With NFL preseason games underway, here are the top 20 running backs to target in upcoming fantasy football drafts. For the first time since 2013, Brown didn’t lead the league in catches. He finished one behind Larry Fitzgerald with 106 — his fourth straight season with at least 100 catches. Brown also has eclipsed 1,200 yards in each of the last four seasons and scored double-digit touchdowns in three of the last four years, putting him in the top five in the three major receiving categories.
With training camps in full swing, here’s a look at the top 20 running backs to target in upcoming fantasy football drafts. In his first four seasons, Bell has played in all 16 games just once — 2014 when he compiled 2,215 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns. Despite missing four games last season (three because of a PED suspension), Bell still managed to rush for 1,268 yards and seven touchdowns and had 75 catches for 616 yards and two touchdowns.
With NFL training camps getting underway this week, here's a look at the top 20 quarterbacks to target in upcoming fantasy football drafts. 1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers After a down year by his standards in 2015, Rodgers rebounded with one of the best years of his career. He threw for 4,428 yards, a league-leading 40 touchdowns and seven interceptions, marking the second time he reached the 40-TD mark and the sixth straight season he kept interceptions in the single digits.
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