League: Tecmo Super Bowl Champions

Teams: 12

Positions: QB, RB x 2, WR x 2, TE, Flex x 2, K, Team Defense

Scoring: ½ PPR, 10 yards per point for rushing/receiving, 6 points for TD’s . 25 yards for passing, 4 points for TD’s, -2 for Int’s.

Keepers: Yes, 1 per team. Cost is the round where that player was drafted the previous season. Players can only be kept for one season.

Kept Players (by everyone): Andre Johnson, Aaron Rodgers, Ray Rice, Rashard Mendenhall, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Crabtree, Jonathon Stewart, LeSean McCoy, Shonn Greene, Jamaal Charles, Hakeem Nicks, Miles Austin

Draft Position: Pre-determined by last year’s standings.

Makeup of League: Degenerates. This is meant as a compliment in terms of Fantasy knowledge. The League is chalk full of highly skilled, competitive people.

I stole Andre Johnson in the 2nd round last year thanks to some reaching for QB’s that went on in the 1st round. I feel good having him as a Keeper. I will be giving up an early round pick but there is a ton of differential between him and the next best dudes at receiver; more than in any other position in football this year.

I will be drafting from the 9 spot. Given the Keeper situation, I see three options: Grab an upside RB with question marks, a 2nd Tier receiver, or possibly a 1st tier quarterback. I’m not a big fan of question marks early on (i.e. Westbrook, Forte, and LT from ’09) so I don’t see myself going RB. Brees or Manning would be very tempting but they’ll probably both be taken. My preference would be to go for a receiver along the lines of Calvin Johnson, Marshall, or Roddy White. It would put me in a difficult position later on at Running Back but that’s my MO anyway. In the first three rounds I’m looking to pick receivers in two of them and out of the first five rounds I like to go receiver in three of them. We’ll see how this particular draft plays out.

So beyond just this league in general, let’s talk a little bit about draft strategy in a standard non Keeper PPR 12 team league. This is the most common format out there and always a good lens through which to analyze the Fantasy landscape.

Round 1

I hate even writing about round one because it encourages the obsession people in Fantasy Land have with it. All you’re looking to do is solidify your team and not draft players who could bury your team. I get in to the argument all the time about Michael Turner, Frank Gore, Mendenhall, and Ryan Mathews. I’m not saying those guys won’t be studs; half of them will. But if you take one of them realize that you’re playing a dangerous game and there’s a 50% chance your first round pick will blow up in your face.

Picks 1-4: Chris Johnson, Adrian Peterson, Maurice Jones-Drew, Ray Rice

Pick 5 or later: Andre Johnson then Randy Moss, Reggie Wayne, Calvin Johnson. All those WR’s won’t be gone in round 1 (in fact, I’d be shocked if you missed out on Moss). If for some reason they are, grab Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers.

Round 2 and Beyond

If you don’t get a WR in the first round, you have to go WR in the second. If you did take a WR, I would go ahead and grab another one unless there’s someone else at RB or QB you’re dying to take. I think the best value in terms of RB is DeAngelo Williams at 15. He’s the only RB I can see myself taking in the 2nd round later on.

In terms of filling your team, don’t ever pass up value just to take a position you “need.” For example, let’s say you don’t have TE yet and Kellen Winslow’s there in the 7th round but so is Bradshaw. I’m taking Bradshaw all day there and rolling the dice the Winslow will fall back the next round. If not, you have plenty of decent TE’s later on in the draft. Sometimes you’re going to end up being weak at TE but that won’t hurt you nearly as much as other places.

Necessary Knowledge for WR Hoarders

Ironically, advocating a WR lean on drafting strategy requires me to be more knowledgeable about RB’s in order to stave off weakness. My argument for all of this is that setting up your team in such a way creates an environment in which you’re much more likely to end up with the huge Sleepers. Here’s why:

If I stack myself up with 4 solid WR’s and a good QB, there’s no reason to draft backups or stash Sleepers at those positions. This is something I talked about exclusively in a column called “Ditch the Snuggie” last season. When you look at the bench of one of my teams, you’ll rarely see anything except RB’s on the bench. By the middle rounds I’ll solidify myself everywhere but RB. Starting then you might see me take a RB with my next 10 picks IN A ROW.

I am going to be dropping “Sleeper Math: Draft Edition.” What I’ll include there is a list of my “running back pool.” This is a list of players that I plan on targeting from the middle to late rounds in every single draft this year. If you share the same philosophy on being strong at WR and shoring up TE and QB early this will be particularly useful to you.

Alright so it’s time to put all this talk in to action. One of Jones’ favorite terms is “Champ Stamp” and I would apply that label to both of these. Both were done on Yahoo in 12 Team format with mostly all live drafters. I am not expecting my real drafts to be this easy but I think the general strategy will show itself.

Example Mock Draft 1

I put myself in 6th position here which is, I believe, the best place to draft from this year as long as Andre Johnson falls to you. Going in my strategy was to hope AJ falls then grab another stud WR in the second round unless Brees or DeAngelo Williams somehow fall back. From there the playbook is pretty much the same every time.

1. Andre Johnson (Hou – WR)
2. Calvin Johnson (Det – WR)
3. Marques Colston (NO – WR)
4. Philip Rivers (SD – QB)
5. Jermichael Finley (GB – TE)
6. Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG – RB)
7. Matt Forte (Chi – RB)
8. Felix Jones (Dal – RB)
9. Michael Bush (Oak – RB)
10. Kenny Britt (Ten – WR)
11. Donald Brown (Ind – RB)
12. Tashard Choice (Dal – RB)
13. Tim Hightower (Ari – RB)
14. Josh Scobee (Jac – K)
15. Arizona (Ari – DEF)

After taking AJ, Calvin, and Colston in the first three rounds I was nervous about getting thinned out at the other positions. Even for me, taking 3 WR’s in a row is a bold move. I knew that I wanted to get TE and QB out of the way so I could start scooping up my RB’s and was more than happy to see Rivers in the 4th. Finley was solid value in round 5. I can’t believe that I landed Bradshaw, Forte, Jones, and Michael Bush in rounds 6-9. All four of those players have question marks but tons of upside and I’m more than happy to fill my roster full of them. The only guy I’m not crazy about here is Hightower because he’s just sort of a Chester Taylor type; the ceiling and floor on him too close together for my liking. If I had to do it over again I’d have grabbed someone else. I love this team but am not delusional enough to think I have a chance of ending up with it “in real life.”

Example Mock Draft 2

So here we go from the #2 spot. I knew I was taking MJD because I just like his durability more than  AP and his role is much more solidified than Ray Rice’s. I could’ve almost written down the team I’d end up with drafting from here because I’ll go WR-WR in rounds 2-3 all day. Alright let’s see what happened.

1 .Maurice Jones-Drew (Jac – RB)
2. Brandon Marshall (Mia – WR)
3. Greg Jennings (GB – WR)
4. Jahvid Best (Det – RB)
5. Jeremy Maclin (Phi – WR)
6. Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG – RB)
7. Jay Cutler (Chi – QB)
8. Jerome Harrison (Cle – RB)
9. C.J. Spiller (Buf – RB)
10. Zach Miller (Oak – TE)
11. Eddie Royal (Den – WR)
12. Donald Brown (Ind – RB)
13. Tashard Choice (Dal – RB)
14. Josh Scobee (Jac – K)
15. Arizona (Ari – DEF)

Champing and Stamping, Stamping and Champing. Here’s another draft that I would be ecstatic to end up with. Surprised to see Marshall fall to me at 25 and it only took me about ½ second to make this pick. A few picks later I’m slobbering over Greg Jennings. Somehow I get Jahvid Best in the 4th but from there the gifts stop falling. I was extremely happy with the value I was able to get in each round. Ultimately I netted a starting lineup that’d be good enough to compete with any team plus boat loads of upside to boot.

Hopefully this has shed some light on my thought process going in to drafts. I think that it is important to have a philosophy and to understand the strengths, weaknesses, and pitfalls of your style. I look forward to sharing and critiquing the draft in this league with my illustrious colleague.

  1. DSimms says:

    Im picking 11 of 12 in a keeper league and i am gonna go wr-wr as well. My question is with it being a keeper league if moss, wayne, megatron and marshall are all there should i take calvin and marshall ahead of moss and wayne?

  2. Drew

    Drew says:

    @DSimms: Are there any acquisition costs when you keep players? Can you keep them for multiple years? I think it’s going to be tough for Megatron and Marshall to be as productive as Moss and Wayne this season. However, I don’t think there’ll be a huge discrepancy and if your league doesn’t have Keeper costs I might even endorse it. As an aside if this is a Keeper League I highly doubt you’ll get a shot at Moss so it might make your decision easier.

  3. Pepe Silvia says:

    long time no see Drew, welcome back. you were a big help to me last year, many thanks for that. I only finished second though, so if you could be just a little better at your job this year, that would be great. ha, jk.

  4. Drew

    Drew says:

    @Pepe Sivlia: Thanks man, glad to help. Last year was our rookie season. This year we have more columnists, more features, more content. We grew a lot last year but I think we’ll take off even more as people are exposed to the site.

  5. uncdrew says:

    Almost didn’t notice this was new content. Might want a “Part 2” at the end. Then again, might not.

  6. Drew

    Drew says:

    @ncdrew: good point, will inform the webmaster

  7. Calogero says:

    I like the WR-WR strategy. However, I did it last season and my team ended up missing the playoffs. Larry Fitz/Calvin were both not worth their rounds and the high risk/reward RB drafting method ended up producing a reward eventually, but only after I was already eliminated basically. Knowshon, McCoy and Charles were all nice pieces, but I think I ended up going 2-6 in the first 8 weeks and it was too late.

    I’m tempted to do it again this year, but if it fails again I’ll be absolutely skewered by my leaguemates. I’m drafting from the 11th slot, and I’d like to grab ONE RB to assure some stability there. Assuming Moss is available, I’ll grab him. Would it be so sacrilegious to grab whoever from Greene/Charles/DeAngelo/Mathews falls to pick 14 instead of, say Megatron or Wayne?

  8. Drew

    Drew says:

    @Calogero: it wouldn’t be sacrilegious but I wouldn’t grab Charles considering the issues with his role in that offense and I think Mathews is a big gamble that early. Taking Greene or DeAngelo is fine there. I got burned by Calvin Johnson too last year but statistically speaking it’s much more likely that top flite WR’s will produce. I wouldn’t abandon the strategy altogether because of one season.

  9. uncdrew says:

    Old habits die hard, and I can’t wrap my head around a WR-WR strategy. This commentary helps though, as I see the value in stacking the bench with RB-hopefuls and having some emerge. In fact, that’s been my WR strategy for years.

    Last year I drafted several WRs in middle to late rounds, and thus had Steve Smith (NYG) and others to cover my draft strategy of getting a stud TE, stud QB and stud RB.

    Looks like it might be time to turn that strategy upside down and draft WR-QB-WR (in my particular case). Then if I can sneak in a Benson/Forte starter with a few Bradshaw/Bush/Barber types, I might make my way back to the post-season.

  10. uncdrew says:

    But honestly, I’m probably going RB with pick #1. Just feels right to me.

    I don’t know my draft position, and my draft strategy is to not have a set draft strategy. I try to adapt on the fly and take value. If that means Rodgers with the 12 pick, I do it. Or Andre with the 8 pick. And of course it depends on what your league-mates are up to. And if they come in with their heart set on a player or a strict RB-WR draft order, more power for me.

  11. Fletch says:

    @Drew: are you here Drew? Got a question for you regarding my 12 team Dynasty draft. I am on the clock now. Debating between A. Foster or Harvin. I only have Bowe as my WR and I already have Rice and McCoy has my backs. Decisions….

  12. Steve Mc says:

    My league is PPR with 6 pts for ALL TD’s. I pick 9th out of 12. Assuming AJ is gone, would you pass on Rodgers/Brees for another WR?

  13. AdamH says:

    Not sure if Doc (or anyone else) is planning a 0.5 PPR, but if not, I’m trying to create one out of Doc’s non PPR rankings morphed with his PPR. The simplest way to do it is to average the rankings. Do you think it would be more accurate to give more weight to the non PPR ranks or the PPR ranks, or just go by the straight average?

  14. Drew

    Drew says:

    @uncdrew: I understand where you’re coming from. Ultimately I think it’s useful to have a game plan and it sounds like you’ve got that covered.

    @Fletch: I’m sure I missed you but I’m going Foster all day there.

    @Steve Mc: I would probably still go Moss (planning on grabbing Cutler or Kolb later on) but I can understand Rodgers there.

    @AdamH: Averaging might weight the PPR too much. Doc would probably be more knowledgeable.

  15. Fletch says:

    @Drew: Even though I only have 1 WR and 2 RB’s already? I assume you like Foster over M. Bush and Cadillac?

  16. Drew

    Drew says:

    @Fletch: I do because Bush and Cadillac could fall back to you in the next round but Foster’s the hotter commodity right now. I have been getting Michael Bush in the 9th and 10th rounds on a regular basis.

  17. Fletch says:

    @Drew: Do you see Foster out producing the other 2? And do you think Foster doesn’t lose his job to Tate next year? Are you big on Harvin even with Favre back? Thanks!

    By the way, you like Malcolm Floyd in a dynasty league?

  18. Drew

    Drew says:

    @Fletch: I’m only looking at it from a this year perspective b/c at running back, so much changes. Remember, Slaton was a 1st rounder last year. Harvin worries me with the migraine issue and then not reporting to camp. He’s not going to be awful but I feel like at his ADP there are better Sleepers.

    I do love Floyd in dynasty but my hunch is you’ll have to overpay for him. If I was going that route, I’d be more likely to scoop up Na’ane in the final rounds.

  19. Fletch says:

    @Drew: I just took Foster. It’s a 12 team PPR dynasty league we just started this season. Foster was the last pick of the 6th round. My team thus far:

    QB – Rodgers
    RB – Rice, McCoy, Foster
    WR – Bowe

    What WR & TE do you like as sleepers later on in the draft?(younger players preferred) Thanks!

  20. Drew

    Drew says:

    @Fletch: My two favorite TE’s would be Zach Miller (around 100 ADP) and Jermaine Gresham (hard to say where he’ll go).

  21. Fletch says:

    @Drew: How about WR sleepers? You like Zach Miller over Keller?

  22. D.A. says:

    I have the opportunity to switch picks with a leaguemate. I have the #10 pick in a 12 team draft, he is willing to swap me the #6 pick. Do I make the move?

    I would draft AJ with the pick. Then hope for Megatron in the 2nd round.

  23. Drew

    Drew says:

    Super late it’s tough this year. I think Doc’s got a nice list somewhere but I’d target dudes like Donnie Avery who are the #1 on bad teams. I definitely like Miller over Keller this year and going forward. Jason Campbell is going to make Oakland’s offense a lot better. They’re still going to be bad, just not nearly as bad.

  24. Nuke LaDouche says:

    Just did a mock from the 10th position. What you think of this team? I’m fairly happy with it. Not loving my receiving corps but its not terrible.

    1. Randy Moss (NE – WR)
    2. Larry Fitzgerald (Ari – WR)
    3. Jamaal Charles (KC – RB)
    4. Jay Cutler (Chi – QB)
    5. Knowshon Moreno (Den – RB)
    6. Matt Forte (Chi – RB)
    7. Zach Miller (Oak – TE)
    8. Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG – RB)
    9. Braylon Edwards (NYJ – WR)
    10. Devin Hester (Chi – WR)
    11. Ben Roethlisberger (Pit – QB)
    12. Demaryius Thomas (Den – WR)
    13. Carnell Williams (TB – RB)
    14. Matt Prater (Den – K)
    15. New England (NE – DEF)

  25. Drew

    Drew says:

    @D.A.: I would DEFINITELY make that switch 1,000,000%

    @Nuke LaDouche: I like this team a lot. I really don’t like Braylon Edwards and Demaryius Thomas’s injury concerns me but those are personal preferences. I would be happy with this team.

  26. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Fletch: I love Miller so I go Miller every time there.

    @AdamH: I was looking at .5 and I would lean toward my ppr rankings. I’ll try to get something for .5 if I can wrangle the time!

  27. barker says:

    just did my first draft of the year
    8 team h2h 2 QB 2 WR 2 RB 1 TE 4 WR/RB 1 K 2 DEF 8 bench spots
    1st overall
    rd 1 c johnson 1
    rd 2 r wayne 16
    rd 3 b marshall 17
    rd 4 b wells 32
    rd 5 j charles 33
    rd 6 kolb 48
    rd 7 j finley 49
    rd 8 m barber 64
    rd 9 c henne 65
    rd 10 j maclin 80
    rd 11 a bradshaw 81
    rd 12 NYG def 96
    rd 13 m floyd 97
    rd 14 d brown 112
    rd 15 t owens 113
    rd 16 a foster 128
    rd 17 p garcon 129
    rd 18 m leinart 144
    rd 19 m hasselbeck145
    rd 20 CAR def 160
    rd 21 d mcfadden 161
    rd 22 prater 176

    thinking of dropping mcfadden for heath miller kevin smith garrard aromashadu or jacoby jones — what say you? anyone else u think i can drop as well??

    can i compete with my current QB situation or should i try to get a top tier QB ??
    overall what do you think of this draft ?? are there any players i should avoid in future drafts that u can point out ??

    thank you Doc the site looks like its gonna be a great asset this year just as razzball baseball was for me this past season

  28. tourinnc says:

    Hey Doc or Drew. I am getting ready to do a draft with 1 PPR and I will be drafting from the 5th position ESPN league. Postions are: QB-RB-RB/WR-WR-WR/TE-TE-K-DST. I have been doing a bunch of Mock drafts and pretty much getting the same results. I have drafted a RB first in one and a WR first in the second. Which do you like better and do you have any suggestions.


    I like the two TE early because of the PPR and the two position eligibility. It also takes away a high end TE from my opponents.

    Would you take Charles over McCoy? Would you take Best over Foster or Forsett?

    Thanks. Rich.

  29. Drew

    Drew says:

    @tourinnc: You don’t see a lot of 2 TE leagues these days. I highly doubt you’ll be able to get Witten in the 7th in your draft because it’s 2 TE’s. I definitely like AJ over Gore (too many injury concerns). I’m taking McCoy over Charles right now, Best then Foster then Forsett.

  30. tourinnc says:

    In your second mock, if you do not get Cutler are you satisfied with Manning or Kolb? Or crap shoot on McNabb, Stafford or Palmer?

  31. Matt B says:

    Hello, glad to see you back for this season.

    In a 12-team PPR QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1Flex I have pick 5. Do you think Andre Johnson is the pick here? This league also rewards 6 points for 50+ yd TD’s and 3 points for 100 yard rush/recept/300yd passing games.

  32. Drew

    Drew says:

    @tourinnc: If I don’t get Cutler I’d rather have Kolb than anyone else. McNabb or Stafford would work but I wouldn’t feel good about it.

    @Matt B: In bonus leagues I try not to outsmart myself and put too much emphasis on it. If I have pick 5 I’m going Andre Johnson all day.

  33. PepeSilvia says:

    Just reading through this thoroughly for the first time. So, is your drafting advice only applicable for PPR leagues? I don’t do PPR and really disagree when you claim it’s the most common format out there, unless I’m reading you wrong.

    Anyway, are you still in favor of going heavy on WR/QB/TE even in non-PPR leagues? I’d kind of made up mind to take backs with at least two and possible three of my first four picks, but I’m interested in hearing other theories.

  34. Drew

    Drew says:

    @PepeSilvia: I think too much division occurs between PPR and non PPR. There are a few players whose values change (mostly pass catching backs like LeSean McCoy) based on format; but people treat them like they’re two entirely different animals when they aren’t.

    Running backs will certainly score more points than WR’s in non PPR which is why people think they’re more valuable. However, look at it this way for a minute- if WR’s are going to score less points the guys at the top will be even more valuable via differential. My argument has always been that stud WR’s are SUPER SCARCE in non PPR while RB’s will still come out of no where and have huge years. I mostly play PPR (and think it is the most popular format) but have do extremely well in non PPR as well using the same drafting techniques. As I said some players will increase while others decrease in value based on format but I believe that my approach to drafting is effective in both.

  35. Pepe Silvia says:

    definitely something interesting to chew on. in one of my leagues I already know I have the 9th pick and I’ve done several mocks on ESPN from that spot. I DO agree with you that you need at least one top-flight WR especially when you’re drafting from around tha spot, and so a lot of times I am taking Johnson or Moss in the first round, but then in rounds 2-5 I’m usually grabbing three RBs and a QB, mainly because I feel like with my sixth rounder (pick #64) there are still some really good WRs out there like Nicks, Garcon and sometimes even Welker.

    I did a mock last night and tried going WR WR QB TE with my first four picks and then ended up with Best, Spiller, Bradshaw and M Bush as my backs. Didn’t feel really great about that, and I don’t know that I’d have the stones to do it in a real draft.

  36. Drew

    Drew says:

    @Pepe Silvia: I guess it’s a difference in tastes because even in non PPR I would love to end up with Best, Spiller, Bradshaw, and Michael Bush as my running backs. Regardless of the direction you take your team I’m sure that you’ll do well because you’re a knowledgeable owner; there really is no substitute for that.

  37. paulzone says:

    i picked 7th in a 10 team league. How’d I do? Thoughts on improvements or trades?? Thanks.

    0.5 ppr, 1 pt for 10 rush/rec, 1 pt 25 yds pass, 6 pts for pass/rec/rush tds. 3 pt bonus for 100 rush/rec or 300 yds pass

    My team:

    QB: Rivers, Cutler
    RB: Matthews, Thomas, Moreno, Bradshaw, Ch. Taylor
    WR: Andre Johnson, Wayne, Ward, Holmes, Royal
    TE: Gonzo
    K: Crosby
    Def: Cardinals (play Bradford week 1)

  38. Drew

    Drew says:

    @paulzone: I really like this team. The scoring is heavy on Quarterbacks so I like that you grabbed two of them. In this type of a format Cutler should easily be a top 10 QB. You are stacked at WR and RB, even for a 10 team league. I love that you grabbed Santonio Holmes, who should be a total stud when he comes back and Eddie Royal is a guy I’ve been grabbing late in drafts because I think there’s upside there. Well done!

  39. paulzone says:

    @Drew: Thanks for the feedback. Donald Brown went undrafted, would you rather have him than Ch. Taylor? Just a minor detail.

    I really struggled with my first pick. As you mention, it is a QB heavy league, so I was deciding b/t Rodgers and AJ for my first pick. I am still arguing with myself but I think Rivers/Cutler will be okay. Of course, I won’t be too happy if Rodgers throws 40 tds this year!

    I like royal too and drafted him for the upside, but no sure if Orton likes him…

  40. Drew

    Drew says:

    @paulzone: I would rather have Brown because there’s a ton more upside. Taylor is more a bye week fill-in type and probably not even that in 10 team. In addition you don’t really need a bye week fill in with your depth at RB.

    There’s more differential between AJ and the other top flight receivers than there is between Rodgers and your QB’s. By having two good ones it allows you to play matchups and be protected from injury. Rodgers takes a lot of big hits and I’m worried about that. I won’t own Rodgers on any team this season.

  41. paulzone says:

    @Drew: thanks, i was leaning that way: brown over chester.

    last question. i picked matthews ahead of mccoy. some regret there now. given our 0.5 ppr and since i have rivers (i hate starting qb/rb on same team), would you rather have mccoy ? i regret this pick post draft. i could offer matthews for mccoy. Thoughts?

  42. Drew

    Drew says:

    @paulzone: I love McCoy in PPR but you can’t trade Mathews for him straight up. You’ve drafted a tremendous team and don’t need to make any trades. I know it’s fun to mix it up and make some moves but a lot of times that’s how you screw things up for yourself.

  43. paulzone says:

    You are right. Thanks for the insight. Next draft on Friday with IDP…

  44. John Benes says:

    I used your strategy for my draft today. My scoring is similar to yours. Standard + 0.5 for receptions. No Flex. 1 QB, 3 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE, 1K, 1 TD, 6 BN. I was picking from the 10th spot. Here’s how it went down.

    Rd 1 WR – Andre Johnson (Feel lucky I landed him at 10)
    Rd 2 WR – Miles Austin (plz no fluke)
    Rd 3 RB – Pierre Thomas
    Rd 4 TE – Dallas Cark (reach?)
    Rd 5 WR – Wes Welker (at 58? I’ll take him)
    Rd 6 QB – Jay Cutler (Don’t feel good bout this pk)
    Rd 7 RB – CJ Spiller
    Rd 8 RB – Arian Foster
    Rd 9 QB – Donovan McNabb (wanted Cutler insurance)
    Rd 10 WR – Bernard Berrian
    Rd 11 DEF – Minny
    Rd 12 RB – Michael Bush
    Rd 13 WR – Laurent Robinson
    Rd 14 RB – Ladanian Tomlinson
    Rd 15 K – Jeff Reed

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