The Wideout Report: Week 13, Josh Gordon, and the Ghost of Old King Hamlet

JoshGordon For the last couple of months or so I’ve done Tuesday rundowns of all the wideout situations. I’m doing the same thing this week. Also, since I’m not omniscient, check out RotoViz’s Buy Low Machine and WR GLSP Projections. Here we go. Browns WRs Having Josh Gordon on the majority of my fantasy teams actually makes feel like I have a bigger penis. What he’s done in his second season is outright Calvin-esque. To me, Gordon is Fantasy Dirk Diggler: “I think heaven has sent you here, Dirk Diggler. I think the angels have blessed us all because of you.” In two of the most important weeks of the season, Dirk Gordon ensured victory for almost all his teams. On the season, Megatron is averaging 16.7 pts/game played. Josh Diggler is averaging 17.0 pts/g, the most among all WRs. Minus two games, he’s been to 2013 what Arian Foster was to 2010. If he can avoid trouble, very little exists to prevent him from cementing his status as a yearly high-end WR1. That’s a big “if.” And for old times’ sake: Who would you rather have right now? Josh Gordon or A.J. Green? Asking that question right now doesn’t seem fair.

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