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P-Tash's Fantasy 12 Pack: Part 4

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 Monday night. That means it's time for a 12 pack.

Join us, won't you?

Part 1 (Top 12): Part 2 (13-24): Part 3 (25-36): 37. Larry Fitgerald (WR17) - At some point the production will slow down but it's hard to predict that after he tied his career high in receptions (109) and has no competition at WR for targets. 38. Amari Cooper (WR18) - Thinking Jon Gruden helps Cooper get back on track after an abysmal season where he caught only 50% of his targets and posted just 680 yards receiving.

39. Marvin Jones (WR19) - 1100 yards and 9 TD last season and is getting more consistent by the year. Last season's yards per catch leader (18.0) will get his share of Eric Ebron's 86 missing targets. 40. Golden Tate (WR20) - Two Matt Stafford WR's in my Top 20. Coincidence? I think not. 90+ catches in all 4 seasons in Detroit. 41. Jerick McKinnon (RB18) - The 49ers didn't sign him and pay him all this money to sit on the bench behind Breida or Alfred Morris. Underwhelming efficiency in Minnesota, but Shanahan believes. 42. Chris Hogan (WR21) - 'Hollywood Hogan' is the WR1 for atleast weeks 1-4 with Edelman out. If he could just stay healthy for a full season he might be able to finally put it all together. 43. Brandin Cooks (WR22) - 3rd team in just as many years so expecting a slow start, but the speed and talent is undeniable. The Rams are going to be good and he should lead the way in their pass game. 44. Marshawn Lynch (RB19) - Showed that he can still be workhorse back at the end of last season carrying the ball 16+ times in 5 of the last 6 games and had a 60 yard TD called back in week 1 of pre-season. 45. Demaryius Thomas (WR23) - Hopefully Case Keenum can bring some of his Minnesota magic to Denver and help Thomas get back on track after he posted by far his worst season since 2011. 46. Jay Ajayi (RB20) - Remember when Jay Ajayi was going late first, early second round in every draft last season? He's entering just his 4th season and should lead one of the league's best offenses in carries and goal line touches. Blount's departure leaves 173 carries behind. 47. Lamar Miller (RB21) - Lead back in Deshaun Watson led offense. Should lead all Texans backs in carries and receptions. Foreman starting the season on the PUP list will boost value. 48. Aaron Rodgers (QB1) - 4400 yards and 40 TD as QB1 in 2016. He's simply the best. Better than all the rest.

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