For those of you that do not have the time to read long articles, this is the place for your fantasy news. Matthew Berry of ESPN, the long respected Fantasy Football writer, writes a long post of all the fantasy players that he loves. For those of you who want to get some juicy fantasy news, but do not have the time, here is your summarization of players you should choose.


The quarterbacks that Berry loved included Kirk Cousins, Philip Rivers, Marcus Mariota, and Tyrod Taylor. Cousins will have plenty of weapons, including Terrelle Pryor Sr.

and Jordan Reed. Rivers will also fit that category as Keenan Allen, and Travis Benjamin are healthy. Mariota comes with a risk but adds Eric Decker to tight end threat Delanie Walker. Then, Taylor could cause outcry as Sammy Watkins as gone, but Perry points out that Taylor scored 18.9 points with Watkins on the field, and 18.3 without him. Not a bad margin.

Running backs

The list of running backs included Marshawn Lynch, Isaiah Crowell, Leonard Fournette, and Danny Woodhead/Terrance West. Lynch comes back after a year of retirement. Latavius Murray was a top 15 running back last season and is not the type of player that Lynch is. Crowell is going to run behind an improved offensive line. The team has quarter back problems and could look to run the ball more.

Fournette is the rookie sensation in Jacksonville, and with the way Blake Bortles is throwing, Fournette could get significant carries. Then, Woodhead and West will split time in Baltimore, but Woodhead is a dual threat, while West will get more goaltime carries this season according to projections.

The list also included LeGarrette Blount, Adrian Peterson, and Joe Mixon.

The Eagles gave Ryan Matthews nearly 70-percent of goal line carries, and Matthews is gone, which means Blount will see touchdown opportunities. Peterson could be used more as a fullback if Mark Ingram gets significant carries. Plus, the Saints have the fourth highest rushing touchdowns in the last four seasons. Mixon is looking at being a Giovani Bernard type of player, but Bernard would put up RB2 numbers with Jeremy Hill.

Wide Receivers

This list included Keenan Allen, Terrelle Pryor Sr., Jamison Crowder, Brandon Marshall, Mike Wallace, Pierre Garcon, and Martavis Bryant. If Allen stays healthy, he could be a top ten wideout. He averaged 17.5 points a game when healthy in 16 games with Rivers. Pryor Sr. corralled 1,000 yards with a Browns quarterback. Now, he has a top ten QB in Cousins. Crowder ranked fifth in the league in PPR points from the slot, and that will be his sole job this season.

Marshall will see red zone looks with Odell Beckham Jr. getting covered. Wallace will battle with Jeremy Maclin, but the losses of Steve Smith Jr., Dennis Pitta, and Kamar Aiken give Wallace more opportunities. Garcon joins the 49ers and former offensive coordinator-now head coach Kyle Shanahan where Garcon caught 113 passes. Last, Bryant was a top-20 wideout that saw 183 targets in 2015.