Santana Moss probably HGH’d himself upside the head.  There is a decent chance he’ll be suspended for a chunk of time.  And he gave a sparkling retort to The Post when he said, “I’ll talk about football. I don’t know about nothing else. I ain’t got nothing to do with nothing that ain’t about me.” I also only want to talk about football and I ain’t got nothing to do with nothing that ain’t about me, but I just never knew how to articulate it!

He was on some people’s sleeper lists due to McNabb’s signing, but I have never liked his intermittent ways.  If he is suspended look for Devin Thomas to take over the #1 slot while he is gone, which would give him a good head start on getting on the same page as McNabb.  We could see him move up a lot of draft boards.

Brandon Marshall: He keeps doing the hippy hippy shake which is the technical term for yet another hip surgery.  It was a scope to clean up things which sounds like they cut a hole in his hip and splashed some mouthwash in there.  It wasn’t the same hip as last year and supposedly very minor so I’m not going to worry about him for redraft leagues.

Joseph Addai: As long as Donald Brown stays healthy it looks like Addai will be expendable next year when he becomes a free agent.  This makes it more likely that Brown will get every opportunity to take over as lead back by the end of the season.  Addai’s value came on the insane number of touchdowns he had compared to how he actually played, which was fair to middling.  Brown should be a decent pick in the later rounds.

Michael Bush: He was ahead of Darren McFadden in OTA’s which points to him being the early down back.  Which of course would make McFadden the late down back.  This would limit their fantasy relevance, but also boost Bush’s.  If he gets 1st and 2nd downs along with goal line carries he should be going ahead of McFadden.  In ppr it’s closer though.

Jerome Harrison: He isn’t at OTA’s since he hasn’t signed and is a restricted free agent.  And of course Montario Hardesty is there and running with the first team and getting praise heaped on him.  Harrison has been screwed around by Mangini and the Browns and looks like he’ll continue to receive the same treatment this season.

  1. Isles Guru says:

    Help me Doc. I need to drop one of these guys in my Dynasty league to make room for a Defense:

    Toby Gerhart – $2
    Damien Williams – $1
    James Starks -$1
    Joe McKnight – $1

  2. Greg says:

    @islesguru: this is a NO brainer – Joe Mcknight – came to OTAs out of shape and puked the first day. Plus, there is way to much RB depth on the NYJ

  3. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Isles Guru: Not sure about a no-brainer. It is still way too early to write off McKnight. Plenty of players have made bad first impressions. They aren’t giving up on him that quick. He also stayed extra time to get extra work and get back in shape. If he can grab the 3rd string back position over Washington and Woodhead, which he should, he will pretty much be the second string back in dynasty leagues because LT won’t last long. I say stick with the RB’s. If the starter goes down you have a 2-3rd round pick. If all the Titans WR’s go down and Williams is the #1 he still isn’t a 2-3rd round pick. If it is a return yardage league it may be a little closer since Williams will get a shot at returning kicks.

  4. Isles Guru says:

    Greg is the no-brainer. He is in my keeper league. He traded me Taylor Price for some gum under my shoe.

  5. Greg says:

    @Isles: that gum on your shoe was Chaz Schillens…..u will live to regret that trade :) I’m sure youthoftoday and doc will concur that for this year schilens has more upside since the decrept holt is in new england

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