Leveon Bell was a PPR monster last year. He’s out the first two weeks with a suspension. Adrian Peterson is back after missing all but one game. At 30 years old will a year off hurt or help him? Lacy, Charles and Lynch, The debate is strong in 2015. Multiple rookies could make an impact this year. Who will make the biggest?
Lucks heads into the season with a full arsenal. Rodgers is still a high value, even after the loss of Jordy Nelson. It looks like waiting to draft a Quarterback could payoff as there’s a ton of potential. Second year guys look to take a step forward. What to do about Brady.
The usual suspects are up top. There’s some sleepers in this group that always ends with a very thin heard toward the end of the season.
There’s really two names to know at tight end for this upcoming season. Tight end has been a tough position for rookies to be productive in fantasy. Jimmy Graham didn’t get started until the final four games of his rookie year. Rob Gronkowski caught ten touchdowns in 2010. But that was nothing compared to 2011. Most don’t see his type of success early. So temper expectations for rookie tight ends. Continue reading
Runningback is the one position you can count on a rookie stepping in and being a huge fantasy factor in their first season. There were a couple back taken in the first round and others drafted later that will contribute also.
Here’s a no trade look at the draft. There will be plenty of trades going down this weekend. But here’s how each team could approach the draft.
Every year before the draft I go over some small school prospects to keep in mind on draft day. Just because a player doesn’t play in the SEC, doesn’t mean they can’t be a good pro. Over the years we’ve focused on players like T.Y. Hilton, Josh Norman, Terrance West and more. Many of the players we’ve featured on have made an impact. Some not at all. Let’s take a look at some of this years players.