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JUNE 18th / 2016

Ten Rules For A Winning Draft

JUNE 17th / 2016

Spotlight - Crabtree

JUNE 15th / 2016

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JUNE 14th / 2016

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JUNE 13th / 2016

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JUNE 12th / 2016

Cheat Sheet PPR: 1qb,2rb,2wr,1te

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Players to Avoid, Part 2 - WR

JUNE 9th / 2016

Cheat Sheet PPR: 1qb,2rb,3wr,1te

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Players to Avoid, Part 2 - WR

JUNE 8th / 2016

Players to Avoid, Part 1 - RB

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MAY 28th / 2016

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MAY 26th / 2016

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MAY 7th / 2016

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MAY 6th / 2016

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MAY 4th / 2016

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APRIL 30th / 2016

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APRIL 29th / 2016

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APRIL 28th / 2016

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APRIL 24th / 2016

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2016 PTAs (Players to Avoid), Part 2 - Wide Receivers

The most important thing to remember in regards to fantasy football is that every season is unique. If a player struggled to find his game in 2015, that does not mean he will do so again this year and if a player was a superstar last year, he can fall back to earth in a hurry. It is important to evaluate every situation, every battle and every possibility on all 32 teams and try to determine breakout players, status quo players and players who will slip into obscurity. Obviously players who retire such as Calvin Johnson are to be avoided but I won't insult your intelligence by listing them below. Also players like Josh Gordon who have not been relevent for awhile won't be listed. Instead I will find players who were fantasy gems last year whom I believe has little value this campaign. Here is the list of five wide receivers I would not draft this season.

1. WR Ted Ginn, Carolina Panthers:

Due to a season ending injury to number one receiver Kelvin Benjamin prior to the start of the 2015 campaign, the Panthers were forced to elevate the roles of various receivers on the roster. The player who received the greatest bump was 31-year old Ted Ginn who finished with a remarkable 10 touchdown grabs on only 44 receptions last year. In his previous eight seasons he had only managed to catch 11 touchdown passes which makes the ten last year even more impressive. However with Kelvin Benjamin returning to his role as top receiving target, everyone in the depth chart will slide back down the ladder and it is very unlikely Ginn will every see one touchdown every four receptions ever again. He was a great story last year but I think projecting him with more than 4 touchdowns in 2016 would be a mistake, limiting his fantasy value significantly. He had more than 300 receiving yards just once in five seasons prior to last year's burst and I expect him to sink down to his normal level of output, making him a late round depth filler only in 2016. Look elsewhere for upside at the position.

2. WR Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins:

Still had a terrific 2014 campaign while with the New Orleans Saints and appeared to be rising the ladder of fantasy football rankings when he moved over to the Miami Dolphins. However he and quarterback Ryan Tannehill never got on the same page and he finished with only 440 yards and 3 touchdowns. Many fantasy owners will still perhaps have his strong 2014 stats in mind when thinking of his upside but with the rise of Jarvis Landry, a healthy DeVante Parker, rookie Leonte Carroo whom Miami traded up for and the dynamic 'Mighty Mouse' rookie Jakeem Grant, I just don't see any targets left over for Stills unless his play is so terrific in training camp that he can hold off the young studs in Miami. More than likely, Stills will be the forgotten man watching from the sidelines in 2016 and I would not waste even a late round pick on him.

3. WR Danny Amendola, New England Patriots:

Amendola had a very good 2015 campaign, catching 65 passes which was his highest output since the 2010 campaign and scoring 3 times. He did have fantasy value in PPR leagues as a valuable backup but his lack of upside, lack of yards per reception, a return of a healthy Julian Edelman and a possible rise of newcomer Chris Hogan really limit the fantasy potential of the 31-year old receiver this year. He is unlikely to catch more than 40 passes this year and doesn't do much with the ball in his hands. He is not a player than will win you fantasy league titles so let somebody else burn a draft pick on securing his services. I believe your fantasy backups should be swing for the fences players than can win you a title and not just keep your team from sucking too bad. Amendola falls into the latter category.

4. WR Rishard Matthews, Tennessee Titans:

Last season Rishard Matthews caught 43 passes for 662 yards and scored 4 touchdowns in only eleven games with the Miami Dolphins. He was scooped up by the Tennessee Titans and many fantasy owners will likely be thinking he is capable of 800 yards, 5+ touchdown output with a team that targeted him this offseason. However, with Dorial Green-Beckham, Kendall Wright, Justin Hunter and the improving Tajae Sharpe on the roster, I just don't see enough looks for Matthews to have any real fantasy value. 30 receptions is likely his ceiling in the 2016 campaign unless injuries strike.

5. WR Jamison Crowder, Washington Redskins:

The 5-8, 174 pound Crowder was a great story in his first season with the Redskins last year, catching 59 passes and scoring twice. Many would be excited about his second season prospects but when breaking down likely targets in Washington there just isn't much to get excited about here. He is clearly behind at least four players in the Redskins depth chart for possible passes thrown his way (TE Jordan Reed along with receivers Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and stud rookie Josh Doctson and with a player like Crowder that must catch a ton of passes to have fantasy worth, that really wipes out any fantasy value he could have this season. Only a rash of injuries would elevate the fantasy output in 2016 and I would rather target him if those injuries occur than waste a roster spot on him.