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#1 ThePittbully

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 08:35 PM

This is my first time posting any kind of rankings here. I'm expecting to get some criticism from this, so bring it on :football: .

2012 PPR Dynasty Top 50 WR's

Tier 1:
1. Calvin Johnson

Tier 2:
2. Larry Fitzgerald
3. AJ Green
4. Hakeem Nicks
5. Julio Jones

Tier 3:
6. Mike Wallace
7. Jordy Nelson
8. Victor Cruz
9. Dez Bryant
10. Greg Jennings
11. Percy Harvin

Tier 4:
12. Andre Johnson
13. Wes Welker
14. Brandon Marshall
15. Roddy White

Tier 5:
16. Dwayne Bowe
17. Jeremy Maclin
18. Miles Austin
19. Stevie Johnson
20. Kenny Britt
21. Marques Colston
22. Antonio Brown
23. Torrey Smith
23. Desean Jackson
24. Vincent Jackson
26. Steve Smith CAR
27. Brandon Lloyd
28. Demaryius Thomas
29. Pierre Garcon


Tier 6:
30. Robert Meachem
31. Jacoby Ford
32. Eric Decker
33. Mario Manningham
34. Denarius Moore
35. Mike Williams TB
36. Titus Young
37. Darrius Heyward Bey
38. Greg Little
39. Jon Baldwin
40. Santonio Holmes
41. Michael Crabtree
42. Sidney Rice
43. Reggie Wayne
44. Austin Collie
45. Randall Cobb
46. Laurent Robinson
47. Anquan Boldin
48. Vincent Brown
49. Lance Moore
50. Malcolm Floyd

Edited by ThePittbully, 14 April 2012 - 01:11 PM.

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 09:33 PM

Like your list. A few opinions... I have a hard time ranking Jordy Nelson that high. I know he's coming off a terrific year, I own him myself, and I've been trying to sell. So far, no takers, at least not at a reasonable return for me. The YPC and TDs just look too fluky. With Jennings, Finley, James Jones, and an emerging Randall Cobb in town, it's hard to picture Jordy getting any more than the 68 catches he reeled in last year. So can he really turn 60 some catches in 1200+ yards and 15 TDs again? For reference, Jennings caught basically the same (67, in 3 fewer games due to injury), and had 949/9, which ranked him 18th in my league. I think those numbers are a more reasonable Jordy Nelson projection going forward. Marques Colston ranked 11th in my league last year, is still only 28, and resigned with the high flying Saints while Robert Meachem didn't. I have a hard time seeing him outside the top 20. He's consistent year to year and in a great situation. Even though he's only ranked 33rd, I still feel Mario Manningham's too high there. His landing spot just leaves so little opportunity for him, sharing balls with Vernon Davis, Mike Crabtree, and Randy Moss in a run first offense with a subpar QB. I personally would rather take a chance on a rebound candidate like Mike Williams or Santonio Holmes, or on a future breakout candidate like Titus Young, DHB, or Randall Cobb. Anyway, just some nitpicks, nice work overall. Always like seeing other opinions.

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 10:09 PM

Like your list. A few opinions... I have a hard time ranking Jordy Nelson that high. I know he's coming off a terrific year, I own him myself, and I've been trying to sell. So far, no takers, at least not at a reasonable return for me. The YPC and TDs just look too fluky. With Jennings, Finley, James Jones, and an emerging Randall Cobb in town, it's hard to picture Jordy getting any more than the 68 catches he reeled in last year. So can he really turn 60 some catches in 1200+ yards and 15 TDs again? For reference, Jennings caught basically the same (67, in 3 fewer games due to injury), and had 949/9, which ranked him 18th in my league. I think those numbers are a more reasonable Jordy Nelson projection going forward. Marques Colston ranked 11th in my league last year, is still only 28, and resigned with the high flying Saints while Robert Meachem didn't. I have a hard time seeing him outside the top 20. He's consistent year to year and in a great situation. Even though he's only ranked 33rd, I still feel Mario Manningham's too high there. His landing spot just leaves so little opportunity for him, sharing balls with Vernon Davis, Mike Crabtree, and Randy Moss in a run first offense with a subpar QB. I personally would rather take a chance on a rebound candidate like Mike Williams or Santonio Holmes, or on a future breakout candidate like Titus Young, DHB, or Randall Cobb. Anyway, just some nitpicks, nice work overall. Always like seeing other opinions.

On Nelson, I've seen a lot of post on how his point totals for last year were heavily TD dependent, and how unlikely it is for him to repeat those numbers. However, Rodgers threw 45 TD's last year in 16 games and I could easily see him throwing 40+ again next year. Nelson seems to have emerged as Rodgers' go to WR in the redzone, and he was the most effective WR on Green Bay's roster last year. He received 5 less targets than Jennings and only had 1 more reception than Jennings but still had 314 more yards receiving and 6 more TD's. He's also only 26 years old. I'm a Saints Fan and I like Colston, but he'll be 29 this year and he has had several knee surgeries over the last couple years. I believe the exact number is 6. Combine that with his physical style, and he's not really a guy I'd like to be holding in a season or two. I'm not a big Manningham fan, but I'm even less of a Crabtree fan. And I still think Moss is never going to be an impact player again. That being said, you may be right about having him too high. I'm going to look at that one again. Thanks for the input, I was hoping to get some discussion going and hear some different views so thanks for that
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Posted 13 April 2012 - 10:31 PM

Good list, always have a different opinion on a few player of course. For me, I move Demaryius Thomas up a few spots (although he's very risky) and I move Torrey Smith down quite a bit. Too many problems with his game. Kinda looks like a Devry Henderson clone to me.

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 10:57 PM

33. Mario Manningham 34. Denarius Moore

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 03:34 AM

Good list, always have a different opinion on a few player of course. For me, I move Demaryius Thomas up a few spots (although he's very risky) and I move Torrey Smith down quite a bit. Too many problems with his game. Kinda looks like a Devry Henderson clone to me.

Having seen Devery a lot, if nothing else his hands are much much better

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 03:36 AM

33. Mario Manningham 34. Denarius Moore

What about it?
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Posted 14 April 2012 - 04:11 AM

Thanks for the list. I actually like Manningham - I agree he'll have to fight for targets, but he's the type that will stretch the field, he doesn't need a ton of targets to be successful, he can do it on a couple of deep plays. He may have to wait a year or two until the QBing improves but this is dynasty so I think he's a buy or hold.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 04:33 AM

Like your list alot, one of the better ones ive seen. Only two who I think are too high are jordy and Cruz. That's about where id rank them if they repeated those numbers. Too much risk that high and too many more talented guys behind them.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 04:51 AM

Solid list. Only quibble I have is that Britt is way too low for my liking. Also, Torrey Smith is pretty high.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 05:12 AM

On Jordy Nelson, his coach is saying his role(targets) should increase.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 05:18 AM

Very solid list imo. Well done and appreciated. A few things I would change: I would leave AJ and Welker in the top 10 still, i know older, but still got a few years left and that is what i look at for dynasty purpose. Drop Dez/Jordy out. Probably drop nicks to tier 3. I think Cruz is in the right spot, kudos on that. A few others that are lower that might move up/down a slot or two, but more of a personal choice.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 05:23 AM

Very solid list imo. Well done and appreciated. A few things I would change: I would leave AJ and Welker in the top 10 still, i know older, but still got a few years left and that is what i look at for dynasty purpose. Drop Dez/Jordy out. Probably drop nicks to tier 3. I think Cruz is in the right spot, kudos on that. A few others that are lower that might move up/down a slot or two, but more of a personal choice.

Nicks to tier 3 but leave Cruz where he is? Nicks is a stud and top talent when he was coming in to the league. Nicks will improve with Cruz there now taking some pressure off him.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 07:29 AM

Like your list alot, one of the better ones ive seen. Only two who I think are too high are jordy and Cruz. That's about where id rank them if they repeated those numbers. Too much risk that high and too many more talented guys behind them.

Already talked about Jordy, but I'll explain why I chose to put Cruz where he is. Every time I hear about someone talk about Cruz "coming back to earth" they mention Nicks limiting his value. But here's the thing, Nicks had arguably his best season as a pro last season. It was his best season in terms of games played, average yards per catch, and targets. Much like the Nelson/Jennings situation Nicks actually received 1 more target than Cruz but Cruz managed to haul in 6 more catches, 344 yards more receiving, and 2 more TD's. In addition to that, in my opinion, he is clearly one of the most talented WR's in the league. You can ignore the stats and just watch him play. He's quick off the ball, he makes great cuts, he gets great separation, he knows how to find the open zone, and his hands are amazing. I know he doesn't have a track record, and that makes him a risk but I'd feel confident taking that risk based off of what I've seen so far. As far as Nicks being in tier 3, I think he belongs where I have him. I still feel Nicks is an elite talent and having a WR of the talent level of Cruz on the field at the same time should only benefit his game. He's an amazing red zone weapon and despite having more NFL experience he's a full year younger than Cruz.
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Posted 14 April 2012 - 07:45 AM

Solid list. Only quibble I have is that Britt is way too low for my liking. Also, Torrey Smith is pretty high.

I am admittedly not a Britt fan. I believe he's an elite physical talent, but his off the field issues combined with his inability to stay healthy make me want to avoid him. Also there have been reports in the past that he has trouble learning the offense and is not the sharpest tool in the shed. If not for all that I would probably have him a lot higher, I just think he's more risk than he's worth. As far as Smith I think he's a potential breakout player in 2012. I liked what I saw last year though and he's in a very good situation with little competition for targets. Somebody compared him to Devery Henderson, but he reminds me of Greg Jennings. He has elite speed and very good hands, almost always catches the ball away from his body. If he can improve and expand his route running he could easily be an elite WR

Edited by ThePittbully, 14 April 2012 - 07:45 AM.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:13 AM

Santonio Holmes @ 40? Very young still, true #1 wr without alot of competition for targets and say what you want about Sanchez but his #'s have gotten better every year. I would put him in the low 20's. Agree and disagree with some of the others but all and all good list. Thanks for taking the time to put it together

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:26 AM

I dont get why people arent more hyped on torrey smith. He played injired almost all season. Boldin will be taking a backseat to the ultra explosive smith sooner then later. His game reminds me of mike wallace. He finished about where he has him ranked. So hes predicting the same finish, when in reality he will likely be finish higher.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:31 AM

Santonio Holmes @ 40? Very young still, true #1 wr without alot of competition for targets and say what you want about Sanchez but his #'s have gotten better every year. I would put him in the low 20's. Agree and disagree with some of the others but all and all good list. Thanks for taking the time to put it together

Here's the thing with Santonio, he's 28 and has only had 1 season over 1000 yards in 6 years. 2011 was his worst season to date in catches, yards, and YPC. Add to that the Jets just extended Sanchez, who Holmes publicly called out last season. If I were starting a dynasty team, he's a player I would definitely avoid.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:33 AM

People are still waiting on the holmes breakout ? Thats gotta suck

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:36 AM

I dont get why people arent more hyped on torrey smith. He played injired almost all season. Boldin will be taking a backseat to the ultra explosive smith sooner then later. His game reminds me of mike wallace. He finished about where he has him ranked. So hes predicting the same finish, when in reality he will likely be finish higher.

:goodposting: If I would have seen a little more diversity in his routes last year, I'd probably have him higher
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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:45 AM

Supposedly hes been working quite a bit on his routes.

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WR: Calvin Johnson - Dez Bryant - Randall Cobb - Chris Givens- Emmanuel Sanders - Brian Quick - Da' rick Rogers - Josh Boyce - Chris Harper

TE: Jermichael Finley - Jared Cook - Tyler Eifert - Owen Daniels


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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:00 AM

I dont get why people arent more hyped on torrey smith. He played injired almost all season. Boldin will be taking a backseat to the ultra explosive smith sooner then later. His game reminds me of mike wallace. He finished about where he has him ranked. So hes predicting the same finish, when in reality he will likely be finish higher.

:goodposting: If I would have seen a little more diversity in his routes last year, I'd probably have him higher

The ravens were one of the least diverse offenses in the league. They played 2 wr much more than other teams. I really feel like Smith put up the numbers he did because of the horrible Rams defense (put up a quarter of his numbers in one game) and the fact that he didn't have much of any competition for targets. He had pretty awful hands from the 5 or 6 games I watched and that just doesn't get better with practice. The offense is changing as well and they will bring in some wr talent in the next year or 2. I just don't see much chance he's ever a top 15 wr and it's possible he fades away. I can understand why people like but I'm avoiding him.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:08 AM

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=dedTcMa7PzQ It's great he got lucky at the end but the first drop was typical.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:13 AM

The drop was pretty bad, but at the same time he was a 22 year old rookie mistakes are to be expected. He redeemed himself in the end and I'd hardly call it lucky. Gay had hands all over him and he still burned him for an easy TD
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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:22 AM

You guys are extremely critical of a rookie who was thrust into a major role. Conventional wisdom is three years to adjust to the nfl game. For a guy considered raw coming out, he has done great. Take away julio and aj. Hed have been the best rookie wr right ?

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WR: Calvin Johnson - Dez Bryant - Randall Cobb - Chris Givens- Emmanuel Sanders - Brian Quick - Da' rick Rogers - Josh Boyce - Chris Harper

TE: Jermichael Finley - Jared Cook - Tyler Eifert - Owen Daniels


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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:23 AM

You guys are extremely critical of a rookie who was thrust into a major role. Conventional wisdom is three years to adjust to the nfl game. For a guy considered raw coming out, he has done great. Take away julio and aj. Hed have been the best rookie wr right ?

True, and he has room for improvement. I do think there is a risk that he'll be primarily a deep threat for his career, but he had a good rookie season, no doubt.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:40 AM

Theres a possibilty of that. But if we use last season as his floor, he certainly will be a quality fantasy wr

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 11:55 AM

People are still waiting on the holmes breakout ? Thats gotta suck

I just traded for him cheap and am happy to have him. He has talent and I would put him closer to 30 than 40.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 12:19 PM

People are still waiting on the holmes breakout ? Thats gotta suck

I just traded for him cheap and am happy to have him. He has talent and I would put him closer to 30 than 40.

Out of curiosity what did you give up for him?
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Posted 14 April 2012 - 12:22 PM

a little high for Torrey Smith?

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 12:39 PM

Good list overall. can really only nitpick. i got to believe one of decker/Thomas (if not both) get into wr1 territory with manning. Both are young and neither lack talent....I'll take their production for 3 years with manning....and they'll still be young enough to deal And many of the guys above them will be early/mid 30s

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 04:02 PM

People are still waiting on the holmes breakout ? Thats gotta suck

I just traded for him cheap and am happy to have him. He has talent and I would put him closer to 30 than 40.

Out of curiosity what did you give up for him?

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 06:14 PM

a little high for Torrey Smith?

Why ?

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RB: CJ Spiller  - DMac - SJax - Lamar Miller - Daryl Richardson/Zac Stacy

WR: Calvin Johnson - Dez Bryant - Randall Cobb - Chris Givens- Emmanuel Sanders - Brian Quick - Da' rick Rogers - Josh Boyce - Chris Harper

TE: Jermichael Finley - Jared Cook - Tyler Eifert - Owen Daniels


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Posted 14 April 2012 - 06:34 PM

Excellent list, I agree with most of the ranking. Just wondering why you had Jacoby Ford as the highest ranked Oakland WR. 31. Jacoby Ford 34. Denarius Moore 37. Darrius Heyward Bey Although I own Ford a league, this is one of the few places I have seen him ranked this high. I was thinking more on the lines of Denarius Moore in the 30's, Ford in the 40's and DHB a bit later. I would like to hear your take on Ford's ranking.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 06:36 PM

a little high low for Torrey Smith?

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Sorry son, but I don't have to dumb down The Sport just so noobs like you have a chance at keeping up.

I play in a $4,000 entry, Super-WCOFF, triple-reverse, double down, mirror league with a modified PPFDR base 8 scoring system, and we just held our draft in July. For the 2013 season. You think Matt Barkley getting the start in USC is news? I drafted him after studying up on him, after he signed his letter of intent, last year. You think that maybe going with a WR in the first two rounds instead of back-to-back RBs is somehow new thinking in fantasy? Well, do you have the balls to do what I did this year when I didn't take my first RB until the fourth round (Roderick Smith, Harding High School of Indiana)? You've probably never even heard of Martavis Bryant, Kyle Prater, or Darius White, yet not only did I draft them this year to form my future WR core, I've also started referring to them by fantasy board nicknames (Super Mart, KPrater, & DoubleDarius). Hell, guys like you are going to be the poor schmucks who are searching this board five years from now for info on some great RB you just heard of out of the middle of nowhere in Alaska, and the FBG search result box is going to come up with this very post, where I brag about nabbing Isaiah Weeks of the Monroe Catholic Rams at the 25.32/26.01 turn a full two months before he lit up Delta Junction for 193 yards/2 TDs or Ketchikan for 183 rushing yards, 55 rec yards, & 2 TDs. You'll be wondering about his durability and I'll remember a phone call I made back when you were just hearing the name "Knowshon Moreno" for the first time to the kid's doctor in Fairbanks about the sprain he suffered in his left ankle in 2008.

Let me give you a tip, IT = INFO, and there's no "expires by" date on it.


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Posted 14 April 2012 - 08:06 PM

Excellent list, I agree with most of the ranking. Just wondering why you had Jacoby Ford as the highest ranked Oakland WR. 31. Jacoby Ford 34. Denarius Moore 37. Darrius Heyward Bey Although I own Ford a league, this is one of the few places I have seen him ranked this high. I was thinking more on the lines of Denarius Moore in the 30's, Ford in the 40's and DHB a bit later. I would like to hear your take on Ford's ranking.

Mostly I just think Ford is the most talented Raiders WR. Going into last year there was a lot of hype on Ford, but his season was ruined by injuries before it ever got started and he was pretty much forgotten by most people due to emergence of Denarius Moore and DHB.

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Posted 15 April 2012 - 03:25 AM

a little high for Torrey Smith?

Why ?

listed above VJax and DJax.. thats all. its a good list either way

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From every post I ever see who make, you seriously have to be the most "win now" owner of anyone one here.

 

You are the exact opposite of Peso. 

 

I can just see you trading Gronk for Steven jackson, Crabtree for Reggie Wayne, Blackmon for Boldin, and a couple future 1sts for Gore. 

 


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Posted 15 April 2012 - 03:35 AM

Excellent list, I agree with most of the ranking. Just wondering why you had Jacoby Ford as the highest ranked Oakland WR. 31. Jacoby Ford 34. Denarius Moore 37. Darrius Heyward Bey Although I own Ford a league, this is one of the few places I have seen him ranked this high. I was thinking more on the lines of Denarius Moore in the 30's, Ford in the 40's and DHB a bit later. I would like to hear your take on Ford's ranking.

3 WR from one team ahead of the top guy from the Jets. This is what does not make sense in some rankings. No way the 3rd WR is Oakland scores all that well. They are not that good of a team. This is not the Packers and I dont see James Jones on this list. Ford to me is the 3rd best guy but that is my opinion. Lots of guys are too high and lots are too low.

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Posted 15 April 2012 - 04:31 AM

a little high for Torrey Smith?

Why ?

listed above VJax and DJax.. thats all. its a good list either way

I kind of agree. Vjax will likely regress, as he just left possibly rhe best deep ball thrower and went to freeman, who looked pretty bad last year. Djax is a headcase, big time. I honestly think weve seen his best year

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WR: Calvin Johnson - Dez Bryant - Randall Cobb - Chris Givens- Emmanuel Sanders - Brian Quick - Da' rick Rogers - Josh Boyce - Chris Harper

TE: Jermichael Finley - Jared Cook - Tyler Eifert - Owen Daniels


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Posted 15 April 2012 - 07:16 AM

Excellent list, I agree with most of the ranking. Just wondering why you had Jacoby Ford as the highest ranked Oakland WR. 31. Jacoby Ford 34. Denarius Moore 37. Darrius Heyward Bey Although I own Ford a league, this is one of the few places I have seen him ranked this high. I was thinking more on the lines of Denarius Moore in the 30's, Ford in the 40's and DHB a bit later. I would like to hear your take on Ford's ranking.

3 WR from one team ahead of the top guy from the Jets. This is what does not make sense in some rankings. No way the 3rd WR is Oakland scores all that well. They are not that good of a team. This is not the Packers and I dont see James Jones on this list. Ford to me is the 3rd best guy but that is my opinion. Lots of guys are too high and lots are too low.

I already mentioned Santonio has only had 1 great season in 6 years, he QB is subpar, he's unhappy with his situation, and he's not getting any younger. I just don't see the upside there. As far as the Raiders WR's I'm pretty sure that DHB is a free agent next season so he could easily be somewhere else is 2013. And I think the Raiders will probably throw a lot more this season.
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Posted 15 April 2012 - 07:35 AM

a little high for Torrey Smith?

Why ?

listed above VJax and DJax.. thats all. its a good list either way

I dislike Vjax's situation, here's how I feel. He's leaving Rivers who was perfectly suited for what he does and going to Tampa where the QB is not as a good, he's got more competition for targets, and the offense will very likely be run first, especially if they end up drafting Richardson. On top of that he's 29. Desean is probably a little too low, I may move him up 2 or 3 spots. He's young and he's never really had a bad season. I should probably move him up to about 22 just above Brown and Smith. That being said I don't see him as that much better than Smith, they basically have the same game. And I feel like Maclin is easily the best WR in that Eagles offense, Smith is going to be the go to guys for Ravens.

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