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Dave B`s Top 100 Fantasy Football Players For 2011

Welcome back to another year of fantasy Football at Cappers Picks. The 2011 NFL season is just around the corner – time to start thinking about your upcoming Fantasy Drafts.

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Dave B has compiled his Top 200 players that you should target ahead of the Big Day.

Fantasy Football Top 100

Take a gander and let me know what you think!

1. Arian Foster, RB Houston – Nobody can argue that he was the surprise of Fantasy last season and that he should be as good this year. He is a threat to run the ball and he is equally dangerous in PPR leagues. Foster edges out AP largely because he plays the brutal defenses of Indianapolis, Tennessee and Jacksonville two times each this season.

2. Adrian Peterson, RB Minnesota – The hype is still there and so will the carries be this year as well. He is truly the only game in town and will be the Vikings this year. AP will get the ball 25 times per game this season – I am betting that he will do a lot with those touches.

3. Jamaal Charles, RB Kansas City – Dual threat back that can take it to the house each and every time he touches the ball – touched that should increase this season. He is Chris Johnson without the contract issues! Charles could be that guy that goes third or fourth overall and turns out the Fantasy MVP.

4. Chris Johnson, RB Tennessee – Johnson had a down year last season and without the threat of a decent QB in Tennessee, his numbers may dip a bit this season. Johnson has registered 10+tds in the last 3 seasons, averaging nearly 1500 yards.

5. Aaron Rodgers, QB Green Bay – I’ll take 32-40 touchdowns at #5 any day. Rodgers has been a Fantasy beast and has been one of the top two Fantasy Producers in two of the last three seasons.

6. Ray Rice, RB Baltimore – Baltimore is a team on the rise and should get Rice the ball more this season. He is as dangerous in the passing game as he is in the running game and should rack up a ton of yards this season. More than six TDs would be nice however!

7. Michael Turner, RB Atlanta – Turner is a workhorse and the unquestioned goal-line back on a high powered Atlanta offense. 15 scores certainly is not a stretch.

8. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB Jacksonville – Well, the team is scared of his knee and so am I. It seems that MJD has been rehabbing his mouth this offseason as well. He will be a risk at #8 but if he returns to form, he could be the steal!

9. Andre Johnson, WR Houston – AJ has been an absolute Fantasy Beast and as the Top WR in the NFL he warrants a spot in the Top 10. He is a consistent superstar who has been a Top three Fantasy WR in the last three seasons.

10. Calvin Johnson, WR Detroit – 2011 will be Calvin Johnson’s year. Even though he has been forced to play with a revolving door of quarterbacks, Calvin has remained elite. With Matt Stafford seemingly healthy and a defense that will give the offense more opportunities, Johnson is ready to explode!

11. Michael Vick, QB Philadelphia – Vick is a risk – 16 games playing his style of ball is scary! But if he manages to stay healthy, passing production along with rushing opportunities could make Vick the Fantasy MVP.

12. Rashard Mendenhall, RB Pittsburgh – Mendenhall will have little competition for touches in Pittsburgh. He ended off the 2010-2011 season with a bang and will be looking to build on that this season. Mendenhall should get close to 300 touches and is therefore a RB1.

13. Roddy White, WR Atlanta – Matt Ryan is no dummy! Roddy White is as consistent and as reliable as any WR in the league. Julio Jones will only make him better – Yikes!

14. LeSean McCoy, RB Philadelphia – You may think that 14 is too low for McCoy. After all he did finish Top 6 last season in RB Fantasy stats. He’ll be good again, just not elite.

15. Peyton Manning, QB Indianapolis – Manning has slipped a bit mostly because he showed that he is mortal. Also off-season neck surgery is a small red-flag.

16. Drew Brees, QB New Orleans – The New Orleans Saints have to be prime for a bounce back and Brees should lead the way. In his five seasons in New Orleans, he has been a Top 3 Fantasy QB.

17. Darren McFadden, RB Oakland – Was last year a fluke? He was second in Fantasy points per game last season – second! At 17, he’s great value!

18. Frank Gore, RB San Francisco – Gore’s injury concerns certainly make him a risk at this point. If he can stay on the field, Gore could be a Top 5 back in the weak NFC West.

19. Greg Jennings, WR Green Bay – Can anyone stop the Packers this season? Some think that JerMichael Finley may cut into Jennings production. I think it helps!

20. Philip Rivers, QB San Diego – Rivers has been a Stud for a while but last year he was epic with a rag-tag bunch of receivers. Hopes are that there will be a little stability at WR for Rivers and that he can build off an amazing 2010.

21. Peyton Hillis, RB Cleveland – The Browns will ride Hillis if they want to be successful. He is good for 300 touches this season – good for a second round RB choice!

22. Shonn Greene, RB NY Jets – The writing is on the wall in New York – Greene will be the unquestioned #1 guy. In a run heavy offense, Greene could easily help you win your fantasy league!

23. Tom Brady, QB New England – Voted by his peers as the best player in the game today – Brady will continue to be a stud and will continue to pay dividends to his owners.

24. Hakeem Nicks, WR NY Giants – He was the top producing Fantasy WR last season (even ahead of Andre Johnson!) Hicks is a Stud – let’s hope that Plax doesn’t sneak in and snake some of his thunder!

25. Steven Jackson, RB St. Louis – Emerging offense, workhorse mentality is what Jackson brings. Unfortunately a beaten up body and low TD totals come along with him! [ad-8469823]

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26. Larry Fitzgerald, WR Arizona – Entering a contract year and says he hopes to remain in Arizona. Just look his stats from last year his first without Warner or Boldin and things still look good for him. (He had 90 catches for 1,137 yards and 6 TD’s.)

27. Matt Forte, RB Chicago – Suspect sophomore campaign with decent numbers. 1,600 yards 9 TD’s. Just really unpredictable, and that’s a MAJOR knock on him. When he didn’t play well, he more or less underwhelmed BIGTIME.

28. Reggie Wayne, WR Indianapolis

29. Dwayne Bowe, WR Kansas City

30. Miles Austin, WR Dallas

31. Mike Wallace, WR Pittsburgh

32. LeGarrette Blount, RB Tampa Bay

33. DeSean Jackson, WR Philadelphia

34. Matt Schaub, QB Houston

35. Tony Romo, QB Dallas

36. Vincent Jackson, WR San Diego

37. Antonio Gates, TE San Diego

38. Jermichael Finley, TE Green Bay

39. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB NY Giants

40. Dez Bryant, WR Dallas

41. Mike Williams, WR Tampa Bay

42. DeAngelo Williams, RB Carolina

43. Ryan Matthews, RB San Diego

44. Ben Roethlisberger, QB Pittsburgh

45. Matt Ryan, QB Atlanta

46. Dallas Clark, TE Indianapolis

47. Cedric Benson, RB Cincinnati

48. Jonathan Stewart, RB Carolina

49. Jeremy Maclin, WR Philadelphia

50. Cedric Benson, RB Cincinnati

51. Kenny Britt, WR Tennessee

52. Jason Witten, TE Dallas

53. Daniel Thomas, RB Miami

54. Stevie Johnson, WR Buffalo

55. Brandon Lloyd, WR Denver

56. Wes Welker, WR New England

57. Brandon Marshall, WR Miami

58. Mikel LeShoure, RB Detroit

59. Mark Ingram, RB New Orleans,

60. Vernon Davis, TE San Francisco

61. Marshawn Lynch, RB Seattle

62. Marques Colston, WR New Orleans

63. Benjarvis Green-Ellis, RB New England

64. Daniel Thomas, RB Miami

65. Santonio Holmes, WR NY Jets

66. Anquan Boldin, WR Baltimore

67. Jay Cutler, QB Chicago

68. Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit

69. Ryan Grant, RB Green Bay

70. Benjarvis Green-Ellis, RB New England

71. Sidney Rice, WR Minnesota

72. Jahvid Best, RB Detroit

73. Steve Smith, WR Carolina

74. Fred Jackson, RB Buffalo

75. Austin Collie, WR Indianapolis

76. Percy Harvin, WR Minnesota

77. Josh Freeman, QB Tampa Bay

78. Felix Jones, RB Dallas

79. Eli Manning, QB NY Giants

80. Jimmy Graham, TE New Orleans

81. Pierre Garcon, WR Indianapolis

82. Mike Williams, WR Seattle

83. Knowshon Moreno, RB Denver

84. Joseph Addai, RB Indianapolis

85. Sam Bradford, QB St. Louis

86. Michael Bush, RB Oakland

87. James Starks, RB Green Bay

88. Tony Gonzalez, TE Atlanta

89. Owen Daniels, TE Houston

90. Pierre Thomas, RB New Orleans

91. Mike Tolbert, RB San Diego

92. Joe Flacco, QB Baltimore

93. Roy Helu, RB Washington

94. Mario Manningham, WR NY Giants

95. Johnny Knox, WR Chicago

96. Earl Bennett, WR Chicago

97. Julio Jones, WR Atlanta

98. Ronnie Brown, RB Miami

99. A.J. Green, WR Cincinnati

100. Michael Crabtree, WR San Francisco

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Dave B has been a Fantasy Football writer for us for 10 years. A couch potato wannabe, Dave’s insights have been read by 10’s of people for years. He hope’s for world peace + global relaxation. Enjoy and remember only smoke things that are completely natural.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Let’s just hope we can use this info for good this year. As always Dave B looking forward to your preaseason nfl fantasy football draft guide!

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