Stripe Hype Rookie Fantasy Draft: Dynasty Edition

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7. David Wilson, RB NYG- He’ll more than likely be the number two RB there.  I don’t think he’ll get as many carries as Brandon Jacobs did last year, but eventually he will be a featured back in New York

6. Justin Blackmon, WR Jaguars- I don’t know if I should be concerned, or congratulate him on blowing a .24.  Can’t blame him for partying though.  There is no denying his talent and potential, but with Blaine Gabbert as your QB…good luck.

5. Michael Floyd, WR Cardinals- Good situation for Floyd.  Fitzgerald will be a good influence on him, and hopefully Floyd will be the missing key to this underachieving offense form last year.

4. Doug Martin, RB Buccaneers- Good situation for Martin. He’ll have a little competition with LaGarrette Blount, but he should be the featured back in TB for a long time.

3. Trent Richardson, RB Browns- RB is the most important position in the fantasy football world.  Richardson is one of the biggest rookie RB prospect to come out in a while.  He’ll be the star of the abysmal Browns offense, but since he is going to be the main guy in the backfield there, he’ll put up good points.

2. RGIII, QB Redskins- He is the starter from day one.  He is an unbelievable talent who can beat you with his arm, but kill you with his speed. Should be to get great points for you each week.

1. Andrew Luck, QB Colts- Draft experts say he may be the best prospect to ever come out of the draft.  We all know how good he was at Stanford, and how good he’ll be in Indy.  But it will be a couple years until he puts up Peyton Manning like stats.  Needs to build a stronger supporting cast, and when he does he’s going to be the top fantasy QB in the league.


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