played the Seattle Seahawks in the final regular season game at CenturyLink Field this season, Sunday December 27, 2015.

Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahwaks

Week 11 Stats: 4 Receptions, 104 Yards; 1-of-1, 15 Passing Yards, 1 Touchdown

After hauling in a season-high 3 touchdowns in week 10’s win against the New England Patriots, Doug Baldwin backed up the performance with his second 100+ receiving yard game of the season against the Philadelphia Eagles. In week 11’s matchup, Baldwin was Russell Wilson’s main receiver as he caught 4 of his 5 targets for 104 yards. Baldwin was also part of a trick play, where he threw a 15-yard passing touchdown to quarterback Russell Wilson en route to the Seahawks 26-15 victory. 

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