The 2017 Pro Football Weekly Fantasy Football magazine is on newsstands now and available online. In addition to rankings, mock drafts and loads of player reports, it features 32 team fantasy depth charts. Here’s a small taste of the Seahawks information you’ll receive by purchasing your copy today.
QB1: Russell Wilson — His two greatest fantasy assets were mobility and a complementary ground game —average of 607 rushing yards and a top-4 rushing attack — helping Wilson to QB9, QB8 and a pair of QB3 rankings from 2012-15, respectively. Last season Wilson was hobbled early and often with ankle and knee injuries, limiting him to just 259 rushing yards and, although not a detriment akin to Seattle’s O-line, contributing to Seattle finishing 25th in rushing. Wilson is not only healthy again but leaner in an effort to regain his dual-threat edge. Seattle’s stable of backs is determined and diversified with newcomer Eddie Lacy and holdover Thomas Rawls running for their next contracts and C.J. Prosise hoping to carve out the changeup role in which he briefly thrived as a rookie. Is Wilson poised to pick up where he left off in 2015, continuing his upward fantasy trajectory? We think so, unlike summer drafters finding Wilson lasting late into Round 7.
RB1: Eddie Lacy — Lest we forget, prior to Lacy’s last season with the Packers ending disappointingly with ankle surgery, the bruising ballerina had a career-high 5.1-yard average. He’s still 27 and, although he hasn’t finished a season since 2014, — his lone 16-game campaign out…
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