Roddy White
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Breaking Football | Aug 21st
Simply could not stay healthy last year. Hopefully his ankle woes are behind him and he can return to dominance.
The New York Times | Aug 21st
Top 10 WR once fully healed in '13, poor defense will force tons of air time in '14.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 21st
He is continuing to decline in his upside and should be good for nearly 1,000 yards and 5 TDs.
The Football Girl | Aug 21st
Numbers apt to rebound after an injury-marred 2013.
Legion Report | Aug 21st
We’re giving the 2013 version of Roddy White a Mulligan. The second half of the season a healthy Roddy White finished off his last 5 games averaging 8.6 catches for 100.4 yards. Although there’s now a Three Wide Receiver Set and a healthy WR1 Julio Jones and WR3 Harry Douglas, we still believe Roddy White can put up true WR2 numbers in a team that will face many shootouts due to a poor 2014 Atlanta Defense.
The Fake Football | Aug 20th
White played hurt for much of last season and without Julio Jones on the other side. This should be a bounceback year for the veteran in an offense that will throw the ball a whole bunch this year.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
There’s some optimism that White, 32, can regain most of his form and be a strong contributor to a Falcons offense that desperately needs him considering the retirement of Tony Gonzalez. In fact he might end up being a very good draft value as a No.2 or No.3 receiver considering the amount of targets he is very likely to pick up. White has a TON of upside and potential if he can get back to that elite level of play. At one point from 2007 thru 2012, White was Mr.Consistency, producing 1,150-plus yards in each of those 6 seasons while racking up at least 80 receptions per season as well, along with 7-plus touchdowns in 5 of those 6 seasons
2MugsFF | Aug 19th
Very underrated this year. WR1 you can grab in round 4.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 19th
Fought thru injuries in '13, but was top 10 fantasy WR over final 5 weeks as his health returned
Gridiron Experts | Aug 19th
Greatness can be a fragile thing. From the decline of the Roman Empire to legendary boxer Mike Tyson getting upset by James “Buster” Douglas, once you’re the king of the hill the only place to go is down. To say that Roddy White has been a disappointment thus far would be an understatement. Zhan Mourning | Is Roddy White Still A PPR Asset? - Gridiron Experts [[ This is a content...
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
White should benefit from not having to play the entire season without a high ankle sprain, but I think he is on the downside of his NFL career. I view him as a very ordinary WR3 to WR4 option that is unlikely to produce the big numbers he did earlier in his career.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
Will likely push for WR1 numbers this season
ESPN | Aug 8th
Which former elite fantasy wide receiver is the better value for 2014?
EDSFootball | Jul 24th
About to enter the final year of his deal, wide receiver Roddy White has agreed to a four-year extension with the Falcons, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. A high-ankle sprain and knee injury led to a disappointing overall season last year as White finished with 63 receptions for 711 yards and three touchdowns as he missed three games, the first three of his nine-year career. At the beginning of the s...
KFFL | Jul 8th
Does Jamaal Charles rule the roost? Plus, which wide receiver does Tim prefer?
EDSFootball | Jun 29th
#459553023 / Extremely durable and consistently productive are two phrases that have long been associated with Falcons wide receiver Roddy White. To a certain degree, however, it was his previous durability that hurt his productivity in 2013. Before the 2013 season, White had never missed a regular-season game in his previous eight NFL seasons (2005 to 2012). Sustaining a hi...