Fred Davis Week 11 Fantasy Update: Redskins Tight End Finishes With Six Catches, No Touchdowns Against Dallas

Redskins' tight end Fred Davis had another productive day against Dallas. By the standards he has set this season, however, it was not one of his best games from a fantasy perspective. Davis finished the game with six catches for 49 yards, which included a 24 yard completion from Rex Grossman. He was targeted seven times by Grossman but was held scoreless on the afternoon.

The lowlight for Davis came in the first quarter when he fumbled a ball that was recovered by the Cowboys' Gerald Sensabaugh. The lost fumble would immediately lead to the Cowboys first touchdown of the day and the 7-0 lead. As we've noted already, Davis took exception with the ruling and the fans' criticism of the fumble by posting his thoughts on his twitter account. The six catch, 49 yard performance combined with the overtime loss had Davis feeling a little surly.

For more on the Redskins, please visit Hogs Haven, SB Nation's Redskins blog. For more on the Cowboys, please visit SB Nation Dallas and Blogging the Boys, SB Nation's Cowboys blog. For coverage of Sunday's Redskins/Cowboys matchup, please visit this StoryStream.

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