2010 Fantasy Football Strategy (and Sleepers) For Drafting a Receiver

August 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Receivers are like spoiled pitbulls. Everything is fine as long as you give them tons of attention, but neglect them even a little, and someone is bound to get hurt.
Likely your fantasy team if you don’t take the receiver position seriously in 2010.
Here is how I’m personally addressing the receiver position in drafts this summer, much like my positional drafting strategy posts at quarterback | running back | tight end |  kicker | team defense.

First-round considerations Unlike elite quarterbacks, I am all for targeting a few top-notch receivers in the first round of fantasy drafts. This is because I personally see a clear dropoff in receiver scoring upside between first-round pass catchers and those you can find in the fourth and fifth rounds, when there are plenty of upside quarterbacks worth a draft selection.
Receivers have become a more consistent commodity, in general scoring formats, than their running back counterparts. Thanks to the ri...

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