Pick 1.1 — Le’Veon Bell — Bell is most likely the first overall pick in Fantasy drafts this season unless his holdout continues deep into the pre-season (which might scare off people thinking he could be susceptible to an injury). Outside of that, he is a Fantasy beast and can easily lead a team to a Fantasy championship.
Pick 1.2 — Todd Gurley — While I wouldn’t blame anyone for taking Zeke or DJ here, I think Gurley is the right selection. He showed last year what he could do with a solid OL, and Jared Goff will continue to take the next step in becoming a top tier QB.
Pick 1.3 — Ezekiel Elliott — We know that Dallas is going to hand the ball off to Zeke about 300 times, but now with Dez Bryant gone and Jason Witten retired, there’s a good chance that Zeke might surpass his previous high of 32 receptions within the first ten weeks of the season.
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