On The Rotowire Fantasy Sports Hour With Chris Liss, Will Carroll gave a report on WR Marvin Harrison of the Indianapolis Colts. He said Harrison looked completely recovered from last season's knee injury.
This got me to thinking. Would a healthy Marvin Harrison diminsh the fantasy value value of WR Anthony Gonzalez and TE Dallas Clark? According to Mock Draft Central's ADP Report, Harrison is going 55th overall and the 18th WR off the board while Gonzalez goes 86th and 32nd respectively.
This places Gonzalez ahead of WRs like Reggie Brown of Philadelphia, Patrick Crayton of Dallas and Santana Moss of Washington. This places him amongst the top group of 800 yard WRs. A healthy Harrison will make that impossible for Gonzalez to achieve.
TE Dallas Clark is also being drafted as if he will be as intregral to the Colts' receiving game in the same way he was last season when Harrison was out. His is currently the 5th TE drafted ahead of Washington's Chris Colley and New Orleans' Jeremy Shockey. That shouldn't last with a healthy Harrison.