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Week Four Wide Receivers

September 29, 2007 | By Derek Jones | comment on this post

1. Randy Moss at Cincinnati “ Moss is having the best start for a receiver heading to a new team. He’s probably salivating at going against a porous Bengals’ secondary.

2. Steve Smith vs. Tampa Bay ” The injury to Jake Delhomme does not drastically change Smith’s value. David Carr will be effective in the offense regardless.

3. Terrell Owens vs. St. Louis ” The reeling Rams will be no match for Owens.

4. Reggie Wayne vs. Denver “ One of the premier matchups of the weekend will be the Broncos’ cornerbacks against the Colts’ receivers. Historically, the Colts win this matchup. I hope you have your track shoes, Dre Bly.

5. Roy Williams vs. Chicago “ The Lions put up some great fantasy numbers last week against the Eagles’ defense. A banged-up Bears’ defense may not have an answer for Williams.

6. Chad Johnson vs. New England “ When Cincy is down by 24 points in the second half, Johnson should make some headway.

7. Marvin Harrison vs. Denver ” See Mr. Wayne at No. 4.

8. Plaxico Burress vs. Philadelphia ” A bum ankle could limit Burress’s productivity.

9. Anquan Boldin vs. Pittsburgh “ Monitor Boldin’s hip injury. His sensational game against Baltimore may have come at a price.

10. Javon Walker at Indianapolis “ This game could develop into a shootout which will help the struggling Walker.

11. Donald Driver at Minnesota “ Spread

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2 Responses to “Week Four Wide Receivers”

  1. James Morris says:

    Uh… Javon Walker didn’t practice for 1 snap during the week and is likely to sit out this game with inflammation in his surgically repaired knee. Why he is ranked #10 is beyond me!

    I’d give Calvin Johnson a bump since the Bears CB’s are 5′9″ and Johnson and Roy Williams tower at 6′4″ and 6′2″. This is a mismatch.

  2. Derek Jones says:

    At the time this was done, Walker was not declared out. Plus, just because a guy does not practice doesn’t necessarily mean that he’ll sit.

    As for Johnson, he was dealing with an injury and as it turned out he didn’t really play.

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