bballplayapg1124 wrote:10 man standard scoring league .. non-ppr
Put in order of who you would want from first to last... and explain why.
This is a bit tough but here goes
GregJennings...Donald Driver is really his only comp. James Jones might make a little noise but not enough to keep Jennings from staying where he is or getting to AJ's/Fitz level. Rodgers is gonna keep getting better and keep looking for Greg in the red zone. (9tds last yr and 12 the year before in only 13 games.)
Reggie Wayne...I'd take him second because last year was the norm for him. 80+ catches close to 1200 yds and 6-9 tds. 2007 was a year he might never have again. 104 rec, 1500yds 10 tds. Manning has more red zone options than Aaron Rodgers which gives Jennings the edge over Wayne.
Marques Colston...if this guy stays healthy he could go to the top of this list. The question is will he? Brees will be hoping so. At 6'4" he's a great red zone target but not quite as safe as Wayne and Jennings.
Steve Smith...just turned 30 and has a lot of miles on those tires. He's coming off a great yardage year but he'll start playing like he's 5' 9" more sooner than later imo. He has not played 16 games in a season since 05-06. Delhomme hasn't thrown over 20 tds since 05-06.
Anquan Boldin..I don't think there's ever been a WR2 that puts up the #s that this guy does. He's just good and is in an offense where they seem to pass first run 2nd.
Dwayne Bowe...lots of upside but will getting double and triple teamed lower his performance. I think he'll run a lot of slants this year and be good if he gets help from Mark Bradley.
Roddy White..With the arrival of Gonzo, I think his #s will go down. I don't see them going up from 1300 and 7tds but I've been wrong before.