The NFL is a passing league. So in fantasy football, you can typically find a deeper pool of quality receivers than you can guys who play other positions. This upcoming season should give us more of the same, but finding the right player may be more difficult this season than in previous years. This year we find a good chunk of our usual top ten in somewhat sketchy situations. Randy Moss is another year older. Brandon Marshall is in a totally new city. Calvin Johnson is the only receiving option for an unproven second year QB. Who knows when or where Vincent Jackson will play again? Even the mighty Larry Fitzgerald could be in fantasy trouble with hot tub all-star Matt Leinart under center, and no Anquan Boldin on the other side to draw defenders. But this is the NFL. Teams are going to throw, and throw a lot. Just be sure you draft the receivers who get thrown to. I’ve ranked my top twenty-five for the 2010 season. Remember that all of my rankings reflect a PPR (Point per reception) scoring system.
He may be the very best in the game today. Usually guys playing in a familiar system have a considerable advantage over players with new surroundings. It’s just back to work for Andre.
He can play. And the overabundance of sailing balls in Indy doesn’t hurt.