It's time to "Make the Right Call" once again, and this time we asked you for questions on Twitter. Read my answers below, or hear Elliot Harrison's answers in the video above. Or do both. A little more information never hurt anybody, right?
Is C.J. Anderson a top-10 running back, and would you draft him ahead of Matt Forte?
The short answers: Yes and No. C.J. Anderson is 100 percent a top-10 fantasy back for 2015. He enters the season as the presumptive starter and potential bell-cow for Gary Kubiak's zone-running scheme. Last season Anderson led the NFL with 648 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns after taking over the starting job in Week 12. On tape, he was far and away the most impressive rusher in the Denver backfield, and it would take several revelatory performances from Ronnie Hillman or Montee Ball for them to leapfrog Anderson in the pecking order. As for the Matt Forte question, I currently have him as my RB7 and Anderson as my RB8. So they're neck-and-neck. Although I wouldn't begrudge anyone for taking Anderson before Forte, as each has question marks.
Who will be more productive: T.Y. Hilton or Andre Johnson?
While I'm high on Andre Johnson as a bounce-back candidate for 2015, I think T.Y. Hilton is still the top option in a loaded passing attack. Plenty of people are worried about all of the mouths Andrew Luck has to feed in Indy this year, but the first two people in the lunch line for targets will always be Hilton and Johnson. Their roles are carved out, and Hilton carries a little more value as the dynamic home-run threat. Both should eat in fantasy, but Hilton will eat just a bit more.
Where should you draft Frank Gore?
Frank Gore -- aka "The Inconvenient Truth" -- is currently going in Round 5 on NFL.com, which is WAY too late. Gore will not be facing eight defenders in the box for basically the first-time in his career, and will have the added benefit of playing in one of the most talented offenses in the league. Age isn't a concern for Gore either, as he has somehow found the fountain of youth (or made a deal with Father Time). As Elliot says in the video, the end of the third round or early fourth is a great spot to target Gore. Need more convincing? Then read Chris Wesseling's think-piece on why Gore is primed for smashing success in the Colts offense.