Talk about consistency. Drew Brees is one of the most entertaining quarterbacks to watch because of his long range throws at high velocity speeds. Brees has dominated the fantasy league for the past several years. He is only getting better and has a great receiver at Marquest Colston and extra protection and even receiving from backs Reggie Bush and Pierre Thomas. Expect too many touchdowns.
Do not underestimate his size. "MJD" is one of the best running backs in the game. His size is advantageous in a sense he can hide behind the large front line. He has immense bursts of speed and great receiving capability. Hands down the most potential back today.
Really now? Have you not seen his fantasy commercial? Explosive, Deadly, and Hungry. Adrian Peterson will not be a bust and will definitely turn heads. The only thing that holds me back from him being number 1 is Favre's wild passes.
Frank Gore is one of the beastliest backs in the game today. SF 49'ers have been notorious for having an awful front line, yet Gore still finds a way to get 5+ yards a carry. With the improvements made to the line and a motivating coach in Singletary, expect more touchdowns.
Seeing his interview in the superbowl last year gave me a whole different level of respect for this guy. Not only does he have tremendous work ethic, speed and quickness, and strong hands; he is also a great person. Kurt Warner will still be an accurate quarterback and Fitzgerald is his number one target. Who will stop him midfield?
With T.O. out of the mix, Witten will be the number one target for Romo. Not only is he an amazing blocker, but Witten gets the job done by somehow managing to catch the ball even if it is whizzing to the ground. He will prove dominance in the Tight End position this year and is a great person to toss to in the end zone.
There is something of how casually Aaron Rodgers moves. The thing I love about him is he is comfortable with himself and does a great job of meshing with his team. He has two deadly receivers: Donald Driver, and most importantly, Greg Jennings. Here is his breakout year.
Words cannot fully explain this guy. Just watch this beast dash right up the middle only to be tackled after five attempts from the D-line and Linebackers. If the Giants are in the end zone, dont be surprised. The defenders will already know the play, but mustering up enough strength to tackle this guy will leave the opponent's Defensive coordinator in dismay.
This rookie impressed me beyond words. I thought he was going to be another "Carson Palmer" (ouch, sorry guys). However, this guy is the real deal. The Atlanta Falcon's offense is just not fair. Michael Turner, Roddy White, Tony Gonzalez? Forget it. With the recent addition of Gonzalez and workouts in the summer, expect Ryan to throw touchdown after touchdown after touchdown.
These guys are mean. The best linebackers in the game and having Troy Polamalu is not a bad idea either. If your fantasy league awards additional points for interceptions and sacks and etc, expect the Steelers to shut down those measley attempts you call running or passing.
Okay Okay...I know. People keep talking that he is out of his prime, he is too injury prone, or Sproles is the future. I agree on Sproles, but I have seen LT live and this guy is QUICK and FAST. LT will not be injured this season. In fact, he is going to show the haters how badly he will negate your fantasy team's defensive points.