2009-10 NFL Playoffs Fantasy Football Rankings

Jan 5, 2010

Before you start to break down the rankings for the playoffs, you need to decide who you think will be in the Super Bowl. I’m predicting a Patriots-Vikings Super Bowl. As I pave their path to the big game, I not how many games I expect each playoff team to play in.

Here’s the breakdown. Click here for Wild Card round rankings.

New England Patriots (4)
Minnesota Vikings (3)
Philadelphia Eagles (3)
Cincinnati Bengals (2)
Green Bay Packers (2)
Indianapolis Colts (2)
Arizona Cardinals (1)
Baltimore Ravens (1)
Dallas Cowboys (1)
New Orleans Saints (1)
New York Jets (1)
San Diego Chargers (1)

Here are my top players per position based on my above playoff projections.

Quarterbacks
1.  Tom Brady
2.  Donovan McNabb
3.  Brett Favre
4.  Peyton Manning
5.  Aaron Rodgers
6.  Carson Palmer
7.  Philip Rivers
8.  Drew Brees
9.  Kurt Warner
10.  Tony Romo
11. Joe Flacco
12.  Mark Sanchez

Running Backs
1.  Adrian Peterson
2.  LeSean McCoy
3.  Sammy Morris
4. Joseph Addai
5.  Ryan Grant
6.  Cedric Benson
7.  Brian Westbrook
8.  Laurence Maroney
9.  LaDainian Tomlinson
10.  Marion Barber III
11.  Ray Rice
12.  Thomas Jones

Wide Recievers
1.  Randy Moss
2.  DeSean Jackson
3.  Sidney Rice
4.  Reggie Wayne
5.  Julian Edelman
6.  Donald Driver
7.  Greg Jennings
8.  Larry Fitzgerald
9.  Chad Ochocinco
10.  Percy Harvin
11.  Jeremy Maclin
12.  Bernard Berrian
13.  Austin Collie
14.  Vincent Jackson
15.  Miles Austin
16.  Marques Colston

Tight Ends
1.  Brent Celek
2.  Visanthe Shiancoe
3.  Dallas Clark
4.  Jermichael Finley
5.  Benjamin Watson
6.  Antonio Gates
7.  Jason Witten
8.  Todd Heap
9.  Jeremy Shockey



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8 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. CrazyKris
    January 5th, 2010 at 2:12 pm #

    New England is going to get Rolled by Ravens is my prediction… Brady is not looking good

  2. LestersLegends
    January 5th, 2010 at 2:15 pm #

    Fair enough on your prediction, but Brady had 4398 yards, 28 TDs to 13 INTS. I’d say that’s pretty good.

  3. Lou from the Lou
    January 6th, 2010 at 11:59 am #

    Yes, those are good numbers from Brady, but do you think the lose of Welker will hurt the Pats? Guess not if you think they are Super Bowl bound!

  4. LestersLegends
    January 6th, 2010 at 2:18 pm #

    They are truly a team and not subject to individuals. Heck, they had an 11-5 record w/o Brady last year.

  5. Muggins
    January 7th, 2010 at 4:19 pm #

    I think Brady can get the Pats a win this Sunday. Aiken and Edelman will take up some slack. But the Pats aren’t getting past San Diego. You’re nuts putting Rivers and Brees at 7 and 8. There’s your super bowl! Nobody in the AFC can handle Rivers and his 6′ 5″ WR weapons, and the Saints will not lose at home again. And Lesean McCoy at #2? Gross!

  6. LestersLegends
    January 7th, 2010 at 4:24 pm #

    I wouldn’t be so sure to put the Chargers in the S.B. Not until their coach can prove he can win the big game.

    I think they both get bounced in the first round. Hate how the Saints have finished the year. Chargers are red hot, but the Pats will take em out.

  7. PZ
    January 10th, 2010 at 7:32 am #

    Not off to such a great start… Jets and Dallas move on. I think Dallas has potential to go to the NFC championship game and possibly superbowl. After NO and MINN they are the Vegas favorites. With that in mind, Austin Miles and Romo have to be ranked higher.

  8. LestersLegends
    January 10th, 2010 at 8:23 am #

    Yes, yesterday was awful. I gave the Eagles too much credit and the Cowboys not enough. The Vikings are going to have their hands full.

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