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2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: The 49ers have a lot to work on as their opening preseason game was a joke, and the offensive line couldn’t pass block if their lives depended on it. Alex Smith looked horrible and Coach Jim Harbaugh went as far as to say that there is still competition for the starting job, and Smith is going against two rookies.

The only reason Smith is still with this team is because of the lockout, and I believe we will see rookie Colin Kaepernick in as the starter by October, as 49ers fans will be booing Smith by the second regular-season game. Call me a pessimist but I don’t like Braylon Edwards odds of provide decent fantasy value this year, but he should help this offense as much as new receiver can, on a bad passing team. Don’t look to Edwards as an option to target on draft day, and that’s too bad because I liked what I saw from Edwards last year, but this is a bad situation.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 62 948 6
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Year Age Tm G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2005 22 CLE 10 7 32 512 16.0 3 80 3.2 51.2
2006 23 CLE 16 15 61 884 14.5 6 75 3.8 55.3
2007* 24 CLE 16 16 80 1289 16.1 16 78 5.0 80.6
2008 25 CLE 16 16 55 873 15.9 3 70 3.4 54.6
2009 26 2TM 16 15 45 680 15.1 4 65 2.8 42.5
NYJ 12 11 35 541 15.5 4 65 2.9 45.1
CLE 4 4 10 139 13.9 0 24 2.5 34.8
2010 27 NYJ 16 15 53 904 17.1 7 74 3.3 56.5
2011 28 SFO 9 5 15 181 12.1 0 24 1.7 20.1
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To help you get ready for draft day you will notice articles for ADP advice, cheat sheets, mock drafts and projected stats for Brent Celek here. During the season, you can also find regular weekly ranking articles at this section as well.

Welcome to Brent Celek fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of Celek’s player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for fantasy football.

2012, Summer: Fantasy Projection

Brent Celek can be a dependable starter in deep leagues, if the game scripts call for him to be an active player. I’m a little concerned he may have to stay in and block more often with star right tackle Jason Peters lost for the year.

Only time will tell, but if you land Celek as your TE2 on draft day, that would be a fair value.

Receptions Yards TD
2013 Projected Stats 56 705 4

June 2011

After a breakout season in 2009, Brent Celek’s role in the Eagles offense seemed to change as Michael Vick took over and Jeremy Maclin and LeSean McCoy became bigger parts of the offense. Don’t expect a bounce back season from Celek as he’s bulked up to become a better blocker (running game, protect Vick) and that makes him a top 20 tight end at best.

2010 Preview

Brent Celek had a breakout season last year almost 1,000 yards receiving and eight touchdowns. With Donovan McNabb gone, Celek should still have a good fantasy season but his draft value will take a hit.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Brent Celek was a fantasy breakout waiting to happen as we saw him evolve in the Eagles passing game late the year before. Breakout Celek did as he posted almost 1,000 yards receiving and eight touchdowns on the season.

A productive, healthy season made Celek one of the better options at tight end a fantasy owner could have for the 2009 season.

Audio: TE Brent Celek | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Like all pass catchers for the Eagles, we will have to find out if they can still be productive with Donovan McNabb now gone from the team. Kevin Kolb is slated to take over as the team starter as he’s projected to be a strong quarterback in short to mid range accuracy than McNabb.

At the same time, Kolb doesn’t have the arm to throw the deep ball like McNabb but that shouldn’t hurt Celek. Most of the time a coach isn’t going to ask his tight end to run a deep pattern, especially when they already have DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin.

For my money, I believe Celek has a better chance to remain productive over Jackson because he is still the biggest target on the field for touchdown opportunities inside the red zone. With an accurate Kolb, the team should move the football in the West Coast offense all year.

Young quarterbacks do tend to struggle converting touchdowns from a close range in their first year or so in the West Coast and that will be something to watch for. Still, when they do convert, Celek’s number should be one that is often called.


– Touchdown Maker

– Good Offense

– Consistent


– New Unproven Quarterback

– Only One Strong Season

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