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Logical
08-24-2007, 06:58 PM
Assume

1 point per catch
6 points per TD
1 point for 20 yards of receiving

Just curious what the Planet thinks.

noa
08-24-2007, 07:04 PM
IMO

Marvin Harrison
Steve Smith
Chad Johnson
Torry Holt
Reggie Wayne
Larry Fitzgerald
Roy Williams
Terrell Owens
Donald Driver
Andre Johnson

DaKCMan AP
08-24-2007, 07:05 PM
1. Samie Parker
2. Bobby Sippio

the rest don't matter

Nzoner
08-24-2007, 07:05 PM
I'll go with the top 5 I like best and also add 5 I think have a great shot at being in the tops

TO
Chad Johnson
Roy Williams
Reggie wayne
Marvin Harrison




Poised for a great year

Kevin Curtis
Vincent Jackson
Santonio Holmes
Greg Jennings
Calvin Johnson

DaKCMan AP
08-24-2007, 07:08 PM
IMO

Marvin Harrison
Steve Smith
Chad Johnson
Torry Holt
Reggie Wayne
Larry Fitzgerald
Roy Williams
Terrell Owens
Donald Driver
Andre Johnson

I might swap Boldin for Fitz and Javon Walker or Lav Coles over Roy Williams

Logical
08-24-2007, 07:08 PM
I'll go with the top 5 I like best and also add 5 I think have a great shot at being in the tops

TO
Chad Johnson
Roy Williams
Reggie wayne
Marvin Harrison




Poised for a great year

Kevin Curtis
Vincent Jackson
Santonio Holmes
Greg Jennings
Calvin Johnson

The poised for a great year aspect is really an interesting perspective. Thanks

DaKCMan AP
08-24-2007, 07:09 PM
Poised for a great year

Kevin Curtis
Vincent Jackson
Santonio Holmes
Greg Jennings
Calvin Johnson

I agree with Curtis, Jennings and maybe Holmes. I also think Devery Henderson will have a solid year.

Nzoner
08-24-2007, 07:10 PM
The poised for a great year aspect is really an interesting perspective. Thanks

No problem,my first draft is tomorrow in the gameroom,I sure hope none of the rest of the league is on here tonight.

noa
08-24-2007, 07:12 PM
I might swap Boldin for Fitz and Javon Walker or Lav Coles over Roy Williams

I think Roy Wiliams is going to put up big numbers because Calvin Johnson should open things up, but they'll still target Williams as the #1 option. But I definitely had a hard time choosing between him and Javon Walker. I think they are both in great situations this season. Not so sure about Lav Coles, though.

Nzoner
08-24-2007, 07:13 PM
I also think Devery Henderson will have a solid year.

David Patten looked good last night as well 75 and 1 and since one of my leagues requires we carry 6 wr's I might take a late round gamble on him.

DaKCMan AP
08-24-2007, 07:14 PM
I think Roy Wiliams is going to put up big numbers because of Calvin Johnson should open things up, but they'll still target Williams as the #1 option. But I definitely had a hard time choosing between him and Javon Walker. I think they are both in great situations this season. Not so sure about Lav Coles, though.

The J-E-T-S should have an improved run game over last year's monstrosity, which will help open up the passing game. JMO.

Nzoner
08-24-2007, 07:26 PM
On the subject of receivers it sounds as though David Boston has made it to the top of the depth chart for the Bucs although the dumbass got arrested for a DUI last night which according to the Bucs should't stick.

Combine Boston's ability with Garcia and add Gruden's history with qb's and I personally think this might be something to keep an eye on especially if you're draft is still a week or so away.

noa
08-24-2007, 07:55 PM
On the subject of receivers it sounds as though David Boston has made it to the top of the depth chart for the Bucs although the dumbass got arrested for a DUI last night which according to the Bucs should't stick.

Combine Boston's ability with Garcia and add Gruden's history with qb's and I personally think this might be something to keep an eye on especially if you're draft is still a week or so away.

I've been hearing that Maurice Stovall would be a good late-round sleeper pick because he's likely to be #2 in TB.

Nzoner
08-24-2007, 08:01 PM
I've been hearing that Maurice Stovall would be a good late-round sleeper pick because he's likely to be #2 in TB.


I got my info here so we'll see how this DUI thing pans out

David Boston: Starting Bucs WR!
David Boston, WR TB
News: David Boston is making the most of his latest bid to revive a once-promising NFL career. The 29-year-old was one of the league's best young receivers, but two knee operations and suspensions derailed the emerging star during subsequent stops in San Diego and Miami. Now, he's in training camp with the Buccaneers for the second straight summer and has a good chance to not only make the team, but wind up as the starting flanker. "He might be our best receiver at times out here," coach Jon Gruden said. "The son of a gun is 235 pounds, and when he catches that ball going north and south, he's going to be a force to be reckoned with. He's doing a heck of a job."
Analysis: Boston has reached the top of the Bucs' depth chart and is in the driver's seat to start over Michael Clayton, Ike Hilliard and Maurice Stovall. He's now officially worth a late-round pick in all Fantasy leagues. Definitely keep an eye on him throughout the preseason.