Poll: Which Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Do You Trust Most in 2014?
If you had the opportunity in fantasy drafts to choose one of these top wide receivers as your WR1 option, who would you select between Dez Bryant, A.J. Green and Brandon Marshall
Dez Bryant, Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys ranked sixth in fantasy points in 2013 with 93 receptions, 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns. Bryant was fortunate to have 93 receptions from quarterback Tony Romo, who passed for 1,100 yards less than he did in 2012. If Romo’s passing yards keep decreasing, Bryant will suffer. However, the contrary may be in store for Romo where Bryant could see 100-plus targets, nudging him into top-five fantasy territory.
Ambitious, but it could go like this for Dez..
Dez Bryant my first pick in fantasy football. He gonna have a bigger season than Calvin Johnson.
— Summer Breeze (@JonTreySummers) July 28, 2014
A.J. Green, Wide Receiver Cincinnati Bengals ranked fourth in fantasy points in 2013 with 98 receptions, 1,426 yards and 11 touchdowns. Green has improved in each of his three seasons with the Bengals, however, can we count on quarterback Andy Dalton to continue to produce without offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, who instilled a pass-heavy game plan?
Some are obviously big on Green..
Top 5 NFL receivers: Megatron Larry Fitz A.J. Green Andre Johnson Julio Jones
— Keith X ✊ (@TuckOnTheRise) July 28, 2014
Brandon Marshall, Wide Receiver, Chicago Bears ranked fifth in fantasy points in 2013 with 100 receptions, 1,295 yards and 12 touchdowns. I don’t know how Marshall does it year after year, nevertheless, he continues to put up stellar numbers despite quarterback Jay Cutler’s inconsistencies. With Alshon Jeffery emerging as a threat, will Marshall still reward top-five fantasy points?
Maybe you leave your choice to fate..
Brandon Marshall just walked by me in the hallway, we made eye contact. When the fantasy football gods send you a sign u take it #melkercup
— Kevin Phillips (@TheRealKphiL) July 29, 2014
So, now it’s time to vote for which of these three wide receivers you would trust to ring in top-notch fantasy points once again in 2014.