Jakobi Meyers hauled in all four of his targets for 49 yards and one touchdown in New England's Week 10 victory versus Cleveland.
After 38 NFL games, Meyers finally registered the first touchdown of his career. He was quite fortunate to finish with a solid performance, considering the 11-yard score came late in the final frame with the Patriots already up 38-7. On top of that, it was longtime QB Brian Hoyer who tossed the touchdown, as Mac Jones was pulled out due to the lopsided score. Meyers had the NFL record across all positions of 1,522 career receiving yards and zero touchdowns. Despite the bounce-back game, Meyers will remain a WR4 for next week, considering that he has yet to clear 50 yards since Week 5. He could put himself back on the WR3 map if he can exploit a weak Falcons secondary.