Raiders QB Jason Campbell's 2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

Bruno Boys has provided us fantasy football owners with a nice analysis of Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell's prospects for the 2010 fantasy football season.

I think that the article is pretty spot on.  I think most casual fantasy football owners will think that the trade to Oakland makes Campbell untouchable.  However, I think he'd be a very good backup QB on your 2010 fantasy football team.  He could even be a serviceable #2 QB in a QB platoon if you are the type that rather draft your QBs late and then play match ups.  Oakland WRs showed some potential late last year, and Darren McFadden, if he can stay healthy, could be a good pass catcher out of the backfield.  And don't forget that Campbell used his TEs a lot in Washington and has a good one in Oakland too.

Remember that as a fantasy owner in either regular drafts or auctions drafts, you'll want to find some good pieces for your team that come at a discount (draft position in conventional drafts; dollar value in auction drafts).  That is why I am pointing out some potential value players that either are little known or have a stigma to them.

1 comment:

  1. This is cool! I love your blog! I have an audible MBA and also a addicted fantasy football player. I am hoping to win this year!


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