New York Giants Wide Receivers; Fantasy Football Depth Chart Analysis

June 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Giants wide receiving core entered 2009 surrounded by question marks. Many thought they lacked a true number one option, but as a whole the group stepped up to the plate and showed that there wasn’t just one, but many options that fantasy owners should be paying attention to.
As we head into 2010, let’s take a look at the Giants receivers and determine their potential fantasy value:
Steve Smith
The other Steve Smith no more, he emerged as Eli Manning’s "go-to" option in 2009. He was second in receptions with 107 (one of only six receivers to eclipse the 100 reception mark), meaning in PPR leagues he was a gold mine.
For everyone else, however, that wasn’t his only strength. He accumulated 1,220 yards and 7 TD, leading the Giants in both categories.
However, at 5′11″, 195 lbs, he’s built more like a Wes Welker--a tremendous possession receiver.  He had only 14 catches of more than 20 yards and two catches of mor...

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