Tampa Bay Buccaneers' tight end Kellen Winslow had his best game of the season on Sunday in Green Bay. Winslow caught a total of 9 balls for 132 yards against the Packers' porous pass defense. He was targeted 11 times by Josh Freeman, which included a huge 37 yard completion and impressive run after the catch by Winslow. It was his longest reception of the season, adding to the season-high catch total and yardage totals against the Pack.
The tight end was held scoreless on the afternoon. It appeared he had caught his third touchdown of the season but touchdown was nullified when the referee called offensive pass interference on Winslow. Despite being kept out of the end zone, fantasy owners have to be happy with Winslow's productive day.