Welcome back to the 2015 Last Word on Fantasy Football Guide. Over the next several months we will be releasing player profiles, projections, position rankings, and a number of other articles that will help you dominate your fantasy league this season. Whether you have a standard draft, a snake or an auction league, and whether it’s keeper league or a one-year deal; we have all the fantasy information you need.
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Fantasy Profile: Victor Cruz, WR, New York Giants
Victor Cruz was sidelined all but six games in 2014 with an injury, allowing rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to thrive. Cruz is still recovering and looks solid in camp according to Beat writer Jordan Raanan. Cruz is on track to play in Week 1, and the combination of Beckham Jr. and Cruz could be deadly for opposing defenses.
Quarterback Eli Manning is very capable of making great throws and spreading the ball around. Cruz is still dangerous even if he loses some of his speed due to the injury, and a mid-30’s finish at the wide receiver position is very achievable.
|2014||New York Giants||6||23||337||14.7||56.2||61||1||7||1||13||0|
|2013||New York Giants||14||73||998||13.7||71.3||70T||4||10||3||45||1|
|2012||New York Giants||16||86||1,092||12.7||68.2||80T||10||12||3||52||0|
|2011||New York Giants||16||82||1,536||18.7||96||99T||9||25||9||59||1|
|2010||New York Giants||3||—||—||—||0||—||—||—||—||—||—|