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Topic: Best Fantasy Football #1 Pick as of right now!
 Niner Flower Power_6
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Post Date: 03/17/09 19:19
A.P. if you ask me!
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Post Date: 03/17/09 22:40
Depends on the scoring system but in general AP as well!
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 dana_260
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Post Date: 03/18/09 04:57
I could argue Turner,
A.P; third yr is when we expect the breakout season, though he shined in his first, and to date no passing game in MIN, Defenses have shown they can stack the line vs AP, then there is Chester.
 Turner on the other hand is entering his fifth yr second year in his new starting role add to that very low miles and a passing game to keep the Defense honest and you have your number one fantasy football pick for 2009
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Post Date: 03/18/09 07:38
It's hard to go against Peterson, but with two picks of him already, I'm liking how Deangelo Williams could prove out by years end. Not sure I'd take him first, but I wouldnt' be surprised if by the end of the season, everyone wished they would have...
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Post Date: 03/18/09 08:06
Adrian Peterson.
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 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 03/19/09 19:30
Standard League Scoring system: Turner
PPR: Westbrook.
 
AP is hampered by crummy Qb's.
D Williams production will go way down next year.
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Post Date: 03/21/09 10:47
AP is a awesome player and this next year might be alot better for him as they now have a QB, BUT the QB needs somebody to throw to still.

I for PPR like MJD with no competition from Fred Taylor this upcoming year he could be a dominate player.
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Post Date: 03/22/09 08:30
MJD is an interesting pick, however, I think he's allot like M. Barber a good guy coming in but not starting. When J. Jones left Dallas and Barber was the starter, he did not play wel. some guys are better off the bench. A good example was K. Barlow coming in for G. Hearst back 6--7 years ago. Hearst leaves, everyone thinks Barlow is going to be a top 10 pick, he sucks dirt.
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Post Date: 03/22/09 08:41
I dont know if I would take him first in PPR, but I think he could be a interesting player this upcoming year for sure.  I dont think there is a true standout for the #1 pick in a PPR...
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Post Date: 03/22/09 12:45
AP has to be my top pick. Not much of going out on a limb but by the time our actual fantasy football drafts come around, a lot of things will be clearer. Could be a good year to stack up on the elite WR's in the early rounds and grab RB's in rounds 3-5, especially if you draft in the middle to late part of round 1.
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