Who Should I Draft (PPR)?

Mike Wallace or Roddy White (2014)

Expert Pick %
95%
5%
ECR
# 15
# 27
Best
# 5
# 14
Worst
# 36
# 50
Ave Projection (?)
16.4
13.2
Best
19.5
17.2
Worst
11.9
10.9
Expert Pick %
95%
5%
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ECR
# 15
# 27
Best
# 5
# 14
Worst
# 36
# 50
Mike Rigz
Gridiron Experts
15
14
Dawgmatica
Pyromaniac
14
15
Jon Collins
Fantasy Sports LR
15
18
Rich Hribar
XN Sports
11
18
Alessandro Miglio
FootballGuys
24
19
Mike Harmon
Swollen Dome
18
19
Patrick Thorman
Pro Football Focus
10
20
Austin Lee
FootballGuys
14
20
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
36
20
Micah James
FFMagicMan
14
20
Sean Koerner
STATS
18
20
Kevin Hanson
EDSFootball
11
21
Maurile Tremblay
FootballGuys
16
21
KJ
Fantasy Team Advice
25
22
David Dodds
FootballGuys
16
22
Matt De Lima
FFToolbox
5
22
Ryan Hodge
ProjectRoto
16
22
Raju Byfield
Win My Fantasy League
11
22
Mike Clay
Pro Football Focus
15
23
Bob Henry
FootballGuys
14
23
Jeff Haseley
FootballGuys
13
23
C.D. Carter
XN Sports
13
23
Bill Enright
FFChamps
25
23
Jason Longfellow
Razzball
22
23
Jeff Brubach
The Fake Football
14
23
John Halpin
Fox Sports
17
23
Matt Smith
NFL.com
15
24
Scott Pianowski
Yahoo! Sports
10
24
Michael Pichan
Fantasy Alarm
15
24
Jake Ciely
RotoExperts
12
24
Brett Talley
The Fantasy Fix
16
24
Tony Mauriello
ProjectRoto
13
24
Davis Mattek
Sports Wunderkind
31
24
Marc Caviglia
Bruno Boys
6
24
Joseph Dolan
Fantasy Guru
15
24
Staff Rankings
RosterWatch
10
24
Michael Fabiano
NFL.com
15
25
Adam Rank
NFL.com
19
25
Addison Witt
Fantasy Team Advice
23
25
Salvatore Stefanile
XN Sports
10
25
Staff Rankings
DavidGonos.com
12
25
Jim McCormick
ESPN
11
25
Alan Harrison
The Fantasy Fix
12
25
Terrance Bridgett
ProjectRoto
21
31
Russell Clay
Dynasty League Football
16
25
Russ Bliss
Fantasy Football Starters
14
25
Smitty
Fantasy Football Starters
18
25
Doug Orth
FFToday
10
25
Cory Bonini
USA Today
15
25
Jeff Ratcliffe
Pro Football Focus
11
26
Bryan Fontaine
RotoGrinders
11
26
Sablich Brothers
The NY Times
15
26
Justin Boone
The Score
13
26
Pat Fitzmaurice
The Football Girl
14
26
Jeff Boggis
Fantasy Football Empire
17
26
Chet Gresham
The Fake Football
10
26
Paul Greco
Paul Greco Sports
17
26
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
13
26
Seth Klein
Razzball
17
26
Sean Morris
Bruno Boys
12
26
Ross Miles
Pro Football Focus
15
27
Kyle Wachtel
Forensic Fantasy
13
27
Ben Standig
CSN Washington
11
27
Tommy Rowan
Juan Elway
17
27
Tom Schriner
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19
27
Antonio DArcangelis
FFToday
15
27
Emil Kadlec
Football Diehards
26
27
Staff Composite
NFL.com
18
28
Brendan Donahue
EDSFootball
13
28
Matt Waldman
FootballGuys
13
28
Dennis Esser
Coach Esser
14
28
David Gonos
DavidGonos.com
16
28
Adrian Pereira
eDraft
16
28
Cedric Hopkins
Field & Court
16
28
Des Bieler
The Washington Post
15
28
Huseyin Aksu
Fantasy Couch
17
28
Nick Vertucci
Sundays Are For Football
15
29
Scott Whitfield
Roto Rankings
9
29
Ryan Rufe
RotoBaller
16
29
Jason Willan
Gridiron Experts
14
29
Staff Rankings
2MugsFF
9
29
Jeff Collins
Fantasy Contrarians
18
29
Marcus Grant
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24
30
Akbar Gbaja-Biamila
NFL.com
23
30
Sean Beazley
EDSFootball
19
30
Sigmund Bloom
FootballGuys
11
30
Staff Rankings
FFToolbox
11
30
Zach Wilkens
RotoBaller
16
30
Joe Bond
Fantasy Six Pack
13
30
Ken Zalis
Pressbox
16
30
Jody Smith
Gridiron Experts
13
30
Staff Rankings
ESPN
18
30
Ryan Noonan
The Fantasy Fix
13
30
Dan Clasgens
Get Sports Info
15
30
Jason Smith
NFL.com
21
31
Eric Mack
Bleacher Report
17
31
Mike Tagliere
Tags Fantasy Football
14
31
Tozzi Brothers
Legion Report
12
31
Staff Rankings
Fantasy Knuckleheads
20
31
Nathan Miller
Revelation Sports
11
31
Brent Namejko
Fantasy Smack Talk
14
31
Greg Smith
The Fake Football
12
31
Ryan Boser
LeagueSafePost
12
31
Nate Hodges
Pro Football Focus
14
32
Tom Poisal
Top Tier Football
26
32
Scott Cullen
TSN
22
32
Dave McKay
The Fantasy Sports Brain
22
33
Matthew Hill
Fantasy Team Advice
21
33
Dan Yanotchko
EDSFootball
18
33
R.J. White
Fantasy Football Cafe
16
33
James Hatfield
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru
19
34
Gene Wang
The Washington Post
14
34
Brian Dezelske
Fake Pigskin
14
34
Nick Raducanu
ProjectRoto
16
36
Jeff Paur
RTSports
20
36
Wayne Bretsky
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8
37
Kelly Smelser
Punch Drunk Wonderland
17
38
Dave Major
XN Sports
26
39
Joshua Kay
The Fantasy Fix
20
39
The FFGhost
Dynasty League Football
18
45
Muntradamus
Beast Dome
5
45
Steve Olson
StatSims
11
50
Ave Projection (?)
16.4
13.2
Best
19.5
17.2
Worst
11.9
10.9
Receptions
5.4
4.7
Rec Yards
73.6
65.1
Rec TDs
0.6
0.3
Ave Targets / Game
7.5
8.9
Total Targets
98.0
142.0
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
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.
I think a new offensive coordinator will benefit Wallace, but until the Miami offense shows more, I cannot rank him higher than a WR3. He is dealing with a hamstring injury, but it is not believed to be serious.
  
Raju Byfield
Win My Fantasy League
Will likely push for WR1 numbers this season
Wallace looks like a shoe-in for top 20 numbers
  
Pat Fitzmaurice
The Football Girl
Numbers apt to rebound after an injury-marred 2013.
Expect a bounceback after a disappointing 2013.
  
Chet Gresham
The Fake Football
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.
Wallace should be used more in the slot and in different formations this season to keep him from becoming predictable like he was last season. He is a good candidate for a bounce back if that's the case.
  
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
Simply could not stay healthy last year. Hopefully his ankle woes are behind him and he can return to dominance.
There is still untapped upside here, especially with the Miami offense changing. Hopefully he's properly utilized now.
  
Tom Schriner
FFLockerRoom
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
Wallace finished the year with 73 catches for 930 yards and a career-low five touchdowns. But over the final 6 games of the season he had 29 catches for 396 yards and 4 touchdowns, scoring at least 14 standard Fantasy points in 3 of those outings. The hope is new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will help Wallace maximize his skills, but Wallace also has to prove he’s more than just a deep threat. Wallace also showed last year that when he was involved he was productive. He had at least 9 targets in 9 games and he finished with at least 8 standard Fantasy points in 7 of those contests.
  
Staff Rankings
2MugsFF
Very underrated this year. WR1 you can grab in round 4.
 
  
Tozzi Brothers
Legion Report
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.
Wallace surprisingly finished 27th among Fantasy WRs last season despite the disconnect with QB Ryan Tannehill. Enter new OC Bill Lazor. Lazor’s main goal is to get Wallace the ball, even if that means moving him everywhere around the field. Last season Dolphins OC Sherman kept Wallace strictly on the right side of the field where he ran mostly go-routes, which created room for other Dolphins receivers, singling Wallace out. “I think I’ll get to run everything,” includes Wallace. “I’ll be a more complete wide receiver rather than a one-dimensional guy.” The 6 foot 220 receiver has reportedly been “the last one off the field” and wants to succeed in the new Dolphins lineup. Lazor was with the Philadelphia Eagles Chip Kelly last season where we all saw a career out of WR DeSean Jackson. Mike Wallace is ideally a bigger version of DeSean Jackson’s 5’10, 175 pound frame. Jackson caught 82 balls for 1332 yards and 9 TD’s last season under Lazor’s offense.Wallace gets a bad Minnesota Pass Defense in the Fantasy Championship Week – we’re viewing Mike Wallace as a Comeback/Breakout Candidate in 2014 in fully healthy.
  
James Hatfield
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru
He is continuing to decline in his upside and should be good for nearly 1,000 yards and 5 TDs.
He will repeat his 2013 performance of nearly 1,000 yards and 5 TDs.