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If you're curious about how the Tennessee Titans are viewed in fantasy football, I surveyed some of the top fantasy sites to see how the experts ranked the Titans at their respective positions, how they ranked them overall, and what the average draft positions were. Following are the results of the survey, after the jump.
RB Chris JohnsonExpert ranking: standard leagues - 1st round, PPR - 1st roundAverage Draft Position: standard - 1st round, PPR - 1st round(Ten picks per round used in this exercise.)CJ is ranked as a top-ten overall pick but he's no longer a top-five back. Arian Foster, Ray Rice, LeSean McCoy, Ryan Mathews and Maurice Jones Drew (despite his holdout) are all ahead of CJ in most rankings. CJ is ranked about the same as Darren McFadden on some sites and I personally wouldn't take CJ as my RB1 with so many good RBs ahead of him and so many other backs (Marshawn Lynch, DeMarco Murray, Matt Forte and Trent Richardson) who you can get in round 2. The ...
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I put off a discussion of Kendall Wright when I wrote about Greg Cosell's comments on the Titans' draft picks, but now it's time to talk about those comments with a focus on what Wright might mean to the Titans' offense.First, Kenny Britt's arrest inconveniently complicates matters. A passing offense with Britt, Wright, and Nate Washington looks and functions...
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After last week's mostly offense-focused posting, it's time to look at the other side of the ball. Later this week, I'll write a couple posts taking a more in-depth look at Akeem Ayers, but first I wanted to write about new defensive end Kamerion Wimbley. I wrote a little about his ability when he signed with the Titans, but it's worth taking a more in-depth look...