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Mike Thomas, WR Jaguars - Average Draft Position 89
Thomas is Jacksonville's No. 1 wideout. While this doesn't mean he will produce monster numbers it does say two things.
- He will be on the field for the majority of passing downs.
- The coaching staff believes he is ready.
- IDP is just about right, if he falls past 105 you need to make a move if you need WR depth.
Roy Helu, RB Redskins - Average Draft Position 108
Helu comes from a 1 cut offense in college. Head Coach Mike Shanahan loves 1 cut backs. We don't know how the backfield is going to pan out but Helu is a strong late-round gamble.
Jordy Nelson, WR Packers - Average Draft Position 109
I'm a firm believer in picking players that show up big in the playoffs and Super Bowl, especially in a contract year; say hello to Jordy Nelson. Just a gut feeling but Finley is coming off ACL surgery and Driver is farting dust, all signs point to Nelson especially as the season progresses.
Jay Cutler, QB Bears - Average Draft Position 112
I can't see the offensive line doing as bad as they did last year and Da Bears took a step toward improving the line by spending a first-round pick on Gabe Carimi. Da Bears also added Roy Williams, a solid possession receiver that will indeed be a strong red zone threat. Look for a bounce back year and decent QB2 value especially in deeper leagues.
Rashad Jennings, RB Jacksonville - Average Draft Position 125
MJD is as tough as nails however he jacked up his knee playing on it hurt all year.. wtf was he thinking? MJD is taking is very easy in camp and honestly I don't trust repaired bone-to-bone knee surgeries. Jennings could very well end up starting this year, which makes him a nice late round gamble or must have handcuff.
Robert Meachem, WR New Orleans - Average Draft Position 135
I would not be surprised to see Meachem starting opposite Colston. Colston's knee issue is already forcing him to miss playing time so Meachem has a chance to step up. With an Average Draft Position of 135 draft with confidence!! Forget not in 2009 Meachem caught 9 touchdown passes and showed his true potential.
Delone Carter, RB Colts - Average Draft Position 131
He runs much faster than his size at 5’9? / 224 would dictate, putting up forty times of 4.4 and 4.5 at the Syracuse Pro Day., when drafted the Indianapolis Star reported that the team is hoping Carter can solve their “persistent short-yardage problems.” I view Carter as Solid high risk high reward type guy in TD only leagues.
Dustin Keller, TE Jets - Average Draft Position 147
- Keller was the sixth most targeted tight end last year.
- He finished around the 9th highest scoring TE in standard leagues and 13th highest in my PPR league.
- The Jets picked up offensive consultant Tom Moore, who used to work in Indy and helped Dallas Clark's excel as well as Jacob Tammy.
- With an Average Draft Position of 147 Keller is an absolute steal especially in PPR leagues.
Nate Burleson, WR Detroit - Average Draft Position 175
Nate started out last year with a high ankle sprain and ended the season with a bad hammy. But between these injuries (about week 5 thru 11) he was a good fantasy option scoring TD's in almost every game and catching 5 to 7 balls for about a 90 yard average. Titus Young has been injured most of camp and rookie WR's are not usually an impact, I'm not worried about Young dipping into Nate's overall fantasy value. And with Mathew Stafford looking better than expected Nate's sleeper / undervalued arrow is pointing really high for me.