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Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 47 622 4
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Year Age Tm G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2007 23 NYG 13 2 9 118 13.1 2 23 0.7 9.1
2008 24 NYG 15 15 33 384 11.6 6 28 2.2 25.6
2009 25 NYG 15 15 42 567 13.5 5 35 2.8 37.8
2010 26 NYG 15 13 35 531 15.2 5 54 2.3 35.4
2011 27 OAK 13 11 28 368 13.1 3 35 2.2 28.3
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Welcome to Kevin Boss fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of Kevin Boss player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for fantasy football.

Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

While Kevin Boss will take over in Zach Miller’s old spot at tight end with the Raiders, I’m not sold that his fantasy value has increased. Boss should get more looks in the Raiders offense, as they are desperate for someone to be more of a possession pass catcher in this offense, but this touchdown totals probably won’t go higher than five on the season.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 47 622 4

June 2011

The Giants tight end Kevin Boss continues to be a good option for Eli Manning in the passing game and a waiver wire consideration if you’re in need of help in a pinch. That said, Boss may find one season in his career where he outproduces his previous totals but look to his numbers over the past three years as the norm of what you should expect.

New York’s passing game will thrive off of the success of their receiving core as Hakeem Nicks and Mario Manningham figure to start this season. Boss may find a little more production early on, as Steve Smith (free agent but expected back) will likely start the season on the PUP list. Don’t look forward to Boss as an option worth drafting, unless you’re in a league that is deeper than 14 teams.

2010 Preview

Kevin Boss is a nice compliment to the Giants’ offense, but he’s not a guy you want starting every week in fantasy. Look to Boss as a quick fix’s player during the season.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Kevin Boss continued to show improvement in his third season as he finished with career highs in receptions and yardage. While his overall stats aren’t enough to be a regular fantasy football option, if he continues to show improvement this year he will be close.

For the season Boss finished with 42 receptions, 567 yards and five touchdowns. What was impressive about Boss is that he did all this with a bad ankle sprain he suffered week four.

Audio: TE Kevin Boss | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Boss had ankle surgery this offseason but should be a full go by the time training camp begins. While Boss isn’t one of Eli Manning’s top targets in the passing game, he does keep him involved most weeks, and he is a decent target in the red zone.

Coming into your fantasy draft Boss isn’t worth much for drafting as he would make for a backup on your team at best. Still, look forward to Boss as a nice waiver wire pickup for a bye week pinch as he has a good quarterback and can be productive.


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