NFL Fantasy Breakdown: Preview Of Top RBs in 2010

May 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Never too early to preview the upcoming fantasy football season.
Coming off a record-breaking season—in just his second season in the league—Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson seems to be the premier back in a majority of leagues, taking the reins from former No. One fantasy player Adrian Peterson.
Obviously this is a matter of opinion, but in my eyes Johnson's 2,000-yard campaign is enough to gain him the title.
Johnson was well in the running for Rookie of the Year back in 2008 after racking up 1,228 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground.
Before the 2009 season many networks/magazines projected Johnson as a first-round fantasy pick. 
His 2,000 yards and 14 TDs may put him over top of AP, who struggled early on (only ran for 100+ yards three times during season) and finished with 1,383 rushing yards.
Peterson still has the TD numbers—led league with 18 in 2009—to keep him in the top two or three picks. 

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