Why NFL Fantasy Guide?

WE ARE SORRY: Due to the overwhelming time it takes to keep up with Fantasy Stats, I am no longer creating up to date draft lists and such on this blog.

However, I would like to remind you that the articles are for the most part still good advice to keep to heart when playing Fantasy Football.

NFL Fantasy Guide

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.

NFL Fantasy Guide Articles

Please, feel free to read the following articles. Even some of the most experienced Fantasy Football owners might learn something. With over 15 years of fantasy sports experience I assure you, these articles are written from experience filled with trial and error as well as success.

Fantasy Football Draft: Basic Rules to Follow

Which Player Ranks #1 in Fantasy Football?

A Theory on Keeper League Rankings

Fantasy Football Season Waivers and Trades

The NFL Preseason Cannot Be Trusted

The 2nd Worst Week in Football


Washington Redskins Fantasy Players

Quarterback - Jason Campbell - (Position Rank - 14)
(Passing) 3,300 Yards, 13 TD, 9 IT, 30 Sacks
(Rushing) 200 Yards, 1 TD, 2 Fumbles
Campbell has never reached the expectations of him. He is a more talented quarterback than he has shown. Unfortunately it does not look like he ever will show it either. Campbell is not worth anything more than a second quarterback on any fantasy team.

Running Back - Clinton Portis - (Position Rank - 12)

(Rushing) 1,400 Yards, 10 TD, 4 Fumbles
(Receiving) 33 Catches, 260 Yards, 0 TD
It is hard for me to believe that Portis has only played for 7 seasons now. He seems like an old horse to me. Yet in those seven years, only once has he had less than 1200 yards. That was an injury shortened season in 2006.

Wide Receiver - Santana Moss - (Position Rank - 25)
(Receiving) 75 Catches, 1,000 Yards, 6 TD, 1 Fumbles
Santana Moss, for the last three seasons has consistently been on pace for right around 1,000 yards and 6 touchdowns. Even when he did not get in a full 16 games. Virtually the same team is still around him and there is no reason to expect anything different.

Wide Receiver - Antwaan Randle El - (Position Rank - 63)
(Receiving) 55 Catches, 650 Yards, 4 TD, 0 Fumbles
Randle El is another player who never seemed to reach his talent ceiling. With a top running back, a good tight end and a good receiver to draw attention away, he should find plenty of open space. Yet he consistently never finds it.

Tight End - Chris Cooley - (Position Rank - 6)
(Receiving) 75 Catches, 800 Yards, 5 TD, 1 Fumbles
In 2008, Cooley stepped it up and raised his receptions and his yardage, but his scores dropped right off the earth. I would expect that to be a fluke. In 2009 he should come close to last seasons numbers but still get 5 touchdowns.

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