The Commish shares his fantasy football fantasies

By on October 21, 2014

Going into week seven of the NFL season, I want to share my boldest predictions. You might think they are preposterous and you might deem my credibility in fantasy football worthless, but what would fantasy football be without your own fantasy outcome?

Prediction One: Mark Ingram will eclipse 1,000 rushing yards this season.

Before injuring his thumb in week two against Cleveland, Ingram looked like he was finally reaching his first round potential averaging six yards per carry and leading the league. After missing a month of football, Ingram now says he’s healthy and ready for his breakout year. Even with running backs Khiry Robinson and Pierre Thomas taking away touches, I believe the Saints will rely heavily on Ingram.

Prediction Two: DeMarco Murray will break the single season rushing record.

After tying with NFL great Jim Brown for most consecutive games, with more than 100 yards rushing and a touchdown, DeMarco Murray looks poised to break Erik Dickerson’s 30-year NFL record for most rushing yards in a season. Murray averages 19.3 points per week and leads all running backs in fantasy football points. After dismantling the Seattle Seahawk’s defense with 146 total yards and a touchdown, this player is capable of the title.

Prediction Three: Andrew Luck will break the record of most passing yards in a season.

Luck leads all quarterbacks in almost every passing statistical category and is on the verge of  a record-setting season, surpassing the unfathomable passing record held by soon-to-be Hall of Famer Peyton Manning. On top of that, the Indianapolis Colts are leading the AFC South division and tied second in wins for the AFC conference.

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