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Decade Retrospective: The Top 10 NBA Highlight Artists of the 00′s

November 29, 2009

Dwyane Wade and Jason Williams

Dwyane Wade and Jason Williams Photo Credit: Icon SMI

By Zachariah Blott

The past decade has given us a multitude of amazing players who have dazzled fans with highlight reels like we’ve never seen before. Thanks to And-1 mix tapes and ESPN, today’s players are going out of their way to do more spectacular things on the court than any other period in the sport’s history. Here are my 10 favorite players of the 00′s based simply on their highlights.

Just for the record, these aren’t necessarily the most complete videos for each player, but they do represent enough of their ooohs and aaahs that you’ll understand why I’m giving them these props. Click each player name to check out their highlights.

10 – Black Jesus (aka Amar’e Stoudemire): It’s a shame how the injury bug has bitten him because he once put an exclamation point on every dunk and a backwards Spalding on opponents’ foreheads.

9 – Jesus Shuttlesworth (aka Ray Allen): Want a lights out shooter who can knock down the long ones with a hand in his eye? Ray’s the man for that.

8 – CP3 (aka Chris Paul): How exactly do you stop a guy who shoots, passes, and defends this well? I guess you hope he gets injured.

7 – Stevie Franchise (aka Steve Francis): Kind of an asshole. Was all about getting his. But boy could he embarrass people with his excessive dribbling.*

6 – The Chosen One (aka LeBron James): These clips are only from his 2008-09 MVP season, but they all just flat out make opponents give up.

The top five NBA highlight artists of the 00′s after the break…

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2 CommentsPosted by ETB Contributor on Nov. 29, 2009 at 2:49pm in NBA

NBA Writers Roundtable: This Year’s Biggest Fantasy Hoops Surprises (So Far)

November 28, 2009

Marc GasolWhen it comes to fantasy basketball analysis, sometimes seven heads are better than one.

Throughout this NBA season we’ll be sitting down with an esteemed group of NBA writers and bloggers to pontificate over various fantasy hoops topics, such as which Golden State Warriors are most likely to continue suffering under Don Nelson’s tyrannical rule, how much fantasy impact over-the-hill vets like Allen Iverson and Tracy McGrady can still have, etc.

Each of the participating writers, below, will take turns hosting, but a big thanks is in order to Ryan Lester of Lester’s Legends for getting this thing off the ground. Without further ado…

Sitting at the Fantasy Hoops Roundtable:

- Your Dear Friends at Empty the Bench
- Ryan Lester, Lester’s Legends
- Alex Woods, BleacherCreatureRotoTalk
- Nels, Give Me the Rock
- Jon, Bleacher Report
- Tommy Beer, HoopsWorld
- Erik Ong, Points in the Paint

This Week’s Fantasy Hoops Topic:

Looking at the season’s early surprise players, which one or two do you feel will continue to put up big fantasy numbers this year?

Brian Spencer, Empty the Bench: Drafted on average 120th overall in Yahoo! fantasy basketball leagues (behind guys like Tyson Chandler, Shaquille O’Neal, and, yes, Yao Ming), Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol has been nothing short of spectacular through the first month of the season. All of his statistical measurables are up—way up—compared to his rookie season of a year ago, and there’s no reason to think there’s any end in sight to his upper-tier production.

Through his first 16 games, the 7-1 Gasol has posted impressive per-game averages of 15.4 points (on 63% FG, best in the NBA), 10.8 boards, 1.6 blocks, 1.1 steals, 2.1 assists, and a respectable 75% from the free-throw line. That’s made him the second most-valuable center in fantasy hoops, behind just Chris Bosh, and he’s helped his Grizzlies to a… well, the Grizzlies are still pretty terrible at 6 – 10 heading into their Sunday night matchup with the Los Angeles Clippers, but Gasol is clearly doing what he can to make this team competitive again.

There’s little of consequence behind Gasol on the Grizzlies’ big-man depth chart (sorry, Hasheem Thabeet doesn’t count), so expect the seven-footer to maintain his 35+ minutes per-game average as the season wears on. That should give him ample opportunity to finish it out with double-double averages in points and rebounds; I’d love to see him keep those steals up over 1 per, and to take the next step towards fantasy dominance by upping his blocks to 2 per. Either way, we’re looking at one of the biggest bargains of the year.

For the record, I drafted Gasol 157th overall (middle of the 16th round) in the ETB fantasy hoops league, one pick after Jamario Moon. Gasol is currently ranked 7th overall. (Updated since publication to reflect recent performances.)

For more insight into some of the season’s early fantasy hoops surprises, read the roundtable discussion in its entirety over at Lester’s Legends.

No CommentsPosted by Brian Spencer on Nov. 28, 2009 at 7:09pm in NBA, NBA Fantasy News

Happy Turducken Day from the ETB Team

November 26, 2009

Favre Turducken

No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell on Nov. 26, 2009 at 2:19pm in NFL

Fantasy Football – Week 12 RB Rankings

November 25, 2009

Kevin Smith

Ranks preview by Andrew Thell

It’s amazing what taking a few years off of football can do to rejuvenate the legs, isn’t it? Ricky Williams has been stellar all season, averaging far and away his career high in yards per carry at 5.3. He’s taken over full-time duties for the run-centric Dolphins the last two weeks and absolutely run with the opportunity: 42 carries, 4 receptions, 245 total yards and 3 TDs. The train rolls on this week as Ricky rolls into Buffalo to face off against perhaps the worst rush defense in football. The Bills are giving up 165.9 rushing yards a game and have given up 15 scores on the ground, both second-most in the NFL. This week they’ll once again be without starting DT Marcus Stroud, making it a dream matchup for one of the hottest RBs in football. Ricky Williams is an elite play this week. Bet you didn’t think we’d be saying that about the 32-year-old back when you drafted him. You have something to be thankful for, Williams owners.

Joining Williams are several other unlikely strong fantasy plays. Bernard Scott should have several huge plays on his way to a big game at home against division rival Cleveland. There’s every reason to believe Jason Snelling will keep the ball rolling at home against a Tampa Bay unit surrendering the most rushing yards in the NFL on Sunday. Justin Forsett, who has shown some real moves and the ability to hit small holes, will also be a must-start in St. Louis for most teams.

In fact, all three waiver-wire heroes are above Matt Forte in our rankings this week. Yes, the Matt Forte you used your 2-5 pick on this summer. Fantasy football is a bitch. We didn’t like Forte as much as most people on draft day, he’s simply not that talented or explosive a runner. Still, he’s a good receiver who managed over 1,700 total yards and 12 TDs as a rookie despite gaining just 3.9 yards a carry. Talent questions aside, the situation figured to be at least the same as last year, if not better with Jay Cutler in town, so he was a good pick. Jay Cutler’s incredibly inconsistency is partially to blame for the poor season, but the Chicago Bears offensive line has been simply horrendous this year and Forte is having a hard time compensating for his lack of skills with sheer volume of carries as a result.

This year the Bears featured back is putting up a pathetic 3.3 yards per carry, which has netted a paltry 51.6 rushing yards a game and he’s only managed 3 total TDs. This week Forte goes into Minnesota to face a defense that has only given up 3 TDs on the ground all season and is allowing just 85.5 rushing yards a game, third-fewest in the NFL. The Vikes figure to be ahead most of the game, have a talented trio of LBs and run-stuffing CB Antoine Winfield is scheduled to return, making Forte an even riskier bet than usual. There’s a chance you have better options.

Laurence Maroney hasn’t been especially impressive, but he’s getting the carries around the stripe for New England. We expect this to be a high-scoring affair and think Maroney should be good for a touchdown and some yardage against a mediocre (at best) Saints rushing defense that will once again be lacking their starting NT.

See also:
- Week 12 QB Rankings
- Week 12 WR Ranks
- Week 12 TE Rankings
- Week 12 DEF Rankings

Kevin Smith Photo Credit: Icon SMI

1. Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans vs. ARZ
2. Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings vs. CHI
3. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville Jaguars @ SF
4. Ricky Williams, Miami Dolphins @ BUF
5. Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens vs. PIT
6. DeAngelo Williams, Carolina Panthers @ NYJ
7. Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers vs. JAC
8. Steven Jackson, St. Louis Rams vs. SEA
9. Ryan Grant, Green Bay Packers @ DET
10. Bernard Scott, Cincinnati Bengals vs. CLE (Check Benson’s Status)
11. Marion Barber, Dallas Cowboys vs. OAK
12. Brandon Jacobs, New York Giants @ DEN
13. Thomas Jones, New York Jets vs. CAR
14. Jason Snelling, Atlanta Falcons vs. TB
15. Joseph Addai, Indianapolis Colts @ HOU

Running back rankings 16 through 37, after the jump…

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2 CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Nov. 25, 2009 at 3:00pm in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football – Week 12 WR Rankings

November 25, 2009

Reggie Wayne

Reggie Wayne Photo Credit: Icon SMI

Ranks Preview by Andrew Thell

It seems like Peyton Manning is starting to trust Pierre Garcon, despite some ill-timed drops, and that makes him a fine WR3/4 with upside in most formats going forward. Garcon has great playmaking abilities, and the Colts know he can stretch the field and open things up for Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark. If he keeps getting a high volume of looks Garcon will be a weekly candidate for huge plays and consistent yardage. Pierre has posted at least 50 yards in four straight now (including 6 for 108 last week and a TD the week before), and the matchup at Houston this week sets up nicely again.

Chris Chambers has seen a mini resurgence since joining the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this month. In three games he’s totaled 10 receptions for 249 yards and 2 TDs compared to just 9 receptions for 122 yards and 1 TD in his first seven games of the season with the San Diego Chargers. This week Chambers gets a chance to go into SD and get some revenge against the Bolts for cutting him earlier in the season. The Chiefs should be playing from behind often, and the revenge factor is always a nice angle, so we’re endorsing Chambers as a WR3 in deeper leagues.

Don’t let Terrell Owen’s explosion from last Sunday cloud your judgment. Before that 9-catch, 197-yard blowup the aging, depressing “star” wideout had only managed 26 catches and 1 TD in the previous eight games. He’s an option this week, but by no means a strong one.

Miles Austin stays inside our top-25 for the week, but his inability to shed doubles and respond to opponents game-planning for him the last few weeks is increasingly disconcerting. He’s merely a borderline WR2 right now.

The hits keep on coming for the Detroit defense. Starting strong safety Ko Simpson will miss Thursday’s game, leaving an already depleted secondary that much more vulnerable. The Lions already sport the worst secondary in the league, so you’ll obviously want to have Greg Jennings and Donald Driver in your lineups – and even James Jones makes for a solid speculative play for those in need of a WR4.

See also:
- Week 12 QB Rankings
- Week 12 RB Rankings
- Week 12 TE Rankings
- Week 12 DEF Rankings

1. Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts @ HOU
2. Randy Moss, New England Patriots @ NO
3. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals @ TEN
4. Andre Johnson, Houston Texans vs. IND
5. Vincent Jackson, San Diego Chargers vs. KC
6. Wes Welker, New England Patriots @ NO
7. Greg Jennings, Green Bay Packers @ DET
8. Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons vs. TB (Check Status)
9. Sidney Rice, Minnesota Vikings vs. CHI
10. Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals vs. CLE
11. Mike Sims-Walker, Jacksonville Jaguars @ SF
12. Anquan Boldin, Arizona Cardinals @ TEN
13. DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. WAS
14. Brandon Marshall, Denver Broncos vs. NYG
15. Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints vs. NE
16. Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers @ DET

WR rankings 17 through 42, after the jump…

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No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell and Brian Spencer on Nov. 25, 2009 at 2:15pm in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football – Week 12 TE Rankings

November 25, 2009

Antonio Gates

Antonio Gates Photo Credit: Icon SMI

Ranks Preview by Brian Spencer

You already know how we feel about anybody wearing Packers green this week: start ‘em, including emerging fantasy threat Jermichael Finley, who looks to finally be healthy and could be primed for a breakout run these final 5 weeks of the fantasy season. (I know we’re beating up on the Lions this week; for the record, I’m a lifelong Lions fan and would love to see them upset the Pack on Thanksgiving. But, well, it is what it is.)

All of the elite TEs have favorable matchups this week, though it’ll be interesting to see if Brent Celek can get involved against the Redskins: last time he faced the ‘Skins, in Week 7, he caught just 3 passes for a total of 8 yards. If you’re hurting for a plug-in play this week–and I’m looking at you, Jason “Game-time Decision” Witten owners–consider Lions rookie TE Brandon Pettigrew a sneaky play with upside, even without Matthew Stafford behind center.

The big, bruising first-round pick is starting to come into his own, with 15 catches for 165 yards and 2 TDs in the last three weeks, including the game-winning score with no time remaining on the clock against the Browns. This is a defense that TEs are exploiting: last week, Vernon Davis burned the Pack for 6 catches, 108 yards, and 1 TD, while in the past month the Bucs’ Kellen Winslow and the Vikings’ Visanthe Shiancoe have also found the endzone against Green Bay.

Daunte Culpepper does not inspire confidence, but given his preference to check down and the fact that Calvin Johnson probably won’t play, Pettigrew (and RB Kevin Smith) is the closest thing the Lions will have to a receiving threat. Keep expectations modest, but he’s a decent gamble if you’re in need.

See also:
- Week 12 QB Rankings
- Week 12 RB Rankings
- Week 12 WR Rankings
- Week 12 DEF Rankings

1. Dallas Clark, Indianapolis Colts @ HOU
2. Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers vs. KC
3. Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers vs. JAX
4. Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta Falcons vs. TB
5. Kellen Winslow, Tampa Bay Bucs @ ATL
6. Brent Celek, Philadelphia Eagles vs. WSH
7. Jermichael Finley, Green Bay Packers @ DET
8. Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys vs. OAK (Check Status)
9. Jeremy Shockey, New Orleans Saints vs. NE
10. Visanthe Shiancoe, Minnesota Vikings vs. CHI
11. Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers @ BAL
12. Kevin Boss, New York Giants @ DEN
13. Greg Olsen, Chicago Bears @ MIN
14. John Carlson, Seattle Seahawks @ STL
15. Brandon Pettigrew, Detroit Lions vs. GB
16. Zach Miller, Oakland Raiders @ DAL
17. Benjamin Watson, New England Patriots @ NO
18. Dustin Keller, New York Jets vs. CAR
19. Tony Scheffler, Denver Broncos vs. NYG
20. Todd Heap, Baltimore Ravens @ PIT

No CommentsPosted by Brian Spencer on Nov. 25, 2009 at 12:36pm in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football – Week 12 QB Rankings

November 25, 2009

Aaron RodgersRanks Preview by Brian Spencer

Aaron Rodgers’ Thanksgiving feast starts early this year, and the fattened turkey that is the Detroit Lions secondary is so juicy, so bountiful, that there probably won’t be any room left for dessert. As far as fantasy matchups go, it just doesn’t get any better for investors in the Packers’ passing attack than this.

Last Sunday we saw Cleveland Browns QB Brady Quinn, recognized as one of the league’s worst starting quarterbacks on literally the NFL’s worst offense, light the Lions up like a Christmas tree to the tune of 21-33 for 304 yards, 4 TDs, 0 INTs, and a staggering 133.1 QB Rating. Impressive, especially when you consider that in his previous four games combined, Quinn had thrown for 303 yards, 4 INTs, and 0 TDs.

So, yeah–expect big things from Rodgers Thursday morning. To make matters worse for the Lions, not only will they likely be without Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson on offense, the already razor-thin depth in the defensive secondary became stretched even further this week when starting SS Ko Simpson was ruled out with a knee injury. That forces somebody named Marvin White into a featured role. Good God.

See also:
- Week 12 RB Rankings
- Week 12 WR Rankings
- Week 12 TE Rankings
- Week 12 DEF Rankings

1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers @ DET
2. Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts @ HOU
3. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints vs. NE
4. Tom Brady, New England Patriots @ NO
5. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers vs. KC
6. Matt Schaub, Houston Texans vs. IND
7. Carson Palmer, Cincinnati Bengals vs. CLE
8. Brett Favre, Minnesota Vikings vs. CHI
9. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons vs. TB
10. Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia Eagles vs. WSH
11. Kurt Warner, Arizona Cardinals @ TEN
12. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers @ BAL
13. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens vs. PIT
14. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys vs. OAK
15. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears @ MIN
16. Eli Manning, New York Giants @ DEN
17. Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle Seahawks @ STL
18. Vince Young, Tennessee Titans vs. ARZ
19. Kyle Orton, Denver Broncos vs. NYG (Check Status)
20. Alex Smith, San Francisco 49ers vs. JAX
21. David Garrard, Jacksonville Jaguars @ SF
22. Josh Freeman, Tampa Bay Bucs @ ATL
23. Matt Cassel, Kansas City Chiefs @ SD

Aaron Rodgers Photo Credit: Icon SMI

No CommentsPosted by Brian Spencer on Nov. 25, 2009 at 11:42am in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Fantasy Football – Week 12 Defense Rankings

November 24, 2009

Packers DefenseRanks Preview by Brian Spencer

This might be the last week you see the solid Green Bay Packers DEF rated this highly on our weekly board. A top-10 fantasy play coming into this week’s juicy Thanksgiving matchup against the battered Detroit Lions, the Packers endured two big blows against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday when both DL Aaron Kampman (third on the team in sacks with 3.5) and CB Al Harris (third in interceptions with 2) succumbed to season-ending injuries. While neither were having standout seasons, these losses still hurt and the unit should be downgraded come Week 13 against the Baltimore Ravens.

But not this week. Though back in the day the Lions were always dangerous on Turkey Day, regardless of their record, they’ve lost their last five Thanksgiving games by an average of 23.4 points (though it’s perhaps worth noting that their last victory, in ’03, came at the Packers’ expense). As if the talent deck isn’t already stacked heavily in their opponents’ favor, Detroit will likely be without the services of Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson, the two pistons that power the offense. Without Stafford, they’ll turn to Daunte Culpepper. Without Johnson, they’ll turn to the dynamic trio of Bryant Johnson, Dennis Northcutt, and Derrick Williams.

We’ll let you put two and two together. By the way, random fact of the week (stop reading here, Lions fans): Sunday’s 38-37 come-from-behind win over the Cleveland Browns was only the second time since 1957 that a Detroit Lions team has come back from a 10+ point deficit to win.

See also:
- Week 12 QB Rankings
- Week 12 RB Rankings
- Week 12 WR Rankings
- Week 12 TE Rankings

1. Philadelphia Eagles vs. WSH
2. Green Bay Packers @ DET
3. Minnesota Vikings vs. CHI
4. Cincinnati Bengals vs. CLE
5. San Diego Chargers vs. KC
6. Dallas Cowboys vs. OAK
7. Baltimore Ravens vs. PIT
8. New York Giants @ DEN
9. Pittsburgh Steelers @ BAL
10. Miami Dolphins @ BUF
11. Carolina Panthers @ NYJ
12. New Orleans Saints vs. NE
13. Atlanta Falcons vs. TB
14. Denver Broncos vs. NYG
15. Seattle Seahawks @ STL

Green Bay Packers Defense Photo Credit: Icon SMI

No CommentsPosted by Brian Spencer on Nov. 24, 2009 at 1:49pm in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

Reading is Great! Today’s NBA Rumors, Updates, and SNF Wardrobe Malfunctions

November 23, 2009

Yao Ming Makes Reading Fun!

- Ball Don’t Lie – Kelly Dwyer’s daily Behind the Box Score is a morning must-read.
- Yahoo! Sports – Tracy McGrady feels like an old pair of shoes in Houston.
- Newsday – That said, the Knicks might be willing to try on those old shoes.
- Full-Court Press – Good things are happening when the Pistons go small.
- TrueHoop – Maybe Steve Nash wasn’t a product of Mike D’Antoni’s system after all.
- Nets Are Scorching – At 0-13, the Nets have no reason not to turn to Sean Williams.
- CelticsBlog – Disappointed Celtics fans pointing the finger of blame at Father Time.
- NBA FanHouse – Rasheed Wallace still loves the three-point shot…
- With Malice… – … while Kobe Bryant is still making circus shots. (Wow.)
- The Fabulous Forum – Kings announcer wonders if Hamed Haddadi is related to Borat.
- NBA.com – Are the wheels (already) coming off the Washington Wizards wagon?
- Both Teams Played Hard – Coming out of the closet for Dwyane Wade.
- Third Quarter Collapse – Who needs Jameer Nelson when you have Jason Williams?
- Hoops Addict – Ryan McNeill catches up with Pops Mensah-Bonsu, aka “The Legend.”
- BallHype – Finally, Devin Hester experiences a wardrobe malfunction on SNF:

No CommentsPosted by Brian Spencer on Nov. 23, 2009 at 12:16pm in NBA

Fantasy Football – Week 11 WR Rankings

November 19, 2009

Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson Photo Credit: Icon SMI

Ranks Preview by Andrew Thell

What are we going to do with you, Calvin Johnson? One season after his massive 78-reception, 1,331-yard, 12-TD, 17.1-YPC sophomoe campaign the Detroit Lions phenom has been held to just 32 receptions, 436 yards and 1 TD. One. It was thought the 6-5 physical freak out of Georgia Tech was immune to quarterback tumult after producing last season regardless of who was under center, but a combination of poor QB play and injury have continued to render your second-round pick the biggest bust in fantasy football this season.

But if you’ve managed to stay fantasy viable despite Megatron’s performance thus far, and you didn’t manage to move him for a fair price, then you have no other choice but to continue to roll with him. Last week’s 8-catch, 84-yard game showed plenty of encouraging signs and it doesn’t get much better than a home matchup against the Browns … except for maybe that home matchup against the Rams a few weeks ago that he sat out.

The double-teams are starting to come for Miles Austin after his midseason breakout, and he’s responded with just 5 receptions for 69 yards in the last two contests, including the key touchdown grab against Philadelphia two weeks ago. It’s opened the door for Roy Williams to see single coverage nearly every down, and he had a big game last week, but we still don’t feel too comfortable recommending the lethargic Roy. Austin will have to prove he can beat the doubles and he faces a surprisingly decent secondary in the Redskins this week, pushing him as low as he’s been on our rankings in a month.

Like every other week, one of the NFL’s top wide receivers draws the Darrelle Revis Treatment this week. And like every other week, you don’t even hesitate to start Randy Moss.

Malcom Floyd has struggled in his initial attempts at the WR2 position in San Diego, but he’s too talented and big and this passing offense is too strong to ignore Floyd. You’ll have to be cautious this week, but he’s a fine gamble as a flex play if you need him.

See also:
- Week 11 QB Ranks
- Week 11 RB Ranks
- Week 11 TE Rankings
- Week 11 DEF Ranks

1. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals @ STL
2. Andre Johnson, Houston Texans vs. TEN
3. Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts @ BAL
4. Randy Moss, New England Patriots vs. NYJ
5. Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints @ TB
6. Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons @ NYG
7. Vincent Jackson, San Diego Chargers @ DEN
8. Sidney Rice, Minnesota Vikings vs. SEA
9. DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles @ CHI
10. Brandon Marshall, Denver Broncos vs. SD
11. Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals @ OAK
12. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions vs. CLE
13. Wes Welker, New England Patriots vs. NYJ
14. Greg Jennings, Green Bay Packers vs. SF
15. Anquan Boldin, Arizona Cardinals @ STL
16. Steve Smith, New York Giants vs. ATL

WR rankings 17 through 42, after the jump…

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No CommentsPosted by Andrew Thell on Nov. 19, 2009 at 9:53am in Fantasy Rankings, NFL, NFL Fantasy News

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