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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 12:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'd take Garçon over Torrey anyday. Not much else passing wise to worry about in Baltimore. I think it will be hard to roll coverage to Garçon with Freddy D and RG3s legs. I have him ranked around 25 heading into my drafts. For big play leagues a touch higher, PPR a touch lower. It's a pretty deep year for WRs in fantasy so I'm looking to stock up on everything else and I'd be thrilled to grab Pierre later on.


RaY Rice, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones, Tommy Streeter, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta say high
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
big44dog wrote:
I'd take Garçon over Torrey anyday. Not much else passing wise to worry about in Baltimore. I think it will be hard to roll coverage to Garçon with Freddy D and RG3s legs. I have him ranked around 25 heading into my drafts. For big play leagues a touch higher, PPR a touch lower. It's a pretty deep year for WRs in fantasy so I'm looking to stock up on everything else and I'd be thrilled to grab Pierre later on.


RaY Rice, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones, Tommy Streeter, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta say high


Out of that list, I would only worry about Rice and Bolding stealing looks from Torrey Smith. If you were arguing that he should be higher than Garcon, you kind of hurt your own point because the main focal point of that offense will be through Rice. Here in Washington, Garcon could easily get a big piece of the pie.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 10:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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big44dog wrote:
I'd take Garçon over Torrey anyday. Not much else passing wise to worry about in Baltimore. I think it will be hard to roll coverage to Garçon with Freddy D and RG3s legs. I have him ranked around 25 heading into my drafts. For big play leagues a touch higher, PPR a touch lower. It's a pretty deep year for WRs in fantasy so I'm looking to stock up on everything else and I'd be thrilled to grab Pierre later on.


RaY Rice, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones, Tommy Streeter, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta say high


Out of that list, I would only worry about Rice and Bolding stealing looks from Torrey Smith. If you were arguing that he should be higher than Garcon, you kind of hurt your own point because the main focal point of that offense will be through Rice. Here in Washington, Garcon could easily get a big piece of the pie.
That wasn't his point that I was countering.

Dickson and Pitta combined for 94 catches, 933 yds and 8 tds. I think they're are good targets.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 10:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
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turtle28 wrote:
big44dog wrote:
I'd take Garçon over Torrey anyday. Not much else passing wise to worry about in Baltimore. I think it will be hard to roll coverage to Garçon with Freddy D and RG3s legs. I have him ranked around 25 heading into my drafts. For big play leagues a touch higher, PPR a touch lower. It's a pretty deep year for WRs in fantasy so I'm looking to stock up on everything else and I'd be thrilled to grab Pierre later on.


RaY Rice, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones, Tommy Streeter, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta say high


Out of that list, I would only worry about Rice and Bolding stealing looks from Torrey Smith. If you were arguing that he should be higher than Garcon, you kind of hurt your own point because the main focal point of that offense will be through Rice. Here in Washington, Garcon could easily get a big piece of the pie.
That wasn't his point that I was countering.

Dickson and Pitta combined for 94 catches, 933 yds and 8 tds. I think they're are good targets.


But your original point was that you would take Torrey Smith over Pierre Garcon ... but these stats that you point out (along with Rice and Boldin's) would lead one to think that Garcon would be the better play as he should have more opportunities.
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Woz wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
Woz wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
big44dog wrote:
I'd take Garçon over Torrey anyday. Not much else passing wise to worry about in Baltimore. I think it will be hard to roll coverage to Garçon with Freddy D and RG3s legs. I have him ranked around 25 heading into my drafts. For big play leagues a touch higher, PPR a touch lower. It's a pretty deep year for WRs in fantasy so I'm looking to stock up on everything else and I'd be thrilled to grab Pierre later on.


RaY Rice, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones, Tommy Streeter, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta say high


Out of that list, I would only worry about Rice and Bolding stealing looks from Torrey Smith. If you were arguing that he should be higher than Garcon, you kind of hurt your own point because the main focal point of that offense will be through Rice. Here in Washington, Garcon could easily get a big piece of the pie.
That wasn't his point that I was countering.

Dickson and Pitta combined for 94 catches, 933 yds and 8 tds. I think they're are good targets.


But your original point was that you would take Torrey Smith over Pierre Garcon ... but these stats that you point out (along with Rice and Boldin's) would lead one to think that Garcon would be the better play as he should have more opportunities.
I still feel that way. I was just letting him know the ravens have other WR options, but I think Torey is their best and he has elite speed to stretch the field and score tds. He also has a vet QB growing to him who's had playoff and big game experience. Flacco beat the #1 D in the nfl (Pittsburgh) 2 times lasts year, one time on a pass to Smith. I think all of that makes Torey Smith a better option.
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Torrey Smith is already overrated.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In other words. When you think do Baltimores offense it's Ray Rices 350 touches. Then it's the 90-100 stop routes Flacco throws to Boldin on 3rd down. After that you get to Pitta/Jacoby/Torrey. Garçon is going to the the top WR in DC Freddy a close 2nd.
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