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The NFL has changed to a pass first league. Just in the last 5 years we have seen quarterback passing yardage records and passing touchdown records get shuddered. It isn’t crazy to see quarterbacks to throw for over 4,000 yards and even 5,000 yards in a season. It has become normal to see quarterbacks throw for 35 touchdowns or more in a season, 5 quarterbacks did it last and Russel Wilson threw 34. All this is to show that it is great to be a wide receiver in the NFL right now.
Just like we did with quarterbacks and running backs, I am going to give you the Do and Don’ts when approaching the wide receiver position in Fantasy football. I am going to skip the “know your league scoring system” section because by now hopefully you have read the other articles and know the importance in knowing it.
Do Draft Wide Receiver in First Round.
Don’t think Wide Receivers don’t Bust.
Do Start Wide Receivers in Flex.
Don’t Wait Too Long to Take Your WR1.
Do Draft Wide Receivers with Great Quarterbacks.
Don’t Draft Desean Jackson as a WR2
Do Start Second Wide Receivers in Good Offenses.
Don’t be afraid of Josh Gordon.
Do Take at Least One Late Flyer on the Wide Receiver Position.
Don’t Overvalue this year’s` Rookie Class of Wide Receivers.