Fantasy Football Rankings: Answering The Danny Amendola Question

Sam Bradford could be one of the most interesting fantasy football quarterbacks in your draft this year.

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Fantasy Football Rankings: Brian Quick Gets Reality Checked... On A St. Louis Rams Blog

The St. Louis Rams' fantasy football rankings are now being denigrated by Rams-fan bloggers. Life is hard.

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Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: Going Quarterback First In The Post-Peyton-Manning Era

Fantasy football draft strategy is getting tougher. I still might take a quarterback first, but without The Peyton Manning around people will look at me even more strangely.

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Fantasy Football 2011 Rankings: Steven Jackson Exits Running Back Top 10

The St. Louis Rams' Steven Jackson takes a tumble when it comes time to run the 2011 fantasy football rankings at running back.

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2011 Fantasy Football Sleepers: Watch Sam Bradford, But Not Too Closely

The St. Louis Rams expect great things out of Sam Bradford in 2011, and they're right to; they've already got him. Before you call him a fantasy football sleeper pick, price in the risk.

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Fantasy Football 2011 Rankings: Donnie Avery's Preseason Test Saturday

Donnie Avery's return to the St. Louis Rams on Saturday could make him their most dynamic fantasy wide receiver--by default.

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Fantasy Football 2011 Rankings: Wide Receiver A Wasteland For Rams

Ahead of your 2011 fantasy football draft I have one piece of advice: Don't select a St. Louis Rams wide receiver.

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Fantasy Football Mock Draft 2011: Steven Jackson's Backups Shouldn't Alarm Owners Yet

Fantasy football owners and would-be drafters of Steven Jackson have to be at least a little concerned about the murmurings coming out of St. Louis Rams camp during free agency. Tuesday the team signed Jerious Norwood as a change-up to Jackson, heretofore one of the last full-time backs standing, and despite losing the Ronnie Brown sweepstakes they're still looking for more help at the position. It could mean less work for the terminally dinged-up Jackson, if nothing else.

It's worth being concerned, but that might yet be good news for Jackson owners--and not just keeper leaguers who hope to eke an extra year or two out of their investment. Getting the grunt work out of Jackson's hands, however reluctant he might be to surrender it, leaves him free to do more things in Josh McDaniels's revamped offense--like score some touchdowns, for once.

Jackson, for his part, said recently that he'd like to catch more passes, which will be easier to do when the Rams don't need him to run head-first through the defensive line 25 times a game.

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