danielgreen091 wrote:How would you rank these WR's in a PPR dynasty league?
T. Ginn Jr.
I know Bryant scored a bunch last year, but a new QB/potential rookie QB is hazardous to WR scoring.... I like Berrian the best of this group, he has proven he can be a dangerous weapon, and with Rosenfels he should see some more balls thrown his way.
I'm not getting everyone harping on Bryant and his QB situation so much, do you know how long it's been since Brian Griese has been considered a good QB? Somehow when he stepped in Bryant continued to put up monster numbers, Garcia was a new QB at the beginning of the year also, hell he came off the streets and put up pro bowl numbers without even getting a full off-season under his belt.
He's by far more talented then anyone on this list to me, Berrian is a deep-threat but he's a one trick pony, not to say he's not valuable but he's certainly not a complete WR and he won't ever take over a game that way Bryant has and can...McNown at QB is no worse then the rotation of Garcia and Griese last year, and when your as talented as Bryant has always been, he's gonna perform no matter who is chucking him the ball, two of his 100 yard games last year when Griese was at QB.
I just don't see why a guy posting a season of 1200 yards, 7 TD's, after not playing football for the entire year previously, and having two QB's well past their prime rotate at QB, would get knocked back further this year because people think the QB situation is a mess, I just don't see it.
Berrian does have upside, but they drafted a player very similiar who could become a huge part of their offensive plans along with AD, Bryant is still that teams #1 WR and #1 play-maker even with Winslow there.
1. Antonio Bryant - For reasons above
2. Steve Breaston - Most upside of people left, he should be the future #2 alongside Fitz, but will produce as a #3 either way.
3. Bernard Berrian - Coming off a good season, but I don't favor deep-threats, they are too inconsistent, rely on one route for big plays and production, and when it's not there they don't produce very much. One trick pony.
4. Lance Moore - System player, but he's still in a good system with a great QB, I prefer talent over situation more times then none personally, and he needs to stay in NO to have his shot...If his injury is serious, Meachem could take his shine very easily, I would of sold high on him already.
5. La. Coles - Think he will lead Cincy in receiving this year, but he doesn't have but a few good years left.
6. Tedd Ginn - He'll be an ok real life WR when Miami gets someone opposite him, but he'll never be worth starting in fantasy leagues week to week.