September 17, 2013
Eddie Royal scored three touchdowns against Philadelphia, bringing his total to five for the season.
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Charles Clay, Miami Dolphins (three percent): Clay is a unique player for fantasy purposes. He's a tight end who receives an occasional carry and has been one of Ryan Tannehill's favorite targets through two weeks. Clay caught five balls for 109 yards in Week 2 and added a touchdown on a goal-line carry. The Dolphins need a reliable tight end with Dustin Keller out for the season. They also need a goal line running back since Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas aren't the most reliable options. If Clay continues to play H-back, he could possibly fill both roles. He's worth a pickup in deeper leagues if you need help at the tight end position.

Eddie Royal dives into the endzone for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2.
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