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After months of anticipation we finally know what teams the 2017 rookies will be playing for. Which rookies should we target in fantasy football?Trying to predict how rookies will fare in fantasy football is not as easy as ranking them in order by where they were drafted. We have to look at what teams selected them http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/germaine-pratt-jersey , the offenses they’ll be in and players already on the roster.<style>.theiaPostSlider_nav._lower { display: none !important }</style>Article continues below ...Must Read: Fantasy Football: What’s Jamaal Charles impact on Denver Broncos?Using all that collective information will help determine what kind of fantasy success they could have in 2017.Here’s an early look at the top 10 rookies for 2017. Keep in mind an injury or two could change this entire list. For the record, these rankings are based purely on 2017 redraft leagues. They are <em>not</em>dynasty rankings.<td><colgroup><col><col><col></colgroup>NamePositionTeam1. Leonard FournetteRBJacksonville Jaguars2. Christian McCaffreyRBCarolina Panthers3. Joe MixonRBCincinnati Bengals4. Corey DavisWRTennessee Titans5. Dalvin CookRBMinnesota Vikings6. Samaje PerineRBWashington Redskins7. Kareem HuntRBKansas City Chiefs8. Zay JonesWRBuffalo Bills9. Jamaal WilliamsRBGreen Bay Packers10. Joe WilliamsRBSan Francisco 49ersGoing in order with the rankings, a look at why each player is among the top 10 rooks.Fournette takes the top spot as the No. 1 rookie in fantasy football. He might not be as dynamic as McCaffrey or Mixon, but he does project as a workhorse. The Jaguars did not select him fourth overall to give him 10-12 touches a week. Instead, he should see about 16-20 totes a game. Look for him to flirt with 300 touches in 2017.More from NFL Spin ZoneIndianapolis Colts: Projected depth chart after NFL Draft2h agoNew York Jets: Is Leonard Williams ready to take the next step?4h agoArizona Cardinals: Expectations for Haason Reddick in 20174h agoNew Orleans Saints should sign Willie Snead long-term5h agoDallas Cowboys: What to expect from cornerback Jourdan Lewis5h agoJust like with Fournette, the Panthers did not select Christian McCaffrey as high as they did (eighth overall) to simply sprinkle him into the offense. Although he will not be a workhorse, McCaffrey should get a good amount of touches every week whether it’s running or catching the ball. With his receiving skills, he should catch around 50 balls next season. This, of course, gives him an advantage in PPR leagues.Mixon is the best running back on the Bengals and possibly in this year’s draft class. The coaching staff might make the rookie “earn” his touches throughout camp and the preseason. However, by the time the regular season rolls around, Mixon should be the lead back in that offense.Corey Davis got as good as a landing spot as one could hope for. Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota looks like he could be heading towards elite status in the next couple years and the team didn’t have a true No. 1 wide receiver. It wouldn’t shock me if Davis ends up leading the team in receptions and receiving yards in 2017. With his 6-3 frame, leading the team in touchdown receptions is a realistic possibility too.If Dalvin Cook landed with a better team (Green Bay), he would have been higher on this list. Instead, he landed with the Vikings. Their offensive line is below average and the team also signed Latavius Murray during the offseason. Cook is a three-down running back and a better all-around running back than Murray. Yet, Murray should steal some touches and don’t be surprised if Cook gets vultured in close by Murray’s 6-3 and 230-pound frame.Samaje Perine wasn’t selected until Day 3 of the NFL Draft, but he landed in a great spot. The Redskins leading rusher last year was UDFA rookie Rob Kelley. Perine has a similar running style to Kelley, but he just does it better. Look for Perine to be the team’s early-down and goal line running back.More from NFL Spin Zone5/9 – Indianapolis Colts: Projected depth chart after NFL Draft5/9 – New York Jets: Is Leonard Williams ready to take the next step?5/9 – Arizona Cardinals: Expectations for Haason Reddick in 20175/9 – New Orleans Saints should sign Willie Snead long-term5/9 – Dallas Cowboys: What to expect from cornerback Jourdan LewisHunt was selected in the third-round and Kansas City is a decent landing spot with Spencer Ware not being anything special. In 15 games last season (including playoffs), Ware only had one Joe Mixon Jersey Limited , 100-yard rushing game. Hunt could push for 8-10 touches a game right away with a good preseason.Zay Jones finds himself in a spot where he can contribute right away. He should be the Bills No.2 wide receiver opposite of Sammy Watkins. If/when Watkins goes down with an injury, Jones will see extra targets.Jamaal Williams could steal early-down work from former wide receiver Ty Montgomery. If he does, it wouldn’t be a surprise if he also becomes the team’s go-to running back near the end zone.Joe Williams was handpicked by 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan and the team is reportedly low on Carlos Hyde. Williams could see reasonable touches right away. This is especially true when (not if) Hyde goes down with an injury.“Hey, why no love for…”John Ross, WR – Bengals:Just because the Bengals reached on him in real life doesn’t mean you should reach on him in fantasy. The speedy wide receiver has a litany of injuries and, at best, will be third on the team in targets behind A.J. Green and Tyler Eifert. Throw in Joe Mixon and he might not even be a top-four fantasy performer on his own team.Any Tight End:Rookie tight ends don’t have a great history of making a significant impact in year one. Hunter Henry’s season last year was one of the better ones we’ve seen in a while and he still wasn’t a TE1.Mike Williams, WR – Chargers:If Williams landed with the Titans, he’d be in my top 10. Instead, he goes to the Chargers who already have Keenan Allen, Tyrell Williams, Travis Benjamin, Hunter Henry, Melvin Gordon and Antonio Gates. He’s going to starving most weeks because there are too many mouths to feed in this offense.Next: Fantasy Football: 4 Free Agents Who Could Make An ImpactJuju Smith-Schuster, WR – Steelers:This is a better landing spot in real life than in fantasy. Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell will get their touches every week. Martavis Bryant is returning from suspension and Sammie Coates is returning from an injury-plagued 2016 season. Juju won’t be a potential factor until someone gets hurt and/or suspended. With Bell and Bryant’s history of suspensions, maybe I am undervaluing Juju.This article originally appeared on Some of the Bengals key players are now in their 30s. How long can the team count on them to perform at a high level?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesCincy Jungle homepageHorizontal - WhiteCincy Junglea Cincinnati Bengals communityFollow Cincy Jungle online:Follow Cincy Jungle on TwitterFollow Cincy Jungle on FacebookFollow Cincy Jungle on InstagramLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchCincy Jungle main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryBengalsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections #BITESIZEFilm RoomRoster Transactions and ContractsOrange & Black InsiderSalary Cap And CBAHow long can the Bengals’ aging stars hold on?New,33commentsSome of the Bengals key players are now in their 30s. How long can the team count on them to perform at a high level?EDTThe decline of A.J. Green has been somewhat of a hot topic as of late. The seven-time Pro Bowl receiver will turn 31 as training camp starts, but does that mean we’re approaching the downfall of his play? What about the other Bengals on the north side of 30? Let’s take a closer look.1,000 receiving yards is a standard measure of a productive season for an NFL wide receiver. Green has hit that mark in every season in which he played at least 11 games. He even came within 36 yards of that mark in 2016 when he only played 10 games. Wide receivers over the age of 30 struggle to hit this number. In recent years only a handful of receivers have hit that mark twice. Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will be 36 before the 2019 season starts. While he was unproductive last season in an overall bad offense A.J. Green Jersey , he had over a 100 receptions and 1,000 yards in each of the previous 3 seasons. He is still playing at a very high level and with a new offense and quarterback, and he could be heading back to the 1,000 yard club this year.Why can’t Green continue to be productive well into his 30s? Why can’t Antonio Brown, who is 3 weeks older than Green or Julio Jones, who is a mere six months younger for that matter? The trio have been among the league’s top receivers for years. Green has had season-ending injuries in two of the past three seasons, which is a concern, but he did bounce nicely after the last previous injury. With a new coaching staff that hopefully understands how to get the most out of their players, Green could shine. Jones has shown no signs of decline. In fact, nobody ever talks about his age. Brown has experienced a recent change of venue, and as a result change of quarterback. He is probably the most likely candidate for regression, but physically he still has it. This could be an interesting period in the NFL, where multiple receivers in their 30s remain among the top in the NFL. Green’s trigger man, Andy Dalton is 31, which concerns many but look at the longevity that quarterbacks have demonstrated in recent years. The obvious examples are Tom Brady and Drew Brees, but they are the NFL’s elite. Journeyman quarterbacks like Ryan Fitzpatrick and the recently retired Josh McCown have also played deep into their 30s.It is notable that Dalton peaked statistically in 2015. He also ended his season early that year and last year due to injury. However, no man is an island. Dalton’s apparent downturn in recent years was at least in part due to turnover at wide receiver, offensive line, and on the coaching staff. Dalton’s injuries have been to his thumb which is not something that would be heavily impacted by age. He is noted for his hard work off the field and adherence to a strict training regime.There is no reason to think that 2015 was the absolute peak of Dalton’s career. With a new offensive-minded head coach and essentially three quarterbacks coaches in Zac Taylor Cheap Andrew Billings Jersey , Brian Callahan, and Alex Van Pelt now on staff, Dalton could certainly see improvement in 2019.The wear and tear on offensive players varies drastically compared to defensive players. The two staples of the Bengals’ defense in recent years have been Carlos Dunlap (30) and Geno Atkins (31). Dunlap‘s best season was 2015 when he posted 13.5 sacks, but that season was an anomaly. In the years prior and since, he has hovered right around eight. The most notable defensive end to perform at his peak well into his 30s is Julius Peppers. Peppers was regularly a double digit sack producer in his 20s and surpassed that threshold 4 times in his 30s, including an 11 sack season at age 37. Dunlap hasn’t seemed to slow down yet and Atkins is going strong as well with 39 sacks in the last four seasons. Atkins has been one of the top defensive tackles in the league for years and is still at the top of his game. It is worth noting that when the pair got extensions a year ago, Atkins’ deal was for one year longer despite the fact that he is a year older.The three oldest players on the Bengals roster are long snapper Clark Harris, punter Kevin Huber, and recently signed guard John Jerry. The trio turned 35, 34, and 33 respectively this summer. As specialist’s, Harris and Huber are not huge concerns. Former Raiders and Texans punter Shane Lechler played until he was 40. Miami Dolphins long snapper John Denney will turn 41 by the end of the season. Jerry is a bit more of a concern, particularly after his hiatus from the NFL in 2018. Jerry may still have some good years in him, but carrying around 340 pounds at 33 has got to be difficult.Even with one of the youngest rosters in the league, the Bengals are still long in the tooth at some critical areas on the team. Thankfully, the beginning of Zac Taylor’s tenure should see these players continue to play at their peak, for now at least.
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