Would you consider drafting a wide receiver with the No. 1 overall pick in a start-up Dynasty draft? You should.
Larry Fitzgerald is entering his prime at age 26, and if last year's playoffs are any indication, he's now the most dominant player in the league. Considering his talent, work ethic, reliability, and the career path of dominant wide receivers, Fitz will be a threat for 100/1,500/12 every year for the next six-to-eight years. He certainly has Greg Jennings' attention:
"This guy, the reason he's so good is his work ethic. His work ethic is second to none. I don't really talk about guys like this. This guy has earned everything he has gotten and accomplished. I mean, this morning he texted me and said, 'I'm a grinder, I'm working harder than you.' I ran 21 10s. I mean, that's how competitive he is. Every day he's been texting me about what he's doing, if I'm doing something. I mean, I thought I worked hard.
"I went up there [to Minnesota] and I'm like, 'You really opened my eyes, really opened my eyes.' I worked hard but he really pushes himself to the limit, to the max. And it's like, you don't find guys that are that well on top but are still climbing to get higher and higher. I just can't say enough about this guy and I don't really put guys on that pedestal, but he is deserving of everything he gets."