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As you get ready for your drafts this weekend, I put together a handy positional rankings cheat sheet that you're more than welcome to steal.
A couple of notable moves from my last rankings.
I'm less concerned about Tom Brady's production now that I've seen him in the preseason. I think he'll be fine, and based off of what I've seen have moved him back ahead of Cam Newton in my ranks. QBs pretty much stayed the same - the big mover was EJ Manuel, who, as long as he's healthy will be serviceable, but not great.
At RB, I dropped Arian Foster just a little bit because of the health concerns, but ultimately think he'll be fine. Everything the Texans have been doing with him seems to be preventative rather than concerned. After seeing what we think the Lions' offense will look like, I moved Reggie Bush up to a low-end RB2. I don't think he's a great pure runner, and I'm willing to bet he splits some time with Leshoure, but he's going to get an absurd number of targets in the passing game. My biggest RB movers - Gio Bernard, who I think will see a larger share of carries in Cincinnati than I initially thought...DeAngelo Williams and Isaac Redman with the injuries to Stewart and Bell. My biggest dropper has been Chris Ivory, who I wasn't terribly high on anyway, but after watching him run and seeing the Jets' O-line, I just don't think Ivory is going to be very good this year.
Lots of movement at WR. My Top 10 stays pretty much the same. Injury concerns to Wes Welker, Victor Cruz, and Jordy Nelson cause me to drop this just a little bit, and I reserve the right to move them up or down as we get more information. Chris Givens' stellar preseason gives me a reason to believe he could be a nice value as a 4th wide receiver, so I've moved him up to the low end of that range. The Patriots rookies (Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins) are both in the update ranks, and I've added Austin Collie as well, who I think has a chance to be a surprising late round draft pick. My biggest dropper is Cordarrelle Patterson. I maintain that talent-wise he's the best receiver on the Vikings, and he's a good fit for that offense. But he's run some bad routes in the preseason and doesn't really seem to be on the same page with Christian Ponder. I think Patterson is probably a year or two away from being fantasy relevant.