Hello sports fans; it’s time for a new season of tantalizing target analysis. Week one was a strange week. We saw sure fire studs Andre Johnson and Calvin Johnson go flaccid on us and we witnessed the disappointment of “can’t miss” 4-5 rounders such as Mike Sims-Walker, Pierre Garcon, Malcom Floyd, and Dwayne Bowe. Some […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
(Doc’s note: This year Jones and Drew (but not Maurice) are in a league together and will be talking about their strategy and moves pre-draft as well as during the season. This will be a gateway for discussion for the Razzball Universe. So you’ll be able to see the same league from two separate perspectives […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
(Editor’s note: Make sure you join our week 16 contest. If you don’t, people will laugh at you!) Josh Morgan: The captain in you should take a shot of Morgan as the new aerial assault in San Fran has been turning coal into diamonds; if you’re a cagey owner, you just might find some in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Davone Bess-clearly the “Bess” receiver on the team, the man with the predator locks has emerged as a confident, productive receiver over the past few weeks. Bess was fourth in the league last week with 14 targets and he has 25 over the past three weeks. His monster game on Sunday during which he grabbed […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Kenny Britt – watching Britt play this past weekend was like the first time I ever ate cookie dough; I wasn’t too keen on the idea at first but before I knew it I was two Pillsbury tubes deep with a face full of salmonella. Now I don’t want to eat Kenny Britt, but I […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Brandon Gibson – Gibson was a guy on my list last week after receiving nine targets as a result of Burton’s season ending injury and now he is back on after receiving a monstrous 17 targets on Sunday. Only Welker was targeted more often than Gibson though Welker did much more with his targets; he […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Chaz Schilens – The Raiders’ top receiver is back…with a mediocre performance. I know Schilens only had three receptions for 27 yards in yet another pitiful Raider performance during which JaMarcus Russell was benched…again, and claimed he had no idea why he was benched…again. Maybe Russell should be forced to watch the atrocity that is […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Greg Camarillo– Playing Miami receivers is like playing Russian roulette, at the end of which you sometimes wish you ate the bullet. However, it looks like Camarillo may be able to provide some relief for your frustration. Though he is not a big play guy, Camarillo will move the chains and run precise underneath routes […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Guys Worth a Look 1. Mike “who the @#$%” Thomas-which Jaguars receiver has the most targets over the last three weeks? Holt? Wrong. Sims-Walker? Wrong. Mike Thomas lead all Jags receivers in week 8 with seven targets, comprising 14% of all offensive looks. Holt weighed in with six targets and Sims-Walker a measly three. For […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Mohamed Massaquoi: in addition to having the majority of all vowels in his name (except for that elusive “Y”) Massaquoi also gets the majority of targets. This past week he was targeted 9 times (4 more than Robiskie, the next closest receiver) and had two targets inside the five yard line. By now it’s clear […]Please, blog, may I have some more?