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2. LeSean McCoy: I was among the many fantasy owners who put more stock in his injury-plagued 2012 season than his breakout 2011 season. Big mistake. McCoy is the perfect fit in the Eagles’ offense under Chip Kelly. His TD numbers are down — he’s only scored 8 — but he’s the best all-purpose back in football, with a league-leading 1,744 total yards, including an NFL-best 1,305 rushing.

1. Drew Brees: Fantasy football is not rocket science. It’s often very simple, and the simple truth is that there is no more dependable fantasy producer right now than the Saints quarterback. He’s on pace for his third-straight 40-TD season (46, 43 and 33 through 13 games this year), which would be an NFL record. Manning has done it twice — including this year — Brady has done it once and Brett Favre never did it.