What is your preliminary Top 10 for the 2011 fantasy season?
For rankings, assume 4-pt TD passes and non-PPR scoring; 1 point for every 10 rushing or receiving yards (and every 20 passing yards), 6 points for all rushing or receiving touchdowns
1 Michael Vick: If he plays all 16 games, a big if...
2 Arian Foster: #1 stays #1 until proven otherwise
3 Adrian Peterson: What's not to love and hate with AP
4 Chris Johnson: One of the games most gifted RBs
5 Jamaal Charles: KC will use him early and often...I hope
6 Maurice Jones Drew: Hope for the best, expect the worst
7 Peyton Hillis: Gutsy RB that even CLE cannot ruin
8 Michael Turner (Darren McFadden, LeSean McCoy, or Frank Gore could have gone here as well-injury concerns for all push them to the back)
9 Roddy White: Mr. Consistent at WR
10 Andre Johnson: Reggie Wayne could go here too
Look for Fantasy Football Almanac 2011 out in May at Amazon, BN.com and other retailers.
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Fantasy Football Guidebook (2nd Edition): Your Comprehensive Guide to Playing Fantasy Football ($19.95) http://www.amazon.com/dp/0982428650
Fantasy Baseball for Beginners: The Ultimate "How-to" Guide ($10.95) www.amazon.com/dp/0982428693