With many fantasy football drafts taking place this week, we’re gonna go out of our way to help you improve on that last place finish of yester-year. If you’re looking for analytical statistics to help you draft, you’re in the wrong place. Relying on those same statistics got you that last place finish, remember? So why not try it our way? I knew you would.
Today we’ll talk about receivers, so pay attention. Because if you don’t get at least one of these players, you’re screwed.
Forget all the fluke talk. And all the “Kurt Warner isn’t gonna make it through the season” talk. It really doesn’t matter who is out there at quarterback, Fitz is gonna put up numbers. And if you’re crazy enough to listen to all the naysayers and pass on him, please send me an invite to your league because I’ll gladly take him and dominate.
For those of you that are weary of picking Boldin because of Larry Fitzgerald and an emerging Steve Breaston, don’t be. Like last year, Boldin will continue to get his numbers. In fact, he just may end up with better numbers than Fitzgerald this year. Why? Because he’s playing for a new contract.
Sleeper Pick – Lee Evans
Could this finally be the year that Lee Evans breaks out? I say yes. With T.O. on the other side, Evans should be free to roam through secondaries like a wild gazelle. We could all use a wild gazelle on our fantasy team.
Rookie To Watch – Jeremy Maclin
This one is a toss up between Percy Harvin and Jeremy Maclin. I went with Maclin. Mainly because Philly loves to chuck it. He’ll have plenty of chances to put up numbers, much like DeSean Jackson did last year.