Oct 4, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Bryan Walters (81) runs back a kickoff from the Indianapolis Colts during the second half at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports
2) Bryan Walters, wide receiver, Jacksonville Jaguars
At the end of the day, Bryan Walters is officially credited with just three targets and two receptions in the game. He had one amazing catch discounted because of a penalty, however.
Every time Walters was on the field, he seemed to be able to do something. He was making tough catches, he was finding space in coverage, and he seemed to be the second most reliable receiver on the team behind Allen Hurns.
The Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t seem to give him enough opportunities, however. On the field for just 38 of the 84 offensive snaps in the game, I think the toughness and quality ball-catching skills that Walters displayed on Sunday should up his usage going forward.
Walters also showed he is a versatile player, coming in to catch punts later in the game.
Walters continues to be a pleasant surprise and solid addition to the Jaguars, even if he is rarely used.
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