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Fantasy Football 2010 Position Rankings Cheat Sheet

Fantasy football draft coming up? No problem, we’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a quick cheat sheet for fantasy owners out there to use for their drafts. We have the Top 20 players at every position to help you scope out some potential fantasy picks. Hope this helps as you’re picking your teams. These position rankings are based on what we believe their scoring potential to be. If you’re still in the market for a funny team name, check our Top 10 Fantasy Football team names.

Quarterbacks


1.) Drew Brees — New Orleans

2.) Aaron Rodgers — Green Bay

3.) Tom Brady — New England

4.) Peyton Manning — Indianapolis

5.) Tony Romo — Dallas

6.) Matt Schaub — Houston

7.) Phillip Rivers — San Diego

8.) Brett Favre — Minnesota

9.) Jay Cutler — Chicago

10.) Kevin Kolb — Philadelphia

11.) Matt Ryan — Atlanta

12.) Joe Flacco — Baltimore

13.) Donovan McNabb — Philadelphia

14.) Mark Sanchez — New York Jets

15.) Alex Smith — San Francisco

16.) Eli Manning — New York Giants

17.) Matt Stafford — Detroit

18.) Sam Bradford — St.Louis

19.) Carson Palmer — Cincinnati

20.) Jason Campbell — Oakland

Running Backs


1.) Chris Johnson — Tennessee

2.) Ray Rice — Baltimore

3.) Adrian Peterson — Minnesota

4.) Maurice Jones-Drew — Jacksonville

5.) Frank Gore — San Francisco

6.) Steven Jackson — St.Louis

7.) Michael Turner — Atlanta

8.) Jonathan Stewart — Carolina

9.) Shonn Greene — New York Jets

10.) Rashard Mendenhall — Pittsburgh

11.) Cedric Benson — Cincinnati

12.) Ryan Mathews — San Diego

13.) Matt Forte — Chicago

14.) LeSean McCoy — Philadelphia

15.) Beanie Wells — Arizona

16.) Thomas Jones — Kansas City

17.) Ryan Grant — Green Bay

18.) Ronnie Brown — Miami

19.) DeAngelo Williams — Carolina

20.) Pierre Thomas — New Orleans

Wide Receiver


1.) Andre Johnson — Houston

2.) Randy Moss — New England

3.) Miles Austin — Dallas

4.) Reggie Wayne — Indianapolis

5.) Sidney Rice — Minnesota

6.) DeSean Jackson — Philadelphia

7.) Calvin Johnson — Detroit

8.) Larry Fitzgerald — Arizona

9.) Brandon Marshall — Miami

10.) Roddy White — Atlanta

11.) Greg Jennings — Green Bay

12.) Chad Ochocinco — Cincinnati

13.) Marques Colston — New Orleans

14.) Anquan Boldin — Baltimore

15.) Steve Smith — New York Giants

16.) Steve Smith — Carolina

17.) Percy Harvin — Minnesota

18.) Vincent Jackson — San Diego

19.) Mike Sims-Walker — Jacksonville

20.) Mike Wallace — Pittsburgh

Tight Ends


1.) Dallas Clark — Indianapolis

2.) Vernon Davis — San Francisco

3.) Antonio Gates — San Diego

4.) Brent Celek — Philadelphia

5.) Jason Witten — Dallas

6.) Tony Gonzalez — Atlanta

7.) Jermichael Finley — Green Bay

8.) Kellen Winslow — Tampa Bay

9.) Visanthe Shiancoe — Minnesota

10.) Owen Daniels — Houston

11.) Heath Miller — Pittsburgh

12.) Chris Cooley — Washington

13.) John Carlson — Seattle

14.) Dustin Keller — New York Jets

15.) Jeremy Shockey — New Orleans

16.) Zach Miller — Oakland

17.) Todd Heap — Baltimore

18.) Greg Olsen — Chicago

19.) Kevin Boss — New York Giants

20.) Brandon Pettigrew — Detroit

Kickers


1.) Nate Kaeding — San Diego

2.) David Akers — Philadelphia

3.) Garrett Hartley — New Orleans

4.) Ryan Longwell — Minnesota

5.) Stephen Gostkowski — New England

6.) Rob Bironas — Tennessee

7.) Mason Crosby — Green Bay Packers

8.) Lawrence Tynes — New York Giants

9.) Robbie Gould — Chicago

10.) Nick Folk — New York Jets

11.) Matt Prater — Denver

12.) Jeff Reed — Pittsburgh

13.) Dan Carpenter — Miami

14.) Joe Nedney — San Francisco

15.) David Buehler — Dallas Cowboys

16.) Olinde Mare — Seattle

17.) Jay Feely — Arizona

18.) Matt Bryant — Atlanta

19.) Sebastian Janikowski — Oakland

20.) Ryan Succop — Kansas City

Defense/Special Teams


1.) New York Jets

2.) New Orleans Saints

3.) San Francisco 49ers

4.) Minnesota Vikings

5.) Dallas Cowboys

6.) Philadelphia Eagles

7.) Pittsburgh Steelers

8.) Baltimore Ravens

9.) Indianapolis Colts

10.) Arizona Cardinals

11.) New England Patriots

12.) Cincinnati Bengals

13.) Miami Dolphins

14.) Green Bay Packers

15.) New York Giants

16.) Chicago Bears

17.) Atlanta Falcons

18.) Houston Texans

19.) San Diego Chargers

20.) Tennessee Titants

Individual Defensive Players


1.) Patrick Willis — San Francisco — LB

2.) Jon Beason — Carolina — LB

3.) DeMarcus Ware — Dallas — LB

4.) Charles Woodson — Green Bay — DB

5.) Jared Allen — Minnesota — DE

6.) Paul Posluszny — Buffalo — LB

7.) Julius Peppers — Chicago — DL

8.) Bernard Pollard — Houston– DB

9.) Barrett Ruud — Tampa Bay — LB

10.)  Jonathan Vilma — New Orleans — LB

11.) Trent Cole — Philadelphia — DL

12.) James Harrison — Pittsburgh — LB

13.) Adrian Wilson — Arizona — DB

14.) Ray Lewis — Baltimore — LB

15.) Brian Dawkins — Denver — DB

16.) Lance Briggs — Chicago — LB

17.) Leon Hall — Cincinnati — DB

18.) Darrelle Revis — New York Jets — DB

19.) Cortland Finnegan — Tennessee — DB

20.) LaRon Landry — Washington –DB

Sports Sites

1.) ChiCitySports.Com

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Been following Chicago sports for many years. I have ties to Rockford, Illinois however have since been displaced in North Carolina far from Illinois. I am still an avid fan despite the geographical complications in following my teams. I am known as the internet’s #1 Rex Grossman connoisseur

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