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2013 Bold Predictions

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Ok folks. Let's make some fantasy predictions. Bold fantasy predictions. This isn't the place to say Tom Brady will pass for 4,500 yards bold.

This is bold like saying Ryan Mathews will be a Top 5 back bold.

So let's see, what are some bold predictions you really believe in.

Going to be fun to go back at the end of the year and see who was right...

My first one will be that Brian Quick will end up a Top 15 WR this year.

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First thought when reading the title was Ryan Matthews will be a top 10 back.

Jared Cook will be a top 5 TE.

Justin Blackmon will finish in the top 20 even with his 4 game suspension(if Henne is starting).

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Brett Favre will start for the Jets by Week 4.

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First thought when reading the title was Ryan Matthews will be a top 10 back.

Haha the sad part is, as I was thinking of the thread that was the first thing that came to my mind too.

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1. Hurt DMC plays all 16 games.

2. The Patriots have three 1000 yard receivers. (I will go with Amendola, Edelman, Gronk)

3. The Broncos do not win the AFC West.

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LeVeon Bell rushes for over 1200 yards, 300 rec yds and 10TD.

Greg Jennings ranks as a Top 15 WR.

Percy Harvin is 2nd overall in WR fantasy points, behind only Calvin.

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Pierre Thomas will end the season as a Top 15 running back (1000+ yards, 8+ TDs). He's currently the #50 RB according to nfl.com.

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Jamal Charles and Peyton Hillis will assemble a strict 50/50 RBBC, with Hillis getting 100% of the goal line work.

Oh wait...wrong season.

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Marshawn's chronic back issues creep up again early on causing him to miss a couple games. In that time, Christine Michael shows why the 'Hawks took him in the second round when they already had a solid stable of backs. Michael plays so well he earns a share of the carries for the remainder of the year.

Perhaps this is just wishful thinking on my part, but it is bold!

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Shane Vereen rushes for 1000+ has 50+ receptions for 500+ yards and totals 15+ TDs.

Mark Sanchez: 40 TDs 20Ints, 4000 yards, 0 buttfumbles.

Arian Foster < 1000 rushing yards

Ben Tate > 1000 rushing yards

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Kenny Britt FINALLY reaches his potential over a fully healthy and incident free season on his way to a top 10 WR finish.

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Cecil Shorts and Russell Wilson both finish in the top 3 at their respective positions. Aaron Rodgers and Adrian Peterson do not.

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Chris Johnson becomes the first NFL back with two 2,000 yard seasons.

RGIII finishes as QB1.

Bernard Pierce takes over for an injured Ray Rice and finishes as RB15.

The Raiders win more than 2 games.

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Julio Jones #1 WR.

Lamar Miller Top 10 RB.

Reggie Bush Top 10 RB.

Matt Ryan Top 4 QB.

Greg OlsenTop 3 TE.

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Mark Sanchez buttfumbles in each and every game this season.

I thought this thread was about bold predictions?

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In all seriousness though:

1. Vernon Davis leads SF in touchdown receptions

2. Aaron Dobson #1 receiver for Patriots

3. BJGE Injured, Giovani Bernard enters as #1 back

4. RGIII misses over half the season due to injury

5. Cam Newton #1 fantasy QB

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1. Quinton Patton leads the 49ers in receiving

2. Cam Newton is the best QB in fantasy

3. Julio Jones finishes outside of top 10 WR

4. Run DMC plays all 16 games and is a top 5 RB

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Adrian Peterson destroys his other knee in week 5, but returns in 2014 to rush for 2800 yards.

Lesean Mccoy gets less than 250 total touches on the year.

Michael Vick is a top 8 QB.

Jamaal Charles is the number 1 RB in both standard and PPR formats.

Joe Flacco and Ray Rice are both benched by week 3, Bernard Pierce starts at both QB and RB.

Jordan Cameron is a top 5 TE.

Josh Freeman throws for 4300/30/18 with 2 rushing TDs.

Stephen Hill sneaks into the top 25 WRs, after being ranked #62 on ESPN.

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