Roddy White Not Worried About Being Most Targeted WR: Fantasy Implications

ATLANTA - AUGUST 13: Roddy White #84 of the Atlanta Falcons pulls in this reception against the Kansas City Chiefs at Georgia Dome on August 13 2010 in Atlanta Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Atlanta's Roddy White say he's not worried about being the most targeted WR in the league. We break down the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons WR Roddy White says he's not concerned if he's not the most targeted receiver in the NFL this season. White tells The Associated Press that he told the team earlier this season that the Falcons have a lot of good playmakers and that everyone needs to be involved in the offense. White caught 100 passes last season and was targeted 180 times. White and the Falcons play Cincinnati on Thursday.

Analysis: White has been the go-to receiver the past few seasons for Matt Ryan, but that may change as second-year receiver Julio Jones continues to improve. White will still see plenty of targets, but Ryan isn't going to ignore Jones and Tony Gonzalez altogether. For at least this season, treat White like a Top 10 receiver but Jones should be the better value in keeper and dynasty formats.

For more on the Falcons check out SB Nation Atlanta and The Falcoholic.

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