Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars

by Ryan R. Bonini on September 1, 2010 @ 14:00:00 PDT


Mike Sims-Walker | Jacksonville Jaguars | 6-foot-2, 214 pounds | 4th year

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WR Mike Sims-Walker, Jaguars

Pros: Sims-Walker enters the 2010 season as the team's No. 1 receiver after his breakout 63-reception season. He has the size and speed needed to be a top option and is still scratching the surface on his potential. He had at least six catches in seven of his 15 games last year and went over the 100-yard mark three times.

Cons: Sims-Walker has been a poster boy for injury problems in his short career and already missed some of the offseason with a shoulder injury. He also broke some team rules a year ago, forcing them to bench him for a game. Could the overnight success be showing maturity issues? The Jaguars remain a run-first team, and they don't have other proven options opposite Sims-Walker to take pressure off of him. If someone doesn't step up, Sims-Walker will be the target of opposing secondaries.

Fantasy tip: In fantasy football drafts, Sims-Walker typically comes off of the board in the fifth round, which is fair value for him. He makes an ideal upside No. 2 fantasy receiver, but he definitely is a buyer beware candidate based off his limited body of work.

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About Ryan R. Bonini

Founding KFFL in 1996, Bonini now serves as VP of Fantasy Sports Solutions for USA TODAY SPORTS, KFFL's parent company. Bonini was named 2009 Fantasy Football Writer of the Year by the FSWA, received honors with the Best Fantasy Football Series in '10 and was named into their Hall of Fame in '13.

His work has been found in USA TODAY Sports, Yahoo! Sports, FOX Sports, CBS Sports, NFL.com, and many others. He has also been featured on numerous radio programs around the country. Bonini is a member of the PFWA, FSWA and FSTA.

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