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Tom Brady (NEP)

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Player Overview
> View full profile Brady has everything you want in a fantasy QB: elite talent, a deep and diverse cast of weapons and a system that allows for plenty of volume. His suspension merely suppresses his season-long totals. Savvy fantasy owners can capitalize on his lowered ADP and cash in on a potential top-3 fantasy points per game producer. Brady’s age and a less than stellar O-line provide the biggest drawbacks, but his upside trumps all. He’s a great QB target at a discounted price.
Injury Probability For 2015
Low
Risk
1%
Injury Probability Per Game
Low
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0%
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Avg Draft Position (MFL 10)
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Injury Probability For 2015
19%
Low
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Injury Probability Per Game
1%
Low
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Avg Draft Position (MFL 10)
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Player Overview
> View full profile Johnson was a useful fantasy player in spurts last season. Unfortunately, we saw him in only 10 games. With such heavy competition for targets, Johnson’s tough to count on for fantasy production. Keenan Allen is the easy target leader, but the scraps figure to be spread fairly evenly between Antonio Gates, Travis Benjamin, Danny Woodhead and Johnson. Without a strong red zone presence – or a big-play skill set – it’s tough to draft the injury-prone Johnson as anything more than a WR5.