Top 100 For 2012: #81-100

While these rankings have a couple of high upside running backs (i.e. Mark Ingram and C.J. Spiller) and the young quarterback everyone is clamoring for (Robert Griffin III), the bulk of this part of the rankings is going to be wide receivers with upside and some low-end TE1 (i.e. Fred Davis).  These are the guys that you draft as your WR3 or reserve option, but could quickly prove to be usable on a weekly basis.

As for Griffin, who will likely be the most debated player here, I have said before that I wouldn’t go crazy drafting him based on the performance of Cam Newton a year ago (click here for the article).  That’s not to say that he won’t be a good option, but he is not in the same position to thrive that Newton was.  In dynasty/keeper leagues the story is completely different, but in re-draft leagues I would take a more conservative approach with him.

With that in mind, let’s get to the rankings:

81. Robert Griffin III – Washington Redskins (QB-14)
82. Pierre Garcon – Washington Redskins (WR-30)
83. Reggie Wayne – Indianapolis Colts (WR-31)
84. Mark Ingram – New Orleans Saints (RB-31)
85. Anquan Boldin – Baltimore Ravens (WR-32)
86. Mike Williams – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (WR-33)
87. Darrius Heyward-Bey – Oakland Raiders (WR-34)
88. Justin Blackmon – Jacksonville Jaguars (WR-35)
89. Fred Davis – Washington Redskins (TE-9)
90. Eric Decker – Denver Broncos (WR-36)
91. Michael Crabtree – San Francisco 49ers (WR-37)
92. Denarius Moore – Oakland Raiders (WR-38)
93. Tony Gonzalez – Atlanta Falcons (TE-10)
94. Jay Cutler – Chicago Bears (QB-15)
95. Titus Young – Detroit Lions (WR-39)
96. Toby Gerhart – Minnesota Vikings (RB-32)
97. C.J. Spiller – Buffalo Bills (RB-33)
98. Daniel Thomas – Miami Dolphins (RB-34)
99. Brent Celek – Philadelphia Eagles (TE-11)
100. Jared Cook – Tennessee Titans (TE-12)

What are your thoughts of the start of the rankings?  Who is too high?  Who is too low?

Make sure to check out our 2012 fantasy football rankings:

Fantasy Football Top 100 For 2012: #61-80: High Upside RB Reserves Dominate The Field
2012 Rankings: Top 15 Defenses

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