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Fantasy Football: 2013 Wide Receiver Review – The Red Zone

Monday, February 10, 2014 @ 09:02 AM EDT - by Rich Hribar -

Rich Hribar is a husband, father, sports meteorologist and a slave to statistics. A lifelong sports fan and fantasy gamer.

Rich Hribar
Rich Hribar

Thanks. Luck is definitely guilty by association, but having plays run for a 180 pound speed receiver and DHB, who converted only five of 27 red zone targets while in Oakland isn't putting him in favorable spots. An area Luck can improve in most definitely, getting Dwayne Allen back in the fold will be a tremendous boost as could using Da'Rick Rogers and his frame down there more often.

Jessa Fitz
Jessa Fitz

According to PFF: "We have the players who didn't fare as well on end zone throws. Interestingly, Andrew Luck is dead last in the category. Luck completed only eight of his 34 tries (23.5 percent). Additional research will be required to determine if this is quarterback-, receiver-, or luck-dependent, but Luck did struggle in this area last year, as well." So Pep might not have helped but if Luck struggled last year too, I think that may be more on Luck.



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