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NFL Fantasy Guide's - Ultimate Players Rankings

Ultimate Top 200 Fantasy Players. . . . . Updated 09/04/2010

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Often in the preseason, there are questions about players. Injuries, position battles and anything that might effect the Fantasy Football Player Rankings. Here I will address some of them.

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A Theory on Keeper League Rankings

Fantasy Football Season Waivers and Trades

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Carolina Panthers Fantasy Players

Quarterback - Jake Delhomme - (Position Rank - 22)
(Passing) 3,200 Yards, 16 TD, 12 IT, 20 Sacks
(Rushing) 20 Yards, 1 TD, 3 Fumbles
Steve Smith is not quite as good or as young as he once was and if he falters, Delhomme does not have a lot of other options.

Running Back - DeAngelo Williams - (Position Rank - 5)
(Rushing) 1,400 Yards, 13 TD, 1 Fumbles
(Receiving) 22 Catches, 140 Yards, 1 TD
DeAngelo broke out last year and became a huge star. His only down fall is that he loses carries to Stewart. Carolina runs enough to not worry about that problem however. Williams still carries almost as much as a featured back and makes more of the chances. But boy how great he would be without Stewart nipping at his heels huh?

Running Back - Jonathan Stewart - (Position Rank - 17)
(Rushing) 1,150 Yards, 13 TD, 1 Fumbles
(Receiving) 18 Catches, 100 Yards, 0 TD
Even though Stewart gets the lesser work load of the two running backs in Carolina, he still should break a thousand yards and double digit TD's. The fact that other experts rank him in the 50's overall makes him a great value. He should get you decent enough numbers and if Williams should go down? Jackpot! ... However, some believe he will not get as much work as he did in 2008. Until I see proof of this, I still believe.

Wide Receiver - Steve Smith - (Position Rank - 13)
(Receiving) 82 Catches, 1,200 Yards, 7 TD, 1 Fumble
Smith could possibly be ranked as high as 10th except he is now 30 years old. He should soon lose a step and standing only 5' 9" tall, he depends on his speed too much.

Wide Receiver - Muhsin Muhammad - (Position Rank - 49)
(Receiving) 60 Catches, 850 Yards, 4 TD, 1 Fumbles
If the age of 30 scares me from Smith even a little, what should the age of 37 do to me for Muhammad? In his last 8 seasons, he has only broken the 1,000 yard mark once. That was five years ago.

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