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Topic: Time To Avoid AP?
 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 06/23/13 17:51
Ponder looked like he did last year in the recent OTA's. Up and down. Accuracy problems once again his major issue. I think Cassel will be starting by game # 4 if Ponder keeps this up. I think he needs to mature a little more on the bench. Even though Cassel is not a great Qb, he is much better than Ponder at this point.



AP has one of the best, if not the best offensive line in the league blocking for him so I think he will be okay. After last year, he has to be from a another planet and awakened one morning with a big red painted "S" on his chest.



However, Jennings will be a major bust. Jennings is no Harvin and is made of glass. He reminds me of Miles Austin. He just can't stay healthy. Harvin is injured frequently as well. But he returns kicks, catches passes, and runs the ball frequently and has the ability of taking over the game.



So, Jennings will be no better than a WR # 3 with better upside if Cassel plays, but let the other guy draft him as their WR # 1 on draft day.



He is numero uno on my "Bust" list coming out this summer.



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Post Date: 06/24/13 17:45
Interesting point James, Harvin was frequently injured but I don't think he ever had a serious injury. Could it be that his injuries were caused by the position he was playing without a mobile QB that had to dump it to him to save himself? Maybe that's why he wanted out of Minny last year! He maybe more durable then we think with a QB like Wilson that is not afraid to tuck and run. His receptions may take a hit but his overall production could increase if he stays healthy for the whole year.
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Post Date: 06/26/13 16:30
Harvin was near the top in receiving in PPR leagues before he went down. Now he is with The Seahawks on a run first team. I don't think that will have an effect on him at all. The Hawks just have to use him more responsibly then the Vikings did.



I think your right. A slight decrease of receptions but a boatload of TD's.



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