Hello, fantasy owners, my name is John Matheos. I'm here to supply all fantasy owners with key draft choices for this upcoming season.
This NFL season seems to be an interesting one with key players implemented into new roles.
In my slide show, I will list some players who I believe should be on the rise, and those who should be released.
Johnson had an outstanding season in 2009.
The fact that he has established contract problems with the Titans has made me believe he is a great player to trade for draft picks or maybe someone equal or close to in production.
Furthermore, players that sign new contracts tend to slow down in their game production.
Manning has provided many franchise owners with an abundance of points throughout his career.
Peyton has not forgotten the Super Bowl loss. He is a franchise player for all fantasy owners.
Hold on to this player until he retires.
Regardless of his playoff disappointments, McNabb has always provided franchise owners with great numbers.
Hold onto him, he still has good years ahead.
Moss has had his time and glory in the NFL.
Teams have designed defensive packages to slow him down, and he's slowing down himself.
If you have him, look for a trade. He still has the potential to grab you a first or second-round fantasy pick.
Throughout his short career, Brown has produced valuable numbers, but can't stay healthy.
If there is any general manager who holds his rights now, release him before it's to late!
What can I say about Flacco?
His rookie season was next to incredible, and his fantasy points have been flourishing ever since.
He is a superb pick-up for this year's fantasy draft. With newly acquired receivers to help his air attack, Flacco will be a top-three quarterback this year.
If you're in a league that allows defensive team play, please read on.
The Jets are the smash mouth defensive team of 2010 and on.
There are so many weapons in the defensive backfield that will produce points for any lucky franchise owner. If you have a chance to grab this defensive dynasty, please do.
Forsett had a promising rookie season.
Whenever he was called on, he responded with off-the-chart numbers.
His time is near bloom. Forsett is the next Brian Westbrook. If you can get him, do it right away!
When it comes to running backs, the Dallas Cowboys are the best in the business.
Jones is ready to lead the Cowboys from the backfield with his blistering speed.
Hold on to him!
That's right! I said it, Kolb is your go-to guy for next year's fantasy pools.
He recorded back-to-back 300-yard games last season. He is playing under Andy Reid, who has thrown the ball 60 percent of the time. They have great targets.
Get Kolb, and the future will look bright for your fantasy league team.