Fantasy Football Rankings 2012: Picks 51-100 in 10-Team Standard Leagues

Sean E. Douglas@@seanfantasyinfoSenior Writer IIIAugust 27, 2012

Pass protection and playbook issues should hold Wilson back early on.
Pass protection and playbook issues should hold Wilson back early on.The Star-Ledger-US PRESSWIRE

Picks No. 51 through 100 would be rounds six through ten in a ten-team, standard-scoring fantasy football draft.

After the first five rounds, you have your stud players in hand and are looking to fill out your starting squad, while possibly finding a few solid depth options at running back, receiver or possibly quarterback.

In the list below you will find six quarterbacks, eight tight ends, 17 wide receivers and 19 running backs I find worthy for this area of your draft.


Should You Draft David Wilson As One Of The Top 100 Picks?

Some of you may look over this list and wonder where someone like David Wilson is?

In Wilson's case, I love his ability but he has had some problems with his playbook this month (per The Star-Ledger), and it’s likely that Ahmad Bradshaw will see the bulk of work early in the season.

For a 10-team league, Wilson is worth rostering. Just know that he’s unlikely to hold down a regular workload until he proves he understands most of the offense, and proves to the coaching staff he can get the job done in pass protection.

If you’re willing to wait through the early portion of the season and feel good about your team by the ninth or 10th rounds, by all means take Wilson in the top 100 picks.

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