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2010 NFL Fantasy Football Draft Check List – Excel Speadsheet Ratings (Round by Round)

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte warms up before before a preseason game against the Oakland Raiders at Soldier Field in Chicago on August 21, 2010.   UPI/Brian Kersey Photo via Newscom

Please Note: The check list above is intended to go round by round for the top players available. This way you have an idea which players could go in different rounds for standard league play. I kept tight ends, kickers, defenses and backup quarterbacks off to the side so you could focus on the main players for your draft.

Having an idea of where various fantasy players can go, gives you help you get ready for your fantasy football draft. Each round has the players I think will go in this area for a standard fantasy football league snake draft. Take a look at the excel spreadsheet above and print it out for your own use.

As always running backs rule the early rounds of the draft and then the pickings give way to receivers and so on. One player that might be worth drafting over Michael Turner, Ray Rice and Frank Gore is quarterback Aaron Rodgers. So far this offseason, Rodgers looks even better than last year as he and Greg Jennings look good on the deep ball and Jermichael Finley is improved.

More 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Kickers | Team Defense / ST

NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Chris “Reddog” Douglas:

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