Radical Top-10 By-Position Cheat Sheet

A couple weeks ago, I posted my Irreverent 150 (which I'll update this week), and while I wouldn't necessarily advocate everyone drafting based on my hunches, it was at least how I would draft in a standard non-PPR league. I'm going to take the concept a step further here, and post the "Radical Top-10" lists here. It's not necessarily how I would draft, but how I'd almost like to draft if hunches were my sole consideration.


  1. Tom Brady
  2. Drew Brees
  3. Aaron Rodgers
  4. Peyton Manning
  5. Jay Cutler
  6. Tony Romo
  7. Matt Schaub
  8. Philip Rivers
  9. Matthew Stafford
  10. Kevin Kolb


  1. Michael Turner
  2. Adrian Peterson
  3. Chris Johnson
  4. Ryan Mathews
  5. Ray Rice
  6. Maurice Jones-Drew
  7. Rashard Mendenhall
  8. Jamaal Charles
  9. Matt Forte
  10. DeAngelo Williams


  1. Randy Moss
  2. Calvin Johnson
  3. Andre Johnson
  4. Larry Fitzgerald (small omission there) - I didn't mean to be that radical (though some might)
  5. Brandon Marshall
  6. Miles Austin
  7. Greg Jennings
  8. Steve Smith (CAR)
  9. Roddy White
  10. Reggie Wayne
  11. Robert Meachem


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