Wes Welker
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FFLockerRoom | Jul 28th
He started the 2013 season with a 6-game scoring streak, scoring a total of 8 touchdowns over that span, along with producing at least 9 standard Fantasy points in 8 straight games. Then came DenverÂ’s bye in Week 9, and Welker fell apart. He had just one game with double digits in Fantasy points in his final five outings before missing the last three games of the year with a concussion. I have Welker a bit higher then the majority of others but I still consider Welker a No. 2 Fantasy receiver worth drafting as early as Round 4 or 5 but I like his upside this year if he can remain healthy. If he can stay healthy for 16 games you could be looking at 80-plus receptions, 1,000-plus yards and at least 8 touchdowns.
Breaking Football | Jul 27th
Should continue to be a PPR machine in this offense. No Decker helps.
The New York Times | Jul 27th
Decker's departure could free up some more targets this year.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
Will push for WR1 numbers when healthy
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
PPR leaguers favorite selection. He will now where the concussion helmet so hoping he remains on the field all of 2014.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Concussions caught up with Welker this year and he scored only one touchdown from Week 10 to Week 17. I would be concerned about drafting a 33-year old receiver high that has a significant concussion history.