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P-Tash's Fantasy 12 Pack: Part 6

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 Thursday night and that leaves just one thing to do: crack open a 12 pack.

Join us, won't you?

Part 1 (Top 12): Part 2 (13-24): Part 3 (25-36): Part 4 (37-48): Part 5 (49-60): 61. Evan Engram (TE4) - 64 catches, 722 yards and 6 TD as a rookie. Bring back a healthy Odell. Draft Saquon Barkley. Name Cody Latimer your 3rd WR (yuck). The stars are aligning for the next superstar tight end and his name is Evan Engram. 62. Royce Freeman (RB27) - It is becoming a trend that when team's invest draft capital in a running back, they see the field right away. As will be the case for "Rolls" Royce Freeman, lead ball carrier for the Denver Broncos. 63. Kerryon Johnson (RB28) - The days of Ameer Abdullah, Dwayne Washington and Theo Riddick carrying the rock for the Lions is over. Kerryon should be the starter week 1 and should see the field in the majority of situations. Oh, and Matt Stafford is his quarterback. 64. Deshaun Watson (QB4) - 1699 yards and 19 TD in just 7 games last season. No one saw that type of production coming last season or the ACL injury that caused it's abrupt end. Round 2 of Deshaun Watson should be exciting to watch. 65. Delanie Walker (TE4) - 4 straight seasons over 800 yards and has averaged 60 catches and 5 TD each year as a Titan. Difference maker at TE. 66. Jimmy Graham (TE5) - While I don't particularly believe in Graham, the 10+ TD upside is there which would be enough to make him a very valuable TE. 67. Cooper Kupp (WR29) - Led Rams in targets, red zone targets and yards as a rookie. Should take a step forward in year 2. Love him as a WR3. 68. Robby Anderson (WR30) - 63 catches, 941 yards and 7 TD. Sam Darnold being the starter should provide consistency and increased production. Another good WR3.

69. Drew Brees (QB5) - NFL Leader in Completion PCT and QB Rating in 2017. Should see a major bounce back in the TD Dept. 70. Cam Newton (QB6) - A top 5 quarterback nearly every season. He adds so much production on the ground it makes up for any lack of production in the pass game. 5 Rushing TDs and 750 yards rushing last season. 71. Pierre Garcon (WR31) - Should lead the 49ers in targets. He was on pace for 144 targets through 7 games last season. In 2016 he had 79 catches for 1041 yards. 72. Marquise Goodwin (WR32) - Established a great rapport with Jimmy G at the end of last season, catching 29 passes for 384 yards from week 13 on when Jimmy G became the starter.

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