What’s the difference between a good fantasy pickup and a great one? You could say that there are three things: research, planning and luck. The last one is especially prevalent when choosing members from the Washington Redskins roster.
In terms of fantasy value, Redskins players carry with them a great deal of uncertainty.
Will Robert Griffin III be able to repeat his 2012 heroics coming straight from rehab with no preseason? Will Alfred Morris continue to plow through defenders to consistently pick up yards after contact? Will any member of the receiving corps stay healthy and break 1,000 yards?
Nobody yet knows, but that doesn’t stop us from making predictions. Read on for the top six fantasy options in Washington this year, along with some stat projections.
Note: All stat projections are based on a full 16-game season. All 2012 stats via ProFootballReference.com