I’m taking Baldwin in the fourth round in most formats, an easy and comfortable slot.I see floor Green was already on everyone’s radar, for the lovely fantasy floor he provides (WR14, WR4, WR5, WR23, WR8).And while Baldwin’s TD count isn’t something to go after, last year’s catch-and-yardage volume seems attainable to Baldwin’s work ethic deserves some mention — he’s one of those players who desperately wants to be great.He’s got some Steve Smith in him, some Anquan Boldin; and let’s not kid ourselves, not everyone in the league approaches their craft this seriously.Green averages 141 targets a year, but you get the idea he’s going far past that number in 2016 (stork notwithstanding).
Josie (who's already been featured on SI.com) flaunts her insane physique while eating pizza and a grilled cheese sandwich. Mike Evans, a couple of dynamic third-year receivers.Cooks gets the check mark because he’s tied to a much better quarterback and offense.You don’t have to caution anyone about chasing last year’s stats, no one’s doing that. Should we be more optimistic or pessimistic on him entering 2016? Seattle’s offense had a different shape to it down the stretch last year, a wildly-successful approach that will probably be replicated.And while Baldwin’s TD count isn’t something to go after, last year’s catch-and-yardage volume seems attainable to me." data-reactid="29"I see all sorts of positives here.