NFL Fantasy Football 2011: Are Rookie WRs Worth Drafting?

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NFL Fantasy Football 2011: Are Rookie WRs Worth Drafting?
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A.J. Green was selected fourth by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2011 NFL Draft.

Each NFL season, fantasy football owners face a quandary when it comes to drafting rookie wide receivers. While most agree that NCAA greatness does not always translate to NFL success, it is easy to be mesmerized by bowl highlights, college numbers and 40-yard dash times—just ask the Oakland Raiders.

How much production can a fantasy owner expect from a rookie wide out? A review of a decade's worth of fantasy football statistics tells the story.

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