Standard Redraft Cheatsheet
Brandon Marshall’s first year in Miami proved to be a disappointment as he struggled with nagging injuries and failed to be a useful starting option for standard redraft scoring leagues. For some reason, I actually have a funny feeling that, if given the chance, quarterback Chad Henne will have a better season than last year. If so, and most of all if Marshall can stay healthy, he should return to be a top fifteen receiver to own in standard league play.
Heading into the summer I have Marshall’s ranking on our cheat sheet to be the exact number he wears on his jersey, and that is 19th overall. This makes him a late No.2 option to own and he could slip farther than in some leagues, as some owners will turn their backs on him for his down year, and continued problems off the field. Consider him fair value at that projection, as he’s a proven weapon that should provide you with respectable production.
Below you will find our standard redraft cheat sheet for the 2011 fantasy football season. We will have an update for this cheat sheet towards the end of July and then again, just before the third preseason week in August. Most fantasy owners tend to draft their squads, during or after the third preseason week, so that way you will get an updated list to download from our site. Good luck in your 2011 standard redraft fantasy football league, and be sure to come back to us for in season rankings and advise for PPR league play.
Cheat Sheet Last Updated – September 2nd
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