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  • Brandon 8:11 pm on June 25, 2008 Permalink
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    2008 Tight End Power Rankings 

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    Here are your power rankings for the tight end position this season. If you don’t pull one of the top guys on the list, make sure you don’t rush into any rash decisions to fill the spot. I expect that we’ll see some pretty solid stats from some of the second and third tier guys on this list…guys you can get pretty late in the draft. (More …)

     
  • Brandon 8:58 pm on June 24, 2008 Permalink
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    2008 Wide Receiver Power Rankings 

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    Here are your wide receiver power rankings for the 2008-09 fantasy football season…
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    • Ken 1:01 pm on June 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Ranking Roddy White ahead of Santonio Holmes and even Dwayne Bowe is criminal.

      ATL has no QB and will be pounding the rock with Turner and OC Mularkey.

      Please bump Roddy down to the mid-30s where he belongs. I’d even take Anthony Gonzales over him this year.

    • Brandon 2:20 pm on June 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Ken, with NO quarterback last year (i.e. Joey Harrington, Byron Leftwich and Chris Redman), Roddy White still piled up the stats. Are you saying that he’ll be that much less productive this year with a new quarterback at the helm? His position on the list may change as we get closer to the season start, but I don’t agree with your argument that White will be a lot worse than he was last year.

    • Doc's Sports Power Rankings Guy 3:29 pm on June 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I would have to agree about the White-Bowe situation. I think Dwayne is an absolute animal and is going to have a big year. Roddy just still has too many drops and too many games where he doesn’t show up.

      Also, I think it’s interesting that a lot of the Top 15 guys are pretty injury prone. I mean, it is football. But in terms of fantasy you like to think that your top-tier wideouts are going to be much more reliable than your RB’s and just under your QB’s in terms of health (not production). That doesn’t seem to be the case though.

    • Brandon 11:46 am on July 1, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      After some consideration, I took some suggestions and moved D-Bowe up a few spots, so he is now above Roddy White. Bowe, White and Holmes are pretty much interchangeable at this point though and all make solid WR2 or WR3 plays.

    • Kevin 5:09 pm on August 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Re: Smith, part of me says he’s going to go off when he gets his chance in game 3 vs. MN; part of me says Delhomme is going to ignore him for a game in support of Lucas and being a team player. Your thoughts? I dropped him to 15. Fast Feet FFB (585-627-4153)the service you dial on your cell phone before and during the draft only dropped him to 9 as of their 8/3 updates.

    • Advisor 4:44 pm on August 8, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Glad you’re not the Panthers QB Kevin. What player in his right mind would ignore a player the caliber of Steve Smith. He’s already getting punished 2 games, it would be asinine to continue it in game 3.

      Smith- 8 rec. 137 yds 1 TD when he returns in game 3, must be crazy.

    • Advisor 11:38 pm on August 20, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      DeSean Jackson is now in play!

    • Brandon 11:45 pm on August 20, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      @Advisor: Most definitely…he broke into the rankings tonight with Curtis’ surgery news, so we’ll see if he can move up any further from the 45 spot as the preseason moves on.

    • advisor 12:26 pm on December 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Steve Smith is the best WR in the National Football League… Why you ask, well because of how he plays in big games. When all the chips are in, when its all on the line he always shows up. Dating back to his playoff heriocs in 2003 and then his clutch play last night to lead his team to 10-3 and the division lead.

      BIG players make BIG plays in BIG games!!! All this and the guy is only 5’9 185 lbs.. But wait until the playoffs, it will get even better then.

      Date of post- 12/09/2008 – 11:26 am.

      I’ll be back.

    • Brandon 12:29 pm on December 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I gotta give props to Steve Smith, who just barely led me to victory last night and I was able to defeat my opponent by just over 1 point! I also have to thank Antonio Bryant for his insanity as he allowed Steve Smith to blow up (in another league) on another team’s roster and have no affect on the outcome of my game in that league.

    • advisor 12:31 pm on December 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Oh and Brandon, looks like you were right about Roddy White all along… Go with your insticts, don’t change for the nay sayers.. I must admit, I too doubted Roddy White’s ability but with Matt Ryan at the helm he’s unstoppable.

    • Elliott Eckert 7:48 pm on February 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      personally i think that the best receiver in the nfl today would have to be Andre johnson for the hustan Texans. the only reason that he is not recognized is because he is on a really sucky team. but he is the best . the second would have to be larry Fitzgerald or Steve smith.

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