WR - WAS
Week 12 Outlook
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims caught both of his targets for 20 yards in Sunday's win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Despite playing 84% of the team's snaps on offense, Sims was barely involved in the offensive gameplan. His role could decrease going forward if Dontrelle Inman is able to return from his hamstring injury, which he could do as early as this Thursday's matchup against the Cowboys.
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims caught four of his five targets for 54 yards in Sunday's loss to the Detroit Lions.
Sims started and saw steady playing time on Sunday, but he only managed to see five targets despite Alex Smith throwing the ball 55 times. Still, his 54 yards receiving are his most of the season and he continues to start for Washington now that he is healthy. But with Dontrelle Inman expected back soon and Isaiah Wright and Steven Sims both producing, it's possible Sims loses out on playing time and/or targets going forward.
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims caught three of his four targets for 110 yards in Sunday's loss to the New York Giants.
With Dontrelle Inman out on Sunday, Sims saw a bigger role and played in 74% of the team's offensive snaps. He only saw four targets, but he managed to turn those into three receptions and over 100 yards receiving thanks to a few long catches, including a long of 45 yards. He is unlikely to produce consistently for Washington, especially as the team gets healthier at the position, but he at least flashed potential and could produce more if Alex Smith remains the starter at quarterback after the two showed some early chemistry on Sunday.
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims caught his only target for 22 yards in Sunday's win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Washington ran the ball 39 times to just 25 pass attempts on Sunday as they got out to an early lead and had success running the ball against a struggling Dallas defense, leading to minimal opportunities for Sims. Sims has one catch for 22 yards in each of his last two games, though he did find the end zone on his lone reception in Week 6.
Washington wide receiver Cam Sims caught his only target for a 22-yard touchdown in Sunday's loss to the New York Giants.
Sims has just three receptions on the season but could see an increased role next week if both Isaiah Wright and Antonio Gandy-Golden have to miss time.
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