Monthly Archives: June 2010

Is Mike Wallace A Draft Day Sleeper?

When the Steelers shipped Santonio Holmes to New York they did so, at least in part, with Mike Wallace in mind.  Off field problems or not, the team had to be confident that Wallace would be able to step up … Continue reading

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Depth Chart Analysis: Chicago Bears Wide Receivers

The addition of Mike Martz as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator surely adds some intrigue, especially to the wide receivers.  We all know the type of offense he likes to run, dating back to his “Greatest Show on Turf” days … Continue reading

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Top 60 Wide Receivers For 2010

Wide Receiver is an interesting position for fantasy owners when you think about it.  After the top 15-20 options, are there really many sure things?  What you have is a number of options that could emerge, could stagnate or could … Continue reading

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Depth Chart Analysis: Washington Redskins Tight Ends: Will Cooley Rebound?

Just one year ago Chris Cooley was regarded as one of the elite tight ends in the game.  He had a string of four consecutive years of at least 734 yards, having set a career high of 849 (as well … Continue reading

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Should Shonn Greene Be A RB1 On Draft Day?

It wasn’t a surprise that the New Yorks Jets parted ways with Thomas Jones, despite having rushed for over 1,100 yards each of the past five seasons.  The more shocking move was dealing Leon Washington at the NFL Draft, even … Continue reading

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Vincent or DeSean Jackson: Who Do You Prefer?

Both Vincent Jackson and DeSean Jackson made their marks for fantasy owners in 2010, and with extremely similar statistics.  Just look at how close they were: Receptions: Vincent – 68, DeSean – 62 Yards: Vincent – 1,167, DeSean – 1,156 … Continue reading

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Top 20 Tight Ends For 2010

Tight end is probably the most unpredictable position for fantasy football owners.  In any given week, someone can surprise with a big game.  That doesn’t mean there aren’t better options then others, however.  Let’s take a look at my current … Continue reading

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Draft Day Sleepers: 3rd Year Wide Receiver Breakout Candidates

There are certain mantras fantasy owners believe in.  For example, fantasy baseball owners believe in the third year starting pitcher breakout.  For football owners, it’s the idea that a third year wide receiver may finally breakout. There’s no real reasoning … Continue reading

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Top 40 Running Backs For 2010

Depending on your league setup, running back may be the most important position on draft day.  Many times, you don’t need just one or two, but at least three (with the FLEX), plus a suitable replacement for bye weeks.  So, … Continue reading

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Top 5 Rookie Quarterbacks For 2010

Quarterback is generally the “glamor” position, the one that franchises draft in order to build their team around.  While Sam Bradford was the top overall selection, does that necessarily mean he is going to be the top rookie QB in … Continue reading

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