mnheadliner wrote:Ok.....now that it seems like the Ricky retirement shock is wearing out I figured I'd throw this out.
TD’s = 6 pts. each
Each 25 yards of Total Yards Receiving = 1 pt.
I made predictions for the WR's and given the above critera for my league I present to you my top 15 WR's and how many points they were awarded after their projected stats were givin a point value off of the above criteria. Some of you may have looked at "My top 13 QB's" and "My top 18 RB's and were surprised....it'll be interesting what kind of response this list gets.
1. Randy Moss (166 pts)
2. Harrison (126 pts)
3. Owens (123 pts.)
4. Chad Johnson (112 pts)
5. Holt (110 pts)
6. Boldin (98 pts)
7. Horn (96 pts)
8. Ward (96 pts)
9. K. Robinson (96 pts)
10. Steve Smith (96 pts)
11. Sanatana Moss (94 pts)
12. Javon Walker (91 pts)
13. Coles (90 pts)
14. Tony Gonzalez (90 pts) (TE's are lumped in with WR's in my leagues)
15. Darrell Jackson (90 pts)
Feel free to call me an idiot or a genius or something inbetween! What do you think? I'll be in an out the rest of the evening (wonders if a Minn. Twins game is on TV tonight....hmmmm)
I'm not a huge fan of those rankings mate. In my humble opinion, Chad Johnson, Anquan Bolidin and Koren Robinson are too high. Hines Ward and Laveraneous Coles are too low I think.
WR rankings are seriously tough to predict this year. I mean I thought that Moss, Harrison and Holt were the consesus top 3 but you got Holt down at 5! See what i mean. WR is a pretty inconsistent position in terms of production once you get out of the top few who knows whats gonna happen.
Apart from those points i made earlier, sure your rankings could prove to be right. Its too hard to call.