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Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 64 841 5
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Receiving
Year Age G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2008 23 12 1 20 319 16.0 3 48 1.7 26.6
2009 24 16 15 52 527 10.1 3 61 3.3 32.9
2010 25 16 11 44 698 15.9 2 65 2.8 43.6
2011 26 5 5 15 220 14.7 1 30 3.0 44.0
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Welcome to Josh Morgan’s fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of Morgan’s player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for fantasy football.

Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

Will the continued drama that seems to be the career of Michael Crabtree, I’m starting to gain interest in Josh Morgan as a possible value receiver going forward. Crabtree is expected to miss time well into the month of September with his continued foot issues, and that means Morgan may have a chance to play the first few games as the teams No.1 receiver.

Sure, Vernon Davis is the true top pass catcher, but if Alex Smith can show more life with his new Coach Jim Harbaugh he could make Morgan a name worth looking at off the waiver wire. Keep an eye on Morgan’s progress through the preseason to see if he takes a noticeable step in his progression as a starting receiver in the NFL. Maybe he not worth considering on draft day, but you should keep tabs on him as the season starts.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 64 841 5

June 2011

The 49ers will look to Josh Morgan to be the teams No.2 receiver once again as he’s projected to start opposite Michael Crabtree. With Jim Harbaugh coming to the team, their is optimism that his creative game plans will turn the 49ers fortunes around and finally make this offense respectable in the passing game.

To begin the season, Morgan isn’t worth considering on draft day but as the season progresses, Morgan could develop into the 49ers top receiver if Crabtree fails to play at the level we’ve come to expect.

2010 Preview

While Josh Morgan is a third year starting receiver for the 49ers, I’m not sure he will be worth owning in fantasy football. Unless Crabtree gets injured or Alex Smith blossoms this season, Morgan won’t receive enough catches to help you with any consistency. That being said, Morgan is still a talent and could break out at any point.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Josh Morgan took another step to being a fantasy relevant player but when the team finally signed Michael Crabtree, he lost production. This left Morgan on waiver wire for the rest of the season and he wasn’t an option worth using.

Audio: WR Josh Morgan | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: I will be interested to see how Morgan plays in his third year in the NFL but for fantasy, he won’t be draft worthy. The 49ers already have Vernon Davis and Crabtree in front of him on the pecking order and this passing game isn’t strong enough for three fantasy options.

It will take a big surge in growth from Morgan and quarterback Alex Smith before Morgan makes for a steady fantasy play. Still something could happen to one of the other pass catchers and Morgan would be a waiver wire pickup if that happened.

Assets

- Maturing Offense

- Starter

- 4th Easiest Schedule To Pass Against

Liabilities

- Average Quarterback

- Not A Pass Heavy Offense

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