Fantasy Football season is upon us and as we all do our research, look through rankings and debate who to draft where, there is no guarantee any of your draft picks will pan out. Take Matt Ryan last year as an example—his ADP was over 100th overall and the 16th QB drafted. He ended up being a Top 5 fantasy QB en route to winning the NFL MVP. Another example is Jay Ajayi–Arian Foster was drafted BEFORE Ajayi last season and didn’t make it out of September with the team. This proves fantasy football is an inexact science and every year we will see player de-valued in the preseason only to shine when the regular season starts. Here are twenty bold predictions that could happen this fantasy football season…

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1. Jameis Winston will be the No.1 Fantasy QB

2. Adrian Peterson will fail to record 500 yards rushing and both Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara will have better fantasy seasons

3. Tyrod Taylor will be a BUST, failing to play in 8 games (benched for Nathan Peterman)

4. Dak Prescott has a worse fantasy year in 2017 than he had last season

5. Ezekiel Elliott will play in 14 gamesĀ 

6. Le’Veon Bell will finish outside the Top 10 fantasy RB’s

7. Michael Thomas will be the No.1 fantasy WR

8. Jimmy Graham finishes as the No.1 fantasy TE

9. Travis Kelce finishes outside the Top 5 fantasy TE’s

10. Marshawn Lynch does not record 1,000 yards rushing

11. Bilal Powell is a Top 10 fantasy RB in 2017

12. Taywan Taylor will have more fantasy points than any other Titans WR

13. Jamaal Williams records more fantasy points than Ty Montgomery

14. Kenny Golladay has more fantasy points than any other rookie WR

15. Marlon Mack records more fantasy points than Frank Gore

16. Andrew Luck will not be a Top 10 fantasy QB

17. James White scores the most fantasy points out of the Patriots stable of backs

18. Demaryius Thomas is a Top 5 fantasy WR despite the inconsistent QB play

19. Kirk Cousins records less than 4,000 yards and 30 TD’s

20. David Johnson records 1,800 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards

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