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Jamaal Charles set to be fantasy football hero in 2014

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Kansas City running back, Jamaal Charles is set to become a fantasy football star according to ESPN rankings for the 2014 season.

ESPN's Matthew Berry yesterday  published  a list of the most productive NFL players in fantasy football for 2014.

Running backs as usual dominate the list with the top four all being halfbacks. Charles, LaSean McCoy, Adrian Peterson and Matt Forte are the top names with Peyton Manning being named as the top quarterback.

There are some surprises in the list however with star quarterbacks, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady some way down the list in 11th and 73rd respectively.

Jimmy Graham, who is currently in the middle of a contract negotiation is the top receiver at seventh on the list whilst Calvin Johnson is the top wide receiver in ninth place.

Berry did mention that the list is obviously an early and very premature version of his rankings which will of course be updated throughout the offseason.

"Much, much will change between now and the time you sit down to draft your first team, but because it's never too early to think about next season, here's my first stab at a top 150 for 2014." Wrote Berry, before revealing the 150 names of veteran players which will dominate fantasy football leagues next year.

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