Laquon Treadwell Draft
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1. Laquon Treadwell, Minnesota Vikings
Treadwell gives the Vikings a big, physical receiver. He’ll pair nicely with Stefon Diggs to give Teddy Bridgewater quality young options. Look for Teddy to progress in Year 3 and Treadwell will benefit.
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2. Will Fuller, Houston Texans
Fuller should get all of the benefits of a receiver working opposite of DeAndre Hopkins. As long as Brock Osweiler
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3.Corey Coleman, Cleveland Browns
Coleman has a chance to shine right away, in part because of lack of competition for targets from quality options. That said, Coleman does have the athletic ability to turn heads. It isn’t just a volume proposition.
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4. Josh Doctson, Washington Redskins
Doctson gives the Redskins a bigger target to complement DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon. Unfortunately he’ll have to compete for them, along with Jordan Reed for looks.
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5. Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints
Thomas is a big target that should work nicely with Brandin Cooks. Catching passes from Drew Brees helps his re-draft value.
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Bonus Picks
6. Sterling Shepard, New York Giants
7. Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals
8. Leonte Carroo, Miami Dolphins
9. Pharoh Cooper, Los Angeles Rams
10. Malcolm Mitchell, New England Patriots
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Ezekiel Elliott Draft
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1. Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys
Elliott lands in a wonderful spot. In 2014 DeMarco Murray led the way as the Cowboys ran for 2,354 yards on 4.6 yards per carry. He split and struggled in Philly, but the Cowboys still managed to get 1,890 yards on 4.6 ypc from the likes of Darren McFadden and others. Elliott should have no problem turning in a RB2 (or better) worthy rookie campaign.
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2. Kenyan Drake, Miami Dolphins
Drake will begin as a change-of-pace back for the Dolphins, but could end up surpassing Jay Ajayi on the depth chart.
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3. C.J. Prosise, Seattle Seahawks
Prosise will likely make his impact as a third-down back in 2016. That said, Thomas Rawls and Christine Michael aren’t exactly the caliber of Marshawn Lynch. Prosise could earn additional touches in a potent offense.
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4. Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans
Henry would be number two with a bullet if the Titans hadn’t brought in Murray. He could still end up as the number two rookie back as Tennessee is looking to play smashmouth football.
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5. Kenneth Dixon, Baltimore Ravens
Dixon landed in a good spot with Justin Forsett (30) as his primary competition. It wouldn’t be a reach for Dixon to turn in the second best rookie RB performance and venture into RB3 territory.
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Carson Wentz Draft
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1. Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams
Goff will get every opportunity to win the starting job for the Rams. New city, low expectations. Good opportunity to get Goff seasoning right away. His weapons are limited in the passing game, but he has a dynamic running back to take some pressure off of him.
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3. Paxton Lynch, Denver Bronco
Lynch has the weapons, which would put him ahead of Goff if he won the starting gig. Unfortunately Mark Sanchez stands in his way. Lynch is the future in Denver. It’s a matter of when that future begins.
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3. Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles
I would give Wentz the edge over Jared Goff because of the weapons (Jordan Matthews, Zach Ertz, Darren Sproles) at his disposal, but he’ll have to beat out Sam Bradford to make an impact in Year One. That said, Bradford has a checkered durability past.
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4. Christian Hackenberg, New York Jets
Hackenberg will have to get a shot after starting behind Geno Smith and Bryce Petty. Neither are strong options, but Hackenberg isn’t one himself. That said, if he gets the opportunity he does have solid weapons to work with.
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5. Cody Kessler, Cleveland Browns
Kessler isn’t expected to get a shot this year, but with RGIII at the helm, he could end up seeing action. Even if he gets in, he doesn’t have much to work with.
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Luke Kuechly
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I present the Lester’s Legends Super Bowl 50 team defense rankings.
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1. Carolina Panthers
2. Denver Broncos
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Graham Gano
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I present the Lester’s Legends Super Bowl 50 kicker rankings.
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1. Graham Gano, Carolina Panthers
2. Brandon McManus, Denver Broncos
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Greg Olsen TD
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I present the Lester’s Legends Super Bowl 50 tight end rankings.
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1. Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
2. Owen Daniels, Denver Broncos
3. Virgil Green, Denver Broncos
4. Vernon Davis, Denver Broncos
5. Ed Dickson, Carolina Panthers
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Emmanuel Sanders
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I present the Lester’s Legends Super Bowl 50 wide receiver rankings.
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1. Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos
2. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos
3. Ted Ginn, Jr., Carolina Panthers
4. Philly Brown, Carolina Panthers
5. Devin Funchess, Carolina Panthers
6. Cody Latimer, Denver Broncos
7. Jerricho Cotchery, Carolina Panthers
8. Jordan Norwood, Denver Broncos
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Jonathan Stewart
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Super Bowl 50 does not feature an elite running back, but power running will be prevalent.
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1. Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers
2. C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos
3. Ronnie Hillman, Denver Broncos
4. Mike Tolbert, Carolina Panthers
5. Cameron Artis-Payne, Carolina Panthers
6. Fozzy Whitaker, Carolina Panthers
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Cam Newton dance
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Super Bowl 50 features the new guard against the old guard. Cam Newton is the ultimate dual threat quarterback. Peyton Manning has evolved into a game management quarterback. Denver is built on their defense and their ground game.
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1. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
2. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
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Luke Kuechly
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Here’s the Lester’s Legends fantasy football team defense rankings for the AFC & NFC Conference Championship Games.
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1. Carolina Panthers
2. New England Patriots
3. Arizona Cardinals
4. Denver Broncos
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