When it comes to fantasy football we all hear several pieces of advice. Don't draft quarterbacks early as that position is deep. Make sure to get at least one top running back in the first couple of rounds as that pool will dry up quickly. Don't ever take a kicker or defense/special teams until the last few rounds. What about wide receivers?It's no secret that the NFL is a passing league. It seems every rule change over the past 5-10 years has been geared toward the benefit of throwing the ball and Doug Baldwin Jerseys putting points on the board with quick, exciting plays. In fantasy, we are slowly but steadily seeing a switch to point per reception (PPR) leagues. This puts further emphasis on pass catchers early in our drafts. Some also view receivers as safer picks early in drafts because they don't take the hits that running backs do and thus have a better chance at staying healthy over a long season. Throw in the fact that in most leagues you will start three WRs and a possible fourth in the flex position and we can start to understand why the position is so important.Antonio Brown will more than likely be the first WR taken in your league Richard Sherman Jerseys as he is about as steady as they come. There was a time when catching more than 100 balls in a season would raise everyone's eyebrows. Well, Brown has averaged more than 120 receptions over the past four seasons. That's just incredible when Kam Chancellor Jerseys you throw in that over that span he also averaged 11 touchdowns and 1579 yards. Some might want to debate that Odell Beckham Jr. should be picked first Jimmy Graham Jerseys overall but that seems like a reach. While it's true that he's dynamic and a highlight reel waiting to happen, he has only eclipsed 100 receptions once in his career (101 last season) and the addition of Brandon Marshall will give Eli Manning another true Marshawn Lynch Jerseys receiving threat. Mike Evans, Julio Jones, and A.J. Green are also sure to go in the first round of your fantasy draft.

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The Speckled Door

The Speckled Door is situated 10km outside Kinsale town on the foot of the old head with splendid views overlooking Bullens Bay and the outer Kinsale harbour, it is only 1km from two blue flag beaches and 2km from the old head golf links.
 
The Speckled Door serves local seafood (mussels, oysters, prawns, and crab claws) and all meats come from our own abattoir. The bar and conservatory/patio/beer garden gives one a choice of indoor or outdoor dining
 
A separate function room is available for family celebrations, company barbeques, golf presentations and bus outings, etc. The Speckled Door has ample car parking/wheelchair toilets/beer garden.
 
Summer hours: food is served 12.30-8.30 Monday-Saturday, 12.30-6.30 on Sundays.

Winter hours: October-April lunch 12-30-2.30 Monday-Friday 12.30-5.30 Saturday/Sunday

 

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