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Michael Crabtree: The Go To Guy

It's just a small sample but Michael Crabtree was actually practicing and snagged the first four passes at the San Francisco 49ers camp opener. Just the fact that Crabtree is a 49er and is in camp ready to build on his impressive rookie season (when you factor in what he was up against) should make fans in the Bay Area happy. While Crabtree should be active in camp, fans and fantasy owners are hopeful that ...

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Stafon Johnson: A Name Fantasy Owners Should Remember

Joe McKnight will be the first USC Trojan running back selected at the 2010 NFL draft, but he may not have the best career. Fellow USC tail back Stafon Johnson had himself solid first month last year (five touchdown in four games) until he suffered a scary neck injury while bench pressing. I'm sure many of you can recall hearing something about Johnson as his injury was all over the sporting news world when ...

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Marshawn Lynch: Come On Man

Immaturity seems to be the word that comes to mind with Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch. No one can deny Lynch had the talent coming out of the Cal Bears program to be a legit feature running back at the NFL level. Not only was Lynch a tough runner with solid moves in the open field, but he had good hands for the passing game as well. With a solid rookie season followed by a respectable second yea ...

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More Beanie Wells In 2010 | NFL Fantasy Player Projections

It seemed so obvious that the Arizona Cardinals would run the football more this up coming season since Kurt Warner retired. With a balanced attack, the Cardinals stand a great chance of winning their third consecutive NFC West Title. While one can easily predict this new attack coming to action it is always nice to actually hear Coach Ken Whisenhunt discuss this matter publicly. Whisenhunt has noted that t ...

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WR Dez Bryant: More Questions Than Answers

Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant is regarded as the top receiver in this years NFL draft class. For all of Bryant's talent there were  concerns looming around him heading into his official workout this week. Bryant had a questionable suspension from the NCAA early in the 2009 season and then signed with the same agent (Eugene Parker) as Michael Crabtree. While the suspension shouldn't be held against ...

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Dolphins Defense: Can NT Paul Soliai Step Up?

The Miami Dolphins found a way to play adequate defense against the run in 2009 as they were eighteenth overall. With a young secondary, it will be vitally important that the Dolphins play good up front this season but that will be a challenge without nose tackle Jason Ferguson. The 35-year old veteran Ferguson has been suspended for the first eight games of next season for violating NFL policy on performan ...

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Marion Barber: Down But Not Out | 2010 NFL Fantasy Outlook

Can you hear that jingle-jangle sound? It's the sound of Marion Barber's fantasy value dropping as rumors continue to swirl that Felix Jones could be the starting tailback  in Dallas this season. While Barber may end up as the second running back for the Cowboys, I do believe writer David Moore is correct that he will still be a factor in this offense. Disappointment Sets In For the past couple seasons Barb ...

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Matt Forte vs Chester Taylor: Who Will Start For Bears?

Just a year ago Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte was the darling of the organization and a favorite selection in the first round at many fantasy football drafts. Why shouldn't he of been regarded with such high regard after a great rookie season in a very average offense. With the addition of quarterback Jay Cutler and upgrades (we thought at that time) on the offensive line, it looked like Forte was a ...

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QB Dan LeFevour Has Poor Pro Day | 2010 NFL Draft Prospects

Central Michigan's quarterback Dan LeFevour has been widely regarded as the third best quarterback in the 2010 NFL draft. However, to maintain a potential late first round draft projection, LeFevour needed a good pro-day in order to stay in that range come late April. Not know as the strongest armed quarterback, LeFevour failed to impress on deep passes at his work out, and it looks like he may lose some st ...

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DeAngelo Williams Likes A RBBC? | Why Greed Is Good

When you grow up and play sports your usually taught the values of being an unselfish player and doing what's best for your fellow teammates. Sure, everyone wants to play and have success but sometimes your coach would tell you to lay down a bunt in little league or perform some unselfish act in the sport you played. At the pro level, we tend to applaud players that take one for the team or don't worry abou ...

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