Dolphins Football: Ted Ginn Jr. is Progressing Well
Last year really helped Ted Ginn Jr’s fantasy value coming into this season as he got a full season in as a starting receiver on a winning. Ginn was also helped by the fact that he now has a capable quarterback (Chad Pennington) and rock solid supporting cast around him.
The third season in a receivers progression is usually the year he breaks out and truly establishes himself in the NFL. While Ted has not posted more then two touchdowns in a single year, one has to believe he will go past that number this season.
Good supporting Cast
With a running game people have to respect and the “wildcat” offense in place for explosive plays look for the Dolphins to exploit teams down the field. When it comes to long balls one can only think of Ginn as he is truly the speed burner on this team.
Chad Pennington may not have the strongest arm but he is a precise passer. Chad should be more comfortable in the the Dolphins offense now that he has had a full off-season with the team.
First Preseason Game
It looks as if Ginn was ready to hold onto the starting No.1 role in the first game of the year. He had two nice receptions and looked good on one end around rushing play where he picked up a nice gain.
You can tell the light is starting to come on for this young receiver as he now looks confident in his decision making. This offseason was also the first full offseason that Chad and Ted have had to work together and I believe that should benefit him as well.
Fantasy Football Information for Ted Ginn Jr
Look for this talented burner to post at least 950 yards and 5 touchdowns in his third year out of Ohio State. That may not seem like much but remember this kid has great ability’s once the ball is in his hands. By next season Ginn should be in line to have a better year than in this one. That is as long as the quarterback play remains solid.
Look for Ginn in the later part of the middle rounds. He will make for a nice No.3 receiver this season.
Fantasy Football Information Writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com