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NFL Fantasy Rankings: Top 10 at QB, RB, WR and TE

Adrian Peterson will look to run all over the Browns.

Adrian Peterson should batter the Rams.




We know you love Fantasy Football.

Check that, we know you are obsessed with Fantasy Football.

It’s not merely about winning your matchup, it’s about accumulating the most points possible each week so you can walk away with the cash.

Fantasy Football is always evolving, and there are a plethora of leagues that allow you to draft a new team each week and win big prizes. If you had a bad draft, you are no longer stuck with it. You can put together a new team each week.

We are going to try to help you each week. Over the course of the season, we will give you the top 10 options at each of the skill positions so you have a chance to win your match up and fatten your wallet.

Here are the best matchups of  Week 1:



1. Drew Brees, New Orelans at Atlanta — Count on him for three TDs and 300 yards.

2. Peyton Manning, Denver vs. Indianapolis — If he can come close to last year’s opener, this will be special.

3. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis at Denver — He should light up the Denver secondary.

4. Cam Newton, Carolina at Tampa Bay

5.  Matthew Stafford, Detroit vs. N.Y. Giants

6. Nick Foles, Philadelphia vs. Jacksonville

7. Matt Ryan, Atlanta vs. New Orleans

8. Tom Brady, New England at Miami

9. Jay Cutler, Chicago vs. Buffalo

10. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco at Dallas


Running backs

1.  Adrian Peterson, Minnesota at St. Louis — The best running back in football opens with 125 yards and two TDs.

2. Matt Forte, Chicago vs. Buffalo — Versatile star runs for a TD and catches one as well.

3. DeMarco Murray, Dallas vs. San Francisco — Cowboys must depend on their offense in this game and all season.

4. Bernard Pierce, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati

5. Montee Ball, Denver vs. Indianapolis

6. Zac Stacy, St.Louis vs. Minnesota

7. Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland

8. Arian Foster, Houston vs. Washington

9. Alfred Morris, Washington at Houston

10. Doug Martin, Tampa Bay vs. Carolina


Wide receivers

1. Dez Bryant, Dallas vs. San Francisco — He has designs on becoming the best receiver in the NFL.

2. Calvin Johnson, Detroit vs. N.Y. Giants — The relentless Lions offense will wear down the Giants.

3. Julio Jones, Atlanta vs. New Orleans — Jones back with a flourish after injury-plagued 2013 season.

4. Demaryius Thomas, Denver vs. Indianapolis

5. Brandon Marshall, Chicago vs. Buffalo

6. Keenan Allen, San Diego at Arizona

7. A.J. Green, Cincinnati at Baltimore

8. Alshon Jeffery, Chicago vs. Buffalo

9. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona vs. San Diego

10. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland


Tight ends

1. Jimmy Graham, New Orleans at Atlanta — The Falcons have no clue as to how to slow Graham down.

2. Julius Thomas, Denver vs. Indianapolis — Long strider should catch at least one TD pass vs. Colts.

3. Jason Witten, Dallas vs. San Francisco — Witten won’t drop more than five passes all season.

4. Rob Gronkowski, New England at Miami

5. Jordan Reed, Washington at Houston

6. Jordan Cameron, Cleveland at Pittsburgh

7. Greg Olsen, Carolina at Tampa Bay

8. Zach Ertz, Philadelphia vs. Jacksonville

9. Dennis Pitta, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati

10. Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota at St. Louis

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