Top 2010 Fantasy Football Picks

With the 2010 NFL and fantasy football season quickly approaching, below is a compilation of the top-five positional rankings, along with a few sleeper picks to consider when drafting in the mid-to-late rounds:


  1. Drew Brees. Brees has all the weapons in the world, including a genius head coach and a very good offensive line.

  2. Peyton Manning. Over the next few years, Manning will become known as the "ageless one". As long as he can be protected, he will always be a safe top-three pick. He may one day be known as the best all time professional football player.

  3. Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers has quietly climbed up the quarterback rankings over the last few years. Don’t be surprised if Rodgers is the highest rated quarterback at the end of the season.

  4. Tom Brady. Brady needs Welker to be great.

  5. Tony Romo: Team injuries are hurting his stock early.

  6. Sleeper Pick: Kevin Klob. With a pass-friendly offense and plenty of weapons, Klob could crack the top-five this season.

Drew Brees
Thanks to Ian Ransley from for this great picture of Drew Brees, Media Day.

Running Back:

  1. Chris Johnson. You can’t go wrong with 2,000 yards. The contract holdout should not be an issue unless it progresses into the third preseason game.

  2. Adrian Peterson. The Vikings coaching staff claims he will be used more in the passing game and the redzone. If so, look out.

  3. Ray Rice. Lets see what he can do with a legitimate WR threat.

  4. Maurice Jones-Drew. Always solid, but always an injury risk as well.

  5. Michael Turner. An improving Falcon passing game should lead to more big plays in the running game.

  6. Sleeper Pick:
    Ryan Mathews. Norv Turner will always use his RBs to death. Expect 350 touches this year out of the rookie.

    Shonn Greene. The Jets will win with a solid running attack and a great defense. No need to pass the ball in the redzone when Greene can run it in.

Adrian Peterson
Adrian Peterson. Thanks to for this photo.

Wide Receiver:

  1. Andre Johnson. He has his contract, to go along with size, speed, hands…etc.

  2. Reggie Wayne. With Manning in the huddle, he will always get his.

  3. Larry Fitzgerald. Even with a quarterback change, he will be the best player on the field.

  4. Calvin Johnson. Improving quarterback play will lead to numbers.

  5. Randy Moss. He is beginning to fall off a bit.

  6. Sleeper: Michael Crabtree. Look for Crabtree to have 70+ catches and 10 touchdowns this season.

Wide Receiver: Andre Johnson
Andre Johnson at Reliant Stadium. Houston, Tx.
Thanks to AJ Guel from for this picture.

Tight End:

  1. Antonio Gates. Healthy and back on top.

  2. Vernon Davis. Other weapons on the team will lead to more touchdowns.

  3. Jason Witten. One day the Cowboys will figure out to use him in the redzone more.

  4. Dallas Clark. The ball will be spread around this season.

  5. Tony Gonzalez. Still one of the best.

  6. Sleeper: Zack Miller. Not really a sleeper here, but with a legitimate quarterback in Oakland Miller could have 6-10 touchdowns this season.


  1. Stephen Gostkowski
  2. Garrett Hartley
  3. Nate Kaeding
  4. Mason Crosby
  5. Rob Bironas


  1. New York Jets
  2. Minnesota
  3. Green Bay
  4. Pittsburg
  5. Baltimore

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For more insight into what will happen in the NFL this season, check out this 2010 NFL Rankings Preview. Here are nice articles for those of you who have college football fantasy football teams: 2010 College Fantasy Football Picks and 2010 SEC Fantasy Football Picks.

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