Mark Clayton | WR
2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: While some were hopeful that Mark Clayton would bounce back from his knee injury to be the top target for Sam Bradford, it looks like that won’t happen. After the Rams signed veteran Mike Sims-Walker, Coach Steve Spagnuolo announced that Clayton wasn’t ready to come back from his knee rehab. Don’t look to Clayton as a fantasy option this season.
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Mark Clayton was a dead duck for fantasy football until he moved on from the Ravens at the end of the summer and went over to the Rams. To start the season Clayton was off to a hot start as he was clearly the top receiver of choice for rookie quarterback Sam Bradford. Sadly, Clayton tore a tendon in his knee at the start of October and was lost for the season.
Now a free agent, Clayton is expected to possibly re-sign with the Rams but in some ways I hope he doesn’t because they already have a million receivers on that team. If he should make the tea, Clayton will be another receiver in the mix, but I don’t expect anyone but Danny Amendola to be a pass catcher worth having in standard or PPR leagues, to begin the season.
September 2010: Clayton Finds Success With Rams
Mark Clayton has found a new lease on life with the Rams and is a worthy fantasy option. Sam Bradford has taken a liking to Clayton right away and the Rams have done a good job of letting the rookie throw the football early on.
2010 Fantasy Football Outlook
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome hardly ever misses on his high round picks at the draft but Mark Clayton was one of his few busts. Clayton was brought in to be the teams No.1 receiver but instead he’s been a very average No.2 receiver behind age aged Derrick Mason.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: The Ravens knew it was time to give up on Clayton being the hopeful main target in this offense, and they went out and traded for Anquan Boldin. While Clayton is still on the team he’s slated to be the N0.4 receiver behind Donte Stallworth.
This marks the end for Clayton as much of anything for fantasy football as he will need to find another opportunities with a new team before he will have any sparkle of hope again.
– Good Quarterback
– Winning Team
– No.4 Receiver