Da'Rick Rogers breaks out with 107 yards and two TDs
Not only did Colts rookie Da'Rick Rogers get the first reception of his NFL career, but he broke out in a big way in the team's loss to the Bengals.
Targeted a team-high nine times, Rogers led the team with six receptions for 107 yards and two touchdowns.
A former five-star recruit out of high school, Rogers was an AP All-SEC first team selection while a sophomore at the University of Tennessee in 2011. While nobody ever doubted his physical talents, the six-foot-three receiver was dismissed from the Vols program, transferred to Tennessee Tech and went undrafted in 2013 due to major character concerns.
Owned in just one percent of Yahoo! leagues, Rogers is a physically-gifted receiver worth adding especially in keeper leagues.
The Colts face the Texans in Week 15.