With Josh Freeman completing only 15 of 35 passes on Sunday against the Houston Texans, fantasy owners of the Buccaneers' Kellen Winslow were bound to be less than pleased with the tight end's production. Winslow finished the day with only three catches for 33 yards. He was targeted six times over the course of the day as the Bucs were forced to play catch-up. Freeman, however, only managed to connect once for a touchdown to wide receiver Preston Parker.
It was only the second time this season that Winslow had less than four catches in a game. Fantasy owners of the Bucs' tight end can hope for better production from Winslow and Freeman next week, when Tampa travels to Green Bay to face the league's second worst pass defense.