WR Braylon Edwards NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Braylon Edwards posted another disappointing season after he had so much success in 2007. No one can deny Edwards ability but his lack of concentration to catch the football and overall numbers have made many fantasy owners turn their back to this promising player.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Looking at the Cleveland Browns situation this offseason it’s a really good thing Edwards left that town last season. Mark Sanchez is still young and maturing, but he is a much better option than Jake Delhomme or Seneca Wallace.
With the addition of Santonio Holmes this offseason Edwards is being asked to lineup in various spots this year. Since Holmes is suspended for the first month of the season Edwards will need to make the most of his opportunities to collect his stats in a contract season.
Edwards is worth holding onto for your team, but I wouldn’t recommend you start him, unless you’re in a deep league that forces you to start three or more receivers. Even though Sanchez is getting better the Jets have the 5th hardest schedule to pass against and Edwards will probably be inconsistent once again.
– Potential Touchdown Maker
– Tone Of Ability
– Winning Team
– 5th Hardest Schedule To Pass Against
– Santonio Holmes
– Lacks Focus At Times
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Braylon Edwards
Braylon Edwards | New York Jets | No. 17 | WR
Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 | Born: 2/21/1983
2009 games played 16 | games started 15
2010 Experience: 6th Year
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 7): Lions, Colts, Texans
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Projected Rankings Against the Pass And Schedule Link For Braylon Edwards Found Below.
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