QB Sam Bradford (St. Louis)
Tough to get behind Bradford as anything more than a QB2 because of his lack of offensive supporting cast. He could improve on the 3512 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions he had in 2010, but at the same time, I don’t expect them to pass 590 times again, like they did in 2010. And, of course, he might not last the season behind an offensive line that led the league in sacks in 2011. They got a new center, which helps, but that’s just a center. They also inexplicably didn’t address the line until the 5th round in the draft.
Projection: 3410 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns, 14 interceptions, 50 rushing yards, 0 rushing touchdowns (193 pts standard/233 pts in 6 pt TD leagues)
RB Steven Jackson (St. Louis)
Like Michael Turner, Jackson will be getting a reduced workload this season, but Jackson’s reduced workload is more well known after the Rams spent a 2nd round pick on a running back, Isaiah Pead. Pead will be able to do what Cadillac Williams a...