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CBSSports.com advises fantasy owners on how to approach your upcoming draft if picking out of the top eight spots, respectively – 1st | 2nd | 3rd | 4th | 5th | 6th | 7th |8th.

ProFootballFocus.com provides an extended look at the longevity of running backs, using career touches instead of age as their basis for decline.

DavidGonos.com looks at some of the riskier players heading into 2012, but warns not to avoid all risk in your upcoming draft.

Darren Sproles was a top ten fantasy running back a year ago but we all now past performance doesn’t equal future success. FFToday.com predicts which quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers will fall out of the top 10 in 2012.

How will the changes in offensive systems around the NFL reshape the fantasy football landscape? As KFFL.com notes, some will be more noticeable than others.

SportsIllustrated.com identifies the worst-case, nightmare scenarios for the top fantasy picks of 2012.

FantasyPros911.com comments on the 2012 outlooks of the impact quarterbacks that will be available after the top tier are off the draft board.

USAToday.com discusses some NFL trends that have affected fantasy league value including the increase in passing attempts.

FantasyKnuckleheads.com identifies the five wide receivers most likely to bounce back from disappointing 2011 seasons.

JuanElway.com breaks down the strength of schedule for players at each standard fantasy position – QB | RB | WR | TE

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