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SoB Fantasy Football Top 50 Big Board: Week 9

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Calvin Johnson continues his ascent all the way up from No. 9 to No. 2 on this week’s Big Board.  Jamaal Charles remains atop the board and Aaron Rodgers jumps to No. 10, becoming the third quarterback in the Top 10.  I think many people, including myself, believed entering this season that 12-14 quarterbacks would be good enough to make waiting until Round 4 or later to draft a QB a wise strategy.  The theory was that the talent gap by tier fell off more dramatically at other positions, specifically running back, to warrant loading up on position players early.  Brees, Manning and Rodgers have really rewarded owners, especially those who were wise with late-round picks like Knowshon Moreno.  I feel there are three QBs (Matt Stafford, Tony Romo, Cam Newton) on a second level that similarly can explode any week, but lack the level of comfortable consistency the first tier provides.  Contratily, New England fans are hoping Tom Brady turns it around since his struggles leave him perilously on the edge of the Top 50.

  1. RB  Jamaal Charles (KC)
  2. WR Calvin Johnson (DET)
  3. QB  Peyton Manning (DEN)
  4. RB  Marshawn Lynch (SEA)
  5. RB  Adrian Peterson (MIN)
  6. RB  LeSean McCoy (PHI)
  7. WR A.J. Green (CIN)
  8. QB  Drew Brees (NO)
  9. WR Dez Bryant (DAL)
  10. QB  Aaron Rodgers (GB)
  11. RB  Reggie Bush (DET)
  12. RB  Frank Gore (SF)
  13. RB  Knowshon Moreno (DEN)
  14. RB  Matt Forte (CHI)
  15. WR Demaryius Thomas (DEN)
  16. WR DeSean Jackson (PHI)
  17. WR Jordy Nelson (GB)
  18. WR Wes Welker (DEN)
  19. RB  Arian Foster (HOU)
  20. TE  Jimmy Graham (NO)
  21. WR Vincent Jackson (TB)
  22. RB  Eddie Lacy (GB)
  23. WR Brandon Marshall (CHI)
  24. RB  Ray Rice (BAL)
  25. RB  Alfred Morris (WAS)
  26. WR Victor Cruz (NYG)
  27. WR  Antonio Brown (PIT)
  28. WR Pierre Garcon (WAS)
  29. QB  Matthew Stafford (DET)
  30. TE   Tony Gonzalez (ATL)
  31. TE   Vernon Davis (SF)
  32. WR  Josh Gordon (CLE)
  33. QB  Tony Romo (DAL)
  34. RB  Stevan Ridley (NE)
  35. WR Andre Johnson (HOU)
  36. WR Torrey Smith (BAL)
  37. RB  Fred Jackson (BUF)
  38. QB  Cam Newton (CAR)
  39. RB   Le’Veon Bell (PIT)
  40. WR  Keenan Allen (SD)
  41. WR  Larry Fitzgerald (ARI)
  42. WR Eric Decker (DEN)
  43. QB  Philip Rivers (SD)
  44. TE   Julius Thomas (DEN)
  45. TE   Jordan Cameron (CLE)
  46. RB  DeMarco Murray (DAL)
  47. QB Tom Brady (NE)
  48. WR  Denarius Moore (OAK)
  49. QB  Andy Dalton (CIN)
  50. RB  Danny Woodhead (SD)

About Kevin O'Keefe - @KevinOKeefe14

I am an attorney practicing in New Hampshire.  Previously I practiced in Florida, and have a Massachusetts license I have never used.  I am contributing with fantasy football pieces now and hope to expand my contributions in the future.   I attended college at the University of New Hampshire and was captain of the tennis team.  I graduated law school in 2007.    I love to surf, hike, and travel all over especially to Central America. I started playing fantasy sports in 8th grade when my friend and I would mail in our newspaper fantasy baseball salary cap league.  I play fantasy football, hockey, baseball and NASCAR.  I am happy to expand my current audience of fantasy advice recipients beyond my friends and family.  If you have lineup or draft questions, find me on Twitter @KevinOKeefe14.

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