PPR Rankings Top 200

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Top 200 PPR Rankings

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
1 Ray Rice (BAL, 8) RB1 2 2

Gifted player that plays on an offense that can’t figure out it’s identity. Cam Cameron just needs to feed Rice the rock.

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2 Arian Foster (HOU, 8) RB2 1 1

Multitalented RB with all the goods including a dominant O-Line. Only annoying thing is having to draft Ben Tate in the 7th or 8th round.

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3 LeSean McCoy (PHI, 7) RB3 3 3

Maybe the closest thing we have seen to Barry Sanders since he retired. Shady runs smoove and although he may dip in TDs, his receiving numbers should go up.

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4 Chris Johnson (TEN, 11) RB4 6 6

CJ played “out of shape” last season as he held out for big money. He went down at first sign of contact and if there wasn’t a hole, he quit. The O-Line has been upgraded, Kendall Wright added, and CJ has himself back in shape and ready to roll again.

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5 Calvin Johnson (DET, 5) WR1 4 5

The best WR in this world or any other for that matter, is the only WR worthy of a first round pick.

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6 Drew Brees (NO, 6) QB1 12 9

No one has been more consistently dominant over the past 4 years. I’ll take him #1 at QB with or without Payton.

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7 Aaron Rodgers (GB, 10) QB2 5 4

Rodgers is the top option at QB due to the high octane offense, plethora of weapons, aggressive play calling, rushing ability, and possibly the best skill set at the position.

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8 Tom Brady (NE, 9) QB3 11 7

The Brady Bunch gets another cast member in the form of Brandon Lloyd. With Josh McDaniels calling the shots and Belichick’s refusal to take his foot off the gas, this offense is going to be close to its 2007 version.

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9 Darren McFadden (OAK, 5) RB5 7 8

A violent runner that has a ton of juice, but his body just hasn’t held up. If you roll the dice with Run DMC, you better make sure to grab the winner of the backup job..Goodson/Jones.

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10 DeMarco Murray (DAL, 5) RB6 17 13

Murray has a ton of talent and plays on explosive offense with only Fragile Felix there to take away touches. Murray’s upright running may get him hurt again, but he is a dual threat back that will be the workhorse in 2012.

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11 Jimmy Graham (NO, 6) TE1 8 11

Possibly more valuable to his team than Gronk and he has only scratched the surface of his potential. It’s these 2 then everyone else.

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12 Ryan Mathews (SD, 7) RB7 18 24

Mr Glass had an injury to every part of his body last season, but we all know that Norv has produced big time fantasy RBs in the past and Tolbert is gonesky.

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13 Matt Forte (CHI, 6) RB8 9 10

Talk about red flags. Forte is holding out, Michael Bush is in the mix, and the offensive line is a mess. Forte has a ton of talent, but his failures at the goaline are legendary and Bush will get a ton of work.

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14 Steven Jackson (STL, 9) RB9 33 23

Action Jackson has lost of ton of tread on his tires and has been plagued by being a part of crappy teams. He should see of ton of work in Jeff Fishers scheme, but it remains to be seen if the offense with click and S-Jax will flourish.

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15 Julio Jones (ATL, 7) WR2 21 20

Julio flashed some serious juice in 2011 and with Roddy on the other side, he should still take advantage of plenty of matchups.

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16 Wes Welker (NE, 9) WR3 14 25

Brandon Lloyd will help stretch the field, which will allow WW to roam free. There may be a few less targets to go around, but Wes will get his.

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17 A.J. Green (CIN, 8) WR4 20 26

Min-Mega was one of the most consistent WRs in fantasy last season and will continue to be a dominant players in the NFL.

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18 Larry Fitzgerald (ARI, 10) WR5 10 17

Has incredible hands, body control, route running, and QB…oh wait, forget that last one. Hopefully the Cards get it figured out this season.

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19 Rob Gronkowski (NE, 9) TE2 13 15

Gronk smashed chicks and records in 2011. Lloyd takes looks away, but he will be a red zone monster.

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20 Hakeem Nicks (NYG, 11) WR6 26 37

Nicks is the most talented WR on the Giants, but he’s constantly dealing with nagging injuries.

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21 Jamaal Charles (KC, 7) RB10 25 16

Unlike Mendy or AP, Charles injured his ACL in week two and will have almost a full year of recovery before the start of the season. It will be important to track JC in preseason to see him cut and run at full speed.

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22 Roddy White (ATL, 7) WR7 15 34

The target king of the South will be one of most targeted guys (again) and the Falcons pass attack is only getting better.

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23 Marshawn Lynch (SEA, 11) RB11 32 21

Beast mode got nasty in 2011 while playing with inferior QBs and 80% of his O-Line on the shelf. Matt Flynn brings stability to the passing game and if the line can come back strong, we should see plenty of Skittles showers. *possible suspension looming*

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24 Greg Jennings (GB, 10) WR8 24 32

The #1 option on possibly the best pass attack in the NFL. I’m not worried about Jordy getting 15 TDs again.

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25 Darren Sproles (NO, 6) RB12 22 29

Will never be workhorse, but will gut a ton of receptions in this offense. Payton not calling the shots is slightly worrisome.

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26 Andre Johnson (HOU, 8) WR9 19 27

AJ has been the #1 or #2 drafted every year, but after years of injuries and a switch in offensive philosophy. Not a slamdunk this season.

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27 Marques Colston (NO, 6) WR10 39 44

Colston is healthy and having Graham to take the pressure off should only help his production.

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28 Percy Harvin (MIN, 11) WR11 30 41

Harvin will be a true value pick this season as he should have the same expanded role he excelled in after the Vikings figured out how to use him. More of the same is coming in 2012.

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29 Jordy Nelson (GB, 10) WR12 34 39

Rodgers trusts him and he has good hands and can get deep. While I don’t think he can duplicate his 15 TDs, he should get more targets and hence plenty of fantasy goodness.

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30 Brandon Marshall (CHI, 6) WR13 23 31

Reunited and it feels so good. Cutler and Marshall were a dynamic duo back in Denver and now they will bring their show to Chi-Town.

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31 Cam Newton (CAR, 6) QB4 28 18

I keep hearing regression. Newton should only get better as a passer and who’s to say he can’t rush for MORE TDs? Yes Fat Tolbert is around, but this offense will live and die with Newton and his freakish abilities.

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32 Victor Cruz (NYG, 11) WR14 29 30

The long TDs may not be there again, but Eli targets his slot WRs a ton. Cruz should have another big year, just not a top 5 again.

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33 Trent Richardson (CLE, 10) RB13 31 22

The most talented RB to come out of the draft since All Day has the skill set, opportunity, and strong O-Line. Will be a workhorse in an offense that needs playmakers desperately.

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34 Matthew Stafford (DET, 5) QB5 27 19

When you throw to Megatron, you have fantasy value. Stafford has a cannon attached to his right shoulder, an pass happy offense, and a ton of young studs out wide.

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35 Jeremy Maclin (PHI, 7) WR15 43 56

Maclin will be underrated coming into this season and has the potential in this offense to be a top 10 guy. Mush more consistent than D-Jax.

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36 Brandon Lloyd (NE, 9) WR16 52 60

With assume the Randy Moss role in a system he has flourished in, but since breaking out he has never dealt with the level of talent he will have to share the ball with. He also has never played with a QB like Brady.

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37 Eric Decker (DEN, 7) WR17 55 75

From a value standpoint, Decker is a better choice than Demaryius and Peyton/Decker have already bonded quickly in OTAs. It wouldn’t surprise me if he ends up with better #’s than Thomas.

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38 Dez Bryant (DAL, 5) WR18 35 42

Clearly talented, but disappears in games for long stretches and plays so violent it leads to nicks/bruises. The Cowboys need to take him off of punt returns and let him concentrate on WR.

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39 Fred Jackson (BUF, 8) RB14 40 28

The Rodney Dangerfield of fantasy football with have more competition for touches this season with Spiller proving his worth at the end of 2011.

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40 Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG, 11) RB15 41 36

The Giants let overrated Brandon Jacobs walk , but brought in explosive runner David Wilson. Bradshaw has had foot and fumbling issues over the years and may be overdrafted in 2012 fantasy drafts.

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41 Steve Smith (CAR, 6) WR19 36 46

Cameron Newton should only get better as a passer and Smitty looked like a new man last season. He will need LaFell to step up to take some pressure off, but has every chance to be a top 10 option.

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42 Antonio Brown (PIT, 4) WR20 49 55

While teams doubled Wallace continuously, Brown showed great hands and route running ability. The Steelers may have to throw quite a bit more than they realize in 2012.

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43 Dwayne Bowe (KC, 7) WR21 47 62

Bowe has all the talent in the world, but will need Cassel to stay healthy and improve as a QB.

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44 Antonio Gates (SD, 7) TE3 53 43

Gates fought through injuries in 2011 and was still productive for playing on one leg. Not a ton of upside as the wheels could completely come off.

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45 Adrian Peterson (MIN, 11) RB16 38 14

Peterson is coming into the season off a torn ACL and MCL, which occurred so late in the season that he may not be ready for the start of the season. If you grab him in the second round, you may want to ensure you get Gerhart as well.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
46 Maurice Jones-Drew (JAC, 6) RB17 16 12

No one has carried the ball more than MJD over the past 3 seasons and his current hold out is troublesome. If that can get resolved sooner, rather than later than MJD will still be a safe pick. If it lingers we could be looking at a CJ situation.

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47 Steve Johnson (BUF, 8) WR22 45 67

The guy has some issues with stupid antics, but proved he can be a solid fantasy WR. Fitz was perhaps injured in the second half of 2011 and the whole Bills offense fell flat. Should be a solid #2 WR this season.

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48 Kevin Smith (DET, 5) RB18 105 86

Kevin Smith is still only 25 years old and a guy I like as a deep sleeper this season. We have seen the Lions RBs bring in fantasy value and Best/Leshoure are no guarantees.

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49 Mike Wallace (PIT, 4) WR23 37 48

Contract issues and a drop off in production when teams rolled coverage, Wallace should be fine if the contract negotiations don’t get ugly.

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50 Peyton Hillis (KC, 7) RB19 89 70

Hill was a beast in 2011 and a bust in 2011. The Chiefs O-Line is one of the best in the NFL and Charles may be eased back into the mix. Hillis has a ton of value this season. A bigger, better, younger version of Thomas Jones.

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51 Aaron Hernandez (NE, 9) TE4 51 45

Out of everyone on the Pats, I think Hernandez could be affected by Lloyd the most. Still a stud and Brady gonna throw the pill, a lot.

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52 Vernon Davis (SF, 9) TE5 59 52

Had a disappointing 2011, but blew up in the playoffs and Moss around to take away coverage.

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53 Willis McGahee (DEN, 7) RB20 76 50

McGahee has the inside track to getting muchos fake points as he can pass protect Mr Manning. Peyton will get this offense going and McGahee should reap the rewards of plenty of close shots at the endzone.

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54 Matt Ryan (ATL, 7) QB6 58 49

Matty Ice came on strong down the stretch of 2011 when BOTH Roddy and Julio were healthy. The Falcons are looking to pass more and more, so Ryan could be one of the better values this season.

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55 Doug Martin (TB, 5) RB21 42 33

Should have the inside track to get the majority of the touches, as Blount can’t pass protect. Martin is superior in every aspect and the Bucs offense should be a lot better in 2012.

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56 Philip Rivers (SD, 7) QB7 65 66

Rollin Rivers burned a ton of owners last season and their scorn is our reward. Rivers still has Norv calling the shots and might have a better WR corp than 2011.

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57 Eli Manning (NYG, 11) QB8 56 53

From punchline to 2 time Super Bowl Champ. Manning cut down on turnovers and became a fantasy starter in 2011. With Nicks, Cruz, and Randle, this may be the best set of weapons he has ever had.

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58 Jay Cutler (CHI, 6) QB9 87 89

If you wait on a QB and land Cutler as your starter in a 12 man league, I think you will be pleased. With bosom buddy Brandon Marshall in Chi-Town, the Bears passing game should get on track as long as the O-Line doesn’t fall apart.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
59 Titus Young (DET, 5) WR24 103 101

Young is one to watch this preseason as he could jump right into the #2 spot opposite Megatron. If he does, he will jump up this list.

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60 Jermichael Finley (GB, 10) TE6 62 59

The freak Finley had problems with drops and his contract in 2011. Contract is done. Now, will Rodgers trust him in the group of skill pass catchers.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
61 DeSean Jackson (PHI, 7) WR25 61 68

A polarizing fantasy player, D-Jax pouted his way through 2011 and got his big deal this offseason. He will be maddeningly inconsistent, but can win you your game on any given week.

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62 Demaryius Thomas (DEN, 7) WR26 48 57

Freakish size and speed and will now catch passes from Peyton Manning instead of Tebow. Yeah, that ‘s an upgrade.

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63 Brent Celek (PHI, 7) TE7 101 127

Some will say this is too high, but Celek was a top 5 TE during the last 11 games of 2011 when Vick looked for him. Big year ahead.

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64 C.J. Spiller (BUF, 8) RB22 70 73

Came on strong when F-Jax went down last season and proved himself to the coaching staff. Spiller is younger and more explosive than Jackson, but will be in something like a 60/40 split to start the season.

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65 Darrius Heyward-Bey (OAK, 5) WR27 83 105

Finally proved he can play at the NFL level and could start opposite Moore, but the Raiders have a deep corp of WRs

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66 Miles Austin (DAL, 5) WR28 44 61

Austin hammy’s killed his 2011 season and opened the door for LoRo to break out. With LoRo in Jax, there are tons of fantasy points in this passing game.

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67 Greg Little (CLE, 10) WR29 82 113

Little really suffered from the lack of quality QB play from McCoy last season. Weeden has a canon and Little could line up in the slot, where he could do some damage.

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68 Torrey Smith (BAL, 8) WR30 71 79

The Ravens took a ton of shots with Smith last season, but he and Flacco had difficulty connecting. This could be his breakout season.

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69 BenJarvus Green-Ellis (CIN, 8) RB23 81 54

Not a special player, but a guy who should get a ton of work and all the goaline carries. I have been waiting for Bernard Scott to break out for 3 years, I’m not holding my breath. The Law Firm will be a solid, yet unspectacular pick this season.

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70 Jonathan Stewart (CAR, 6) RB24 67 69

2013. The year that Jonathan Stewart will finally be free. Stewart is the most talented RB on the team, but D-WIlly and Fat Tolbert will take too many opportunities away to trust any of them.

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71 Michael Vick (PHI, 7) QB10 50 47

Last season people debated him as the #1 overall pick. This season he is a forgotten man falling in early mocks. Yes, you will have to get a capable backup, but how many QBs can single handedly win you games?

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72 Tony Romo (DAL, 5) QB11 60 71

Romo never gets any respect, but the guy has a ton of talent and elite weapons at his disposal. Dez Bryant needs to take the next step and Miles Austin needs to stay out of the trainers room for Romo to be elite this season.

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73 Peyton Manning (DEN, 7) QB12 68 72

Peyton will be a hot topic this fantasy offseason as he has gone from a rock solid fantasy star to a high risk/high reward player. Age, neck injuries, new offense, and a year off of work may be enough to avoid him till the middle to late rounds. It could pay off big.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
74 Jermaine Gresham (CIN, 8) TE8 97 96

Rumors that Gresham will have a bigger role in 2012 and could be ready for a breakout.

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75 Michael Turner (ATL, 7) RB25 63 35

No longer the Burner or a guy who can handle the 350 plus carries a season. Should still be a lock for 10 TDs and you can’t ask for mush more from your RB2.

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76 Frank Gore (SF, 9) RB26 57 38

Gore wore down at the end of 2011 and will have a ton of competition for touches this season.

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77 Greg Olsen (CAR, 6) TE9 118 135

The offense focused on the TE and Olsen capitalized early in the season before fading late.

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78 Reggie Wayne (IND, 4) WR31 64 81

Wayne stayed in Indy and will be the top target for one of the best QB prospects ever. Nothing could be worse than last season.

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79 Donald Brown (IND, 4) RB27 77 65

Brown finally made some strides at the end of 2011 and is getting the backing of the coaching staff early on. Not sure he can hold up.

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80 Pierre Garcon (WAS, 10) WR32 72 85

I just not a fan of this guy. Stone hands and bad route running have plagued him over his career. RG3 has a cannon and may connect on some long throws, but he is not trust worthy IMO.

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81 Evan Royster (WAS, 10) RB28 152 125

THT is back and Helu showed he can be the guy, but this is Shanny and Son we are talking about. Rumor is he could win the job outright. Somebody to keep an eye on.

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82 Tony Gonzalez (ATL, 7) TE10 80 94

Just keeps on trucking as he is a workout warrior and the Falcons should keep the targets coming.

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83 Jake Locker (TEN, 11) QB13 166 152

This pick is all about upside. Locker showed flashes in 2011 in limited duty, but he still needs to beat out Hass to get the keys to the car. With Britt, Washington, CJ, Cook, and Wright at his disposal, Locker is primed to be a breakout star in fantasy.

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84 Kenny Britt (TEN, 11) WR33 75 87

One of the most talented WRs in the NFL, but his off the field issues, work ethic, and knee surgery have me a bit tentative with his ranking this season.

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85 Lance Moore (NO, 6) WR34 100 122

Moore has produced every time he is one the field and he should get more reps than ever this season with Meachem in SD. Love him as a value pick.

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86 Rashad Jennings (JAC, 6) RB29 147 110

MJD’s holdout getting ugly

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87 Ryan Williams (ARI, 10) RB30 110 92

Like Leshoure, if Williams is healed he will push Beanie for playing time this season.

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88 Robert Griffin III (WAS, 10) QB14 90 83

This still may a little high for RG3 considering he’s a rookie, but this guy could be special. If he can master the offense early on, his physical talents may make him a fantasy star. Could be the Cam Newton-syndrome.

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89 Robert Meachem (SD, 7) WR35 78 97

Meachem has a ton of talent, but wasn’t able to put it together in NO. Norv likes the long ball and Rivers has the goods to deliver.

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90 Danny Amendola (STL, 9) WR36 124 146

Has had a big camp and has looked great preseason as well. Love him in PPR leagues even more.

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91 Malcom Floyd (SD, 7) WR37 96 102

Floyd has shown the ability to get deep and make some plays in this offense. He will get every opportunity to prove he can do it consistency this season.

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92 Kendall Wright (TEN, 11) WR38 136 159

Britt’s injury could open the door for the rookie WR.

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93 Vincent Jackson (TB, 5) WR39 54 64

V-Jax, much like D-Jax is so inconsistent you will pull your hair out. He may get 3 TDs in one game and then disappear for three weeks. A change in scenery may do the trick, but I’m not doubling down.

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94 Stevan Ridley (NE, 9) RB31 92 82

Belichick hates fantasy football and will not allow one guy to be the main runner. Hell, he changes he mind week to week without notice. Ridley has the best chance to be their BJGE this season.

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95 Randall Cobb (GB, 10) WR40 155 139

I think Cobb overtakes Jones and gets extended looks this season. Has a ton of juice.

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96 Reggie Bush (MIA, 7) RB32 46 40

Bush waited until 2011 to break out when no one thought he would. Daniel Thomas is healthy, Lamar Miller was added, and the offense looks anemic.

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97 Kendall Hunter (SF, 9) RB33 186 157

Gore is getting old and couldn’t hold up to the workload in 2011. The 49ers brought in other runners, but neither is more complete than Hunter. The sleeper in this backfield.

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98 Ben Tate (HOU, 8) RB34 108 78

Tate is most important handcuff in fantasy. Will be a flex play on most weeks and if Foster were to get hurt, he would be a top 10 guy.

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99 Doug Baldwin (SEA, 11) WR41 139 168

Baldwin was the best WR on the Hawks last season and may have a chance to improve with Flynn at QB.

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100 Brandon LaFell (CAR, 6) WR42 133 169

LaFell is a big target that should find success as a nice possession WR for Cam.

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101 DeAngelo Williams (CAR, 6) RB35 93 88

D-Will still has some juice left in the tank, but he has to share carries with J-Stew, Fat Tolbert, and Cameron Newton.

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102 Carson Palmer (OAK, 5) QB15 131 115

Was decent at times despite missing training camp and the preseason. Has a ton of talent at WR and is a nice backup fantasy QB with upside.

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103 Jon Baldwin (KC, 7) WR43 156 171

Baldwin is a physical freak that will start opposite Bowe and if the offense can get it together, he could have a breakout season.

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104 Fred Davis (WAS, 10) TE11 73 76

I really like Davis a lot, but Cooley still there and RG3 didn’t use the TE much in college. My sense is he will be looking at possibly the best receiving option on the Skins.

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105 Jason Witten (DAL, 5) TE12 66 74

As steady as they come Witten is part of an elite passing attack, but is slowing down.

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106 Brandon Pettigrew (DET, 5) TE13 74 80

Pettigrew mans the middle in the high flying Lions attack. Will be a solid TE2 with upside.

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107 Kyle Rudolph (MIN, 11) TE14 129 142

The Vikings will try and utilize Rudolph in the passing game a ton this season. A true sleeper.

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108 Andrew Luck (IND, 4) QB16 138 107

If there was ever a pro-ready QB, it’s Luck. He has decent weapons and will most likely live in garbage time.

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109 Mark Ingram (NO, 6) RB36 102 77

Ingram is a hard nosed runner and the Saints would love to make him their bell cow, but his knee hasn’t been able to hold up.

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110 Nate Washington (TEN, 11) WR44 114 116

Washington was a huge surprise last season when Britt went down and if he can hold off Wright, he could be a nice deep sleeper.

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111 Jacob Tamme (DEN, 7) TE15 95 100

Peyton made him a stud. Reunited and it feels so good.

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112 Shonn Greene (NYJ, 9) RB37 69 51

Raise you hand if this guy has burned you over the last 3 years. Greene will be the “guy” this season, right? I’ll believe it when I see it.

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113 Michael Bush (CHI, 6) RB38 111 93

Bush wasn’t brought to Chi-Town to chill on the sidelines. He will immediately be their goaline/short yardage back and if Forte is out for any reason, he has shown the ability to be a feature back.

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114 Randy Moss (SF, 9) WR45 141 141

Love him or hate him, when he wants to play he can be unstoppable. We will see how the offense looks in preseason.

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115 Denarius Moore (OAK, 5) WR46 84 98

Moore gelled with Carson Palmer nicely last season and has a ton of juice if he can stay healthy. Hamstring issues have plagued him all Summer.

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116 Ben Roethlisberger (PIT, 4) QB17 79 91

I’m not real high on Big Ben this season, with a new offense and Mike Wallace holding out it looks like it could be a rough start. But, Ben is Ben, Wallace will most likely sign, and he should be a strong QB2.

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117 Pierre Thomas (NO, 6) RB39 106 118

Pierre is good at everything and is undervalued in fantasy circles coming into 2012. If Ingram misses any time than Thomas will have great value and can be had for a ham sandwich.

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118 Michael Crabtree (SF, 9) WR47 98 114

Crabtree has not put it together in his short career and now has Super Mario and Moss to take away opportunities.

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119 Shane Vereen (NE, 9) RB40 135 140

The faster RB on the team will have be part of a crowded backfield and Belichick never tips his hand.

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120 Mike Williams (TB, 5) WR48 99 132

Mike Williams was a monster size bust in 2011 as he was probably miscast as a #1 WR. Freeman should improve (can’t get worse) and V-Jax should take coverage off him. Worth a shot in the late rounds.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
121 Santana Moss (WAS, 10) WR49 119 175

Moss could be the best WR on the Skins and may find himself with a ton of targets from the rookie QB. I think he undervalued right now.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
122 Jacquizz Rodgers (ATL, 7) RB41 115 120

Should see more time on the field as a solid complimentary RB to Turner. I would be higher on him is Snelling didn’t come back.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
123 David Wilson (NYG, 11) RB42 117 90

Already getting rave reviews from the coaching staff, Wilson brings an element to the Giants backfield they haven’t had since Tiki went to be a weatherman.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
124 Justin Blackmon (JAC, 6) WR50 112 99

Problems off the field: DUIs. Problems on the field: Gabbert.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
125 Anquan Boldin (BAL, 8) WR51 94 112

Boldin is still a solid WR, but he has lost step and will be a guy I wouldn’t be targeting this season.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
126 Joe Flacco (BAL, 8) QB18 134 137

You like 3,600 yards passing a season? Flacco’s done it 3 years in a row. If Torrey Smith steps up and the play calling improves, then maybe Flacco can finally have ‘that’ season.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
127 Sidney Rice (SEA, 11) WR52 104 123

Rice has a ton of physical abilities, but poor QB play and injuries kept him from excelling in 2011.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
128 Laurent Robinson (JAC, 6) WR53 130 165

Tough going from Romo to Gabbert. Last year was fun.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
129 Kevin Ogletree (DAL, 5) WR54

Ogletree is the favorite to win the Cowboys #3 WR position, which was a huge fantasy position in 2011.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
130 Michael Floyd (ARI, 10) WR55 140 162

Playing opposite Fitz should get you plenty of shots. Floyd could be the most talented WR in this draft class.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
131 Martellus Bennett (NYG, 11) TE16 161 167

Has the physical talents and could be a big part of the passing game as Eli has lacked a pass catching TE since Shockey bailed.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
132 Jared Cook (TEN, 11) TE17 109 109

He came on at the end of 2011 and has a ton of upside.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
133 Owen Daniels (HOU, 8) TE18 116 130

Dressen being gone will help, but Daniels has never been a big scoring threat.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
134 Coby Fleener (IND, 4) TE19 127 133

Has a built in rapport with Luck and will get a ton of targets.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
135 Dustin Keller (NYJ, 9) TE20 113 144

Has never been a consistent option due to the play calling in New York. We will see if Sparano can change that.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
136 James Casey (HOU, 8) TE21 144

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
137 Kellen Winslow (SEA, 11) TE22 146 166

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
138 Heath Miller (PIT, 4) TE23 159 225

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
139 Ed Dickson (BAL, 8) TE24 158 207

Dickson is a solid player that has flashed at times. Needs to be more consistent to be a fantasy option.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
140 Tony Moeaki (KC, 7) TE25 173 228

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
141 Santonio Holmes (NYJ, 9) WR56 88 111

Holmes fell flat on his face last season and has a meltdown in the Jets locker room. In OTAs he quit. Now he may have Tebow under center.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
142 Josh Freeman (TB, 5) QB19 123 126

Last season was a disaster. Freeman recognized he needed to put in more work and has done so. The Bucs will install the Giants aggressive downfield attack and with the additions of V-Jax and Martin, a bounce-back season could be in store.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
143 Ryan Fitzpatrick (BUF, 8) QB20 145 149

Fitzpatrick started off strong, but defenses started to figure him out and an injury may have slowed him as well. Still needs another weapon, but defense should be better and give the offense more opportunities.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
144 Chris “Beanie” Wells (ARI, 10) RB43 86 58

Beanie is not a special player and will be pushed for playing time by Ryan Williams. Knee is till an issue.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
145 Eddie Royal (SD, 7) WR57 181 262

Royal hasn’t excelled since his rookie season, but Rivers could bring him back into relevance.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
146 Nate Burleson (DET, 5) WR58 143 230

Could hold on for one more season as the starter, but Young should easily overtake him this preseason.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
147 Dallas Clark (TB, 5) TE26 172 180

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
148 Brian Quick (STL, 9) WR59 142 170

Quick should see a ton of targets if he wins the starting gig. Oh who are we kidding, he will win the job.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
149 Marcedes Lewis (JAC, 6) TE27 178 179

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
150 LeGarrette Blount (TB, 5) RB44 149 124

Has limited skills and Martin looks legit, too legit too quit.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
151 San Francisco 49ers, 9 DST11 148 106

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
152 Mario Manningham (SF, 9) WR60 151 164

May get deep a couple of times, but he’s not a special player.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
153 Rashard Mendenhall (PIT, 4) RB45 167 131

Will probably miss the first 3 games for sure and wasn’t impressive last season anyway. Off the PUP early enough that the Steelers think he will contribute.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
154 Matt Schaub (HOU, 8) QB21 107 108

The Texans have become a run first offense and Schaub not only injury prone, but Andre Johnson can’t stay on the field either. Schaub is backup fodder in 2012

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
155 Alex Green (GB, 10) RB46 183 210

Faster and better than Starks, which may give him a chance to be the guy if he can prove himself healthy enough.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
156 Mikel Leshoure (DET, 5) RB47 132 117

The Jersey Leshoure needs to get his act together and if he is fully healed from his injury than he has the inside track to be 1st and 2nd down RB. Will miss the first 2 games of the season.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
157 Davone Bess (MIA, 7) WR61 128 216

Always better in PPR leagues, but Tannehill will need someone to step up.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
158 Alshon Jeffery (CHI, 6) WR62 154 173

Big bodied WR and has been compared to a young Brandon Marshall.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
159 Jerome Simpson (MIN, 11) WR63 170 190

Simpson could surprise as a late round pick. Harvin and Rudolph will take the pressure off.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
160 Terrell Owens (SEA, 11) WR64 199 193

Might be the best WR on the team.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
161 Mike Goodson (OAK, 5) RB48 182 158

If he is named the backup to DMC, then he is a must own.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
162 Lance Kendricks (STL, 9) TE28 180 206

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
163 Toby Gerhart (MIN, 11) RB49 122 104

If you draft AP, than Gerhart better be on your radar later in your draft. He showed he could be a good fantasy option when AP went down and may have a big role early in the year.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
164 Daniel Thomas (MIA, 7) RB50 157 129

Thomas looked solid prior to his hamstring issues, but role in new offense is still cloudy.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
165 Kellen Davis (CHI, 6) TE29 191 292

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
166 Leonard Hankerson (WAS, 10) WR65 164 214

Has the deep speed to match RG3′s arm.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
167 Isaac Redman (PIT, 4) RB51 85 63

Redman is a solid RB2, but has limited upside outside of the fact that he will get a ton of work until Mendy comes back.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
168 Austin Collie (IND, 4) WR66 121 160

Luck is polished, but he will need a guy who runs precise routes and has great hands. Collie could be a deep sleeper.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
169 Reuben Randle (NYG, 11) WR67 162 189

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
170 Ronnie Hillman (DEN, 7) RB52 126 121

Someone to watch this Summer as he should be a nice complimentary RB to McGahee.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
171 Anthony Fasano (MIA, 7) TE30 198 245

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
172 Scott Chandler (BUF, 8) TE31 200 198

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
173 Christian Ponder (MIN, 11) QB22 215 226

Ponder showed some promise, but also hit the wall last season. Didn’t help that the Vikings had nothing outside of Harvin. They have improved in that area and Ponder has mobility and poise on his side.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
174 Vincent Brown (SD, 7) WR68 168 185

Will be part of the crew to replace V-Jax. Brown had a couple of nice games with Rivers in 2011.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
175 Cedric Benson (GB, 10) RB53 153 95

Should be the starter for GB this season.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
176 Stephen Hill (NYJ, 9) WR69 171 211

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
177 David Nelson (BUF, 8) WR70 169 223

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
178 Alex Smith (SF, 9) QB23 174 176

Smith may never be a fantasy stud, but found his niche with Harbaugh calling the shots. Will have another year with Harbaugh under his belt and Moss/Mario added, he should be a solid QB2.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
179 Felix Jones (DAL, 5) RB54 137 153

Jones has explosiveness, but he can’t stay healthy. Will provide little unless Murray goes down again.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
180 Joel Dreessen (DEN, 7) TE32 225 177

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
181 James Jones (GB, 10) WR71 176 255

If only he could catch.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
182 Emmanuel Sanders (PIT, 4) WR72 175 218

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
183 Green Bay Packers, 10 DST12 193 154

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
184 Zach Miller (SEA, 11) TE33 234 268

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
185 Alfred Morris (WAS, 10) RB55 286

Could be the week one starter. Get ready to pull your hair out.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
186 Bernard Scott (CIN, 8) RB56 163 205

Scott has done little behind Benson and will still be #2 on the depth chart behind BJGE.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
187 Brian Hartline (MIA, 7) WR73 179 233

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
188 Marcel Reece (OAK, 5) RB57 229

Wouldn’t be surprised in the least if Reece becomes the desired handcuff of DMC.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
189 Stephen Williams (ARI, 10) WR74 185

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
190 Philadelphia Eagles, 7 DST13 188 145

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
191 Andy Dalton (CIN, 8) QB24 150 128

Has A.J. Green and Gresham, but as talented as they are, they are young and so is the rest of the corps. Dalton was poised and solid as a rock in his rookie season, but we could see some regression here.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
192 Seattle Seahawks, 11 DST14 248 196

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
193 Delone Carter (IND, 4) RB58 205 239

Donald Brown doesn’t really fit the power RB mold the Colts are looking for. Carter has the frame to hold up if given the chance.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
194 Jacoby Ford (OAK, 5) WR75 184 215

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
195 Isaiah Pead (STL, 9) RB59 165 151

Jackson needs someone to take some of the workload and Pead should be excellent in that role.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
196 Earl Bennett (CHI, 6) WR76 192 221

Bennett, when healthy was a nice WR for Cutler. With Marshall taking pressure off and Jeffrey playing opposite, My name is Earl could make hay in the slot.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
197 Matt Flynn (SEA, 11) QB25 217 204

I can’t see a scenario where Flynn doesn’t win the QB job, but the Hawks like to run the ball and play tough defense. They may choose to open it up more with a good WR corp and Flynn behind center.

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
198 Steve Breaston (KC, 7) WR77 196 234

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
199 Mohamed Sanu (CIN, 8) WR78 197 227

 

Rank Player (team, bye) Pos ECR™ ADP
200 Tim Hightower (WAS, 10) RB60 160 156

Wasn’t special before the injury, but in bizarro world he could the starter in 2012.

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Juan Elway is an enthusiast of Fantasy Football, Movies, and Combat Sports, but don't call him an expert. He once shook Adrian Peterson's hand and AP winced in pain. Follow him on Twitter where you can partake in all sorts of shenanigans.