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The other guys. QBs to draft late as the #2 to the BIG THREE.

Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Drew Brees will be the top three quarterbacks selected in fantasy drafts for 2012. In which order they are taken will break down by league scoring and personal preference from owner to owner but the consensus tells us that they will go off the board in the first round or early second round at the ... Read More »

Sack Masters. Looking at the best DL options in sack heavy scoring formats.

The NFL is a big play league and some IDP formats follow that lead by slanting their scoring towards rewarding players for the big plays on defense. Interceptions, blocked punts and field goals, as well as sacks are awarded more points than tackles and assists or passes defended . Drafting a top tier, pass rushing defensive lineman early is imperative ... Read More »

A look at the top 20 DL for 2012 IDP fantasy leagues(redraft)

1.) Jason Pierre-Paul, NYG: JPP is scary good and is still learning the game. Yep, this kid is going to get better and improve on the 86 tackles and 16 1/2 sacks that he registered in 2011. He is far and away the top defensive line fantasy option for 2012 and more than likely, for years to come. 2.) Jared ... Read More »

Undervalued fantasy gems for 2012.

Fred Jackson, RB, BUFFALO: Jackson tops this list due to the fact that many owners will adopt the “What have you done for me lately?” strategy and focus more on the accomplishments of CJ Spiller late last season than the hugely productive season Jackson put together before suffering an injury. Jackson was the focal point of the Buffalo offense and ... Read More »

Fishing for some deep sleepers for 2012 and beyond (non-rookie).

Marcus Easley, WR, BUFFALO: Easley is 6’2″ and 221lbs,and was selected in the 4th round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. His first two seasons in Buffalo have ended with a trip to the injured reserve list before seeing the field in a regular season game. In 2010, knee surgery would end his season and a heart ... Read More »

Life after 30. A look at the fantasy potential of fantasy running backs who are 30 and over.

Fred Jackson, BUFFALO, age at kickoff of 2012 season, 31: Jackson is the torch bearer for the over 30 gang heading into the 2012 season. He is coming off a three year span in which he put up over 3,950 total yards from scrimmage and averaged just under 6 touchdowns per season. In only 10 games last season Jackson put ... Read More »