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This years Josh Gordon

BleedGr33nBleedGr33n Posts: 215Member

an no i do not mean who is next to get busted for the Doja. Who are your favorites to be this years josh Gordon or Alshon Jeffery?(List WR
Only) These types of pickups win leagues!

For me its Cordarelle Patterson. I swooped him in both my leagues in the 5th & 6th round. This dudes speed and shakes are ridiculous, its just whether or not hes going to get targets and run clean routes. Worst case Im hoping for solid #2 WR fantasy numbers but im reaching for 1200+ yards and double digit TD's. I also LOVE the fact that Norv turner contributed to Gordons mind blowing season and hes now in Minnesota with my boy Cordarelle. Can he be a top 10 receiver and make the leap to MUST own? Im crossing my fingers. Feel free to list feed back and your breakout WR hopefuls......or laugh at my above statements ;)

Comments

  • Texas_Two_StepTexas_Two_Step Posts: 465Member, Expert Writers ✭✭

    Mike Floyd is on my list to have a great season. Maybe not 1,646 receiving yards great, but still be a WR1.

  • BleedGr33nBleedGr33n Posts: 215Member

    hes on my list as well, i have him in one of my league. I feel like i have a good chance of hitting on either him or patterson. i cant believe how high some people are taking Fitz, Flloyd is def the guy in AZ.

  • devil_docdevil_doc Posts: 189Member, Community Writers

    I'd have to agree with @Texas_Two_Step‌ with Floyd. The other guy I like who may be under the radar, DeAndre Hopkins. I think he takes over the WR1 role in Houston this year, and make a huge step forward this year similar to what Floyd did last year. This Houston team is bad, and can see them throwing the ball a lot more this year.

  • slowkidzslowkidz Posts: 14Member

    I'm leaning towards Brian Quick. It's his 3rd year (WRs lucky year?), he has the skills but lacked the mental capacity. He's grown up a little bit, as noticed in camps and preseason. I see Hill taking advantage of the guy's speed downfield, which Bradford wasn't great at doing. With Britt and Austin taking defenses away from Quick, he will be primed to step up big. He only needs to prove it to himself he can play at that level.

  • habslivehabslive Posts: 128Member

    Can I put Harvin in this category?
    If not, then TY Hilton

  • Texas_Two_StepTexas_Two_Step Posts: 465Member, Expert Writers ✭✭

    T.Y. is a playmaker, but he drops too many passes and Luck's offensive line is terrible. Harvin is hard to put in that category because he has never proven to stay healthy with any significant workload.

  • indeedindeed Posts: 845Member ✭✭

    Tough to be another Josh Gordon. But guys that can take huge leaps are definitely Patterson, Floyd and Hopkins all listed above. I also like Torrey Smith and Hunter to take big steps forward. The rookie that could really pop this year if Maclin goes down is Matthews. Obviously Cooks looks great but his ADP is getting too rich. The rest of the guys listed are great values at their ADP.

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