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Week 17 Outlook
Saints WR Marquez Callaway caught 3-of-4 targets for 51 yards in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Panthers.
Callaway played third-fiddle behind Emmanuel Sanders and Jared Cook. However, he has drawn four targets in reach of his past two games back from injury, which could spill over into the postseason depending on the health of Saints' skill position players currently on the shelf.
Saints WR Marquez Callaway caught 3-of-4 passes for 26 yards in Friday's Week 16 win over the Vikings.
Callaway's four targets tied him with Jared Cook for second-most on the team in the win. Still, Callaway was overall quiet in his first game back from injury. He will likely operate as the team's WR2 while Tre'Quan Smith and Michael Thomas are out.
Saints WR Marquez Callaway (knee) is officially active for Christmas Day against the Vikings.
Callaway was just activated from IR and should immediately see action in today's NFC showdown. Both Michael Thomas and Tre'Quan Smith are on IR for the Saints, so Callaway is expected to operate as the team's No. 2 wideout behind Emmanuel Sanders. Callaway has DFS appeal for today's single game slate.
The Saints activated WR Marquez Callaway (knee) from injured reserve.
Tre'Quan Smith (ankle) is being placed on IR as a corresponding move. Callaway should immediately slot in as Drew Brees' No. 2 receiver option for New Orleans' Christmas Day matchup with the Minnesota Vikings. He's an enticing DFS play for the Showdown slate.
Saints coach Sean Payton says WR Marquez Callaway (knee, IR) could return in Week 16 against the Vikings.
Callaway was just designated to return from IR, so this would be a quick turnaround. New Orleans could certainly use the help with Michael Thomas sidelined, however. Callaway would certainly be a Christmas Day one-game DFS option if he's able to suit up.