murphysxm wrote:Basing on redraft PPR
Brandon Lafell - He's #1 by a bunch to me
Jonathan Baldwin - Think he takes a big step
Justin Blackmon- All about how much Gabbart limits him
Agree with LaFell - great run game and use of TEs will draw coverage closer to the box. With Smith drawing attention on one side LaFell will see a lot of single coverage. He has the athleticism to beat a corner one on one, and Newton actually has an arm.
Question Baldwin primarily because of QB play and he's bound to take a swing at a ref at some point. But the talent is obviously there.
Blackmon is the best WR in Jacksonville.
Jeffrey has a lot of the same appeal LaFell has -- solid QB, great run game, and great WR opposite him. But as a rookie I expect a little slower growth curve.
Randle - if (when?) Nicks goes down again, Randle could climb this list.