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Topic: 2010 Fantasy Football Sleeper Picks
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 03/07/10 08:03
In the continuing series of roundtable discussions, our latest question was:
 
"Who were you a year early with?  One of your undervalued players from 2009 that did not pan out, yet you remain high on."
 
Below is my offering on this question and click the link for the list of potential 2010 fantasy football sleepers selected by the other sites.
 
"San Diego Chargers WR Malcom Floyd best fits the criteria of the question for me. Floyd was someone I felt was very undervalued going into 2009 and I had higher expectations than 45 catches for 776 yards and 1 touchdown. Especially after Chris Chambers was released and Floyd promoted to the starting lineup."
 
 
Floyd was finally establishing himself as a viable weapon for the Chargers the second half of the 2008 season before a collapsed lung brought that year to a halt. Entering 2009 I expected Floyd to beat out Chambers for a starting spot, but it wasn't until they released Chambers mid-season that Floyd got promoted. But the promotion didn't translate to a marked increase in his stats. Phillip Rivers threw 28 touchdown passes last year but Floyd only caught one. For a 6'5", 225 lb WR who started 9 games to only get one touchdown was a big disappointment."
 
 
Entering 2010, Floyd, a restricted free agent, is expected to stay in San Diego and be the starting WR opposite Vincent Jackson. He's likely to get a one year deal and become an unrestricted free agent heading into 2011. I expect this will motivate him as he will be 29 years old in September and this will be his last shot at getting a big dollar contract. Several times in 2009 Floyd started a game off hot only to not catch a single pass after halftime. I think he has the ability, is in the right offense, and has the proper motivation to really step up and be an undervalued guy in 2010 fantasy football drafts. He went late in round 13 of a recent fantasy football experts mock draft I participated in. That's severely undervaluing a guy who should produce over 1,000 yards and score 6-8 touchdowns in 2010."
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 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 03/08/10 21:29
It is hard for me to look at Floyd with the offense that the Chargers have. V-Jax and Gates are the first two passing options there. Sproles will be catching balls out of the backfield if he stays.
 
I really like Chris Chambers in Kansas City. He just signed a three year deal. He is 32 years old but did well in Haley's offensive scheme. Bowe and J Charles will  get the double teams and Chambers will be the home run guy and go deep often. That, combined with a horrid KC defense will mean that Cassel will pass just as much next year than he did in 2009.
 
Chambers averaged a little over 70 yards a game and 4 td's in nine games with the Chiefs. I look for him to be a solid # 3 or borderline # 2 WR in high performance PPR leagues ( 1 pt per ten yards receiving.). And the best thing about him is that you will be able to get him in the late rounds. Very low risk.
 
Don't forget about him!
 
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 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 03/09/10 15:50
Now I see Thomas Jones has signed with the Chiefs. This really solidifies their offense. He is a handcuff for Charles now.
 
 
 
 
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