Last season there were a significant amount of fantasy football players who simply did not perform quite the way we all thought they were going to.
We can attribute this to perhaps a shortened off-season thanks to the CBA debacle or just the player being in a crappy situation that nobody saw coming, but either way, a certain percentage of these players are certainly due for a “bounce-back” 2012 campaign.
And potential “bounce-back” candidates are just as important as fantasy sleepers.
In a new series I am starting, I’ll try and isolate five players at QB, WR, RB, TE, and perhaps IDP that could be in-line for a bounce-back year; players I think you should know about—we’ll start with the coveted WRs.
DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles
DeSean Jackson has technically been taking a step backwards since his phenomenal 2009 season (63 catches, 1,167 yards, 9 TDs, five 100+ yards games).
In 2010, Jackson missed two games that could’ve helped him eclipse his 2009 season, but in ...