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Matt Schaub had a few good years. You could hardly label those years dominant. Since Schaub and before Schaub it has been one also ran after also ran taking the helm of the Houston offense. Always to the detriment of one of the greatest receivers in NFL history. One of the most talented anyway.JohnsonColts

Now, at the age of 34, Andre finds himself as a big target in the eyes of fantasy football’s top signal caller. Andre is dismissed because of his age. This is a mistake many will make. I will not. I have Andre ranked as the #12 WR…

12. Andre Johnson IND – This could be even bigger. Top 5 is within the realm of possibility. Yes I know he is 34. I also know he as never had a truly dynamic signal caller or an offense this dynamic. As long as he remains healthy Andre is the steal of the draft at his ADP. But only in a redraft league.


jarvis_landryMike Wallace has been shipped to Minnesota as the last remaining piece from the 2013 receiving corp. Kenny Stills has been added to the edge. Greg Jennings has been added to the mix as well. Miami drafted DeVante Parker. Signed Jordan Cameron. But make no mistake Landry is the focus of this pass attack. Think of him as Mike Wallace minus the head case. 2015 will be Landry’s explosion year as he rises to the upper levels of fantasy ranks. I have Landry ranked as the #19 WR……..

19. Jarvis Landry MIA – I am sure this is another surprise when compared to other rankers. Landry is now the main focus on a solid and growing pass attack. He is a do everything wr who the Phins move around all over the field. He will well outplay his ADP.


Megatron is still the man. Tate is the man now too. Detroit has two men at receiver. They will both flourish. The days of Mega dominating WR scoring are gone. Megatron will still be top 10 and Tate will be right behind him in the next group. The idea that 2014 was a fluke is laughable. It is real and will be repeated in 2015. That is why I have Tate ranked as the #15 WR……

15. Golden Tate DET – 2014 was no fluke. I repeat 2014 was no fluke. Expect more of the same, maybe not quite the same blistering pace, but there is more than enough to feed both Tate and Mega in motown. Like Andre Johnson I have him ranked much higher than most. Confidently so.BrandinCooks


So much for all the hype in 2014. One year too early is all that was wrong with the Cooks hype. Dominant playmaker on a team that shipped away 2 of their top 4 receiving targets. Cooks will flourish even with the purported greater emphasis on the run in New Orleans. This time the kid is going to explode for real. That is why I have Cooks ranked as the #18 WR…….

18. Brandin Cooks NO – Stills is gone, Graham is gone. It is now officially Cooks, Colston, Toon, Hill, CJ, etc.. Even pressing the run heavy idea, Cooks is in line for a fantastic season as the do everything wr in the saints O.


Martavis+BryantMartavis is a monster downfield. Martavis is a monster in the red zone. Martavis is going to score a lot of fantasy football points in 2015. Coming off a great rookie campaign and primed for a sophomore explosion. Get your popcorn, fireworks in the Steel City. I have Martavis ranked as the #25 WR….

25. Martavis Bryant PIT – Big end zone target, big fast deep target and the whole world is keying on Brown. What can Bryant do for you? Score loads of points in FF on the best downfield passing offense in the league. I had to hold myself back here. I could see Bryant finishing 10 spots higher. I like him that much.


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