Who is your fantasy break out players for 2012?

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mrdancy7 PM mrdancy7
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Posted: 6/9/2012 9:54:38 PM
Mine are Eric decker(Den),Reggie Bush(mia)Trent Richardson(clev)Pierre Garcon(Wash)Matt Flynn(Sea).....Just to name a few.
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Posted: 6/10/2012 12:12:38 AM
Im giving it to Ryan Mathews (Chargers RB). I think he is going to have a very, very productive year if he can remain healthy. Depending where I am on the draft I will be looking at him hard. You could probably get him 2nd round early to middle, depending on the size of your league.

Larry Fitzgerald is my prediction for WR. With the new aquisiton of Floyd, and Beanie Wells getting things rolling it think Fitz could have a huge season with the defense catering to the other threats on the field, and not ONLY focusing on him.

To be honest,, I'm not a huge fan of any of your picks for a break out. Yes, they all show potential but I wouldn't draft any of those players before the 9th round at the earliest (Besides Richardson who should be solid). Decker/Garcon are unknowns, they should be number 1 wr's on each team they are on, however if Manning/RG3 have a better chemistry with other wr's production may not be as high as you think.

Here are some of my guys on my watch list:

RB: Mathews (SD Chargers), Richardson, Beanie Wells, Benjarvus Green-Elis and maybe Addai as a flex in the pats pass happy offense.

WR: Heyward-Bay (OAK), Fitzgerald, Marshall (CHI), and a possible sleeper is Reggie Wayne if Luck gets comfortable with him...

QB: Brady Brady Brady and Brady!! His offensive tools are offensive and should be illegal... Im predicting best passing offense this year, he's a solid pick, always is and he is worth picking up.
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Posted: 6/10/2012 12:14:16 AM
Oh, forgot to mention look out for Matt Schaubb on Houston... he has the ability to stand out and do some damage as well.
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Posted: 6/11/2012 1:26:55 AM

i agree with u on reggie bush, he came on strong toward the end of the season... my list is...

qb: josh freeman, carson palmer

rb: demaraco murray, reggie bush, shonn greene, doug martin

wr: dez bryant, demaryius thomas, julio jones

te: fred davis, aaron hernadez, coby fleener

 

i think dez bryant will be the #1 by seasons end, same with aaron hernandez i think he will be more productive than gronk

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Posted: 6/11/2012 7:11:28 AM

      I thought Fitzgerald had broken out years ago.

   Dez and Julio Jones are two guys exciting to watch, also Headache Harvin.

    I wouldn't go too high on Richardson. You give a rookie the ball 300+ times and see how long he lasts.

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Posted: 6/11/2012 6:24:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by mischkin04:

      I thought Fitzgerald had broken out years ago.

   Dez and Julio Jones are two guys exciting to watch, also Headache Harvin.

    I wouldn't go too high on Richardson. You give a rookie the ball 300+ times and see how long he lasts.



Really I thought this was his first year

LOL, I ment in terms of putting up 08 stats, so similar receiving yards just a lot more redzone targets.. maybe i should have been a bit more descriptive

If were talking just your average player/rooke turning insane/decent numbers check out/keep an eye out for Roy Helu on Washington. Last season shannahan was just god awful with running backs, giving one guy all the touches one game, only to switch it up the next. Helu had just 151 carries last year, and lead the team in rushing with 640 yards (4.24 yards per carry). He also had a lot of red zone touches as well. Depending on his off season performance he could be deadly with RG3...
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Posted: 6/11/2012 6:29:08 PM
Be careful with Reggie Bush.

He will be getting roughly 70% of the carries, while Daniel Thomas gets about 20% and Lamar Miller will get the other 10.

The run game will be huge for the Fins to have a decent year, so hoping Bush has a monster year.
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Posted: 6/11/2012 6:53:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by earthWake:

Be careful with Reggie Bush.

He will be getting roughly 70% of the carries, while Daniel Thomas gets about 20% and Lamar Miller will get the other 10.

The run game will be huge for the Fins to have a decent year, so hoping Bush has a monster year.


Agreed with being careful with Bush. Fins have next to no pass /down field threat, leaving defenses the ability, for at least the first few weeks, to stack the middle and decrease production. I'm not sold, and will gladly watch him get picked up anywhere between 5th round to the 8th. Any round after that I would grab him, even though he would be gone by then.
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Posted: 6/11/2012 7:00:57 PM
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Originally Posted by SlumdogPicks:



Agreed with being careful with Bush. Fins have next to no pass /down field threat, leaving defenses the ability, for at least the first few weeks, to stack the middle and decrease production. I'm not sold, and will gladly watch him get picked up anywhere between 5th round to the 8th. Any round after that I would grab him, even though he would be gone by then.

             You beat me to it.

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Posted: 6/11/2012 7:45:40 PM

Demarco Murray, Jake Locker,  Demaryious Thomas, Trent Rich , Isaac Redman, Ben Tate, Kenny Britt

 

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Posted: 6/11/2012 7:46:43 PM
I sure hope no one I play with sees this list of mine!
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Posted: 6/11/2012 8:08:08 PM
mrquija27, redmen and thomas are REAL good picks. Tate should have similar numbers as last year as long as foster is healthy, which is decent for a back up, but really risky if you need a dependable pick. I love him for a instant star if foster does go down (with houston's record of injured starters in the past, it seems likely ).
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Posted: 6/11/2012 8:20:26 PM
I agree, it just seems like Houston goes through RB's quickly.   I get to keep Foster for the last time this year and I will have Tate on my team not minding a Foster injury.
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Posted: 6/12/2012 11:30:01 PM
I doubt Richardson will make it out of round 1. Highl doubt it. Browns have basicly said this monster is getting the rock 30 times a game. Id take him if I am drafting 11 or 12 and he's there. And that is usually where i drafting. lol
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Posted: 6/13/2012 10:43:14 AM
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Originally Posted by JackSmack:

I doubt Richardson will make it out of round 1. Highl doubt it. Browns have basicly said this monster is getting the rock 30 times a game. Id take him if I am drafting 11 or 12 and he's there. And that is usually where i drafting. lol

  I'd say it's foolish to use a first round or very early second round pick on a rookie. Granted, you won't get another shot at him with your third pick, but that's too early. How many scoring oppurtunitys will he get on that team and how long can he take the beating?

       GL

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Posted: 6/13/2012 10:40:58 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by mischkin04:

  I'd say it's foolish to use a first round or very early second round pick on a rookie. Granted, you won't get another shot at him with your third pick, but that's too early. How many scoring oppurtunitys will he get on that team and how long can he take the beating?

       GL

Thats true man, he might beavailable a little later. It will be all hype on where he goes. Im a big browns fan and yeah your right how many chances will he get? Very good statement. They are also playing such a rough schedule this year......so although they probably wont score,  they say the browns Brandon Jackson is looking very fast in the offseason here. He might not be a bad late round pick if you decide to chance it with richardson.

 

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Posted: 6/15/2012 2:26:59 AM
 harvin will drop to mid - late rounds he will be a steal 
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Posted: 6/20/2012 12:25:17 AM
Kenny Britt was destroying it before he got injured
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Posted: 6/20/2012 8:45:14 AM
britt sure was. nice namedrop. Wonder if locker's got a chance to start, people really like him alot, but I am not sold. Id love to see him succeed
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Posted: 6/20/2012 12:58:30 PM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by JackSmack:

britt sure was. nice namedrop. Wonder if locker's got a chance to start, people really like him alot, but I am not sold. Id love to see him succeed

 Nate Washington was very effective as Hasselback's top receiver in wake of the missing Britt. With these two healthy at wideouts along with TE Cook, a new all pro left guard and a resurging CJ, the Titans should have a potent offense. Personally, I think Hasselback should get the nod over Locker to start the season.

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Posted: 6/20/2012 2:22:40 PM
i like britt in the 4/5th round if you watched the games at the beginning of the season it seemed as if Hasselback only looked britts way in the red zone it sure was nice to see.

If Locker wins the job i say stay away from britt at least until the 6th round I really like him as atop 5 Wr only with hasselback
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Posted: 6/20/2012 2:26:19 PM
Big tight End sleeper you will be able to get really late in the draft is Kyle Rudolph. He is going to be Ponders Primary target this year i saw them start to click at the end of the year here and there and with Harvin not happy in minny more looks for Rudolph 
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Posted: 6/21/2012 11:55:39 PM
D. Thomas and Julio Jones are set to be monsters

Randy Moss, running with the first team.

Jared Cook



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harvin isnt going anywhere, rudolph has the talent, they brought in carlson as well which may take away some touches

britt has another minor procedure done on his knee he injured recently, will probably hold off on him being a top 3 wr on my team

i just dont think ryan mathews has "it", whether its attitude or his rash of injuries, i just dont think he holds up to the level he will be drafted.
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Posted: 6/22/2012 3:24:37 AM
i kind of like sydney rice as well with matt flynn... he was a good #1 in minnesota, and with a qb who can consistantly get him the ball i think he can return to form... especially if lynch is running good
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