<strong>July 20, 2005</strong>
Source: <a href="http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2005/writers/james_quintong/07/18/inside.fantasy/1.html">Sports Illustrated</a>
San Diego: No. 2 wide receiver (Eric Parker vs. Reche Caldwell): The Chargers do have a No. 1 wideout in veteran Keenan McCardell, plus a couple of up-and-coming guys in Parker and Caldwell, who had their moments during Drew Brees' breakout 2004. Caldwell had three TDs and averaged almost 18 yards a catch in his first six games before an injury ended his season. Parker had four TDs, the most by a S.D. wideout, and logged the most starts of any wide receiver. Caldwell may have a bit more upside, but with Antonio Gates and LaDainian Tomlinson getting most of the catches, Chargers wideouts don't come highly recommended.
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