August 10, 2012; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) throws a pass over Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks (94) during the first quarter of the game at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE

Fantasy Football Rankings 2012: Florida QBs Don't Grade Out So Hot

Florida pro quarterbacks Josh Freeman, Blaine Gabbert and Matt Moore all rank in the bottom half of FakeTeams.com's fantasy quarterback rankings for the 2012 season.

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Fantasy Football Rankings 2012 (Tight Ends): Saints' Jimmy Graham Is Top Rated

Tight ends might be a fantasy football enigma from time to time, but in 2012, your best bet to get some semblance of security from the position might lie with Jimmy Graham, who tops SB Nation's list of fantasy prospects at the TE spot.

Graham caught the third-most passes in the NFL last season, hauling in 99 passes 1,310 yards and 11 touchdowns. His 11 scores nearly doubled his previous career touchdown total of six.

Jacksonville's Marcedes Lewis appears on the preseason rankings as well, landing at No. 18. Lewis caught 39 balls last season for 460 yards, but was unable to register a touchdown in 2012, which significantly impacts his fantasy value potential.

The Atlanta veteran Tony Gonzalez also appears on the list at No. 11, while New Englands Rob Gronkowski (No. 2), San Diego's Antonio Gates (No. 3) and Green Bay's Jermichael Finley (No. 4) round out the top four.

For more on Jacksonville Jaguar football from SB Nation, visit Big Cat Country.

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Fantasy Football Rankings 2012: Jaguars' Maurice Jones-Drew Ranked 4th-Best RB By ESPN

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is slotted fourth among the NFL's RBs in ESPN's fantasy football rankings.

Related: Big Cat Country 2012 Fantasy Football with Yahoo Sports!

There are some concerns surrounding Jones-Drew's fantasy prospects, though:

Jones-Drew's average draft position on NFL.com is the second round (11.92), but I wouldn't be shocked if he falls into the later stages of that round. I've even seen him fall into the third round in some mock drafts. At this point, it depends on how much of a risk you're willing to take and where you're willing to take it. If you don't buy into the trend of holdout running backs (Ex. Chris Johnson, Steven Jackson, Larry Johnson) getting hurt or experiencing a decrease in numbers, then Jones-Drew is worth a first- or second-round pick.

Elsewhere in ESPN's rankings, Tampa Bay's Doug Martin checks in at No. 33, while LeGarrette Blount is No. 46. The Dolphins' Reggie Bush checks in at No. 22.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Tampa Bay. For additional fantasy sports coverage, be sure to check out Fake Teams as well as SB Nation's fantasy sports news hub.

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Fantasy Football Rankings 2012: Vincent Jackson Projects As A WR 2/3

Vincent Jackson is a risky pick in fantasy football this year, but he could provide big dividends to owners who gamble on him.

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Fantasy Football Rankings 2012: Josh Freeman, Blaine Gabbert, Matt Moore Rank Low Among Quarterbacks

Florida pro quarterbacks Josh Freeman, Blaine Gabbert and Matt Moore all rank in the bottom half of FakeTeams.com's fantasy quarterback rankings for the 2012 season.

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