Kellen Winslow. eventually, the move to Tampa Bay to be with the Buccaneers ought to revitalize Kellen Winslow’s career.
This year, with so much ambiguity at the quarterback position, it’s probably safe to presuppose he won’t be putting up statistics similar to 2007. In spite of this, he will be a feasible target for Byron Leftwich, in addition to a safety net for Josh Freeman (whenever he’s ready), so his catch absolute may be decent.
Yards and TDs should be tough to come by this next season. A few power ranks list Winslow as part of the best 10; we do not think his production will justify that good of a |fantasy rank come season’s end
Heath Miller. Although not flashy, Heath Miller has extremely nice hands and is a solid TE by national football league standards. Regrettably for fantasy owners, his production fails to amount to number onefantasy TE stats.
The foremost explanation for this is the Pittsburgh Steelers love to use their WRs in passing game. More often than not, Miller is the fourth or fifth receiving option, after even the RBs outside the backfield.
The top bet for Miller in twelve team formats is to keep him as a No. 2 and use him only if your number one is out.
Bo Scaife. While he’s certainly not a big name, Bo Scaife played extraordinarily well last year and became Kerry Collins’ go-to-man early on. However, that did not equate to various balls ending up in the end zone (Scaife had just two touchdowns).
This year, the Tennessee Titans have acquired some WRs into the mix (Nate Washington, Kenny Britt) which must signify even fewer chances to come Scaife’s way.
This season’s pool of tight ends is especially deep. While he was a recurring fantasy starter for a diversity of weeks this past season, there are more desirable options on hand this season.