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By Clinton Ho, Bengals Correspondent, Fri, Jul 18th 7:47pm

A.J. Green, stand-up guy, isn’t talking about Andy Dalton’s 56.2 passer rating in the postseason. He’s looking at his own line of 161 yards and no touchdowns in three playoff games. A line that the other Bengals starting wide receiver, Marvin Jones, bests with 164 yards in two playoff games. "If I play well, the team plays well,” Green said Thursday. “I’ve got to give them that spark in the playoffs and I haven’t done that the whole three years.” (Source: Bengals.com)

Fantasy Impact: Since coming into the league, A.J. Green has become one of the top fantasy wide receivers in the league. With Hue Jackson now as the offensive coordinator, Green will be challenged to become even better which could be a dangerous combination considering he's already one of the best. His fantasy production this year should at the minimum, match his production from last year.

Fantasy Football Empire | Jul 22nd
11 receiving TDs, 2 years in a row. Green added almost 10 pounds to his frame in the off season, which will allow him to be a more viable red zone threat this season.
Breaking Football | Jul 21st
He's right up there with Megatron and Dalton has tunnel vision on him for days. Not much not to like here.
The New York Times | Jul 21st
No-brainer top 4 fantasy WR heading into 2014.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
An outstanding pick for 2014 and should be on your list to use with your pick in the first round.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
Green set career highs in receptions (98) and yards (1,426) this past season, and matched his previous career high in touchdowns (11). Green continues to improve with QB Andy Dalton year after year, look for Green and Dalton to improve on a productive 2013.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Green finished the 2013 season with 98 receptions for 1,426 yards and 11 receiving touchdowns. He should be a dominant fantasy receiver for the next decade and is entering a contract year.
Yahoo! Sports | May 29th
Good luck finding a fantasy expert who doesn't rank Calvin Johnson atop the field at wide receiver. 'Tron owns the single-season yardage record, he's given us double-digit touchdowns in three of the past four years, and he's still only 28. He's the man at his position, no question. But who's the next man? OK, now that's a real debate. Three gurus surveyed, top three answers on the board. Let's pl...