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Andrew Luck's shoulder casts a shadow over what could be a prolific Fantasy offense.
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It's never a bad idea to load up at receiver, tight end and quarterback in a PPR league, which is what Jamey Eisenberg did here at No. 10 overall. If his running backs deliver, this team should be in great shape.
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After starting his team at No. 1 overall in PPR with Le'Veon Bell and Todd Gurley, Jamey Eisenberg shows you that quality receivers will still be available in Round 3 with Demaryius Thomas, Larry Fitzgerald, Jamison Crowder and Jeremy Maclin.
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Picking at No. 2 will probably mean taking a running back in Round 1. It does not mean you have to take receivers with each of your next two or three selections.
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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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Does the tight end world still revolve around Rob Gronkowski? Injuries have changed things a bit, our Dave Richard says in his first look at the position.
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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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This Colts offense can be one of the best in the league, but as we've seen, Andrew Luck's health is a key. With Luck coming off offseason shoulder surgery, that makes the Colts as a whole pretty risky.
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In our latest mock draft, Jamey Eisenberg shows the value of waiting on running back with some standout picks at the position, starting in Round 5.
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He enjoyed Beast Mode as much as the next guy, but it's unlikely we'll see the same running back in Oakland, Heath Cummings says as he sorts out players he'll be avoiding for 2017.
 

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