Alright the season is getting so close you can almost smell the Troy Polamalu’s head and shoulders. I know, it smells like heaven wrapped in black, luscious curls. I don’t really think that has much to do with our logs for this week but it seemed like an inappropriate thing you’d enjoy reading before diving off into the wide world of the Internet. So go forth and enjoy all the links that don’t stink for fantasy football this week.

DavidGonos.com believes fantasy owners can gain an advantage by using ADP to determine which positions to focus on in each round, respectively.

Rotoprofessor.com explains why second-year running backs Delone Carter, Evan Royster, and Taiwan Jones better be on your fantasy radar.

FantasyKnuckleheads.com wonders if Terrell Owens is worth owning in your fantasy league after signing with the Seahawks.

ProFootballFocus.com provides a piece on quarterbacks and running backs that are either overpriced or great values based on their current ADP.

Which names should you circle on your cheat sheets for late on draft day? CBSSports.com shares their favorite late-round value targets for the upcoming season.

Fantasy owners would be thrilled to have top picks Calvin Johnson or Larry Fitzgerald, but USAToday.com believes Chicago’s Brandon Marshall is extremely capable of contending as a league leader at the position too.

SportsIllustrated.com figures out what the worst case scenarios would be for fantasy’s second tier of players.

With depth charts being released around the league, FantasyAlarm.com takes a look at some of the more surprising, initial decisions.

Wideouts Antonio Brown, Jordy Nelson, and Laurent Robinson all burst on the fantasy scene last season. FFToday.com wonders who will be in this year’s crop.

There are a lot of differing opinions regarding the fantasy value of Brandon Lloyd this season. KramericaSports.com believes he will be the fourth option, similar to Deion Branch last season.

Rotoworld.com identifies the top quarterback, wide receiver, and tight end handcuffs that you should be targeting in your upcoming draft.

JuanElway.com recommends fantasy owners do not take risky players early in their draft but be more conservative until the late rounds.

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