Found November 06, 2012 on Win My Fantasy League:
Week Ten WR Rankings A.J Green continues his solid play and is the number one receiver in both ESPN and NFL fantasy leagues. AJ Green already has eight touchdowns and 735 receiving yards, putting him on pace for exactly double that with eight games in the books which would put him at 1,470 yards and 16 touchdowns for the season. The scary part about AJ Green is that his numbers could be much more spectacular if he had an above average quarterback throwing him the ball. Calvin Johnson continues to be a beast despite barley sniffing the end zone this season and is still continually being ranked as the top receiver week in and week out. The touchdowns are bound to come for Megatron, its only a matter of time. Megatron continues to be a road warrior, posting 40 more yards per game on the road which is in line with the 46 more yards per game he averaged on the road last year. The Lions are on the road this week against Minnesota and Calvin Johnson should be primed for a big game. Brandon...
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