The 2012 NFL Fantasy Football season is now three weeks old. If you have been paying close attention, some of the stats thus far from players who have been perennial first or second round picks have simply been mind blowing. It almost resembles bizarro world.
Players who went as top picks have been huge disappointments. Players who were not even drafted have climbed up their team’s depth charts and into fantasy team’s starting lineups. Turn everything upside down, and the fantasy football landscape has been even more difficult to predict than the erratically wrong calls by the replacement referees.
If you don’t believe me, just take a look at these quick hits as it relates to statistics from standard fantasy football scoring leagues.
* Aaron Rodgers was the overall No. 1 pick in many fantasy football drafts, including by me in one of my leagues. He was viewed as perhaps the safest pick at the top of any drafts. After three weeks, Rodgers is the No. 20 highest fantasy scoring QB. He ...