JuJu Smith-Schuster won’t have to worry about his bike being stolen anymore.
After pedaling to the team’s facility since the offseason, the Steelers wide receiver finally passed his driving test Tuesday morning at Rogers Driving School in Pittsburgh and received his driver’s license.
Despite the massive workload, Bryant sits 21st among wide receivers in fantasy points. He’s averaging a horrific 5.5 yards per target (second worst among wide receivers with at least 50 targets) and has caught 51 percent of his 98 targets (fifth worst). Bryant has dealt with a very tough slate of cornerbacks, and his 6.6 OTD suggests he should have more touchdowns. But with the Chargers and Redskins up next on the schedule, his inefficiencies might not improve anytime soon. He should be downgraded in season-long and faded in DFS against Casey Hayward shadow coverage on Thanksgiving.
“Definitely,” Ajayi said after the game, via SportsDay. “We got it like a mindset kind of like you felt it close to the third, early fourth like we kind of had our way with them. And it was over after that.”
Ajayi, who was traded from Miami to Philadelphia in exchange for a fourth-round draft pick on Oct. 31, finished with 91 yards on seven carries in the victory as the Eagles totaled 215 yards on the ground.
The Eagles trailed 9-7 at halftime but came out of the tunnel for a monstrous second half in which they outscored the Cowboys 30-0, including three touchdown drives of 75 yards or more.
“We kind of were a little bit asleep I’d say in the first half,” Ajayi said. “Woke up in the second and got to our run game and just dominated after that.