2013 Fantasy Football: 5 Rookies Worth Drafting for Your Fantasy Team

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2013 Fantasy Football: 5 Rookies Worth Drafting for Your Fantasy Team
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2012 was a season to remember for rookies. We saw guys like Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Trent Richardson and Doug Martin step on to the scene and perform as if they were veterans. 

While the 2013 NFL draft class is not nearly as deep, it is almost certain that guys will step in and put up solid numbers.

Cordarrelle Patterson might be one of the most explosive players coming out of college, but the lack of talent at quarterback in Minnesota in addition to the number of carries Adrian Peterson will get each game puts success out of his hands. With this in mind, Patterson is not as valuable as the guys placed on this list.

If the Green Bay Packers were to have just drafted Eddie Lacy or just Johnathan Franklin, one of these guys would certainly be on this list. The complete uncertainty of the running back situation in Green Bay brings up red flags for both of these talented rookies.

Here, we take a look at five guys who can potentially help your fantasy team bring home a league championship.

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