Friday, June 3, 2016

2010 Fantasy Baseball Preview: American League Rookies

Some fantasy baseball owners will over think when drafting their team and focus too much on predicting breakout stars and rookies and not pay enough attention to players that are definitely going to have good seasons. It’s easy to understand why because if you get the players that are definitely going to be good and then correctly predict the future of a few players then that might just be a championship team. None of the following American League rookies should be taken too high, but they could be valuable in fantasy baseball this year.

2010 Fantasy Baseball Preview: American League Rookies
Austin Jackson, CF, Tigers

Austin Jackson is at the top of everybody’s American League fantasy rookie list. One of the most difficult aspects of predicting a rookie’s season is to simply know at what point in the season they are going to start. Austin Jackson seems locked in as the Detroit Tigers everyday starter in centerfield from opening day and there aren’t many rookies you can say that about.

2010 Fantasy Baseball Preview: American League Rookies
Brian Matusz, LHP, Orioles

The pitcher everybody is talking about in 2010 is Stephen Strasburg but Brian Matusz is probably the rookie pitcher that will have the biggest impact this season. Matusz will probably make the Orioles starting rotation to open the season, unlike Strasburg who won’t be up until middle of the season and could falter with no major league experience.

2010 Fantasy Baseball Preview: American League Rookies
Brett Wallace, IF, Blue Jays

Brett Wallace has already been the main piece in the Matt Holliday-to-Oakland trade and was then swapped for Michael Taylor (the main piece in the Roy Halladay-to-Philadelphia trade) so there are high expectations. Wallace won’t start opening day but there have already been many Lyle Overbay trade rumors to make way for Wallace. If Overbay struggles or one of the designated hitters struggle then Wallace could be up sooner rather than later.

2010 Fantasy Baseball Preview: American League Rookies
Michael Taylor, OF, A’s

Michael Taylor looks like a midseason call up so don’t draft him too high, or maybe even wait to pick him off the free agent list, but as bad as the A’s offense is Taylor should definitely get plenty of action this year.

2010 Fantasy Baseball Preview: American League Rookies
Wade Davis, RHP, Rays

Wade Davis is the main reason the Rays had no problem parting ways with Scott Kazmir last season. According to the Rays website the starting rotation has already been set with Davis being the fifth pitcher in the rotation. Although teams’ rotations don’t always match up with each other it is very possible that Davis is matched up against other teams’ fifth starter, which could equal some wins for him.

Sources:
Jason Heyward, Stephen Strasburg lead Baseball America’s Top 100 Prospects, Sports Illustrated, http://ift.tt/1Y7xlHR,

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2010 Emmys Reward The Pacific; Creative Emmy Awards Given Out

2010 Emmy’s are already getting awarded. Some 2010 Emmy’s were handed out on Saturday during the 2010 Creative Emmy Awards presentation. One of the big winners was the mini-series The Pacific, which took home six awards for network HBO. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards are basically for all of the categories that don’t make it to the live primetime version of the Emmy show, but they have equal meaning for all of the winners. For many people, this is the time to shine, and it is where networks like HBO can really bring home a high number of awards. HBO won 17 Creative Arts Emmy’s as a network, which made them the big winner for Saturday.

Other winners on Saturday included Betty White for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her appearance on Saturday Night Live. Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series went to John Lithgow for his turn on Dexter, and Best Cinematography for a One-Hour Show went to CSI. Best Variety Writing went to Colbert Report, Best Guest Actress on a Drama Series went to Ann-Margret for her turn on Law & Order: SVU, and the Best Children’s Program was awarded to Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie. It was quite an interesting night, but it’s also unfortunate that most of these winners won’t be featured during the primetime presentation on August 29.

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2010 Fall TV Series and Season Premieres: Week Five

Paranormal events, bugs, rockers and detectives are featured in week five of the new fall TV season brings 6 series premieres and 8 season premieres.

For a 2010 Fall TV Schedule featuring only major network channels (ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, and NBC) visit 2010 Fall TV Schedule of Major Networks. For a preview of over 50 NEW TV programs beginning this fall, read 2010 Fall TV Series Premieres; for previews of returning TV shows this fall read 2010 Fall TV Season Premieres.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

7:00pm

Dino Dan (Nick Jr Series Premiere)
“The Chicken or the Dino?” – Dan is convinced that the mystery egg in class is a dinosaur egg.

9:00pm

Paranormal State (A & E Season Premiere)
“House Arrest” – An old southern plantation has a dark history and an angry spirit.

10:00pm

Luther (BBC America Series Premiere)
Detective John Luther returns to work after the traumatic arrest of a serial killer.

Psychic Kids (A & E Season Premiere)
“Banishing Evil” – Two kids attempt to banish an evil spirit tormenting one of them.

Monday, October 18, 2010

2:00pm

The Talk (CBS Series Premiere)
Hosted by stars and moms Sharon Osbourne, Sara Gilbert, Leah Remini, Julie Chen, Holly Robinson Peete, and Marissa Jaret Winokur.

10:00pm

Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It (VH1 Series Premiere)
The rocker must convince his family and doctors that he is well enough to go back on the road.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

8:00pm

NOVA (PBS 38th Season Premiere)
“Building the Great Cathedrals” – In the Middle Ages, architects constructed great Gothic cathedrals that have stood for centuries.

9:00pm

Bugging Out (Science Series Premiere)
Ken the Bug Guy gets a large order from the rap group Sounds of Mischief; Ken has less than 48 hours to round up 40 scorpions.

Cold Blood (ID Season Premiere)
“Death of a Dentist” – A sleepy Pennsylvania town is rocked when a popular dentist is discovered lying in a pool of blood.

Frontline (PBS 29th Season Premiere)
“Death by Fire” – New evidence raises doubts about whether Cameron Todd Willingham, convicted of arson, was guilty.

The Millionaire Matchmaker (Bravo 4th Season Premiere)
“Welcome to the Big Apple” – Matchmaker expert Patti Stanger moves her expertise to the east coast.

10:30pm

Freak Encounters (Animal Planet Series Premiere)
“Ahool” – Christian joins with a wildlife research team investigating aerial attacks on animals in the forest.

Friday, October 22, 2010

10:00pm

Main Street Mysteries (ID Season Premiere)
“Without a Trace” – The disappearance of a teen girl sends police and her stricken family on a 20-year search.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

1:00am

Independent Lens (PBS 12th Season Premiere)
“The Parking Lot Movie” – Members of a select group of men serve as attendants at the same parking lot in Charlottesville, VA.

Program schedules are subject to change. All times listed as EST.

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DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION

Sources embedded in program titles.

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2010 Emmy Nominations Revealed; Full Emmy Nomination List

The 2010 Emmy nominations were revealed Thursday morning. The 2010 Emmy nominations are for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards Show that will air on Sunday, August 29, 2010. This is the 62nd annual Emmy Awards Show, and it could mark an extremely competitive year for the awards. Joel McHale from the NBC comedy Community and Sofia Vergara from the ABC comedy Modern Family presented the 2010 Emmy nominees with Television Academy chairman and CEO John Shaffner early Thursday morning. The trio presented the announcement of the show as well as the nominees from the major categories that will be awarded in August.

The following is the full list of Emmy nominees that were presented on the morning of Thursday, July 8 in the main categories of these Emmy Awards. There appears to be some very stiff competition in a number of the categories, and quite possibly some repeat winners with many of the nominees being rewarded for great work again.

2010 Emmy Award Nominations

Drama Series

The Nominees: Breaking Bad, Dexter, Lost, Mad Men, The Good Wife, and True Blood.

Comedy Series

The Nominees: 30 Rock, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Glee, Modern Family, Nurse Jackie, and The Big Bang Theory.

Lead Actor in a Drama

The Nominees: Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights), Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Matthew Fox (Lost), Michael C. Hall (Dexter), Jon Hamm (Mad Men), and Hugh Laurie (House).

Lead Actress in a Drama

The Nominees: Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights), Glenn Close (Damages), Mariska Hargitay (Law and Order: SVU), January Jones (Mad Men), Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife), and Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer).

Lead Actor in a Comedy

Nominees: Alec Baldwin (30 Rock), Steve Carell (The Office), Larry David (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Matthew Morrison (Glee), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), and Tony Shalhoub (Monk).

Lead Actress in a Comedy

Nominees: Toni Collette (United States of Tara), Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie), Tina Fey (30 Rock), Jullia Louis-Dreyfus (The New Adventures of Old Christine), Lea Michelle (Glee), and Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation).

Reality Competition program

American Idol
Amazing Race
Dancing With The Stars
Project Runway
Top Chef

Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series

The Colbert Report
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Saturday Night Live
Real Time With Bill Maher
Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien

*Editing Problems Have Forced Us to Link to Full List Below*

Reference:

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2010 Fantasy Football Draft Tips - Quarterback Battles

It doesn’t get more exciting than watching two players battle head-to-head to determine who will enter the 2010 fantasy football season as a starting quarterback. The winner can earn a spot on many fantasy football teams as a No. 1 quarterback while the loser will spend much of the season on the waiver wire, an afterthought. Here are NFL quarterback battles to keep an eye on in the 2010 NFL preseason.

Sam Bradford vs. A.J. Feeley

St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo named A.J. Feeley the starting quarterback but that is going to change rather quickly. The Rams are Feeley’s fifth team in ten years. He has only thrown for 1000 yards twice in his career and has only started two NFL games since 2004. Even in 2009, when Jake Delhomme was benched, Feeley never took a snap. If Spagnuolo believes Feeley gives the Rams the best chance to win, he is delusional.

Sam Bradford has never started an NFL game. The number one overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft out of the University of Oklahoma, Bradford is the quarterback of the future for the Rams. Bradford won the Heisman Trophy in 2008 but spent most of his 2009 season injured. He is 6’4″ and is one of the most intelligent quarterbacks coming out of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Fantasy Outlook: A.J. Feeley will start the season but Sam Bradford will be the starter in short order. Neither will put up big numbers in 2010, but Bradford is a great keeper league pick. Bradford will also make Steven Jackson more valuable down the line.

Jimmy Clausen vs. Matt Moore

When Jake Delhomme was benched in 2009, Matt Moore took hold of the starting job and never let go. In only his third year in the league, Moore threw for 1053 yards and eight touchdowns in his five starts for the Carolina Panthers. He threw all eight touchdowns in the team’s final four games with no interceptions. The fact the games were against New England, Minnesota, the Giants and New Orleans makes that feat even more impressive. He was rewarded for this great finish by watching his Panthers draft Jimmy Clausen with their first pick of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Jimmy Clausen is the brash young quarterback who lit up the Notre Dame record books during the otherwise disappointing past few years at the school. The Panthers offense is similar to the one ran at Notre Dame and he is being given every chance to win the job during preseason. Clausen in an interesting prospect and Moore will have to remain hot to hold onto his starting job.

Fantasy Outlook: Matt Moore deserves the starting job until he does something to prove his strong 2009 finish was a fluke. Clausen is a good handcuff pick for Moore owners and might be a good keeper league pick since he might end up starting in the next couple of years. For seasonal leagues, Moore is the only safe pick until further notice.

Brian Brohm vs. Trent Edwards vs. Ryan Fitzpatrick

The Buffalo Bills quarterback situation is a mess. Look at last year’s numbers, which sucked all around even with Terrell Owens on the team. Brian Brohm started one game for the Bills, threw for 146 yards and two interceptions. Trent Edwards, who entered the season as the starter, only started one game for the team after week 6. In his three years with the Bills, Edwards averaged 1800 yards a season with a 50/50 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Ryan Fitzpatrick moved into the starting lineup in week 6 and played the most of the three quarterbacks. In his first year at Buffalo, he threw for 1422 yards with nine touchdowns and ten interceptions.

Fantasy Outlook: Don’t touch any of these guys. If you have to take one, grab Edwards. While Fitzpatrick received the majority of the reps last year, new coordinator Chan Gailey might make a difference in the team’s passing game and Edwards is the most talented of the three gunslingers. Brian Brohm might be a good keeper league pick but its wait-and-see with the youngster.

Matt Leinart vs. Derek Anderson

Matt Leinart’s time has finally arrived. He faltered his starting position away a few years ago while Kurt Warner surged. He never regained his spot. That is not a surprise since the few times he did play, he couldn’t hit the Eiffel Tower if he was standing five-yards from it. The former USC star started 16 games during his four years in Arizona. His passer rating is a lowly 70.8 and he has 20 interceptions compared to 14 touchdowns.

Former Pro Bowl quarterback Derek Anderson didn’t fared much better at Cleveland following his breakout 2007 season. In 2009, Anderson started seven games and only threw for 888 yards. He lost three fumbles, threw 10 interceptions and only scored three touchdowns through the air. He hopes for a fresh start with a new offense and one of the best receivers in Larry Fitzgerald to haul in his passes.

Fantasy Outlook: This is bad. Owners of Larry Fitzgerald have to be kicking themselves watching these two guys competing to throw him balls. Matt Leinart is the better fantasy football choice but Derek Anderson can put up some monster numbers throwing the bombs to Fitzgerald too. Avoid both these guys until one of them proves they can actually complete passes to their own teammates.

Other quarterback battles to watch: Matt Hasselbeck vs. Charlie Whitehurst, Jake Delhomme vs. Seneca Wallace, Kyle Orton vs. Brady Quinn.

Other fantasy football articles to check out:

Injured Players to beware of

Veteran Players to drop in keeper leagues

Top Rookie Quarterbacks

Top Rookie Wide Receivers

Top Rookie Running Backs

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2010 Fantasy Football Draft Tips: Top 10 Running Backs

Running backs used to be the kings of fantasy football. Draft always centered around the runners and whoever owned Marshall Faulk or Priest Holmes always won their league.

Times have changed. Very few teams employ a single running back star to carry the load for their team. Only a handful of teams have an every down back that fantasy football owners can count on. That makes the quality running backs a premium but the rest are a step below the top quarterbacks in the league.

Here are the top 10 running backs to target in your 2010 fantasy football draft.

1. Adrian Peterson – Flip a coin – Adrian or Chris, Chris or Adrian? It doesn’t matter which running back you choose, either one is going to score you a lot of fantasy football points. Adrian Peterson is a workhorse back that is going to pound the yards and is always a threat to break a big one. With Sidney Rice going down with a preseason injury, the Vikings will need to rely on AD even more. With Chester Taylor not around to steal goal line carries, expect Peterson to run for around 1500 yards with 15 touchdowns. He catches the ball too, so he provides PPR leagues with an added bonus.

2. Chris Johnson – Chris Johnson exploded out of the gate in his rookie year, eclipsing 2,000 all-purpose yards. Don’t be surprised to see him getting close to the 2,000 yard mark just running the ball this year. He is almost a lock to break 2,000 all-purpose yards and will push Adrian Peterson for that top fantasy football running back spot. How much he scores is all going to depend on the continued maturation of quarterback Vince Young. That is where Adrian Peterson holds an advantage.

3. Maurice Jones Drew – MJD has come a long way since sharing running duties with Fred Taylor. He remains the Jacksonville Jaguars only true threat on offense and plays with confidence and maturity that is surprising for someone of his age (25). MJD may not run for as many yards as AD or CJ, but he score touchdowns at an alarming rate. Don’t be surprised it MJD breaks the 20 touchdown mark this season.

4. Ray Rice – Ray Rice stole the starting running back job from Willis McGahee and never looked back. The bruiser raced for 1,339 yards and 7 touchdowns in his second year as a pro and surpassed 2,000 all-purpose yards as well. He also led all running backs with 78 catches for 702 yards, more than most receivers in the NFL. Rice enters his third season as a fantasy football stud and is one of the most valuable players an owner can possess in 2010.

5. Cedric Benson – Cedric Benson has moved up this list for two reasons. First, Benson is the only true threat in the Bengals running game. While many teams have adopted the dual running back option in their offense, the Bengals will rely on Benson to pound out the yards. Second, the preseason has proven Terrell Owens is far from finished. If defenses have to defend against Owens, Chad Ochocinco and rookie Jermaine Gresham, Benson will find plenty of holes.

6. Michael Turner

7. Steven Jackson

8. Ryan Grant

9. Frank Gore

10. C.J. Spiller

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2010 Fantasy Baseball: Relief Pitcher (RP) Comebacks

2010 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide: Relief Pitcher (RP) Comebacks. Relief Pitcher (RP) Comeback selections are based on a standard scoring system in mixed AL/NL fantasy baseball leagues for the 2010 season. Scoring system stats include: wins, losses, saves, strikeouts, era, and whip – (W, L, SV, K, ERA, WHIP). IP = innings pitched during the 2009 season.

Relief Pitcher (RP) Comeback selections are based on players who have the potential to post a significant increase in pitching statistics during the 2010 season, as compared to their 2009 or previous season stats. Each players age for the 2010 season is provided after their name.

Top 5 – Relief Pitcher (RP) Comebacks 2010

#1 – Billy Wagner – Atlanta Braves (38)
Entering the 2010 season at age 38, the toughest obstacle for Wagner will likely be figuring out a way to stay fresh and not have his arm get fatigued over the course of a full season. However after an excellent showcase at the end of the 2009 season as a member of the Red Sox bullpen to finish the year, there is little doubt that Wagner still has the ability to pitch effectively as a relief pitcher in the majors. With the closers job his to lose in Atlanta, Wagner could very easily have an excellent first half of the 2010 season, but beware of a second half drop-off if he does in fact start to fatigue. Overall, a solid comeback year is definitely possible for Wagner during the 2010 season.
2009 Stats: 13 IP, 1 W, 1 L, 0 SV, 22 K, 1.98 ERA, 1.10 WHIP
2010 Stat Projections: 60 IP, 3 W, 2 L, 30 SV, 70 K, 2.60 ERA, 1.10 WHIP

#2 – Brandon Lyon – Houston Astros (30)
After a successful year as the 8th inning setup man for the Detroit Tigers during the 2009 season, Lyon was able to net himself a nice contract and an opportunity to take over the closers job in Houston for the 2010 season. With little fanfare surrounding Lyon as a fantasy baseball closer option, he could easily net whichever fantasy team decides to take a flyer on him, with an excellent return when the 2010 season is in the books. 25 plus saves and an ERA around 3.20 is definitely possible for Lyon in 2010.
2009 Stats: 78 IP, 6 W, 5 L, 3 SV, 57 K, 2.86 ERA, 1.11 WHIP
2010 Stat Projections: 70 IP, 2 W, 2 L, 28 SV, 55 K, 3.20 ERA, 1.20 WHIP

#3 – Kevin Gregg – Toronto Blue Jays (31)
While fantasy baseball managers enter the 2010 season remembering Gregg as the failed closer for the Cubs, very few if any remember that Gregg actually posted 16 saves, 41 strikeouts, and a 3.32 ERA over the first half of the season which included 40 innings pitched to begin the 2009 season. So with Gregg’s dreadful second half of the 2009 season likely the only thing on the minds of fantasy baseball managers entering the 2010 season, Gregg could very easily have a bounce back season in 2010 with his new job as the Blue Jays closer. Numbers in the range of 25-30 saves and a decent but not great ERA around 3.75 is very likely. As a relief pitcher who is often ranked around #50 on draft boards among all fantasy baseball RP options, Gregg is an excellent late round gamble that could pay solid dividends for fantasy baseball teams in 2010.
2009 Stats: 68 IP, 5 W, 6 L, 23 SV, 71 K, 4.72 ERA, 1.31 WHIP
2010 Stat Projections: 70 IP, 3 W, 5 L, 28 SV, 70 K, 3.70 ERA, 1.25 WHIP

#4 – Matt Capps – Washington Nationals (26)

#5 – JJ Putz – Chicago White Sox (33)

For additional Fantasy Baseball Rankings and Info check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports

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2010 Fantasy Football Keeper Rankings: Top 100

2010 Fantasy Football Top 100 Overall Keeper Rankings are based on a three year outlook over the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons in a standard mixed NFC/AFC fantasy football league. Player positions include QB, RB, WR, TE. For additional 2010 Fantasy Football Rankings and Draft Tools check out my blog at: http://ift.tt/1SU8ZB5

Top 100 Keeper Rankings are based on a standard fantasy football scoring system, with scoring categories including:
Passing Yards: 1 point / 25 passing yards
Passing Touchdown: 4 points
Interception: -1 points
Rushing Yards: 1 point / 10 rushing yards
Receiving Yards: 1 point / 10 receiving yards
Rushing/Receiving Touchdown: 6 points
Fumble Lost: -2 points

1. Adrian Peterson – Min
2. Chris Johnson – Ten
3. Maurice Jones-Drew – Jac
4. Ray Rice – Bal
5. Frank Gore – SF
6. Rashard Mendenhall – Pit
7. Shonn Greene – NYJ
8. Steven Jackson – StL
9. Michael Turner – Atl
10. Ryan Matthews – SD

11. Aaron Rodgers – GB
12. Andre Johnson – Hou
13. Larry Fitzgerald – Ari
14. Calvin Johnson – Det
15. Drew Brees – NO
16. DeAngelo Williams – Car
17. Knowshon Moreno – Den
18. LeSean McCoy – Phi
19. Jamaal Charles – KC
20. Beanie Wells – Ari

21. Roddy White – Atl
22. Greg Jennings – GB
23. DeSean Jackson – Phi
24. Sidney Rice – Min
25. Peyton Manning – Ind
26. Vincent Jackson – SD
27. Miles Austin – Dal
28. Jonathan Stewart – Car
29. Pierre Thomas – NO
30. Ronnie Brown – Mia

31. Joseph Addai – Ind
32. Reggie Wayne – Ind
33. Randy Moss – NE
34. Marques Colston – NO
35. Brandon Marshall – Mia
36. Anquan Boldin – Bal
37. Hakeem Nicks – NYG
38. Wes Welker – NE
39. Matt Schaub – Hou
40. Michael Crabtree – SF

41. CJ Spiller – Buf
42. Tony Romo – Dal
43. Darren McFadden – Oak
44. Matt Forte – Chi
45. Philip Rivers – SD
46. Tom Brady – NE
47. Antonio Gates – SD
48. Jermichael Finley – GB
49. Ryan Grant – GB
50. Cedric Benson – Cin

51. Ahmad Bradshaw – NYG
52. Jahvid Best – Det
53. Vernon Davis – SF
54. Felix Jones – Dal
55. Jason Witten – Dal
56. Dallas Clark – Ind
57. Matt Ryan – Atl
58. Mike Sims-Walker – Jac
59. Dwayne Bowe – KC
60. Chad Ochocinco – Cin

61. Mike Wallace – Pit
62. Percy Harvin – Min
63. Marshawn Lynch – Buf
64. Montario Hardesty – Cle
65. Ben Tate – Hou
66. Kenny Britt – Ten
67. Jeremy Maclin – Phi
68. Joe Flacco – Bal
69. Brent Celek – Phi
70. Dez Bryant – Dal

71. Owen Daniels – Hou
72. Jay Cutler – Chi
73. Kevin Kolb – Phi
74. Eli Manning – NYG
75. Carson Palmer – Cin
76. Marion Barber – Dal
77. Brandon Jacobs – NYG
78. Steve Smith – NYG
79. Santonio Holmes – NYJ
80. Lee Evans – Buf

81. Steve Smith – Car
82. Kellen Winslow – TB
83. Reggie Bush – NO
84. Pierre Garcon – Ind
85. Braylon Edwards – NYJ
86. Chris Cooley – Was
87. Tony Gonzalez – Atl
88. Mark Sanchez – NYJ
89. Kevin Smith – Det
90. Robert Meachem – NO

91. Steve Slaton – Hou
92. Donald Brown – Ind
93. Dustin Keller – NYJ
94. Michael Bush – Oak
95. Clinton Portis – Was
96. Leon Washington – Sea
97. Thomas Jones – KC
98. Matthew Stafford – Det
99. Donald Driver – GB
100. TJ Houshmandzadeh – Sea

The Next Best:

Ben Roethlisberger – Pit
Donovan McNabb – Was
Hines Ward – Pit
Roy Williams – Dal
Anthony Gonzalez – Ind
Matt Leinart – Ari
Chad Henne – Mia
Golden Tate – Sea
Arrelious Benn – TB
Greg Olsen – Chi
John Carlson – Sea
Mario Manningham – NYG
Johnny Knox – Chi
Fred Jackson – Buf
Austin Collie – Ind
Demaryius Thomas – Den

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2010 Fantasy Football: Defensive Back (DB) Rankings

2010 Fantasy Football Defensive Back DB Rankings are based on a standard mixed NFC/AFC single season redraft fantasy football league for the 2010 season. DB position eligibility includes defensive players who are CB or S position eligible. Individual player profiles, scouting reports, and stat projections will be available as the 2010 season approaches. For additional 2010 Fantasy Football Rankings and Draft Tools check out my blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports.

Defensive Back (DB) Rankings are based on a standard fantasy football scoring system, with scoring categories including:
Solo Tackle: 1 point
Assisted Tackle: .5 point
Interception: 3 points
Sack: 2 points
Pass Defended: 1 point
Forced Fumble: 2 points
Fumble Recovery: 2 points
Blocked Kick: 2 points
Safety: 2 points
Touchdown: 6 points

RANKINGS UPDATED: August 25, 2010

1. Tyvon Branch – Oak – S
2. Yeremiah Bell – Mia – S
3. Eric Weddle – SD – S
4. Charles Woodson – GB – CB
5. Danieal Manning – Chi – S
6. Bernard Pollard – Hou – S
7. Brian Dawkins – Den – S
8. Jairus Byrd – Buf – S
9. Eric Berry – KC – S
10. Louis Delmas – Det – S

11. Oshiomogho Atogwe – StL – S
12. Dashon Goldson – SF – S
13. Tanard Jackson – TB – S
14. Antoine Bethea – Ind – S
15. Roman Harper – NO – S
16. Nick Collins – GB – S
17. Erik Coleman – Atl – S
18. LaRon Landry – Was – S
19. Brandon Meriweather – NE – S
20. Adrian Wilson – Ari – S

21. Leon Hall – Cin – CB
22. Richard Marshall – Car – CB
23. Troy Polamalu – Pit – S
24. Earl Thomas – Sea – S
25. Antrel Rolle – NYG – S
26. Champ Bailey – Den – CB
27. Darrelle Revis – NYJ – CB
28. Terrell Thomas – NYG – CB
29. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie – Ari – CB
30. Dawan Landry – Bal – S

31. Quintin Mikell – Phi – S
32. Michael Griffin – Ten – S
33. Johnathan Joseph – Cin – CB
34. Thomas DeCoud – Atl – S
35. Josh Wilson – Sea – CB
36. Cortland Finnegan – Ten – CB
37. Chris Gamble – Car – CB
38. Antonio Cromartie – NYJ – CB
39. Jordan Babineaux – Sea – S
40. Morgan Burnett – GB – S

41. Marcus Trufant – Sea – CB
42. Kenny Phillips – NYG – S
43. Michael Huff – Oak – S
44. Donte Whitner – Buf – S
45. Patrick Chung – NE – S
46. Jim Leonard – NYJ – S
47. Malcolm Jenkins – NO – CB
48. Gibril Wilson – Cin – S
49. Antoine Winfield – Min – CB
50. Antoine Cason – SD – CB

51. George Wilson – Buf – S
52. Nnamdi Asomugha – Oak – CB
53. Bob Sanders – Ind – S
54. Nate Clements – SF – CB
55. Leodis McKelvin – Buf – CB
56. Vontae Davis – Mia – CB
57. Dunta Robinson – Atl – CB
58. Mike Jenkins – Dal – CB
59. Reed Doughty – Was – S
60. Chris Hope – Ten – S

61. Jacob Lacey – Ind – CB
62. Melvin Bullitt – Ind – S
63. Kerry Rhodes – Ari – S
64 Darren Sharper – NO – S
65. Ed Reed – Bal – S **bust
66. Sabby Piscitelli – TB – S
67. Chinedum Ndukwe – Cin – S
68. Roy Williams – Cin – S
69. Brandon Flowers – KC – CB
70. Asante Samuel – Phi – CB

71. Michael Lewis – SF – S
72. Ronde Barber – TB – CB
73. Reggie Nelson – Jac – S
74. DeAngelo Hall – Was – CB
75. Quentin Jammer – SD – CB
76. Madieu Williams – Min – S
77. Kyle Wilson – NYJ – CB
78. Aqib Talib – TB – CB
79. Deon Grant – NYG – S
80. Abram Elam – Cle – S

81. Kareem Jackson – Hou – CB
82. Devin McCourty – NE – S
83. Terence Newman – Dal – CB
84. Brent Grimes – Atl – CB
85. Ryan Clark – Pit – S
86. Abram Elam – Cle – S
87. Al Harris – GB – CB
88. Jerraud Powers – Ind – CB
89. William Gay – Pit – CB
90. Taylor Mays – SF – S

91. Joe Haden – Cle – CB
92. Chris Cook – Min – S
93. Nate Allen – Phi – CB

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2010 Fantasy Football Keeper Rankings: Wide Receiver (RB)

2010 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver WR Keeper Rankings are based on a three year outlook over the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons in a standard mixed NFC/AFC fantasy football league. Individual player profiles, scouting reports, and stat projections will be available as the 2010 season approaches. For additional 2010 Fantasy Football Rankings and Draft Tools check out my blog at: http://ift.tt/1SU8ZB5

Wide Receiver (WR) Keeper Rankings are based on a standard fantasy football scoring system, with scoring categories including:
Receiving Yards: 1 point / 10 receiving yards
Rushing Yards: 1 point / 10 rushing yards
Receiving/Rushing Touchdown: 6 points
Fumble Lost: -2 points
Passing Yards: 1 point / 25 passing yards
Passing Touchdown: 4 points
Interception: -1 points

1. Andre Johnson – Hou
2. Larry Fitzgerald – Ari
3. Calvin Johnson – Det
4. Roddy White – Atl
5. Greg Jennings – GB
6. DeSean Jackson – Phi
7. Sidney Rice – Min
8. Vincent Jackson – SD
9. Miles Austin – Dal
10. Reggie Wayne – Ind

11. Randy Moss – NE
12. Marques Colston – NO
13. Brandon Marshall – Mia
14. Anquan Boldin – Bal
15. Hakeem Nicks – NYG
16. Wes Welker – NE
17. Michael Crabtree – SF
18. Mike Sims-Walker – Jac
19. Dwayne Bowe – KC
20. Chad Ochocinco – Cin

21. Mike Wallace – Pit
22. Percy Harvin – Min
23. Kenny Britt – Ten
24. Jeremy Maclin – Phi
25. Dez Bryant – Dal
26. Steve Smith – NYG
27. Santonio Holmes – NYJ
28. Lee Evans – Buf
29. Steve Smith – Car
30. Pierre Garcon – Ind

31. Braylon Edwards – NYJ
32. Robert Meachem – NO
33. Donald Driver – GB
34. TJ Houshmandzadeh – Sea
35. Hines Ward – Pit
36. Roy Williams – Dal
37. Anthony Gonzalez – Ind
38. Johnny Knox – Chi
39. Mario Manningham – NYG
40. Arrelious Benn – TB

41. Golden Tate – Sea
42. Jerricho Cotchery – NYJ
43. Eddie Royal – Den
44. Steve Breaston – Ari
45. Donnie Avery – StL
46. Santana Moss – Was
47. Nate Burleson – Det
48. Austin Collie – Ind
49. Devin Thomas – Was
50. Antonio Bryant – Cin

51. Demaryius Thomas – Den
52. Jordy Nelson – GB
53. Mohamed Massaquoi – Cle
54. Bernard Berrian – Min
55. Lance Moore – NO
56. Julian Edelman – NE
57. Derrick Mason – Bal
58. Kevin Walter – Hou
59. Chris Chambers – KC
60. Jacoby Jones – Hou

61. Devin Hester – Chi
62. Malcom Floyd – SD
63. Earl Bennett – Chi
64. Devin Aromashodu – Chi
65. Devery Henderson – NO
66. Early Doucet – Ari
67. Jabar Gaffney – Hou
68. Ted Ginn Jr – SF
69. Josh Morgan – SF
70. Darrius Heyward-Bey – Oak

71. Brandon LaFell – Car
72. James Hardy – Buf
73. Louis Murphy – Oak
74. Juaquin Iglesias – Chi
75. Brandon Tate – NE
76. Dwayne Jarrett – Car
77. Torry Holt – NE
78. Davone Bess – Mia
79. James Jones – GB
80. Joshua Cribbs – Cle

81. Terrell Owens – FA
82. Justin Gage – Ten
83. Michael Jenkins – Atl
84. Chaz Schilens – Oak
85. Deion Branch – Sea
86. Laurent Robinson – StL
87. Matt Jones – Cin
88. Patrick Crayton – Dal
89. Bryant Johnson – Det
90. Nate Washington – Ten

91. Brandon Stokley – Den

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