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This Year's Analysis History

Prior Year's Analysis History
tlandavazo



Positives
#1 WR for SF

Negatives
Did I mention that he played for SF?

Draft Strategy
Possible reward outweighs risk, especially as #5 WR


Scoefield



Positives
talented

Negatives
traditionally unmotivated; undetermined QB situation - probably mediocre at best.

Draft Strategy
Not going to say much... just looking for potential upside in this round. My fourth WR... if he does well, then great; if not it'll open a spot for a waiver pick up. [Blue 5]


bshazzar



Positives
#1 Wide Receiver who is several years removed from having a career year and is still relatively young on a team that seems to be on the rise. Started to develop some great chemistry with his young QB as his go-to guy for big plays. Big, fast physical receiver who can run all of the routes and beat you a lot of different ways. Will get a lot of 1 on 1 matchups due to the other weapons on the team. Excellent running game to keep the team a dual threat.

Negatives
has lapses of insanity, loses concentration, and drops a ton of balls.

Draft Strategy
A wideout with top 10 potential in the 6th? I'll take that chance.


FantasyHussy



Positives
Hugely talented receiver...averages a high YPC...Mark Sanchez's #1 option...showed a little more consistency in NY than the did in Cleveland.

Negatives
A pass-dropping monster...extremely erratic...allegedly the #1 option, but Keller, Holmes and Cotchery will have their weeks.

Draft Strategy
There were a number of other WRs I wanted to take here that would have offered me more consistency, but Braylon was the only one with the make-up to really outplay his draft position. He COULD be a top 20 fantasy WR, and I figure it's worth rolling the dice on that with my WR3. It's not the soundest strategy, but I'm excited to see how it plays out.


Agenda42



Positives
Edwards is an elite talent at WR. In 2007, he exploded for a 80-1289-16 season that put him into the top tier of fantasy receivers. He has lethal speed and his 6-3 height makes him a dangerous red zone target.

Negatives
Last season was a major letdown at 55-873-3. Nobody knows who his QB will be, but neither Anderson nor Quinn really sets my toes a tapping. Led the league in dropped passes last season.

Draft Strategy
With 1 WR taken in my first 5 picks, and two teams behind me also sitting on 1 WR through 5 rounds, this was the right time to pick a WR. Edwards is a guy who could be an elite performer at the position, and if he busts there are still more guys that I'm comfortable with on the board.


Boogs34



Positives
One of the top talented WRs in the league.

Negatives
Injury prone; plays in cold weather; lots of talented receivers on the team.

Draft Strategy
I wanted to lock up one of the top WRs and if he repeats last year's performance, he will establish himself as a true elite NFL WR.


Phyrre56



Positives
Breakout season last year. Red zone target.

Negatives
Injury history. Derek Anderson may have been a fluke.

Draft Strategy
Edwards has plenty of stud potential. I got him in the middle of the first tier of WRs which seems appropriate.


Mad_Puppy



Positives
A phenominal athlete at the receiver position. He can make all of the catches and make any DB look silly. Really broke out last year with the improved QB play of Anderson. The offense in Cleveland is little changed and Braylon is in the prime of his carreer. 1200 yards and 16 TD's last year, this year expect more of the same with an increase in the number of receptions (80 last year)

Negatives
Will the Cleveland offense no longer be a surprise to defenses? Anderson's productivity faltered down the stretch last year meaning the defenses may have caught up to Cleveland.

Draft Strategy
I was looking for a top flite receiver, Reggie Wayne and Moss were the only receivers off the board. I will get better fantasy points out of this player than any of the RB's available. I also feel there is value in the RB position this year in rounds 3-5. QB's will also be available in Round 5-6 that will closely perform to the top 4 of Brady, Manning, Breeze, Romo


Ben_Ice



Positives
The continuation of my WR/WR Experiment, I feel like Edwards is the next best WR left on the board and a perfect compliment to Randy Moss in a league that only allows 2 starting WR. Edwards is the lead weapon in a potent offense and figures to be a top 5 WR.

Negatives
Regression in the Cleveland offense is the only real negative I see at this point.

Draft Strategy
WR2 in my laboratory of fantasy draft experimentation. Talk to me after I get my second back in round six and I'll let you know how I feel about the decision to turn the Shark drafts upside down.


Derek



Positives
Young, up and coming WR who is the #1 target and looking to obtain elite status on an offense with alot of options.

Negatives
Cut on foot injury sustain this past week in training camp.

Draft Strategy
Was hopiong to obtain Reggie Bush to pair with Steven Jackson but when he went two picks earlier I thought B. Edwards proved to be the best value over what RB's where left.


SoCalIrishSports



Positives
HUGE role in the Brown offense. Only getting better each year. Might be getting the #1 ranked WR at season's end. Has great rapport with his QB, getting good production out of their old warhorse RB (J.Lewis) and upside is great!

Negatives
Shaky hands, stay away from running contests in socks please and Browns could digress a bit this year after all, they are the Browns!

Draft Strategy
A typical Shark draft of RB, RB, RB and MORE RB, so went with a stud WR here instead. This year plays out a little different then years past when it comes to the RB/RB/RB... theory. We'll see how it plays out, but I like the value of getting Edwards here.


Baron_Fel



Positives
Easily top 5 WR, biggest offensive threat on his team. The pick was between him and AJ, and I like Cleveland's running game better to open up the offense.

Negatives
Team a little iffy, defences may attempt to key against him more (to little avail), and the foot gashing

Draft Strategy
In the mocks I've done, the early pickers usually take a lot of WRs over the 2/3 turn. I expect probably 5 or 6 WRs and 1 QB to be taken in the next 8 picks before my next. That should leave me with pretty good options for a RB2.


DAFLCommish



Positives
Improving offensive situation in Cleveland should help his stats.

Negatives
Needs to stay healthy and out of trouble.

Draft Strategy
A good value this deep into the draft, makes a nice bye week cover for my starting WRs.


Ron_Anish



Positives
Edwards looked strong in his rookie year catching 32 passes for 512 yards with 3 TDs before suffering a torn ACL in week 13.

Negatives
He may not be fully recovered from the ACL injury until mid-season.

Draft Strategy
A total flyer pick in week 16. I don't like to take a defense or a kicker in this round. Instead, I prefer to gamble on a skill position player with a chance of hitting the lottery. We'll see if Edwards is my winning ticket.



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