Marques Colston didn't practice on Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game.

His production, or lack there of, has been questionable ever since Week One, which is the last time Colston saw the end zone. Even if Colston suits up Sunday, the safer bet is for you to leave him on your bench.
Analyst: Michael Pichan  View Profile

Currently tied for 81st in total targets (40), and 64th in yards (342), there's not a lot to like. For perspective, Jamaal Charles leads Colston in receiving yards for the season. He's on an almost identical pace to match his worst season (2008) in all categories -- oh, and he only played 11 games that year. A Saints WR should be an asset comparable to the Packers where an unknown like Boykin has emerged as fantasy relevant. During these crucial bye weeks, I can see dropping him if you need to fill a starting roster slot. If you can afford to stash him on your bench, hang on, but reduce expectations.
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