Jul 23, 2009 21
Here’s that follow-up to yesterday’s post with some mis-priced or potentially mis-priced receivers.
Marques Colston – Check his player profile for some reasons to be optimistic on his value in drafts and potential this year.
Braylon Edwards – Again, I think he’s worth the “risk.” You want elite players, game-changers, and Edwards is. If you want to take someone like the slow-ass and far-from-special Jericho Cotchery a couple of rounds later, good luck with that.
Vincent Jackson – He finally added consistency to his repertoire in 2008, and there’s reason to believe he’ll keep that up given his youth, talent, and the play of the QB, with whom he clicks with well.
Anthony Gonzalez – He’s probably not a value but instead he’s a guy who’s draft spot could easily be 1-2 rounds higher in 2010. In this case, you’re targeting a guy who’ll possibly go as low in 2009 as he will for several years to come.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh – Kind of flying under the radar, but should be solid if the QB is healthy.
Eddie Royal – Don’t be surprised if he leads the team in catches this year. I’m hoping Brandon Marshall plays and if he does I think he’ll take the attention [...]