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    A team-by-team look at receivers

    [size=13pt]A team-by-team look at receivers [/size]

    By Michael Fabiano
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    Running backs are considered the most vital position in fantasy football, but the increase in effective pass attacks around the NFL has made the wide-receiver and tight-end positions that much more valuable in recent seasons...






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    Re: A team-by-team look at receivers

    Oh man...I have faith, but on paper we are SO unproven.

    I think we'll have an average receiving corps this year. If Williamson is back on track, our WR's as a group will be a 6.5 out of 10.

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    Re: A team-by-team look at receivers

    "baumy300" wrote:
    Oh man...I have faith, but on paper we are SO unproven.

    I think we'll have an average receiving corps this year. If Williamson is back on track, our WR's as a group will be a 6.5 out of 10.
    I'm with ya man.
    On paper it looks pretty bleak.
    That is why I don't get to upset over prognosticators/analysts assesments.

    Hopefully our new WR coach will earn his money and turn these guys into something special, Naysayers be damned
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    Re: A team-by-team look at receivers

    Visanthe Shiancoe will replace Jermaine Wiggins as the team's top tight end, but he is more of a blocker and will warrant little to no attention in most drafts.
    No.
    Shiancoe is a good blocker but he has potential to be a versatile receiving threat.
    He played reciever in High School and has the skills.
    Sounds like Chili's KAO is going to use him as a reciever.


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    Re: A team-by-team look at receivers

    to remain optomistic is easy now in reality I would love nothing more to see a solid receiving corp emerge and it honestly looks like it could be that way.
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