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Matthew Berry's Early 2013 FF Rankings - Top 200

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http://espn.go.com/fantasy/football/story/_/id/9251017/matthew-berry-fantasy-football-ranks-2013

 

Cam Newton 31st overall (5th QB) - Not bad given who is in front of him

Steve Smith 59th overall (24th WR) - Questionable receivers ahead of him

Jonathan Stewart - 104 Overall (38 RB) - I don't know how there can be 37 better running backs

Greg Olsen - 110 Overall (10 TE) - Decent ranking.

Deangelo Williams - 164 Overall (65 RB) - Might be due to his impending roster situation. 

Brandon Lafell - 174 Overall (65 WR) - Could be a tad higher but can't argue the placement.

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The Panther's backfield is just too crowded to rely on any RBs.  On any given week, the rushing leader could be Deangelo, Stewart or Cam.  Plus you have Tolbert getting goal line touches, and maybe even some touches for Barner. 

 

 

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He's taking Alfred Morris over Calvin Johnson.... cmon now. Morris is good, great but I really feel like a lot of his success was because of RG3. He isn't going to be as mobile anymore, which means more in the box.

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He's taking Alfred Morris over Calvin Johnson.... cmon now. Morris is good, great but I really feel like a lot of his success was because of RG3. He isn't going to be as mobile anymore, which means more in the box.

Funny. I thought the opposite

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Funny. I thought the opposite

It can go either way but to me, the number 1 in the Redskins offense is Morris. I'd key in on limiting him.

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