One or two breakout guys can turn a hopeful fantasy season into a Can't-Wait-Til-Sunday type of season where the second guessing is kept to an absolute minimum. For those who where fortunate enough to see the potential in guys like Ray Rice and Vernon Davis, 2009 was a very good year. Here's who we're looking at to have coming out parties in 2010.
I haven't been a big Raiders fan lately but I applaud their decision today to let JaMarcus Russell go. After three years, Russell hasn't managed to live up to any of the expectations surrounding his number 1 draft position. Russell cost the Raiders $39 million dollars and was only able to come up with 7 wins as a starter.
The NFL Draft is done and that's my cue to get ready for the 2010 NFL season. There are always lots of moves in the off-season, but it seems to me that this year had some pretty remarkable ones. Here's a look at some of the noteworthy NFL roster changes that will impact your 2010 fantasy football season.