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Re: A Johnson

Postby chipper » Mon Nov 19, 2007 8:43 pm

AllDay wrote:
FatFoot wrote:Those are WR1 numbers, homey.


They could be - AJ is probably one of those guys who is a borderline WR1/WR2 in fantasy football. I don't think he has clearly established himself as a top 10/12 type WR.

I would expect more objections over calling him a WR1 in fantasy than a WR2.

I'd say a guy like Lee Evans is a borderline WR1/WR2, whereas Andre Johnson is at the VERY LEAST a low tier #1 WR every week due to a more consistent situation around him.

He was a top 3 WR before he got hurt, and doesn't appear to be limited from how he looked.
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Re: A Johnson

Postby FatFoot » Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:44 pm

No, 120 and a TD are numbers you hope for from a WR1. Thus "those are WR1 numbers." That's the point. And if he is consistent while healthy/doesn't get hurt again this year, the guy is going to be a sought after WR1 next year.
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Re: A Johnson

Postby u_fig_eater » Tue Nov 20, 2007 12:28 am

AllDay wrote:
FatFoot wrote:Those are WR1 numbers, homey.


They could be - AJ is probably one of those guys who is a borderline WR1/WR2 in fantasy football. I don't think he has clearly established himself as a top 10/12 type WR.

I would expect more objections over calling him a WR1 in fantasy than a WR2.


120 ypg, 1 TD/game translates to 1,920 yards and 16 TD's in a season.... Hardly #2 numbers.
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Re: A Johnson

Postby AllDay » Tue Nov 20, 2007 1:04 am

....and after 3 games Kevin Curtis was averaging 100 yards and a TD, so I guess he was a definite #1 WR going into week 4.

I'm sure that assessment worked out wonderfully for his owners.
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Re: A Johnson

Postby codered7 » Tue Nov 20, 2007 1:13 am

my boiiiiiiiii. elite wide. finish big, then next yr will accumulate the #s.
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Re: A Johnson

Postby FatFoot » Tue Nov 20, 2007 1:42 am

AllDay wrote:....and after 3 games Kevin Curtis was averaging 100 yards and a TD, so I guess he was a definite #1 WR going into week 4.

I'm sure that assessment worked out wonderfully for his owners.


Wow, you have certainly proven me wrong, and I will do my best to figure out how to drop AJ from my team, as he's certain to fail to put up WR1 numbers the rest of the way.
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Re: A Johnson

Postby chipper » Tue Nov 20, 2007 1:46 am

LOL, how can this guy be comparing Kevin Curtis and Andre Johnson.
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