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Fantasy Football – 2011 Keeper League Rankings

2009 Keepers Worth Keeping = 2011 Fantasy Keeper Rankings

The 2010 Fantasy season is over but it doesn’t mean that we have to stop obsessing over who will be next year’s Studs. If you are in a keeper league, the offseason will be full of decisions – who do I keep? Who do I let go?

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Keeper leagues require a bit more long term planning, but it also gives you the chance to put together a dynasty, to help you take your friends money year after year after year.

Below is a list of the Top 5 Keepers at every position except for Kickers and Defenses.


1. Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB – Age 27 – Rodgers has been the best Fantasy Quarterback for two straight seasons and should be so again next year. He throws for touchdowns and his legs are equally as dangerous. If touchdowns are the deciding factor in your league, Rodgers is a no-brainer!

2. Michael Vick, QB, PHI – Age 30 – Vick only played part of a season this year – imagine the numbers he will put up over a whole season. He is certainly a risk as the Eagles do not have him signed yet but even if he leaves Philadelphia, he will be a Stud! Passing rushing and most importantly touchdowns is what Vick provides.

3. Tom Brady, QB, NE – Age 33 – Brady has four or five good years left for sure. He is efficient, effective and consistent. You have to keep the league MVP, don’t you?

4. Philip Rivers, QB, SD – Age 29 – Rivers was incredible this season despite the absence of Top Tier receiving talent. V-Jax should be back next year and Antonio Gates should be healthy. That’s enough for me!

5. Drew Brees, QB, NO – Age 32 – Brees was exposed a little this season and threw more picks that we would have ever imagined. With a healthy running game to keep the pressure off, Brees will once again be a Top 10 Overall Fantasy producer next season.

Others to Consider: Peyton Manning, QB, IND – Age 34, Matt Schaub, QB, HOU – Age 29, Ben Roethlisberger, QB, PIT – Age 28


1. Arian Foster, RB, HOU – Age 24 – Foster had 1600 yards and 16 tds on the ground this season and 66 receptions for over 600 yards and 2 tds. Foster is a huge part of the Texans offense and his pass catching ability with his rushing makes him the most attractive Keeper this off season.

2. Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN – Age 25 – Peterson had a decent season but should bounce back next year. Coach Leslie Frazer is no dummy and he will feature Peterson extensively next season. 300+ touches are not out of the question for AP on a team that will undoubtedly turn to the running game for success next season.

3. Jamaal Charles, RB, KC – Age 24 – Charles established himself as the go-to guy this season and deserves a bigger role next season. He, like Foster is a threat catching the ball as well as rushing. He was in a real time share this season but my guess is that he becomes the unquestioned #1 next season. He was second in the NHL in rushing despite only 230 carries!

4. Chris Johnson, RB, TEN – Age 25 – Chris Johnson is still an elite talent and my guess is that he will return to something like the 2009 CJ2 next season. Uncertainty plagued him in 2010 – hopefully the Titans will be a little more secure in 2011. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

5. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, JAX – Age 25 – Jones-Drew is a consistent Fantasy contributor who gets the rock 20-25 times per game. Next year shouldn’t be different. The Jags know that their success hinges on getting MJD the ball.

Others to Consider: Ray Rice, RB, BAL – Age 24, LeSean McCoy, RB, PHI – Age 23, Darren McFadden, RB, OAK – Age 23, Rashard Mendenhall, RB, PIT – Age 23


1. Roddy White, WR, ATL – Age 29 – White led the NFL in receptions this season by a mile and the combination of Matt Ryan’s improvement and the lack of a serious secondary receiving threat makes White the most intriguing WR for next season.

2. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET – Age 25 – Megatron was forced to endure three quarterbacks throwing him the ball in 2010 and still had a career high in touchdowns. If Matt Stafford can somehow stay healthy, Johnson could be next year’s Fantasy MVP

3. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU – Age 29 – AJ may be the first WR off the board in next year’s draft but is only third on the Keeper/Dynast rankings because of his age. He is good for 100 receptions, 1300 yards and 10 touchdowns. A more balanced offense in Houston will help his numbers as well!

4. Greg Jennings, WR, GB – Age 27 – As longs as you are Aaron Rodgers favorite target, you are worth keeping! The return of Jermichael Finley and Ryan Grant may actually help his numbers next season. The emergence of James Jones and Jordy Nelson may not!

5. Hakeem Nicks, WR, NYG – Age 23 – At the tender age of 23, Nicks has become one of the best receivers in the NFL. He will be a factor for many years to come and should improve with each and every season.

Others to Consider: Reggie Wayne, WR, IND – Age 32, Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI – Age 27, Brandon Marshall, WR, MIA – Age 26, DeSean Jackson, WR, PHI – Age 24, Miles Austin, WR, DAL – Age 26

1. Antonio Gates, TE, SD – Age 30 – Gates is head and shoulders above anyone else in his position. Gates has three or four more years of elite level numbers and is certainly worth keeping.

2. Dallas Clark, TE, IND – Age 31 – Jacob Tamme was the best Tight End in the league for the second half of 2010 and he’s not even the best Tight End on his team. Clark will be a factor again.

3. Jason Witten, TE, DAL – Age 28 – He is steady and reliable and is arguably the most important piece of the Cowboys offense.

How about it, owners? Email me your thoughts or comment below!



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