2009 Fantasy Football Draft Primer, Part One: AFC East

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2009 Fantasy Football Draft Primer, Part One: AFC East

This season I turn 10 in fantasy football years.

It was 1999, the year the Greatest Show on Turf wowed us all. Kurt Warner was a Hollywood rags to riches story come to life that was capped by one of the most thrilling Super Bowls ever.

Stephen Davis and rookie Edgerrin James were the top rushers in the league as far as touchdowns and yards went.

Warren Sapp was still a Buccaneer and Defensive Rookie of the Year Jevon “The Freak” Kearse was causing havoc in backfields as part of the newly renamed Tennessee Titans, who were formerly the Houston Oilers.

I was in my first year of college at UCF. One day I stumbled across this fantasy football thing and gave it shot.

It was like a junkie’s first hit of brown sugar.

Let’s put it this way, last season I had no less than 12 fantasy teams across five different websites.


Anyhow, to celebrate my anniversary, I’ve decided to share some of the knowledge I’ve picked up over the last decade so I can assist some folks as the fantasy drafts approach.

Instead of messing with the rankings that Yahoo or ESPN.com put out, I’ll be analyzing each division and the four teams contained therein. This way I think I’ll cover more ground and perhaps help someone unearth a diamond from each team, no matter how terrible they are.

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