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2011 Fantasy Football: Preseason Fantasy Stock - Week 1





With preseason underway, there will be updates daily to this 2011 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock page. Games will be added as I watch them. Adjustments will be made on my 2011 Fantasy Football Rankings accordingly. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.



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2011 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock - Week 1



Jets at Texans

Derrick Mason, WR, Jets
Derrick Mason led all Jets receivers in targets during the exhibition opener at Houston. Mason showed no signs that he's slowing down, and if he keeps this up during the preseason, he should definitely be considered as a viable flex option in PPR formats.

Shonn Greene, RB, Jets
It appears as though Shonn Greene is going to be a fantasy stud this year. Greene was on the field for every single first and second down with New York's first-team offense in the preseason opener at Houston. He even caught a 5-yard pass. Greene looked great, finishing with 32 rushing yards on five carries even though he had an 11-yard gain wiped out by a penalty. LaDainian Tomlinson was nowhere to be seen outside of third-down situations.

Jacoby Jones, WR, Texans
Jacoby Jones saw just one target from Matt Schaub in the preseason opener. Jones finished the 2010 season on a hot streak, so this was disappointing. Even Kevin Walter saw one more target. I'm not ready to give up on Jones as a late-round sleeper just yet, but I could drop him in my 2011 Fantasy Football Rankings if he continues to be ignored.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.





Colts at Rams

Sam Bradford, QB, Rams
Not exactly what I was looking for from Sam Bradford. Bradford went 7-of-12 for 45 yards and a touchdown in the preseason opener against the Colts. He settled for mostly short stuff and didn't really test the defense downfield. Bradford played only four drives, so I'm not going to downgrade him in my 2011 Fantasy Football Rankings just yet. I'm expecting much more next weekend though.

Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Rams
Mike Sims-Walker started the exhibition opener against the Colts, but left the game with a groin injury. He's doubtful to suit up for next weekend's game, which is a major disappointment.

Danario Alexander, WR, Rams
Danario Alexander caught three passes for 43 yards in the preseason premiere - all from A.J. Feeley. I don't know what he has to do to earn a spot in the starting lineup, but if Josh McDaniels doesn't like him, there might not be anything he can do about it.

Lance Kendricks, TE, Rams
Sam Bradford targeted rookie tight end Lance Kendricks more than anyone else in preseason opener against the Colts. Kendricks caught five balls for 47 yards and a touchdown, and was Bradford's most trusted weapon on third down; Bradford went Kendricks' way thrice in those situations. This didn't surprise the Rams broadcasters, as one of them said, "Kendricks looked grrrrreat in training camp." I don't need to tell you how important this is. Bradford's No. 1 target is going to be a huge fantasy producer in Josh McDaniels' offense. Kendricks is only a rookie, but if he continues to shine this preseason, he has to be considered a borderline TE1 in PPR leagues.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.






Bills at Bears

Steve Johnson, WR, Bills
Steve Johnson caught all three of his targets for 15 yards in one quarter of action in the preseason opener at Chicago. It's nice to see that he's still a big part of the offense following his breakout 2010 campaign. Don't have any reservations about drafting him to be your WR2.

Scott Chandler, TE, Bills
Scott Chandler was targeted three times as he caught two balls for 13 yards in the exhibition premiere against the Bears. It looks like he could be one of Ryan Fitzpatrick's primary "weapons" (using the term "weapons" very loosely), but don't expect much. He's probably not even a TE2.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.




Giants at Panthers

DeAngelo Williams, RB, Panthers
DeAngelo Williams looked great in the preseason opener against the Giants (aside from his possible gaffe on the Jimmy Clausen pick-six). He clearly played ahead of Jonathan Stewart, seeing all of the action on Carolina's first two drives. Williams will be the primary running back and should be able to post solid numbers with opposing defenses concerned about Newton's rushing ability. That is, until he suffers his annual injury.

Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers
Jonathan Stewart both looked great in the preseason opener against the Giants, but he clearly played behind DeAngelo Williams, as Williams saw all of the action on Carolina's first two drives. Williams will be the primary running back until he suffers his annual injury.

Greg Olsen, TE, Panthers
Greg Olsen is a fantasy sleeper. He was terrific in Carolina's exhibition premiere versus New York. Targeted heavily by both quarterbacks, Olsen hauled in three receptions for 58 yards and a touchdown in less than a half of action.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Vikings at Titans

Javon Ringer, RB, Titans
No Chris Johnson? Apparently no problem. Javon Ringer started the preseason opener against the Vikings and rushed for gains of 11, 7 and 8 on the opening drive, though the former was wiped away by a penalty. He also had two receptions for 17 yards. Ringer is a talented runner, and the Tennessee offensive line is looking stout again. If Johnson continues his holdout into the regular season, Ringer will be an RB2. I don't see the holdout lasting much longer, though Ringer remains one of the top handcuffs to own.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


49ers at Saints

Mark Ingram, RB, Saints
Mark Ingram didn't really do much in New Orleans' preseason opener aside from one carry at the end of the first half. He scored a 14-yard touchdown by making a defender miss and then eluding a second one with a fancy spin move. However, Ingram did this against San Francisco's backups, and his five other carries went for just nine yards. Even worse, he played behind Pierre Thomas when the first-team offense was in the game. Ingram will eventually take over as the starter, but it's no guarantee that this will happen prior to the regular-season kickoff in Lambeau. Like all rookies not named Julio Jones, Ingram has been hurt by this lockout.

Robert Meachem, WR, Saints
Robert Meachem was targeted once in half a quarter by Drew Brees in the preseason opener against the 49ers. However, he didn't take advantage of it, dropping what would have been a long conversion. Making things worse, Meachem hurt his back trying to make a block on the ensuing drive and left the game. It wasn't a major injury, but it's a reminder that Meachem is brittle and difficult to trust.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Packers at Browns

Ryan Grant, RB, Packers
I'll be shocked if James Starks isn't Green Bay's starting running back before long. Starks is the better running back, and Mike McCarthy apparently didn't seem to care about Grant's health, as he trotted the veteran running back out with Matt Flynn and all of the backups against the Browns. Grant had 13 yards on three attempts to go along with a 5-yard reception.

James Starks, RB, Packers
James Starks displayed a great combination of power and speed in the preseason opener at Cleveland, and clearly looked like the superior running back. After Starks carried twice for 14 yards during the touchdown drive, he left the game for good. Grant came in afterward despite the fact that Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings both were finished.

James Jones, WR, Packers
Neither James Jones nor Jordy Nelson received a single target from Aaron Rodgers, playing behind Donald Driver in the preseason opener at Cleveland. This is obviously bad news for both wideouts. Driver probably won't maintain his job the whole season, but Jones and Nelson will cancel each other out.

Jordy Nelson, WR, Packers
Neither James Jones nor Jordy Nelson received a single target from Aaron Rodgers, playing behind Donald Driver in the preseason opener at Cleveland. This is obviously bad news for both wideouts. Driver probably won't maintain his job the whole season, but Jones and Nelson will cancel each other out.

Colt McCoy, QB, Browns
Colt McCoy went 9-of-10 for 135 yards and a touchdown in a quarter-and-a-half of action in the preseason opener versus Green Bay. He was very impressive and certainly deserves a boost in my 2011 Fantasy Football Rankings. I'm not saying you should draft him as a possible starter or anything, but he's looking like he could be a quality QB2.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Steelers at Redskins

Tim Hightower, RB, Redskins
Tim Hightower pretty much cemented the starting running back gig for the Redskins with his impressive performance versus the Steelers in the preseason opener. Hightower rushed for 44 yards on 10 carries against nine Steeler starters, running with power and showing a nice burst. Hightower is tailor made for Mike Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme, and since most members in your league won't know about him becoming the starting running back, he could make for a nice mid-round sleeper.

Santana Moss, WR, Redskins
Santana Moss saw nine targets in the first half of the preseason opener against the Steelers, catching seven balls for 64 yards and a touchdown. If Rex Grossman can continue to play well in Mike Shanahan's system, Moss should have a solid 2011 fantasy campaign, at least in PPR formats.

Fred Davis, TE, Redskins
I was disappointed to see that Fred Davis saw just two targets from Rex Grossman in the exhibition opener against Pittsburgh. With Chris Cooley out, I imagined that Davis would play a larger role. It's only been one game, but Davis' sole 11-yard reception indicates that you shouldn't bother with him as a late-round flier.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Dolphins at Falcons

Daniel Thomas, RB, Dolphins
Dolphins rookie running back Daniel Thomas did nothing on the ground in the preseason opener at Atlanta. Though Thomas had a 25-yard reception out of the backfield in which the Falcon reserves forgot to cover him, he rushed for just five yards on four carries, as he seemed content just to run into a pile in front of him. To be fair, Miami has an atrocious offensive line, but that'll only hurt Thomas in terms of fantasy football. He's going way too high in fantasy drafts, so I'd stay away.

Brandon Marshall, WR, Dolphins
Brandon Marshall didn't play in the preseason opener at Atlanta, but he needs to have a stock down because Chad Henne is absolute garbage. I was really hoping for a rebound campaign from Marshall with Kyle Orton as the quarterback, but the Dolphins are stuck with the putrid Henne.

Michael Turner, RB, Falcons
I've been down on Michael Turner all offseason, but I'll admit it when I'm wrong. Turner ran more spryly and far quicker than he did last year, taking advantage of some really good run-blocking, totaling 21 yards and a touchdown on four carries against Miami in the exhibition opener. He's still an injury risk because of his high carry totals the past three campaigns, but I'll definitely be moving him up in my 2011 Fantasy Football Rankings.

Jason Snelling, RB, Falcons
Michael Turner's inexplicable new-found burst in Friday night's exhibition game against the Dolphins means that Jason Snelling won't receive as much work this season. Snelling was Turner's direct backup and Atlanta's third-down specialist versus Miami, rushing for 27 yards on six attempts and catching one ball for another eight yards.

Julio Jones, WR, Falcons
Ladies and gentlemen, the next Mike Williams! Julio Jones played like a stud against the Dolphins in the preseason opener. In three drives, he caught two balls for 43 yards and had a 12-yard end-around. Matt Ryan threw to him a whopping five times, as he made it no secret he wanted to feature his new wideout early and often. Jones was quick and powerful, dragging poor defenders along after contact. Jones could have a Williams-esque rookie campaign.


Bengals at Lions

Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions
Matthew Stafford played two drives against the Bengals in the preseason opener, and he was incredible. That's not an exaggeration by any means. He looked every bit as good as Philip Rivers did against the Seahawks on Thursday night. Stafford went 6-of-7 for 71 yards and two touchdowns. His sole incompletion was an easy drop by Jahvid Best out of the backfield. Even better, Stafford was not pressured on a single attempt. This will obviously change when he battles a tougher defense in the regular season, but it's encouraging nonetheless. If Stafford can stay healthy, he'll easily be a top-eight fantasy quarterback.

Jahvid Best, RB, Lions
Jahvid Best really flashed in the preseason opener versus Cincinnati. There's no doubt that he has recovered from his turf toe injuries; he showed off his quickness, and he utilized heavily on offense. Best rushed for 12 yards on four carries and also had two receptions for 17 more yards, as he was targeted thrice on Matthew Stafford's seven throws. Best is made out of glass, but he'll be a huge fantasy producer while he's healthy.

Calvin Johnson, WR, Lions
Calvin Johnson caught two balls for 37 yards and an impressive 26-yard back-shoulder touchdown in the exhibition opener against the Bengals. Megatron is in the best shape of his life, and his quarterback is healthy. He'll be fantasy football's top receiver if Matthew Stafford can somehow stay in the lineup.

Nate Burleson, WR, Lions
Nate Burleson had two grabs for 17 yards and a touchdown in two drives in the preseason opener versus Cincinnati. Burleson was targeted twice on Matthew Stafford's seven throws, and it appears as though he'll be a big part of the offense as long as his quarterback can remain on the field. He's a fine sleeper as a No. 2 receiver in a high-octane offense.

Cedric Benson, RB, Bengals
One positive note regarding Cincinnati's offense in its preseason debut at Detroit was Cedric Benson. Benson uncharacteristically looked quick and spry, thanks in part to his 1-year contract. Benson, who finished with 37 yards on six carries, ripped off gains of 6, 5, 16, 4 and 4 on the opening drive, all of which were run on the right side behind massive right tackle Andre Smith, who is finally in shape after two wasted years.

A.J. Green, WR, Bengals
A.J. Green caught four passes for 29 yards in one half of action during the Bengals' preseason opener at Detroit. The good news is that Green was targeted five times, and since Andy Dalton seems content on attempting only short throws, he should get a boost in PPR formats. The bad news is that Dalton is extremely raw and won't lead too many touchdown drives, thus limiting Green's upside. Green will also have a pretty low receiving average.

Jerome Simpson, WR, Bengals
Jerome Simpson hauled in two receptions for 17 yards in Cincinnati's preseason opener at Detroit. Simpson nearly had a third catch and a touchdown, but he couldn't get his feet inbounds in the end zone. Unlike A.J. Green, Simpson didn't play the whole first half because suffered a hit to the helmet in the middle of the second quarter. He was down for a few seconds, but ran off the field on his own power. Simpson won't have much of a fantasy upside with Andy Dalton learning on the job, but the encouraging thing is that his late-season surge doesn't seem like it's a fluke.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Cardinals at Raiders

Chris Wells, RB, Cardinals
I thought Chris Wells looked really good in the preseason opener at Oakland. He had 22 yards on six carries, including a 15-yard rush where he shoved off Raider corner DeMarcus Van Dyke with a powerful stiff-arm. Wells didn't produce much on his other attempts because three of them came inside the 5-yard line. Wells was unfortunately stuffed twice inside the 1 by Oakland's defensive front, as Arizona's inept offensive line couldn't provide any sort of push. Still though, Wells definitely looks like he's poised for a rebound 2011 campaign.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Broncos at Cowboys

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
Knowshon Moreno ran pretty well in the preseason opener at Dallas, as he broke free from several Cowboy tackles. He started and received carries on the first two sets of downs, and then gave way to Willis McGahee for a set. It appears as though Moreno and McGahee will share a 2:1 timeshare, at least for now. Moreno's four attempts went for 23 yards, and he also had an 8-yard reception. The downside is that McGahee saw the only carry inside the 5-yard line, though he was stuffed at the line of scrimmage. It's not yet clear who the goal-line back will be. Stay tuned.

Brandon Lloyd, WR, Broncos
Brandon Lloyd didn't catch any passes, but saw three targets of Kyle Orton's six passes in the preseason opener at Dallas, including two in the end zone. Don't downgrade him because of his zero-reception performance; if anything, it was encouraging that Orton is still looking his way despite Josh McDaniels' absence.

Felix Jones, RB, Cowboys
The most impressive Dallas starter in the preseason opener against Denver was running back Felix Jones, who looked both quick and strong during his limited action. Jones' second carry was a burst up the middle in which he broke two tackles for a gain of 18 yards. Jones finished with 23 rushing yards on three attempts as well as a 16-yard reception. I really like him as an RB2, especially in PPR leagues. With Marion Barber gone, Jones is poised for a huge season.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Buccaneers at Chiefs

LeGarrette Blount, RB, Buccaneers
LeGarrette Blount notched 18 yards on five carries in the preseason opener at Kansas City. The notable thing here is that Blount caught the ball out of the backfield for a gain of seven yards. This is a huge development because he had just five receptions last year.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Jaguars at Patriots

Rashad Jennings, RB, Jaguars
Rashad Jennings started for Jacksonville in the preseason opener at New England, and he looked pretty good. Making defenders miss and breaking tackles, Jennings rushed for 28 yards on six carries. Make sure you pick him up late in your fantasy draft because Jones-Drew's knees are very questionable.

Stevan Ridley, RB, Patriots
Stevan Ridley took 16 carries and rushed for 64 yards, notched seven receptions for 47 receiving yards and scored three total touchdowns in the preseason opener against Jacksonville, though he didn't take the field until the Patriots reached the end zone on their third drive of the game, playing behind Danny Woodhead. It's unclear if Ridley will get carries ahead of BenJarvus Green-Ellis or even Shane Vereen, but he looked pretty good. He made defenders miss on several occasions, and converted two of his three attempts inside the 2-yard line for a touchdown. He's worth picking up late in fantasy drafts as a nice sleeper with tremendous upside. If he's New England's goal-line back, he could post double-digit scores.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Ravens at Eagles

Dennis Pitta, TE, Ravens
Second-year tight end Dennis Pitta received two of Joe Flacco's six targets in the preseason opener at Philadelphia. Pitta actually ended up with four receptions for 47 yards, including an impressive 27-yard grab from Flacco in which he made the catch over an Eagle defender. With Todd Heap and Derrick Mason gone, it's certainly possible that Pitta could emerge as Flacco's favorite target. We'll definitely know for sure in the next couple of weeks, but keep Pitta in the back of your head for now.

Jason Avant, WR, Eagles
Jason Avant was targeted twice on six of QB Eagles No. 7's throws in the preseason opener against Baltimore, including once in the end zone. If Jeremy Maclin is out for a while - and no one knows what the hell is going on there - Avant will apparently see an increase in production.

Brent Celek, TE, Eagles
Brent Celek was targeted twice on six of his quarterback's attempts in the preseason opener versus the Ravens. One of the targets was in the end zone, which Celek converted for a 3-yard touchdown. It's possible that Celek could rebound off a dismal 2010 campaign, and you can definitely get him late in your fantasy drafts right now.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


Seahawks at Chargers

Zach Miller, TE, Seahawks
Zach Miller did not have a good showing against the Chargers in the preseason opener. He received no real targets out of Tarvaris Jackson's five attempts. He was thrown to twice, but both occasions were after pre-snap penalties.

Philip Rivers, QB, Chargers
Philip Rivers looked like he was in mid-season form against the Seahawks in the preseason opener. He went 5-of-6 for 87 yards and a touchdown, with the sole incompletion being a downfield shot to Vincent Jackson. Antonio Gates didn't play, making Rivers' performance that much more impressive.

Vincent Jackson, WR, Chargers
Vincent Jackson had an awesome preseason debut against Seattle. It's worth noting that Antonio Gates didn't play, but Jackson had three of Philip Rivers' six targets on San Diego's one and only drive. Jackson caught two of those three passes for 54 yards, including a breathtaking 47-yard bomb. Now fully healthy and holdout-free, Jackson is poised for a monstrous 2011 campaign.

For more on this game, go to the 2011 NFL Preseason Fantasy Football Notes.


2011 Preseason Notes: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4
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