• Posts Tagged ‘wide receiver’

    Decisions, Decisions: Who to Start in Week 13

    by  • December 5, 2010 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    If your head’s swimming with stats and rankings this morning deciding who to start with playoff implications on the line, here’s a study aid. PlayThisGuy.com has provided us with their consensus rankings for Week 13 quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers. You may not have these top 10 players, but dig deep to see...

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    5 Reasons to Drop Sidney Rice

    by  • October 8, 2010 • Tips & Strategy • 3 Comments

    If you’ve stashed Sidney Rice away on your bench waiting for his triumphant return to fantasy football studliness, it’s time to drop him. Let him go. Let someone else burn that candle, sacrificing a roster spot for almost the entire season in hopes that he will return to dominance for their playoff push. You...

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    Everybody’s got a Wes Welker

    by  • August 10, 2010 • News • 1 Comment

      He’s quick. He’s nimble. He’s the envy of every team in the NFL, which is why every team in the NFL has got to get their hands on one. Wes Welker is no longer just one NFL wide receiver recovering from a knee injury using Playboy-endorsed rehabbing techniques. No, he is more than...

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    Ted Ginn: This is why you can’t have nice things

    by  • November 25, 2009 • Tips & Strategy, Waiver Wire • 2 Comments

    As if you needed a two-minute explanation of why you should never trust Ted Ginn Jr. as a fantasy football wideout, here you are. Please cover the eyes of any young children in the room.

    via Pro Football Talk

    Yeah, it’s really that bad. Do not draft, people. Do not draft. Ginn’s own hands are not to be trusted, and he might even look to do away with them, as we’ve mentioned previously.