DeMarcus Ware Broncos
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Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football team defense rankings for the Divisional Round.
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1. Denver Broncos
2. Arizona Cardinals
3. Carolina Panthers
4. Seattle Seahawks
5. New England Patriots
6. Kansas City Chiefs
7. Pittsburgh Steelers
8. Green Bay Packers
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Stephen Gostkowski
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Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football kicker rankings for the Divisional Round.
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1. Stephen Gostkowski, New England Patriots
2. Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona Cardinals
3. Steven Hauschka, Seattle Seahawks
4. Cairo Santos, Kansas City Chiefs
5. Graham Gano, Carolina Panthers
6. Brandon McManus, Denver Broncos
7. Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh Steelers
8. Mason Crosby, Green Bay Packers
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Gronk
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Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football tight end rankings for the Divisional Round.
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1. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots
2. Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers
3. Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
4. Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers
5. Richard Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
6. Owen Daniels, Denver Broncos
7. Vernon Davis, Denver Broncos
8. Jermaine Gresham, Arizona Cardinals
9. Cooper Helfet, Seattle Seahawks
10. Scott Chandler, New England Patriots
11. Chase Coffman, Seattle Seahawks
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Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football wide receiver rankings for the Divisional Round.
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1. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos
2. Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks
3. Julian Edelman, New England Patriots
4. Martavis Bryant, Pittsburgh Steelers
5. Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals
6. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals
7. Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers
8. Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos
9. Ted Ginn, Jr. Carolina, Panthers
10. John Brown, Arizona Cardinals
11. James Jones, Green Bay Packers
12. Markus Wheaton, Pittsburgh Steelers
13. Brandon LaFell, New England Patriots
14. Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks
15. Albert Wilson, Kanasas City Chiefs
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David Johnson
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Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football running back rankings for the Divisional Round.
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1. David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals
2. Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers
3. Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks
4. James White, New England Patriots
5. Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers
6. Ronnie Hillman, Denver Broncos
7. C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos
8. Spencer Ware, Kansas City Chiefs
9. Fitzgerald Toussaint, Pittsburgh Steelers
10.. James Starks, Green Bay Packers
11. Steven Jackson, New England Patriots
12. Christine Michael, Seattle Seahawks
13. Charcandrick West, Kansas City Chiefs
14. Brandon Bolden, New England Patriots
15. Cameron Artis-Payne, Carolina Panthers
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Carson Palmer Cardinals
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Here are the Lester’s Legends fantasy football quarterback rankings for the Divisional Round.
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1. Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals
2. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
3. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
4. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
5. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
6. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
7. Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs
8. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
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Let’s take a look a the defense rankings for the divisional round.
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1.  Chicago Bears
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2.  New England Patriots
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3.  Green Bay Packers
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4.  Pittsburgh Steelers
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5.  Baltimore Ravens
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6.  New York Jets
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7.  Atlanta Falcons
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8.  Seattle Seahawks
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Let’s take a look at the kicker rankings for the divisional round.
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1.  Billy Cundiff, Baltimore Ravens
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2.  Matt Bryant, Atlanta Falcons
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3.  Shayne Graham, New England Patriots
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4.  Shaun Suisham, Pittsburgh Steelers
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5.  Mason Crosby, Green Bay Packers
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6.  Robbie Gould, Chicago Bears
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7.  Nick Folk, New York Jets
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8.  Olindo Mare, Seattle Seahawks
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From John Carlson’s two touchdown performance to Todd Heap’s ten catch day, the unlikely TEs did the damage. Let’s take a look a the tight end rankings for the divisional round.
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1.  Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots:  Came on strong down the stretch averaging 56 yards and a score in the last four games.
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2.  Todd Heap, Baltimore Ravens:  Coming off an monster game (ten catches, 108 yards). Should see a lot of check downs against the Steelers.
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3.  Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots:  Ripped the Jets for 152 yards and a score on nine catches.
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4.  Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta Falcons:  Disappointed most of the year, but caught six passes for 51 yards and a score in Week 12 against the Packers.
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5.  Dustin Keller, New York Jets:  Mixed results against the Pats this year. Led Jets with nine targets against the Colts. Should be active once again.
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6.  Greg Olsen, Chicago Bears:  Mr. Inconsistent. Didn’t catch a pass in the first meeting with the Seahawks.
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7.  Heath Miller, Pittsburgh Steelers:  Only had three catches for 43 yards in the two meetings with Baltimore.
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8.  John Carlson, Seattle Seahawks:  Scored two touchdowns last week, but still managed just 17 yards. He’s not a strong bet to have another big game based on his season totals.
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9.  Andrew Quarless, Green Bay Packers:  Rodgers does spread the ball around so he has a chance to produce. That also makes it harder to rely on him.
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Last week Dwayne Bowe, Reggie Wayne, and Greg Jennings combined for 9 yards making the wide receiver position one of the toughest to predict in the playoffs. I think normalcy will be restored this weekend, but that could just be wishful thinking.
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1.  Greg Jennings, Green Bay Packers:  After getting held to eight yards last week, I think Jennings will bounce back in a big way against Atlanta. Jennings was one of the top receivers in the second half and the Pack will look to get him back on track. He had 119 yards in the first meeting.
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2.  Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh Steelers:  Wallace closed the season out with three straight 100 yard games. Big Ben will rely on his speedy receiver to move the chains.
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3.  Santonio Holmes, New York Jets:  The Pats struggled to cover him in the the first meeting. Even though they’ll look to slow the tempo with the running game, the Jets will need to throw the ball if they want to pull off the upset. Holmes will get plenty of opportunities.
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4.  Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons:  Roddy caught 115 passes on the year, and will again be a big focus. He was held to 49 yards in the first meeting, but I’m expecting a stronger performance this time.
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5.  Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens:  Boldin delivered in his first playoff game with Baltimore by catching a touchdown in the back of the end zone. He played well in both meetings with Pittsburgh, and should be a strong factor once again. continue reading »


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