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P-Tash's Fantasy 12 Pack: Part 3

Over the next several days, I will continue to release my overall player rankings in 12 player increments (by round) in P-tash's Fantasy 12 Packs. In these rankings you will discover the keys to unlock the fantasy football championship in your leagues (unless you play in my leagues, of course). Now, it's Sunday night. Finish the weekend off right - with a 12 pack.

Join us, won't you?

Part 1 (Top 12): Part 2 (13-24): 25. Adam Thielen (WR11) - Undrafted and long under-appreciated. Thielen came up big last season for fantasy believers securing 91 grabs on 143 targets and almost 1300 yards. 26. Doug Baldwin (WR12) - Keep an eye on that knee, but he's by far Russell Wilson's favorite target and has averaged 116 targets over the past 3 seasons.

27. Stefon Diggs (WR13) - 200 receptions over first 3 NFL seasons. He and Thielen are an elite WR duo. Kirk Cousins: "You like that!?" Yeah, I do like that.

28. Tyreek Hill (WR14) - Top-end speed that can score from anywhere on the field and even chips in some TD's on special teams.

29. Devonta Freeman (RB14) - 29 rushing TD's and 3005 yards over last 3 seasons. The offense should improve from last season, unless Matt Ryan decides otherwise. 30. Juju Smith-Schuster (WR15) - What a name. What a rookie season. What a lady. What a night. Will be a major beneficiary of playing opposite Antonio Brown for a full season.

31. Travis Kelce (TE2) - Gronk Jr. hasn't ever threatened for the the TE1 spot, but he's definitely solidified himself as TE2 with back to back 80 catch 1000 yard seasons.

32. Alex Collins (RB15) - Seahawks cast-off took full advantage of a depleted Ravens backfield last season averaging 4.6 yards per carry with over 1000 yards from scrimmage.

33. Derrick Henry (RB16) - Could lose goal line carries to Dion Lewis. Just kidding this guy is huge (6'3 247 lbs) and may score you 10+ TDs with the departure of DeMarco Murray.

34. Jarvis Landry (WR16) - 160+ targets out of the slot 2 of the past 3 seasons and will be a major reason the Cleveland Browns take a monster step forward this season.

35. Joe Mixon (RB17) - He's definitely in the NFL and a starting running back. He showed flashes in his rookie year, but requires consistency and volume to be successful in year 2.

36. Zach Ertz (TE3) - Staggeringly consistent production over the past 3 years. Lock him in for 75 catches, 800 yards and 6-8 TD's. Huge value boost if Alshon starts on PUP list.

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