7.01 @FDC_Mike Clay RB Tim Hightower
7.02 @mschauf63 QB Matt Ryan
7.03 @DanielCondeNY WR Steve Breaston
7.04 @TheTonyCincotta QB Donovan McNabb
7.05 @FFSpin WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh
7.06 @RookieBlitz RB Donald Brown
7.07 @FSG_BrianJ QB Carson Palmer
7.08 @Gridironguy RB Marion Barber
7.09 @RedRum26 RB Chester Taylor
7.10 @Chetrazzball TE Zach Miller
7.11 @FatKat52 RB Carnell Williams
7.12 @h2h_Corner TE Chris Cooley
7.13 @realanakin QB Alex Smith
7.14 @fantasysprtsdsh WR Antonio Bryant
7.15 @Fantasytaz TE Kellen Winslow
7.16 Rubberduck WR Santonio Holmes
104 overall is a very good spot to grab Marion Barber. Even if Felix Jones is healthy all season the Barbarian will still get his work in, plus goal line looks.
I have always been a big fan of Antonio Bryant’s, but he just hasn’t been able to stay healthy or out of trouble. I always seem to give him the benefit of the doubt based on his ability and if you can get him late, I see no reason not to give him a shot.
Bryant’s season will hinge on Carson Palmer’s, which I think is a slight problem. Palmer could turn things around, but I don’t want to be the one who banks on it.
Donald Brown at 102 is a bargain. I see him outperforming Addai as the season progresses.
There’s been a lot of love going around for Fred Davis, but unless Chris Cooley exposes himself to coach Shanahan while on a live web cam he should still be the lead TE. I do worry a little about Davis cutting into his production, but just a little. As you can see I picked a TE before Cooley went and that was Mr. Zachary Miller who I am very confident will live up to his hype this season.
8.01 Rubberduck WR Julian Edelman
8.02 @Fantasytaz RB Bernard Scott
8.05 @h2h_Corner WR Malcom Floyd
8.06 @FatKat52 WR Jabar Gaffney
8.07 @Chetrazzball WR Devin Aromashodu
8.08 @RedRum26 WR Lee Evans
8.09 @Gridironguy RB Steve Slaton
8.10 @FSG_BrianJ RB LaDainian Tomlinson
8.11 @RookieBlitz TE Heath Miller
8.12 @FFSpin TE Visanthe Shiancoe
8.13 @TheTonyCincotta RB Laurence Maroney
8.16 @FDC_Mike Clay WR Austin Collie
Bernard Scott was taken about the time the Cedric Benson news was coming out. It’s hard not to think that was the impetus for the pick. It now looks like Cedric the Offender won’t be suspended, which I think drops Scott further down the list.
Brandon Tate is a boom or bust pick with a crowded receiving group in New England, but he has a ton of talent. I just worry that Holt, Edelman, and Welker will keep his production down this season.
I can see the appeal of Tomlinson behind that Jets line, but I just don’t believe he has anything left. I rather go for an upside pick than an over the hill on the downside pick.
I’ve been thinking about writing a post about drafting Big Ben as your backup QB, but I’ve had other things to do like not sexually assault college co-eds and not have greasy douche-hair. But in reality and fantasy, he can be had cheap and will probably only miss 4 games. So I’ll be looking to grab him; not that way you pervs.
Steve Slaton is a nice flier in PPR leagues. Last year during his horrible season he was decent out of the backfield receiving. The Texans RB situation is fluid and even if Slaton is just a third down back, Schaub will get him plenty of work.
So my third wide receiver Devin Aromashodu might end up as the third receiver on his own team. I believe the Bears receivers will all get plenty of work and Aroma should sniff the ball around the endzone more than Knox and Hester.