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Tier A A.Rodgers D. Brees Tier B T.Brady P.Manning Tier C R.Griffin III C. Newton M.Ryan C.Kaepernick Tier D T.Romo R.

Wilson A.Luck M.Stafford Tier F M.Vick B.Roethlisberger E. Manning J.Flacco

26.7 27.1

25.5 24.1

25.8 22.9 23.3 22

21 21.5 20.7 20

19.7 22.6 17.9 18.9

Projections Total Pts (ppr) Tier A A. Peterson D. Martin A. Foster R. Rice Tier B C. Spiller L.McCoy J. Charles M. Lynch A. Morris T. Richardson D. Sproles Maurice Jones Drew Tier C Matt Forte S. Jackson R. Bush C. Johnson F. Gore S. Ridley Tier D D. McFadden D. Wilson C. Ivory E. Lacy D. Murray D. Richardson A. Bradshaw Att 360 365 325 300 Yds 1764 1606 1398 1410 Avg 4.9 4.4 4.3 4.7 TD 13 10 12 8 Rec 35 47 37 51 Yds 190 450 200 390 Td 1 2 1 1 314 324 274 285 PPG 21.7 19.5 19.1 18.8

305 310 300 335 275 310 85 295

1403 1271 1530 1407 1265 1209 484 1209

4.6 4.1 5.1 4.2 4.6 3.9 5.7 4.1

4 5 6 11 11 9 2 8

52 71 48 19 10 58 69 44

511 620 455 164 64 404 632 431

2 4 2 0 0 2 6 2

279 320 294 241 208 284 228 267

16.3 17.1 15.3 17.1 16.1 16.9 16.4 15

268 280 235 280 249 266

1232 1064 1081 1092 1070 1117

4.6 3.8 4.6 3.9 4.3 4.2

5 9 4 5 6 9

73 33 59 29 21 7

664 208 412 201 184 56

3 1 2 1 0 0

310 219 244 194 182 177

14.8 12.4 13.1 13.7 14.1 13.1

215 240 220 200 215 190 227

924 1152 858 880 881 893 930

4.3 4.8 3.9 4.4 4.1 4.7 4.1

6 3 7 6 7 4 8

46 29 26 27 44 19 31

281 226 186 174 249 164 215

1 2 1 0 1 0 0

208 196 177 168 204 145 193

12.9 18

15 14.1

L. Miller D. Williams S. Vereen R. Mendenhall M. Ball Gio Bernard M. Ingram R. Hillman D. Woodhead M. Reece B. Green Ellis R. Mathews A. Brown

180 241 45 150 185 203 135 100 75 64 112 190 65

846 1012 198 615 721 974 513 410 330 294 425 741 292

4.7 4.2 4.4 4.1 3.9 4.8 3.8 4.1 4.4 4.6 3.8 3.9 4.5

3 2 1 4 7 6 7 2 0 1 5 2 9

33 22 65 18 16 41 4 33 49 55 7 46 9

228 171 609 159 141 265 21 235 305 348 38 264 38

1 0 7 0 0 1 0 1 4 3 0 1 0

163 152 192 118 144 206 99 115 136 142 82 164 95

13.7 9.1

Tier A C. Johnson B. Marshall D. Bryant A. Green Tier B D. Thomas W. Welker A. Johnson J. Jones R. Cobb L. Fitzgerald R. White R. Wayne D. Amendola V. Cruz V. Jackson M. Colston Tier C J. Nelson P. Garcon A. Brown C. Shorts M. Wallace D. Bowe H. Nicks T. Smith S. Smith E. Decker J. Jones D. Jackson S. Johnson M. Williams M. Austin Tier D S. Rice T. Austin G. Jennings T. Hilton E. Sanders L. Moore K. Britt D. Moore

PPG 21.8 20.8 18.9 18.6

18.5 18.1 18.4 16.1 14.8 10.8 16.8 16.9 13.3 15.9 16.1 16.1

13.1 15 13.4 13.8 13 12.1 10.7 11.4 13.4 16.8 14.1 11.5 13.7 13.5 13.3

10.4 12 11.8 7 13.6 9.1 11.1

C. Givens V. Brown Sleepers Mi. Floyd R. Broyles K. Wright D. Hopkins A. Jeffery K. Thompkins J. Blackmon ssp A. Collie R. Woods K. Stills C. Patterson

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Tier A J. Graham Tier B R. Gronkowski Tier C J. Witten T. Gonzalez Tier D J. Cook V. Davis G. Olsen B. Meyers M. Bennett F. Davis J. Cameron Z. Sudfeld T. Eifert J. Thomas B. Celek

Projections Name Att Yds Avg TD Rec Yds TD PTS

D. Martin

365

1606

4.4

10

47

450

324

He is not a better runner than AP, but he will catch and get much more YAC L. McCoy 310 1271 4.1 5 71 620 4 320

If he can stay healthy he will have a career year in the new offense A. Peterson 360 1764 4.9 13 35 190 1 314

I feel like without all the naysayers, Adrian will not have that extra boost to claim the number 1 spot in ppr. M. Forte 268 1232 4.6 5 73 664 3 310

Forte will be fed more than ever in the passing game this year J. Charles 300 1530 5.1 6 48 455 2 294

Jamaal has an amazing skill set and always has the potential to win a week for you. Ray Rice 300 1410 4.7 8 51 390 1 285

The Ravens are still his team and while Bernard may steal some carries this team will go the way of Rice. T. Richardson 310 1209 3.9 9 58 404 2 284

I wouldn't describe Trent as elusive, but he gets positive yardage and can catch the ball with consistency C. Spiller 305 1403 4.6 4 52 511 2 279

If CJ was on a respectable team he could be number 1, but alas he is a Bill. A. Foster 325 1398 4.3 12 37 200 1 274

This is not based on injury, while he is breaking down, his inability to make more out his receptions is what hurts him M. Jones-Drew 295 1209 4.1 8 44 431 2 267

MJD has that same chip on his shoulder that AP had last year. R. Bush 235 1081 4.6 4 59 412 2 244

It seems like the perfect scenario for good ol' Reggie, he should be in heaven in this offense that loves to pass to RBs M. Lynch 335 1407 4.2 11 19 164 0 241

Another great year for the beast, now if he could just be utilized in the passing game. D. Sproles 85 484 5.7 2 69 632 6 228

A PPR Dream, gotta love a team that designs TD passes to the RB as the 1st choice S. Jackson 280 1064 3.8 9 33 208 1 219

The O-line is bad, but they should be in the lead a lot more than the Rams were D. McFadden 215 924 4.3 6 46 281 1 208

A lot of "ifs" here. If he can play a dacent amount of games and if the change back to the old system improves the 3.3 avg. A. Morris 275 1265 4.6 11 10 64 0 208

Shannahan is nuts. Even if Alfred has another great year he is not a stud RB in a PPR format. And Shannahan in nuts. G. Bernard 203 974 4.8 6 41 265 1 206

The Bengals have a history of keeping the encumbent and terrible RB as the main guy ie; C.Benson, however Gio's talent will be hard to ignore. D. Murray 215 881 4.1 7 44 249 1 204

He will do a fine job when he is healthy, when that will be is the concern D. Wilson 240 1152 4.8 3 29 226 2 196

Got to love the big play abilty, don't love the automatic sub inside the 5. C. Johnson 280 1092 3.9 5 29 201 1 194

28 in Septmber, the second he loses a step his career is over. A. Bradshaw 227 930 4.1 8 31 215 0 193

A lot more potential to have a big year than some might think, but these numbers are probably more realistic. S. Vereen 45 198 4.4 1 65 609 7 192

The Patriots could just be screwing with us, but while Vereen is not great in standard leagues he has value in a PPR F. Gore 249 1070 4.3 6 21 184 0 182

Solid Frank Gore, he will always score you some points, his 3 100 yd + games came BK. (Before Kaepernick) S. Ridley 266 1117 4.2 9 7 56 0 177

Ridley will always go too high in PPR formats, yes he had 1200 yds, yes he had 12 tds, but he caught 6 passes.6! C. Ivory 220 858 3.9 7 26 186 1 177

Ivory is their best option, but I would be afraid to own any Jet this year. E. Lacy 200 880 4.4 6 27 174 0 168

I honestly think Rodgers audibles out of 50% of the running plays just assuming he can gain 40 yards instead of 3. R. Mathews 190 741 3.9 2 46 264 1 164

Maybe he's just waiting until absolutely no one believes in him. Now is the time Ryan! L. Miller 180 846 4.7 3 33 228 1 163

The Dolphins are for some reason still giving Daniel Thomas more chance. This may be an infuriating timeshare D. Williams 241 1012 4.2 2 22 171 0 152

The best years of DeAngelo's career have been wasted away by a man they call Jonathan Stewart, It's a shame really. D. Richardson 190 893 4.7 4 19 164 0 145

The Rams will want to see what they have in Pead and Stacy as well. M. Ball 185 721 3.9 7 16 141 0 144

Right now he will be lucky to be the 1st and 2nd down back, Hillman may eat into those carries as well. M. Reece 64 294 4.6 1 55 348 3 142

He will spell McFaden and is truly gifted in the passing game. D. Woodhead 75 330 4.4 0 49 305 4 136

Another pass catching specialist to get you consistent points. R. Mendenhall 150 615 4.1 4 18 159 0 118

The Cards will be at the bottom of the NFC West and they will want to see if they any talent in their young RBs R. Hillman 100 410 4.1 2 33 235 1 115

If could stop fumbling he may actually have a shot at winning the starting job. M. Ingram 135 513 3.8 7 4 21 0 99

Is it impossible for the Saints to see Pierre Thomas is signifficantly better? A. Brown 65 292 4.5 9 9 38 0 95

TD only backs are not nearly as valuable in PPR B. Green-Ellis 112 425 3.8 5 7 38 0 82

Gio has proven to score TDs in the pre-season, so the vulture role may even be taken away.