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The New York Times | Jul 23rd
Projected focal point of his offense, even if it is a mediocre one.
Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
Stacy is a solid runner but Tre Mason's presence could be a real problem.
Fantasy Football Empire | Jul 22nd
Just short of 1,000 rushing yards in his rookie season. He had 7 rushing TDs. Ball's key to success (and playing time) lie in his ability to execute on Peyton Manning's pre-snap audibles and picking up the blitz when Manning audibles to a pass play. With Knowshon Moreno now with Miami, Ball is in line to be a top RB1 this season.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
We saw enough in his rookie year to know he can produce double digit TD's and 1,500 combined running yards. He doesn't have name brand so he will slip in fantasy drafts, but is a very strong selection.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Zac Stacy looked fantastic behind the Rams O-Line last season but the fear was that the Rams would draft a good running back in 2014 and they did just that selecting former Auburn standout Tre Mason. Mason has work to do in pass pro but has the natural talent to knock Stacy out of the RB1 conversation completely by mid-season.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Stacy looks like the real deal with 1,114 yards from scrimmage and seven touchdowns in his rookie season. He should be a great bet to finish 2014 as a Top 10 fantasy back. The drafting of RB Tre Mason is a little cause for concern, but Stacy should still be the lead back with Mason used as a change of pace and receiving option.
Razzball | Jul 14th
The St. Louis Rams had a backfield of Isaiah Pead, Zac Stacy and Daryl Richardson going into the 2013 season. Two of these backs (Pead/Richardson) were coming off their rookie years, and Stacy was newly drafted. Pead, in his rookie season, carried the football 10 times for 54 yards (5.4 YPC). Stacy, who was a 5th round pick from the University of Vanderbilt, had a stat line of 1,167...
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 10th
I know Stacy showed he could handle the load last season, but last year's rookie surprise could cede touches to Tre Mason as easily as he took them on in '13.
KFFL | Jun 19th
Forget what you hear about RB competition in St. Louis. Who is Drew Brees excited to play with in New Orleans? And Knowshon Moreno is off to a bad start.
Yahoo! Sports | Jun 5th
Alongside Eddie Lacy and Gio Bernard, Le'Veon Bell and Zac Stacy packed quite the fantasy punch in their rookie seasons. Now routinely going in the second round of initial 12-team drafts (Bell ADP: 16.2, Stacy: 21.3), expectations are high for the sophomore rushers. If faced with a draft day dilemma picking between the two, who should you sign on the dotted line? Fanalysts Brad Evans and Andy Beh...