gablefan wrote:I would say Henderson would be a deep threat kind of guy and Colston would be the possession/ big play guy.
I would agree with this statement. If anything, I think you should look at the past model of Joe Horn and Donte Stallworth when thinking about the roles of Colston and Devery Henderson.
Joe Horn was always the guy you went to when you needed a first down, but he also made a lot of big plays for TDs. Colston could slip into that role.
Stallworth was a deep threat, but he was not very reliable - making drops in key situations. He was effective at stretching the field, and he would have big games every once in a while (just enough to keep the offseason sleeper talk alive), but he was nto consistent in the least bit. Devery has had problems catching the ball at time, but he has good size and very good speed, so he will really add a vertical dimension to the offense.
So my expectations for Henderson (should Joe Horn miss significant time) are that he will have a few big games, but he will also disappear at times. You may be able to play matchups with him, but I think most of his value lies in dynasty leagues, with the possibility that Joe Horn may retire this offseason or next.