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Monday
Aug162010

2010 BCSOM Fantasy Football Draft Guide - Wide Receivers

Now that you have gotten your quarterback and running back situation under control, today we are going to discuss the speed demons. That’s right we are talking wide receivers. While you are looking for a wide receiver there are three things to keep in mind. The first thing you should look for is how many times your wide receiver is targeted per game. The more chances they get to handle the ball, the more likely they are to score points. Make sure if you are picking them early that they are the teams go to receiver. Secondly do they run well after the catch? In fantasy football you get 1 point per 10 yards receiving so you want to make sure that your wide receiver can run after the catch. Finally is your guy versatile. Does he run reverses or return kicks? Any extra ways to gain yards or score touchdowns is a plus.

Below I have compiled a list of the top 20 wide receivers to grab in the fantasy draft.

Receivers You Want To Get In the First Round

1 – Andre Johnson – Houston Texans – No doubt he will be targeted more than most and he is the playmaker for the Texans. Hold in high regard that Johnson is the cream of the crop at the wide receiver position.

2 – Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals – Fitzgerald would normally be first on the board but with a new quarterback in town and two relatively new complimentary receivers this year should see a lag in Fitz’s numbers.

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Friday
Jul232010

AFC EAST: Will The Jets Bust or Boom

For the next few entries, I have decided to spotlight each division in the NFL. We will analyze who will be the champion before the season starts. We will look at coaching, players, front office, and fanfare to determine which team will come out of their division and contend for their conference championship. Today we will start with one of the toughest divisions in football. The AFC East is made up of the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, and the newly rejuvenated New York Jets.

The Buffalo Bills show up with a very limited roster. They have many holes on offense and defense. They are clearly the weakest team in the division. They don’t have a solid contributor at the quarterback position and they will be depending on a slew of unproven wide receivers to make a below average quarterback look good.

Key Players for the Bills: Fred Jackson (RB), Marshawn Lynch (RB), Donte Whitner (S), and Lee Evans (WR).

Predicted finish in division LAST

The Miami Dolphins are a helter skelter type of team. From week to week you really don’t know what you are getting. They are obviously coached well and they have talent at a lot of positions. They made many additions that make them intriguing to me this season. I think they can make a serious run at the division title and if they get hot they can make a run at the conference title as well. To do this they will need a lot of luck and almost no injuries.

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