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Week 6 Outlook
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Damion Willis caught all four of his targets for 38 yards in a 26-23 loss to the Cardinals in Week 5.
Willis now has nine catches for 82 yards through five games. The rookie wideout has seen a chance to get on the field with the A.J. Green injury but he hasn't done much to impress. The Bengals take on the Ravens on the road in Week 6.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Damion Willis caught a six-yard pass in a 41-17 loss to the 49ers in Week 2.
Willis is playing in place of the injured A.J. Green but he isn't having quite the same impact as Green does. The rookie has four catches for 36 yards through two games.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Damion Willis caught three passes for 30 yards in a 21-20 loss to Seattle in Week 1.
Willis, who will start in place of the injured A.J. Green, made a decent NFL debut. That being said, he will still be behind Tyler Boyd and apparently John Ross in the target pecking order. Cincinnati plays the 49ers in Week 2.
Undrafted Bengals rookie wide receiver Damion Willis will take A.J. Green’s spot in the starting lineup against the Seahawks on September 8, head coach Zac Taylor announced on Sunday.
While it isn't clear just how long Green will be out, this news obviously gives Willis some short term appeal, especially in deeper fantasy leagues.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Damion Willis had a solid game in a 25-23 preseason loss to the Giants on Thursday. Willis caught three passes for 55 yards and a touchdown.
Willis built on a strong performance in the previous week. The undrafted free agent has now caught nine passes for 118 yards and a touchdown across three preseason contests.