Chaz Schilens | WR
2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: Over the past few seasons I’ve held out hope that Chaz Schilens could become a fantasy relevant receiver but constant injury problems have keep him off the field and it now looks like he’s in danger of losing his roster spot with the Raiders. When healthy this guy has the talent to be a consistent part of the passing attack and I would suspect a team will give him a shot if he should be released from the Raiders in the summer.
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Chaz Schilens could be a decent fantasy option if he could ever get himself healthy. For now, he’s not on the field and probably won’t be worth pickup at any point this season.
2010 Fantasy Football Outlook
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Chaz Schilens is one of those receivers that can make a guy like me look good and look real foolish. On one had he is a hard worker with a lot of talent, but on the other hand he seems to have health problems at times. Unfortunately, for Schilens he suffered a foot injury in August after having a strong OTA and early preseason.
Schilens went on to miss half the season and it took him until the final month to start looking like the player I thought he could be.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Schilens had another offseason foot surgery this spring, but as it stands in June, he is back in practice and looking just fine on the field. The opportunities are plentiful for this third year receiver as the Raiders are projected to start Darrius Heyward-Bey opposite him when the season begins.
Bey may end up being something this year, but we need to see him actually get it done in a game situation before he deserves any merit. With Jason Campbell at the helm, Schilens has a respectable quarterback to throw the football his way.
Overall I still like what Schilens brings to the table, and, unless he suffers a setback in the summer, I recommend you give him a roll of the dice late in your draft.
- Great Physical Tools
- Respectable Quarterback
- Potential Touchdown Maker
- 5th Easiest Schedule To Pass Against
- Health Concern (Foot)
- Shaky Offensive Line