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@BleedGoldandRed Sure but let’s also remember winning MVPs is hard, even when you are really really good. Ask Drew Brees.


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Incredible that this can be asked at such a young age, but if you set the line for career MVPs for Patrick Mahomes… https://t.co/aNfpbCbDgf


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RT @LateRoundQB: Here's a chart showing 100-plus attempt rushers this year (Carlos Hyde not included since he switched teams) and th… https://t.co/lbgJNR8cXa


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Playoffs - WR Player Rankings - Week 2

Playoffs - WR Player Rankings - Week 2

Posted by Dawgmaticå on 01/11/11

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Wide Receivers

 

 

1.          Greg Jennings (@ Atl) – Greg had a ton of trouble breaking free from Asante Samuel last weekend and ended up with just one catch on five targets for eight yards because of it.  However, the Falcons don’t have anyone close to that caliber for him to deal with on Saturday, which means Jennings could have a field day under the dome and bust out 100-plus yards with a TD.

 

2.          Wes Welker (vs NYJ) – The Slot Machine grabbed all seven of his targets in their last game against the Jets and put up 80 yards and a touchdown with them.  If he goes for anything less than that this weekend, regardless of who the Jets stick on him, I’ll be surprised.

 

3.          Mike Wallace (vs Bal) – Wallace had the most targets and receptions in each of the first two contests and will probably do the same this weekend.  If Pittsburgh wants to beat this Baltimore D, they’ll need their speedy receiver to stretch the defense on a regular basis, so look for at least a couple of bombs floating his way.  Of all the wideouts still left in the playoffs, Wallace is no doubt the most likely to catch one and take it to the house.

 

4.          Roddy White (vs GB) – Roddy will be looking at a healthy dose of Charles Woodson come Saturday night, so I’m not expecting the world here.  He took him for five catches and 49 yards in their first matchup, numbers that could repeat themselves this weekend, but you never really know what will happen when two of the game’s best face off against each other.  Sparks will fly in this one.

 

5.          Anquan Boldin (@ Pit) – Just as they did in their two games during the season, Flacco and the Ravens will be depending on Boldin quite a bit this weekend.  ‘Quan led the team in both targets and receptions each game averaging 8.5 targets, six catches and 93 yards over the two (including one TD).  The Steelers are as physical a defense as there is in the league, so Boldin will need to use his size to gain separation.

 

6.          Santonio Holmes (@ NE) – New York looked Santonio’s way quite a bit in their last game against the Pats getting him seven catches for 72 yards on 12 targets.  When the Jets DO pass the ball this Sunday, I expect them to feature him in much of the same way.  Because Sanchez is still sporting a bum shoulder, Holmes should see a bunch of quick slants and screens to offset his lack of arm strength.  Holmes has always been a big-game player and will be one to watch this fantasy weekend.

 

7.          James Jones (@ Atl) – Jones has a better chance to do some damage than Driver does, though you never quite know what you’re going to get from him on a week-to-week basis.  The Pack will likely throw the ball more than they did last weekend, so Jones should be able to put up at least 50 yards with a possible TD against a very beatable Falcons secondary.

 

8.          Deion Branch (vs NYJ) – If the Jets put Revis Island on Branch in this game, Deion won’t be able to do a thing this weekend.  If Revis gets put on Welker like he was for most of their last game, then big-game Branch should be able to come up with a decent amount of catches and good numbers for Brady on Sunday.

 

9.          Johnny Knox (vs Sea) – Knox and his speed can beat this Seattle secondary deep without a problem, as he proved in their game earlier this year when he put up 120 yards on five catches.  Last week against the Saints, the receiver with the most yards and catches against them was speedster Devery Henderson, so it wouldn’t shock me to see Johnny do the same this weekend.

 

10.        Mike Williams – Sea (@ Chi) – BMW had three 100-yard games during the regular season; one against the Saints, one against the Cardinals, and one versus the Bears.  His encore effort against New Orleans last week went for 68 yards and a touchdown on five catches (eight targets).  I can easily see the same type of performance without the TD this weekend as the Bears don’t give up too many of those.

 

11.        Donald Driver (@ Atl) – Driver was used like the veteran he is last weekend hauling in five catches for 56 yards with four of them good for first downs.  Expect the same this Saturday with the Packers wanting to keep the ball out of Matt Ryan, Michael Turner and Roddy White’s hands.

 

12.        Derrick Mason (@ Pit) – Mason is as steady as it gets for a wide receiver.  He’s smart enough and been around long enough to find holes whatever defense he sees, but the problem is that he’s also old and beat up, a fact the Steelers will likely exploit.  His experience will be enough to put up some decent stats, but don’t expect much more than that.

 

13.        Braylon Edwards (@ NE) – Sanchez’s arm is too weak at this point to heave it downfield to Braylon like he normally does so unless he can actually catch a few balls on his crossing patterns, don’t expect too big of game here.

 

14.        Emmanuel Sanders (vs Bal) – The electric third-round pick out of LSU looks to have taken over as Roethlisberger’s No. 2 receiver in the offense as his speed and play-making ability are simply too awesome to ignore.  Look for a good 6-7 targets to come his way and a handful of catches to come out of them.

 

15.        Devin Hester (vs Sea) – Hester is still one of the most electrifying players in the league, and since Seattle coach, Pete Carroll, already stated that the Seahawks plan on kicking to him, he’ll be that much more of an intriguing fantasy force on Sunday.  His punt return duties combined with a good five to six targets on offense will make him a nice sleeper option this playoff weekend.

 

16.        Jordy Nelson (@ Atl) – It was Nelson who actually caught the lone TD pass from Rodgers in the Packers-Falcons first meeting as he ended up the contest catching all five of his targets for 61 yards.  He wasn’t a factor at all against the Eagles, but I can easily see the Pack getting him in there against Atlanta for a few three/four-WR sets.

 

17.        Earl Bennett (vs Sea) – Bennett is a nice possession receiver and should be able to haul in around five passes this weekend, but his lack of size (6’0”) doesn’t make him much of a red-zone target, so his fantasy upside is minimal outside of PPR leagues.

 

18.        Ben Obomanu (@ Chi) – Obomanu is the receiver with the most upside on the Seahawks roster, and Hasselbeck knows it.  Last week he got Ben the most targets on the team (11) and even though they only turned into five catches for 43 yards, Seattle will need his speed to break this Chicago D, so look for the same sort of treatment this Sunday.

 

19.        Hines Ward (vs Bal) – Ward’s speed and skills have diminished to the point where he’s having a tough time getting open in space, so don’t expect too much out of the seasoned vet in this one.  His best remaining qualities are his overall toughness and blocking ability, of which both will be on display come Saturday.

 

20.        Michael Jenkins (vs GB) – Jenkins had two TDs and no games with more than five catches this season.  Against Green Bay, he put up just 24 yards on three catches (four targets).  Basically, Jenkins is as average as it gets and is really more of a WR3 than a WR2.  Three or four catches for around 35 yards sounds about right.

 

21.        Brandon Tate (vs NYJ) – Tate has had more than one catch in a game just seven times this year and isn’t getting enough targets to do much damage, even with a streaking Mr. Bundchen tossing him the pill.

 

22.        Jerricho Cotchery (@ NE) – Jerricho gets his targets by being the most dependable wide receiver on the team.  With the Jets wanting to control the clock this Sunday, Cotchery could see a few more balls than normal flying his way, but the likelihood of him causing a fantasy stir is still pretty close to zero.

 

23.        T.J. Houshmandzadeh (@ Pit) – Housh is another veteran with a good head for the game, but his skills have eroded to the point that anything more than just a few targets and a catch or two is all that can be expected.

 

24.        Brandon Stokley (@ Chi) – Brandon is the oldest player on the Seahawks offense next to Hasselbeck, a tidbit that shouldn’t be overlooked.  QBs love their veteran receivers in pressure situations as was shown last weekend with Stokley going off for 73 yards and a TD on four catches that were all either in the red-zone or for first downs.  However, don’t expect too much from the 34-year old vet as he’s still just the third or fourth option in this offense.

 

25.        Brad Smith (@ NE) – Smith’s groin is still a bit banged up so he’s not expected to be used very often this weekend.  If he’s able to return kickoffs, he’ll have a slight chance to create some havoc, but don’t expect him to do much out of the Wildcat formation.

 

26.        Brian Finneran (vs GB) – Finneran’s 6’5” frame gets him a few red-zone targets here and there, which actually gives him a bit of an edge over Douglas in the rankings department. 

 

27.        Antwaan Randle El (vs Bal) – Randle El isn’t used as a receiver very much in this offense, but if Pitt decides to run a trick play or two, you can be sure Antwaan and his variety of skills will be involved.

 

28.        Harry Douglas (vs GB) – Douglas has a ton of talent but sits behind Jenkins on the depth chart due to his inconsistency.  If the Falcons get behind, they may use him for his big-play potential, but other than that, he’s useless. 

 

29.        Devin Aromashodu (vs Sea) – Aromashodu was a huge disappointment this season and the only chance he has of doing anything in this game is if the Bears end up needing his size in the red-zone.


 

 

 

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