Forget all the overused clichés about winning or losing a fantasy football draft in the first round. Nobody really knows for sure on draft day what the final statistics will look like months later. However, when we do have advance knowledge that a top player -- a perceived top player, perhaps -- is not near 100 percent health and his role is likely changing, well, how can we ignore this? Some want to, anyway, but that seems like a bad idea.
17hAriel Helwani, Brett Okamoto and Jeff Wagenheim