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CBSSports.com advises fantasy owners on how to approach your upcoming draft if picking out of the top
eight spots, respectively – 1st | 2nd | 3rd | 4th | 5th | 6th | 7th |8th.
ProFootballFocus.com provides an extended look at the longevity of running backs, using career touches
instead of age as their basis for decline.
DavidGonos.com looks at some of the riskier players heading into 2012, but warns not to avoid all risk in
your upcoming draft.
Darren Sproles was a top ten fantasy running back a year ago but we all now past performance doesn’t
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Catch me if you can Juan…
Lots of worries in fantasy circles about the state of the Saints offense in 2012. Color me not concerned. Pete Carmichael knows whats up with this offense and Drew Brees is a surgeon. Darren Sproles role will not change and he should be in line for plenty of receptions once again.
Drew Brees Hangs With Magic Mike
Fantasy Football Rankings: Top 200
Shanny’s been giving me love Juan…
Now, I don’t trust Shanny and Son further than I can throw Darren Sproles, but Royster has been working will the starters all camp for various reasons. First, Tim Hightower is not 100% and was not impressive at all last season when he was. Roy Helu doesn’t have the backing of the staff and Royster finished 2011 with back to back 100...
I’m a jack of all trades Juan…
2011 Recap: While Darren Sproles was lighting the PPR world on fire and Mark Ingram was disappointing fantasy owners, Pierre Thomas quietly put together a decent little season. He finished with 987 total yards, 6 TDs, and 50 receptions on only 59 targets, which was an amazing 85% catch rate.
What’s Changed: Mark Ingram just can’t seem...