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There's no doubt that Ochocinco has become a fantasy disappointment over the past couple years, being drafted as a No. 1 and performing like a backup.
But if one agrees that Palmer has a chance to return to Pro Bowl form than it is safe to say that in order to do that, the artist formerly known as Chad Johnson must put forth an effort that is at least worthy of being a No. 2 fantasy WR.
Ochocinco however can be acquired in drafts as late as the sixth or seventh round, possibly being slotted in as a No. 3. This is good value for Johnson, and a great risk/reward situation. You don't risk much but you could possibly get a fantasy stud.
Chris Henry, someone who goes VERY LATE in drafts could take the place of TJ Houshmandzadah, who fled to Seattle, and become a valuable No. 2 fantasy WR as well.
When you think about the fact that you don't even have to waste a top ten pick on him it might be worth snagging him as soon as the 11th. Even though Henry is probably the WR with higher upside, Laveranues Coles could also get 10 TDs this year, as he has always been a possession WR and a solid fantasy performer.
If you can get Chad in rounds six through eight, Henry in rounds 10-11 or Coles in 11-13 you have a chance to put together a really solid squad of fantasy WRs.