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There will cause for more celebration against a poor Miami pass defense.
Believe it or not, I was searching the Internet for information on Demaryius Thomas in Week 4 when I came across a sports forum where fantasy owners were commenting on the emergence of Jon Baldwin.
I immediately searched for highlights of Kansas City's first 2011 overall pick and fell in love with his athletic ability, speed and size.
What sets Baldwin apart from his draft class is not just his rare combination of speed and size, but his leaping ability. He boasts a 42-inch vertical that he is not scared to display during games. He will, and has leaped at balls making receptions at their highest peak, thus decreasing any cornerback's chances of deflecting it.
So when the Chief's made the announcement that he would see playing time against the Raiders I watched and was astonished by how many targets Cassell gave him, and I wasn't discouraged when he only hauled in one catch for 14 yards. I suggested people watch-list him the following week and claimed him off waiver's.
Needless to say I was very happy with his production Monday night against the Chargers and with the Chief's focus on getting him the ball.
This week the matchup is ultra favorable against the 27th-ranked pass defense of Miami's. I would and am starting Baldwin over: Pierre Garcon, Jordy Nelson, Julio Jones, Antonio Brown, Sidney Rice and Torrey Smith.