Found July 08, 2013 on The Fake Football:
Greetings from the fine folks here at The Fake Football, and welcome back after a long holiday weekend. Hopefully you’re done sweeping the bottle rockets off your roof and the hangover has subsided, because we’ve got two scoops of fake football goodness headed your way! Over Independence Day weekend, there were a few notable pieces of information released concerning the world of fantasy football running backs, so let’s dive right in and see how this recent pre-training camp news impacts the fantasy prospects of some top rushers…   Steven Jackson – Our old buddy SJax looks like he’ll be a fantasy MONSTER in Atlanta (check him out in our staff rankings), and it appears he will be as fresh as ever heading into the 2013 season. According to Daniel Cox from, Atlanta offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter plans on using Jackson sparingly over the preseason. Koetter added, “Steven’s got a gazillion carries in his career. Coach Smith will determine how many c...

Falcons aren’t expected to use Steven Jackson much this preseason

Steven Jackson is entering the first year with the Falcons, after spending the first nine years of his career with the Rams. This will come as no surprise: The Falcons are not going to give Steven Jackson a heavy workload this preseason. “Steven’s got a gazillion carries in his career,” Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter said. “Coach Smith will determine how many...
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