FANTASY FOOTBALL\nAFC WEST PREVIEW\nMVPs\n\nTrust the Process.\n\nFollow me on Twitch I will be going live from time to time, annoucements will come.\nTWITCH.TV\/DFSTOKEN\n\n\nDENVER BRONCOS\nOFFENSE (B+)\nCase Keenum (QB2) works behind a better than average offensive Line. I might have been too harsh in my initial rankings on them. He will have time to make plays. Running the ball this year in Denver has RBBC written all over it. Royce Freeman (RB4) the big time speed rookie will have competition with Devontae Booker (RB3) who can easily win the job. If DeAngelo Henderson (RB5) is not in the picture, both Booker and Freeman can jump up a class.\n\nThrowing the ball, Case has some great weapons. Demaryius Thomas (WR2) still has talent, no QB last year. Same can be said for Emmanuel Sanders (WR3) who can really play like a WR2 if his QB makes good throws. Both have solid sleeper potential, do not forget about Courtland Sutton (WR4) who can be the biggest thing since Bennie Fowler. There is a lot of upside in Sutton, and the Broncos will likely roll 3 WR sets often without a true great TE.\n\nBroncos offense should be a lot stronger this year, as long as Keenum remains as Elite as he was with the Vikings last season.\nDEFENSE (A)\nBroncos Front 7 Stronger than ever after drafting Bradley Chubb. Von Miller is going to turn him into a superstar and that duo will shine instantly. Shane Rey is still there if he can figure it out. Peko and Wolfe are two big guys who will slow down the run, Brandon Marshall is a solid LB who should easily break 100 Tackles. All in all, Broncos D front 7 is solid.\n\nChris Harris is no longer with Aqib Talib, the Broncos did a great job grabbing Tremaine Brock who was the #1 corner for the 49ers. Brock will shine in the spotlight, and veteran Darian Stewart will be there to help him all day. The other safety spot is up for grabs, but the Broncos Secondary is deep.\n\nLook for this unit to return to dominance, last year they did not replace DeMarcus Ware, Chubbs can be better.\nOAKLAND RAIDERS\nOFFENSE (A)\nJon Gruden bringing back the west coast offense. Raiders Offensive line is the best in the game, which means Derek Carr (QB1) should be able to bounce back. Last year he was still a Pro Bowl QB despite the injury, and the Raiders offense is a bit tweaked. His favorite option will be Amari Cooper (WR1) finally losing Crabtree will allow Cooper to roam free. Speaking of losing Crabtree, Martavis Bryant (WR3) is now the deep option and can very easily put up a Jerry Porter type of year. Would not be surprised at all to see him sneak with some big games through the year. Jordy Nelson (WR3) will look to prove he is healthy and I believe his only downfall was that he did not have a true QB with Aaron Rodgers out last season. This WR core is very deep, making Derek Carr look like a great potential for the Draft Strategy. Do not forget TE Jared Cook (TE1) who should be wide open all year.\n\nRunning the ball, Doug Martin (RB3) is a big upgrade for Marshawn Lynch (RB3) change of pace back. Both Martin and Lynch will likely limit eachother, but both have potential of scoring TDs every single week as the Raiders offense looks ready to roll.\nDEFENSE (B)\nKhalil Mack and Bruce Irvin are superstars, with Irvin rushing more this season, they are replicating the Chargers in a way with that too good to be true sack combo. Justin Ellis is a big boy, but the big additions of Tair Whitehead and Derrick Johnson, make this Run D stronger in Oakland than it has ever been.\n\nAs amazing as that front 7 is, the secondary has issues. Rashaan Melvin comes over from the Colts to likely be the #1 corner, and he was horrible with the Colts last year. Conley and McDonald two guys that have never proven anything yet in the NFL. Luckily Karl Joseph is still in town, and the FS combo of Reggie Nelson and Marcus Gilchrist does give their secondary depth. But those corners are going to have issues, lots of Zone D.\n\nCould have been an A if they had at least one shutdown corner.\nLA CHARGERS\nOFFENSE (A-)\nThe signing of Pouncey at Center was huge. Allows Phillip Rivers (QB1) to have another QB on the field as Pouncey can read defenses with the best of them. Melvin Gordon (RB1) is almost guaranteed a Top 5 RB season. He will get all the touches and there is nothing wrong with ending up with him, we will see where he ranks through the process.\n\nWith the injury to Hunter Henry, expect the Chargers to go with 3-4 WR sets very often. Keenan Allen (WR1) is going to get a ton of work in the new situation. Targets galore in all certain ways. Also expect the Chargers to look for Mike Williams (WR4) to finally step up and be a reliable BEAST he can be. Tyrell Williams (WR3) is the most likely between him and Williams to win that battle for 2nd most targets, but do not forget Travis Benjamin for that surprise deep TD which will certainly hurt either Williams' as Rivers can only throw so many.\n\nLooks like a strong year for the Chargers offense.\nDEFENSE (A-)\nJoey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are as good as its gets with sacks. Liuget and 'Maybe it's Mebane-ey' stuff the run to the T. Denzel Perryman is a BEAST and will be an IDP star. The rest of the Chargers LB core is average at best, which means Perryman can lead the NFL in tackles.\n\nSecondary, Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward proved to be superstars. Jahelel Addae is a good Safety and the addition of 1st Round Pick Derwin James has the tools to be an instant star. Chargers Defense is solid throughout, when they have a good matchup they will capatilize.\nKANSAS CITY CHIEFS\nOFFENSE (B)\nPat Mahomes (QB2) takes us on his first season as a starter. Guy has a cannon for sure, we will see how accurate he is with it during the preseason. Offensive line still good at pass protection, which means Tyreke Hill (WR3) will have time to run deep. Tyreke only had 4 games over 100 yards. He is not the #1 option on the team, that belongs to Travis Kelce (TE1). Regardless the new option Sammy Watkins (WR3) is going to come in and distrupt both of their big numbers switching off from week to week.\n\nThe biggest BUST story of the year belongs in KC with Kareem Hunt (RB2). Everyone saying he is top 5 is ridiculous. Did we not see how dominant Spencer Ware (RB4) was a couple years ago? This was going to be his fantasy team, but an injury in the preseason changed that. Ware will take at least 50% of the snaps each week, Hunt will still get his, but the consistent rate will not make Hunt anywhere near a 1st Round Pick like he is.\n\nNot ready to say Mahomes is a BEAST and it would be very Dak Prescott of him to lead this team to victories if he does. Grade can change during preseason.\nDEFENSE (C+)\nNo longer do the Chiefs have Poe and Logan to stuff the middle and Derrick Johnson to make the tackle. Now that duo is Xavier Williams from the Cardinals, far from a star. At MLB is Anthony Hitchens, and he did not do anything for that Cowboys D. Not looking pretty for the Chiefs Front 7, good thing they still have Dee Ford and Justin Houston to get to the QB.\n\nLosing Marcus Peters was a bad loss, in return Kendall Fuller who is much more of a slot corner than a #1 corner is taking over. Chiefs really re-did their secondary also adding flavor of the week David Amerson from Oakland. Good thing Eric Berry remains the superstar but coming off achillies, that could be a watered down Berry.\n\nNot going to be a pretty year watching the Chiefs Defense.