Posted: 9/11/2012 11:50:17 PM
1. Alshon Jeffery (Marshall gonna soon get so much attention, theyre gonna double team him. Knox is out, and I've heard nothing but great things about Jeffery.) He already hit a 42 yd TD in week 1. His potential seems to be the best, and in the best spot.
2. Stephen Hill (I would never even consider a NYJ WR but I guess this is how much I feel the other two won't help you. I don't trust Sanchez and that offense when it comes to the air on a consistent basis. However, NYJ is amped up about this guy. They took him 2nd overall, actually moved up 4 spots for him in last years draft for. He has great college numbers considering he was at Georgia Tech a school that barely ever threw the ball. Also, week 1 he had 5 rec 90 yrds and 2 TDs. Also, Burress and Holmes getting older unsure how much they'll have in the tank later in the season).
3. Ogletree (His week 1 numbers were huge, however, it was one game. We all see the hype some players on waiver wires get after a one hit wonder week. Ogletree has been in the NFL since 2009 and is behind two studs in Austin and Bryant, not to mention Witten. He's always gonna be a second option I feel for Romo. I just feel one game is way to much to built on this guy. Let's also factor in his history and call a spade a spade. If I'm wrong, I;m wrong, but history shows with these kinda players and random outbreak performances that they usually are just that, a one hit thing.)
4. Aldrick Robinson (Everything is against this guy having any sort of decent numbers. He was drafted 7th rd outta SMU, not that thats a problem, but it kinda shows you right there the expectations on this guy. He plays for Shanahan a running guru. He plays with RG3 a rookie- although Newton was too, but still a rookie QB, and he plays alongside Santana Moss, Pierre Garcon, and Fred Davis. I feel washingtons numbers all together were skewed week 1 due to their oppenent and their defence. Also, Shanahan knew he had to put up points to keep up with Brees and NOLA. Don't think that'll be a regular occurence for the Redskins).
Again, those are my 4 in order of who and why I'd draft them in week 2. I may be wrong, some people may disagree but I think long term 1. and 2. will be your best bets.