Cleat Geeks

2015 Pre-Season Rankings : WRs #41+

41. Michael Floyd AZ – A solid flex play most weeks. Nothing spectacular but value exists. This deep in the WR pool settling on a sporadic producer is not the worst you can do.  Could provide some very good bye help.

42. Nelson Agholor PHI – I think Agholar ends up as the 3rd target behind Matthews and Ertz. I do not expect fireworks from the get go. it may take some time to work himself into weekly usability. The more I see him in OTAs the more I like.

43. Kendall Wright TN – No established QB makes any TN WR a gamble. Wright is the least risky of the two worthy gambles.  If TN finds any consistent QB play it could change everything. After watching OTA action, albeit without pads/contact and in friendly confines, Mariota is the real deal. His accuracy is excellent. If Mariota can get the ball out Wright could shoot up this list.

44. Terrance Williams DAL – I expect to get flack for this since he disappeared in 2014. I expect a bounce back. Dal will run heavy but with lesser results due to the downgrade at rb. Subsequently pass attempts will increase and Williams will be more involved. Not a popular pick but I see upside. According to OTA reports Williams is taking full advantage of the absence of Dez. Dez will report. This offense will be great and Williams will bounce back.

45. Kenny Stills MIA – They did not trade for him not to play him. Stills is a starter on the outside with Landry in the slot. There is room for several RECs to excel in this revamped attack. Stills has health over the injured rook Parker and skill over the older Jennings. Stills has 4-6 weeks to stake his claim to volume in the offense before the rookie Parker will be up to speed. Remember he is a rookie and he has missed OTAs all the way through pre-season minimum. I think Stills excels and keeps his role even beyond 2015.

 

LEAVE THEM ALONE 

Eric Decker NYJ – The WR2 on a team with no QB1. No reason to do this. Do not waste your time.

Breshad Perriman BAL –  I just frankly do not see a major contributor in Perriman. Especially not in his rook season.

Charles Johnson MN – Ceiling is low. Wallace is in town. Nothing here except in the very deepest of leagues.

Percy Harvin BUF – WR2 on a team yet to find a QB1. Stay clear unless Taylor gets the nod at QB.

Devante Parker MIA – Not in his rookie year, not with other options all over the field. Not with the leg injury holding him back.

Donte Moncrief IND – Johnson, Dorsett, Brown, Allen, Fleener, Gore, Herron and somewhere in there Moncrief is going to find volume?

Anquan Boldin SF – I think he hits the wall as well as being usurped by Smith. Nothing to see here.

John Brown AZ – Unless your league counts kick return yardage he will be of no use. Not in 2015 unless injury strikes.

Malcolm Floyd SD – This was over 3 seasons ago.

Doug Baldwin/SEA WRs SEA – Graham is the lead ‘WR’ on a team that passes sparingly. No need to carry and SEA player with a WR designation.

Dorial Greene-Beckham TN – WR3 with no solidified QB1. Not in 2015.  Maybe, see Wright above. Doubtful usability is attained.

More NOs:

Marvin Jones, Jaelin Stong, Tyler Locket, Michael Crabtree, Reuben Randle, Dwayne Bowe, Devin Smith, Justin Hunter, Phillip Dorsett, Sammie Coates, Justin Blackmon, Cordarelle Patterson, Tavon Austin. Do not bother.

 

GIVE THEM A SHOT

Davante Adams GB – If your looking this late for help you could do worse. Either Adams or Rodgers is going to step up this season. If your gambling this is not a bad hand.

Cody Latimer DEN – Same as adams. You can do worse than the 3rd option in a star qbs arsenal. I am not getting too excited though with talk of more running and having 2 studs ahead of him in the pecking order.

Brian Quick STL – Great year until injury struck in 2014. Worth a late round flyer hoping he can find the magic again and with a new qb.

Kenny Brit STL – Same as Quick. Great talent. Injury issues galore. New QB. There is upside here. Maybe your last pick in a deep draft?

Marquise Lee JAX – Worth a gamble. If Bortles takes the next step two WRs will flourish. I would bet those WRs are Robinson and Lee.

Additional Sleepers:

Devin Funchess, Nick Toon,  Stevie Johnson, Cecil Shorts………….

SUPERSNEAKS: Only for the deepest of leagues.

Stedman Bailey, Jeff Janis, Corey Washington……….

Leave a Reply

GET YOUR  ON!

If you like this site or just simply want to school your friends because you got the information first.  

Join us on the field! Click on any of the links below.

%d bloggers like this: