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Position: Quarterbacks · Running Backs · Wide Receivers · Tight Ends · Kickers · Defense/STs
Range: 1-15 · 16-30 · 31-45 · 46-50
 
46.  Andre Brown   
Projected Fantasy Points: 79.4
Andre Brown suffered a broken leg in the Giants' fourth preseason game and will miss a sizable portion of the 2013 season. However, the burly third-down/goal-line specialist should return eventually. Brown led the Giants in rushing touchdowns last year but broke his leg (yes, the same injury to the same leg, albeit in a different spot) to end his season prematurely. Brown has a long history of knee and leg injuries and won't ever be in a position to dominate carries so long as second-year back David Wilson is speeding along. With Brown out for a while, owners should only stash him in the deepest of leagues.
47.  Shonn Greene   
Projected Fantasy Points: 78.4
Shonn Greene signed with the Titans this offseason, and he's expected to share carries with Chris Johnson but in a reserve role. The Titans are excited about Greene, who is coming off a productive year in 2012 with a career high in carries (276), yards (1,063) and touchdowns (eight). He still remained a mediocre Fantasy running back, but he could be a good complement to Johnson. He had just six games with double digits in Fantasy points, and he had six games with five points or less. Greene offers little as a receiver -- he had 19 catches for 151 yards in 2012 -- but he will work at the goal line. Greene still retains value as a No. 3 Fantasy running back. Johnson will get the majority of work, but Greene could be around eight touchdowns again with close to 700 rushing yards. That's not horrible as a key reserve with a mid-round pick.
48.  Roy Helu   
Projected Fantasy Points: 71.8
Roy Helu went from the potential starter for the Redskins entering 2012 to searching for a role this season. Helu was replaced by Alfred Morris as the starter last season before he was placed on injured reserve with turf toe in Week 4. He comes back this year with the chance to play on passing downs behind Morris, but Helu has to prove he's healthy and can handle the role. Evan Royster is also in the mix as an option behind Morris, and Helu has a lot to show Fantasy owners before they can count on him. We don't recommend drafting Helu in the majority of leagues, but he is someone to monitor. If something happens to Morris, then Helu might get a shot to resurrect his career.
49.  Bilal Powell   
Projected Fantasy Points: 71.6
Bilal Powell went from a potential starter for the Jets to the backup behind Chris Ivory, who was added this offseason. Powell played well in 2012, and he could see an increased role this year with Ivory an injury risk. After a slow start last year, Powell closed the season with double digits in Fantasy points in three of his final seven games with four touchdowns over that span. He finished the season with 110 carries for 437 yards and four touchdowns and 17 catches for 140 yards. Ivory remains the Jets running back to target, but put Powell on your radar with a late-round pick in all leagues. Should Ivory go down, which has happened before, we could see Powell get a chance to be the starter for the Jets.
50.  Kendall Hunter   
Projected Fantasy Points: 71.2
Kendall Hunter missed the 49ers' run to the Super Bowl last year when his season ended in Week 12 with a ruptured Achilles. Before the injury, Hunter had 72 carries for 371 yards and two touchdowns and nine catches for 60 yards. He's already done some team drills this offseason and should be ready to compete with LaMichael James for the No. 2 job behind Frank Gore when training camp opens. Hunter should have the inside track on James, but even if he wins the job he would only be worth drafting with a late-round pick, especially as a handcuff option for Gore. At some point Gore will falter, and Hunter could be the one to benefit, so keep him on your radar if he's healthy and able to beat out James for the No. 2 spot.