Should C.J. Anderson be your first fantasy pick?
Despite starting just eight games in 2014, C.J. Anderson finished as the RB11 in standard leagues. He finished in front of guys like LeSean McCoy and Alfred Morris, who had played and started in all 16 games.
Heading into fantasy football drafts, there are a lot of questions as to who you should take with your first-round pick. There hasn’t been a draft in recent memory that has so many different options and opinions.
You could go with Le’Veon Bell, who is suspended for the first two games. You can go with Adrian Peterson, who is coming off a year away from the game. Another option is Jamaal Charles, who has seen his rushing production decline the last few years. Or you could even go an entirely different route, and take Antonio Brown because he is going to consistently produce.
Or you can take Anderson, who I believe has the highest floor at the running back position. Does he offer enough upside for you to take him with your first pick?