By now, you’ve trickled into the third round of a 12-team draft and you’re looking to accessorize your pair of running backs with a possession receiver. Or maybe you went with a more balanced approach, one that I advocate, and are looking for a third pitch.
No matter the situation, you will undoubtedly end up taking a long, hard look at Randall Cobb and Larry Fitzgerald. How long and how hard is entirely up to you.
About the only thing the two receivers have in common is their ADP. One is a third-year breakout candidate with Wes Welker upside, and the other is one of the best receivers the league has seen this side of Cris Carter. One is coming off of a career year; the other is coming off of a career disappointment.
But yet, there they are, sandwiched together in the third round, vying to be your ever-so-precious third overall pick.
Pros and Cobbs
With great production comes great ADP. And with great ADP comes the season long potential to bust.
Cobb is expensive and it’s going ...