NFL: Five Fantasy Football Players on The Rise

July 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

James Jones  
It's no secret that Donald Driver is missing a ton of off-season practices with his bad knees.
James Jones is seeing all the work in Driver's absence, and it appears that Driver will either retire, take a step back, or at a very minimum, not be able to make it through the entire 2010 season.
James Jones' value is contingent on Driver's situation.  If Driver is gone, then Jones' upside is tremendous, and likely to the tune of 800+ yards and five TDs without Driver. With him, expect only 400+ yards and two TDs.
Ahmad Bradshaw  
He is a flat out beast.
One could make an argument that he is the best backup RB in the game, not to mention the one with the most upside in 2010.
Last year's numbers were near 1,000 yards combined and near double-digit TDs. It's extremely likely he posts the same production in 2010, making him a very safe late-round pick in 2010.
Brandon Jacobs is always a wild card,...

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