August 26, 2010 by staff
Greg Camarillo, When picking up the receiver Greg Camarillo Dolphins, Vikings did not make a move for transformation, but probably did enough to keep the passing game going Sidney Rice, while you’re away and to maintain the status of Brett Favre as a fantasy owner.
Camarillo is a high-reception player was lost in Miami. The Dolphins are not going to miss much, while the Vikings will love to put to work by absorbing the catch. Among hip injury and headaches Rice Percy Harvin, Bernard Berrian and Camarillo should see a lot of work.
That does not mean Camarillo should be a hot project goal. Pass a 12-round about it, maybe a little higher in heavy PPR leagues. It will also work out of the slot, could be a great threat on third down, but does not break a lot of big plays and score a lot. In his best season in 2008, Camarillo caught 55 passes in 11 games before hurting his knee, but for only 613 yards and two touchdowns. Also had at least five catches in five games, including a 11th-reception. Five receptions for 55 yards is a normal working day for him.
Camarillo also has a couple of things working against him. When you are outside Harvin, Camarillo would be a much better game. When in Harvin is difficult to see Camarillo be more than a casual game. Good luck guessing when those days will be. And Rice still has a chance to be back by midseason, you hit Berrian Camarillo and down the depth chart.
Harvin would still the first Vikings receiver drafted. His could be improved dramatically in his 790 yards and six touchdowns if you’re willing to stomach the risk of not knowing when to play. Berrian is next, because he will be in the mix, even after the return of Rice. Then I took Rice, Camarillo and Greg Lewis. Rice remains a good late round thanks to their dominant potential 100%, and may do so again for the phone to the playoffs in the second half.
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