RB Maurice Jones-Drew | NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: As soon as Fred Taylor left the Jaguars last offseason it was clear Maurice Jones-Drew was going to be at least a top six running back to select on draft day. Only concern for Drew was if he could handle the full load or would he break down like Marion Barber did when he had an opportunity.
In the end, Drew proved to the world that he is capable of being a feature runner throughout an entire season and was a fantasy stud most of the year.
By the end of the season, Drew carried the football 312 times and still had over 50 receptions out of the backfield. This workload allowed Drew to total over 1,700 yards from scrimmage as he plunged through the end zone 16 times.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: If it wasn’t for Chris Johnson, Mighty Mouse would be the top pick in fantasy leagues this up coming year. Drew may not be on a great team, but it is good enough to make him a productive player. Look for the fifth year stud to have another great year in his second season as the teams feature runner.
– Decent Offense Around Him
– Good Hands
– Touchdown Maker
– Big Plays
– Can Have An Occasional Bad Day
– He’s Too Short? LOL
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Maurice Jones-Drew
Maurice Jones-Drew | Jacksonville Jaguars | No. 32 | RB
Height: 5-7 Weight: 208 | Born: 3/23/1985
2009 games played 16 | games started 16
2010 Experience: 5th season
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 9):
Redskins, Rams, 49ers, Titans Broncos
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Projected Rankings Against the Run And Schedule Link For Maurice Jones-Drew Found Below.
NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com