Saints Fantasy Studs & Duds from 2013

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Jimmy Graham – 204.40 fantasy points

If you look up the word “stud” in a dictionary you will probably find a photo of Jimmy Graham. 1144 receiving yards, 15 TDs. Graham was the fourth-most valuable fantasy football player of 2013 in terms of value-based drafting, according to Pro Football Reference. He had a few quiet games (also dealing with minor injuries) but those not-stellar performances didn’t hold him from being the best tight end in the league. By far. He scored FIFTY more fantasy points than Vernon Davis (2nd in the league among tight ends).

He was already considered a top-10 pick before the season: we’ll see what happens with his contract but if he remains a Saint his value can go up to the top-5 in my opinion. He’s not only one of the best red zone targets but he can also outrun defenders on deep routes. Plus, he can bend goalposts.

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Topics: Darren Sproles, Drew Brees, Fantasy Football, Jimmy Graham, Lance Moore, Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Saints Defense, Pierre Thomas

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