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2010 stats: 43 receptions for 562 yards and 7 touchdowns
2011 ranking: 52nd
Sims-Walker, 26, seems to be nearing his prime. He's also going into a good situation in St. Louis.
There is no doubt in my mind that Sam Bradford is an upgrade over David Garrard. Bradford showed last season that he is a legitimate starting quarterback.
When Mark Clayton was healthy last season, Bradford fed him the ball a lot. Clayton grabbed 23 balls for 306 yards and 2 touchdowns. Nearly all of that was in only four full games, with just one catch for six yards coming in Clayton's fifth and final game of the season. Clayton did very well as the number one receiver in a short amount of time.
Sims-Walker will walk onto the Rams and will be the number one receiver. Who else will the Rams trot out over him? Laurent Robinson? Brandon Gibson? No.
Sam Bradford threw the ball the third most times amongst starting quarterbacks in 2010. Bradford will also benefit from having a No. 1 receiver in Sims-Walker.
Look for Sims-Walker to perform like a top 25 receiver, or even better. If you can get Sims-Walker as a number four receiver, that will be gold.