NFL season review: Week 11 – Week 12

The NFL season is finally upon us, and with it comes the start of the preseason rankings.

This season is set to kick off on Sunday, and for those who are wondering how they feel about the preseason predictions, I’ve collected a bunch of them to share with you in this series.

First up, we have the preseason football cards, which will be published in a few weeks.

Here’s the list of the most important ones in each position group:WR1.

Aaron Rodgers, Packers: His numbers have been trending upward this year, as he’s been tied for second in targets, receptions and receiving yards among wide receivers.

That said, he has struggled to put up the big yardage numbers of his career, but there is still plenty of room for improvement.

Rodgers has been a top-five wide receiver in Fantasy over the past two seasons, and this is his first opportunity to put that success to the test this year.WR2.

Odell Beckham Jr., Giants: The Giants are a tough team to trust with Beckham out of the lineup for a full game.

That being said, I still like him in the fourth-quarter scenarios, as I believe he can do a better job of connecting with Eli Manning and helping the Giants win games.


Allen Robinson, Lions: The Lions are a good matchup for Robins and are a great candidate for a big day for him.


Mike Evans, Buccaneers: Evans is a strong WR1 this week, and he has the potential to make some huge catches this week.


Kenny Britt, Panthers: Britt has been solid, and is one of the best wideouts in the league this season.


Travis Benjamin, Eagles: The Cowboys are a dangerous team this week and should give Benjamin a run for his money.

He has six touchdowns this season and is a top WR1 in all formats.WR7.

Martavis Bryant, Steelers: Bryant has been consistent and dangerous in the passing game this season, and has been very good in the red zone this season as well.


Brandin Cooks, Browns: Cooks has been fantastic this season with the Steelers, and I expect him to have a big game against the Chiefs.


Kenny Stills, Dolphins: Stills has been dominant for the Dolphins, and his matchup is very tough.


Antonio Brown, Steelers, WR11.

Julio Jones, Falcons, WR12.

Jarvis Landry, Jaguars, WR13.

Jarvis Jones, Chargers, WR14.

Dez Bryant, Cowboys, WR15.

Mike Wallace, Steelers (vs. Dolphins), WR16.

Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, WR17.

A.J. Green, Bengals, WR18.

Mike Tolbert, Broncos (vs, Raiders), WR19.

Dwayne Bowe, Packers (vs., Chiefs), WR20.

Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals (vs Titans), WR21.

Odessa Bates-Diop, Chargers (vs Texans), WR22.

Mike Williams, Bills (vs Eagles), WR23.

Kenny Golladay, Jaguars (vs Panthers), WR24.

Stefon Diggs, Vikings (vs Lions), WR25.

DeSean Jackson, Eagles (vs Colts), WR26.

Brandyn Thompson, Bills, WR27.

DeAngelo Williams, Steelers vs. Rams, WR28.

T.Y. Hilton, Colts, WR29.

Kenny Ladler, Chargers vs. Raiders, WR30.

Keenan Allen, Cardinals vs. Seahawks, WR31.

DeMarco Murray, Eagles, WR32.

Brandtrees Jones, Cowboys vs. Eagles, RB1.

Odessanio Holmes, Chargers: Holmes had a nice season with Antonio Gates, catching 14 of 19 targets for 167 yards and a touchdown, and should be a solid WR1.

He also added two scores on three targets.

The Raiders are a sneaky team this year and Holmes has the opportunity to have another big day.

The only problem is that he will have to go up against the Cardinals and Rams, so don’t be surprised if he’s getting burned a lot in this game.2.

Antonio Gates: Gates should be one of your top WR2s in this matchup.

He had his best game of the season in Week 12 against the Cowboys, and there is a good chance he will continue that trend in Week 13 against the Giants.

He’s a top RB1 in this week’s game, and the Raiders will be giving up a lot of yards.3.

Kelvin Benjamin, Panthers, WR4: Benjamin should be playing at a high level this season in the Panthers offense, and will likely be a top target in this offense.

He should be an explosive WR4 in this season’s game.5.

Keenon Smallwood, Cardinals, WR6: Smallwood was dominant against the Eagles in Week 11, and looks like a WR1 with his matchup against the Panthers.

He did not have a huge game in Week 10 against the

The NFL season is finally upon us, and with it comes the start of the preseason rankings.This season is set…