2012 Fantasy Football Rankings: Jeff Brubach August 28, 2012  |  Jeff

Alright, folks. Below are my own personal rankings for the 2012 fantasy football season.

Now, get a work related website up in another tab, and then go ahead and study these bad boys. If your boss walks up, switch to the other tab! Easy as that. Curious about these rankings? Then hit up my 2012 Fake Football Projections for more in-depth numbers.


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4 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    @Robert: Ya, I’d move all three up. I’m pretty high on Harvin and Brown as is, but it would make them top 12-13 options at WR. I would move Sproles up to a top 15 RB in a standard league.

  2. Robert says:

    Hey Jeff…in a standard league + return yards (1pt/20yds, 6pt/TD), would you move Darren Sproles, Antonio Brown (assuming he’ll still be the main PR), and Percy Harvin up in your rankings? If so, how much?

  3. Jeff says:

    @Cole: I completely agree. I think people are concerned with his foot situation, but I am not gonna drop him for that until I hear definitive news that he will miss games. The guy is a stud…you gotta love getting him in the 4th!

  4. Cole says:

    Nicks sure isn’t getting much hype this year at all considering his upside. I got him in the 4th round of a 12 tm ppr last night

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