KFFL's Overvalued WRs for Fantasy Football 2010

Recently I reviewed KFFL's undervalued fantasy football WRs for 2010.  Now I'll discuss their overvalued WRs for 2010.

Steve Smith (NY Giants) - Yes, overvalued because there are three viable targets (maybe even four if TE Kevin Boss continues to get a goodly amount of targets) for QB Eli Manning.  Moreover, I expect Hakeem Nicks to make more noise this year after a pretty good rookie season.  Smith would be an ok #3 WR; KFFL has him as a #2 but I feel he's a #2 only in deeper leagues or those that start 3 WRs.

Percy Harvin (Vikings) - I agree he'll go a little too high in drafts after last season.  Not that he's not talented; my main concern is his problem with migraines and QB Brett Favre's ankle.  Sidney Rice should remain a big drain on Harvin's targets, too.

Pierre Garcon (Colts) - I agree to the extent that Peyton Manning will probably spread the ball around to Dallas Clark, Reggie Wayne, Austin Collie, and if he can stay healthy, Anthony Gonzalez.  He'll probably have a big game or two depending on who is left open.  Good flier, but don't take too high based on last year.

Steve Breaston (Cardinals) - I agree again because QB Kurt Warner has retired and I don't have 100% faith in new starting QB Matt Leinart (he will beat out Derek Anderson).  Some will assume that with Anquan Boldin  now with the Ravens, that Breason will get more looks.  However, the buzz is that instead WR Early Doucet will fill Boldin's shoes because of his similar playing style.

Devin Aromashodu (Bears) - With Jay Cutler at QB, you'd think the Bears would be more of a passing team.  With Mike Martz taking over as offensive coordinator, they probably will be; the problem is that Cutler will have a few targets from which to chose.  Also, WR Johnny Knox has been the talk of the town out of camp.  Aromashodu will get his, but don't reach for him based on last season's finish.

The KFFL article can be read by following this link.

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