Get Ready For Some Fantasy Football

Football is just about here and that means another fun-filled year of Fantasy Football. Every year, you can try to prepare but anything can happen. Look at last year for an example; there were injuries left and right. This not only screwed up a lot of people’s rosters, but a lot of team’s hopes for the Playoffs. But it is still fun to try and draft the best team possible. So here is a preview for the 2015 Fantasy Football Season.

Eli Manning

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Quarterback Eli Manning could have a really good year. He had a pretty decent season last year and this year he has a great team behind him. The New York Giants have some talented running backs, so this could be their year. Aaron Rodgers is another quarterback to watch. He has to be one of the best players in the NFL and he will continue to be one of the best for many years. The Green Bay Packers is going to be a strong team again this year, so it is no doubt that Rodgers will have a killer season.

Another New York Giants player to draft is Victor Cruz. Coming off of a knee injury, he is expected to return better than ever. Especially with a strong team supporting him He might be a good wide receiver to have on your team. Now that Carson Palmer is back after an injury, Michael Floyd of the Arizona Cardinals is also a good wide receiver to draft.  At 220 pounds and 6’2, he is a huge threat and now has an impressive quarterback on his side.


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Running backs always get you a lot of fantasy points, so it is a crucial position to fill. Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings is going to come back from his 15-game suspension better than ever. He is always known for bringing a lot of points to the table, but this year might be his best season. Running back Latavius Murray is another player who will be on top. It is always hard to pick a Raider, but Murray will not disappoint. He had an impressive year with a 90-year touchdown that was one of the team’s best plays of the season.

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