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Receivers were easy to come by in the fifth slot in our PPR draft, but a couple of pleasant surprises at running back made Dave Richard's team special.
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Can you survive in a PPR league without having what is considered pass-catching running backs? Jamey Eisenberg says the answer is yes with how he put together his team at No. 4 overall.
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Starting your PPR team with A.J. Green, Rob Gronkowski and Jarvis Landry is fantastic, but where are the running backs? Jamey Eisenberg shows you that waiting on running back pays off with his team at No. 7 overall.
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The receiver class of 2015 is led by Amari Cooper, but Jamey Eisenberg also looks at potential breakout candidates Jamison Crowder, Willie Snead and DeVante Parker, among others, who could thrive in their third year in the NFL.
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Do shifting league-wide trends make it less important to grab an elite wide receiver this season? Dave Richard takes a look at what Fantasy owners should expect for the position.
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New England added Brandin Cooks, Mike Gillislee and Dwayne Allen this offseason to an already stacked roster. Tom Brady, who just won his fifth Super Bowl ring, can't stop smiling, but it this a good thing for Fantasy owners?
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If you're cool with the likes of Mike Evans, Melvin Gordon or LeSean McCoy with your first-round pick, then choosing at eighth overall could be a dream.
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Think the Saints will miss Brandin Cooks? This offense has weathered bigger losses, and as long as Drew Brees is here, they should continue to put up tons of points.
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Is it smart to draft three running backs with your first four picks? Yes, if you get the right three running backs as Jamey Eisenberg did here after getting Antonio Brown at No. 4 overall with Todd Gurley, Lamar Miller and Joe Mixon.
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Sometimes you have to take risks to win your Fantasy league. That's exactly what Jamey Eisenberg did with his team, to some degree, at No. 10 overall.
 

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