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[2010] Fantasy Football Rankings

Discussion in 'Fantasy Sports' started by RoxSqaud, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. RoxSqaud

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    http://fantasyfootball.fanhouse.com/2010/07/19/fantasy-football-2010-rankings-quarterbacks/

    QB:
    1. Aaron Rodgers, Packers
    2. Drew Brees, Saints
    3. Peyton Manning, Colts
    4. Matt Schaub, Texans
    5. Tom Brady, Patriots
    6. Tony Romo, Cowboys
    7. Philip Rivers, Chargers
    8. Matt Ryan, Falcons
    9. Donovan McNabb, Redskins
    10. Brett Favre, Vikings

    RB:
    1. Chris Johnson, Titans
    2. Adrian Peterson, Vikings
    3. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars
    4. Ray Rice, Ravens
    5. Michael Turner, Falcons
    6. Frank Gore, 49ers
    7. Steven Jackson, Rams
    8. Rashard Mendenhall, Steelers
    9. Shonn Greene, Jets
    10. Jamaal Charles, Chiefs

    WR:
    1. Andre Johnson, Texans
    2. Calvin Johnson, Lions
    3. Randy Moss, Patriots
    4. Miles Austin, Cowboys
    5. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals
    6. Reggie Wayne, Colts
    7. DeSean Jackson, Eagles
    8. Roddy White, Falcons
    9. Brandon Marshall, Dolphins
    10. Sidney Rice, Vikings

    TE:
    1. Dallas Clark, Colts
    2. Vernon Davis, 49ers
    3. Antonio Gates, Chargers
    4. Jason Witten, Cowboys
    5. Brent Celek, Eagles
    6. Jermichael Finley, Packers
    7. Tony Gonzalez, Falcons
    8. Kellen Winslow, Buccaneers
    9. Chris Cooley, Redskins
    10. Owen Daniels, Texans

    DEF:
    1. New York Jets
    2. Baltimore Ravens
    3. Minnesota Vikings
    4. San Francisco 49ers
    5. Green Bay Packers
    6. Pittsburgh Steelers
    7. Dallas Cowboys
    8. Philadelphia Eagles
    9. San Diego Chargers
    10. New Orleans Saints

    K:
    1. Nate Kaeding, Chargers
    2. Garrett Hartley, Saints
    3. Ryan Longwell, Vikings
    4. David Akers, Eagles
    5. Rob Bironas, Titans
    6. Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots
    7. Mason Crosby, Packers
    8. Jay Feely, Cardinals
    9. Lawrence Tynes, Giants
    10. Robbie Gould, Bears
     
  2. YouCompleteMe

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    If Owen Daniels wasn't coming off of a torn ACL, he would probably be ranked higher.
     
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  3. tmoney1101

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    Yeah, like first. First rep to you.
     
  4. Ziggy

    Ziggy QUEEN ANON

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    Position rankings are fun to look at and all but they don't really help you get anywhere. Gotta have tier rankings at the very least.
     
  5. FlyerFanatic

    FlyerFanatic YOU BOYS LIKE MEXICO!?! YEEEHAAWW
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    bengals defense isnt in the top 10? weird...i suspected palmer wouldnt be in top 10 for QB's since we ran so much last year. might change this year, with the receivers we got and gresham at TE, i can see palmer having way better numbers.
     
  6. YouCompleteMe

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    thanks man
     
  7. vinsensual

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    I've been making a draft list in my head since the super bowl ended. Can't wait till preseason starts.
     
  8. vinsensual

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    No Vincent Jackson on WR's is kind of surprising, and thought Desean would be top 5 though, those in front of him do make good cases of being there.
     
  9. leroy

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    VJ being out the first 3 game affects his rankings on all of the lists I've seen.
     
  10. wtfamonkey

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    VJ might not play till week 8 :eek:
     
  11. wtfamonkey

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    I would also put ryan matthews ahead of charles and greene
     
  12. ChumpCity

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    I disagree to an extent.

    The Jets pound the football and Greene is the primary back. I know LT is there, but I see him as more of a 3rd down type back when they need to get the ball outside.......IF, he has anything left at all.

    The Chargers like to throw the rock around, and if you are playing in a PPR league then I agree he would have a lot of value. Otherwise he will have decent rushing numbers, but I do not see him getting the amount of carries Greene will........nor do I see him matching or exceeding his productivity.

    I agree he should be ahead of Charles, whom was a replacement back who stumbled into a starters role. I would not be surprised to see him lose his spot to Thomas Jones by week 3.
     
  13. moestavern19

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    Charles had some pretty nice games down the stretch if you didn't happen to notice.

    He's got the jets.


    But I'll take all 3 of them over Mendenhall.
     
  14. ChumpCity

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    Yes, I did notice. Down the stretch (last 4 games), he rushed for 100+ yds in each......against who???

    Buffalo- 143 yards (Ranked 30th vs Rush)
    Cleveland- 154 yards (Ranked 28th vs Rush)
    Cincy- 101 yards (Ranked 7th vs Rush)
    Denver- 259 yards (Ranked 26th vs Rush)

    If he did it vs Pitt/Baltimore/NYJ/Houston, it would have held more weight. Don't get me wrong, the Cincy game was impressive but he did not do much outside of those last 4 weeks against below average defenses.

    IMO, Pitt will be leaning heavily on Mendenhall, considering Big Ben will have the first 4 weeks off.
     
  15. moestavern19

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    259 yards is nothing to scoff at. Jerome Harrison's 286 was nice too, but I'm more worried about Montario Hardesty poaching his scoring than I am about Thomas Jones, plus... the Browns offense is horrific anyway.


    I have limited faith in Pittsburgh's offensive line, Mendenhall will face 8 in the box more often that not, even probably when Big Ben returns. I have a lot of confidence in Mendenhall's abilities, but at this point I'd take Charles, Shonn Greene or Ryan Mathews ahead of him.

    Unless Mike Wallace really steps up and proves Santonio Holmes was expendable, I don't see Pittsburgh being anywhere near an offensive juggernaut. I am never sold on Pittsburgh RBs being fantasy studs in the Top 10 range. I'd take Mendenhall only as a value pick as a 2nd RB if he happened to slide.
     

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