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  • Alan Satterlee

    Welcome Rachel – love the logo!!

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  • Bryan Sweet

    This came down to White and Welker for me due to the QB situations in TN and MIA. Welker should still be ultra-productive in a PPR format, being the underneath security blanket for Manning. White probably logs more yards and a couple more TDs, but Welker hauls in about 30 more passes and edges White in Speed Bump #7.

  • Dan Dynasty Football

    I agree with your assessment Rachel. Going with White here. Last year was his anomaly. He has always been a model of consistency and health. Even through multiple injuries last year, he fought and produced exceptionally well for an older WR, with no Julio, on a struggling offensive team. Welker is bound to miss some time. He’s just not going to hold up to that position and we started seeing it last year a bit. And I just don’t trust Wallce (although I do expect some improvement). And I don’t think Justin Hunter’s development in TENN can be denied.

  • Jeff Melbostad

    Gotta agree with the fantasy football chick. Roddy is my pick. Until last season’s injury he was one of the most consistent WRs I can remember in fantasy football. It was hard to pass on Kendall Wright but I like Roddy by a hair.

  • ocrachel

    Hi Guys! This was a fun one to analyze. Had to go with the trusty Roddy, overall among these guys. I like Matt Ryan this year for a fantasy QB too. Despite all the Falcons’ losses last year, Ryan put up the yards. Hopefully, we’ll see a ton of fantasy points between White, Jones and Ryan this year.

    • Alan Satterlee

      Hey Rachel, welcome!!

      Initially I was going with Mike Wallace, but I think Dan has it right – he’s hard to trust.

      I don’t see Roddy White running away with one, but he does seem to be the trusty one.