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Connor Allen

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Sports Unbiased NFL Fantasy writer, I also have a Fantasy football blog fantasyflagger.blogspot.com.

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Its time to draft your fantasy team all over again! Last year at this time, all the so called "experts" were talking about how drafting an elite QB early was the smart thing to do. Well they were wrong, as 4 new QBs broke out and made the QB position very deep.This year, my advice to everyone, WAIT on a QB. In a standard 12-man league, the position is incredibly deep. You can often land Matt Ryan or Mathew Stafford past the 5th or 6th rounds! While you wait on a QB, stack your team with RBs, and  WRs. RB: The top 10 RBs are all set to produce consistently, but beyond that, there are a lot of question marks. How well will Steven Jackson...

These are some players who are underrated and overrated fantasy players coming into the 2013 season. Overrated Percy Harvin: Harvin is an incredible player, no doubt about it. The problem is many people rank Percy Harvin as a top 10 WR, which is too high. There are some pros of his move to Seattle, but also some Cons   that are very hard to overlook. Last year, Russell Wilson had a minimal 393 pass  attempts. This is incredibly low and makes it challenging for any wide receiver to succeed. My worry is that Harvin will not get enough targets to be successful. Also, Pete Carroll has already gone on record talking about how they aren't...

The Patriots offense has changed a lot along with the players fantasy values. Aaron Hernandez Aaron Hernandez had an incredible opportunity to be a 2013 breakout player. Rob Gronkowski just got surgery and is expected to start pre-season on the PUP list. With Gronk out and Wes Welker gone to Denver, this was bound to be Aaron's breakout year. He really seems to have messed that up though as he is tied to a murder and will most likely be arrested. While nothing is final, the odds in him not going to jail seem to be against him. His fantasy value has plummeted to about 0 at this point unless something dramatic happens in which he is...

A second-year wide-receiver with loads of potential has already gotten his 2013 season off to a bad start. Josh Gordon of the Cleveland Browns, has been suspended the first two games of the NFL season due to violation of the league's substance abuse policy. According to Gordon, a doctor diagnosed him with a "sore throat" and prescribed him a medicine which contained codeine. Gordon has responded well to the suspension, apologizing to his team and the fans. With a two game suspension, Gordon still could be a break-out player in 2013. This not only effects the Browns struggling offense, but changes the outlook on Gordon's value for fantasy...

Yesterdays report came in that the 49ers wide-receiver Michael Crabtree has torn his Achilles and will be out six months. However, head coach Jim Harbaugh has been telling reporters that Crabtree will not be out the whole season. Micheal Crabtree played a vital role in the success not only in the 49ers run in the playoffs but in the growth of the young Colin Kaepernick. Crabtree is a wide receiver that broke out in the second half of last year's season. A big reason for Crabtree's success was the switch at quarterback from Alex Smith to Colin Kaepernick. While Alex Smith is a decent starting quarterback that gets the job done,...

I will be highlighting teams that have made some significant changes in the off-season this year. Denver Broncos The Broncos have been busy this off-season attaining new players that could be crucial to a Superbowl run. This off-season the Broncos have made many short-term changes and have acquired skilled, but older players. Wes Welker - Adding to Peyton Manning's deadly arsenal of wide-outs, Wes Welker will change the game for the Denver Broncos. He is possibly the biggest free-agent signing this off-season.  The Broncos signed Welker to a 2-year, 12 million dollar contract, which seems small relative to the impact he could...

Last year’s rookies will most likely go down in history as one of the best ever. With talents such as Andrew Luck, RG3, Trent Richardson, Russell Wilson, Doug Martin, and Alfred Morris, a class like that is hard to come by again. While this year’s rookies are not even close to as talented as the previous years, it is still very possible they will make a huge impact on the NFL. Here are some skill-players who are in the right situation to make an impact next year: Tavon Austin - WR (Rams) With the Rams trading up to pick Austin, I have a feeling they will be using him in as many ways as possible. While Austin has a very small frame...