Josh Freeman Week 11 Fantasy Update: Freeman Has Huge Day Against Packers With 342 Yards

Coming off his worst game of the season last week against Houston, Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman bounced back against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The Bucs showed a lot of heart against the undefeated Packers and kept it close all afternoon. Coming into the game, the Packers had the second worst ranked pass defense and Freeman and his receivers continued to exploit the Pack defensive backs.

Freeman finished with 342 yards, completing 28 of 38 attempts on the afternoon. He added two touchdowns in the fourth quarter as well. After throwing three picks last week against Houston, Freeman added two more today both at the hands of Tramon Williams, one on a tipped ball. While the Bucs may have lost their fourth in a row, from a fantasy standpoint, Freeman's 342 yard passing day has to be considered a success.

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