Found September 05, 2012 on Kramerica Sports:
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Fantasy football owners have been trying to determine who the Giants true top receiver is, and the Cowboys provided a big hint as to what NFL coaches think. Dallas matched up star corner back Brandon Carr (signed for $50 million this off season) with Victor Cruz while rookie Morris Claiborne was lined up across of Hakeem Nicks. The Cowboys know the Giants personal as good as any team in the league, leading me to believe that the focus on Cruz is not a fluke. While Bob Ryan identified Cruz as the top pass catching threat for the Giants, fantasy football owners need to acknowledge this and target Nicks as the more productive target. Eli Manning trusts both options, which fits both inside the top 10 wide receivers and gives them very little downside. But not many teams roster a second corner who can cover the 6’1 210 pound Nicks, giving him more upside as long as teams continue to identify Cruz as the teams best receiver. Quick quiz: how many receiving yards did Nicks have last season?...
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