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Monday, August 22, 2011


Now that you are ahead of the game at the QB and RB position let us now give you the draft edge at wide receiver too.  As the league continues it's pass first trend there are many receivers that should be a part of your championship roster.  Once the top running backs and a few top QBs are gone you need to start snatching up these sure handed speedsters(we are looking at you Pick 10).  We are not even opposed to doubling up and taking 2 pass catchers in the first two rounds depending on the circumstances.  Instead of taking Frank Gore how would Megatron look in your WR1 slot???  Yeah we thought so....

PLAYER, TEAM POS FANTASY BOYZ BUZZ *note hot players in red and cold in blue
Andre Johnson, Hou WR Last season showed he's still capable of being one of the most productive receivers in the league
Calvin Johnson, Det WR Yet to make more than 78 receptions in a season, This could be the year
Roddy White, Atl WR The potential dip in production due to Julio Jones will be offset by an offensive that will feature less run and more pass
Greg Jennings, GB WR   Another year of steady production with Grant and Finley back? Fuck yes
Hakeem Nicks, NYG WR Developing into one of the best WR in the game!
Larry Fitzgerald, Ari WR In a PPR league, Larry is still a top option. He should benefit from a decent QB this year.
Mike Wallace, Pit WR This young stud will continue his rise to fame
Vincent Jackson, SD WR We expect him to produce like a No.1 WR this year
Reggie Wayne, Ind WR He's got Peyton throwing to him, dummy!
Miles Austin, Dal WR   A healthy Romo could help Austin achieve 09 numbers
DeSean Jackson, Phi WR Top Receiver on a possible DREAM TEAM
Dez Bryant, Dal WR   Could be the largest risk/reward option in this years draft!
Dwayne Bowe, KC WR Might not be realistic to get back to 15 TDs, but he will be a No.1 WR receiver with double digit TDs 
Mike Williams, TB WR Will break the 1,000 yard barrier this year despite playing for the Buccaneers
Jeremy Maclin, Phi WR   Maclin is a solid option as long as he gets over his mysterious illness
Marques Colston, NO WR   Solid number 2 WR, but how many knee surgeries can he withstand?
Brandon Lloyd, Den WR   Brandon who?  Former nobody becoming  a somebody
Santonio Holmes, NYJ WR Holmes should 'rack up' a lot of YAC!
Kenny Britt, Ten WR   A lot of talent, without a lot of brain!
Steve Johnson, Buf WR A known commodity this year
Percy Harvin, Min WR   A solid number 2 WR option
Wes Welker, NE WR Has he potential for a 1,000 yard year, if his clone doesn’t do it first!
Mario Manningham, NYG WR   Has big play capability, too bad Eli is throwing to him!
Anquan Boldin, Bal WR A streaky receiver who should end up as a low-end number 2 receiver
Brandon Marshall, Mia WR Will lead the league in catching "wounded ducks" for TDs
Austin Collie, Ind WR   Named the WR most likely to die from a crossing pattern
Sidney Rice, Sea WR   Would be higher on our list of a decent QB was throwing to him
Pierre Garcon, Ind WR Plays in a great offense and show "flashes" of  a number 2 WR
Santana Moss, Wsh WR Cant be more than a number 3 WR this season given the fact that he has no QB
Steve Smith, Car WR   His chemistry with Cam at the helm will tell the story this year
A.J. Green, Cin WR   Looked explosive in the pre-season so far, just wonder who will be throwing to him
Johnny Knox, Chi WR   Just because he is a the top of the depth chart, doesn’t mean he should be on the top of yours
Malcom Floyd, SD WR Floyd is a solid mid-late round pick who has potential for a 1,000 yard season
Mike Thomas, Jac WR A little undersized, but could be a factor in the red-zone
Chad Ochocinco, NE WR Good pre-season chemistry with Mr. Brady could mean a big big year!
Lance Moore, NO WR Poised for a breakout year, especially if Colston's injuries continue to nag
Jordy Nelson, GB WR Could catch 50 balls for 700 yards and 4 TDs in that offense
Roy Williams, Chi WR Could be a red-zone threat!
Robert Meachem, NO WR   Could get a pickup in catches if Colston starts the season less than 100%
Braylon Edwards, SF WR Could face and 1-2 week suspension and return to a mediocre passing attack
Julio Jones, Atl WR Has explosive potential! ATL could go to a more even attack further raising his value
James Jones, GB WR Nothing special besides the color of his jersey
Lee Evans, Bal WR Even after a significant decrease in production the last two years, he still has speed!
Plaxico Burress, NYJ WR   Has great red-zone potential, regardless of how many pistols hes carrying
Jerome Simpson, Cin WR Headed to a Number 2 WR role to a team with major quarterback concerns
Michael Crabtree*, SF WR   Worth a late round flier, he could catch 5 TDs with his walking boot
Mike Williams, Sea WR   Downgraded to the number 2 WR after Rice and at QB from Hasselbeck to Jackson
Deion Branch, NE WR Don’t expect a repeat of last season
Hines Ward, Pit WR Always a redzone threat. His dancing career is on the rise, but his football career is on the decline
Davone Bess, Mia WR A good bet for 70 catches out of the slot and to continue with punt returns despite the acquisition of Reggie Bush
Jacoby Ford, Oak WR   Plenty of upside but recovering from a broken hand
Mike Sims-Walker, StL WR   A number 3 WR boom or bust
Donald Driver, GB WR Could this be the year he sees the heat from the young talent eying the slot?
Derrick Mason, NYJ WR No fantasy upside to a guy providing backup to Burress
Steve Breaston, KC WR May split snaps with the first round rookie Baldwin
Jacoby Jones, Hou WR Has a lot o f play making ability and the potential for as many as 700 yards and 5 TDs
Nate Burleson, Det WR   The number 2 WR slot in Detroit remains productive, Nate hopes to continue that trend
Danario Alexander, StL WR Worth a flier in deeper fantasy football formats
Danny Amendola, StL WR Continues to impress coaches this spring. Has tremendous upside!
Kevin Walter, Hou WR Would take a Johnson injury to be noticed
Emmanuel Sanders*, Pit WR   Steelers number 3 WR hopes to be ready for the season opener
Jason Hill, Jac WR Having problems with the Florida heat, a lock for the number 2 WR position in Jacksonville
Louis Murphy, Oak WR   Has potential, but struggling to return from a hamstring issue
Bernard Berrian, Min WR Not much production forecasted out of the number 2 WR in MIN this year
Andre Roberts, Ari WR May be subject to a lot of passing packages not involving Roberts as a key role
Anthony Armstrong, Wsh WR Has is work ahead of him to hold off the competition for WR. We recommend staying away
Randy Moss, FA WR Worth a last round flier??? You tell us.
Greg Little, Cle WR Colt's arm is the limiting his potential
Antonio Brown, Pit WR A likely candidate to be on your bench all year
Roscoe Parrish, Buf WR   Could see steady number 4 WR production 
Earl Bennett, Chi WR   The other candidate to be on your bench all year
Nate Washington, Ten WR Big play potential…like three years ago
Titus Young, Det WR   Not worth a pick
Arrelious Benn, TB WR   Worth a flier in deeper formats, coming off of an ACL surgery
Steve Smith, Phi WR   The other candidate to be on your bench all year
Michael Jenkins, Min WR Not much value here
Mohamed Massaquoi, Cle WR   Capped by the weak arm of his QB
Terrell Owens*, FA WR   Still can run and still cant catch, but currently out till week 3 with no team
Jonathan Baldwin, KC WR Wouldn’t it be smarter to draft another kicker? 
Leonard Hankerson, Wsh WR Has potential but missing a QB

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