|2013 Regular Season|
Bryant has nine TDs in the last seven games and 13 on the season. It's safe to say he's lived up to his first-round price tag this season.
Bryant and Tony Romo have connected 13 times for 244 yards and four TDs in the last two games. The star receiver has at least one score in his last four games.
It was his third 100-year receiving effort, though he's scored in all but three games this season.
Bryant found the end zone Sunday, but the score came during garbage time. Bryant caught only two passes for 15 yards on the day.
Bryant turned in a subpar fantasy effort ahead of Sunday's game against the NFC-leading Cardinals. With Tony Romo possibly being injured, Bryant could struggle to reward his loyal fantasy owners.
Bryant had nine catches for a season-high 151 yards as the Giants came up small against him. Expect the Redskins to also fail to contain him next week in a NFC East mismatch.
Bryant is averaging a career-low 12.2 yards per catch but is still a reliable fantasy option.
Bryant had nine receptions for 85 yards and scored a TD in the fourth straight contest.
Bryant has been a little underwhelming thus far considering where he was drafted in most leagues, but still very good with 23 catches for 291 yards. The three TDs have helped make up for his relatively low yardage numbers.
After a quiet season opener, Bryant has hauled in 16 receptions for 192 yards and two scores in the last two games.