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Re: Fantasy Football Kick Returners

Postby marcheese » Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:05 am

What's that link good for in this thread? Either I'm blind, or it doesn't have depth chart for KR/PR. The only KR/PR depth chart I've seen are on Yahoo.

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Re: Fantasy Football Kick Returners

Postby Doc Holliday » Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:04 pm

Actually that link is one of the best as far as being up to date. It is a little hard to find which players are kr or pr, but with a little work you can.

I updated today's post to include Harvin and Bradshaw. It looks like they will get return duties and I had missed them.
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Re: Fantasy Football Kick Returners

Postby marcheese » Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:47 pm

Still confused as to where you would find the KR/PR on that page? Thanks.

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Re: Fantasy Football Kick Returners

Postby marcheese » Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:49 pm

Scratch that... I noticed that they are beside the player names. Thanks!

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Re: Fantasy Football Kick Returners

Postby The Peoples Champ » Sun Aug 23, 2009 4:05 pm

Beane Disciple wrote:I am in a league that counts KR/PR yardage also. It's stupid but it is what it is. Most people don't pay enough attention to it. What it essentially does is deepen the pool of serviceable RB/WR's. So what I try to do is in the 1st 3 rounds draft 2 elite WR's and an elite QB. So here it is, the "El Dorado" of draft lists for leagues that count KR/PR.

These players either return BOTH kicks and punts or they return one of them and are also 3rd WR/Backup RB's which means they will be starters if the guy in front of them gets hurt. I've listed them sequentially by draft position (which is in parenthesis). These are the Yahoo rankings so I don't know if that's different from ESPN or not. One guy in my league is on Razzball a lot like me so I'm hoping he doesn't get ahold of this list but he's probably got a similar one anyway.



Sleeper RB/WR to Target for “Old Tau Cash League”

1) Wes Welker (41)

2) Felix Jones (72)

3) DeSean Jackson (80)

4) Darren Sproles (86)

5) Devin Hester (98)

6) Steve Breaston (99)

7) LeSean McCoy (102)

8) Ahmad Bradshaw (110)

9) Jerious Norwood (125)

10) Percy Harvin (139)

11) Jeremy Maclin (161)

12) Devone Bess (196)

13) Johnnie Lee Higgins (1398)

14) Josh Cribbs (1743)

Shady wasn't a returner at Pitt, and with options like DeSean, Demps, Hobbs, and Maclin, i doubt he will be in Philly.


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