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In response to your 16 team WR options...
Stay away from Jacoby Ford as the Raiders are all about Darren McFadden when they play the Broncos. Ford has averaged 2 receptions for 31 yards and 0 touchdowns in his 2 games against them last year.
If you don't get return yardage points, I'd look to someone else as he is usually a non factor and the addition of Kevin Boss may lead to less targets as Campbell seems to like his abilities. Boss should also see a lot of end zone and red zone targeting.
If everything is true regarding Evan's ankle, then I'd say he'd be your better bet as he is sure to get more throws to him, especially with Boldin receiving most of the attention. Evans is a deep threat and has a good chemistry with Flacco.
Evans also hasn't done much against Pittsburgh, but he was also stuck on some pretty bad Buffalo teams when he played them throughout his career.
Chosing between the two, I see Evans as your better bet, as he is also on a team that has a superior offense compared to the Raiders.
P.S. If they are available on the waiver wire, keep your eye on these 2 receivers this year, Andre Roberts (Cardinals) and my dark horse Bernard Berrian (Vikings).
Roberts benefits from Fitzgerald getting all the attention, but also has the talent to get you 6 touchdowns and Berrian could wake up again with McNabb in Minnesota.
Like the list... I totally agree with the Nate Burleson slide! Have him on may fantasy team.
Haha your short list is awesome
Hey man, loved your "10 most intriguing player" articles. Love to see your a Queens native too! <3
Hey Dan, I read your article on the fantasy football top 10 and it was very interesting.To be honest, I never really got into fantasy football, but I nevertheless enjoyed your essay
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