Fantasy Drafts are commencing all across the country and draft guides are of the utmost importance. My Forbes SportsMoney series ranking the top 32 (1 per team) fantasy players per position continues. Here is my ranking of the 32 Top Fantasy Running Backs in the NFL. I based my power rankings on my projection of total value. The rankings are based on the projected starters for each teams. DiMoro’s Call: Some of these rankings may shock. I’m not sold on Eddie Lacy’s revival until I see him bounce back over the course of the regular season. Lacy has the potential to put in a Top 15 fantasy performance, but I want to see it before I buy into it. A healthy Arian Foster could find himself in the Top
The limited edition, NFL-themed subs that Publix Super Markets Inc. introduced last year were an apparent touchdown — the grocer is bringing them back this season. Lakeland-based Publix in 2015 introduced four NFL subs for the first time. Sandwiches were created for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons. Publix has sponsorship deals with those NFL teams. "We were very excited to introduce our NFL subs last year," Publix spokesman Brian West wrote in an email Wednesday. "Our customers were just as excited. Publix fans love Publix subs, and the NFL subs scored as well, so they're back again this year!" Football season is prime time for Publix. The grocer
The 2016 National Football League regular season now less than two weeks away, which means that time is running out to prepare for your fantasy football draft. Last year’s top breakout players were guys like Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley, Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson, and Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry.