DraftCalc.com Fantasy Football Rankings, Projections, Start Bench Advice, Predictions, Sleepers, Forums Mon, 14 Jan 2013 07:15:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.5 2012-2013 Fantasy Football Divisional Playoff Rankings /fantasy-football-content/articles/2012-2013-fantasy-football-divisional-playoff-rankings/ /fantasy-football-content/articles/2012-2013-fantasy-football-divisional-playoff-rankings/#comments Thu, 10 Jan 2013 20:16:50 +0000 Smitty /?p=6697 Below you will find our 2012 Fantasy Football Divisional Playoff Rankings.

This is an update to our rankings we did prior to the Wild Card games; These auction value-based rankings are based on a regular PPR scoring format, and the auction values are based on a salary of $200.

If you play in a divisional-based fantasy football playoff league, good luck to you!


Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings (2013)

Updated: 1/10/13

Quarterbacks

  1. Peyton Manning (DEN) – $60
  2. Tom Brady (NE) – $58
  3. Aaron Rodgers (GB) – $60
  4. Matt Ryan (ATL) – $55
  5. Russell Wilson (SEA) – $50
  6. Colin Kaepernick (SF) – $25
  7. Joe Flacco (BAL) – $18
  8. Matt Schaub (HOU) – $13


Running Backs

  1. Ray Rice (BAL) – $63
  2. Stevan Ridley (NE) – $60
  3. Arian Foster (HOU) – $60
  4. Marshawn Lynch (SEA) – $59
  5. Knowshon Moreno (DEN) – $58
  6. Frank Gore (SF) – $45
  7. Michael Turner (ATL) – $37
  8. Jacquizz Rodgers (ATL) – $17
  9. DuJuan Harris (GB) – $15
  10. Ryan Grant (GB) – $8
  11. Ben Tate (HOU) – $3
  12. Shane Vereen (NE) – $1
  13. Bernard Pierce (BAL) – $1
  14. LaMichael James (SF) – $1


Kickers

  1. Matt Prater (DEN) – $13
  2. Stephen Gostkowski (NE) – $11
  3. Matt Bryant (ATL) – $10
  4. Mason Crosby (GB) – $9
  5. Justin Tucker (BAL) – $8
  6. Shayne Graham (HOU) – $8
  7. David Akers (SF) – $7
  8. Steven Hauscka (SEA) – $6

Wide Receivers

  1. Andre Johnson (HOU) – $60
  2. Demaryius Thomas (DEN) – $60
  3. Greg Jennings (GB) – $50
  4. Julio Jones (ATL) – $50
  5. Wes Welker (NE) – $45
  6. Roddy White (ATL) – $42
  7. Randall Cobb (GB) – $40
  8. Eric Decker (DEN) – $39
  9. Jordy Nelson (GB) – $38
  10. James Jones (GB) – $30
  11. Michael Crabtree (SF) – $25
  12. Brandon Lloyd (NE) – $24
  13. Torrey Smith (BAL) – $24
  14. Anquan Boldin (BAL) – $18
  15. Sidney Rice (SEA) – $18
  16. Doug Baldwin (SEA) – $10
  17. Golden Tate (SEA) – $10
  18. Brandon Stokley (DEN) – $8
  19. Kevin Walter (HOU) – $2
  20. Randy Moss (SF) – $1


Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski (NE) – $40
  2. Aaron Hernandez (NE) – $38
  3. Dennis Pitta (BAL) – $20
  4. Tony Gonzalez (ATL) – $17
  5. Vernon Davis (SF) – $15
  6. Jermichael Finley (GB) – $11
  7. Joel Dreessen (DEN) – $12
  8. Owen Daniels (HOU) – $12
  9. Jacob Tamme (DEN) – $1
  10. Zach Miller (SEA) – $1


Defenses

  1. DEN – $14
  2. SF – $14
  3. NE – $11
  4. GB – $10
  5. BAL – $10
  6. ATL – $7
  7. SEA – $6
  8. HOU – $6


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2012-2013 NFL Playoff Bracket – Printable (for Office Pools) /site-announcements/2012-2013-nfl-playoff-bracket-printable-for-office-pools/ /site-announcements/2012-2013-nfl-playoff-bracket-printable-for-office-pools/#comments Mon, 31 Dec 2012 08:35:06 +0000 Smitty /?p=6659 Below is our printable 2012-2013 NFL Playoff Bracket for office pool contests.

Do you play in office pool contests where you pick NFL Playoff winners?

Well, this is what you need to print! Be sure you read the instructions carefully, as the seeding of the divisional games depends what teams win their Wild Card games.

Print Your Blank Bracket Here

Smitty’s Picks

Wild Card Winners: HOU, BAL | WAS, GB

Divisional Winners: NE (beating HOU), DEN (beating BAL) | GB (beating SF), WAS (beating ATL)

AFC/NFC Winners: DEN (beating NE) | WAS (beating GB)

Champion: DEN (beating WAS)


DraftCalc makes no guarantees regarding the accuracy of this printable bracket or any of the information provided on it. Also, DraftCalc, or its employees/writers, do not promote gambling, nor are we suggesting that these brackets be used in contests that require the betting of money.

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Early 2013 Fantasy Football Mock Draft (Dynasty) /fantasy-football-content/mock-drafts/early-2013-fantasy-football-mock-draft/ /fantasy-football-content/mock-drafts/early-2013-fantasy-football-mock-draft/#comments Mon, 31 Dec 2012 06:51:27 +0000 Smitty /?p=6628 Below you will find an extremely early 2013 Fantasy Football Mock Draft (Dynasty), which consisted of myself and a grip of some of our most knowledgable forum moderators and users here at DraftCalc.

This was a dynasty-based mock draft, which means that everyone drafting was doing so as if we would be keeping these players for the long-term. The scoring was based off of a standard PPR scoring format.

Be sure to comment below on some of the selections. Were some picks too high, were some too low? Mark down your opinion below!

Round One

1.01 – Wutthecrapman – Doug Martin, RB, TB
1.02 – greatprodigy – Ray Rice, RB, BAL
1.03 – fontaines – Calvin Johnson, WR, DET
1.04 – branch0095 – Trent Richardson, RB, CLE
1.05 – garyzab – AJ Green, WR, CIN
1.06 – bddavidson – Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN
1.07 – LukeB5301 – CJ Spiller, RB, BUF
1.08 – Smitty – Robert Griffin III, QB, WAS
1.09 – footballjunkie – Arian Foster, RB, HOU
1.10 – JRMRRT – Lesean McCoy, RB, PHI
1.11 – thedude – Jamaal Charles, RB, KC
1.12 – Mile_High_Man – Aaron Rogers, QB, GB

Smitty’s Take: There were a couple surprises in this first-round, as Doug Martin went at 1.01 and C.J. Spiller was grabbed at 1.07. While both runners were grabbed a touch high by projected Average Draft Position (ADP) standards, it’s quite possible that their 2013 fantasy football ADPs could reach those levels… anything is possible. And, really, to be fair, any ADP data you look at right now is almost too raw at this point… You won’t find too many higher on Spiller than myself, and Martin is already a safe first-round pick, it’s just a matter of how high one should take him. Probably the most interesting value was Adrian Peterson going at 1.09. Yes, he will be 28 come the start of 2013, but the physical freak-of-a-runner is probably the best bet ever when it comes to a runner playing past that dreaded running back age of 30. As for A.J. Green at 1.05, Jamaal Charles at 1.11, Aaron Rodgers at 1.12, all that seems about right to me. And while I probably wouldn’t repeat my “QB in the first-round” strategy again, as I just don’t like how it leaves one’s running back stable, I love the value of Robert Griffin III at the 1.08 spot. If you’re in a draft where wide receivers are the position mostly flying off the board in the 2nd- and 3rd-rounds, well, that’s where RG3 in the first makes the most sense. RG3 might arguably be the No. 1 overall fantasy scorer in 2013 – That makes him, value-wise, a steal anywhere near that 1.08 range.


Round Two

2.01 – Mile_High_Man – Julio Jones, WR, ATL
2.02 – thedude – Jimmy Graham, TE, NO
2.03 – JRMRRT – DeMarco Murray, RB, DAL
2.04 – footballjunkie – Cam Newton, QB, CAR
2.05 – Smitty – Matt Forte, RB, CHI
2.06 – LukeB5301 – Demaryius Thomas, WR, DEN
2.07 – bddavidson – Brandon Marshall, WR, CHI
2.08 – garyzab – Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE
2.09 – branch0095- Dez Bryant, WR, DAL
2.10 – fontaines – Andrew Luck, QB, IND
2.11 – greatprodigy – Marshawn Lynch, RB, SEA
2.12 – Wutthecrapman – Randall Cobb, WR, GB

Smitty’s Take: I love the Julio Jones grab at 2.01, even though it’s going to seem a bit high to some. The guy is a stud, and even though I love both A.J. Green and Calvin Johnson as next year’s neck-and-neck top two fantasy receivers, Julio is the one receiver below those two that could sneak in and beat out both as 2013′s top fantasy receiver. I think Jones will ultimately finish third, but my point is that he has the upside of any receiver taken in the first-round, so he is an amazing grab as anyone’s second-drafted player. I am really liking where Cam Newton is falling in all early 2013 mock drafts… the guy is back to form, yet many are still shy about making him their No. 1 drafted player – Great news for early second-round drafters in 2013! I think DeMarco Murray will be playing with a chip on his shoulder in 2013, and while he has to stay healthy, which is a big IF, I think he is a monster given where you will be able to get him in early 2013 fantasy drafts. I think 2.03 is decent-to-solid value, but my guess is his ADP will settle a bit lower than this come June, July and August, which is a positive thing for Murray believers. My Matt Forte selection at 2.05 has caused a bit of controversy on the forums here and there, but of all of the runners left at that point in the draft, only Marshawn Lynch and Alfred Morris seemed like worthy grabs over Forte. Looking back, I could have argued Lynch or Morris at that spot, no question, and that is especially the case for Morris after his 200-yard/3TD performance in Week 17… Still, given this draft took place before Morris’ Week 17 explosion, I still think that Forte has top 4-8 overall upside if healthy (yes, another big IF), and at this point in the fantasy football off-season, I’m willing to give Forte that kind of respect; he ended the 2013 regular season on a high note, rushing for 103 yards and a score. Early grabs, in my opinion, included: Andrew Luck at 2.10, Randall Cobb at 2.12 and Demaryius Thomas at 2.06. Are those bad selections because they feel a touch early? Absolutely not, it just comes down to draft value, and by June, July and August, all those players could have those kinds of ADPs, or higher. Right now, though, I will guess that they will not.


Round Three

3.01 – Wutthecrapman – David Wilson, RB, NYG
3.02 – greatprodigy – Percy Harvin, WR, MIN
3.03 – fontaines – Steven Ridley, RB, NE
3.04 – branch0095 – Alfred Morris, RB, WAS
3.05 – garyzab – Darren McFadden, RB, OAK
3.06 – bddavidson – Drew Brees, QB, NO
3.07 – LukeB5301 – Chris Johnson, RB, TEN
3.08 – Smitty – Victor Cruz, WR, NYG
3.09 – footballjunkie – Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, JAC
3.10 – JRMRRT – Tom Brady, QB, NE
3.11 – thedude – Cecil Shorts, WR, JAC
3.12 – Mile_High_Man – Ryan Mathews RB, SD

Smitty’s Take: As I mentioned above, I was strongly considering drafting Alfred Morris at the 2.05 selection, which makes Morris a steal 3.04. I honestly don’t see Morris falling this far in fresh dynasty start-up drafts come August, but even as a late second-round pick, Morris still has monster upside. While he seems deserving of the 3.03, for some reason I’m not able to trust Stevan Ridley – yet. That could change, and I have almost zero evidence to support my doubt… call it a gut instinct, but Ridley doesn’t feel like an extremely long-term answer in New England. I could be way off and admit that’s pure speculation and gut instinct. I love the value of Darren McFadden at 3.05, as all that injury risk attached to the runner is extremely minimized. He is a steal in the 3rd- and 4th-rounds, but because McFadden is such an injury risk, just don’t go drafting him on all of your 2013 fantasy teams. Putting all your eggs in one basket is never a wise idea. He may only have 2-3 years left, but why is Drew Brees (3.06) falling so far in early 2013 dynasty start-up mocks? Both he and Tom Brady (3.10) are bargains at this point in mocks, and I recommend scooping up either around these ranges if you can in any league and any format in 2013! While anything can happen, I’m not liking Ryan Mathews (3.12) anywhere near the 3rd- or 4th-round in 2013 – I just don’t trust him whatsoever.


Round Four

4.01 – Mile_High_Man – Hakeem Nicks, WR, NYG
4.02 – thedude – Russell Wilson, QB, SEA
4.03 – JRMRRT – Kenny Britt, WR, TEN
4.04 – footballjunkie – Larry Fitzgerald, WR, AZ
4.05 – Smitty – Andre Johnson, WR, HOU
4.06 – LukeB5301 – Aaron Hernandez, TE, NE
4.07 – bddavidson – Mike Wallace, WR, PIT
4.08 – garyzab – Vincent Jackson, WR, TB
4.09 – branch0095 – Michael Crabtree, WR, SF
4.10 – fontaines – Bryce Brown, RB, PHI
4.11 – greatprodigy – Peyton Manning, QB, DEN
4.12 – Wutthecrapman – Mathew Stafford, QB, DET

Smitty’s Take: I love the boldness in Russell Wilson at 4.02. Wilson was my No. 1 Bold Prediction for 2012, so clearly I’m liking his upside heading into 2013. Michael Crabtree feels a touch high at 4.09, but he has finished the 2012 regular season looking like a beast. I let someone else take him this high in 2013 fantasy football drafts, but I won’t argue that there isn’t a chance that he could earn 4th-round value. Bryce Brown is extremely high at 4.10, but honestly, as much as one may want to call that selection way too early, we’re one single LeSean McCoy hit away from seeing Brown start a string of games in 2013 and beyond. I wouldn’t recommend anyone take Brown this high, because you shouldn’t have to, which I believe will be proved once some solid dynasty ADP data emerges in the coming weeks and months… if someone else grabs Brown anywhere near this high, let them grab him and go after him in another league! That said, believing in Brown isn’t off-base, though. While I’m not expecting more than 1, maybe 2, elite seasons out of Andre Johnson, I think too many fantasy owners overlook aging fantasy players heading into fresh dynasty start-ups. You can draft for both the now and future when building a dynasty – AJ has a ton of value in this 4th-round range.


Round Five

5.01 – Wutthecrapman – Dwayne Bowe, WR, KC
5.02 – greatprodigy – Steve Johnson, WR, BUF
5.03 – fontaines – Matt Ryan, QB, ATL
5.04 – branch0095 – Danario Alexander, WR, SD
5.05 – garyzab – Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, ATL
5.06 – bddavidson – Ty Hilton, WR, IND
5.07 – LukeB5301 – Josh Gordon, WR, CLE
5.08 – Smitty – Wes Welker, WR, NE
5.09 – footballjunkie – Roddy White, WR, ATL
5.10 – JRMRRT – Miles Austin, WR, Dal
5.11 – thedude – BenJarvis Green-Ellis, RB, CIM
5.12 – Mile_High_Man – Mark Ingram, RB, NO

Smitty’s Take: Jacquizz Rodgers is an exciting prospect, but even I feel 5.05 might be a touch high.. This is a mock, and mocks are for making statements and toying with strategies and moves you may not ordinarily make in a real live draft. In time, I wouldn’t be shocked if Rodgers becomes a solid enough prospect to warrant 5th- or 6th-round dynasty start-up consideration, but not yet. I absolutely love the TY Hilton pick, and I would have snagged Hilton with my 5.08 had he not been drafted at 5.06. I think Hilton could turn out to be a fantasy WR1 as early as 2013, and he is one of my bigger middle-round breakout candidates heading into 2013! Great pick at 5.06! I think Wes Welker (5.08) is falling into a no risk/all reward territory in fresh dynasty start-ups!


Round Six

6.01 – Mile_High_Man – Eric Decker, WR, DEN
6.02 – thedude – Danny Amendola, WR, STL
6.03 – JRMRRT – Pierre Garcon, WR, WAS
6.04 – footballjunkie – Greg Jennings, WR, GB
6.05 – Smitty – Knowshon Moreno, RB, DEN
6.06 – LukeB5301 – Collin Kapernick, QB, SF
6.07 – bddavidson – Mikel Leshoure, RB, DET
6.08 – garyzab – Andy Dalton, QB, CIN
6.09 – branch0095 – Jermaine Gresham TE, CIN
6.10 – fontaines – Golden Tate, WR, SEA
6.11 – greatprodigy – Marques Colston, WR, NO
6.12 – WTCM – Torrey Smith, WR, BAL

Smitty’s Take: Greg Jennings at 6.04 is interesting, as I think he is being written off unfairly. He could still have 1-2 years left at that elite level, but because we don’t yet know where he will be playing in 2013, I can understand why many are shy about rostering him. Still, 6th-round value is solid. Nothing else really jumps out in this round. While I think Knowshon Moreno could earn his 6.05 selection that I invested, to be truthful, grabbing Moreno in the 6th-round in a dynasty start-up was more the result of taking a QB in the first-round rather than me making a statement about Moreno.


Conclusion

Again, mock drafts are for testing out strategies, and my conclusion coming out of this draft is that as much as I want to roster either Aaron Rodgers or Robert Griffin III in 2013, the running back depth just isn’t deep enough in 2013 (so far, and of course that can change)… If you want strong RB1 and RB2 options in 2013 dynasty start-up drafts, or even 2013 redraft leagues for that matter, my advice is to wait on your passer and grab a Russell Wilson or Matt Ryan later in your draft, or go semi-early and grab a Drew Brees or Tom Brady. You can certainly win grabbing a passer in the first-round, I’m not saying you can’t, and as I mentioned above, grabbing a QB in the first works if your league mates are all receiver happy in the 2nd- and 3rd-rounds… however, in general, I firmly believe the path to victory and the path to building a winning team is an easier path to travel if you wait on your passer.

A special thanks goes out to the forum group that participated in this draft, or commented on the draft while we drafted. You can view the forum draft right here.


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2012-2013 Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings /fantasy-football-content/articles/2012-2013-fantasy-football-playoff-rankings/ /fantasy-football-content/articles/2012-2013-fantasy-football-playoff-rankings/#comments Mon, 31 Dec 2012 06:17:49 +0000 Smitty /?p=6638 Below you will find our 2012 Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings.

These are based on a regular PPR scoring format, and the auction values are based on a salary of $200.

If you play in fantasy football playoff leagues, good luck to you!


Fantasy Football Playoff Rankings (2013)

Updated: 1/3/13

Quarterbacks

  1. Robert Griffin III (WAS) – $60
  2. Peyton Manning (DEN) – $58
  3. Tom Brady (NE) – $58
  4. Aaron Rodgers (GB) – $60
  5. Matt Ryan (ATL) – $55
  6. Russell Wilson (SEA) – $50
  7. Andrew Luck (IND) – $45
  8. Colin Kaepernick (SF) – $25
  9. Joe Flacco (BAL) – $18
  10. Andy Dalton (CIN) – $14
  11. Matt Schaub (HOU) – $13
  12. Christian Ponder (MIN) – $8


Running Backs

  1. Adrian Peterson (MIN) – $80
  2. Ray Rice (BAL) – $78
  3. Alfred Morris (WAS) – $78
  4. Arian Foster (HOU) – $76
  5. Marshawn Lynch (SEA) – $72
  6. Stevan Ridley (NE) – $55
  7. Knowshon Moreno (DEN) – $52
  8. Frank Gore (SF) – $50
  9. Benjarvis Green-Ellis (inj) (CIN) – $40
  10. Michael Turner (ATL) – $37
  11. Jacquizz Rodgers (ATL) – $17
  12. DuJuan Harris (GB) – $15
  13. Vick Ballard (IND) – $14
  14. Ryan Grant (GB) – $8
  15. Ben Tate (HOU) – $3
  16. Shane Vereen (NE) – $1
  17. Bernard Pierce (BAL) – $1
  18. LaMichael James (SF) – $1
  19. Brian Leonard (CIN) – $1


Kickers

  1. Matt Prater (DEN) – $13
  2. Kai Forbath (WAS) – $12
  3. Stephen Gostkowski (NE) – $11
  4. Matt Bryant (ATL) – $10
  5. Mason Crosby (GB) – $9
  6. Justin Tucker (BAL) – $8
  7. Shayne Graham (HOU) – $8
  8. Blair Walsh (MIN) – $7
  9. David Akers (SF) – $7
  10. Adam Vinatieri (IND) – $6
  11. Josh Brown (CIN) – $6
  12. Steven Hauscka (SEA) – $6

Wide Receivers

  1. AJ Green (CIN) – $75
  2. Andre Johnson (HOU) – $75
  3. Demaryius Thomas (DEN) – $50
  4. Greg Jennings (GB) – $45
  5. Julio Jones (ATL) – $43
  6. Roddy White (ATL) – $43
  7. Wes Welker (NE) – $40
  8. Randall Cobb (GB) – $40
  9. Eric Decker (DEN) – $39
  10. Pierre Garcon (WAS) – $38
  11. Jordy Nelson (GB) – $38
  12. James Jones (GB) – $30
  13. TY Hilton (IND) – $28
  14. Michael Crabtree (SF) – $25
  15. Reggie Wayne (IND) – $25
  16. Brandon Lloyd (NE) – $24
  17. Torrey Smith (BAL) – $24
  18. Anquan Boldin (BAL) – $18
  19. Sidney Rice (SEA) – $18
  20. Doug Baldwin (SEA) – $10
  21. Golden Tate (SEA) – $10
  22. Brandon Stokley (DEN) – $8
  23. Marvin Jones (CIN) – $4
  24. Santana Moss (WAS) – $4
  25. Kevin Walter (HOU) – $2
  26. Andrew Hawkins (CIN) – $1
  27. Randy Moss (SF) – $1
  28. Jarius Wright (MIN) – $1
  29. Jerome Simpson (MIN) – $1


Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski (NE) – $45
  2. Aaron Hernandez (NE) – $40
  3. Kyle Rudolph (MIN) – $18
  4. Dennis Pitta (BAL) – $18
  5. Tony Gonzalez (ATL) – $16
  6. Vernon Davis (SF) – $16
  7. Jermichael Finley (GB) – $14
  8. Jermaine Gresham (CIN) – $14
  9. Joel Dreessen (DEN) – $13
  10. Owen Daniels (HOU) – $13
  11. Logan Paulsen (WAS) – $4
  12. Coby Fleener (IND) – $2
  13. Jacob Tamme (DEN) – $1
  14. Zach Miller (SEA) – $1


Defenses

  1. DEN – $16
  2. SF – $16
  3. WAS – $15
  4. NE – $15
  5. GB – $13
  6. BAL – $12
  7. ATL – $11
  8. SEA – $11
  9. HOU – $10
  10. MIN – $10
  11. IND – $9
  12. CIN – $8


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2013 IDP Fantasy Football Rankings /fantasy-football-content/articles/2013-idp-fantasy-football-rankings/ /fantasy-football-content/articles/2013-idp-fantasy-football-rankings/#comments Sun, 30 Dec 2012 01:52:46 +0000 DraftCalc /?p=6620 Below you will find 2013 Fantasy Football IDP Rankings – This Individual Defensive Players Cheat Sheet is getting published early, and a lot can and will change heading into the months of April, May and especially on through September, but one can never prepare too early for their fantasy football draft(s).

These rankings are based on a standard scoring format

These rankings were produced by BuckysGT, a DraftCalc contributor and Forum beast on our DraftCalc Forums.

Comment below, toss out IDP rankings, predictions, sleepers and busts of your own heading into 2013!

Updated: 12/29/12

Linebackers

  1. Daryl Washington ARI
  2. Navorro Bowman SF
  3. James Laurinaitis STL
  4. Patrick Willis SF
  5. Luke Kuechly CAR
  6. Sean Lee DAL
  7. D’Qwell Jackson CLE
  8. Jerod Mayo NE
  9. Derrick Johnson KC
  10. Colin McCarthy TEN
  11. Chad Greenway MN
  12. Paul Posluszny JAX
  13. Sean Weatherspoon ATL
  14. Desmond Bishop GB
  15. Donald Butler SD
  16. Karlos Dansby MIA
  17. Curtis Lofton NO
  18. Akeem Ayers TEN
  19. Lavonte David TB
  20. Brian Cushing HOU
  21. Jerrell Freeman IND
  22. Stephen Tulloch DET
  23. Von Miller DEN
  24. Bobby Wagner SEA
  25. Perry Riley WAS
  26. Lawrence Timmons PIT
  27. DeMeco Ryans PHI
  28. Wesley Woodard DEN
  29. Lance Briggs CHI
  30. Pat Angerer IND
  31. DeMarcus Ware DAL
  32. Kelvin Sheppard BUF
  33. Bruce Carter DAL
  34. David Harris NYJ
  35. Phillip Wheeler OAK
  36. Ray Lewis BAL
  37. London Fletcher WAS
  38. Jon Beason CAR
  39. Nick Barnett BUF
  40. Donta Hightower NE
  41. Clay Matthews GB
  42. Mason Foster TB
  43. Brandon Spikes NE
  44. Aldon Smith SF
  45. D.J. Williams DEN
  46. Miles Burris OAK
  47. Mychal Kendricks PHI
  48. Rey Maualuga CIN
  49. Brian Urlacher CHI
  50. Jo-Lonn Dunbar STL

Defensive backs

  1. Eric Berry KC
  2. Tyvon Branch OAK
  3. Kam Chancellor SEA
  4. Morgan Burnett GB
  5. Mark Barron TB
  6. Harrison Smith MIN
  7. T J Ward CLE
  8. Eric Weddle SD
  9. Earl Thomas SEA
  10. Antoine Bethea IND
  11. Bernard Pollard BAL
  12. Patrick Chung NE
  13. Charles Tillman CHI
  14. Roman Harper NO
  15. Patrick Peterson ARI
  16. Jairus Byrd BUF
  17. Cortland Finnegan SLR
  18. LaRon Landry NYJ
  19. Michael Griffin TEN
  20. William Moore ATL
  21. Dashon Goldson SF
  22. Dawan Landry JAX
  23. Joe Haden CLE
  24. Major Wright CHI
  25. Antrel Rolle NYG
  26. Malcolm Jenkins NO
  27. Reggie Nelson CIN
  28. Quintin Mikell STL
  29. Brandon Taylor SD
  30. Jordan Babineaux TEN
  31. Ryan Clark PIT
  32. Kerry Rhodes ARI
  33. Antoine Winfield MIN
  34. Jason McCourty TEN
  35. Janoris Jenkins STL
  36. Richard Sherman SEA
  37. Charles Woodson GB
  38. Louis Delmas DET
  39. DeAngelo Hall WAS
  40. Adrian Wilson ARI
  41. Tim Jennings CHI
  42. Troy Polamalu PIT
  43. Thomas DeCoud ATL
  44. Devin McCourty NEP
  45. George Wilson BUF
  46. Kenny Phillips NYG
  47. Darian Stewart STL
  48. Rahim Moore DEN
  49. Alterraun Verner TEN
  50. Tavon Wilson NEP

Defensive Lineman

  1. JJ Watt HOU
  2. Jason Pierre-Paul NYG
  3. Jared Allen MIN
  4. Mario Williams BUF
  5. Calais Campbell ARI
  6. Chandler Jones NE
  7. Cameron Wake MIA
  8. Trent Cole PHI
  9. Julius Peppers CHI
  10. Terrell Suggs BAL
  11. Elvis Dumervil DEN
  12. Charles Johnson CAR
  13. Jabaal Sheard CLE
  14. Chris Long STL
  15. Cameron Jordan NO
  16. Chris Clemons SEA
  17. Michael D Johnson CIN
  18. Carlos Dunlap CIN
  19. Cliff Avril DET
  20. Robert Quinn STL
  21. Jason Babin JAX
  22. Justin Tuck NYG
  23. Derrick Morgan TEN
  24. Haloti Ngata BAL
  25. Michael Bennett TB
  26. Bruce Irvin SEA
  27. Ndamukong Suh DET
  28. Jeremy Mincey TB
  29. Gerald McCoy TB
  30. Osi Umenyiora NYG
  31. Greg Hardy CAR
  32. Justin Smith SF
  33. Kamerion Wimbley TEN
  34. Geno Atkins CIN
  35. Quinton Coples NYJ
  36. DaQuan Bowers TB
  37. Ahtyba Rubin CLE
  38. John Abraham ATL
  39. Muhammad Wilkerson NYJ
  40. Darnell Dockett ARI
  41. Vinny Curry PHI
  42. Randy Starks MIA
  43. Matt Shaughnessy OAK
  44. Lamarr Houston OAK
  45. Will Smith NO
  46. Shea McClellin CHI
  47. Derek Wolfe DEN
  48. Mark Anderson BUF
  49. Marcell Dareus BUF
  50. Andre Branch JAX


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Top 25 Dynasty Players Heading Into 2013 /fantasy-football-content/sleepers/top-25-dynasty-players-heading-into-2013/ /fantasy-football-content/sleepers/top-25-dynasty-players-heading-into-2013/#comments Wed, 26 Dec 2012 07:12:55 +0000 Smitty /?p=6357 It’s never too early to start preparing for the 2013 Fantasy Football Season.

Below I have ranked the Top 25 Overall Fantasy Football Players heading into the 2013 fantasy football season. Things will certainly change quickly this coming off-season, but again, if you ask us, draft preparation begins the moment Week 16 ends!

These rankings are based on a standard PPR scoring format.

Top 25 Overall Dynasty Players

1. Adrian Peterson | RB, MIN

What else can you say other than “freak” when describing Adrian Peterson. Running backs just don’t rebound to elite form when they tear their ACLs after the age of 23… they just don’t, unless of course the player’s name is either Adrian Peterson or Jamaal Charles. Ok, ACL injury aside… Even though runners usually fall off the face of the earth at the age of 30-31, Peterson is worth the 1.01 even if he absolutely only had two more elite seasons left. They guys is a freak, though, we’ve already established this, so it wouldn’t shock me if he played elite football past the dreaded age for running backs (30)… again, though, even if we assume that he does not last more than two years, simply two, that is a long time. Too many times fantasy owners get caught up on getting the youngest team known to man, and those teams often fight for second place every single season. Don’t get me wrong, it’s important to incorporate youth into your decision-making, but two years of AP is enough to build a fresh dynasty and enough to build a nice little championship trophy collection.

2. Robert Griffin III | QB, WAS

I figure that Robert Griffin III is going to be one of the players you see me calling out all off-season long. Each year I push a few players out in front before anyone is really ready to accept that player as a position leader (like having AJ Green as DraftCalc’s No. 1 fantasy football receiver through all of last off-season); RG3 is one of those players for me entering 2013. If he stays healthy, which is really the only risk I see with the elite passer, I wouldn’t be shocked one single bit if he led all fantasy scorers across all positions in 2013. I also wouldn’t be surprised if it wasn’t even close.

3. Ray Rice | RB, BAL

Ray Rice is a tough player to rank heading into 2013 and beyond. He has the talent and skill to be the No. 1 overall fantasy scorer year in and year out, however, his offense sometimes holds him back, as Rice can have those 30 and 40-yard rushing performances every once in a while. When it comes to Rice, there is very little risk or downside aside from the occasional inconsistency. He is a safe bet for 1,000-1,100 rushing yards, 500-600 receiving yards and about 10 total scores. That’s top 2-5 overall production right there, and he is only 25 (turning 26)!

4. A.J. Green | WR, CIN

I had A.J. Green ranked as DraftCalc’s No. 1 overall receiver throughout the entire 2012 off-season and preseason, and he was my No. 2 overall upside player in redraft formats and No. 1 overall in dynasty formats. It wasn’t a popular stance to have Green ahead of so many receivers, especially Calvin Johnson, but Green flat-out delivered flashes of being as good as any receiver in the league. He is arguably the league’s most exciting and up-and-coming receiving talent. Only Calvin Johnson and Julio Jones will likely give Green a run for his money at the wide receiver position in 2013.



5. Calvin Johnson | WR, DET

As I said above, it’s very arguable to have Calvin Johnson ranked as the league’s No. 1 fantasy receiver heading into 2013. He is a beast and has a grip of years left. And, despite Matthew Stafford’s somewhat disappointing 2012 season, one of the most attractive aspects of drafting Calvin is that his situation is solid; he has a very good passer under center, he plays in an offense that airs it out, and none of that is likely to change for years. That’s a recipe for consistency right there! You might be asking, what is the difference between Calvin and Green, though? And, why do I have Green below Calvin? I believe the answer to both questions will be touchdowns.

6. Arian Foster | RB, HOU

Arian Foster is absolutely one of my top 3-4 ranked rushers heading into 2013 and beyond. In fact, I could make an argument he is the No. 1 overall rusher in fantasy football, regardless of the format. So why is he ranked as the 3rd rusher off the board, and No. 6 overall player? Of course, it’s the irregular heartbeat that he scared us all with in Week 16 of the 2012 fantasy football season. All indications are that everything is back to normal, and his ability to play Week 17 is proof of that. So what is to fear? Well, the unknown. Nothing like this is ever truly revealed to the media and fantasy worlds the way it should be, so call our small bump-down from the No. 2 overall spot to the No. 6 a knee-jerk reaction, one we admit could rectify itself in the coming weeks and months… then again, the unknown reality of the situation may keep him hovering around that safer range… Stay tuned on that! Foster is capable of scoring 15-20TDs during any given campaign, he will only be 27 years old when the 2013 season begins, and his offense is not only productive, it’s built around him. Foster truly does still make a strong case to go No. 1 overall, and as crazy as it sounds, I’ve seen him go as low as the 8 range in early and fresh 2013 dynasty start-up drafts (and that was before the irregular heartbeat scare).

7. Jamaal Charles | RB, KC

Lots of upside, but Jamaal Charles comes with a grip of inconsistency, and plays in an offense that can sometimes take him completely out of a game. Despite this, I think Charles is one of the most explosive players in the NFL, probably second only to Adrian Peterson. That won’t likely change for a handful of years. Landing him later will certainly gives him all kinds of room to over-perform, but even if his ADP climbs this high by the July-August range of next year, Charles is worth the investment.

8. Aaron Rodgers | QB, GB

Aaron Rodgers didn’t really have the 2012 fantasy season most were hoping for. If you drafted Rodgers, you likely drafted him as the No. 1 overall passer, and in the 4-6 overall range… depending on your scoring format, he finished the 2012 fantasy season in that 3-5 range. All in all, it will be tough for fantasy owners to draft Rodgers any higher than this entering all 2013 fantasy football drafts. This is good news, because he has a chance to outshine his ADP if he gets taken in the lower-half of the first-round (or top of the second if you get lucky). If you’re already in a dynasty league, attempt to acquire Rodgers now while so many still feel he is no longer a lock to be a top 1-5 overall finisher.

9. Doug Martin | RB, TB

This ranking is probably a little low for most of the users on our fantasy football forums. In fact, I’ve seen Doug Martin go as high as No. 1 overall, like in this user-organized forum mock draft. While I don’t think he is deserving of the 1.01 (over players like Arian Foster and Adrian Peterson), top 5-8RB numbers aren’t out of the question for Martin in 2013 and beyond.

10. C.J. Spiller | RB, BUF

In mid-season mocks, and very early 2013 start-up drafts, I’ve seen C.J. Spiller go as high as the 5-8 range, yeah, I’m talking overall! Well, I think he is capable of being a top 3RB, so clearly I feel he can earn that top 5-6 overall value, but he shouldn’t be going that high until and if his ADP gets that high. Pay as low a price as you can. The value in landing Spiller in 2013 is getting him as at least a late first-round pick, or as your second-drafted player. If you take him as high as 5-6 overall, he HAS TO play elite football for you to earn your value back… He can, but the upside is minimized… I venture to say that his ADP won’t be near 5-6 come August, but time will tell. Again, he could earn top 5-6 fantasy points, or higher, but I don’t think you will have to pay that kind of price tag come actual draft day in August and September 2013.

11. Cam Newton | QB, CAR

While he did start out slow in 2012, and disappeared for a big chunk of the fantasy season, Cam Newton is clearly still the same stud he was during his rookie campaign. Since Week 10 of the 2012 fantasy football season, he dropped some serious fantasy points, with absolute monster games mixed in that timeframe. Newt might end up being one of the bigger steals in all 2013 fantasy football drafts, as many will still be a little cautious when it comes to making him their first-drafted player, and given Newt is capable of being a top 5 overall fantasy scorer, anything from this ranking down screams potential bargain.

12. Trent Richardson | RB, CLE

Like Doug Martin, this ranking might seem a touch too low to many of our forum users. In the same user-organized mock draft that I mentioned above, Trent Richardson went at 1.04. I think 1.04 isn’t crazy thinking, however, I think T-Rich reaches that kind of production once/if that Cleveland passing attack matures a bit more, and while I love Josh Gordon’s future in the NFL, I am not a big believer in Brandon Weeden. Drafting Richardson in the 1.07-1.13 range seems about right to me, because I think he can safely earn that kind of value even in a struggling Cleveland offense, and it allows him room to truly over-perform.

13. Julio Jones | WR, ATL

While most won’t reach too high for him in 2013, as there are just too many big name players to draft ahead of him, Julio Jones is most likely going to command this kind of respect come August 2013. The great news is that he could finish as a top 1-3 fantasy wide receiver, he has that much upside and skill.

14. LeSean McCoy | RB, PHI

Concussion issues, coupled with the emergence of Bryce Brown, will almost certainly turn LeSean McCoy into a nice value grab in most all 2013 fantasy football drafts. Could he bust? Is there risk? Absolutely, but anywhere near 2nd-round value, I say take the chance and hope you still have a top 5 overall player. He still has that upside despite some new-found risk. If you draft McCoy in 2013, though, be certain to snag Brown as well! Be certain to!

15. Drew Brees | QB, NO

Again, I say this a lot, 2-3 years is a long time, even in dynasty. Drew Brees still has at least 2 years left as a stud and potential top 1-3 fantasy QB. Don’t overlook Brees because another quarterback is in his early 20s. Some dynasty leagues crumble before 2-3 years is up, and some young QBs could still decline at the same time Brees ends up declining, even with the age difference. Don’t plan too far in advance or you will always be playing for second place.

16. Dez Bryant | WR, DAL

Dez Bryant, who I might add was on my Top 10 Upside Board for 2012, could be drafted higher than this come August 2013. I’m one of his biggest supporters, but you always want to target players that can extremely outperform their draft values, and Dez had that upside in a major way last year. This is a good spot for him here, in the 15-18 overall range… if his ADP climbs any higher than this, you may want to take a safer option instead of Dez in 2013, as the top 15 is loaded this upcoming season… then you can just look for the next Dez in the 4th- and 5th-rounds, and believe me, we called Dez last year, we have this year’s version of Dez emerging – wait for this year’s Top 10 Upside Board updates.

17. Matt Forte | RB, CHI

Tons of upside as a 18-24 overall pick, and that’s likely where Matt Forte will fall in 2013 fantasy football drafts. There is a ton of risk here, as he just can’t seem to stay healthy, but as a second-drafted player, and almost a third-round pick, the risk is minimized quite a bit.

18. Brandon Marshall | WR, CHI

You always worry about his off-the-field behavior, but we warned fantasy worlds about Brandon Marshall’s 2012 explosion. All he needed was a productive passing offense. He has one, along with a good supporting defense. Marshall should continue his stellar play in 2013 and beyond.

19. DeMarco Murray | RB, DAL

There is a lot of risk in drafting DeMarco Murray entering 2013, but if you can get him in that 18-24 range, you are minimizing the risk significantly. If relatively healthy, Murray could really crank out top 5-8RB numbers. If completely healthy, it’s scary to think where this kid could finish. Why are we slotting him near the end of the second-round then? Well, because it’s also somewhat scary imagining him finishing as a top 5RB. Confusing? You bet, that’s why he is slotted right here!

20. Darren McFadden | RB, OAK

Same thing that was just said about DeMarco Murray applies here; McFadden has all kinds of risks, but at this value, he is worth a grab, no question. Are there safer options at this point? Yes, but no other player around this range has the upside McFadden has. If you can land McFadden later, absolutely try, though!

21. Andrew Luck | QB, IND

It’s very arguable to slot Andrew Luck higher than this, but it just boils down to strategy and how one likes to build their dynasty rosters. Luck will likely get to that Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers level, but it may take another year of playing to get there. This is a good spot if you ask me.

22. Marshawn Lynch | RB, SEA

I admit, my initial thinking was to keep Marshawn Lynch outside of the top 25, but Lynch will only be 27 entering next season – He still has 2-3 elite years left in an exciting and improving offense. Lynch had a phenomenal 2012 campaign, rushing for 1490 yards and scoring 12 total TDs. Expect more of the same in 2013 as Russell Wilson, our No. 1 Bold Prediction of all 2012, leads this team in the right direction.

23. Alfred Morris | RB, WAS

This was a tough spot to slot Alfred Morris, as one has to worry about any running back lasting long in a Mike Shanahan system. That said, Shanny hasn’t had a player like Morris for quite some time. Morris looks like the real deal, and we could be looking at a top 8-12 fantasy rusher for years and years to come — That makes this ranking a relatively-safe one.

24. Jimmy Graham | TE, NO

Jimmy Graham has had big droughts throughout the entire 2012 fantasy football season, but he played through a wrist injury. After a successful off-season surgery, I imagine Graham will be back to form in 2013. He could fall a lot further than this, but we shall see how the ADP data looks come August 2013. If Graham somehow starts falling into the 3rd-round in 2013 fantasy football drafts, he could turn out to be one of the bigger steals this next upcoming fantasy football season.

25. Rob Gronkowski | TE, NE

Everything I just said about Jimmy Graham applies here as well, as Rob Gronkowski, like Graham, has battled injuries in a major way this season. Before getting hurt in Week 11, Gronko averaged a TD per game on his 10 played games. Amazing.

Just Missed The Cut

It was tough not including players like Russell Wilson (who we called our No. 1 Bold Prediction for 2012), Marshawn Lynch, Chris Johnson, Stevan Ridley, Hakeem Nicks, Larry Fitzgerald, Demaryius Thomas, David Wilson, Matt Ryan,, Victor Cruz. I think Larry Fitzgerald jumps right into the top 12-15 overall if the Cardinals properly address their quarterback situation this off-season.

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Week 17 Start Bench Advice & Line-Up Rankings /fantasy-football-content/start-bench-advice/week-17-start-bench-advice-line-up-rankings/ /fantasy-football-content/start-bench-advice/week-17-start-bench-advice-line-up-rankings/#comments Wed, 26 Dec 2012 07:06:17 +0000 Smitty /?p=6561 Congratulations to all who won their fantasy football leagues this season!

For those of you still playing Week 17 in your fantasy league, first off, stop! Week 16 is getting way too unpredictible some years, Week 17 is just crazy to factor into any fantasy football league’s championship end-result!

That said, we want to provide all of you that do still play through Week 17 some fantasy football start em’ and sit ‘em advice. So, courtesy of Mile_High_Man, here are your Week 17 Fantasy Football Rankings:


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Looking for 2013 Fantasy Football Rankings, Cheat Sheets and Top 200 Lists? /site-announcements/looking-for-2013-fantasy-football-rankings-cheat-sheets-and-top-200-lists/ /site-announcements/looking-for-2013-fantasy-football-rankings-cheat-sheets-and-top-200-lists/#comments Thu, 20 Dec 2012 17:34:47 +0000 Smitty /?p=6487 It’s never too early to start preparing for the 2013 fantasy football season.

Our 2013 Fantasy Football Rankings consist of both redraft and dynasty Cheat Sheets and redraft and dynasty Top 200 Lists.

Whether you’re in a dynasty league and looking for year-round trade advice, or just an early starter when it comes to 2013 fantasy football draft preparation, we have you covered.


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Our 2013 fantasy football rankings include:

* The above rankings are based on a standard non-PPR scoring format with line-up requirements consisting of 1QB, 2RBs, 2WRs, 1Flex, 1TE, 1K, 1DST


What Else Is New At DraftCalc?

If you’re a regular DraftCalc user, well, then you know we’re always innovating, creating and enhancing what we do. Some of the recent changes to the site include:

  • New Logo & Website Redesign: We have revamped everything here at DraftCalc.com in preparation for the 2013 fantasy football season. From our brand new logo, to our new fresh green color scheme, the site is fresh and ready for the upcoming year!

  • Player Pages: Our player pages are coming, so get ready! What are they all about? Essentially, each player’s individual page is user-driven, meaning it’s a running conversation. So whether you want to see what others think about a certain player you’re thinking of picking up or trading for, or whether you want a dedicated place to “mark down” your own 2013 predictions, the Player Pages are where it’s at! Test out our two beta pages: Robert Griffin III | Bryce Brown

  • Enhanced Article Navigation: We have enhanced our article navigation and the way we categorize our written content. Now you can search for sleeper, breakout, mock drafts, whatever you want!

    All | Articles | Sleepers | Breakouts | Busts | Rise/Decline | Mocks | Upside Board | Start/Bench | University


  • Forum Upgrade: If you haven’t already, check out our new forum design, which is now built around our new logo and color scheme. We even have a new announcement feature at the top of the forum so that we can provide easy-to-see website updates and breaking news.

Get ready for a big 2013 fantasy football season! Enjoy our already-launched 2013 Fantasy Football Rankings Cheat Sheets and Top 200 Players Lists!

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Week 16 FREE Fantasy Football Contest – $300 In Cash Prizes! /site-announcements/week-16-free-fantasy-football-contest-300-in-cash-prizes/ /site-announcements/week-16-free-fantasy-football-contest-300-in-cash-prizes/#comments Tue, 18 Dec 2012 22:27:27 +0000 Smitty /?p=6406 Hey DraftCalc members: DraftStreet has opened up a contest for DraftCalc members… here is the deal:

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This free contest will be salary-cap style drafting where everyone tries to assemble the best team out of the available players. You will have a $100,000 budget to build a team of 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 2 FLEX, and 1 Defense. Each NFL player has been assigned a price based on their expected fantasy performance.

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Week 16: Start and Bench Advice /fantasy-football-content/start-bench-advice/week-16-start-and-bench-advice/ /fantasy-football-content/start-bench-advice/week-16-start-and-bench-advice/#comments Tue, 18 Dec 2012 08:09:48 +0000 Smitty /?p=6397 Below is our Week 16 Start & Bench Advice for the 2012 fantasy football season.

Who do you start? Who do you sit? From Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em scenarios to Weekly Projections, we got all of your Week 16 fantasy football content right here!

Let’s get to it!


Week 16 Start Bench Advice

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Week 16 is always a tough week to toss out all kinds of bold predictions, as many times studs are the ones that sit early, and it’s just way to hard to “bank on” players playing full contests if their team gets out to an early lead. The best advice I can give fantasy owners entering Week 16 is to stick with the players that got you here, and don’t get too creative and sit a player that has helped you reach Week 16, I don’t care if that player struggled last week (examples: Ray Rice, Jamaal Charles, etc) — Start your studs and don’t get too crafty!

With that said, here are my top few not-so-obvious predictions for Week 16. These players/projections below wouldn’t necessarily end up being my top projected players for the week (ex: I have both Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles rushing for over 150 yards and at least 1-2TDs); however, someone like C.J. Spiller (see below) could probably crack my top three at his position if this wasn’t just the “not-so-obvious” list.

Note: These projections are unrelated to the projections below, which are created by JRMRRT.

Quarterbacks

Andrew Luck (@KC): 300 yards, 3TDs, 1INT

Philip Rivers (@NYJ): 285 yards, 3TDs, 0INTs

Running Backs

C.J. Spiller (@MIA): 155 rushing yards, 4 rec for 40 yards and 2TDs

Demarco Murray (vs. Saints): 110 rushing yards, 4 rec for 40 yards, 2TDs

Mark Ingram (@DAL): 90 rushing yards, 2 rec 12 yards, 1TD

Receivers/Tight Ends

TY Hilton (@KC): 6 rec for 110 yards and 1TD

Randall Cobb (vs. Titans): 6 rec for 90 yards and 1TD, and 20 rush yards

Antonio Brown (vs. Bengals): 5 rec for 99 yards and 1TD





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Week 16 Projections

By JRMRRT

Below are Week 16 Fantasy Football Projections. These projections are based on a standard PPR scoring format.

Quarterbacks

1. Tom Brady (@ Jaguars): 400/4
2. Cam Newton (vs. Raiders): 300/2 70/1 rush
3. Matt Ryan (@ Lions): 340/3 1 INT
4. Drew Brees (@ Cowboys): 330/3 1 INT
5. Peyton Manning (vs. Browns): 325/3 1 INT
6. Aaron Rodgers (vs. Titans): 310/3 10/0 rush
7. Andrew Luck (@ Chiefs): 310/3 15/0 rush 2 INTs
8. Robert Griffen III (@ Eagles): 280/2 60/0 rush
9. Matt Stafford (vs. Falcons): 330/2 2 INTs
10. Tony Romo (vs. Saints): 300/2 1 INT
11. Eli Manning (@ Ravens): 300/2 1 INT
12. Matt Schaub (vs. Vikings): 300/2 1 INT
13. Carson Palmer (@ Panthers): 290/2 1 INT
14. Josh Freeman (vs. Rams): 280/2 1 INT
15. Andy Dalton (@ Steelers): 270/2 1 INT
16. Russell Wilson (vs. 49ers): 210/1 55/1 1 INT
17. Collin Kaepernick (@ Seahawks): 260/1 75/0 1 INT
18. Phillip Rivers (@ Jets): 275/2 2 INTs
19. Jay Cutler (@ Cardinals): 270/2 2 INTs
20. Ben Roethlisberger (vs. Bengals): 310/1 1 INT

Running Backs

1. Adrian Peterson (@ Texans): 175/2 2/20/0
2. Jamaal Charles (vs. Colts): 160/1 3/25/0
3. CJ Spiller (@ Dolphins): 100/1 4/45/0
4. Doug Martin (vs. Rams): 110/1 3/30/0
5. Ray Rice (vs. Giants): 110/1 3/25/0
6. Arian Foster (vs. Vikings): 110/1 3/20/0
7. Reggie Bush (vs. Bills): 90/1 4/35/0
8. Trent Richardson (@ Broncos): 100/1 3/20/0
9. Knowshon Moreno (vs. Browns): 100/1 2/20/0
10. Demarco Murray (vs. Saints): 100/1 1/15/0
11. Alfred Morris (@ Eagles): 110/1
12. Stevan Ridley (@ Jaguars): 110/1
13. Marshawn Lynch (vs. 49ers): 100/1
14. Darren McFadden (@ Panthers): 85/1 1/15/0
15. Bejarvis Green-Ellis (@ Steelers): 95/1
16. Mikel Leshoure (vs. Falcons): 95/1
17. Chris Johnson (@ Packers): 100/0 3/20/0
18. Matt Forte (@ Cardinals): 65/0 5/40/0
19. Steven Jackson (@ Bucs): 75/0 3/35/0
20. Michael Turner (@ Lions): 65/1

Wide Receivers / Tight Ends

1. Calvin Johnson (vs. Falcons): 10/120/1
2. AJ Green (@ Steelers): 9/110/1
3. Brandon Marshall (@ Cardinals): 9/110/1
4. Julio Jones (@ Lions): 8/110/1
5. Andre Johnson (vs. Vikings): 8/110/1
6. Reggie Wayne (@ Chiefs): 9/100/1
7. Wes Welker (@ Jaguars): 11/95/1
8. Steve Smith (vs. Raiders): 8/100/1
9. Vincent Jackson (vs. Rams): 6/110/1
10. Roddy White (@ lions): 7/100/1
11. Victor Cruz (@ Ravens): 6/100/1
12. Demaryous Thomas (vs. Browns): 6/100/1
13. Steve Johnson (@ Dolphins): 6/100/1
14. Eric Decker (vs. Browns): 8/85/1
15. Jimmy Graham (@ Cowboys): 5/100/1
16. Dez Bryant (vs. Saints): 5/100/1
17. Marques Colston (@ Cowboys): 6/95/1
18. Pierre Garcon (@ Eagles): 4/100/1
19. Mike Wallace (vs. Bengals): 4/100/1
20. TY Hilton (@ Chiefs): 4/100/1
21. Kenny Britt (@ Packers): 4/100/1
22. Aaron Hernandez (@ Jaguars): 5/95/1
23. Randall Cobb (vs. Titans): 5/90/1 1/10/0 rushing
24. Hakeem Nicks (@ Ravens): 5/90/1
25. Michael Crabtree (@ Seahawks): 5/90/1
26. Tony Gonzales (@ Lions): 5/90/1
27. Jeremy Maclin (vs. Redskins): 5/90/1
28. Jason Witten (vs. Saints): 8/100/0
29. Chris Givens (@ Bucs): 5/110/0
30. Lance Moore (@ Cowboys): 6/100/0
31. Mike Williams (vs. Rams): 4/55/1
32. Antonio Brown (vs. Bengals): 5/100/0
33. Sidney Rice (vs. 49ers): 4/35/1
34. Torrey Smith (vs. Giants): 4/90/0
35. Greg Jennings (vs. Titans): 4/90/0


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Looking For Week 16-Only Rankings?

By Mile_High_Man

These Rankings will be available by WED night

View these Weekly Line-Up Rankings here (week 16 only, and we have both PPR and Non-PPR).

Note: These rankings are maintained by Mile_High_Man and will be updated throughout the week.


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