Of course, you want to know which rookies will have a first-year impact, which will be mere backups and which ones aren’t worth your time. That’s what we’re here for, and when I say “we” I mean that Jayson Braddock has graciously agreed to join me. I know my rookies, but Braddock knows them, their intricacies, favorite foods, parents’ names and email passwords. If you didn’t know before, now you do. If I’m the Odell Beckham of Fantasy Football rookie analysis, he’s the Jerry Rice. Got it? Good.
In addition to my full written breakdown of each skill position for the 2015 NFL rookies, I decided we’d give you a nice audio version to help pass the time or give you something to listen to in the car… although, neither of us have Barry White-like voices, but we manage.
As you can tell, we both love some Todd Gurley, and we agree on many players. Overall, the running back class is extremely deep – similar to last year’s receiver crop – and even though we differ a decent amount on Jay Ajayi and Mike Davis, any running back inside the Top 10 could have the best rookie campaign. This year is going to heavily weigh on landing spots, and all of the 2015 NFL rookies we discuss should be on your radar. Make sure you stick around for the surprise game I spring on Jayson, as we play, “better or worse than Rashad Jennings.”
Don’t forget to come back next week, as we discuss the 2015 rookie wide receivers.
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