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  • Dan Dynasty Football

    Great breakdown Gene. There are very few teams.. if any with more question marks than the Rams. I have been Stacy’s biggest supporter.. bar none since before anyone even knew his name. I do think he will eventually establish himself to Fisher as the most dependable and consistent performer in the backfield. He is already the best pass blocker and already is familiar with the terminology and the offense. For me its just a matter of when… not if he takes over as the lead back. Thanks for the article.

  • Alan Satterlee

    Ditto that Gene. This was very nicely done. I digged the WR presentation…lots of those suckers. Sam Bradford is in store for a big season imo.

  • http://www.dynastyfootballwarehouse.com/ Jeff Melbostad

    Nice read and I like brutal honesty here. Many are predicting their favorite RB or WR to emerge and I just don’t see it happening. I think Austin has the best shot at being fantasy relevant on a weekly basis but other than that all we can really count on is Legatron here. Lots of these guys are worth flyers and it’ll be fun to watch who emerges. I’ll just be doing the watching those guys from a distance on other people’s fantasy teams. :)

  • gene glass

    The news changes almost on a daily basis out of the practices. Pead looks good in space one day, then Richardson is going to be the lead back. The wide receivers are stupid. I don’t think the Rams coaches even know what to expect out of most of these guys.

    • Alan Satterlee

      lol

      Them WRs better get their act together!

  • gene glass

    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Daryl Richardson and Isaiah Pead are
    “clearly” the Rams’ top two backs entering preseason games.

    Rookie Zac Stacy is No. 3, with Benny Cunningham and Terrance
    Ganaway duking it out for the fourth spot. Richardson is listed as the starter
    on St. Louis’ “unofficial depth chart.” He’s the tentative favorite to lead the
    Rams in carries.

    • Alan Satterlee

      Seems like today won’t mean anything come October to me, this backfield situation just seems like they will all have their times at various points of the season.