2014 Fantasy Football: Analyzing Top Rookie Receivers Worth a Late-Round Pick

July 30, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2013, rookies were all the rage in fantasy football. By the end of the season, players such as Eddie Lacy, Zac Stacy, Keenan Allen and Cordarrelle Patterson all became viable flex or No. 2 options at their position.
Now, nearly every one of those players is a virtual lock to go high in fantasy drafts. That leaves plenty of open slots in later rounds for rookies to surprise their owners again this season.
This year, another slew of rookies are looking to continue that trend. On the wide receiver front, there are numerous options to ponder.
Whether an owner is in a keeper or dynasty league or simply hoping for value later in the season, the possibilities are endless. Before many fantasy drafts get underway, here's a look at some of the best in this year's rookie crop.
Top-of-the-Line Rookie: Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills
He wasn't the No. 1 overall wide receiver taken for nothing. Sammy Watkins offers a well-rounded wideout with unlimited spee...

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