March 23, 2018


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Cleveland Browns

Money Ball: The Sequel

Hate to start out the offseason with the Cleveland Browns, but they are makin’ moves!
Browns acquired: Tyrod Taylor, Jarvis Landry, Damarious Randall
Browns gave up: 2018 3rd-round pick (No. 65), 2018 4th-round pick, 2019 7th-round pick, DeShone Kizer

Building with experienced quality performers that have something to prove, by selling inconsequential draft picks is exactly what Sashi Brown was building up for. It’s a shame he won’t be around to reap the rewards, but these are quality moves for a win-now mentality.

03/09/18, 09:37 PM CST by Wheeler


Tyrod Taylor

Buffalo Bills

Hue Looks To TyGoat

Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, who's pondering his future, is a fan of Tyrod Taylor and has said so on the ThomaHawk Show podcast.

Tyrod is just one season removed (2016) from being the QB11 in average fantasy ppg, including seven 20+ point weeks and six 15+ point weeks. Given the current talent on the O-line and skill position weapons he could improve on those numbers. He has the potential to be this year’s Alex Smith, definitely heading my late-round (12+) QB picks now.

03/09/18, 09:32 PM CST by Wheeler


Deshone Kizer

Cleveland Browns

Packers Get In On The Fun

The Packers have traded for QB DeShone Kizer from the Browns to Green Bay.

This is the best possible scenario for Kizer, who was thrown into the fire last season. Getting the chance to develop and learn behind the best in the business is the best chance he has for longevity.

03/09/18, 09:30 PM CST by Wheeler


Torrey Smith

Philadelphia Eagles

On The Move Again

The Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to the Panthers for CB Daryl Worley. Torrey Smith could fill the old Ted Ginn role which makes this fairly interesting. Stagg Party says it’s more of a boost for Cam than Torrey himself.

This is an absolute perfect fit, someone who isn’t going to demand the ball, but can take the top off a defense while McCaffrey, Olsen, and Cam work underneath. Torrey is looking like a great late-round flyer.

03/09/18, 09:28 PM CST by Wheeler


DeMarco Murray

Tennessee Titans

Henry Hype Train Has Clear Track

DeMarco Murray was released by the Titans.
No surprise here, expect Derick Henry to be a lead back with 250+ touches, but they will bring in someone that will play the third-down, pass-catching role out of the backfield. I wouldn’t be surprised if they sign someone like Jerick McKinnon or Rex Burkhead, or even Darren Sproles or Charles Sims. There are also plenty of options in the NFL draft, Henry won’t be a true “Bell Cow.”

03/09/18, 09:17 PM CST by Wheeler


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

The Name Says It All

Marquise Goodwin and the 49ers have agreed to a 3yr extension worth $20.3M & 10M guaranteed.

Shanahan has found his big-play threat at a reasonable price. Goodwin caught 56 balls for 962 yards last season, but only had two TD’s. None of his six longest plays (33+ yards) were from Garoppollo so it leads me to believe they will still be looking for a top of the line WR, even with Garcon coming back from injury.

03/09/18, 09:15 PM CST by Wheeler


Jonathan Stewart

Carolina Panthers

The Search Is On

Former Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart is visiting the Seahawks today, source says. Seattle is looking at all options to get that ground game going.

This would be an interesting landing spot for Stewart, but no RB available in free agency is going to do spit behind this Swiss-cheese O-line.

03/09/18, 09:13 PM CST by Wheeler


New York Giants

Building Blocks

NFL draft insider Tony Pauline says "belief" around the league is free agent OG Andrew Norwell signing with the Giants is "a done deal."
The top guard on the market, Norwell was one of ex-Panthers GM Dave Gettleman's most-prized discoveries as an undrafted free agent. Gettleman now runs the Giants, who have needs all over the line.

I like anything the Giants can do to repair this disheveled O-line. Building a line through free-agency is almost always a better option than through the draft, but I would still like to see them trade back in the draft and grab Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame.

03/09/18, 09:11 PM CST by Wheeler


Dion Lewis

New England Patriots

Pass Catching Backs Set To Dominate

On first downs this year, the Eagles allow a 65% success rate on RB-passes. That ranks 29th in the league. Dion Lewis averaged 6.5 YPA and a 59% success rate, and James White averaged 7.7 YPA and a 58% success rate on first down passes this season.

02/04/18, 10:36 AM CST by Wheeler


James White

New England Patriots

Pass Catching Backs Set To Dominate

On first downs this year, the Eagles allow a 65% success rate on RB-passes. That ranks 29th in the league. Dion Lewis averaged 6.5 YPA and a 59% success rate, and James White averaged 7.7 YPA and a 58% success rate on first down passes this season.

02/04/18, 10:36 AM CST by Wheeler


Philadelphia Eagles

Attack With 11

The Patriots defense is particularly susceptible to runs out of 11 personnel (1 RB, 1 TE, 3 WRs), allowing a 61% success rate and 6.0 YPC to offenses when rushing from this formation. The Eagles are one of the most run heavy teams from 11 personnel, recording nearly 60% of their total rushes from 11 formation. The Patriots haven’t faced teams like this often, the teams the Pats faced in the playoffs, Tennessee and Jacksonville were last and 5th lowest respectively rushing from 11 formation. This is a massive advantage for the Eagles if they recognize it and use it.

02/04/18, 10:32 AM CST by Wheeler


Jay Ajayi

Philadelphia Eagles

To The Left, To The Left

New England started the season off with one of the worst rush defenses in the entire league, but things have really shifted over the second half of the year. Prior to their Week 9 bye, the Patriots had allowed a 44.70% Success Rate to opposing running backs, the third-worst in the league. That's dropped to about 38% since, and they've had the fifth-best rush defense by Success Rate since Week 12. New England's especially been good at stopping runs to the left side of the field, which just so happens to be where Jay Ajayi has really made a mark since joining the Eagles in Week 9.
I don’t look for Ajayi to make his mark in this game. I know it’s a lazy narrative, but a Blount revenge game seems to really be in the cards here.

02/04/18, 10:30 AM CST by Wheeler


Zach Ertz

Philadelphia Eagles

Pats Could Hit'em Where It Ertz

Zach Ertz leads the Eagles in targets (39) with Foles under center, drawing at least eight in three of their four full games together. Keyed by FS Devin McCourty and SS Patrick Chung, the Pats allowed the NFL’s tenth-fewest receiving yards to tight ends (720) this season, only four opposing tight ends have reached 50 yards through 18 Patriots games.
If Foles continues to pepper Ertz with targets we could see a big game for Chung or McCourty.

02/04/18, 10:25 AM CST by Wheeler


Nelson Agholor

Philadelphia Eagles

Plenty Of Fluids

The Eagles’ biggest pass-catcher personnel mismatch is Nelson Agholor against Patriots slot corner Eric Rowe. Rowe can struggle with quick change of direction, Agholor’s foremost strength. Agholor runs 87% of his routes in the slot, and New England allowed solid games to Eric Decker (6/85/0) in the Divisional Round, and Allen Hurns (6/80/0) in the AFC title game. Agholor still ranks second behind Ertz in Foles targets (29), but has had a surprisingly quiet playoffs with just 7 targets.
This will have to change if the Eagles plan on moving the ball, but Agholor has been sick with the flu for the past few days. He received intravenous fluids Saturday and will play, but it doesn’t sound like he’ll be 100%.

02/04/18, 10:22 AM CST by Wheeler


Danny Amendola

New England Patriots

Danny Playoffs

The Eagles finished second worst this season in percentage of passing yards allowed coming after the catch. Philadelphia struggled on short and intermediate throws this season, specifically to the middle of the field, where they allowed the third-most yards per passing play in the league. Brady was a top-five player in passer rating on these types of tosses. Amendola's been a monster in this year's playoffs for New England, grabbing hold of 22 targets in just two contests, accounting for over 24% of New England's targets. He should continue to play a role on Super Bowl Sunday.

02/04/18, 10:20 AM CST by Wheeler


Rex Burkhead

New England Patriots

Rex Back

Despite being listed as questionable for Sunday’s AFC Championship game vs. Jaguars, it appears as though Patriots’ RB Rex Burkhead will play.
This will cut into the 13 targets Amendola saw last week.

01/20/18, 10:49 PM CST by Wheeler


Adam Thielen

Minnesota Vikings

Making The Wright Move?

Adam Thielen (back) is questionable for Sunday's NFC Championship game against the Eagles.
He's fully expected to play after limited practices the last two days. He probably won’t be 100 percent so if you’re putting in a line-up you might want to pivot to Diggs or save some money and drop down to Jarius Wright who grabbed three-of-six targets for 56 yards Sunday and has established himself as the number three WR in this offense.

01/20/18, 10:31 PM CST by Wheeler


Leonard Fournette

Jacksonville Jaguars

Ankle In Question Again

Fournette aggravated his ankle in the Divisional Round and was limited early in the week. He was left off the injury report for Sunday's AFC Championship game. Fournette saw a heavy workload last week getting 27 touches in Jacksonville's upset of the Steelers. T.J. Yeldon rushed five times for 20 yards and a touchdown and caught 3-of-3 targets for 57 yards. If you’re looking for a cheaper option I expect we see Yeldon to be used to keep Fournette from aggravating the injury early.

01/20/18, 10:23 PM CST by Wheeler


Tom Brady

New England Patriots

Give Him A Hand

Reports are that Tom Brady threw the ball "incredibly well" during Friday's practice. He is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship game against Jacksonville, but I don’t think there was any real doubt that he’d play. Keep in mind what D-Rex spoke about on the Pyro Podcast 303 andScott Barrett tweeted about Brady last week:
Weeks 1-10: 21.2 fantasy points per game, 110.9 passer rating
Weeks 11-17: 14.2 fantasy points per game, 87.3 passer rating
The hand injury on top of his achilles injury, as well as going against the Jags #1 rated pass defense could keep the Patriots attack grounded this week. Lewis is the obvious play, but if Burkhead (Q) comes back it could be he or White that steals the show.

01/20/18, 10:22 PM CST by Wheeler


Tom Brady

New England Patriots

Tom Still Terrific?

Tom Brady was first listed on the team's injury report with an Achilles injury heading in to Week 11.
Weeks 1-10: 21.2 fantasy points per game, 110.9 passer rating
Weeks 11-17: 14.2 fantasy points per game, 87.3 passer rating

Fantasy Goo: This should line up for a good week for Brady, Tennessee is 8th in fantasy points allowed to RB’s, but just below average against QB’s. The Patriots are 13 point favorites on Saturday Night, if Brady doesn’t do it at home in prime-time then something is wrong.

01/09/18, 07:30 PM CST by Wheeler


Alvin Kamara

New Orleans Saints

Primary Role Shifting

Saints have run 5 times at/inside opponent's 5-yard line over last 4 weeks (including playoffs):
Alvin Kamara 3 carries, Zach Line 1, Mark Ingram 1. Kamara was in on all 3 Saints run plays at/inside 5 vs. Panthers last week, including Line's 1-yard TD run.

Fantasy Goo: If you’re trying to decide between Kamara and Ingram for the playoff run, Kamara looks to be the much better play.

01/09/18, 07:20 PM CST by Wheeler


Week 2 - WR Player Rankings

Week 2 - WR Player Rankings

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1.               Calvin Johnson (vs KC) – Let’s see, how many reasons are there to have Megatron as my top receiver heading into Week Two… 1) He’s the most freakish WR in the game.  2) Matthew Stafford is currently healthy and looking like a stud.  3) The Chiefs just gave up four passing TDs to the Buffalo Bills.  4) The Chiefs best defensive back/player, Eric Berry, just went down for the season.  5) Calvin has scored a TD in every single home-opener of his career (five TDs in four games).  Anything else?


2.               Andre Johnson (@ Mia) – Besides the fact that Andre is probably the second freakiest wide receiver the NFL has to offer, the Miami defense just got destroyed for 517 yards passing by Tom Brady and the Patriots last weekend.  I‘m not saying that Houston will be able to keep up that kind of pace, but Andre will certainly do his part in keeping them pretty close.  Besides that, in four career games against the Dolphins, Andre has averaged 7.5 catches for 106.5 yards and 0.75 TDs.


3.               Mike Wallace (vs Sea) – Everyone on the Steelers should be getting into the fantasy scoring column this weekend against the Seahawks, and you can be sure Wallace’s numbers will be amongst the best of them.  His speed out there in the field is blinding and when combined with his strong 6’0”, 200-pound frame, he’s one tough cookie to stop.  Pittsburgh might take out a little Week One frustration here, and running up the score might be one way of doing it.


4.               Vincent Jackson (@ NE) – I don’t care how poor V-Jax’s numbers were in the Chargers first game, he’s going to light it up this Sunday.  If Chad Henne and the Dolphins can throw for over 400 yards against the Patriots, Philip Rivers has a chance to as well.  V-Jax has basically the same body frame as Brandon Marshall (6’5, 230-pounds compared to 6’4”, 230-pounds), so if Marshall can put up 139 yards against New England, so can V-Jax… only I think Jackson scores at least one TD here as well.


5.               Greg Jennings (@ Car) – Aaron Rodgers and the Packers passing game is pretty much unstoppable at this point with at least a good portion of that credit going out to Greg Jennings.  You can tell he is Rodgers’ favorite receiver by the fact that he not only got Jennings the most targets in Week One, but also made sure to get him the first touchdown of the season as well.  My guess is that Green Bay tries to go ahead real early against the Panthers to assure themselves a victory, which could mean some serious passing/scoring in the first half.  Jennings will be a nice part of that.


6.               DeSean Jackson (@ Atl) – After three years in the league, it looks like the Eagles might finally be looking to target DeSean Jackson on offense the way he should be.  Last week against the Rams, D-Jax caught six balls for 102 yards and one TD on 12 targets, the second most he’s seen in his career.  Though the increase may have partly been due to Philly’s fear that Jeremy Maclin wasn’t quite ready to play, it’s also possible that Jackson’s work in the off-season showed itself and got him open out on the field.  Indoors in Atlanta, the kid could be lethal this Sunday.


7.               Miles Austin (@ SF) – The Cowboys can’t afford to go 0-2 to start off the season, especially in a tough NFC East, so look for them to try and get a win in the best way they know how… through the air.  Even if they were 1-0 right now, they’d likely be tossing the ball around a bunch anyway due to the 49ers stingy rush D.  If Dez Bryant is still the slightest bit banged up, watch for Austin to go ballistic in this one as Romo targets him 10-15 times.


8.               Mike Williams – TB (@ Min) – Believe it or not, Mike Williams will have a better chance to do more damage if the Bucs rush the ball more against the Vikings as opposed to hitting the two-minute offense early in the game like they did last week.  Williams DID end up with four catches on 10 targets including a touchdown and 50 yards receiving, but his numbers will be way better than that if Tampa draws the defense in to defend against Blount.  The Bucs will do so to the delight of Williams’ fantasy owners.


9.               Larry Fitzgerald (@ Was) – Fitz can’t escape being a double-team target for opposing defenses, but if he’s lucky, the Redskins will try to shadow him with DeAngelo Hall all day long in single coverage.  If they do, Larry is going to eat him alive.  If not, Fitz will still get double-digit targets and likely have a pretty good game anyway.


10.           Santonio Holmes (vs Jax) – Santonio might end up a game-time decision this weekend, so make sure you check the news coming out of the Jets camp before inserting him into your starting lineup.  If he's scheduled to play, however, get him in there immediately.  Holmes was targeted 10 times on Sunday against the Cowboys which he turned into six catches for 70 yards.  Sanchez loves throwing to him and sooner rather than later, Holmes is going to break off a huge game.  Jacksonville’s pass D was one of the worst in the world last season and didn’t get a whole hell of a lot better in the off-season, so this could be the game he does it.


11.           Hakeem Nicks (vs StL) – Like the Cowboys, the Giants can’t afford to go 0-2 to start off the year in this tough NFC East division, so look for them to do whatever it takes to win this game.  Nicks is dealing with a bum knee right now, but if he can play, he’ll play, and he’ll go all out against a banged up Rams secondary.  The Giants will turn to the run quite a bit in this one which should draw the defense in.  If that happens, Nicks will exploit it and have a couple of gigantic plays in this game.  However, make sure you check the news out of New York before getting him in your starting lineup this Monday night.


12.           Anquan Boldin (@ Ten) – Finally, the ‘Quan we all love to see is back.  It took a year of getting in tune with Flacco, plus a little more speed in the offense and Vonta Leach leading the way for Ray Rice, but he’s back and here to stay.  Against a Tennessee secondary that was one of the worst in the league last year and just allowed Luke McCown to lead the Jags to a victory against them, Boldin should be able to carve ‘em up for a nice fantasy day.


13.           Santana Moss (vs Ari) – Going back to the beginning of last season, Moss looks to be as rejuvenated out there as any 30-year old receiver in the league.  Last week he had six catches for 76 yards on eight targets from Sexy Rexy, but I expect better than that against a piss-poor Arizona defense this weekend.  Feel comfortable with him as a solid WR2 play with upside this Sunday.


14.           Brandon Marshall (vs Hou) – Marshall was once dubbed “Baby T.O.”, and it looks like he’s beginning to resemble that nickname again.  Not in a bad way, but in the fact that he plays with a chip on his shoulder that no defender could possibly knock off.  139 yards on seven catches was a great way to start the 2011 season but more importantly, he ended up leading the league in targets after Week One with 13.  This game against the Texans could be another shootout, so it wouldn’t surprise me to see him leading the league after two weeks as well.  If Miami becomes the passing team it looks like they are becoming, watch out for Terrell Owens-type stats from Marshall this year.


15.           Steve Johnson (vs Oak) – The big question surrounding Stevie Johnson coming into the season was if he was a one-hit wonder or the real deal.  With 66 yards and yet another TD after putting up 10 last year, it looks like the question has been answered.  Oakland’s pass D won’t be nearly as good as they were last season, so I expect some nice numbers out of Johnson this weekend.


16.           Dez Bryant (@ SF) – Bryant looks like a world-beater out there when he’s healthy, but that’s a question with him heading into the second week of the season.  He should be fine, but in case he’s still hobbled a bit with that quad injury, I’m giving Miles Austin the higher ranking of the two this week.  However, you should still be comfortable with him in your starting lineup against a 49ers team the Cowboys will look to be passing against.  That said, make sure you check the newsbreakers on Dez before starting him this Sunday.


17.           Kenny Britt (vs Bal) – Alright, so this kid is a monster.  No doubt about it.  He’s a touchdown waiting to happen on any given play and can go get the ball with the best of them already.  Still, against a tough Ravens defense that might not give Hasselbeck much time to throw the ball, I have a tough time ranking him higher than this.  Like I said, though, Britt can give you the fantasy week you were looking for on any given play.


18.           Brandon Lloyd (vs Cin) – If Lloyd turns out to be injured and can’t play due to the groin strain he incurred last Monday night, then obviously knock him off your board.  However, if he’s in there, Orton clearly still loves him as his top receiving option and will give him every chance in the world to put up fantasy numbers.  He had 11 targets last weekend against Oakland and caught six balls for 89 yards, so he’s obviously still one of the more dangerous WRs in the game right now.


19.           Dwayne Bowe (@ Det) – Ignore what happened to the Chiefs both on offense and defense last weekend, or don’t.  Maybe they were exploited as an overachieving team, maybe they simply had a bad week.  Whatever the case, Dwayne Bowe is too good for any of the Lions defensive backs to monitor and I expect Matt Cassel to make sure the ball is in his hands a ton this weekend.  If not, it may be time to worry.


20.           Reggie Wayne (vs Cle) – The Colts may be awful this season, but it won’t be because of Reggie Wayne.  Last week, with Kerry Collins fumbling and bumbling around all day long, Reggie was still able to put up 106 yards and a TD on seven catches.  That’s how good he is.  Hopefully another week of practice gets this offense going, but even if it doesn’t (which it won’t), Wayne will still be Collins’ favorite target and have a chance to do some damage.


21.           Wes Welker (vs SD) – Wes Welker, you are disgusting!  Unreal how a man of your size, with the injuries you’ve had to go through, can still do what you did last Monday night against the Dolphins.  Simply unreal.  The Chargers, however, own possibly the best pass defense in the game, so I don’t expect you to repeat those numbers.  Then again, with Brady leading the way, I guess it’s possible.


22.           Roddy White (vs Phi) – I feel for ya Roddy.  Last weekend, White had to play on possibly the worst surface in the NFL against one of the stingier pass D’s in the league in Chicago.  This week he gets to face off against the team with possibly the greatest group of cornerbacks ever assembled in Philadelphia.  Well, at least he’s at home this time where he’ll be able to use his speed… just don’t expect too much.


23.           Jeremy Maclin (@ Atl) – Maclin says he’s fine and to be honest, he looked fine last Sunday.  However, he only saw three targets to DeSean Jackson’s 12 while making just one grab for 20 yards against the Rams.  That said, the Eagles coaching staff said they plan to get him the ball more this Sunday, and I believe them.  He’s one of the more gifted receivers in the game and should start to be used as such, especially indoors against a suspect Falcons pass D.


24.           Plaxico Burress (vs Jax) – Plaxico actually looks like he may be okay this year as a starting WR3 for fantasy teams.  His height is untouchable, obviously, but what’s more important is that Mark Sanchez seems unafraid to throw it to him targeting him nine times last Sunday night.  Against a porous Jaguars D, he might be able to repeat his four-catch, 72-yard and one TD performance.


25.           Jordy Nelson (@ Car) – Wow is it fun watching a kid break out in the NFL, which is exactly what I was doing last Thursday night when Nelson put up six catches for 77 yards and a TD against the Saints.  It’s not the numbers, though, that impressed me.  It was the ease with which it seemed he was beating coverage and the consistency he displayed throughout the night.  If he really is as good as he looks, then opposing #2 cornerbacks don’t stand a chance against him going forward.  Nelson looks like he will be Aaron Rodgers’ go-to WR2 from here on out starting this weekend in Carolina, so pick him up or get him in there if you can.


26.           Percy Harvin (vs TB) – Harvin is clearly one of the most electric players in the game, as he showed by taking the opening kickoff 100+ yards to the house last weekend.  However, Donovan McNabb has to do a better job at getting him the ball, and I don’t mean by handing it off to him four times as opposed to completing just two passes to him.  My guess is that Harvin’s poor outing had more to do with the Chargers stifling pass D than anything else, so give him another shot at home in the dome as a WR3 against a much lesser Bucs D this weekend.


27.           Mario Manningham (vs StL) – I still believe Manningham will be a nice starting fantasy receiver this year, but he didn’t show me all that much in Week One.  Scratch that; Eli Manning and the Giants offense in general didn’t show me that much last weekend.  I DO, however, believe they will turn it around, and it could start this weekend against the Rams.  St. Louis has a beaten up secondary at the moment and with the Giants playing at home in New York on Monday night, you can bet the sparks will be flying everywhere.  Also, if Hakeem Nicks ends up sitting this one out, Mario will be Eli’s clear-cut WR1 for the week.


28.           A.J. Green (@ Den) – A.J. was pretty well blanketed by the Browns Joe Haden last weekend and didn’t make a single catch until a 41-yard TD in the fourth quarter.  Even then, the catch was made with nobody guarding him as the Browns weren’t even ready for the snap.  Despite the poor debut, Green still has more talent than most in the league and could bust out at any moment.  It might not be against Champ Bailey and the Broncos this weekend, but if Denver takes Champ off him at any time, watch out folks.


29.           Johnny Knox (@ NO) – It never should have taken this long for Knox to get into the starting lineup, but a whole week of the season has passed and he’s just now getting the chance.  I of course say this with a touch of sarcasm, but not much.  Roy E. Williams (groin) came up lame towards the end of the Bears win last weekend and might not be able to play this weekend, so Knox will get the chance to prove to Martz and Co. that he should have started for the Bears all along.  Indoors in New Orleans, Knox should be able to use his all-world speed to do some fantasy damage in Week Two.  Take a chance with him as a WR3 with major upside.


30.           Mike Sims-Walker (@ NYG) – With Danny Amendola out this weekend and RB Steven Jackson riding the sideline as well, someone will have to step up for the Rams this Monday night.  My call is Mike Sims-Walker.  The Giants secondary is basically patchwork at this point so someone on the Rams is going to exploit the problem-area.  It could be Brandon Gibson, but my money is on the guy with all the talent and size in the world.




Rounding out the Top-60...


31.           Lance Moore (vs Chi) – If Healthy, which it looks like he is


32.           Julio Jones (vs Phi)


33.           Davone Bess (vs Hou) 

34.           Nate Burleson (vs KC)


35.           Antonio Brown (vs Sea)


36.           Steve Smith – Car (vs GB)


37.           Robert Meachem (vs Chi)


38.           Jacoby Jones (@ Mia)


39.           Lee Evans (@ Ten) – If Healthy, which it looks like he is


40.           Deion Branch (vs SD)


41.           Hines Ward (vs Sea)


42.           Malcom Floyd (@ NE)


43.           Anthony Armstrong (vs Ari)


44.           Devery Henderson (vs Chi)


45.           Brandon Gibson (@ NYG)


46.           Braylon Edwards (vs Dal)


47.           Jabar Gaffney (vs Ari)


48.           Donald Driver (@ Car)


49.           Emmanuel Sanders (vs Sea)


50.           Pierre Garcon (vs Cle)


51.           Devin Hester (@ NO)


52.           Mohamed Massaquoi (@ Ind)


53.           Mike Thomas (@ NYJ)


54.           Andre Roberts (@ Was)


55.           Nate Washington (vs Bal)


56.           Early Doucet (@ Was)


57.           Arrelious Benn (@ Min)


58.           Denarius Moore (@ Buf)


59.           Donald Jones (vs Oak)


60.           Austin Collie (vs Cle)



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