Chris Givens VS. T.Y. Hilton: I Don’t Always Draft Small, Speed Receivers, But When I Do . . .
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I don’t want readers to misunderstand. You do not want to draft small receivers. Small receivers simply cannot measure up in the red zone, which makes their ceilings lower. But it also makes their scoring less predictable. At the end of this article, I’m going to draw a counterintuitive and controversial conclusion about roster construction. I’d love RotoViz’s great readers to weigh in on whether you think it’s true.