Doug Baldwin
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By Michael White, Seahawks Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 7:48pm EDT

After analyzing Doug Baldwin's 2013 season in it's entirety, Football Outsiders sees a number one receiver in the making. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: With the departure of Golden Tate and the retirement of Sidney Rice, newly extended Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin will step in as a clear starter on the outside from day one of training camp. Baldwin has the ability to create separation at the line of scrimmage and his ball skills are a sight to behold. Defenses will have to account for Percy Harvin every single play, which should open up more opportunities for Baldwin to exploit favorable matchups with his quick first step and route running ability. New offensive weapons and increased chemistry with his quarterback Russell Wilson should result in Baldwin greatly exceeding his current ADP of 140.

The New York Times | Jul 25th
Turned in a 37th ranked fantasy WR season in 2013. An uptick in targets possible in 2014.
Breaking Football | Jul 24th
Could improve on last year's numbers thanks to the guys ahead of him never staying healthy. No Golden Tate obviously helps, too.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Solid flex option in deeper leagues
EDSFootball | May 29th
The Seahawks and wide receiver Doug Baldwin have agreed to a two-year extension that will keep him under contract through the 2016 season. More on Doug Baldwin’s 3-year, $13M deal. It’s $5.45M average per year in new money, and can be worth up to $6.5M per year with incentives— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 29, 2014 Baldwin had a career-best season in 2013 with 50 receptions fo...