The Top 150 For 2011: Broyles Lands No. 9 Ranking
The Top 150 For 2011: Broyles Lands No. 9 Ranking

This article is part of our Top 150 series.

Rankings are mostly self-explanatory, so this intro will be brief.

Here are the main themes this year:

a. Quarterback is deep. I like Denard Robinson and Case Keenum to be the top point-scorers this year, but the depth at the position pushes them down to the 10th and 12th spots, respectively. I think there are at least 30 names that should be reliable starting quarterbacks in all-120 leagues, while the 10 or so names that follow possess intriguing potential, also.

b. Conversely, I'm not seeing as much depth at running back and receiver. Also, in both cases, the positions feature a small group of extreme starpower at the top, with steep drop-offs as you venture into the third and fourth tiers. For that reason, the top tiers of running back and wideout dominate the top 25 for me.

c. At tight end, if you don't have

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