About two months before most players start their fantasy football draft, ESPN.com Fantasy specialists have long been investigating who is thought to have the best 300 in the year 2012. These experts were not excited about the Colts list, as only one player did the best 100. Ironically, the divisive rival Houston Texans was the consensus, one of the fanciful players in 2012 who retreated Arian Foster. Overall, Indianapolis Colts had 6 players at the top 300, and Donald Brown was the highest ranked and was in the 95th.
On Thursday, Indy Gridiron of Donald Brown despite the recent signing of Mewelde Moore and the young back who tried to get back. Some fantasy experts believe Donald Brown may be "sleepy" this year. Chuck Pagano's coach believes that Brown has a "3 down" back and achieved a great season. Unfortunately, I think the rookie Vick Ballard (# 244), DeIone Carter (# 170), and Mewelde Moore could hit Brown's Touches. Both Pagano and the offensive coordinator Bruce Arians believe he needs more running backs all season. Wait for a running committee for the 2012 season, which is just Brown's draft if you need a 4th run backward that can start a charming week.
Reggie Wayne was on the list in # 103. However, Pete Prisco, CBSSports.com, feels Wayne is too overrated and does not notice Reggie is more than a landlord. From the perspective of fantasy football, I would say that this is the fourth or fifth wide receiver.
The man who throws Wayne, Andrew Luck, is in 138th place. Personally, I would not have contacted Andrew Luck without revealing the results in the first two seasons. The odds match fortunes in the fantasy season.
Colts' biggest sleep is Coby Fleener (# 195). Coby Fleener and Andrew Luck are comfortable with each other for their time in Stanford. In addition, the Arians have already shown that they set up two goals and move the Fleener into the field to be inadequate. I'm looking for Coby Fleener for a stable fantasy soccer season with at least 600 and 700 yards of bets and 7 or 8 touches.