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2009 fantasy football projections: with a twist
 
This year like any other there are a ton of NFL fantasy player predictions being socialized on twitter, blogs and yes the ever fantasy football businesses like ours promoting their 2009 fantasy football projections. We tell people all the time that its almost like the seasonal holidays with a crunch for the numbers before everyone gets started in their NFL fantasy football drafts.

From the middle of July through the first week of September there will be millions of projections, player predictions and opinions galore. The most important thing to stress when viewing player predictions and fantasy football projections is to realize that this early in the season they are going to change and probably quite frequently. Thats why we feature on-demand fantasy football projections that are updated 24/7 throughout the entire season.

What we can share are some early 2009 fantasy football projections using a simple standard scoring system. Before you check them out be sure to register for free access to all our rankings, predictions and projections now.

2009 Fantasy Football Projections: Quarterbacks:

1. Drew Brees
2. Peyton Manning
3. Tom Brady
4. Aaron Rodgers
5. Curt Warner
6. Phillip Rivers
7. D. McNabb

2009 Fantasy Football Running Backs:
1. Adrian Peterson
2. Michael Turner
3. Maurice Jones-Drew
4. Clinton Portis
5. Brandon Jacobs
6. LaDainian Tomlinson
7. Steve Slaton
8. Steven Jackson
9. DeAngelo Williams
10. Frank Gore

2009 Fantasy Football Projections: Wide Receiver

1. Larry Fitzgerald
2. Randy Moss
3. Steve Smith
4. Calvin Johnson
5. Reggie Wayne
6. Andre Johnson
7. Greg Jennings


Tight Ends:

1. Dallas Clark
2. Antonio Gates
3. Jason Witten
4. Greg Olsen
5. John Carlson

This is just a taste of what our draft analyzer is projecting for early 2009 fantasy football projections. Another great way to check out our picks is to use our Line-up Analyzer for a peek at weekly power rankings throughout the entire nfl fantasy season.

What I find interesting early this season is how much our 2009 fantasy football projections can be impacted by a scoring system. Our NFL Fantasy Football Analyst Russ Bliss just updated his fantasy football blog on the topic as I was writing this article. What we are starting to see again early and often is the importance of fans understanding their scoring systems. Thats why its extremely important to understand how it impacts player projections.

Another tip for this season as it relates to 2009 fantasy football projections is to make sure you spend 70%-80% of your time doing analysis on the Running Back and Wide Receiver positions. This year in particular its going to be important that you understand what players are winning the 3rd and 4th spots on NFL rosters. They could end up playing a big role in final player rankings.

Check back frequently as we will be updating all of our predictions, rankings leading up to the 2009 fantasy football season, so learn more about our great premium offer for the 2009 fantasy football season here.

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