Doug Baldwin | Seattle Seahawks | WR
2012 Experience: 2nd Season
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Fantasy Football Outlook: Look for Doug Baldwin to snatch away a starting gig from Mike Williams, if not this summer, early in the regular season. Baldwin was terrific in his rookie year, and he proved to be a durable, go to receiver down the stretch.
In fact, Baldwin was one of the top receivers in the league in third-down yardage, a clear sign that he knows how to get open and is the top option to target with drives on the line.
This offseason Baldwin commented on how he wanted to be, “the greatest receiver to ever play the game.”
No, he’s no Jerry Rice but I love the confidence and the commitment to his craft (wouldn’t call him cocky, just confident) and I wouldn’t be surprised if he ended the season as the top fantasy receiver out of Seattle.
That’s saying something when you have Sidney Rice on the team, but as of early OTAs both Rice and Williams were on the sidelines, rehabbing injuries.
The 59th receiver off the board in current ADP trends, Baldwin is a steal at the end of your draft. He will likely go undrafted in 10 to 12 team redraft leagues, but I have a feeling people will regret passing him at some point this year.
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