Now that the draft dust has settled and mini-camps have started, we can start to get serious about rookie wide receiver and tight end contributions in fantasy football this year. The wide receiver class is full of studs; those who could potentially unseat the incumbents and make some serious noise. The tight end class is much weaker, as there are only a couple of names that could potentially see a significant amount of playing time.
Before we get too excited about some of these guys, I always consider the quarterback throwing them the ball first. We have all made mistakes in the past drafting high profile, high potential receivers (ahem, Larry Fitzgerald) with the hopes that they can miraculously make their quarterback’s smarter, or mechanics better. Be realistic here, and still stick with drafting wide receivers and tight ends who have proven passers.Please, blog, may I have some more?