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Topic: Players that Could Make All the Difference in 2012
 Throwball Heroes_118522
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Post Date: 08/02/12 12:22
I just posted this in Dan Grogan's thread about preseason predictions. I like Malcolm Floyd, if healthy to step up in the top WR roll for SDG. I am not sold on Meachem being consistent for the Chargers, on top of learning a new offensive scheme. Being a professional, he should be able to make the transition, but so much attention has been paid to Meachem and Royal coming over I think Floyd could be overlooked. The key for Floyd, remain healthy. If he could have done this last year it would have been a 1000 yard season. No reason to think he couldn't top 1000 and 8-10 this season. ADP is currently the 9th round.
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Post Date: 08/07/12 07:46
If the Mike Wallace issues in Pittsburgh get any worse and last a couple of more weeks. I have no issues taking a flyer with one of my last picks on Emmanuel Sanders. Many of us considered Sanders a sleeper in 2011 and it turned out the real sleeper on Pittsburgh was Antonio Brown.



As we know if you are in a draft that has 16+ rounds why not take a flyer on the likes of Sanders given the kind of flyer picks that occur in those rounds.
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Post Date: 08/08/12 17:59
I know it's difficult to trust any Washington RB but reports out of the Washington coaching staff are saying they are very high/impressed with Evan Royster.



Right now he could easily go undrafted but why not take a flyer on him with a very late round pick instead of going with the veteran player that you will only start when you need a bye week fill in.
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Post Date: 08/09/12 03:45
I'm watching BIlls 3rd round draft pick T.J Graham. With 9 WR's in camp and Graham pulling down many first team reps, showing blazing sub 4.5 speed,making big plays and acrobatic catches he could earn himself a starting spot at WR2. A training camp sensation or for real is yet to be determend?
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Post Date: 08/13/12 12:32
Nice call Nic on Vincent Brown.....reports out of San Diego say he is out performing Robert Meachem. With a ADP in a (10) team league of around the 13th-14th round he provides the possibility of great upside with a very late pick.
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Post Date: 08/13/12 15:23
He's a local too, out of SDSU!



While TEs seem to be plentiful this season, I also like Coby Fleener in IND. Teammate with Luck at Stanford, they already have a rapport together. This could be interesting to see how they progress together. Young QBs love to use their TEs.



In a year deep with WRs, Doug Baldwin, SEA is another player who might get things done quietly. Not sold on Golden Tate and Sydney Rice seems to be off the field more than he is on the field. This could give Baldwin a chance to make headway this season, after finishing with 788 yards and 4 TDs last year.
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Post Date: 08/13/12 15:25
Great article and even better comments. This is the kind of info that wins championships.



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