2013 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Fantasy Football Team

2013 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Fantasy Football Team


2013 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Fantasy Football Team


In the unlikely event that you've yet to draft your fantasy football team(s), you could do worse than filling your roster with American Family Insurance ALL-USA selections. Check out this lineup of former ALL-USA players. Retired ALL-USA selections (sorry, Emmitt Smith and Randy Moss) were not included.

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Terrelle Pryor, Jeannette (Pa.) – 2007
Oakland Raiders
Analysis: The former Ohio State star is back to wearing No. 2 and he's No. 1 on the Raiders depth chart after beating out Matt Flynn for the starting role during the preseason.

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Adrian Peterson, Palestine (Palestine, Texas) – 2003
Minnesota Vikings
Analysis: Peterson rewarded fantasy owners who ignored the concerns about his reconstructed knee by rushing for 2,097 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. What will he do for an encore?

Trent Richardson, Escambia (Pensacola, Fla.) – 2008
Cleveland Browns
Analysis: Richardson looks to build off his moderate rookie success, when he rushed for 950 yards and 11 touchdowns. 

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A.J. Green, Summerville (Summerville, S.C.) – 2006
Cincinnati Bengals
Analysis: Green, who caught 11 touchdowns last season, is as consistent a wide receiver as there is.

Julio Jones, Foley (Foley, Ala.) – 2007
Atlanta Falcons
Analysis: Fellow third-year wideout Jones had 79 catches for 1,198 yards and 10 touchdowns last season.

C.J. Spiller, Union County (Lake Butler, Fla.) – 2005
Buffalo Bills
Analysis: Spiller's workload should increase this season, so look for him to improve on last year's 1,244 yards rushing and eight total touchdowns. 

Kyle Rudolph, Elder (Cincinnati) – 2007
Minnesota Vikings
Analysis: Rudolph caught nine touchdowns and was named to the Pro Bowl, where he captured MVP honors. His "ice auger" dance is something to behold.

Sebastian Janikowski, Seabreeze (Daytona Beach, Fla.) – 1996
Oakland Raiders
Analysis: Janikowski is a solid asset, especially in leagues that award additional points for longer field goals.


Reggie Bush, Helix (La Mesa, Calif.) – 2002
RB, Detroit Lions

Bryce Brown, Wichita (Kans.) East – 2008
RB, Philadelphia Eagles

Michael Floyd, Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, Minn.) – 2007
WR, Arizona Cardinals

How does this team stack up to your fantasy team(s) this year?


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