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					2011 Fantasy Football Downloadable Draft Kit
Draft Preparation Guide | football.cbssports.com
Updated: August 12, 2011
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Table Of Contents
Top 200 ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4


Player Rankings/Auction Values ....................................................................................................................................................5-7


Points per Reception (PPR) Player Rankings .................................................................................................................................. 8


Dave Richard’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet ............................................................................................................................................. 9


Jamey Eisenberg’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet .................................................................................................................................... 10


2011 Projections ......................................................................................................................................................................... 11-21


Player Profiles ............................................................................................................................................................................. 22-66


2010 Final Statistics ................................................................................................................................................................... 67-73


2010 Red Zone Statistics ........................................................................................................................................................... 74-75


2010 Yards from Scrimmage Leaders ............................................................................................................................................ 76


2010 Targets Leaders ....................................................................................................................................................................... 77


2010 Total Touches Leaders ........................................................................................................................................................... 78




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Top 200
Dave Richard
1. Chris Johnson, RB, TEN ...................... Bye: 6       41. Marques Colston, WR, NO ............... Bye: 11          81. Beanie Wells, RB, ARI........................ Bye: 6          121. Tony Gonzalez, TE, ATL .................. Bye: 8             161. Ronnie Brown, RB, PHI .................... Bye: 7
2. Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN .................... Bye: 9       42. Peyton Hillis, RB, CLE ........................ Bye: 5   82. Eli Manning, QB, NYG ........................ Bye: 7          122. Marcedes Lewis, TE, JAC ................ Bye: 9              162. Aaron Hernandez, TE, NE ................ Bye: 7
3. Arian Foster, RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 11      43. Matt Schaub, QB, HOU .................... Bye: 11        83. Mike Tolbert, RB, SD.......................... Bye: 6         123. Malcom Floyd, WR, SD .................... Bye: 6             163. Neil Rackers, K, HOU ..................... Bye: 11
4. Ray Rice, RB, BAL ............................... Bye: 5   44. Ryan Mathews, RB, SD ...................... Bye: 6       84. Michael Bush, RB, OAK ..................... Bye: 8            124. Packers DST .................................... Bye: 8      164. Justin Forsett, RB, SEA .................... Bye: 6
5. Jamaal Charles, RB, KC....................... Bye: 6       45. Antonio Gates, TE, SD ....................... Bye: 6     85. Mike Thomas, WR, JAC ..................... Bye: 9             125. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 8   165. Leon Washington, RB, SEA.............. Bye: 6
6. LeSean McCoy, RB, PHI ...................... Bye: 7        46. Matt Ryan, QB, ATL ........................... Bye: 8    86. Julio Jones, WR, ATL ......................... Bye: 8         126. Brandon Pettigrew, TE, DET............. Bye: 9               166. Marion Barber, RB, CHI .................... Bye: 8
7. Darren McFadden, RB, OAK ................ Bye: 8           47. Santonio Holmes, WR, NYJ................ Bye: 8          87. Darren Sproles, RB, NO ................... Bye: 11            127. Jimmy Graham, TE, NO ................. Bye: 11               167. Anthony Dixon, RB, SF ..................... Bye: 7
8. Michael Turner, RB, ATL ...................... Bye: 8      48. Dez Bryant, WR, DAL......................... Bye: 5      88. Robert Meachem, WR, NO ............... Bye: 11                128. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 7     168. Mason Crosby, K, GB ....................... Bye: 8
9. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, JAC ............. Bye: 9           49. Dallas Clark, TE, IND ....................... Bye: 11    89. Austin Collie, WR, IND ..................... Bye: 11          129. Willis McGahee, RB, DEN ................ Bye: 6              169. Jason Hill, WR, JAC ......................... Bye: 9
10. Steven Jackson, RB, STL................... Bye: 5         50. Jason Witten, TE, DAL ....................... Bye: 5     90. Ryan Torain, RB, WAS ....................... Bye: 5           130. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 7    170. Devin Hester, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8
11. Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB ..................... Bye: 8        51. Shonn Greene, RB, NYJ .................... Bye: 8        91. Jerome Simpson, WR, CIN................. Bye: 7               131. LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, NYJ......... Bye: 8                 171. Sebastian Janikowski, K, OAK.......... Bye: 8
12. Michael Vick, QB, PHI ........................ Bye: 7     52. DeAngelo Williams, RB, CAR ............. Bye: 9          92. Hines Ward, WR, PIT ....................... Bye: 11           132. Matt Cassel, QB, KC ........................ Bye: 6          172. Eddie Royal, WR, DEN..................... Bye: 6
13. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU................ Bye: 11            53. Percy Harvin, WR, MIN ...................... Bye: 9      93. Kellen Winslow, TE, TB ...................... Bye: 8          133. Chris Cooley, TE, WAS .................... Bye: 5            173. Kevin Walter, WR, HOU ................. Bye: 11
14. Roddy White, WR, ATL ...................... Bye: 8        54. Anquan Boldin, WR, BAL ................... Bye: 5        94. Lance Moore, WR, NO ..................... Bye: 11             134. Zach Miller, TE, SEA ........................ Bye: 6         174. Mike Williams, WR, SEA................... Bye: 6
15. Tom Brady, QB, NE............................ Bye: 7      55. Wes Welker, WR, NE ......................... Bye: 7      95. DeMarco Murray, RB, DAL ................. Bye: 5              135. Ricky Williams, RB, BAL ................... Bye: 5           175. Brian Westbrook, RB, UFA .......... Bye: TBD
16. Matt Forte, RB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8   56. Brandon Lloyd, WR, DEN ................... Bye: 6        96. Danny Woodhead, RB, NE ................. Bye: 7               136. Nate Burleson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9             176. Cadillac Williams, RB, STL ............... Bye: 5
17. Frank Gore, RB, SF............................ Bye: 7     57. Vernon Davis, TE, SF ......................... Bye: 7    97. James Starks, RB, GB........................ Bye: 8           137. Jacoby Jones, WR, HOU ................ Bye: 11               177. Josh Brown, K, STL.......................... Bye: 5
18. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, PIT .......... Bye: 11            58. Jahvid Best, RB, DET ......................... Bye: 9    98. Jay Cutler, QB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8       138. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8     178. Benjamin Watson, TE, CLE .............. Bye: 5
19. Peyton Manning, QB, IND ................ Bye: 11          59. Ryan Grant, RB, GB ........................... Bye: 8    99. Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE .................... Bye: 7            139. Roy Helu, RB, WAS.......................... Bye: 5           179. Stephen Gostkowski, K, NE .............. Bye: 7
20. Drew Brees, QB, NO ........................ Bye: 11       60. Steve Johnson, WR, BUF ................... Bye: 7        100. Matthew Stafford, QB, DET .............. Bye: 9              140. Jason Snelling, RB, ATL ................... Bye: 8           180. Jordan Shipley, WR, CIN .................. Bye: 7
21. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9         61. Fred Jackson, RB, BUF ...................... Bye: 7      101. Reggie Bush, RB, MIA...................... Bye: 5            141. Louis Murphy, WR, OAK................... Bye: 8              181. Titus Young, WR, DET ..................... Bye: 9
22. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, NYG............... Bye: 7             62. Felix Jones, RB, DAL ......................... Bye: 5    102. Pierre Thomas, RB, NO .................. Bye: 11             142. Lee Evans, WR, BAL ........................ Bye: 5           182. Steve Breaston, WR, KC .................. Bye: 6
23. Greg Jennings, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8        63. Mario Manningham, WR, NYG ........... Bye: 7             103. Rashad Jennings, RB, JAC .............. Bye: 9               143. Derrick Mason, WR, NYJ .................. Bye: 8             183. LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB, ARI... Bye: 6
24. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI ................... Bye: 6      64. Mark Ingram, RB, NO ....................... Bye: 11      104. Tim Hightower, RB, WAS ................. Bye: 5              144. Torrey Smith, WR, BAL .................... Bye: 5            184. Correll Buckhalter, RB, DEN ............. Bye: 6
25. Mike Wallace, WR, PIT..................... Bye: 11        65. Kenny Britt, WR, TEN......................... Bye: 6     105. Jacoby Ford, WR, OAK .................... Bye: 8             145. Brian Robiskie, WR, CLE.................. Bye: 5             185. Montario Hardesty, RB, CLE............. Bye: 5
26. Philip Rivers, QB, SD ......................... Bye: 6    66. Pierre Garcon, WR, IND ................... Bye: 11       106. Danny Amendola, WR, STL .............. Bye: 5                146. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, ATL .............. Bye: 8              186. David Buehler, K, DAL...................... Bye: 5
27. Reggie Wayne, WR, IND .................. Bye: 11          67. Daniel Thomas, RB, MIA .................... Bye: 5       107. Braylon Edwards, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7              147. Ben Tate, RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 11           187. Tashard Choice, RB, DAL ................ Bye: 5
28. Hakeem Nicks, WR, NYG ................... Bye: 7          68. Jonathan Stewart, RB, CAR ............... Bye: 9         108. James Jones, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8             148. Giants DST ...................................... Bye: 7     188. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 5
29. Knowshon Moreno, RB, DEN ............. Bye: 6             69. Joseph Addai, RB, IND..................... Bye: 11       109. Deion Branch, WR, NE ..................... Bye: 7            149. Brent Celek, TE, PHI ........................ Bye: 7         189. Kevin Boss, TE, OAK ....................... Bye: 8
30. Cedric Benson, RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 7       70. Sidney Rice, WR, SEA ....................... Bye: 6      110. Davone Bess, WR, MIA .................... Bye: 5             150. Isaac Redman, RB, PIT .................. Bye: 11             190. Matt Bryant, K, ATL .......................... Bye: 8
31. Brandon Marshall, WR, MIA ............... Bye: 5          71. Marshawn Lynch, RB, SEA ................ Bye: 6          111. A.J. Green, WR, CIN ........................ Bye: 7          151. Chargers DST .................................. Bye: 6       191. Josh Morgan, WR, SF ...................... Bye: 7
32. Dwayne Bowe, WR, KC...................... Bye: 6          72. Owen Daniels, TE, HOU................... Bye: 11         112. Plaxico Burress, WR, NYJ ................ Bye: 8             152. Mike Sims-Walker, WR, STL ............ Bye: 5                192. Nate Washington, WR, TEN ............. Bye: 6
33. Mike Williams, WR, TB ....................... Bye: 8      73. Josh Freeman, QB, TB....................... Bye: 8       113. Steelers DST .................................. Bye: 11      153. Johnny Knox, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8            193. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 5
34. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, NE .......... Bye: 7           74. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, PIT ............ Bye: 11         114. Sam Bradford, QB, STL.................... Bye: 5             154. Donald Driver, WR, GB..................... Bye: 8            194. Bernard Berrian, WR, MIN ................ Bye: 9
35. Vincent Jackson, WR, SD .................. Bye: 6         75. Santana Moss, WR, WAS .................. Bye: 5          115. Roy Williams, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8           155. Greg Olsen, TE, CAR ....................... Bye: 9           195. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 11
36. Tony Romo, QB, DAL......................... Bye: 5        76. Jermichael Finley, TE, GB .................. Bye: 8      116. Michael Crabtree, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7             156. Arrelious Benn, WR, TB.................... Bye: 8            196. Anthony Armstrong, WR, WAS ......... Bye: 5
37. Miles Austin, WR, DAL ....................... Bye: 5      77. Steve Smith, WR, CAR....................... Bye: 9       117. Joe Flacco, QB, BAL ........................ Bye: 5          157. Jordy Nelson, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8            197. Blair White, WR, IND ...................... Bye: 11
38. DeSean Jackson, WR, PHI................. Bye: 7           78. Chad Ochocinco, WR, NE .................. Bye: 7         118. C.J. Spiller, RB, BUF ........................ Bye: 7        158. Tim Tebow, QB, DEN ....................... Bye: 6            198. Garrett Hartley, K, NO .................... Bye: 11
39. Jeremy Maclin, WR, PHI .................... Bye: 7        79. Ryan Williams, RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6     119. Maurice Morris, RB, DET .................. Bye: 9            159. Kevin Kolb, QB, ARI ......................... Bye: 6         199. David Akers, K, SF ........................... Bye: 7
40. LeGarrette Blount, RB, TB .................. Bye: 8       80. Brandon Jacobs, RB, NYG ................. Bye: 7         120. Thomas Jones, RB, KC .................... Bye: 6             160. Brandon Jackson, RB, CLE .............. Bye: 5               200. Patrick Crayton, WR, SD .................. Bye: 6




Jamey Eisenberg
1. Arian Foster, RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 11      41. DeSean Jackson, WR, PHI................. Bye: 7          81. Michael Bush, RB, OAK ..................... Bye: 8            121. Javon Ringer, RB, TEN .................... Bye: 6            161. Delone Carter, RB, IND .................. Bye: 11
2. Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN .................... Bye: 9       42. Dwayne Bowe, WR, KC...................... Bye: 6         82. Ryan Williams, RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6          122. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 5        162. Mike Sims-Walker, WR, STL ............ Bye: 5
3. Chris Johnson, RB, TEN ...................... Bye: 6       43. Brandon Marshall, WR, MIA ............... Bye: 5         83. Jimmy Graham, TE, NO ................... Bye: 11              123. Tony Gonzalez, TE, ATL .................. Bye: 8             163. Nate Burleson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9
4. Jamaal Charles, RB, KC....................... Bye: 6       44. Mike Williams, WR, TB ....................... Bye: 8     84. Willis McGahee, RB, DEN .................. Bye: 6             124. A.J. Green, WR, CIN ........................ Bye: 7          164. David Garrard, QB, JAC ................... Bye: 9
5. Ray Rice, RB, BAL ............................... Bye: 5   45. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, PIT ............ Bye: 11         85. Pierre Thomas, RB, NO .................... Bye: 11            125. Hines Ward, WR, PIT ..................... Bye: 11            165. Malcom Floyd, WR, SD .................... Bye: 6
6. LeSean McCoy, RB, PHI ...................... Bye: 7        46. Ryan Mathews, RB, SD ...................... Bye: 6       86. Jay Cutler, QB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8       126. Kevin Kolb, QB, ARI ......................... Bye: 6         166. Louis Murphy, WR, OAK................... Bye: 8
7. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU ................. Bye: 11           47. Antonio Gates, TE, SD ....................... Bye: 6     87. DeMarco Murray, RB, DAL ................. Bye: 5              127. Zach Miller, TE, SEA ........................ Bye: 6         167. Mike Williams, WR, SEA................... Bye: 6
8. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, JAC ............. Bye: 9           48. Daniel Thomas, RB, MIA .................... Bye: 5       88. Tim Hightower, RB, WAS ................... Bye: 5             128. Danny Amendola, WR, STL .............. Bye: 5                168. Kendall Hunter, RB, SF .................... Bye: 7
9. Darren McFadden, RB, OAK ................ Bye: 8           49. Mark Ingram, RB, NO ....................... Bye: 11      89. Chad Ochocinco, WR, NE .................. Bye: 7              129. Robert Meachem, WR, NO ............. Bye: 11                 169. Chargers DST .................................. Bye: 6
10. Michael Vick, QB, PHI ........................ Bye: 7     50. Dallas Clark, TE, IND ....................... Bye: 11    90. Sidney Rice, WR, SEA ....................... Bye: 6           130. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8     170. Justin Forsett, RB, SEA .................... Bye: 6
11. Michael Turner, RB, ATL .................... Bye: 8       51. Ryan Grant, RB, GB ........................... Bye: 8    91. Matthew Stafford, QB, DET ................ Bye: 9             131. Jerome Simpson, WR, CIN............... Bye: 7                171. Shane Vereen, RB, NE..................... Bye: 7
12. Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB ..................... Bye: 8        52. Felix Jones, RB, DAL ......................... Bye: 5    92. Rashad Jennings, RB, JAC ................ Bye: 9              132. Davone Bess, WR, MIA .................... Bye: 5             172. Greg Little, WR, CLE ........................ Bye: 5
13. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9         53. Jeremy Maclin, WR, PHI .................... Bye: 7       93. Steve Smith, WR, CAR....................... Bye: 9            133. Marcedes Lewis, TE, JAC ................ Bye: 9              173. Lee Evans, WR, BAL ........................ Bye: 5
14. Roddy White, WR, ATL ...................... Bye: 8        54. Jason Witten, TE, DAL ....................... Bye: 5     94. James Starks, RB, GB........................ Bye: 8           134. Roy Williams, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8           174. Greg Olsen, TE, CAR ....................... Bye: 9
15. Tom Brady, QB, NE............................ Bye: 7      55. Josh Freeman, QB, TB....................... Bye: 8       95. Kenny Britt, WR, TEN ......................... Bye: 6         135. Matt Cassel, QB, KC ........................ Bye: 6          175. Tashard Choice, RB, DAL ................ Bye: 5
16. Steven Jackson, RB, STL................... Bye: 5         56. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, NE .......... Bye: 7          96. Santana Moss, WR, WAS................... Bye: 5               136. James Jones, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8             176. Bernard Scott, RB, CIN..................... Bye: 7
17. Frank Gore, RB, SF............................ Bye: 7     57. Mike Tolbert, RB, SD.......................... Bye: 6    97. LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, NYJ .......... Bye: 8                137. Steve Breaston, WR, KC .................. Bye: 6             177. Matt Hasselbeck, QB, TEN ............... Bye: 6
18. Drew Brees, QB, NO ........................ Bye: 11       58. Marques Colston, WR, NO ............... Bye: 11          98. Danny Woodhead, RB, NE ................. Bye: 7               138. Lance Moore, WR, NO ................... Bye: 11              178. Matt Bryant, K, ATL .......................... Bye: 8
19. Peyton Manning, QB, IND ................ Bye: 11          59. Dez Bryant, WR, DAL......................... Bye: 5      99. Plaxico Burress, WR, NYJ .................. Bye: 8            139. Kyle Orton, QB, DEN ........................ Bye: 6          179. Derrick Mason, WR, NYJ .................. Bye: 8
20. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, PIT .......... Bye: 11            60. Wes Welker, WR, NE ......................... Bye: 7      100. Braylon Edwards, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7              140. Toby Gerhart, RB, MIN ..................... Bye: 9           180. Earl Bennett, WR, CHI...................... Bye: 8
21. Hakeem Nicks, WR, NYG ................... Bye: 7          61. Jonathan Stewart, RB, CAR ............... Bye: 9         101. Mike Thomas, WR, JAC ................... Bye: 9              141. Darren Sproles, RB, NO ................. Bye: 11             181. Anthony Dixon, RB, SF ..................... Bye: 7
22. Matt Forte, RB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8   62. Jermichael Finley, TE, GB .................. Bye: 8      102. Steelers DST .................................. Bye: 11      142. Todd Heap, TE, ARI ......................... Bye: 6          182. Stephen Gostkowski, K, NE.............. Bye: 7
23. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI ................... Bye: 6      63. Santonio Holmes, WR, NYJ................ Bye: 8          103. Thomas Jones, RB, KC .................... Bye: 6             143. Michael Crabtree, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7             183. Donovan McNabb, QB, MIN ............. Bye: 9
24. Philip Rivers, QB, SD ......................... Bye: 6    64. Joseph Addai, RB, IND..................... Bye: 11       104. Ricky Williams, RB, BAL ................... Bye: 5           144. Jordy Nelson, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8            184. Giants DST ...................................... Bye: 7
25. Mike Wallace, WR, PIT..................... Bye: 11        65. Anquan Boldin, WR, BAL ................... Bye: 5        105. Packers DST .................................... Bye: 8      145. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 5      185. Brent Celek, TE, PHI ........................ Bye: 7
26. Reggie Wayne, WR, IND .................. Bye: 11          66. Vernon Davis, TE, SF ......................... Bye: 7    106. Donald Brown, RB, IND .................. Bye: 11             146. Reggie Bush, RB, MIA...................... Bye: 5            186. Garrett Hartley, K, NO .................... Bye: 11
27. LeGarrette Blount, RB, TB .................. Bye: 8       67. Marshawn Lynch, RB, SEA ................ Bye: 6          107. Isaac Redman, RB, PIT .................. Bye: 11             147. Cadillac Williams, RB, STL ............... Bye: 5            187. Ben Tate, RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 11
28. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, NYG............... Bye: 7             68. Brandon Lloyd, WR, DEN ................... Bye: 6        108. Sam Bradford, QB, STL.................... Bye: 5             148. Jacoby Ford, WR, OAK .................... Bye: 8             188. Sebastian Janikowski, K, OAK.......... Bye: 8
29. Greg Jennings, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8        69. Percy Harvin, WR, MIN ...................... Bye: 9      109. Jason Snelling, RB, ATL ................... Bye: 8           149. Johnny Knox, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8            189. Danario Alexander, WR, STL............ Bye: 5
30. Tony Romo, QB, DAL......................... Bye: 5        70. Eli Manning, QB, NYG ........................ Bye: 7     110. Roy Helu, RB, WAS.......................... Bye: 5           150. Mark Sanchez, QB, NYJ ................... Bye: 8             190. Nate Kaeding, K, SD ........................ Bye: 6
31. Vincent Jackson, WR, SD .................. Bye: 6         71. Fred Jackson, RB, BUF ...................... Bye: 7      111. Kellen Winslow, TE, TB .................... Bye: 8           151. Aaron Hernandez, TE, NE ................ Bye: 7              191. Torrey Smith, WR, BAL .................... Bye: 5
32. Matt Schaub, QB, HOU .................... Bye: 11         72. Steve Johnson, WR, BUF ................... Bye: 7        112. Julio Jones, WR, ATL ....................... Bye: 8          152. Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, BUF ................ Bye: 7            192. Montario Hardesty, RB, CLE............. Bye: 5
33. Peyton Hillis, RB, CLE ........................ Bye: 5    73. Owen Daniels, TE, HOU................... Bye: 11         113. Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE .................. Bye: 7             153. Marion Barber, RB, CHI .................... Bye: 8           193. Dan Carpenter, K, MIA ..................... Bye: 5
34. DeAngelo Williams, RB, CAR ............. Bye: 9           74. Austin Collie, WR, IND ..................... Bye: 11     114. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 8   154. Maurice Morris, RB, DET .................. Bye: 9            194. Dustin Keller, TE, NYJ ...................... Bye: 8
35. Matt Ryan, QB, ATL ........................... Bye: 8     75. Beanie Wells, RB, ARI........................ Bye: 6     115. Brandon Pettigrew, TE, DET............. Bye: 9               155. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 7    195. Cam Newton, QB, CAR .................... Bye: 9
36. Cedric Benson, RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 7       76. Ryan Torain, RB, WAS....................... Bye: 5       116. Chris Cooley, TE, WAS .................... Bye: 5            156. Stevan Ridley, RB, NE ..................... Bye: 7           196. Jamie Harper, RB, TEN .................... Bye: 6
37. Jahvid Best, RB, DET ......................... Bye: 9     77. Mario Manningham, WR, NYG ........... Bye: 7             117. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 7     157. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, ATL .............. Bye: 8              197. Neil Rackers, K, HOU ..................... Bye: 11
38. Miles Austin, WR, DAL ....................... Bye: 5      78. Pierre Garcon, WR, IND ................... Bye: 11       118. Deion Branch, WR, NE ..................... Bye: 7            158. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 11     198. LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB, ARI... Bye: 6
39. Knowshon Moreno, RB, DEN ............. Bye: 6             79. Brandon Jacobs, RB, NYG ................. Bye: 7         119. Ronnie Brown, RB, PHI .................... Bye: 7            159. Derrick Ward, RB, HOU .................. Bye: 11             199. Kevin Boss, TE, OAK ....................... Bye: 8
40. Shonn Greene, RB, NYJ .................... Bye: 8         80. Joe Flacco, QB, BAL .......................... Bye: 5    120. C.J. Spiller, RB, BUF ........................ Bye: 7        160. Brandon Jackson, RB, CLE .............. Bye: 5               200. Josh Brown, K, STL.......................... Bye: 5




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Player Rankings/Auction Values
Quarterbacks
Dave Richard                                                                                                                        Jamey Eisenberg
1. Aaron Rodgers, GB..................... Bye: 8......$21         17. Matt Cassel, KC ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $2    1. Michael Vick, PHI ........................ Bye: 7 ..... $23     17. Kevin Kolb, ARI ......................... Bye: 6 ....... $3
2. Michael Vick, PHI ........................ Bye: 7......$20     18. Kevin Kolb, ARI ......................... Bye: 6 ....... $2   2. Aaron Rodgers, GB ..................... Bye: 8 ..... $22        18. Matt Cassel, KC ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $2
3. Tom Brady, NE ........................... Bye: 7......$20      19. Kyle Orton, DEN ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $1    3. Tom Brady, NE ............................ Bye: 7 ..... $20     19. Kyle Orton, DEN ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $1
4. Peyton Manning, IND ................. Bye: 11.....$17          20. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF ............... Bye: 7 ....... $1       4. Drew Brees, NO ......................... Bye: 11 .... $19       20. Mark Sanchez, NYJ ................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
5. Drew Brees, NO ......................... Bye: 11.....$17       21. Mark Sanchez, NYJ .................. Bye: 8 ....... $1        5. Peyton Manning, IND ................. Bye: 11 .... $18          21. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF................ Bye: 7 ....... $1
6. Philip Rivers, SD ......................... Bye: 6......$17    22. Donovan McNabb, MIN ............. Bye: 9 ....... $1           6. Philip Rivers, SD ......................... Bye: 6 ..... $17    22. David Garrard, JAC ................... Bye: 9 ....... $1
7. Tony Romo, DAL ........................ Bye: 5......$14        23. Cam Newton, CAR .................... Bye: 9 ....... $1        7. Tony Romo, DAL ......................... Bye: 5 ..... $15       23. Matt Hasselbeck, TEN ............... Bye: 6 ....... $1
8. Matt Schaub, HOU ..................... Bye: 11.....$12         24. Jason Campbell, OAK ............... Bye: 8 ....... $0         8. Matt Schaub, HOU ..................... Bye: 11 .... $14         24. Donovan McNabb, MIN ............. Bye: 9 ....... $1
9. Matt Ryan, ATL ........................... Bye: 8......$12     25. Matt Hasselbeck, TEN .............. Bye: 6 ....... $0         9. Matt Ryan, ATL ........................... Bye: 8 ..... $12     25. Jason Campbell, OAK ............... Bye: 8 ....... $0
10. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ........... Bye: 11.....$10           26. Alex Smith, SF .......................... Bye: 7 ....... $0   10. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ........... Bye: 11 .... $10           26. Cam Newton, CAR .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
11. Josh Freeman, TB .................... Bye: 8........$7        27. Rex Grossman, WAS ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0          11. Josh Freeman, TB ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $9       27. Colt McCoy, CLE ....................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
12. Eli Manning, NYG ..................... Bye: 7........$6       28. David Garrard, JAC ................... Bye: 9 ....... $0      12. Eli Manning, NYG ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $8      28. Alex Smith, SF ........................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
13. Jay Cutler, CHI .......................... Bye: 8........$4   29. Chad Henne, MIA...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0       13. Joe Flacco, BAL ........................ Bye: 5 ....... $7     29. Chad Henne, MIA ...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
14. Matthew Stafford, DET .............. Bye: 9........$4         30. Colt McCoy, CLE....................... Bye: 5 ....... $0      14. Jay Cutler, CHI .......................... Bye: 8 ....... $6   30. Andy Dalton, CIN ....................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
15. Sam Bradford, STL ................... Bye: 5........$4        31. Tarvaris Jackson, SEA .............. Bye: 6 ....... $0        15. Matthew Stafford, DET .............. Bye: 9 ....... $5         31. Tarvaris Jackson, SEA .............. Bye: 6 ....... $0
16. Joe Flacco, BAL ........................ Bye: 5........$3     32. Andy Dalton, CIN ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $0     16. Sam Bradford, STL.................... Bye: 5 ....... $4        32. Rex Grossman, WAS ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0




Running Backs
Dave Richard                                                                                                                        Jamey Eisenberg
1. Chris Johnson, TEN .................... Bye: 6......$38        41. Danny Woodhead, NE .............. Bye: 7 ....... $2           1. Arian Foster, HOU ...................... Bye: 11 .... $35       41. Tim Hightower, WAS ................. Bye: 5 ....... $2
2. Adrian Peterson, MIN .................. Bye: 9......$38        42. James Starks, GB ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $2      2. Adrian Peterson, MIN .................. Bye: 9 ..... $34        42. Rashad Jennings, JAC .............. Bye: 9 ....... $2
3. Arian Foster, HOU ..................... Bye: 11.....$36        43. Reggie Bush, MIA ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $2      3. Chris Johnson, TEN .................... Bye: 6 ..... $33        43. James Starks, GB...................... Bye: 8 ....... $2
4. Ray Rice, BAL............................. Bye: 5......$33     44. Pierre Thomas, NO .................. Bye: 11 ...... $2        4. Jamaal Charles, KC .................... Bye: 6 ..... $31        44. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ........ Bye: 8 ....... $2
5. Jamaal Charles, KC .................... Bye: 6......$33        45. Rashad Jennings, JAC .............. Bye: 9 ....... $2         5. Ray Rice, BAL ............................. Bye: 5 ..... $30    45. Danny Woodhead, NE ............... Bye: 7 ....... $1
6. LeSean McCoy, PHI ................... Bye: 7......$30          46. Tim Hightower, WAS ................. Bye: 5 ....... $2        6. LeSean McCoy, PHI .................... Bye: 7 ..... $26         46. Thomas Jones, KC .................... Bye: 6 ....... $1
7. Darren McFadden, OAK.............. Bye: 8......$27             47. C.J. Spiller, BUF........................ Bye: 7 ....... $2   7. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC ........... Bye: 9 ..... $25            47. Ricky Williams, BAL................... Bye: 5 ....... $1
8. Michael Turner, ATL ................... Bye: 8......$24        48. Maurice Morris, DET ................. Bye: 9 ....... $1       8. Darren McFadden, OAK .............. Bye: 8 ..... $24            48. Donald Brown, IND ................... Bye: 11 ...... $1
9. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC .......... Bye: 9......$23             49. Thomas Jones, KC .................... Bye: 6 ....... $1       9. Michael Turner, ATL .................... Bye: 8 ..... $22       49. Isaac Redman, PIT ................... Bye: 11 ...... $1
10. Steven Jackson, STL ................ Bye: 5......$22          50. Willis McGahee, DEN ................ Bye: 6 ....... $1        10. Steven Jackson, STL ................ Bye: 5 ..... $20          50. Jason Snelling, ATL................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
11. Matt Forte, CHI ......................... Bye: 8......$22     51. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ........ Bye: 8 ....... $1           11. Frank Gore, SF.......................... Bye: 7 ..... $20      51. Roy Helu, WAS ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $1
12. Frank Gore, SF ......................... Bye: 7......$20      52. Ricky Williams, BAL .................. Bye: 5 ....... $1      12. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ......... Bye: 11 .... $19             52. Ronnie Brown, PHI .................... Bye: 7 ....... $1
13. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ........ Bye: 11.....$20              53. Roy Helu, WAS ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $1     13. Matt Forte, CHI .......................... Bye: 8 ..... $18    53. C.J. Spiller, BUF ........................ Bye: 7 ....... $1
14. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ............ Bye: 7......$18              54. Jason Snelling, ATL .................. Bye: 8 ....... $1      14. LeGarrette Blount, TB ............... Bye: 8 ..... $17         54. Javon Ringer, TEN .................... Bye: 6 ....... $1
15. Knowshon Moreno, DEN........... Bye: 6......$17               55. Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL ............. Bye: 8 ....... $0         15. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ............ Bye: 7 ..... $16              55. Toby Gerhart, MIN ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $1
16. Cedric Benson, CIN .................. Bye: 7......$17         56. Ben Tate, HOU......................... Bye: 11 ...... $0      16. Peyton Hillis, CLE...................... Bye: 5 ..... $15      56. Darren Sproles, NO .................. Bye: 11 ...... $1
17. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE ....... Bye: 7......$15             57. Isaac Redman, PIT .................. Bye: 11 ...... $0        17. DeAngelo Williams, CAR ........... Bye: 9 ..... $14            57. Reggie Bush, MIA...................... Bye: 5 ....... $1
18. LeGarrette Blount, TB ............... Bye: 8......$14         58. Brandon Jackson, CLE ............. Bye: 5 ....... $0          18. Cedric Benson, CIN................... Bye: 7 ..... $13         58. Cadillac Williams, STL ............... Bye: 5 ....... $1
19. Peyton Hillis, CLE ..................... Bye: 5......$15      59. Ronnie Brown, PHI .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0      19. Jahvid Best, DET....................... Bye: 9 ..... $13       59. Marion Barber, CHI.................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
20. Ryan Mathews, SD ................... Bye: 6......$14          60. Justin Forsett, SEA ................... Bye: 6 ....... $0     20. Knowshon Moreno, DEN ........... Bye: 6 ..... $12              60. Maurice Morris, DET.................. Bye: 9 ....... $1
21. Shonn Greene, NYJ .................. Bye: 8......$12          61. Leon Washington, SEA ............. Bye: 6 ....... $0          21. Shonn Greene, NYJ .................. Bye: 8 ..... $12          61. Stevan Ridley, NE ..................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
22. DeAngelo Williams, CAR .......... Bye: 9......$11             62. Marion Barber, CHI ................... Bye: 8 ....... $0      22. Ryan Mathews, SD.................... Bye: 6 ..... $11          62. Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL ............. Bye: 8 ....... $0
23. Jahvid Best, DET ...................... Bye: 9......$11       63. Anthony Dixon, SF .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0      23. Daniel Thomas, MIA .................. Bye: 5 ..... $11         63. Derrick Ward, HOU................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
24. Ryan Grant, GB ........................ Bye: 8......$10       64. Brian Westbrook, UFA ............Bye: TBD .... $0             24. Mark Ingram, NO ...................... Bye: 11 .... $11        64. Brandon Jackson, CLE .............. Bye: 5 ....... $0
25. Fred Jackson, BUF ................... Bye: 7......$10         65. Cadillac Williams, STL .............. Bye: 5 ....... $0       25. Ryan Grant, GB ......................... Bye: 8 ..... $10      65. Delone Carter, IND ................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
26. Felix Jones, DAL ....................... Bye: 5........$9     66. LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI.. Bye: 6 ....... $0               26. Felix Jones, DAL ....................... Bye: 5 ....... $9     66. Kendall Hunter, SF .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
27. Mark Ingram, NO ..................... Bye: 11.......$9        67. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ............ Bye: 6 ....... $0        27. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE........ Bye: 7 ....... $9            67. Justin Forsett, SEA .................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
28. Daniel Thomas, MIA.................. Bye: 5........$8         68. Montario Hardesty, CLE ............ Bye: 5 ....... $0         28. Mike Tolbert, SD........................ Bye: 6 ....... $8     68. Shane Vereen, NE..................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
29. Jonathan Stewart, CAR............. Bye: 9........$7           69. Tashard Choice, DAL ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0        29. Jonathan Stewart, CAR ............. Bye: 9 ....... $8          69. Tashard Choice, DAL ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0
30. Joseph Addai, IND ................... Bye: 11.......$7        70. Taiwan Jones, OAK .................. Bye: 8 ....... $0        30. Joseph Addai, IND ................... Bye: 11 ...... $7        70. Bernard Scott, CIN .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
31. Marshawn Lynch, SEA .............. Bye: 6........$6           71. Kevin Smith, UFA ....................Bye: TBD .... $0         31. Marshawn Lynch, SEA .............. Bye: 6 ....... $7           71. Anthony Dixon, SF..................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
32. Ryan Williams, ARI ................... Bye: 6........$4       72. Delone Carter, IND ................... Bye: 11 ...... $0      32. Fred Jackson, BUF.................... Bye: 7 ....... $6        72. Ben Tate, HOU ......................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
33. Brandon Jacobs, NYG .............. Bye: 7........$3           73. Marcel Reece, OAK .................. Bye: 8 ....... $0        33. Beanie Wells, ARI ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $5      73. Montario Hardesty, CLE ............ Bye: 5 ....... $0
34. Beanie Wells, ARI ..................... Bye: 6........$3      74. Bernard Scott, CIN .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0     34. Ryan Torain, WAS..................... Bye: 5 ....... $5        74. Jamie Harper, TEN .................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
35. Mike Tolbert, SD ....................... Bye: 6........$3     75. Stevan Ridley, NE ..................... Bye: 7 ....... $0     35. Brandon Jacobs, NYG............... Bye: 7 ....... $5           75. LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI .. Bye: 6 ....... $0
36. Michael Bush, OAK ................... Bye: 8........$3        76. Le'Ron McClain, KC .................. Bye: 6 ....... $0       36. Michael Bush, OAK ................... Bye: 8 ....... $4        76. Joe McKnight, NYJ .................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
37. Darren Sproles, NO.................. Bye: 11.......$2         77. Toby Gerhart, MIN .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0      37. Ryan Williams, ARI .................... Bye: 6 ....... $4      77. Jordan Todman, SD .................. Bye: 6 ....... $0
38. Ryan Torain, WAS .................... Bye: 5........$2        78. Kendall Hunter, SF .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0     38. Willis McGahee, DEN ................ Bye: 6 ....... $3         78. Alex Green, GB ......................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
39. Donald Brown, IND .................. Bye: 11.......$2         79. Mike Goodson, CAR ................. Bye: 9 ....... $0         39. Pierre Thomas, NO .................. Bye: 11 ...... $3         79. Taiwan Jones, OAK ................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
40. DeMarco Murray, DAL .............. Bye: 5........$2           80. Mewelde Moore, PIT ................ Bye: 11 ...... $0         40. DeMarco Murray, DAL............... Bye: 5 ....... $3           80. Mike Goodson, CAR .................. Bye: 9 ....... $0




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Wide Receivers
Dave Richard                                                                                                                       Jamey Eisenberg
1. Andre Johnson, HOU ................. Bye: 11.....$20         41. James Jones, GB ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $2       1. Andre Johnson, HOU ................. Bye: 11 .... $22          41. Jerome Simpson, CIN ............... Bye: 7 ....... $1
2. Roddy White, ATL ....................... Bye: 8......$20     42. Deion Branch, NE ..................... Bye: 7 ....... $2       2. Calvin Johnson, DET................... Bye: 9 ..... $21        42. Davone Bess, MIA ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $1
3. Calvin Johnson, DET .................. Bye: 9......$20       43. Davone Bess, MIA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $2        3. Roddy White, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 ..... $21      43. Roy Williams, CHI...................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
4. Greg Jennings, GB ..................... Bye: 8......$19      44. A.J. Green, CIN ......................... Bye: 7 ....... $2    4. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ................... Bye: 7 ..... $17         44. James Jones, GB ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................... Bye: 6......$19    45. Plaxico Burress, NYJ ................ Bye: 8 ....... $2        5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................... Bye: 6 ..... $16     45. Steve Breaston, KC ................... Bye: 6 ....... $1
6. Mike Wallace, PIT ...................... Bye: 11.....$18     46. Roy Williams, CHI ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $1      6. Mike Wallace, PIT ...................... Bye: 11 .... $15      46. Lance Moore, NO ..................... Bye: 11 ...... $1
7. Reggie Wayne, IND ................... Bye: 11.....$17        47. Michael Crabtree, SF ................ Bye: 7 ....... $1        7. Reggie Wayne, IND.................... Bye: 11 .... $15         47. Michael Crabtree, SF................. Bye: 7 ....... $1
8. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ................... Bye: 7......$16        48. Malcom Floyd, SD ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $1       8. Greg Jennings, GB ...................... Bye: 8 ..... $14      48. Jordy Nelson, GB ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
9. Brandon Marshall, MIA................ Bye: 5......$15        49. Nate Burleson, DET .................. Bye: 9 ....... $0        9. Vincent Jackson, SD ................... Bye: 6 ..... $14       49. Jacoby Ford, OAK ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
10. Dwayne Bowe, KC .................... Bye: 6......$15        50. Jacoby Jones, HOU ................. Bye: 11 ...... $0          10. Miles Austin, DAL ...................... Bye: 5 ..... $13     50. Johnny Knox, CHI...................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
11. Mike Williams, TB ..................... Bye: 8......$14     51. Louis Murphy, OAK ................... Bye: 8 ....... $0        11. DeSean Jackson, PHI ............... Bye: 7 ..... $13          51. Mike Sims-Walker, STL ............. Bye: 5 ....... $1
12. Vincent Jackson, SD ................. Bye: 6......$14       52. Lee Evans, BAL ........................ Bye: 5 ....... $0      12. Dwayne Bowe, KC .................... Bye: 6 ..... $12         52. Nate Burleson, DET................... Bye: 9 ....... $1
13. Miles Austin, DAL ...................... Bye: 5......$13    53. Derrick Mason, NYJ .................. Bye: 8 ....... $0        13. Brandon Marshall, MIA .............. Bye: 5 ..... $11         53. Malcom Floyd, SD ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $1
14. DeSean Jackson, PHI ............... Bye: 7......$13         54. Torrey Smith, BAL ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $0      14. Mike Williams, TB ...................... Bye: 8 ..... $11     54. Louis Murphy, OAK ................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
15. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................... Bye: 7......$13      55. Brian Robiskie, CLE .................. Bye: 5 ....... $0       15. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................... Bye: 7 ..... $10       55. Mike Williams, SEA ................... Bye: 6 ....... $1
16. Marques Colston, NO............... Bye: 11.....$11          56. Mike Sims-Walker, STL............. Bye: 5 ....... $0           16. Marques Colston, NO ............... Bye: 11 ...... $9         56. Greg Little, CLE ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
17. Santonio Holmes, NYJ .............. Bye: 8......$10         57. Johnny Knox, CHI ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $0       17. Dez Bryant, DAL........................ Bye: 5 ....... $9     57. Lee Evans, BAL ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
18. Dez Bryant, DAL ....................... Bye: 5......$10     58. Arrelious Benn, TB .................... Bye: 8 ....... $0      18. Wes Welker, NE ........................ Bye: 7 ....... $9     58. Derrick Mason, NYJ................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
19. Percy Harvin, MIN ..................... Bye: 9........$9    59. Donald Driver, GB ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $0      19. Santonio Holmes, NYJ .............. Bye: 8 ....... $8         59. Earl Bennett, CHI....................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
20. Anquan Boldin, BAL .................. Bye: 5........$9      60. Jordy Nelson, GB ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0      20. Anquan Boldin, BAL .................. Bye: 5 ....... $8       60. Danario Alexander, STL ............ Bye: 5 ....... $0
21. Wes Welker, NE........................ Bye: 7........$9     61. Jason Hill, JAC .......................... Bye: 9 ....... $0   21. Brandon Lloyd, DEN.................. Bye: 6 ....... $8        61. Torrey Smith, BAL ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
22. Brandon Lloyd, DEN ................. Bye: 6........$8       62. Devin Hester, CHI ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $0      22. Percy Harvin, MIN ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $7     62. Jordan Shipley, CIN................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
23. Steve Johnson, BUF ................. Bye: 7........$8       63. Eddie Royal, DEN ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $0       23. Steve Johnson, BUF ................. Bye: 7 ....... $7        63. Devin Hester, CHI...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
24. Mario Manningham, NYG.......... Bye: 7........$7            64. Kevin Walter, HOU ................... Bye: 11 ...... $0        24. Austin Collie, IND ..................... Bye: 11 ...... $6    64. Eric Decker, DEN ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
25. Kenny Britt, TEN ....................... Bye: 6........$7   65. Mike Williams, SEA ................... Bye: 6 ....... $0       25. Mario Manningham, NYG .......... Bye: 7 ....... $6            65. Jacoby Jones, HOU.................. Bye: 11 ...... $0
26. Pierre Garcon, IND .................. Bye: 11.......$6      66. Jordan Shipley, CIN .................. Bye: 7 ....... $0       26. Pierre Garcon, IND ................... Bye: 11 ...... $5      66. Nate Washington, TEN .............. Bye: 6 ....... $0
27. Sidney Rice, SEA ...................... Bye: 6........$6    67. Titus Young, DET ...................... Bye: 9 ....... $0      27. Chad Ochocinco, NE ................. Bye: 7 ....... $4        67. Emmanuel Sanders, PIT .......... Bye: 11 ...... $0
28. Santana Moss, WAS ................. Bye: 5........$5        68. Steve Breaston, KC ................... Bye: 6 ....... $0       28. Sidney Rice, SEA ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $4     68. Steve Smith, PHI ....................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
29. Steve Smith, CAR ..................... Bye: 9........$5     69. Nate Washington, TEN ............. Bye: 6 ....... $0           29. Steve Smith, CAR ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $4      69. Arrelious Benn, TB .................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
30. Chad Ochocinco, NE................. Bye: 7........$5        70. Bernard Berrian, MIN ................ Bye: 9 ....... $0        30. Kenny Britt, TEN........................ Bye: 6 ....... $3    70. Jason Hill, JAC .......................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
31. Mike Thomas, JAC .................... Bye: 9........$3      71. Anthony Armstrong, WAS ......... Bye: 5 ....... $0             31. Santana Moss, WAS ................. Bye: 5 ....... $3         71. Brian Robiskie, CLE .................. Bye: 5 ....... $0
32. Julio Jones, ATL ....................... Bye: 8........$3   72. Blair White, IND........................ Bye: 11 ...... $0     32. Plaxico Burress, NYJ................. Bye: 8 ....... $3       72. Early Doucet, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
33. Robert Meachem, NO .............. Bye: 11.......$2          73. Patrick Crayton, SD ................... Bye: 6 ....... $0      33. Braylon Edwards, SF................. Bye: 7 ....... $3        73. Kevin Walter, HOU ................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
34. Austin Collie, IND ..................... Bye: 11.......$2   74. Antonio Brown, PIT .................. Bye: 11 ...... $0        34. Mike Thomas, JAC .................... Bye: 9 ....... $3       74. Bernard Berrian, MIN................. Bye: 9 ....... $0
35. Hines Ward, PIT ....................... Bye: 11.......$2    75. Emmanuel Sanders, PIT .......... Bye: 11 ...... $0             35. Julio Jones, ATL ........................ Bye: 8 ....... $2   75. Donald Driver, GB ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
36. Jerome Simpson, CIN ............... Bye: 7........$2        76. Greg Little, CLE......................... Bye: 5 ....... $0    36. Deion Branch, NE...................... Bye: 7 ....... $2      76. Titus Young, DET ...................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
37. Lance Moore, NO ..................... Bye: 11.......$2      77. Brian Hartline, MIA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $0     37. A.J. Green, CIN ......................... Bye: 7 ....... $2   77. Jonathan Baldwin, KC ............... Bye: 6 ....... $0
38. Jacoby Ford, OAK ..................... Bye: 8........$2     78. Roscoe Parrish, BUF ................ Bye: 7 ....... $0         38. Hines Ward, PIT ....................... Bye: 11 ...... $1     78. Andre Roberts, ARI ................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
39. Danny Amendola, STL .............. Bye: 5........$2         79. Josh Morgan, SF ....................... Bye: 7 ....... $0      39. Danny Amendola, STL .............. Bye: 5 ....... $1          79. Jabar Gaffney, WAS .................. Bye: 5 ....... $0
40. Braylon Edwards, SF ................ Bye: 7........$2       80. Brandon LaFell, CAR ................ Bye: 9 ....... $0         40. Robert Meachem, NO .............. Bye: 11 ...... $1           80. Antonio Brown, PIT................... Bye: 11 ...... $0




Tight Ends
Dave Richard                                                                                                                       Jamey Eisenberg
1. Antonio Gates, SD ...................... Bye: 6......$14     17. Benjamin Watson, CLE ............. Bye: 5 ....... $1           1. Antonio Gates, SD....................... Bye: 6 ..... $12      17. Greg Olsen, CAR....................... Bye: 9 ....... $1
2. Dallas Clark, IND ....................... Bye: 11.....$13    18. Kevin Boss, OAK....................... Bye: 8 ....... $1       2. Dallas Clark, IND ........................ Bye: 11 .... $11    18. Brent Celek, PHI ........................ Bye: 7 ....... $1
3. Jason Witten, DAL ...................... Bye: 5......$11     19. Dustin Keller, NYJ ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $1     3. Jason Witten, DAL....................... Bye: 5 ..... $10      19. Dustin Keller, NYJ ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
4. Vernon Davis, SF ........................ Bye: 7......$10    20. Jared Cook, TEN ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0      4. Jermichael Finley, GB ................. Bye: 8 ....... $9      20. Kevin Boss, OAK ....................... Bye: 8 ....... $1
5. Owen Daniels, HOU ................... Bye: 11.......$7       21. Todd Heap, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $0      5. Vernon Davis, SF ........................ Bye: 7 ....... $9    21. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ............ Bye: 7 ....... $0
6. Jermichael Finley, GB ................. Bye: 8........$7     22. Jermaine Gresham, CIN............ Bye: 7 ....... $0            6. Owen Daniels, HOU ................... Bye: 11 ...... $8        22. Heath Miller, PIT ....................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
7. Kellen Winslow, TB ..................... Bye: 8........$5    23. Tony Moeaki, KC ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0      7. Jimmy Graham, NO .................... Bye: 11 ...... $7        23. Jared Cook, TEN ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
8. Rob Gronkowski, NE ................... Bye: 7........$4      24. Heath Miller, PIT ...................... Bye: 11 ...... $0     8. Kellen Winslow, TB ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $6     24. Benjamin Watson, CLE ............. Bye: 5 ....... $0
9. Tony Gonzalez, ATL ................... Bye: 8........$4      25. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ............ Bye: 9 ....... $0          9. Rob Gronkowski, NE ................... Bye: 7 ....... $5       25. Ed Dickson, BAL ....................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
10. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ............... Bye: 9........$3        26. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............... Bye: 7 ....... $0          10. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ............ Bye: 9 ....... $2         26. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ............ Bye: 9 ....... $0
11. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ........... Bye: 9........$3         27. Anthony Fasano, MIA ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0         11. Chris Cooley, WAS.................... Bye: 5 ....... $4       27. Jeremy Shockey, CAR .............. Bye: 9 ....... $0
12. Jimmy Graham, NO ................. Bye: 11.......$3         28. Lance Kendricks, STL ............... Bye: 5 ....... $0         12. Tony Gonzalez, ATL.................. Bye: 8 ....... $3        28. Tony Moeaki, KC ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
13. Chris Cooley, WAS ................... Bye: 5........$2      29. Ed Dickson, BAL ....................... Bye: 5 ....... $0      13. Zach Miller, SEA........................ Bye: 6 ....... $2    29. Travis Beckum, NYG ................. Bye: 7 ....... $0
14. Zach Miller, SEA ....................... Bye: 6........$2   30. Jeremy Shockey, CAR .............. Bye: 9 ....... $0           14. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ................ Bye: 9 ....... $2        30. Michael Hoomanawanui, STL.... Bye: 5 ....... $0
15. Brent Celek, PHI ....................... Bye: 7........$1   31. Fred Davis, WAS....................... Bye: 5 ....... $0       15. Todd Heap, ARI......................... Bye: 6 ....... $1     31. Anthony Fasano, MIA ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0
16. Greg Olsen, CAR ...................... Bye: 9........$1     32. Joel Dreessen, HOU ................ Bye: 11 ...... $0          16. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............... Bye: 7 ....... $1         32. Lance Kendricks, STL ............... Bye: 5 ....... $0




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Kickers
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1. Neil Rackers, HOU..................... Bye: 11.......$2               17. Adam Vinatieri, IND .................. Bye: 11 ...... $0              1. Matt Bryant, ATL ......................... Bye: 8 ....... $2           17. Jay Feely, ARI ........................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
2. Mason Crosby, GB...................... Bye: 8........$2               18. Shaun Suisham, PIT ................ Bye: 11 ...... $0                 2. Stephen Gostkowski, NE............. Bye: 7 ....... $2                  18. Jason Hanson, DET .................. Bye: 9 ....... $0
3. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK ........ Bye: 8........$2                   19. Billy Cundiff, BAL ...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0           3. Garrett Hartley, NO .................... Bye: 11 ...... $2             19. Nick Folk, NYJ ........................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
4. Stephen Gostkowski, NE ............ Bye: 7........$2                  20. Jason Hanson, DET .................. Bye: 9 ....... $0                4. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK ........ Bye: 8 ....... $2                   20. Josh Scobee, JAC ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
5. Josh Brown, STL ......................... Bye: 5........$2            21. Phil Dawson, CLE ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $0              5. Nate Kaeding, SD........................ Bye: 6 ....... $2             21. Matt Prater, DEN ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
6. David Buehler, DAL .................... Bye: 5........$1              22. Jay Feely, ARI ........................... Bye: 6 ....... $0          6. Dan Carpenter, MIA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $1              22. Lawrence Tynes, NYG .............. Bye: 7 ....... $0
7. Matt Bryant, ATL ......................... Bye: 8........$1           23. Rian Lindell, BUF ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $0            7. Neil Rackers, HOU ..................... Bye: 11 ...... $1              23. Shaun Suisham, PIT................. Bye: 11 ...... $0
8. Garrett Hartley, NO .................... Bye: 11.......$1             24. Matt Prater, DEN ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0            8. Josh Brown, STL ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $1            24. Connor Barth, TB....................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
9. David Akers, SF .......................... Bye: 7........$1           25. Dan Carpenter, MIA .................. Bye: 5 ....... $0               9. Adam Vinatieri, IND .................... Bye: 11 ...... $1             25. Ryan Succop, KC ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
10. Rob Bironas, TEN ..................... Bye: 6........$1              26. Connor Barth, TB ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0             10. Mason Crosby, GB .................... Bye: 8 ....... $1               26. Olindo Mare, CAR ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
11. Robbie Gould, CHI .................... Bye: 8........$1              27. Olindo Mare, CAR ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0              11. Alex Henery, PHI ....................... Bye: 7 ....... $1            27. Phil Dawson, CLE...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
12. Ryan Succop, KC ...................... Bye: 6........$1              28. Josh Scobee, JAC ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0              12. David Buehler, DAL ................... Bye: 5 ....... $1              28. Graham Gano, WAS.................. Bye: 5 ....... $0
13. Nate Kaeding, SD ..................... Bye: 6........$0              29. Ryan Longwell, MIN .................. Bye: 9 ....... $0               13. David Akers, SF ........................ Bye: 7 ....... $1            29. Ryan Longwell, MIN .................. Bye: 9 ....... $0
14. Lawrence Tynes, NYG .............. Bye: 7........$0                  30. Graham Gano, WAS ................. Bye: 5 ....... $0                  14. Rob Bironas, TEN ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $1              30. Rian Lindell, BUF....................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
15. Alex Henery, PHI ...................... Bye: 7........$0             31. Mike Nugent, CIN ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $0             15. Billy Cundiff, BAL....................... Bye: 5 ....... $0           31. Mike Nugent, CIN ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
16. Nick Folk, NYJ .......................... Bye: 8........$0           32. Jeff Reed, SEA.......................... Bye: 6 ....... $0            16. Robbie Gould, CHI .................... Bye: 8 ....... $0              32. Jeff Reed, SEA .......................... Bye: 6 ....... $0




Defense/Special Teams
Dave Richard                                                                                                                                       Jamey Eisenberg
1. Steelers ...................................... Bye: 11.......$3      17. Falcons...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0       1. Steelers ...................................... Bye: 11 ...... $3      17. Vikings ....................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
2. Packers ....................................... Bye: 8........$3      18. Cardinals ................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0       2. Packers ....................................... Bye: 8 ....... $3      18. Cardinals ................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
3. Jets ............................................. Bye: 8........$2   19. Colts ......................................... Bye: 11 ...... $0     3. Jets.............................................. Bye: 8 ....... $3   19. Rams ......................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
4. Eagles ......................................... Bye: 7........$2     20. Raiders...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0       4. Eagles ......................................... Bye: 7 ....... $2     20. 49ers ......................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
5. Patriots ........................................ Bye: 7........$2    21. Vikings ...................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0      5. Cowboys ..................................... Bye: 5 ....... $2        21. Texans...................................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
6. Bears........................................... Bye: 8........$2     22. Seahawks.................................. Bye: 6 ....... $0          6. Bears ........................................... Bye: 8 ....... $2    22. Colts ......................................... Bye: 11 ...... $0
7. Giants.......................................... Bye: 7........$2     23. Dolphins .................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0       7. Ravens ........................................ Bye: 5 ....... $2      23. Seahawks .................................. Bye: 6 ....... $0
8. Saints ......................................... Bye: 11.......$2     24. Broncos ..................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0       8. Patriots ........................................ Bye: 7 ....... $2    24. Browns ...................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
9. Chargers ..................................... Bye: 6........$1       25. Bengals ..................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0       9. Saints ......................................... Bye: 11 ...... $1     25. Titans......................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
10. Ravens ...................................... Bye: 5........$1       26. Browns ...................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0       10. Chargers ................................... Bye: 6 ....... $1        26. Buccaneers ............................... Bye: 8 ....... $0
11. Cowboys ................................... Bye: 5........$1         27. Bills ........................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0   11. Giants ........................................ Bye: 7 ....... $1     27. Bengals ..................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0
12. Lions ......................................... Bye: 9........$0     28. Texans ..................................... Bye: 11 ...... $0        12. Lions.......................................... Bye: 9 ....... $1     28. Redskins.................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0
13. Chiefs ........................................ Bye: 6........$0     29. Redskins ................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0        13. Dolphins .................................... Bye: 5 ....... $1       29. Broncos ..................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0
14. Rams......................................... Bye: 5........$0       30. Buccaneers ............................... Bye: 8 ....... $0          14. Chiefs ........................................ Bye: 6 ....... $0     30. Panthers .................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0
15. Titans ........................................ Bye: 6........$0     31. Panthers .................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0       15. Falcons...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0       31. Bills ............................................ Bye: 7 ....... $0
16. 49ers ......................................... Bye: 7........$0     32. Jaguars ..................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0       16. Raiders ...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0      32. Jaguars...................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0




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Points Per Reception (PPR) Player Rankings
Running Backs                                                                     Wide Receivers                                                                   Tight Ends
1. Arian Foster, HOU ............................................... Bye: 11      1. Andre Johnson, HOU .......................................... Bye: 11         1. Dallas Clark, IND ................................................. Bye: 11
2. Ray Rice, BAL ...................................................... Bye: 5    2. Roddy White, ATL ................................................ Bye: 8      2. Jason Witten, DAL ................................................ Bye: 5
3. Chris Johnson, TEN ............................................. Bye: 6        3. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ............................................ Bye: 6     3. Antonio Gates, SD ................................................ Bye: 6
4. LeSean McCoy, PHI ............................................. Bye: 7         4. Reggie Wayne, IND ............................................ Bye: 11        4. Vernon Davis, SF.................................................. Bye: 7
5. Adrian Peterson, MIN ........................................... Bye: 9        5. Calvin Johnson, DET ........................................... Bye: 9        5. Owen Daniels, HOU ............................................ Bye: 11
6. Jamaal Charles, KC .............................................. Bye: 6       6. Brandon Marshall, MIA......................................... Bye: 5         6. Kellen Winslow, TB ............................................... Bye: 8
7. Matt Forte, CHI ..................................................... Bye: 8   7. Greg Jennings, GB ............................................... Bye: 8      7. Jermichael Finley, GB .......................................... Bye: 8
8. Darren McFadden, OAK ....................................... Bye: 8            8. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ............................................ Bye: 7         8. Chris Cooley, WAS ............................................... Bye: 5
9. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC .................................... Bye: 9            9. Mike Wallace, PIT ............................................... Bye: 11     9. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ........................................... Bye: 9
10. Steven Jackson, STL .......................................... Bye: 5         10. Dwayne Bowe, KC ............................................. Bye: 6         10. Tony Gonzalez, ATL ........................................... Bye: 8
11. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ..................................... Bye: 7              11. Mike Williams, TB............................................... Bye: 8      11. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ..................................... Bye: 9
12. Frank Gore, SF ................................................... Bye: 7     12. Miles Austin, DAL ............................................... Bye: 5     12. Rob Gronkowski, NE .......................................... Bye: 7
13. Peyton Hillis, CLE ............................................... Bye: 5     13. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ............................................ Bye: 7       13. Jimmy Graham, NO ........................................... Bye: 11
14. Knowshon Moreno, DEN .................................... Bye: 6              14. Wes Welker, NE ................................................. Bye: 7      14. Zach Miller, SEA ................................................. Bye: 6
15. Michael Turner, ATL ........................................... Bye: 8        15. Marques Colston, NO........................................ Bye: 11          15. Benjamin Watson, CLE ...................................... Bye: 5
16. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT .................................. Bye: 11            16. Vincent Jackson, SD .......................................... Bye: 6        16. Brent Celek, PHI ................................................. Bye: 7
17. Jahvid Best, DET ................................................ Bye: 9      17. Anquan Boldin, BAL ........................................... Bye: 5        17. Greg Olsen, CAR ................................................ Bye: 9
18. Cedric Benson, UFA ....................................... Bye: TBD           18. Percy Harvin, MIN .............................................. Bye: 9      18. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ..................................... Bye: 7
19. Ryan Mathews, SD ............................................. Bye: 6         19. Dez Bryant, DAL ................................................ Bye: 5      19. Kevin Boss, OAK ................................................ Bye: 8
20. Fred Jackson, BUF ............................................. Bye: 7        20. DeSean Jackson, PHI ........................................ Bye: 7          20. Dustin Keller, NYJ .............................................. Bye: 8
21. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE ................................. Bye: 7            21. Brandon Lloyd, DEN .......................................... Bye: 6         21. Todd Heap, ARI .................................................. Bye: 6
22. Felix Jones, DAL................................................. Bye: 5      22. Steve Johnson, BUF .......................................... Bye: 7         22. Jared Cook, TEN ................................................ Bye: 6
23. DeAngelo Williams, CAR .................................... Bye: 9            23. Santonio Holmes, NYJ ....................................... Bye: 8          23. Heath Miller, PIT ................................................ Bye: 11
24. LeGarrette Blount, TB ......................................... Bye: 8        24. Mario Manningham, NYG .................................. Bye: 7              24. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ..................................... Bye: 9
25. Ryan Grant, GB .................................................. Bye: 8      25. Pierre Garcon, IND ............................................ Bye: 11      25. Tony Moeaki, KC ................................................ Bye: 6
26. Shonn Greene, NYJ ........................................... Bye: 8          26. Santana Moss, WAS .......................................... Bye: 5          26. Aaron Hernandez, NE ........................................ Bye: 7
27. Joseph Addai, IND ............................................. Bye: 11       27. Sidney Rice, SEA ............................................... Bye: 6      27. Anthony Fasano, MIA ......................................... Bye: 5
28. Mark Ingram, NO ............................................... Bye: 11       28. Kenny Britt, TEN ................................................ Bye: 6     28. Lance Kendricks, STL ........................................ Bye: 5
29. Daniel Thomas, MIA ........................................... Bye: 5         29. Steve Smith, CAR .............................................. Bye: 9       29. Jeremy Shockey, CAR ....................................... Bye: 9
30. Darren Sproles, NO ........................................... Bye: 11        30. Danny Amendola, STL ....................................... Bye: 5           30. Fred Davis, WAS ................................................ Bye: 5
31. Marshawn Lynch, SEA ....................................... Bye: 6            31. Mike Thomas, JAC ............................................. Bye: 9        31. Ed Dickson, BAL ................................................. Bye: 5
32. Jonathan Stewart, CAR ...................................... Bye: 9           32. Chad Ochocinco, NE.......................................... Bye: 7          32. Tony Scheffler, DET ........................................... Bye: 9
33. Reggie Bush, MIA ............................................... Bye: 5       33. Hines Ward, PIT ................................................ Bye: 11     33. Daniel Fells, DEN ............................................... Bye: 6
34. Ryan Williams, ARI ............................................. Bye: 6       34. Davone Bess, MIA ............................................. Bye: 5        34. Joel Dreessen, HOU .......................................... Bye: 11
35. Beanie Wells, ARI ............................................... Bye: 6      35. Julio Jones, ATL ................................................. Bye: 8    35. Daniel Graham, TEN .......................................... Bye: 6
36. Michael Bush, OAK ............................................ Bye: 8         36. Lance Moore, NO .............................................. Bye: 11       36. Travis Beckum, NYG .......................................... Bye: 7
37. Mike Tolbert, SD ................................................. Bye: 6     37. Jerome Simpson, CIN ........................................ Bye: 7          37. Zach Miller, JAC ................................................. Bye: 9
38. Brandon Jacobs, NYG ........................................ Bye: 7           38. Austin Collie, IND .............................................. Bye: 11    38. David Thomas, NO ............................................ Bye: 11
39. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ................................. Bye: 8             39. Robert Meachem, NO ....................................... Bye: 11           39. Martellus Bennett, DAL ....................................... Bye: 5
40. C.J. Spiller, BUF ................................................. Bye: 7    40. Braylon Edwards, SF ......................................... Bye: 7         40. Donald Lee, UFA ............................................ Bye: TBD
41. Danny Woodhead, NE ........................................ Bye: 7            41. Deion Branch, NE .............................................. Bye: 7       41. Randy McMichael, SD ........................................ Bye: 6
42. Tim Hightower, WAS .......................................... Bye: 5          42. A.J. Green, CIN .................................................. Bye: 7    42. Delanie Walker, SF ............................................. Bye: 7
43. Maurice Morris, DET ........................................... Bye: 9        43. Jacoby Jones, HOU .......................................... Bye: 11         43. Evan Moore, CLE ............................................... Bye: 5
44. Rashad Jennings, JAC ....................................... Bye: 9           44. Michael Crabtree, SF ......................................... Bye: 7        44. Matt Spaeth, CHI ................................................ Bye: 8
45. Ryan Torain, WAS .............................................. Bye: 5        45. Jacoby Ford, OAK .............................................. Bye: 8       45. Bo Scaife, CIN .................................................... Bye: 7
46. Donald Brown, IND ............................................ Bye: 11        46. James Jones, GB ............................................... Bye: 8       46. Brandon Myers, OAK .......................................... Bye: 8
47. Pierre Thomas, NO ............................................ Bye: 11        47. Roy Williams, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8      47. Jacob Tamme, IND ............................................ Bye: 11
48. DeMarco Murray, DAL ........................................ Bye: 5           48. Nate Burleson, DET ........................................... Bye: 9        48. Andrew Quarless, GB ......................................... Bye: 8
49. James Starks, GB ............................................... Bye: 8       49. Plaxico Burress, NYJ ......................................... Bye: 8        49. David Martin, BUF .............................................. Bye: 7
50. Willis McGahee, DEN ......................................... Bye: 6          50. Louis Murphy, OAK ............................................ Bye: 8        50. Billy Miller, NO ................................................... Bye: 11
51. Thomas Jones, KC ............................................. Bye: 6         51. Derrick Mason, NYJ ........................................... Bye: 8        51. John Carlson, SEA ............................................. Bye: 6
52. Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL ...................................... Bye: 8           52. Brian Robiskie, CLE ........................................... Bye: 5       52. Will Heller, DET .................................................. Bye: 9
53. Brandon Jackson, CLE ....................................... Bye: 5           53. Jordan Shipley, CIN ........................................... Bye: 7       53. Leonard Pope, UFA ........................................ Bye: TBD
54. Ricky Williams, BAL ............................................ Bye: 5       54. Donald Driver, GB .............................................. Bye: 8      54. Jeff King, ARI ...................................................... Bye: 6
55. Jason Snelling, ATL ............................................ Bye: 8       55. Malcom Floyd, SD .............................................. Bye: 6       55. Kyle Rudolph, MIN .............................................. Bye: 9
56. Justin Forsett, SEA ............................................. Bye: 6      56. Mike Sims-Walker, STL ..................................... Bye: 5           56. Dante Rosario, DEN ........................................... Bye: 6
57. Roy Helu, WAS ................................................... Bye: 5      57. Torrey Smith, BAL .............................................. Bye: 5      57. John Gilmore, PIT .............................................. Bye: 11
58. Leon Washington, SEA ...................................... Bye: 6            58. Lee Evans, BAL ................................................. Bye: 5      58. Rob Housler, ARI ................................................ Bye: 6
59. Brian Westbrook, UFA .................................... Bye: TBD            59. Arrelious Benn, TB ............................................. Bye: 8      59. Michael Hoomanawanui, STL ............................ Bye: 5
60. Ronnie Brown, PHI ............................................. Bye: 7        60. Eddie Royal, DEN .............................................. Bye: 6       60. Kellen Davis, CHI................................................ Bye: 8
61. Ben Tate, HOU .................................................. Bye: 11      61. Johnny Knox, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8       61. Michael Gaines, HOU ........................................ Bye: 11
62. Isaac Redman, PIT ............................................ Bye: 11        62. Kevin Walter, HOU ............................................ Bye: 11       62. Alge Crumpler, UFA ....................................... Bye: TBD
63. Marion Barber, CHI ............................................. Bye: 8       63. Mike Williams, SEA ............................................ Bye: 6       63. Clay Harbor, PHI................................................. Bye: 7
64. LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI ........................... Bye: 6                64. Jason Hill, JAC ................................................... Bye: 9   64. Justin Peelle, ATL ............................................... Bye: 8
65. Cadillac Williams, STL ........................................ Bye: 5        65. Devin Hester, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8      65. Joey Haynos, UFA .......................................... Bye: TBD
66. Correll Buckhalter, UFA .................................. Bye: TBD           66. Jordy Nelson, GB ............................................... Bye: 8      66. Gijon Robinson, UFA ...................................... Bye: TBD
67. Marcel Reece, OAK ............................................ Bye: 8         67. Steve Breaston, KC............................................ Bye: 6        67. Casey Fitzsimmons, DET ................................... Bye: 9
68. Tashard Choice, DAL ......................................... Bye: 5          68. Bernard Berrian, MIN ......................................... Bye: 9        68. Shawn Nelson, BUF ........................................... Bye: 7
69. Kevin Smith, UFA ........................................... Bye: TBD         69. Nate Washington, TEN ...................................... Bye: 6           69. Sean Ryan, TEN ................................................. Bye: 6
70. Taiwan Jones, OAK ............................................ Bye: 8         70. Jerricho Cotchery, PIT ...................................... Bye: 11        70. Richard Gordon, OAK ......................................... Bye: 8
71. Anthony Dixon, SF .............................................. Bye: 7       71. Patrick Crayton, SD............................................ Bye: 6       71. James Casey, HOU ........................................... Bye: 11
72. Bernard Scott, CIN ............................................. Bye: 7       72. Titus Young, DET ............................................... Bye: 9      72. Craig Stevens, TEN ............................................ Bye: 6
73. Mewelde Moore, PIT ......................................... Bye: 11          73. Emmanuel Sanders, PIT ................................... Bye: 11            73. Stephen Spach, UFA ...................................... Bye: TBD
74. Montario Hardesty, CLE ..................................... Bye: 5           74. Blair White, IND ................................................. Bye: 11   74. Jordan Cameron, CLE ........................................ Bye: 5
75. Mike Goodson, CAR ........................................... Bye: 9          75. Anthony Armstrong, WAS .................................. Bye: 5             75. D.J. Williams, GB ................................................ Bye: 8
76. Kendall Hunter, SF ............................................. Bye: 7       76. Jason Avant, PHI ............................................... Bye: 7      76. Tom Santi, UFA .............................................. Bye: TBD
77. Delone Carter, IND ............................................ Bye: 11       77. Greg Little, CLE .................................................. Bye: 5   77. Derek Fine, HOU ............................................... Bye: 11
78. Toby Gerhart, MIN .............................................. Bye: 9       78. Michael Jenkins, MIN ......................................... Bye: 9        78. Darnell Dinkins, NO ........................................... Bye: 11
79. Leonard Weaver, UFA .................................... Bye: TBD             79. Earl Bennett, CHI ............................................... Bye: 8     79. Billy Bajema, STL ............................................... Bye: 5
80. Keiland Williams, WAS ....................................... Bye: 5          80. Antonio Brown, PIT ........................................... Bye: 11       80. Tory Humphrey, UFA ...................................... Bye: TBD




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Dave Richard’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet
Top 200
1. Chris Johnson, RB, TEN ...................... Bye: 6         41. Marques Colston, WR, NO ............... Bye: 11            81. Beanie Wells, RB, ARI........................ Bye: 6        121. Tony Gonzalez, TE, ATL .................. Bye: 8             161. Ronnie Brown, RB, PHI .................... Bye: 7
2. Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN .................... Bye: 9         42. Peyton Hillis, RB, CLE ........................ Bye: 5     82. Eli Manning, QB, NYG ........................ Bye: 7        122. Marcedes Lewis, TE, JAC ................ Bye: 9              162. Aaron Hernandez, TE, NE ................ Bye: 7
3. Arian Foster, RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 11        43. Matt Schaub, QB, HOU .................... Bye: 11          83. Mike Tolbert, RB, SD.......................... Bye: 6       123. Malcom Floyd, WR, SD .................... Bye: 6             163. Neil Rackers, K, HOU ..................... Bye: 11
4. Ray Rice, RB, BAL ............................... Bye: 5     44. Ryan Mathews, RB, SD ...................... Bye: 6         84. Michael Bush, RB, OAK ..................... Bye: 8          124. Packers DST .................................... Bye: 8      164. Justin Forsett, RB, SEA .................... Bye: 6
5. Jamaal Charles, RB, KC....................... Bye: 6         45. Antonio Gates, TE, SD ....................... Bye: 6       85. Mike Thomas, WR, JAC ..................... Bye: 9           125. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 8   165. Leon Washington, RB, SEA.............. Bye: 6
6. LeSean McCoy, RB, PHI ...................... Bye: 7          46. Matt Ryan, QB, ATL ........................... Bye: 8      86. Julio Jones, WR, ATL ......................... Bye: 8       126. Brandon Pettigrew, TE, DET............. Bye: 9               166. Marion Barber, RB, CHI .................... Bye: 8
7. Darren McFadden, RB, OAK ................ Bye: 8             47. Santonio Holmes, WR, NYJ................ Bye: 8            87. Darren Sproles, RB, NO ................... Bye: 11          127. Jimmy Graham, TE, NO ................. Bye: 11               167. Anthony Dixon, RB, SF ..................... Bye: 7
8. Michael Turner, RB, ATL ...................... Bye: 8        48. Dez Bryant, WR, DAL......................... Bye: 5        88. Robert Meachem, WR, NO ............... Bye: 11              128. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 7     168. Mason Crosby, K, GB ....................... Bye: 8
9. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, JAC ............. Bye: 9             49. Dallas Clark, TE, IND ....................... Bye: 11      89. Austin Collie, WR, IND ..................... Bye: 11        129. Willis McGahee, RB, DEN ................ Bye: 6              169. Jason Hill, WR, JAC ......................... Bye: 9
10. Steven Jackson, RB, STL................... Bye: 5           50. Jason Witten, TE, DAL ....................... Bye: 5       90. Ryan Torain, RB, WAS ....................... Bye: 5         130. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 7    170. Devin Hester, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8
11. Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB ..................... Bye: 8          51. Shonn Greene, RB, NYJ .................... Bye: 8          91. Jerome Simpson, WR, CIN................. Bye: 7             131. LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, NYJ......... Bye: 8                 171. Sebastian Janikowski, K, OAK.......... Bye: 8
12. Michael Vick, QB, PHI ........................ Bye: 7       52. DeAngelo Williams, RB, CAR ............. Bye: 9            92. Hines Ward, WR, PIT ....................... Bye: 11         132. Matt Cassel, QB, KC ........................ Bye: 6          172. Eddie Royal, WR, DEN..................... Bye: 6
13. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU................ Bye: 11              53. Percy Harvin, WR, MIN ...................... Bye: 9        93. Kellen Winslow, TE, TB ...................... Bye: 8        133. Chris Cooley, TE, WAS .................... Bye: 5            173. Kevin Walter, WR, HOU ................. Bye: 11
14. Roddy White, WR, ATL ...................... Bye: 8          54. Anquan Boldin, WR, BAL ................... Bye: 5          94. Lance Moore, WR, NO ..................... Bye: 11           134. Zach Miller, TE, SEA ........................ Bye: 6         174. Mike Williams, WR, SEA................... Bye: 6
15. Tom Brady, QB, NE............................ Bye: 7        55. Wes Welker, WR, NE ......................... Bye: 7        95. DeMarco Murray, RB, DAL ................. Bye: 5            135. Ricky Williams, RB, BAL ................... Bye: 5           175. Brian Westbrook, RB, UFA .......... Bye: TBD
16. Matt Forte, RB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8     56. Brandon Lloyd, WR, DEN ................... Bye: 6          96. Danny Woodhead, RB, NE ................. Bye: 7             136. Nate Burleson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9             176. Cadillac Williams, RB, STL ............... Bye: 5
17. Frank Gore, RB, SF............................ Bye: 7       57. Vernon Davis, TE, SF ......................... Bye: 7      97. James Starks, RB, GB........................ Bye: 8         137. Jacoby Jones, WR, HOU ................ Bye: 11               177. Josh Brown, K, STL.......................... Bye: 5
18. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, PIT .......... Bye: 11              58. Jahvid Best, RB, DET ......................... Bye: 9      98. Jay Cutler, QB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8     138. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8     178. Benjamin Watson, TE, CLE .............. Bye: 5
19. Peyton Manning, QB, IND ................ Bye: 11            59. Ryan Grant, RB, GB ........................... Bye: 8      99. Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE .................... Bye: 7          139. Roy Helu, RB, WAS.......................... Bye: 5           179. Stephen Gostkowski, K, NE .............. Bye: 7
20. Drew Brees, QB, NO ........................ Bye: 11         60. Steve Johnson, WR, BUF ................... Bye: 7          100. Matthew Stafford, QB, DET .............. Bye: 9            140. Jason Snelling, RB, ATL ................... Bye: 8           180. Jordan Shipley, WR, CIN .................. Bye: 7
21. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9           61. Fred Jackson, RB, BUF ...................... Bye: 7        101. Reggie Bush, RB, MIA...................... Bye: 5          141. Louis Murphy, WR, OAK................... Bye: 8              181. Titus Young, WR, DET ..................... Bye: 9
22. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, NYG............... Bye: 7               62. Felix Jones, RB, DAL ......................... Bye: 5      102. Pierre Thomas, RB, NO .................. Bye: 11           142. Lee Evans, WR, BAL ........................ Bye: 5           182. Steve Breaston, WR, KC .................. Bye: 6
23. Greg Jennings, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8          63. Mario Manningham, WR, NYG ........... Bye: 7               103. Rashad Jennings, RB, JAC .............. Bye: 9             143. Derrick Mason, WR, NYJ .................. Bye: 8             183. LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB, ARI... Bye: 6
24. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI ................... Bye: 6        64. Mark Ingram, RB, NO ....................... Bye: 11        104. Tim Hightower, RB, WAS ................. Bye: 5            144. Torrey Smith, WR, BAL .................... Bye: 5            184. Correll Buckhalter, RB, DEN ............. Bye: 6
25. Mike Wallace, WR, PIT..................... Bye: 11          65. Kenny Britt, WR, TEN......................... Bye: 6       105. Jacoby Ford, WR, OAK .................... Bye: 8           145. Brian Robiskie, WR, CLE.................. Bye: 5             185. Montario Hardesty, RB, CLE............. Bye: 5
26. Philip Rivers, QB, SD ......................... Bye: 6      66. Pierre Garcon, WR, IND ................... Bye: 11         106. Danny Amendola, WR, STL .............. Bye: 5              146. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, ATL .............. Bye: 8              186. David Buehler, K, DAL...................... Bye: 5
27. Reggie Wayne, WR, IND .................. Bye: 11            67. Daniel Thomas, RB, MIA .................... Bye: 5         107. Braylon Edwards, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7            147. Ben Tate, RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 11           187. Tashard Choice, RB, DAL ................ Bye: 5
28. Hakeem Nicks, WR, NYG ................... Bye: 7            68. Jonathan Stewart, RB, CAR ............... Bye: 9           108. James Jones, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8           148. Giants DST ...................................... Bye: 7     188. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 5
29. Knowshon Moreno, RB, DEN ............. Bye: 6               69. Joseph Addai, RB, IND..................... Bye: 11         109. Deion Branch, WR, NE ..................... Bye: 7          149. Brent Celek, TE, PHI ........................ Bye: 7         189. Kevin Boss, TE, OAK ....................... Bye: 8
30. Cedric Benson, RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 7         70. Sidney Rice, WR, SEA ....................... Bye: 6        110. Davone Bess, WR, MIA .................... Bye: 5           150. Isaac Redman, RB, PIT .................. Bye: 11             190. Matt Bryant, K, ATL .......................... Bye: 8
31. Brandon Marshall, WR, MIA ............... Bye: 5            71. Marshawn Lynch, RB, SEA ................ Bye: 6            111. A.J. Green, WR, CIN ........................ Bye: 7        151. Chargers DST .................................. Bye: 6       191. Josh Morgan, WR, SF ...................... Bye: 7
32. Dwayne Bowe, WR, KC...................... Bye: 6            72. Owen Daniels, TE, HOU................... Bye: 11           112. Plaxico Burress, WR, NYJ ................ Bye: 8           152. Mike Sims-Walker, WR, STL ............ Bye: 5                192. Nate Washington, WR, TEN ............. Bye: 6
33. Mike Williams, WR, TB ....................... Bye: 8        73. Josh Freeman, QB, TB....................... Bye: 8         113. Steelers DST .................................. Bye: 11    153. Johnny Knox, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8            193. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 5
34. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, NE .......... Bye: 7             74. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, PIT ............ Bye: 11           114. Sam Bradford, QB, STL.................... Bye: 5           154. Donald Driver, WR, GB..................... Bye: 8            194. Bernard Berrian, WR, MIN ................ Bye: 9
35. Vincent Jackson, WR, SD .................. Bye: 6           75. Santana Moss, WR, WAS .................. Bye: 5            115. Roy Williams, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8         155. Greg Olsen, TE, CAR ....................... Bye: 9           195. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 11
36. Tony Romo, QB, DAL......................... Bye: 5          76. Jermichael Finley, TE, GB .................. Bye: 8        116. Michael Crabtree, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7           156. Arrelious Benn, WR, TB.................... Bye: 8            196. Anthony Armstrong, WR, WAS ......... Bye: 5
37. Miles Austin, WR, DAL ....................... Bye: 5        77. Steve Smith, WR, CAR....................... Bye: 9         117. Joe Flacco, QB, BAL ........................ Bye: 5        157. Jordy Nelson, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8            197. Blair White, WR, IND ...................... Bye: 11
38. DeSean Jackson, WR, PHI................. Bye: 7             78. Chad Ochocinco, WR, NE .................. Bye: 7           118. C.J. Spiller, RB, BUF ........................ Bye: 7      158. Tim Tebow, QB, DEN ....................... Bye: 6            198. Garrett Hartley, K, NO .................... Bye: 11
39. Jeremy Maclin, WR, PHI .................... Bye: 7          79. Ryan Williams, RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6       119. Maurice Morris, RB, DET .................. Bye: 9          159. Kevin Kolb, QB, ARI ......................... Bye: 6         199. David Akers, K, SF ........................... Bye: 7
40. LeGarrette Blount, RB, TB .................. Bye: 8         80. Brandon Jacobs, RB, NYG ................. Bye: 7           120. Thomas Jones, RB, KC .................... Bye: 6           160. Brandon Jackson, RB, CLE .............. Bye: 5               200. Patrick Crayton, WR, SD .................. Bye: 6




Rankings by Position
Quarterbacks                                                    Running Backs                                                  Wide Receivers                                                  Tight Ends                                                        Kickers
1. Aaron Rodgers, GB .................. Bye: 8...... $21        1. Chris Johnson, TEN ................. Bye: 6...... $38       1. Andre Johnson, HOU ............. Bye: 11...... $20           1. Antonio Gates, SD.................... Bye: 6...... $14         1. Neil Rackers, HOU ................. Bye: 11........ $2
2. Michael Vick, PHI ..................... Bye: 7...... $20     2. Adrian Peterson, MIN ............... Bye: 9...... $38       2. Roddy White, ATL .................... Bye: 8...... $20       2. Dallas Clark, IND.................... Bye: 11...... $13        2. Mason Crosby, GB ................... Bye: 8........ $2
3. Tom Brady, NE ........................ Bye: 7...... $20      3. Arian Foster, HOU.................. Bye: 11...... $36       3. Calvin Johnson, DET................ Bye: 9...... $20         3. Jason Witten, DAL.................... Bye: 5...... $11         3. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK ...... Bye: 8........ $2
4. Peyton Manning, IND ............. Bye: 11...... $17          4. Ray Rice, BAL.......................... Bye: 5...... $33    4. Greg Jennings, GB................... Bye: 8...... $19        4. Vernon Davis, SF ..................... Bye: 7...... $10        4. Stephen Gostkowski, NE .......... Bye: 7........ $2
5. Drew Brees, NO ..................... Bye: 11...... $17       5. Jamaal Charles, KC ................. Bye: 6...... $33       5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................ Bye: 6...... $19      5. Owen Daniels, HOU ............... Bye: 11........ $7           5. Josh Brown, STL ...................... Bye: 5........ $2
6. Philip Rivers, SD ...................... Bye: 6...... $17    6. LeSean McCoy, PHI ................. Bye: 7...... $30        6. Mike Wallace, PIT .................. Bye: 11...... $18       6. Jermichael Finley, GB .............. Bye: 8........ $7         6. David Buehler, DAL .................. Bye: 5........ $1
7. Tony Romo, DAL...................... Bye: 5...... $14        7. Darren McFadden, OAK ........... Bye: 8...... $27           7. Reggie Wayne, IND................ Bye: 11...... $17          7. Kellen Winslow, TB .................. Bye: 8........ $5        7. Matt Bryant, ATL ...................... Bye: 8........ $1
8. Matt Schaub, HOU ................. Bye: 11...... $12         8. Michael Turner, ATL................. Bye: 8...... $24       8. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ................ Bye: 7...... $16          8. Rob Gronkowski, NE ................ Bye: 7........ $4          8. Garrett Hartley, NO ................ Bye: 11........ $1
9. Matt Ryan, ATL ........................ Bye: 8...... $12     9. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC ........ Bye: 9...... $23           9. Brandon Marshall, MIA ............. Bye: 5...... $15         9. Tony Gonzalez, ATL................. Bye: 8........ $4          9. David Akers, SF ....................... Bye: 7........ $1
10. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ....... Bye: 11...... $10           10. Steven Jackson, STL ............. Bye: 5...... $22         10. Dwayne Bowe, KC ................. Bye: 6...... $15          10. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ............. Bye: 9........ $3           10. Rob Bironas, TEN .................. Bye: 6........ $1
11. Josh Freeman, TB .................. Bye: 8........ $7       11. Matt Forte, CHI....................... Bye: 8...... $22    11. Mike Williams, TB ................... Bye: 8...... $14      11. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ......... Bye: 9........ $3            11. Robbie Gould, CHI ................. Bye: 8........ $1
12. Eli Manning, NYG................... Bye: 7........ $6       12. Frank Gore, SF ...................... Bye: 7...... $20     12. Vincent Jackson, SD .............. Bye: 6...... $14         12. Jimmy Graham, NO.............. Bye: 11........ $3             12. Ryan Succop, KC ................... Bye: 6........ $1
13. Jay Cutler, CHI ....................... Bye: 8........ $4   13. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ..... Bye: 11...... $20            13. Miles Austin, DAL ................... Bye: 5...... $13      13. Chris Cooley, WAS................. Bye: 5........ $2          13. Nate Kaeding, SD................... Bye: 6........ $0
14. Matthew Stafford, DET ........... Bye: 9........ $4         14. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ......... Bye: 7...... $18             14. DeSean Jackson, PHI ............ Bye: 7...... $13           14. Zach Miller, SEA .................... Bye: 6........ $2       14. Lawrence Tynes, NYG ........... Bye: 7........ $0
15. Sam Bradford, STL................. Bye: 5........ $4        15. Knowshon Moreno, DEN ........ Bye: 6...... $17             15. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................ Bye: 7...... $13        15. Brent Celek, PHI .................... Bye: 7........ $1       15. Alex Henery, PHI .................... Bye: 7........ $0
16. Joe Flacco, BAL ..................... Bye: 5........ $3     16. Cedric Benson, CIN................ Bye: 7...... $17        16. Marques Colston, NO ........... Bye: 11...... $11           16. Greg Olsen, CAR ................... Bye: 9........ $1         16. Nick Folk, NYJ........................ Bye: 8........ $0
17. Matt Cassel, KC ..................... Bye: 6........ $2     17. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE ..... Bye: 7...... $15           17. Santonio Holmes, NYJ ........... Bye: 8...... $10           17. Benjamin Watson, CLE .......... Bye: 5........ $1             17. Adam Vinatieri, IND .............. Bye: 11........ $0
18. Kevin Kolb, ARI ...................... Bye: 6........ $2    18. LeGarrette Blount, TB ............ Bye: 8...... $14        18. Dez Bryant, DAL .................... Bye: 5...... $10       18. Kevin Boss, OAK.................... Bye: 8........ $1         18. Shaun Suisham, PIT ............ Bye: 11........ $0
19. Kyle Orton, DEN..................... Bye: 6........ $1      19. Peyton Hillis, CLE .................. Bye: 5...... $15     19. Percy Harvin, MIN .................. Bye: 9........ $9      19. Dustin Keller, NYJ .................. Bye: 8........ $1       19. Billy Cundiff, BAL.................... Bye: 5........ $0
20. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF ............ Bye: 7........ $1        20. Ryan Mathews, SD................. Bye: 6...... $14         20. Anquan Boldin, BAL ............... Bye: 5........ $9        20. Jared Cook, TEN.................... Bye: 6........ $0         20. Jason Hanson, DET ............... Bye: 9........ $0
21. Mark Sanchez, NYJ................ Bye: 8........ $1         21. Shonn Greene, NYJ ............... Bye: 8...... $12         21. Wes Welker, NE ..................... Bye: 7........ $9      21. Todd Heap, ARI ..................... Bye: 6........ $0        21. Phil Dawson, CLE .................. Bye: 5........ $0
22. Donovan McNabb, MIN .......... Bye: 9........ $1            22. DeAngelo Williams, CAR ........ Bye: 9...... $11           22. Brandon Lloyd, DEN............... Bye: 6........ $8         22. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ......... Bye: 7........ $0             22. Jay Feely, ARI ........................ Bye: 6........ $0
23. Cam Newton, CAR ................. Bye: 9........ $1         23. Jahvid Best, DET ................... Bye: 9...... $11      23. Steve Johnson, BUF .............. Bye: 7........ $8         23. Tony Moeaki, KC.................... Bye: 6........ $0         23. Rian Lindell, BUF ................... Bye: 7........ $0
24. Jason Campbell, OAK ............ Bye: 8........ $0          24. Ryan Grant, GB...................... Bye: 8...... $10      24. Mario Manningham, NYG ....... Bye: 7........ $7             24. Heath Miller, PIT .................. Bye: 11........ $0       24. Matt Prater, DEN .................... Bye: 6........ $0
25. Matt Hasselbeck, TEN............ Bye: 6........ $0          25. Fred Jackson, BUF................. Bye: 7...... $10        25. Kenny Britt, TEN .................... Bye: 6........ $7     25. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ......... Bye: 9........ $0            25. Dan Carpenter, MIA ............... Bye: 5........ $0
26. Alex Smith, SF ....................... Bye: 7........ $0    26. Felix Jones, DAL .................... Bye: 5........ $9    26. Pierre Garcon, IND ............... Bye: 11........ $6       26. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............ Bye: 7........ $0            26. Connor Barth, TB ................... Bye: 8........ $0
27. Rex Grossman, WAS ............. Bye: 5........ $0           27. Mark Ingram, NO.................. Bye: 11........ $9       27. Sidney Rice, SEA ................... Bye: 6........ $6      27. Anthony Fasano, MIA ............. Bye: 5........ $0           27. Olindo Mare, CAR .................. Bye: 9........ $0
28. David Garrard, JAC ................ Bye: 9........ $0       28. Daniel Thomas, MIA ............... Bye: 5........ $8       28. Santana Moss, WAS .............. Bye: 5........ $5          28. Lance Kendricks, STL ............ Bye: 5........ $0           28. Josh Scobee, JAC .................. Bye: 9........ $0
29. Chad Henne, MIA................... Bye: 5........ $0        29. Jonathan Stewart, CAR .......... Bye: 9........ $7         29. Steve Smith, CAR .................. Bye: 9........ $5       29. Ed Dickson, BAL .................... Bye: 5........ $0        29. Ryan Longwell, MIN ............... Bye: 9........ $0
30. Colt McCoy, CLE.................... Bye: 5........ $0       30. Joseph Addai, IND ............... Bye: 11........ $7       30. Chad Ochocinco, NE .............. Bye: 7........ $5         30. Jeremy Shockey, CAR ........... Bye: 9........ $0             30. Graham Gano, WAS .............. Bye: 5........ $0
31. Tarvaris Jackson, SEA ........... Bye: 6........ $0         31. Marshawn Lynch, SEA ........... Bye: 6........ $6          31. Mike Thomas, JAC ................. Bye: 9........ $3        31. Fred Davis, WAS.................... Bye: 5........ $0         31. Mike Nugent, CIN ................... Bye: 7........ $0
32. Andy Dalton, CIN ................... Bye: 7........ $0      32. Ryan Williams, ARI................. Bye: 6........ $4      32. Julio Jones, ATL..................... Bye: 8........ $3     32. Joel Dreessen, HOU ............ Bye: 11........ $0            32. Jeff Reed, SEA....................... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                33. Brandon Jacobs, NYG ............ Bye: 7........ $3         33. Robert Meachem, NO........... Bye: 11........ $2
                                                                34. Beanie Wells, ARI .................. Bye: 6........ $3     34. Austin Collie, IND ................. Bye: 11........ $2
                                                                35. Mike Tolbert, SD .................... Bye: 6........ $3    35. Hines Ward, PIT ................... Bye: 11........ $2
                                                                36. Michael Bush, OAK ................ Bye: 8........ $3       36. Jerome Simpson, CIN ............ Bye: 7........ $2                                                                            Defense/Special Teams
                                                                37. Darren Sproles, NO .............. Bye: 11........ $2       37. Lance Moore, NO ................. Bye: 11........ $2                                                                          1. Steelers.................................. Bye: 11........ $3
                                                                38. Ryan Torain, WAS ................. Bye: 5........ $2       38. Jacoby Ford, OAK .................. Bye: 8........ $2                                                                         2. Packers.................................... Bye: 8........ $3
                                                                39. Donald Brown, IND............... Bye: 11........ $2        39. Danny Amendola, STL ........... Bye: 5........ $2                                                                             3. Jets .......................................... Bye: 8........ $2
                                                                40. DeMarco Murray, DAL............ Bye: 5........ $2          40. Braylon Edwards, SF .............. Bye: 7........ $2                                                                          4. Eagles...................................... Bye: 7........ $2
                                                                41. Danny Woodhead, NE............ Bye: 7........ $2           41. James Jones, GB ................... Bye: 8........ $2                                                                         5. Patriots .................................... Bye: 7........ $2
                                                                42. James Starks, GB .................. Bye: 8........ $2      42. Deion Branch, NE................... Bye: 7........ $2                                                                         6. Bears ....................................... Bye: 8........ $2
                                                                43. Reggie Bush, MIA .................. Bye: 5........ $2      43. Davone Bess, MIA.................. Bye: 5........ $2                                                                          7. Giants ...................................... Bye: 7........ $2
                                                                44. Pierre Thomas, NO .............. Bye: 11........ $2        44. A.J. Green, CIN ...................... Bye: 7........ $2                                                                      8. Saints..................................... Bye: 11........ $2
                                                                45. Rashad Jennings, JAC ........... Bye: 9........ $2         45. Plaxico Burress, NYJ .............. Bye: 8........ $2                                                                         9. Chargers .................................. Bye: 6........ $1
                                                                46. Tim Hightower, WAS .............. Bye: 5........ $2        46. Roy Williams, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $1                                                                        10. Ravens................................... Bye: 5........ $1
                                                                47. C.J. Spiller, BUF..................... Bye: 7........ $2   47. Michael Crabtree, SF.............. Bye: 7........ $1                                                                          11. Cowboys ................................ Bye: 5........ $1
                                                                48. Maurice Morris, DET .............. Bye: 9........ $1       48. Malcom Floyd, SD .................. Bye: 6........ $1                                                                         12. Lions ...................................... Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                49. Thomas Jones, KC ................. Bye: 6........ $1       49. Nate Burleson, DET ............... Bye: 9........ $0                                                                          13. Chiefs .................................... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                50. Willis McGahee, DEN ............. Bye: 6........ $1        50. Jacoby Jones, HOU ............. Bye: 11........ $0                                                                            14. Rams ..................................... Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                51. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ..... Bye: 8........ $1           51. Louis Murphy, OAK ................ Bye: 8........ $0                                                                          15. Titans ..................................... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                52. Ricky Williams, BAL ............... Bye: 5........ $1      52. Lee Evans, BAL ..................... Bye: 5........ $0                                                                        16. 49ers...................................... Bye: 7........ $0
                                                                53. Roy Helu, WAS ...................... Bye: 5........ $1     53. Derrick Mason, NYJ ............... Bye: 8........ $0                                                                          17. Falcons .................................. Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                54. Jason Snelling, ATL ............... Bye: 8........ $1      54. Torrey Smith, BAL .................. Bye: 5........ $0                                                                        18. Cardinals................................ Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                55. Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL .......... Bye: 8........ $0         55. Brian Robiskie, CLE ............... Bye: 5........ $0                                                                         19. Colts .................................... Bye: 11........ $0
                                                                56. Ben Tate, HOU..................... Bye: 11........ $0      56. Mike Sims-Walker, STL .......... Bye: 5........ $0                                                                            20. Raiders .................................. Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                57. Isaac Redman, PIT............... Bye: 11........ $0        57. Johnny Knox, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $0                                                                         21. Vikings ................................... Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                58. Brandon Jackson, CLE ........... Bye: 5........ $0         58. Arrelious Benn, TB ................. Bye: 8........ $0                                                                        22. Seahawks .............................. Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                59. Ronnie Brown, PHI ................. Bye: 7........ $0      59. Donald Driver, GB .................. Bye: 8........ $0                                                                        23. Dolphins ................................. Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                60. Justin Forsett, SEA................. Bye: 6........ $0     60. Jordy Nelson, GB ................... Bye: 8........ $0                                                                        24. Broncos.................................. Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                61. Leon Washington, SEA .......... Bye: 6........ $0          61. Jason Hill, JAC ....................... Bye: 9........ $0                                                                     25. Bengals .................................. Bye: 7........ $0
                                                                62. Marion Barber, CHI ................ Bye: 8........ $0      62. Devin Hester, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $0                                                                        26. Browns ................................... Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                63. Anthony Dixon, SF ................. Bye: 7........ $0      63. Eddie Royal, DEN .................. Bye: 6........ $0                                                                         27. Bills ........................................ Bye: 7........ $0
                                                                64. Brian Westbrook, UFA....... Bye: TBD........ $0            64. Kevin Walter, HOU ............... Bye: 11........ $0                                                                          28. Texans ................................. Bye: 11........ $0
                                                                65. Cadillac Williams, STL............ Bye: 5........ $0       65. Mike Williams, SEA ................ Bye: 6........ $0                                                                         29. Redskins ................................ Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                66. LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARIBye: 6 ....... $0               66. Jordan Shipley, CIN ............... Bye: 7........ $0                                                                         30. Buccaneers ............................ Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                67. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ......... Bye: 6........ $0        67. Titus Young, DET ................... Bye: 9........ $0                                                                        31. Panthers ................................ Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                68. Montario Hardesty, CLE ......... Bye: 5........ $0         68. Steve Breaston, KC ................ Bye: 6........ $0                                                                         32. Jaguars .................................. Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                69. Tashard Choice, DAL ............. Bye: 5........ $0        69. Nate Washington, TEN ........... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                70. Taiwan Jones, OAK................ Bye: 8........ $0        70. Bernard Berrian, MIN.............. Bye: 9........ $0


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Jamey Eisenberg’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet
Top 200
1. Arian Foster, RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 11        41. DeSean Jackson, WR, PHI................. Bye: 7            81. Michael Bush, RB, OAK ..................... Bye: 8            121. Javon Ringer, RB, TEN .................... Bye: 6           161. Delone Carter, RB, IND .................. Bye: 11
2. Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN .................... Bye: 9         42. Dwayne Bowe, WR, KC...................... Bye: 6           82. Ryan Williams, RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6          122. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 5       162. Mike Sims-Walker, WR, STL ............ Bye: 5
3. Chris Johnson, RB, TEN ...................... Bye: 6         43. Brandon Marshall, WR, MIA ............... Bye: 5           83. Jimmy Graham, TE, NO ................... Bye: 11              123. Tony Gonzalez, TE, ATL .................. Bye: 8            163. Nate Burleson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9
4. Jamaal Charles, RB, KC....................... Bye: 6         44. Mike Williams, WR, TB ....................... Bye: 8       84. Willis McGahee, RB, DEN .................. Bye: 6             124. A.J. Green, WR, CIN ........................ Bye: 7         164. David Garrard, QB, JAC ................... Bye: 9
5. Ray Rice, RB, BAL ............................... Bye: 5     45. Ben Roethlisberger, QB, PIT ............ Bye: 11           85. Pierre Thomas, RB, NO .................... Bye: 11            125. Hines Ward, WR, PIT ..................... Bye: 11           165. Malcom Floyd, WR, SD .................... Bye: 6
6. LeSean McCoy, RB, PHI ...................... Bye: 7          46. Ryan Mathews, RB, SD ...................... Bye: 6         86. Jay Cutler, QB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8       126. Kevin Kolb, QB, ARI ......................... Bye: 6        166. Louis Murphy, WR, OAK................... Bye: 8
7. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU ................. Bye: 11             47. Antonio Gates, TE, SD ....................... Bye: 6       87. DeMarco Murray, RB, DAL ................. Bye: 5              127. Zach Miller, TE, SEA ........................ Bye: 6        167. Mike Williams, WR, SEA................... Bye: 6
8. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, JAC ............. Bye: 9             48. Daniel Thomas, RB, MIA .................... Bye: 5         88. Tim Hightower, RB, WAS ................... Bye: 5             128. Danny Amendola, WR, STL .............. Bye: 5               168. Kendall Hunter, RB, SF .................... Bye: 7
9. Darren McFadden, RB, OAK ................ Bye: 8             49. Mark Ingram, RB, NO ....................... Bye: 11        89. Chad Ochocinco, WR, NE .................. Bye: 7              129. Robert Meachem, WR, NO ............. Bye: 11                169. Chargers DST .................................. Bye: 6
10. Michael Vick, QB, PHI ........................ Bye: 7       50. Dallas Clark, TE, IND ....................... Bye: 11      90. Sidney Rice, WR, SEA ....................... Bye: 6           130. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8    170. Justin Forsett, RB, SEA .................... Bye: 6
11. Michael Turner, RB, ATL .................... Bye: 8         51. Ryan Grant, RB, GB ........................... Bye: 8      91. Matthew Stafford, QB, DET ................ Bye: 9             131. Jerome Simpson, WR, CIN............... Bye: 7               171. Shane Vereen, RB, NE..................... Bye: 7
12. Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB ..................... Bye: 8          52. Felix Jones, RB, DAL ......................... Bye: 5      92. Rashad Jennings, RB, JAC ................ Bye: 9              132. Davone Bess, WR, MIA .................... Bye: 5            172. Greg Little, WR, CLE ........................ Bye: 5
13. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET .................. Bye: 9           53. Jeremy Maclin, WR, PHI .................... Bye: 7         93. Steve Smith, WR, CAR....................... Bye: 9            133. Marcedes Lewis, TE, JAC ................ Bye: 9             173. Lee Evans, WR, BAL ........................ Bye: 5
14. Roddy White, WR, ATL ...................... Bye: 8          54. Jason Witten, TE, DAL ....................... Bye: 5       94. James Starks, RB, GB........................ Bye: 8           134. Roy Williams, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8          174. Greg Olsen, TE, CAR ....................... Bye: 9
15. Tom Brady, QB, NE............................ Bye: 7        55. Josh Freeman, QB, TB....................... Bye: 8         95. Kenny Britt, WR, TEN ......................... Bye: 6         135. Matt Cassel, QB, KC ........................ Bye: 6         175. Tashard Choice, RB, DAL ................ Bye: 5
16. Steven Jackson, RB, STL................... Bye: 5           56. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, NE .......... Bye: 7            96. Santana Moss, WR, WAS................... Bye: 5               136. James Jones, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8            176. Bernard Scott, RB, CIN..................... Bye: 7
17. Frank Gore, RB, SF............................ Bye: 7       57. Mike Tolbert, RB, SD.......................... Bye: 6      97. LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, NYJ .......... Bye: 8                137. Steve Breaston, WR, KC .................. Bye: 6            177. Matt Hasselbeck, QB, TEN ............... Bye: 6
18. Drew Brees, QB, NO ........................ Bye: 11         58. Marques Colston, WR, NO ............... Bye: 11            98. Danny Woodhead, RB, NE ................. Bye: 7               138. Lance Moore, WR, NO ................... Bye: 11             178. Matt Bryant, K, ATL .......................... Bye: 8
19. Peyton Manning, QB, IND ................ Bye: 11            59. Dez Bryant, WR, DAL......................... Bye: 5        99. Plaxico Burress, WR, NYJ .................. Bye: 8            139. Kyle Orton, QB, DEN ........................ Bye: 6         179. Derrick Mason, WR, NYJ .................. Bye: 8
20. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, PIT .......... Bye: 11              60. Wes Welker, WR, NE ......................... Bye: 7        100. Braylon Edwards, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7              140. Toby Gerhart, RB, MIN ..................... Bye: 9          180. Earl Bennett, WR, CHI...................... Bye: 8
21. Hakeem Nicks, WR, NYG ................... Bye: 7            61. Jonathan Stewart, RB, CAR ............... Bye: 9           101. Mike Thomas, WR, JAC ................... Bye: 9              141. Darren Sproles, RB, NO ................. Bye: 11            181. Anthony Dixon, RB, SF ..................... Bye: 7
22. Matt Forte, RB, CHI ............................ Bye: 8     62. Jermichael Finley, TE, GB .................. Bye: 8        102. Steelers DST .................................. Bye: 11      142. Todd Heap, TE, ARI ......................... Bye: 6         182. Stephen Gostkowski, K, NE .............. Bye: 7
23. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI ................... Bye: 6        63. Santonio Holmes, WR, NYJ................ Bye: 8            103. Thomas Jones, RB, KC .................... Bye: 6             143. Michael Crabtree, WR, SF ................ Bye: 7            183. Donovan McNabb, QB, MIN ............. Bye: 9
24. Philip Rivers, QB, SD ......................... Bye: 6      64. Joseph Addai, RB, IND..................... Bye: 11         104. Ricky Williams, RB, BAL ................... Bye: 5           144. Jordy Nelson, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8           184. Giants DST ...................................... Bye: 7
25. Mike Wallace, WR, PIT..................... Bye: 11          65. Anquan Boldin, WR, BAL ................... Bye: 5          105. Packers DST .................................... Bye: 8      145. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 5     185. Brent Celek, TE, PHI ........................ Bye: 7
26. Reggie Wayne, WR, IND .................. Bye: 11            66. Vernon Davis, TE, SF ......................... Bye: 7      106. Donald Brown, RB, IND .................. Bye: 11             146. Reggie Bush, RB, MIA...................... Bye: 5           186. Garrett Hartley, K, NO .................... Bye: 11
27. LeGarrette Blount, RB, TB .................. Bye: 8         67. Marshawn Lynch, RB, SEA ................ Bye: 6            107. Isaac Redman, RB, PIT .................. Bye: 11             147. Cadillac Williams, RB, STL ............... Bye: 5           187. Ben Tate, RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 11
28. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, NYG............... Bye: 7               68. Brandon Lloyd, WR, DEN ................... Bye: 6          108. Sam Bradford, QB, STL.................... Bye: 5             148. Jacoby Ford, WR, OAK .................... Bye: 8            188. Sebastian Janikowski, K, OAK.......... Bye: 8
29. Greg Jennings, WR, GB ..................... Bye: 8          69. Percy Harvin, WR, MIN ...................... Bye: 9        109. Jason Snelling, RB, ATL ................... Bye: 8           149. Johnny Knox, WR, CHI ..................... Bye: 8           189. Danario Alexander, WR, STL............ Bye: 5
30. Tony Romo, QB, DAL......................... Bye: 5          70. Eli Manning, QB, NYG ........................ Bye: 7       110. Roy Helu, RB, WAS.......................... Bye: 5           150. Mark Sanchez, QB, NYJ ................... Bye: 8            190. Nate Kaeding, K, SD ........................ Bye: 6
31. Vincent Jackson, WR, SD .................. Bye: 6           71. Fred Jackson, RB, BUF ...................... Bye: 7        111. Kellen Winslow, TE, TB .................... Bye: 8           151. Aaron Hernandez, TE, NE ................ Bye: 7             191. Torrey Smith, WR, BAL .................... Bye: 5
32. Matt Schaub, QB, HOU .................... Bye: 11           72. Steve Johnson, WR, BUF ................... Bye: 7          112. Julio Jones, WR, ATL ....................... Bye: 8          152. Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, BUF ................ Bye: 7           192. Montario Hardesty, RB, CLE............. Bye: 5
33. Peyton Hillis, RB, CLE ........................ Bye: 5      73. Owen Daniels, TE, HOU................... Bye: 11           113. Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE .................. Bye: 7             153. Marion Barber, RB, CHI .................... Bye: 8          193. Dan Carpenter, K, MIA ..................... Bye: 5
34. DeAngelo Williams, RB, CAR ............. Bye: 9             74. Austin Collie, WR, IND ..................... Bye: 11       114. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 8   154. Maurice Morris, RB, DET .................. Bye: 9           194. Dustin Keller, TE, NYJ ...................... Bye: 8
35. Matt Ryan, QB, ATL ........................... Bye: 8       75. Beanie Wells, RB, ARI........................ Bye: 6       115. Brandon Pettigrew, TE, DET............. Bye: 9               155. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 7   195. Cam Newton, QB, CAR .................... Bye: 9
36. Cedric Benson, RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 7         76. Ryan Torain, RB, WAS....................... Bye: 5         116. Chris Cooley, TE, WAS .................... Bye: 5            156. Stevan Ridley, RB, NE ..................... Bye: 7          196. Jamie Harper, RB, TEN .................... Bye: 6
37. Jahvid Best, RB, DET ......................... Bye: 9       77. Mario Manningham, WR, NYG ........... Bye: 7               117. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 7     157. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, ATL .............. Bye: 8             197. Neil Rackers, K, HOU ..................... Bye: 11
38. Miles Austin, WR, DAL ....................... Bye: 5        78. Pierre Garcon, WR, IND ................... Bye: 11         118. Deion Branch, WR, NE ..................... Bye: 7            158. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 11    198. LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB, ARI... Bye: 6
39. Knowshon Moreno, RB, DEN ............. Bye: 6               79. Brandon Jacobs, RB, NYG ................. Bye: 7           119. Ronnie Brown, RB, PHI .................... Bye: 7            159. Derrick Ward, RB, HOU .................. Bye: 11            199. Kevin Boss, TE, OAK ....................... Bye: 8
40. Shonn Greene, RB, NYJ .................... Bye: 8           80. Joe Flacco, QB, BAL .......................... Bye: 5      120. C.J. Spiller, RB, BUF ........................ Bye: 7        160. Brandon Jackson, RB, CLE .............. Bye: 5              200. Josh Brown, K, STL.......................... Bye: 5




Rankings by Position
Quarterbacks                                                    Running Backs                                                  Wide Receivers                                                    Tight Ends                                                       Kickers
1. Michael Vick, PHI ..................... Bye: 7...... $23     1. Arian Foster, HOU.................. Bye: 11...... $35       1. Andre Johnson, HOU ............. Bye: 11...... $22             1. Antonio Gates, SD.................... Bye: 6...... $12        1. Matt Bryant, ATL ...................... Bye: 8........ $2
2. Aaron Rodgers, GB .................. Bye: 8...... $22        2. Adrian Peterson, MIN ............... Bye: 9...... $34       2. Calvin Johnson, DET................ Bye: 9...... $21           2. Dallas Clark, IND.................... Bye: 11...... $11       2. Stephen Gostkowski, NE .......... Bye: 7........ $2
3. Tom Brady, NE ........................ Bye: 7...... $20      3. Chris Johnson, TEN ................. Bye: 6...... $33       3. Roddy White, ATL .................... Bye: 8...... $21         3. Jason Witten, DAL.................... Bye: 5...... $10        3. Garrett Hartley, NO ................ Bye: 11........ $2
4. Drew Brees, NO ..................... Bye: 11...... $19       4. Jamaal Charles, KC ................. Bye: 6...... $31       4. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ................ Bye: 7...... $17            4. Jermichael Finley, GB .............. Bye: 8........ $9        4. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK ...... Bye: 8........ $2
5. Peyton Manning, IND ............. Bye: 11...... $18          5. Ray Rice, BAL.......................... Bye: 5...... $30    5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................ Bye: 6...... $16        5. Vernon Davis, SF ..................... Bye: 7........ $9      5. Nate Kaeding, SD .................... Bye: 6........ $2
6. Philip Rivers, SD ...................... Bye: 6...... $17    6. LeSean McCoy, PHI ................. Bye: 7...... $26        6. Mike Wallace, PIT .................. Bye: 11...... $15         6. Owen Daniels, HOU ............... Bye: 11........ $8          6. Dan Carpenter, MIA ................. Bye: 5........ $1
7. Tony Romo, DAL...................... Bye: 5...... $15        7. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC ........ Bye: 9...... $25           7. Reggie Wayne, IND................ Bye: 11...... $15            7. Jimmy Graham, NO................ Bye: 11........ $7           7. Neil Rackers, HOU ................. Bye: 11........ $1
8. Matt Schaub, HOU ................. Bye: 11...... $14         8. Darren McFadden, OAK ........... Bye: 8...... $24           8. Greg Jennings, GB................... Bye: 8...... $14          8. Kellen Winslow, TB .................. Bye: 8........ $6       8. Josh Brown, STL ...................... Bye: 5........ $1
9. Matt Ryan, ATL ........................ Bye: 8...... $12     9. Michael Turner, ATL................. Bye: 8...... $22       9. Vincent Jackson, SD ................ Bye: 6...... $14          9. Rob Gronkowski, NE ................ Bye: 7........ $5         9. Adam Vinatieri, IND ................ Bye: 11........ $1
10. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ....... Bye: 11...... $10           10. Steven Jackson, STL ............. Bye: 5...... $20         10. Miles Austin, DAL ................... Bye: 5...... $13        10. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ......... Bye: 9........ $2           10. Mason Crosby, GB ................. Bye: 8........ $1
11. Josh Freeman, TB .................. Bye: 8........ $9       11. Frank Gore, SF ...................... Bye: 7...... $20     11. DeSean Jackson, PHI ............ Bye: 7...... $13             11. Chris Cooley, WAS................. Bye: 5........ $4         11. Alex Henery, PHI .................... Bye: 7........ $1
12. Eli Manning, NYG................... Bye: 7........ $8       12. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ..... Bye: 11...... $19            12. Dwayne Bowe, KC ................. Bye: 6...... $12            12. Tony Gonzalez, ATL............... Bye: 8........ $3          12. David Buehler, DAL ................ Bye: 5........ $1
13. Joe Flacco, BAL ..................... Bye: 5........ $7     13. Matt Forte, CHI....................... Bye: 8...... $18    13. Brandon Marshall, MIA ........... Bye: 5...... $11            13. Zach Miller, SEA .................... Bye: 6........ $2      13. David Akers, SF ..................... Bye: 7........ $1
14. Jay Cutler, CHI ....................... Bye: 8........ $6   14. LeGarrette Blount, TB ............ Bye: 8...... $17        14. Mike Williams, TB ................... Bye: 8...... $11        14. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ............. Bye: 9........ $2          14. Rob Bironas, TEN .................. Bye: 6........ $1
15. Matthew Stafford, DET ........... Bye: 9........ $5         15. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ......... Bye: 7...... $16             15. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................ Bye: 7...... $10          15. Todd Heap, ARI ..................... Bye: 6........ $1       15. Billy Cundiff, BAL.................... Bye: 5........ $0
16. Sam Bradford, STL................. Bye: 5........ $4        16. Peyton Hillis, CLE .................. Bye: 5...... $15     16. Marques Colston, NO ........... Bye: 11........ $9            16. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............ Bye: 7........ $1           16. Robbie Gould, CHI ................. Bye: 8........ $0
17. Kevin Kolb, ARI ...................... Bye: 6........ $3    17. DeAngelo Williams, CAR ........ Bye: 9...... $14           17. Dez Bryant, DAL .................... Bye: 5........ $9        17. Greg Olsen, CAR ................... Bye: 9........ $1        17. Jay Feely, ARI ........................ Bye: 6........ $0
18. Matt Cassel, KC ..................... Bye: 6........ $2     18. Cedric Benson, CIN................ Bye: 7...... $13        18. Wes Welker, NE ..................... Bye: 7........ $9        18. Brent Celek, PHI .................... Bye: 7........ $1      18. Jason Hanson, DET ............... Bye: 9........ $0
19. Kyle Orton, DEN..................... Bye: 6........ $1      19. Jahvid Best, DET ................... Bye: 9...... $13      19. Santonio Holmes, NYJ ........... Bye: 8........ $8            19. Dustin Keller, NYJ .................. Bye: 8........ $1      19. Nick Folk, NYJ........................ Bye: 8........ $0
20. Mark Sanchez, NYJ................ Bye: 8........ $1         20. Knowshon Moreno, DEN ........ Bye: 6...... $12             20. Anquan Boldin, BAL ............... Bye: 5........ $8          20. Kevin Boss, OAK.................... Bye: 8........ $1        20. Josh Scobee, JAC .................. Bye: 9........ $0
21. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF ............ Bye: 7........ $1        21. Shonn Greene, NYJ ............... Bye: 8...... $12         21. Brandon Lloyd, DEN............... Bye: 6........ $8           21. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ......... Bye: 7........ $0            21. Matt Prater, DEN .................... Bye: 6........ $0
22. David Garrard, JAC ................ Bye: 9........ $1       22. Ryan Mathews, SD................. Bye: 6...... $11         22. Percy Harvin, MIN .................. Bye: 9........ $7        22. Heath Miller, PIT .................. Bye: 11........ $0      22. Lawrence Tynes, NYG ........... Bye: 7........ $0
23. Matt Hasselbeck, TEN............ Bye: 6........ $1          23. Daniel Thomas, MIA ............... Bye: 5...... $11        23. Steve Johnson, BUF .............. Bye: 7........ $7           23. Jared Cook, TEN.................... Bye: 6........ $0        23. Shaun Suisham, PIT ............ Bye: 11........ $0
24. Donovan McNabb, MIN .......... Bye: 9........ $1            24. Mark Ingram, NO.................. Bye: 11...... $11        24. Austin Collie, IND ................. Bye: 11........ $6       24. Benjamin Watson, CLE .......... Bye: 5........ $0            24. Connor Barth, TB ................... Bye: 8........ $0
25. Jason Campbell, OAK ............ Bye: 8........ $0          25. Ryan Grant, GB...................... Bye: 8...... $10      25. Mario Manningham, NYG ....... Bye: 7........ $6               25. Ed Dickson, BAL .................... Bye: 5........ $0       25. Ryan Succop, KC ................... Bye: 6........ $0
26. Cam Newton, CAR ................. Bye: 9........ $0         26. Felix Jones, DAL .................... Bye: 5........ $9    26. Pierre Garcon, IND ............... Bye: 11........ $5         26. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ......... Bye: 9........ $0           26. Olindo Mare, CAR .................. Bye: 9........ $0
27. Colt McCoy, CLE.................... Bye: 5........ $0       27. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE ..... Bye: 7........ $9          27. Chad Ochocinco, NE .............. Bye: 7........ $4           27. Jeremy Shockey, CAR ........... Bye: 9........ $0            27. Phil Dawson, CLE .................. Bye: 5........ $0
28. Alex Smith, SF ....................... Bye: 7........ $0    28. Mike Tolbert, SD .................... Bye: 6........ $8    28. Sidney Rice, SEA ................... Bye: 6........ $4        28. Tony Moeaki, KC.................... Bye: 6........ $0        28. Graham Gano, WAS .............. Bye: 5........ $0
29. Chad Henne, MIA................... Bye: 5........ $0        29. Jonathan Stewart, CAR .......... Bye: 9........ $8         29. Steve Smith, CAR .................. Bye: 9........ $4         29. Travis Beckum, NYG .............. Bye: 7........ $0          29. Ryan Longwell, MIN ............... Bye: 9........ $0
30. Andy Dalton, CIN ................... Bye: 7........ $0      30. Joseph Addai, IND ............... Bye: 11........ $7       30. Kenny Britt, TEN .................... Bye: 6........ $3       30. Michael Hoomanawanui, STL . Bye: 5........ $0                30. Rian Lindell, BUF ................... Bye: 7........ $0
31. Tarvaris Jackson, SEA ........... Bye: 6........ $0         31. Marshawn Lynch, SEA ........... Bye: 6........ $7          31. Santana Moss, WAS .............. Bye: 5........ $3            31. Anthony Fasano, MIA ............. Bye: 5........ $0          31. Mike Nugent, CIN ................... Bye: 7........ $0
32. Rex Grossman, WAS ............. Bye: 5........ $0           32. Fred Jackson, BUF................. Bye: 7........ $6       32. Plaxico Burress, NYJ .............. Bye: 8........ $3         32. Lance Kendricks, STL ............ Bye: 5........ $0          32. Jeff Reed, SEA....................... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                33. Beanie Wells, ARI .................. Bye: 6........ $5     33. Braylon Edwards, SF .............. Bye: 7........ $3
                                                                34. Ryan Torain, WAS ................. Bye: 5........ $5       34. Mike Thomas, JAC ................. Bye: 9........ $3
                                                                35. Brandon Jacobs, NYG ............ Bye: 7........ $5         35. Julio Jones, ATL..................... Bye: 8........ $2
                                                                36. Michael Bush, OAK ................ Bye: 8........ $4       36. Deion Branch, NE................... Bye: 7........ $2                                                                          Defense/Special Teams
                                                                37. Ryan Williams, ARI................. Bye: 6........ $4      37. A.J. Green, CIN ...................... Bye: 7........ $2                                                                       1. Steelers.................................. Bye: 11........ $3
                                                                38. Willis McGahee, DEN ............. Bye: 6........ $3        38. Hines Ward, PIT ................... Bye: 11........ $1                                                                         2. Packers.................................... Bye: 8........ $3
                                                                39. Pierre Thomas, NO .............. Bye: 11........ $3        39. Danny Amendola, STL ........... Bye: 5........ $1                                                                              3. Jets .......................................... Bye: 8........ $3
                                                                40. DeMarco Murray, DAL............ Bye: 5........ $3          40. Robert Meachem, NO........... Bye: 11........ $1                                                                               4. Eagles...................................... Bye: 7........ $2
                                                                41. Tim Hightower, WAS .............. Bye: 5........ $2        41. Jerome Simpson, CIN ............ Bye: 7........ $1                                                                             5. Cowboys .................................. Bye: 5........ $2
                                                                42. Rashad Jennings, JAC ........... Bye: 9........ $2         42. Davone Bess, MIA.................. Bye: 5........ $1                                                                           6. Bears ....................................... Bye: 8........ $2
                                                                43. James Starks, GB .................. Bye: 8........ $2      43. Roy Williams, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $1                                                                         7. Ravens .................................... Bye: 5........ $2
                                                                44. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ..... Bye: 8........ $2           44. James Jones, GB ................... Bye: 8........ $1                                                                          8. Patriots .................................... Bye: 7........ $2
                                                                45. Danny Woodhead, NE............ Bye: 7........ $1           45. Steve Breaston, KC ................ Bye: 6........ $1                                                                          9. Saints..................................... Bye: 11........ $1
                                                                46. Thomas Jones, KC ................. Bye: 6........ $1       46. Lance Moore, NO ................. Bye: 11........ $1                                                                           10. Chargers ................................ Bye: 6........ $1
                                                                47. Ricky Williams, BAL ............... Bye: 5........ $1      47. Michael Crabtree, SF.............. Bye: 7........ $1                                                                           11. Giants .................................... Bye: 7........ $1
                                                                48. Donald Brown, IND............... Bye: 11........ $1        48. Jordy Nelson, GB ................... Bye: 8........ $1                                                                         12. Lions ...................................... Bye: 9........ $1
                                                                49. Isaac Redman, PIT............... Bye: 11........ $1        49. Jacoby Ford, OAK .................. Bye: 8........ $1                                                                          13. Dolphins ................................. Bye: 5........ $1
                                                                50. Jason Snelling, ATL ............... Bye: 8........ $1      50. Johnny Knox, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $1                                                                          14. Chiefs .................................... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                51. Roy Helu, WAS ...................... Bye: 5........ $1     51. Mike Sims-Walker, STL .......... Bye: 5........ $1                                                                             15. Falcons .................................. Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                52. Ronnie Brown, PHI ................. Bye: 7........ $1      52. Nate Burleson, DET ............... Bye: 9........ $1                                                                           16. Raiders .................................. Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                53. C.J. Spiller, BUF..................... Bye: 7........ $1   53. Malcom Floyd, SD .................. Bye: 6........ $1                                                                          17. Vikings ................................... Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                54. Javon Ringer, TEN ................. Bye: 6........ $1      54. Louis Murphy, OAK ................ Bye: 8........ $1                                                                           18. Cardinals................................ Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                55. Toby Gerhart, MIN ................. Bye: 9........ $1      55. Mike Williams, SEA ................ Bye: 6........ $1                                                                          19. Rams ..................................... Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                56. Darren Sproles, NO .............. Bye: 11........ $1       56. Greg Little, CLE...................... Bye: 5........ $0                                                                       20. 49ers...................................... Bye: 7........ $0
                                                                57. Reggie Bush, MIA .................. Bye: 5........ $1      57. Lee Evans, BAL ..................... Bye: 5........ $0                                                                         21. Texans ................................. Bye: 11........ $0
                                                                58. Cadillac Williams, STL............ Bye: 5........ $1       58. Derrick Mason, NYJ ............... Bye: 8........ $0                                                                           22. Colts .................................... Bye: 11........ $0
                                                                59. Marion Barber, CHI ................ Bye: 8........ $1      59. Earl Bennett, CHI ................... Bye: 8........ $0                                                                        23. Seahawks .............................. Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                60. Maurice Morris, DET .............. Bye: 9........ $1       60. Danario Alexander, STL ......... Bye: 5........ $0                                                                             24. Browns ................................... Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                61. Stevan Ridley, NE .................. Bye: 7........ $0     61. Torrey Smith, BAL .................. Bye: 5........ $0                                                                         25. Titans ..................................... Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                62. Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL .......... Bye: 8........ $0         62. Jordan Shipley, CIN ............... Bye: 7........ $0                                                                          26. Buccaneers ............................ Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                63. Derrick Ward, HOU .............. Bye: 11........ $0        63. Devin Hester, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $0                                                                         27. Bengals .................................. Bye: 7........ $0
                                                                64. Brandon Jackson, CLE ........... Bye: 5........ $0         64. Eric Decker, DEN ................... Bye: 6........ $0                                                                         28. Redskins ................................ Bye: 5........ $0
                                                                65. Delone Carter, IND............... Bye: 11........ $0       65. Jacoby Jones, HOU ............. Bye: 11........ $0                                                                             29. Broncos.................................. Bye: 6........ $0
                                                                66. Kendall Hunter, SF ................. Bye: 7........ $0     66. Nate Washington, TEN ........... Bye: 6........ $0                                                                             30. Panthers ................................ Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                67. Justin Forsett, SEA................. Bye: 6........ $0     67. Emmanuel Sanders, PIT....... Bye: 11........ $0                                                                                31. Bills ........................................ Bye: 7........ $0
                                                                68. Shane Vereen, NE ................. Bye: 7........ $0       68. Steve Smith, PHI .................... Bye: 7........ $0                                                                        32. Jaguars .................................. Bye: 9........ $0
                                                                69. Tashard Choice, DAL ............. Bye: 5........ $0        69. Arrelious Benn, TB ................. Bye: 8........ $0
                                                                70. Bernard Scott, CIN ................. Bye: 7........ $0     70. Jason Hill, JAC ....................... Bye: 9........ $0

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2011 Projections
Quarterbacks
                          Passing                                             Rushing                      Misc
Player                     Att      Cmp   Pct      Yds      TD       INT      Att     Yds      Avg    TD   FL     FPTS
Aaron Rodgers, GB          502      331   65.9    4,370     30        13      50      239       4.8    4    3      371
Michael Vick, PHI          429      265   61.8    3,453     25        14      91      505       5.5    7    3      347
Tom Brady, NE              562      375   66.7    4,173     33        14      22       31       1.4    1    1      344
Peyton Manning, IND        625      424   67.8    4,615     32        18      20        8       0.4    0    1      339
Drew Brees, NO             552      374   67.8    4,595     32        19      21       15       0.7    0    2      335
Philip Rivers, SD          508      335   65.9    4,405     28        12      27       55       2.0    0    2      322
Tony Romo, DAL             567      375   66.1    4,452     28        17      31       77       2.5    0    3      314
Matt Schaub, HOU           550      359   65.3    4,417     25        14      32       55       1.7    1    3      304
Matt Ryan, ATL             557      352   63.2    4,015     27        15      41       88       2.1    1    2      303
Ben Roethlisberger, PIT    492      308   62.6    4,044     23        10      37      100       2.7    2    4      294
Josh Freeman, TB           513      319   62.2    3,610     24        14      56      251       4.5    1    3      286
Eli Manning, NYG           520      323   62.1    3,936     24        14      26       58       2.2    0    3      273
Jay Cutler, CHI            488      295   60.5    3,667     24        19      53      222       4.2    1    4      273
Matthew Stafford, DET      468      283   60.5    3,804     23        15      20       38       1.9    1    3      264
Sam Bradford, STL          556      354   63.7    4,102     22        17      27       58       2.1    0    3      262
Joe Flacco, BAL            489      304   62.2    3,461     21        11      41       98       2.4    1    3      252
Matt Cassel, KC            471      282   59.9    3,235     22        15      46      179       3.9    1    2      251
Kevin Kolb, ARI            485      305   62.9    3,325     20        15      33      112       3.4    1    3      234
Kyle Orton, DEN            443      275   62.1    3,166     19        10      25       75       3.0    0    1      226
Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF      473      286   60.5    3,271     19        14      38      166       4.4    0    4      225
Mark Sanchez, NYJ          522      300   57.5    3,301     18        16      37      111       3.0    2    3      225
Donovan McNabb, MIN        486      296   60.9    3,244     19        13      34      120       3.5    0    3      224
Cam Newton, CAR            461      271   58.8    3,123     16        14      42      181       4.3    3    4      221
Jason Campbell, OAK        458      267   58.3    3,006     15        10      43      213       5.0    1    3      212
Matt Hasselbeck, TEN       410      251   61.2    3,035     17        11      21       80       3.8    1    3      209
Alex Smith, SF             433      261   60.3    3,128     17        12      31       77       2.5    0    2      207
Rex Grossman, WAS          494      295   59.7    3,601     15        15      24       37       1.5    0    2      204
David Garrard, JAC         326      195   59.8    2,212     14        10      57      250       4.4    3    2      191
Chad Henne, MIA            465      289   62.2    2,982     16        14      23       59       2.6    0    2      189
Colt McCoy, CLE            437      275   62.9    2,621     15        13      38      166       4.4    1    2      187
Tarvaris Jackson, SEA      351      210   59.8    2,407     12         9      41      202       4.9    0    2      166
Andy Dalton, CIN           367      235   64.0    2,409     15        14      24       71       3.0    0    3      159
Colin Kaepernick, SF       118       67   56.8     804       6         6      14       77       5.5    1    2      66
Brad Smith, BUF            12         7   58.3      85       1         1      38      322       8.5    2    2      65
Charlie Whitehurst, SEA    170       95   55.9    1,013      4         6      11       45       4.1    0    1      55
Jake Locker, TEN           107       61   57.0     736       3         3      13       55       4.2    1    1      51
Blaine Gabbert, JAC        143       82   57.3     865       4         5       7       26       3.7    0    1      49
Shaun Hill, DET            135       82   60.7     784       3         2      13       54       4.2    0    1      49
Tim Tebow, DEN             53        30   56.6     348       2         1      31      144       4.6    2    1      48
Bruce Gradkowski, CIN      144       83   57.6     895       3         5       6       17       2.8    0    1      44
John Beck, WAS             130       75   57.7     704       4         5      14       30       2.1    0    2      41
Christian Ponder, MIN      109       68   62.4     685       3         3      11       30       2.7    0    1      40
Vince Young, PHI           90        55   61.1     583       3         2      11       44       4.0    0    1      40
Tyler Thigpen, BUF         111       61   55.0     607       2         4      14       51       3.6    0    0      33
Jimmy Clausen, CAR         74        43   58.1     423       3         4       4       11       2.8    0    0      28
Kyle Boller, OAK           90        50   55.6     462       2         4      10       47       4.7    0    1      25
Byron Leftwich, PIT        50        28   56.0     313       2         1       3        4       1.3    0    0      23
Charlie Batch, PIT         26        15   57.7     184       2         2       4       15       3.8    0    0      17
Josh Johnson, TB           47        26   55.3     265       1         3       9       62       6.9    0    0      17
Charlie Frye, UFA          37        22   59.5     221       1         2       2       24      12.0    0    0      13
Brodie Croyle, UFA         29        17   58.6     140       1         0       0        0       ---    0    0      12
Caleb Hanie, CHI           33        20   60.6     166       1         1       2        3       1.5    0    0      11
Max Hall, ARI              56        31   55.4     262       1         3       0        0       ---    0    1        8
Matt Leinart, SEA          35        22   62.9     233       0         1       4        0       0.0    0    0        7
Brian Hoyer, NE            21        13   61.9     132       0         0      10        8       0.8    0    0        6
Dennis Dixon, PIT          20        12   60.0     134       0         1       3       19       6.3    0    0        5
Matt Flynn, GB             14         8   57.1      83       0         0       3        4       1.3    0    0        4
Billy Volek, SD            11         7   63.6      80       0         0       5       -5      -1.0    0    0       3
Andrew Walter, OAK         16         7   43.8      68       0         1       2        6       3.0    0    0        1
Chase Daniel, NO            2         1   50.0       8       0         0       1        8       8.0    0    0        1
Brooks Bollinger, DET       6         3   50.0      24       0         0       0        0       ---    0    0        1
Tyler Palko, KC             3         2   66.7      18       0         0       1        2       2.0    0    0        1
Kevin O'Connell, NYJ        2         1   50.0       8       0         0       1       -2      -2.0    0    0        0
Curtis Painter, IND        14         4   28.6      42       0         1       2        2       1.0    0    1       -2




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Running Backs
                              Rushing                                 Receiving                    Misc
Player                        Att     Yds     Avg     TD              Rcpt      Yds     Avg   TD   FL      FPTS
Chris Johnson, TEN            334    1,449    4.3     12               42       337       8    1    2       253
Adrian Peterson, MIN          311    1,430    4.6     12               35       357      10    1    3       251
Arian Foster, HOU             285    1,365    4.8     11               55       412       7    1    2       246
Ray Rice, BAL                 268    1,229    4.6      6               69       613       9    2    2       228
Jamaal Charles, KC            263    1,495    5.7      6               42       306       7    2    2       224
LeSean McCoy, PHI             228    1,127    4.9      7               71       524       7    3    2       221
Darren McFadden, OAK          240    1,235    5.1      7               48       420       9    2    3       214
Michael Turner, ATL           293    1,335    4.6     12                7        48       7    0    2       206
Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC       275    1,187    4.3      7               51       366       7    2    2       205
Steven Jackson, STL           244    1,134    4.6      7               47       405       9    1    1       200
Matt Forte, CHI               256    1,065    4.2      5               62       511       8    3    3       200
Frank Gore, SF                245    1,102    4.5      7               44       348       8    2    2       195
Rashard Mendenhall, PIT       274    1,266    4.6      9               20       160       8    0    2       193
Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG           259    1,174    4.5      7               53       402       8    0    4       192
Cedric Benson, UFA            268    1,095    4.1      7               33       239       7    1    3       175
Knowshon Moreno, DEN          233     986     4.2      5               40       348       9    3    3       175
BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE     234    1,060    4.5     10               17       103       6    0    1       174
LeGarrette Blount, TB         276    1,197    4.3      9               10        63       6    0    3       174
Peyton Hillis, CLE            218     902     4.1      9               44       308       7    1    4       173
Ryan Mathews, SD              238    1,020    4.3      7               35       260       7    1    4       168
Shonn Greene, NYJ             288    1,126    3.9      8               13        90       7    0    2       166
DeAngelo Williams, CAR        242    1,126    4.7      6               23       141       6    1    2       165
Jahvid Best, DET              213     871     4.1      5               49       462       9    1    3       163
Ryan Grant, GB                259    1,091    4.2      7               21       157       7    0    2       163
Fred Jackson, BUF             231     986     4.3      5               33       215       7    2    1       160
Felix Jones, DAL              207     968     4.7      4               36       325       9    1    2       155
Mark Ingram, NO               197     909     4.6      8               17       113       7    0    1       148
Daniel Thomas, MIA            225     987     4.4      6               20       136       7    0    2       144
Jonathan Stewart, CAR         189     866     4.6      6               21       150       7    0    2       134
Joseph Addai, IND             188     732     3.9      5               32       201       6    2    1       133
Marshawn Lynch, SEA           230     878     3.8      6               24       127       5    0    2       133
Ryan Williams, ARI            224     923     4.1      5               14       108       8    0    3       127
Brandon Jacobs, NYG           162     715     4.4      7               12        98       8    0    1       121
Beanie Wells, ARI             188     745     4.0      5               21       188       9    0    2       119
Mike Tolbert, SD              146     607     4.2      7               17       105       6    1    1       117
Michael Bush, OAK             154     670     4.4      6               20       158       8    0    2       115
Darren Sproles, NO            77      407     5.3      1               48       475      10    3    1       110
Ryan Torain, WAS              159     698     4.4      4               15       111       7    1    2       107
DeMarco Murray, DAL           150     623     4.2      5               16       112       7    0    1       102
Danny Woodhead, NE            111     505     4.5      3               26       205       8    2    0       101
James Starks, GB              158     624     3.9      5               17       121       7    0    2       101
Reggie Bush, MIA              104     420     4.0      2               44       325       7    3    2       101
Pierre Thomas, NO             147     610     4.1      4               20       161       8    0    1       99
Rashad Jennings, JAC          113     602     5.3      3               25       206       8    0    0       99
Tim Hightower, WAS            144     545     3.8      5               27       181       7    0    2       99
C.J. Spiller, BUF             115     554     4.8      3               34       232       7    1    3       97
Maurice Morris, DET           117     516     4.4      3               28       230       8    1    1       97
Thomas Jones, KC              145     605     4.2      5               12        73       6    0    1       96
Willis McGahee, DEN           148     575     3.9      5               18       106       6    0    2       94
Donald Brown, IND             107     420     3.9      1               32       305      10    2    1       89
LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ      92      356     3.9      4               43       286       7    0    0       88
Ricky Williams, BAL           133     512     3.8      3               17       120       7    1    1       85
Roy Helu, WAS                 136     607     4.5      3               10        74       7    0    2       82
Jason Snelling, ATL           110     479     4.4      3               20       148       7    0    1       79
Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL         84      377     4.5      1               30       256       9    1    0       75
Ben Tate, HOU                 97      431     4.4      4                8        52       7    0    0       72
Isaac Redman, PIT             91      401     4.4      4                9        85       9    0    1       71
Brandon Jackson, CLE          82      313     3.8      0               36       258       7    2    0       69
Ronnie Brown, PHI             88      428     4.9      1               17       128       8    1    1       66
Justin Forsett, SEA           52      237     4.6      0               33       265       8    2    0       62
Marion Barber, CHI            69      282     4.1      4               18       106       6    0    1       61
Leon Washington, SEA          61      286     4.7      0               28       222       8    2    1       61
Anthony Dixon, SF             82      333     4.1      4                3        11       4    0    0       58
Brian Westbrook, UFA          63      288     4.6      1               25       194       8    1    1       58
Cadillac Williams, STL        72      308     4.3      1               17       152       9    1    0       58
LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI   65      315     4.8      0               19       194      10    1    0       57
Correll Buckhalter, UFA       75      335     4.5      2               17       134       8    0    1       57
Montario Hardesty, CLE        106     411     3.9      2                2         8       4    0    0       54
Tashard Choice, DAL           73      313     4.3      2               13       105       8    0    0       54
Taiwan Jones, OAK             60      304     5.1      2               11        84       8    0    0       51
Delone Carter, IND            51      221     4.3      4                4        20       5    0    0       48
Marcel Reece, OAK             41      178     4.3      1               22       165       8    1    0       46
Bernard Scott, CIN            55      267     4.9      0               16       138       9    1    1       45
Kevin Smith, UFA              45      172     3.8      0               23       205       9    1    1       42
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                        Rushing                                Receiving                     Misc
Player                  Att     Yds   Avg      TD              Rcpt      Yds     Avg    TD   FL      FPTS
Stevan Ridley, NE       74      312    4.2      2                1         4       4     0    1       42
Toby Gerhart, MIN       65      273    4.2      1               12        88       7     0    1       40
Kendall Hunter, SF      63      288    4.6      0               15        98       7     0    0       39
Mike Goodson, CAR       48      222    4.6      1               17       108       6     0    1       37
Mewelde Moore, PIT      42      166    4.0      0               22       181       8     0    0       35
Leonard Weaver, UFA     29      121    4.2      0               18       140       8     1    0       32
Keiland Williams, WAS   52      233    4.5      0               13       100       8     0    1       31
Joe McKnight, NYJ       62      249    4.0      0                8        54       7     0    0       30
Derrick Ward, HOU       48      197    4.1      1                5        44       9     0    0       30
Javon Ringer, TEN       46      206    4.5      1                5        30       6     0    0       30
Mike Bell, DET          48      185    3.9      1                5        33       7     0    0       28
Earnest Graham, TB      37      135    3.6      1               10        68       7     0    0       26
John Kuhn, GB           29      115    4.0      0               13        82       6     1    0       26
Chris Ivory, NO         48      204    4.3      1                2         8       4     0    1       25
Shane Vereen, NE        18       87    4.8      0               13        90       7     1    0       24
Le'Ron McClain, KC      31      105    3.4      1               10        68       7     0    0       23
Patrick Cobbs, UFA       7       41    5.9      0               10       130      13     1    0       23
Dion Lewis, PHI         42      185    4.4      0                5        33       7     0    0       22
Lance Ball, DEN         45      200    4.4      0                3        15       5     0    0       22
Jerome Harrison, DET    38      152    4.0      0                8        60       8     0    0       21
Vonta Leach, BAL         7       30    4.3      0               16       121       8     1    0       21
Jacob Hester, SD        22       76    3.5      0               14        87       6     1    1       20
Jerome Felton, DET      26       84    3.2      1                7        58       8     0    0       20
Ladell Betts, UFA       22       84    3.8      1               10        70       7     0    1       19
Lex Hilliard, MIA       12       44    3.7      0               10        80       8     1    0       18
Ovie Mughelli, ATL      16       35    2.2      0               10        88       9     1    0       18
Jordan Todman, SD       31      122    3.9      0                6        55       9     0    0       18
Jerious Norwood, STL    30      122    4.1      0                8        72       9     0    1       17
Deji Karim, JAC         35      160    4.6      0                3        10       3     0    0       17
Rock Cartwright, OAK    26       88    3.4      0               10        82       8     0    0       17
Brian Leonard, CIN      13       51    3.9      0               17       118       7     0    0       17
Aaron Brown, DET        22       94    4.3      0                8        64       8     0    0       16
Ahmard Hall, TEN         3        9    3.0      0               13       106       8     1    1       16
Alex Green, GB          33      141    4.3      0                2        10       5     0    0       15
Lousaka Polite, MIA     29       90    3.1      0               10        45       5     0    0       14
Chester Taylor, CHI     26       93    3.6      0                8        58       7     0    1       13
Michael Robinson, SEA   11       43    3.9      0               10        88       9     0    0       13
Owen Marecic, CLE        7       23    3.3      0               16       108       7     0    0       13
Heath Evans, UFA         6       14    2.3      0                7        57       8     1    0       13
Justin Griffith, HOU     2        3    1.5      0                9        68       8     1    0       13
Owen Schmitt, PHI        2        7    3.5      0               10        62       6     1    0       13
Sammy Morris, NE        18       58    3.2      1                0         0      ---    0    0       12
Lynell Hamilton, NO     12       42    3.5      1                2        16       8     0    0       12
Gary Russell, OAK       10       26    2.6      1                4        31       8     0    0       12
John Conner, NYJ         8       44    5.5      1                2         9       5     0    0       11
Mike Hart, UFA          14       72    5.1      0                6        40       7     0    0       11
Chris Gronkowski, DAL    5       17    3.4      0                7        35       5     1    0       11
Kahlil Bell, CHI        20      110    5.5      0                0         0      ---    0    0       11
Naufahu Tahi, UFA        1        2    2.0      0               11        48       4     1    0       11
Jalen Parmele, BAL      24       90    3.8      0                2        15       8     0    0       11
LenDale White, DEN      15       43    2.9      1                0         0      ---    0    0       10
Johnny White, BUF       24       97    4.0      0                0         0      ---    0    0       10
Jeff Dugan, MIN          3        5    1.7      0                4        31       8     1    0       10
Kenneth Darby, UFA      16       66    4.1      0                4        29       7     0    0       10
Spencer Larsen, DEN      7       31    4.4      0                7        63       9     0    0        9
Tyrell Sutton, CAR      15       71    4.7      0                3        22       7     0    0        9
Gartrell Johnson, ATL   24       91    3.8      0                0         0      ---    0    0        9
B.J. Askew, TB           3        5    1.7      1                5        23       5     0    0        9
Danny Ware, NYG         12       54    4.5      0                3        27       9     0    0        8
Montell Owens, JAC       1       15   15.0      1                1         6       6     0    0        8
Corey McIntyre, BUF      7       30    4.3      0                6        44       7     0    0        7
Greg Jones, JAC          3       13    4.3      0               10        59       6     0    0        7
Steve Slaton, HOU       12       44    3.7      0                3        27       9     0    0        7
Javarris James, IND     17       70    4.1      0                0         0      ---    0    0        7
Evan Royster, WAS       17       70    4.1      0                0         0      ---    0    0        7
Anthony Sherman, ARI     7       25    3.6      0                4        41      10     0    0        7
Kolby Smith, JAC        17       44    2.6      0                4        20       5     0    0        6
Marcus Mason, SD        11       42    3.8      0                2        19      10     0    0        6
DeShawn Wynn, UFA        5       43    8.6      0                2        16       8     0    0        6
Tony Richardson, UFA     7       42    6.0      0                3        15       5     0    0        6
Eldra Buckley, PHI      18       56    3.1      0                0         0      ---    0    0        6
Matt Lawrence, BAL      13       52    4.0      0                1         4       4     0    0        6
Michael Bennett, OAK    11       29    2.6      0                3        25       8     0    0        5
Lawrence Vickers, HOU    5       14    2.8      0                7        40       6     0    0        5
Tim Castille, UFA        6       19    3.2      0                6        30       5     0    0        5

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Player                  Att     Yds    Avg     TD              Rcpt      Yds     Avg    TD   FL      FPTS
Albert Young, UFA       12       41    3.4      0               1          6       6     0    0        5
Mike Sellers, WAS        0        0     ---     0               6         46       8     0    0        5
Mike Cox, KC             1        1    1.0      0               7         42       6     0    0        4
Moran Norris, SF         6       14    2.3      0               5         22       4     0    0        4
Lorenzo Booker, MIN      7       18    2.6      0               4         14       4     0    0        3
Keith Toston, STL        9       30    3.3      0               0          0      ---    0    0        3
Jonathan Dwyer, PIT      9       28    3.1      0               0          0      ---    0    0        3
Jackie Battle, UFA       9       24    2.7      0               1          1       1     0    0        3
Tony Fiammetta, CAR      5       20    4.0      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Luke Lawton, OAK         0        0     ---     0               4         20       5     0    0        2
Quinn Johnson, GB        4       13    3.3      0               1          6       6     0    0        2
DeDe Dorsey, DET         2        3    1.5      0               1         16      16     0    0        2
Samkon Gado, TEN         5       10    2.0      0               1          8       8     0    0        2
Kregg Lumpkin, TB        1        6    6.0      0               1         11      11     0    0        2
Curtis Brinkley, SD      2       11    5.5      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Reagan Maui'a, UFA       0        0     ---     0               2         11       6     0    0        1
Terrelle Smith, DET      0        0     ---     0               1         10      10     0    0        1
Xavier Omon, SEA         4        9    2.3      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Stefan Logan, DET        8       48    6.0      0               0          0      ---    0    2        1
Thomas Clayton, NE       2        6    3.0      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Deon Anderson, MIA       1        1    1.0      0               1          4       4     0    0        1
Javarris Williams, KC    3        3    1.0      0               0          0      ---    0    0        0
Olaniyi Sobomehin, NO    0        0     ---     0               1          3       3     0    0        0




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Wide Receivers
                         Receiving                               Rushing                       Misc
Player                   Rcpt     Yds    Avg     TD              Att       Yds     Avg    TD   FL      FPTS
Andre Johnson, HOU       103     1,480    14     10               0          0      ---    0    0       208
Roddy White, ATL         106     1,442    14     10               0          0      ---    0    1       202
Calvin Johnson, DET       81     1,265    16     11               3         25      8.3    0    0       195
Greg Jennings, GB         81     1,336    16      8               0          0      ---    0    0       182
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI    107     1,355    13      8               0          0      ---    0    1       182
Mike Wallace, PIT         75     1,225    16      9               4         30      7.5    0    0       180
Reggie Wayne, IND        102     1,352    13      7               0          0      ---    0    0       177
Hakeem Nicks, NYG         85     1,187    14      9               0          0      ---    0    0       173
Brandon Marshall, MIA    102     1,225    12      8               3         17      5.7    0    1       170
Dwayne Bowe, KC           77     1,155    15      9               0          0      ---    0    0       170
Mike Williams, TB         77     1,143    15      9               0          0      ---    0    1       166
Vincent Jackson, SD       67     1,169    17      8               0          0      ---    0    0       165
Miles Austin, DAL         80     1,194    15      7               2         17      8.5    0    0       163
DeSean Jackson, PHI       55     1,045    19      7              15        112      7.5    1    1       162
Jeremy Maclin, PHI        81     1,119    14      8               2         12      6.0    0    0       161
Marques Colston, NO       80     1,050    13      8               0          0      ---    0    0       153
Santonio Holmes, NYJ      68     1,060    16      7               2         16      8.0    0    1       148
Dez Bryant, DAL           72       996    14      8               0          0      ---    0    1       146
Percy Harvin, MIN         80       966    12      6              20        134      6.7    0    1       144
Anquan Boldin, BAL        81     1,016    13      7               3         16      5.3    0    1       143
Wes Welker, NE            95     1,069    11      6               0          0      ---    0    0       143
Brandon Lloyd, DEN        74     1,003    14      7               0          0      ---    0    0       142
Steve Johnson, BUF        75       987    13      7               0          0      ---    0    0       141
Mario Manningham, NYG     75     1,045    14      6               0          0      ---    0    1       139
Kenny Britt, TEN          63       926    15      7               0          0      ---    0    1       133
Pierre Garcon, IND        75       944    13      6               0          0      ---    0    0       130
Sidney Rice, SEA          70       940    13      6               0          0      ---    0    1       128
Santana Moss, WAS         77       965    13      5               0          0      ---    0    1       125
Steve Smith, CAR          60       855    14      6               4         23      5.8    0    0       124
Chad Ochocinco, NE        58       777    13      6               0          0      ---    0    0       114
Mike Thomas, JAC          64       718    11      5              13        113      8.7    0    1       111
Julio Jones, ATL          55       776    14      6               2         10      5.0    0    2       111
Robert Meachem, NO        51       736    14      6               3         27      9.0    0    1       110
Austin Collie, IND        53       607    11      8               0          0      ---    0    0       109
Hines Ward, PIT           61       715    12      6               0          0      ---    0    0       108
Jerome Simpson, CIN       57       775    14      5               0          0      ---    0    0       108
Lance Moore, NO           59       703    12      6               0          0      ---    0    0       106
Jacoby Ford, OAK          46       714    16      4              12        136     11.3    0    2       105
Danny Amendola, STL       78       754    10      5               3         14      4.7    0    1       105
Braylon Edwards, SF       55       748    14      5               0          0      ---    0    0       105
James Jones, GB           49       657    13      6               0          0      ---    0    0       102
Deion Branch, NE          55       711    13      5               0          0      ---    0    0       101
Davone Bess, MIA          67       730    11      5               0          0      ---    0    1       101
A.J. Green, CIN           53       710    13      5               4         38      9.5    0    2       101
Plaxico Burress, NYJ      46       633    14      6               0          0      ---    0    0       99
Roy Williams, CHI         50       687    14      5               0          0      ---    0    0       99
Michael Crabtree, SF      55       688    13      5               0          0      ---    0    1       97
Malcom Floyd, SD          42       708    17      4               0          0      ---    0    0       95
Nate Burleson, DET        53       655    12      5               2         11      5.5    0    1       95
Jacoby Jones, HOU         58       704    12      4               0          0      ---    0    0       94
Louis Murphy, OAK         50       680    14      4               2         15      7.5    0    0       94
Lee Evans, BAL            42       616    15      5               1          5      5.0    0    0       92
Derrick Mason, NYJ        51       605    12      5               0          0      ---    0    0       91
Torrey Smith, BAL         44       639    15      4               3         26      8.7    0    0       91
Brian Robiskie, CLE       51       660    13      4               0          0      ---    0    0       90
Mike Sims-Walker, STL     47       616    13      5               0          0      ---    0    1       90
Johnny Knox, CHI          43       632    15      5               0          0      ---    0    2       89
Donald Driver, GB         50       579    12      5               0          0      ---    0    0       88
Arrelious Benn, TB        46       625    14      4               3         14      4.7    0    0       88
Jordy Nelson, GB          41       596    15      4               2         22     11.0    0    0       86
Jason Hill, JAC           46       603    13      4               0          0      ---    0    0       84
Devin Hester, CHI         44       581    13      4               7         35      5.0    0    1       84
Eddie Royal, DEN          49       595    12      4               0          0      ---    0    0       84
Kevin Walter, HOU         48       593    12      4               0          0      ---    0    0       83
Mike Williams, SEA        49       576    12      4               0          0      ---    0    0       82
Jordan Shipley, CIN       58       633    11      3               0          0      ---    0    0       81
Titus Young, DET          31       446    14      4               7        115     16.4    0    0       80
Steve Breaston, KC        42       598    14      3               2         16      8.0    0    0       79
Nate Washington, TEN      41       537    13      4               0          0      ---    0    0       78
Bernard Berrian, MIN      44       584    13      3               0          0      ---    0    0       76
Anthony Armstrong, WAS    35       574    16      3               0          0      ---    0    1       73
Blair White, IND          37       424    11      5               0          0      ---    0    0       72
Patrick Crayton, SD       40       541    14      3               0          0      ---    0    0       72
Antonio Brown, PIT        31       477    15      4               0          0      ---    0    0       72
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                           Receiving                                Rushing                       Misc
Player                     Rcpt     Yds     Avg     TD              Att       Yds     Avg    TD   FL      FPTS
Emmanuel Sanders, PIT       41       515     13      3               0          0      ---    0    0       70
Greg Little, CLE            35       472     13      4               0          0      ---    0    1       69
Jerricho Cotchery, PIT      44       506     12      3               0          0      ---    0    0       69
Brian Hartline, MIA         37       537     15      2               0          0      ---    0    0       66
Roscoe Parrish, BUF         38       464     12      3               3         22      7.3    0    1       65
Josh Morgan, SF             34       434     13      3               3         28      9.3    0    0       64
Jason Avant, PHI            42       510     12      2               0          0      ---    0    0       63
Earl Bennett, CHI           40       450     11      3               0          0      ---    0    0       63
Brandon LaFell, CAR         32       510     16      2               0          0      ---    0    0       63
Michael Jenkins, MIN        41       509     12      2               0          0      ---    0    0       63
Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE      30       444     15      3               0          0      ---    0    0       62
Devery Henderson, NO        29       478     16      2               3         23      7.7    0    0       62
Jabar Gaffney, WAS          39       499     13      2               0          0      ---    0    0       62
Donnie Avery, STL           33       474     14      2               4         34      8.5    0    1       61
Andre Caldwell, CIN         42       447     11      3               0          0      ---    0    1       61
Mark Clayton, UFA           31       404     13      3               3         16      5.3    0    0       60
Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK    30       433     14      2               2         21     10.5    0    0       57
Andre Roberts, ARI          35       472     13      2               0          0      ---    0    1       57
Chris Chambers, UFA         36       447     12      2               0          0      ---    0    0       57
Early Doucet, ARI           38       440     12      2               0          0      ---    0    0       56
Danario Alexander, STL      28       379     14      3               0          0      ---    0    0       56
Golden Tate, SEA            33       415     13      2               0          0      ---    0    0       54
Jon Baldwin, KC             33       446     14      2               0          0      ---    0    2       53
Demaryius Thomas, DEN       28       421     15      2               0          0      ---    0    1       52
Terrell Owens, UFA          24       335     14      3               0          0      ---    0    0       52
Justin Gage, TEN            21       327     16      3               0          0      ---    0    0       51
Brandon Stokley, WAS        31       385     12      2               0          0      ---    0    0       51
Dexter McCluster, KC        18       196     11      1              46        205      4.5    1    1       50
T.J. Houshmandzadeh, UFA    36       380     11      2               0          0      ---    0    0       50
Brandon Tate, NE            21       340     16      2               2         20     10.0    0    0       48
Steve Smith, PHI            30       350     12      2               0          0      ---    0    0       47
Jerrel Jernigan, NYG        23       334     15      2               4         25      6.3    0    1       46
Edmund Gates, MIA           26       364     14      1               3         25      8.3    0    0       45
Anthony Gonzalez, IND       28       310     11      2               0          0      ---    0    0       43
David Nelson, BUF           24       301     13      2               0          0      ---    0    0       42
Chansi Stuckey, ARI         27       295     11      2               2          8      4.0    0    1       40
Antwaan Randle El, UFA      21       264     13      1               2          5      2.5    0    0       39
Donte' Stallworth, WAS      26       325     13      1               0          0      ---    0    0       39
Brandon Gibson, STL         24       325     14      1               0          0      ---    0    0       39
James Hardy, BAL            20       265     13      2               0          0      ---    0    0       39
Seyi Ajirotutu, SD          13       262     20      2               0          0      ---    0    0       38
Domenik Hixon, NYG          22       275     13      2               0          0      ---    0    1       38
Ben Obomanu, SEA            21       307     15      1               1          8      8.0    0    0       38
Mark Bradley, NO            18       233     13      2               1          7      7.0    0    0       37
Eric Decker, DEN            18       237     13      2               0          0      ---    0    0       36
Deon Butler, SEA            23       265     12      1               2          9      4.5    0    0       33
Chaz Schilens, OAK          16       210     13      2               0          0      ---    0    0       33
David Anderson, DEN         25       266     11      1               0          0      ---    0    0       33
Austin Pettis, STL          18       255     14      1               0          0      ---    0    0       32
Josh Cribbs, CLE            17       150      9      1              13         70      5.4    0    2       31
Victor Cruz, NYG            17       234     14      1               0          0      ---    0    0       29
Sammie Stroughter, TB       28       286     10      0               0          0      ---    0    0       29
Kevin Ogletree, DAL         18       226     13      1               0          0      ---    0    0       29
Devin Aromashodu, MIN       18       222     12      1               0          0      ---    0    0       28
Legedu Naanee, CAR          23       276     12      0               0          0      ---    0    0       28
Jerheme Urban, KC           17       211     12      1               0          0      ---    0    0       27
Kelley Washington, UFA      16       202     13      1               0          0      ---    0    0       26
Ted Ginn, SF                14       231     17      0               5         31      6.2    0    0       26
Rashied Davis, DET          16       188     12      1               1          5      5.0    0    0       25
Harry Douglas, ATL          13       183     14      1               1          6      6.0    0    0       25
Greg Camarillo, MIN         22       245     11      0               0          0      ---    0    0       25
Greg Lewis, UFA             15       180     12      1               0          0      ---    0    0       24
Randall Cobb, GB            18       205     11      0               4         31      7.8    0    0       24
Cecil Shorts, JAC           17       234     14      0               0          0      ---    0    0       23
Devin Thomas, NYG           13       148     11      1               2         17      8.5    0    0       23
Damian Williams, TEN        16       219     14      0               1          5      5.0    0    0       22
Hank Baskett, UFA           13       164     13      1               0          0      ---    0    0       22
Sam Hurd, CHI               14       160     11      1               0          0      ---    0    0       22
David Reed, BAL             13       159     12      1               0          0      ---    0    0       22
Kevin Curtis, KC            13       158     12      1               0          0      ---    0    0       22
Maurice Stovall, TB         11       157     14      1               0          0      ---    0    0       22
Chad Hall, PHI              11       115     10      1               9         29      3.2    0    0       20
Marlon Moore, MIA            6       128     21      1               1         16     16.0    0    0       20
Ruvell Martin, UFA           9       135     15      1               0          0      ---    0    0       20
Kealoha Pilares, CAR        15       186     12      0               0          0      ---    0    0       19

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                           Receiving                                Rushing                       Misc
Player                     Rcpt     Yds     Avg     TD              Att       Yds     Avg    TD   FL      FPTS
Micheal Spurlock, TB         8       125     16      1               0          0      ---    0    0       19
Stephen Williams, ARI       15       180     12      0               0          0      ---    0    0       18
Riley Cooper, PHI            7       116     17      1               0          0      ---    0    0       18
Verran Tucker, KC            6       114     19      1               0          0      ---    0    0       17
Johnnie Lee Higgins, PHI    10       142     14      0               2         14      7.0    0    0       16
David Clowney, CAR          10       153     15      0               0          0      ---    0    0       15
Dezmon Briscoe, TB           6       93      16      1               0          0      ---    0    0       15
Leonard Hankerson, WAS      11       141     13      0               0          0      ---    0    0       14
Reggie Brown, TB             9       136     15      0               1          1      1.0    0    0       14
Brandon Banks, WAS           7       100     14      0               5         33      6.6    0    0       13
Patrick Turner, NYJ         11       132     12      0               0          0      ---    0    0       13
Brandon Jones, BAL          11       130     12      0               0          0      ---    0    0       13
Buster Davis, BUF           10       123     12      0               0          0      ---    0    0       12
Justin McCareins, TEN       10       139     14      0               0          0      ---    0    1       12
Julian Edelman, NE           8       100     13      0               2         12      6.0    0    0       11
Shaun McDonald, PIT         12       111      9      0               0          0      ---    0    0       11
Max Komar, ARI              10       108     11      0               0          0      ---    0    0       11
Greg Salas, STL              7       101     14      0               0          0      ---    0    0       10
Arnaz Battle, PIT           10       119     12      0               0          0      ---    0    1       10
Andre Davis, HOU             6       91      15      0               0          0      ---    0    0        9
Ronald Johnson, SF           7       107     15      0               0          0      ---    0    1        9
Dwayne Harris, DAL           6       85      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        9
John Standeford, DET         5       83      17      0               0          0      ---    0    0        8
Devard Darling, KC           6       82      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        8
Lavelle Hawkins, TEN         6       80      13      0               0          0      ---    0    0        8
Adrian Arrington, NO         7       79      11      0               0          0      ---    0    0        8
Terrance Copper, UFA         7       75      11      0               0          0      ---    0    0        8
Terrence Austin, WAS         5       74      15      0               0          0      ---    0    0        7
Donald Jones, BUF            6       72      12      0               0          0      ---    0    0        7
Dominique Zeigler, SF        5       65      13      0               0          0      ---    0    0        7
Roberto Wallace, MIA         6       62      10      0               0          0      ---    0    0        6
Duke Calhoun, NYG            0        0      ---     1               0          0      ---    0    0        6
Joe West, STL                0        0      ---     1               0          0      ---    0    0        6
Tiquan Underwood, JAC        4       56      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        6
Naaman Roosevelt, BUF        4       55      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        6
Brett Swain, GB              4       55      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        6
Eric Weems, ATL              5       58      12      0               3         16      5.3    0    1        5
Jarett Dillard, JAC          3       53      18      0               0          0      ---    0    0        5
Preston Parker, TB           4       42      11      0               1          7      7.0    0    0        5
Derrick Williams, DET        4       41      10      0               0          0      ---    0    0        4
Brandon James, IND           6       40       7      0               0          0      ---    0    0        4
Quan Cosby, CIN              3       36      12      0               0          0      ---    0    0        4
Courtney Taylor, SEA         3       33      11      0               0          0      ---    0    0        3
Will Franklin, OAK           2       28      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        3
Brian Clark, UFA             2       26      13      0               0          0      ---    0    0        3
Kassim Osgood, JAC           2       26      13      0               0          0      ---    0    0        3
Nate Hughes, JAC             2       23      12      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Limas Sweed, PIT             2       23      12      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Troy Williamson, JAC         3       21       7      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Quinten Lawrence, KC         0        0      ---     0               1         21     21.0    0    0        2
Nick Miller, OAK             2       20      10      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Matt Slater, NE              2       17       9      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Marko Mitchell, MIN          2       16       8      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Michael Bumpus, SEA          2       16       8      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Jeff Webb, KC                2       15       8      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Isaiah Stanback, SEA         2       15       8      0               0          0      ---    0    0        2
Mark Jones, TEN              1       14      14      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Logan Payne, MIN             1       13      13      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Glenn Martinez, HOU          1       11      11      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Brandon London, PIT          1       10      10      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Manuel Johnson, DAL          1        6       6      0               0          0      ---    0    0        1
Richard Goodman, SD          1       25      25      0               0          0      ---    0    1        1
Gary Banks, SD               1        2       2      0               0          0      ---    0    0        0
Kenny Moore, IND             2       20      10      0               0          0      ---    0    1        0




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Tight Ends
                            Receiving                                                        Misc
Player                      Rcpt              Yds              Avg              TD           FL     FPTS
Antonio Gates, SD            69               995               14              10            0      160
Dallas Clark, IND            87               948               11              10            0      155
Jason Witten, DAL            88               977               11               9            0      152
Vernon Davis, SF             69               924               13               8            0      140
Owen Daniels, HOU            68               838               12               6            0      120
Jermichael Finley, GB        61               812               13               6            0      117
Kellen Winslow, TB           70               778               11               6            1      112
Rob Gronkowski, NE           55               645               12               7            0      107
Tony Gonzalez, ATL           62               635               10               7            0      106
Marcedes Lewis, JAC          63               647               10               7            1      105
Brandon Pettigrew, DET       61               677               11               6            0      104
Jimmy Graham, NO             53               607               11               7            0      103
Chris Cooley, WAS            66               720               11               5            0      102
Zach Miller, SEA             58               692               12               5            1      97
Brent Celek, PHI             51               653               13               5            0      95
Greg Olsen, CAR              54               612               11               5            0      91
Benjamin Watson, CLE         60               669               11               4            0      91
Kevin Boss, OAK              50               622               12               4            0      86
Dustin Keller, NYJ           46               557               12               5            0      86
Jared Cook, TEN              41               485               12               6            0      85
Todd Heap, ARI               45               540               12               5            0      84
Jermaine Gresham, CIN        56               592               11               4            0      83
Tony Moeaki, KC              41               510               12               4            0      75
Heath Miller, PIT            46               495               11               4            0      74
Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN       47               533               11               3            0      71
Aaron Hernandez, NE          35               441               13               4            0      68
Anthony Fasano, MIA          35               440               13               4            1      66
Lance Kendricks, STL         30               377               13               3            0      57
Ed Dickson, BAL              27               361               13               3            0      54
Jeremy Shockey, CAR          31               363               12               3            1      52
Fred Davis, WAS              31               385               12               2            0      51
Joel Dreessen, HOU           24               305               13               2            0      43
Daniel Fells, DEN            26               288               11               2            0      41
Daniel Graham, TEN           26               275               11               2            0      40
Tony Scheffler, DET          29               350               12               1            1      39
Travis Beckum, NYG           20               186                9               3            0      37
Zach Miller, JAC             20               214               11               2            0      34
David Thomas, NO             25               223                9               1            0      28
Martellus Bennett, DAL       20               223               11               1            0      28
Randy McMichael, SD          18               202               11               1            0      26
Matt Spaeth, CHI             13               126               10               2            0      25
Donald Lee, UFA              22               176                8               1            0      24
Delanie Walker, SF           20               240               12               0            1      23
Evan Moore, CLE              16               226               14               0            0      23
Jacob Tamme, IND             13               166               13               1            0      23
Andrew Quarless, GB          13               164               13               1            0      22
David Martin, BUF            13               161               12               1            0      22
Bo Scaife, CIN               15               155               10               1            0      22
Brandon Myers, OAK           15               153               10               1            0      21
Billy Miller, NO             15               193               13               0            0      19
Will Heller, DET             12               121               10               1            0      18
John Carlson, SEA            16               180               11               0            0      18
Kyle Rudolph, MIN            11               113               10               1            0      17
John Gilmore, PIT            10               110               11               1            0      17
Leonard Pope, UFA            13               109                8               1            0      17
Rob Housler, ARI              9               109               12               1            0      17
Jeff King, ARI               13               102                8               1            0      16
Kellen Davis, CHI             9                93               10               1            0      15
Michael Gaines, HOU           9               106               12               1            1      15
Dante Rosario, DEN           13               145               11               0            0      15
Alge Crumpler, UFA            9                77                9               1            0      14
Michael Hoomanawanui, STL    12               134               11               0            0      13
Clay Harbor, PHI              9                72                8               1            0      13
Justin Peelle, ATL            7                69               10               1            0      13
Joey Haynos, UFA              7                61                9               1            0      12
Sean Ryan, TEN                6                50                8               1            0      11
Craig Stevens, TEN            4                44               11               1            0      10
Richard Gordon, OAK           7                87               12               0            0       9
James Casey, HOU              7                81               12               0            0       8
Darnell Dinkins, NO           3                21                7               1            0       8
Gijon Robinson, UFA          10                80                8               0            0       8
Jordan Cameron, CLE           6                72               12               0            0       7
Casey Fitzsimmons, DET       10                71                7               0            0       7
Shawn Nelson, BUF            10                91                9               0            1       7
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                       Receiving                                                        Misc
Player                 Rcpt              Yds              Avg              TD           FL     FPTS
Stephen Spach, UFA       8                62                8               0            0       6
Tory Humphrey, UFA       4                60               15               0            0       6
Billy Bajema, STL        5                58               12               0            0       6
D.J. Williams, GB        6                57               10               0            0       6
Tom Santi, UFA           6                57               10               0            0       6
Derek Fine, HOU          6                53                9               0            0       5
Kory Sperry, SD          4                52               13               0            0       5
Ernest Wilford, JAC      5                50               10               0            0       5
Gary Barnidge, CAR       4                44               11               0            0       4
Mickey Shuler, MIA       2                44               22               0            0       4
Brody Eldridge, IND      5                39                8               0            0       4
Kris Wilson, BAL         3                34               11               0            0       3
David Johnson, PIT       3                28                9               0            0       3
Garrett Mills, CIN       2                28               14               0            0       3
Richard Quinn, DEN       4                27                7               0            0       3
Spencer Havner, GB       2                26               13               0            0       3
Jake O'Connell, KC       2                19               10               0            0       2
Ryan Purvis, TB          2                19               10               0            0       2
Dennis Pitta, BAL        3                18                6               0            0       2
Bubba Franks, NYJ        2                16                8               0            0       2
Nate Byham, SF           2                16                8               0            0       2
Chase Coffman, CIN       2                15                8               0            0       2
Zach Potter, JAC         2                14                7               0            0       1
Jake Nordin, UFA         1                13               13               0            0       1
Ben Hartsock, NYJ        2                12                6               0            0       1
Logan Paulsen, WAS       2                10                5               0            0       1
Sean McHugh, PIT         1                 8                8               0            0       1
Nate Lawrie, PHI         1                 4                4               0            0       0
Jeff Cumberland, NYJ     1                 3                3               0            0       0




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Kickers
Player                      FG      FGA            50+FG            FGLg              XP   XPAtt        FPTS
Neil Rackers, HOU           27       30              2               55               44    44           129
Sebastian Janikowski, OAK   30       35              4               57               29    29           127
Mason Crosby, GB            25       30              2               53               48    48           127
Josh Brown, STL             30       34              4               53               28    28           126
Stephen Gostkowski, NE      26       30              1               50               46    46           126
David Buehler, DAL          29       33              1               51               31    31           120
Matt Bryant, ATL            25       29              1               51               40    40           117
Rob Bironas, TEN            26       30              2               54               34    34           116
David Akers, SF             26       29              2               50               34    34           116
Garrett Hartley, NO         24       28              0               49               44    44           116
Ryan Succop, KC             26       31              1               52               35    35           115
Nate Kaeding, SD            24       29              1               50               41    41           115
Robbie Gould, CHI           25       28              0               48               40    40           115
Nick Folk, NYJ              25       31              1               52               34    35           111
Alex Henery, PHI            24       30              0               47               39    40           111
Lawrence Tynes, NYG         24       28              0               47               39    39           111
Shaun Suisham, PIT          24       29              0               48               38    38           110
Adam Vinatieri, IND         22       27              0               47               44    44           110
Jason Hanson, DET           24       29              2               52               33    33           109
Billy Cundiff, BAL          21       25              1               50               44    44           109
Shayne Graham, WAS          24       30              1               50               34    34           108
Phil Dawson, CLE            24       30              2               52               32    33           108
Rian Lindell, BUF           25       31              1               53               28    28           105
Jay Feely, ARI              25       29              2               53               26    26           105
Matt Prater, DEN            23       28              2               55               32    32           105
Connor Barth, TB            24       31              1               52               30    30           104
Dan Carpenter, MIA          23       28              2               53               31    31           104
Olindo Mare, CAR            24       29              1               52               29    29           103
Josh Scobee, JAC            21       28              2               54               35    35           102
Ryan Longwell, MIN          21       26              1               50               30    30           95
Jeff Reed, SEA              22       25              0               46               27    27           93
Mike Nugent, CIN            20       25              0               45               25    25           85
Dave Rayner, DET             5        6              1               54                6     6           23
Nick Novak, SD               2        3              0               28                2     2            8
Ricky Schmitt, TEN           1        2              0               20                1     1            4




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Defense/Special Teams
Team         Int   STY   SACK      TK     DFR      FF      DTD     PA        PaNetA   RuYdA    TYdA    FPTS
Steelers     24     0     50       831     13      21       6      295        3,470    1,105   4,575    256
Packers      23     0     44       838      9      13       6      315        3,462    1,654   5,116    208
Jets         13     0     39       822     11      18       4      328        3,236    1,533   4,769    207
Eagles       22     0     48       827     10      14       5      319        3,175    1,932   5,107    206
Patriots     22     0     37       828     11      16       4      325        3,615    1,765   5,380    191
Bears        19     1     46       857     12      17       5      351        3,669    1,497   5,166    172
Giants       21     0     47       835     16      24       3      345        3,285    1,652   4,937    171
Saints       15     2     44       866     13      18       5      338        3,280    1,752   5,032    166
Chargers     17     0     42       846      7      14       2      347        3,003    1,634   4,637    166
Ravens       17     0     30       820     10      15       3      294        3,479    1,582   5,061    166
Cowboys      21     0     44       853     10      15       4      368        3,481    1,845   5,326    162
Lions        14     1     44       843     12      20       4      361        3,597    1,864   5,461    154
Chiefs       18     0     37       856      9      16       5      340        3,479    1,815   5,294    153
Titans       17     0     37       894     10      15       3      359        3,950    1,914   5,864    141
Rams         15     0     44       853     11      20       2      360        3,755    1,854   5,609    140
Falcons      16     0     30       844      9      16       4      360        3,555    1,724   5,279    136
49ers        17     0     32       876      7      12       4      344        3,711    1,725   5,436    136
Cardinals    14     0     33       906      9      13       4      396        3,577    2,004   5,581    135
Colts        13     0     33       880     12      14       3      372        3,662    2,019   5,681    133
Raiders      11     0     35       858      9      14       4      405        3,754    2,089   5,843    131
Seahawks     14     0     29       875      8      15       4      410        3,856    1,949   5,805    129
Vikings      15     0     35       865     10      14       2      382        3,508    1,895   5,403    129
Broncos      13     0     32       882     10      15       3      388        3,767    1,952   5,719    128
Dolphins     14     0     36       873     10      16       2      362        3,457    1,754   5,211    128
Bengals      18     0     30       772      8      11       2      377        3,440    1,928   5,368    126
Browns       18     0     26       860      8      12       2      365        3,346    1,995   5,341    122
Bills        15     0     25       887      8      13       3      433        3,363    2,004   5,367    121
Texans       14     0     29       870     10      14       2      398        4,065    1,828   5,893    121
Redskins     16     0     28       812      8      15       2      389        4,007    2,063   6,070    120
Buccaneers   15     0     28       872      8      10       2      372        3,754    1,930   5,684    118
Panthers     14     0     33       919      9      15       1      422        3,517    1,922   5,439    117
Jaguars      15     0     23       832      6       9       2      440        4,132    1,806   5,938    109




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2

Player Profiles (Alphabetical by Position)
                                        Jason Campbell, OAK                                            Bye: 8
Quarterbacks                            Jason Campbell is entering his second season with the Raiders and he is
                                                                                     hoping to have more success than he did in 2010, when he had 2,387 passing
Sam Bradford, STL                                                        Bye: 5      yards, 13 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 12 starts. Campbell has the
Sam Bradford is hoping to have a standout sophomore season after his stellar         potential to be a quality No. 2 Fantasy quarterback in deep leagues, but he
debut in his rookie year. In 2010, Bradford completed 60 percent of his passes       needs his receiving corps to improve this season. That need took a hit when
for 3,512 yards, 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. He also added 63                Zach Miller left for Seattle in early August, leaving Campbell with the likes of
rushing yards and a touchdown with two fumbles. Bradford nearly led the              Jacoby Ford and Louis Murphy, both of whom need to take significant strides
Rams to the playoffs, and he did it while losing two of his best targets in Donnie   this year. Our advice with Campbell, who is in a contract year, is to leave him
Avery and Mark Clayton to injuries for much of the season. This year, Bradford       on the waiver wire in standard formats and add him during the year if he starts
could be poised for a big season thanks to Josh McDaniels taking over as             out playing well. You can also plan to use Campbell during the season as a
offensive coordinator. McDaniels has done well in previous stops with                one-week replacement when he has a favorable matchup.
quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Matt Cassel and Kyle Orton. The Rams still need
help at WR, but Bradford should be drafted as a No. 2 QB with upside. He's                      -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
safe as a bye-week or injury replacement, but he has enough upside to be a           Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
potential starter in deep leagues if he can improve on his rookie year as            2011 (proj) 267-458 3,006 15               10          43 213 1               212
expected with the help of McDaniels.                                                 2010          194-329 2,387 13              8          47 222 1               183
                                                                                     2009          327-507 3,618 20             15          47 236 1               257
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---      Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD          Points
2011 (proj) 354-556 4,102 22               17         27 58 0              262       Matt Cassel, KC                                                             Bye: 6
2010          354-590 3,512 18             15         27 63 1              226       Matt Cassel is coming off a career-best season in 2010, and Fantasy owners
                                                                                     want to know if he can build off those stats in 2011. Last year, Cassel took
                                                                                     advantage of playing in Charlie Weis' offense and utilized all this weapons,
Tom Brady, NE                                                            Bye: 7      especially wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, who also had a career year. The good
Tom Brady heads into 2011 looking to build off one of the best seasons of his        thing for Cassel in 2011 is Bowe is back, he has a strong running game with
career. His foot should be fine following offseason surgery and we consider          Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones and a young tight end in Tony Moeaki. The
Brady a No. 1 Fantasy option worth a pick in Round 2 (or very early Round 3)         bad news is Weis is gone, leaving to run the offense at the University of
in all leagues. Looking back at his 2010 campaign, there's no reason to expect       Florida, and there's really no quality No. 2 receiver opposite Bowe even with
Brady to slow down as long as he's 100 percent. Last year, Brady lost Randy          the addition of rookie Jonathan Baldwin. Todd Haley should still be able to get
Moss after Week 4 and went on to win the NFL's Most Valuable Player award.           enough out of Cassel to make him successful, but keep in mind prior to Weis
He finished the season with 3,900 passing yards, 36 touchdowns and a career-         joining the Chiefs, Cassel was mediocre in 2009. We consider Cassel a No. 2
low four interceptions, while adding 30 rushing yards and a touchdown. This          Fantasy quarterback in all leagues. He's good enough to be a bye-week
was his best Fantasy season since his career year in 2007. Brady has a wide          replacement or start in an injury situation, but he's not someone you want to
array of talent at receiver even with the departure of Moss. Wes Welker, Deion       trust in your lineup on a weekly basis. Consider drafting him with a late-round
Branch, Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski are Brady's top targets                   pick.
heading into '11. You can make an argument that Brady is the No. 1 Fantasy
quarterback, but he's easily a top 5 option among the group of Aaron Rodgers,                   -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
Michael Vick, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees.                                         Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj) 282-471 3,235 22               15          46 179 1               251
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---      Fantasy     2010          262-450 3,116 27              7          33 125 0               282
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD          Points     2009          272-494 2,924 16             16          50 196 0               195
2011 (proj) 375-562 4,173 33               14         22 31 1              344
2010          324-492 3,900 36              4         31 30 1              371
2009          371-565 4,398 28             13         29 44 1              325       Kerry Collins, UFA                                                     Bye: TBA
                                                                                     Kerry Collins has opted to retire after 16 seasons instead of play a 17th with
                                                                                     the Titans or anyone else. The announcement first surfaced in early July.
Drew Brees, NO                                                         Bye: 11       Collins wasn't expected to be a reliable Fantasy option in the first place, but
A knee sprain took the starch out of some of Drew Brees' starts last season,         now owners can safely pass on him.
but he ultimately posted very good totals. More of the same is expected in
2011, and Brees should be up to it while playing in a contract year. Brees                       -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
strikes us as consistently motivated to play well, so the fact that a big pay day    Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
is coming shouldn't change things much. But playing in a high-powered offense        2011 (proj)       0-0         0      0       0          0   0    0             0
with lots of weapons should give him the ammunition for his sixth straight           2010           160-278 1,823 14              8         10 1      0            136
season with at least 4,300 passing yards and 26 touchdowns. The fact that            2009           119-216 1,225         6       8         12 15 1                72
he's averaging an eyelash under 300 yards per game over his last three
seasons is also comforting to Fantasy owners. Playing 11 games indoors in
2011 won't hurt either, and even though the Saints drafted RB Mark Ingram
with an acquired first-round pick, Brees should still air it out quite often. And
because there wouldn't be a week where you'd bench Brees, the need to draft
a No. 2 QB isn't as strong, opening up a roster spot on Draft Day for an extra
running back or wide receiver (perhaps a Saint?). Consider Brees a slam dunk
No. 1 Fantasy QB well worth a pick between 15th and 30th overall.

           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---      Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD          Points
2011 (proj) 374-552 4,595 32               19         21 15 0              335
2010          448-658 4,620 33             22         18 -3     0          334
2009          363-514 4,388 34             11         22 33 2              360




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Jay Cutler, CHI                                                         Bye: 8      Joe Flacco, BAL                                                             Bye: 5
The final image Fantasy owners have of Jay Cutler from 2010 is him sitting on       Joe Flacco has room to improve in 2011 after not matching wild expectations in
the bench wearing a parka and a knee brace in the NFC title game. Don't judge       2010, but it might not be easy. Flacco barely topped his sophomore season
him on that image or his inability to finish the playoff game, though. The bigger   numbers with 25 touchdowns, 10 interceptions and 3,622 yards on 306 of 489
concern is that Cutler's numbers actually fell while in Mike Martz's offense last   passing. That includes nine games with multiple touchdowns and eight with
season, a shocker considering the track record of quarterbacks in the high-         250 or more passing yards (one over 300 yards). He also rushed for a score
powered scheme. Playing in one less game, Cutler threw four fewer                   while totaling 84 yards on the ground, though he fumbled four times and was
touchdowns and 392 fewer yards than he did in 2010, though he did improve           sacked 40 times (both career-worst stats). The Ravens' offense has changed --
his yards per attempt by a full yard and threw 10 fewer interceptions. But the      Todd Heap and Derrick Mason are gone, eliminating some of Flacco's reliable
glaring issues, especially from the Bears' perspective, are the 52 times he was     targets, and they will be replaced by Lee Evans, who was added via trade.
sacked and 50 rushes he made. Both signs are proof that their offensive line is     Boldin and Ray Rice remain, as do rookie Torrey Smith and second-year tight
not where it needs to be, and with Cutler's knee hurt in their playoff loss to      end Ed Dickson. While expectations should be tempered some, Flacco should
Green Bay, that needs to be rectified. The Bears addressed that in the draft        still be in a position to help Fantasy owners, especially in matchups against the
and added Roy Williams to their receiving corps. It only helps that Cutler will     Browns (five touchdowns against them in '10). Consider him a low-end No.
stay in Martz's offense for a second straight season. We think Cutler's good        1/high-end No. 2 Fantasy quarterback worth a pick between Rounds 7 and 8 in
enough to start in deeper formats (14-plus teams) and fantastic as a No. 2          drafts this summer.
quarterback. Expect him to last until the middle-to-late rounds on Draft Day.
                                                                                               -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy     Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points     2011 (proj) 304-489 3,461 21               11          41 98 1                252
2011 (proj) 295-488 3,667 24               19         53 222 1            273       2010          306-489 3,622 25             10          43 84 1                280
2010          261-432 3,274 23             16         50 232 1            255       2009          315-499 3,613 21             12          34 62 0                248
2009          336-555 3,666 27             26         41 172 1            281

                                                                                    Josh Freeman, TB                                                            Bye: 8
Andy Dalton, CIN                                                        Bye: 7      One of the most popular sleepers of the 2011 draft season is Josh Freeman,
The Bengals took TCU's Andy Dalton in the second round of the 2011 NFL              who will captain the Buccaneers' upstart offense. Freeman accounted for 25
Draft. With Carson Palmer expected to sit out, Dalton has a good shot to run        touchdowns and nine turnovers last season while throwing for nearly 3,500
the Bengals' offense -- though Bruce Gradkowski will provide some competition       yards and running for more than 350. Only four times all last year did he fall
in camp. In college, Dalton had a 66.2 percent completion rate, 27 TDs to six       below 15 Fantasy points in a standard-scoring league, and more of the same is
interceptions in his senior season and, most importantly, 42 career victories.      expected. Freeman's ability to run for first downs and throw for touchdowns
He's a sharp quarterback with an arm good enough to run the West Coast              pales only to the likes of Michael Vick and Aaron Rodgers, and his receiving
offense in Cincinnati, and he'll eventually have the chance to connect with big     corps is among the brightest young units in the league. A good, not great,
receivers like A.J. Green, Jerome Simpson and tight end Jermaine Gresham.           schedule should keep Freeman's numbers competitive, but there's no question
We love his upside. If you're in a really deep seasonal league, Dalton is good      that he's one of the top young passers in the NFL right now. We'd draft
enough to draft late as a sleeper if he begins the year as Cincy's starter. In      Freeman as a low-end No. 1 Fantasy quarterback worth a pick in Round 7 or 8.
dynasty/keeper leagues Dalton is worth a middle- to late-round pick, and we         We'd advise owners to take a good backup behind him just in case he falls
think he's a safe late first-round choice in rookie-only drafts.                    below already lofty expectations.

           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy                -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points     Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
2011 (proj) 235-367 2,409 15               14         24 71 0             159       2011 (proj) 319-513 3,610 24               14          56 251 1               286
                                                                                    2010          291-474 3,451 25              6          68 364 0               308
                                                                                    2009          159-291 1,857 10             18          31 162 0               114
Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF                                                   Bye: 7
Ryan Fitzpatrick heads into the 2011 season as the expected starting
quarterback for the Bills. Fitzpatrick took over in Week 3 last year and played     Blaine Gabbert, JAC                                                         Bye: 9
well. He finished the season with 3,000 passing yards, 23 touchdowns and 15         The Jaguars traded up six spots in the first round of the NFL Draft and selected
interceptions. He also had 40 carries for 269 yards and five fumbles in 13          Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert with the 10th pick. The move instantly created a
starts. He had six starts with at least 18 Fantasy points and five starts with 15   quarterback competition between Gabbert and inconsistent starter David
points or less. He has a limited receiving corps with just Steve Johnson as a       Garrard, though it's obvious that Gabbert is the long-term solution. He threw for
proven option after Lee Evans was traded to Baltimore, but head coach Chan          3,186 yards and 16 touchdowns last season, and had 6,800 yards and 40
Gailey has gotten quality production out of most quarterbacks who play in his       touchdowns during his three-year college career. Gabbert has a good arm but
offense. What's more, the Bills added Brad Smith this offseason and plan to         wasn't close to perfect under pressure or on the run to throw a catchable ball.
use him as a Wildcat quarterback (and possibly more). Fitzpatrick should be         He also will have some issues reading defenses and noticing blitzes. There's
OK as a one-week replacement quarterback when the matchup is right but he           potential here, but with Garrard under center for Jacksonville, it seems as if the
otherwise shouldn't be touched in Fantasy play, even if he's in a contract year.    Jags can take their time. Gabbert should only be selected with a late-round
Don't draft him outside of two-QB leagues.                                          pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and with a second-round pick in rookie-only
                                                                                    drafts.
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points                 -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
2011 (proj) 286-473 3,271 19               14         38 166 0            225       Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
2010          255-441 3,000 23             15         40 269 0            244       2011 (proj)     82-143       865     4       5          7 26 0                49
2009          127-227 1,422         9      10         31 141 1            106




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David Garrard, JAC                                                      Bye: 9      Colin Kaepernick, SF                                                        Bye: 7
David Garrard's so-so passing totals were buoyed by his rushing totals once         In the first major move of the Jim Harbaugh era, the 49ers traded up in the
again last season, but it might be the last time he gets the opportunity to get     second round to take Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick with the 36th overall pick in
both. That's because the Jaguars drafted rookie QB Blaine Gabbert, effectively      the 2011 NFL Draft. While there's a growing sentiment that Alex Smith will re-
putting Garrard on notice that his time with the team will end sooner than later.   sign with San Francisco, there's nothing from his past play that suggests he
Chances are he'll begin 2011 as their starter but will make way for Gabbert         could be the franchise's long-term solution. In fact, Harbaugh declared a
once the team struggles or once 2012 comes. Garrard has maintained a solid          competition for the starting job in camp this summer. Kaepernick threw for
rushing average for three years now, maintaining it with over 65 carries per        3,022 yards and 21 touchdowns for the Wolfpack last season -- and had 59
season with 10 total rushing touchdowns. But in 2010, Garrard managed 23            rushing touchdowns in four years -- but has been dinged for his elongated
passing scores, a career high, while really reeling in his pass attempts (366       throwing motion, perhaps the biggest reason he slipped into the second round.
after 516 in '09) and improving his accuracy (a career-best 64.5 pct.). He even     Kaepernick's an interesting choice for Harbaugh. He's not quite a raw project-
halved his fumbling from a year ago, going from eight to four. But even with the    type passer, but he's far from a finished product. But what really makes him
improved numbers, the Jaguars have made their move for the future, which            appealing is his ability to extend plays, and with the receivers he'll have in San
makes Garrard an unappealing No. 2 Fantasy QB option in 2011. Draft him to          Francisco, that could result in some really big stats. We wouldn't gamble on
be a backup, nothing more, with a late-round pick.                                  Kaepernick in seasonal leagues, but he's worth the middle- to late-round pick
                                                                                    in dynasty/keeper leagues and a Top 20 pick in rookie-only drafts. If he beats
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy     out Smith for the starting job then he'll really start to draw some attention.
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points
2011 (proj) 195-326 2,212 14               10         57 250 3            191                   -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
2010          236-366 2,734 23             15         66 279 5            266       Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
2009          314-516 3,597 15             10         77 323 3            249       2011 (proj)     67-118       804     6       6         14 77 1                66


Matt Hasselbeck, TEN                                                    Bye: 6      Kevin Kolb, ARI                                                             Bye: 6
Matt Hasselbeck surprised many when he agreed to sign with the Titans in late       Kevin Kolb was traded to the Cardinals and will start there in 2011. Throwing to
July. He'll head to a Tennessee team that has a quarterback for the future in       elite receiver Larry Fitzgerald will be a nice boon for him as will having tight end
Jake Locker but still serve as their quarterback in 2011. In 2010, Hasselbeck       Todd Heap as a security blanket. Kolb, who has shown flashes of both
had an inconsistent season with 3,001 passing yards, 12 touchdowns and 17           brilliance and timidness through his limited playing time, also received a
interceptions and 60 rushing yards with three touchdowns in the regular             lucrative contract extension that includes $20 million guaranteed. Not bad for a
season. But he'll have better weapons around him in Tennessee and a better          guy with 319 career pass attempts and seven starts (though many of his fine
offensive line than what he had in Seattle. There's actually optimism that          stats came in his starts). We think it's best to call Kolb a No. 2 Fantasy QB with
Hasselbeck can put up better stats in Tennessee than he has in his last few         obvious upside, making him a consideration with a middle- to late-round pick
years with the Seahawks. Consider him a No. 2 option as a bye-week or injury        on Draft Day. Having Fitzgerald as a weapon to throw to is nice, but the fact
replacement, especially if he can stay healthy and hold on to the job through       that he's not a proven commodity knocks him down a peg.
the regular season (the Titans' record will ultimately determine that).
                                                                                               -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy     Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points     2011 (proj) 305-485 3,325 20               15          33 112 1               234
2011 (proj) 251-410 3,035 17               11         21 80 1             209       2010          115-189 1,197         7       7          14 68 0                75
2010          266-444 3,001 12             17         23 60 3             172       2009            62-96       741     4       3           4   5    1            51
2009          293-488 3,029 17             17         26 119 0            194

                                                                                    Jake Locker, TEN                                                            Bye: 6
Chad Henne, MIA                                                         Bye: 5      The Titans believe they filled the biggest hole on their roster with their first pick
Chad Henne's status heading into the 2011 season remains unknown. He                in the NFL Draft, taking QB Jake Locker of Washington at No. 8 overall. But
might return as the Dolphins' starter despite failing in that role in 2010 or he    then they buried Locker in that hole when they signed Matt Hasselbeck in late
could end up in a backup role if the team upgrades at the position. If Henne is     July. Hasselbeck is expected to begin the year as the Titans' starter while
the starter for Miami, then he should be considered a low-end No. 2 Fantasy         Locker waits on the sideline. The former Huskie was 619 of 1,148 for 7,639
option. In 2010, Henne mustered up only 3,301 passing yards, 15 touchdowns          yards with 53 touchdowns and 35 interceptions in his college career, adding
and 19 interceptions. He had four games with at least 18 Fantasy points and         1,939 yards (4.27 rush avg.) on the ground. He also rushed for 29 touchdowns.
seven games with 10 points or less. Henne failed to take advantage of wide          Locker has a very strong arm but is dogged by a career 54 completion
receiver Brandon Marshall and there's no reason to trust him in 2011 as             percentage in college and a suspect ability to read defenses. That doesn't
anything more than a bye-week replacement in deeper formats. It doesn't even        sound good, but the truth is that Locker will be a work-in-progress type for
matter that Henne is entering a potential contract year.                            Tennessee with the long-term goal of running the franchise's offense for a
                                                                                    decade. Fantasy owners should pass on Locker in seasonal leagues and pick
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy     him up with a late pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and an early-round choice in
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points     rookie-only drafts.
2011 (proj) 289-465 2,982 16               14         23 59 0             189
2010          301-490 3,301 15             19         35 52 0             185                   -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
2009          274-451 2,878 12             14         16 32 1             168       Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)     61-107       736     3       3         13 55 1                51

Tarvaris Jackson, SEA                                                   Bye: 6
Tarvaris Jackson is on the move to Seattle after a failed venture with the          Ryan Mallet, NE                                                             Bye: 7
Vikings. He is going to have to compete for the starting job, and his track         Someone had to take Ryan Mallett in the 2011 NFL Draft, and the Patriots
record isn't working in his favor. His completion percentage was typically below    finally pulled the trigger in Round 3. He will compete with Brian Hoyer for the
60 percent and his touchdown-to-interception ratio was nearly even (24 to 22)       backup job behind Tom Brady, but Mallett will most likely be the No. 3 QB on
with Minnesota. Even if Jackson wins the starting job in Seattle, he will be at     the depth chart. Don't plan on drafting Mallett in the majority of seasonal
best a late-round Fantasy flier.                                                    leagues even if you're the type of owner who likes to handcuff quarterbacks.
                                                                                    But in dynasty/keeper leagues he could be worth taking with a late-round pick,
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---     Fantasy     and the same goes for his value in rookie-only leagues.
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD         Points
2011 (proj) 210-351 2,407 12                9         41 202 0            166                   -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
2010            34-58       341     3       4          7 63 0             31        Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
2009            14-21       201     1       0         17 -10 0            14        2011 (proj)       0-0         0      0       0          0   0    0             0


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Eli Manning, NYG                                                       Bye: 7      the veteran as a No. 2 Fantasy QB. McNabb has a better slate of players
Eli Manning may never get the same recognition that his brother Peyton has         around him with the Vikings, but he will only be a bye-week or injury
among Fantasy owners, but he's starting to look like a legit option with his       replacement for now.
performance the past two years. Manning heads into 2011 with consecutive
seasons of 4,000-passing yards and 58 touchdown passes over that span. He                     -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
has a solid receiving corps, especially if Steve Smith returns as a free agent     Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
and is healthy following a knee injury, and the Giants are becoming more           2011 (proj) 296-486 3,244 19               13          34 120 0               224
balanced on offense. If Manning can cut down on the turnovers (25                  2010          275-472 3,377 14             15          29 151 0               202
interceptions and five fumbles in 2010) then his value will rise. We consider      2009          267-443 3,553 22             10          36 141 2               278
Manning a low-end No. 1 Fantasy QB this season, and he's worth drafting with
a mid-round pick.
                                                                                   Cam Newton, CAR                                                             Bye: 9
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---    Fantasy     The Panthers made Auburn QB Cam Newton the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD        Points     NFL Draft, giving them an athletic passer with a polarizing personality to help
2011 (proj) 323-520 3,936 24               14         26 58 0            273       them on and off the field. At 6-foot-5 and 248 pounds, Newton combined brute
2010          339-539 4,002 31             25         32 70 0            293       strength to barrel over defenders on the run with a strong arm. He accounted
2009          317-509 4,021 27             14         17 65 0            284       for 50 touchdowns, a 14-0 record, won the Heisman Trophy and led the Tigers
                                                                                   to the national championship. Panthers head coach Ron Rivera stressed
                                                                                   Newton isn't designed to be a "franchise savior," but said he'll get a shot to play
Peyton Manning, IND                                                   Bye: 11      as a rookie and compete with Jimmy Clausen. Newton is far from a perfect
Everyone knows that Peyton Manning is great for Fantasy Football, but is there     passer, but the blueprint is there for him to be a very productive quarterback.
anything that separates him from the rest of the elite quarterbacks? His track     His mid-range accuracy needs work and his love and knowledge of the game
record for starters. Without missing a game, Manning has averaged just over        needs to be proven. Fantasy owners should forget about him in standard
4,200 passing yards per season and 263 yards per game. He also is averaging        seasonal leagues, but for those owners in dynasty/keeper leagues he's worth a
nearly two touchdowns per game over his career and did top that average in         middle- to late-round pick. Expect him to end up between fourth and 10th
each of his last two years. He also has thrown 1,250 passes over his last two      overall in rookie-only drafts.
seasons, more than he's thrown in any back-to-back years of his career. That
suggests he could continue his torrid passing pace in 2011, especially if his                 -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
receiving corps comes back healthy (remember that he didn't have Austin            Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
Collie, Anthony Gonzalez and Dallas Clark for more than half of last season). A    2011 (proj) 271-461 3,123 16               14          42 181 3               221
pretty good schedule with 10 indoor games only makes Manning's appeal
grow. Look for him to be taken in Round 2 of every Fantasy league.
                                                                                   Kyle Orton, DEN                                                             Bye: 6
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---    Fantasy     Kyle Orton was expected to land with a new team this summer after it was
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD        Points     reported in late July that he was on the Broncos' trading block, but he never got
2011 (proj) 424-625 4,615 32               18         20 8      0        339       shipped out. Now it appears he's in line to start in 2011 for the Broncos. He
2010          450-679 4,700 33             17         18 18 0            351       started 2010 as the No. 1 quarterback in Denver but ended playing behind
2009          393-571 4,500 33             16         19 -13 0           346       Tebow for the final three games due to a rib injury. He finished the season with
                                                                                   a career-high 20 touchdowns and his second year in a row with at least 3,650
                                                                                   passing yards. He also had just nine interceptions and completed 59 percent of
Colt McCoy, CLE                                                        Bye: 5      his passes. His value will ultimately be determined by who he's playing with
Colt McCoy was forced into action as a rookie in 2010, but the Browns are          and the system, but if he's in Denver then he's still likely to be a No. 2
expected to make him their starter heading into 2011. That's because McCoy,        quarterback.
when pressed into duty due to injuries, did a nice job of taking care of the
football and is considered a perfect fit for Cleveland's new West Coast offense.              -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
McCoy ended last year with 1,576 passing yards, nine interceptions, six            Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown and 136 rushing yards. It was            2011 (proj) 275-443 3,166 19               10          25 75 0                226
nothing to write home about, but if the Browns can improve their receiving         2010          293-498 3,652 20              9          22 98 0                249
corps, there's some optimism for McCoy to play fairly well. He should only be      2009          336-541 3,802 21             12          24 71 0                257
picked late in leagues that start two quarterbacks or in deeper dynasty/keeper
leagues, but owners might find him in some appealing matchups during the
season thanks to a great schedule.                                                 Carson Palmer, CIN                                                          Bye: 7
                                                                                   After throwing for 26 touchdowns, 20 interceptions and 3,970 yards (61.8
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---    Fantasy     comp. pct., 6.77 yards/att.) in 2010, Palmer asked for a trade out of Cincinnati
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD        Points     in January. The team rejected the request and are holding Palmer's rights. For
2011 (proj) 275-437 2,621 15               13         38 166 1           187       now, it appears that Palmer would rather retire than play for the Bengals and
2010          135-222 1,576         6       9         28 136 1           101       therefore isn't likely to play at this point. Palmer was inconsistent in 2010 but
                                                                                   ended the year with five touchdowns, two interceptions, 574 yards and a 72
                                                                                   pct. completion percentage over his last two games. That was without
Donovan McNabb, MIN                                                    Bye: 9      established receivers and it provides evidence that he's not washed up. Keep
Donovan McNabb was finally able to get out of Washington, and he is                Palmer off of Fantasy rosters until it's clear that he's on the comeback trail.
expected to play and mentor rookie QB Christian Ponder in Minnesota this
season as a result. McNabb was miserable in his first year in Washington in                    -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
2010 and was benched for the final three games in favor of Rex Grossman.           Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
McNabb clashed with coach Mike Shanahan, and his play suffered with a 58           2011 (proj)       0-0         0      0       0          0   0    0             0
percent completion percentage, 3,377 yards, 14 touchdowns and 15                   2010           362-586 3,970 26             20         32 50 0                275
interceptions and 151 rushing yards, no touchdowns and one fumble. McNabb          2009           282-466 3,094 21             13         39 93 3                250
did have four games with at least 19 Fantasy points, but he also had seven
games with 15 points or fewer. Part of the problem was a lackluster receiving
corps, but McNabb also looked lost in a new offense for the first time in 13
years. He could also be slowing down at 34, but he still remains a starting-
caliber QB. With his new team in place and a chip likely n his shoulder, we see




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Christian Ponder, MIN                                                  Bye: 9      Ben Roethlisberger, PIT                                                    Bye: 11
The Vikings selected QB Christian Ponder from Florida State with the 12th          After totaling 3,822 yards, 24 total touchdowns and nine interceptions in 15
overall pick in the NFL draft. Ponder ranks among the top five at FSU for          games (12 regular-season games plus three postseason games including
career passing yards (4th, 6,866), career completions (3rd, 595), career total     Super Bowl XLV), Ben Roethlisberger has proven that he's a legitimate
offense (3rd, 7,696), career TD passes (tied 5th, 49) and career completion        Fantasy starting quarterback. He posted at least 18 Fantasy points in seven of
percentage (2nd, 62.0). Injuries played a role in college for Ponder, who has      12 regular-season starts. Though his completion percentage took a dip,
had elbow surgery, a concussion and a Grade-3 separation of his throwing           Roethlisberger's receiving corps showed promise with the additions of
shoulder since 2009. Ponder played in a pro-style offense with the Seminoles       Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio Brown joining Mike Wallace and Hines Ward.
that's similar to what the Vikings will run under new offensive coordinator Bill   Tack on a really favorable schedule in 2011, including games against the AFC
Musgrave, and that's a huge positive. The negatives are that he's injury prone     South and NFC West, and signs point to Big Ben having a great shot at getting
given how he was banged up in college and that he doesn't have a cannon for        north of 4,000 yards and 25 touchdowns in 2011, just as he did in 2009.
an arm. But that's OK because he'll run an offense based on the West Coast         There's really no reason to forget about Roethlisberger on Draft Day; if you opt
system, which means he won't throw a ton of deep passes and will instead rely      to pass on quarterbacks early in your draft, he'll be there between Rounds 5
on his accuracy. Given his targets, we don't hate Ponder assuming he winds         and 7 and help your lineup. Consider him a very good value pick.
up starting in Minnesota this season. If that happens then he could actually be
useful as a one-week replacement off waivers during the season when given a                   -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---         Fantasy
favorable matchup. The only leagues he should be drafted in are                    Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD             Points
dynasty/keeper leagues (late-round pick) and rookie-only drafts (second- or        2011 (proj) 308-492 4,044 23               10         37 100 2                294
third-round pick).                                                                 2010          240-389 3,200 17              5         34 176 2                243
                                                                                   2009          337-506 4,328 26             12         41 79 2                 318
            -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---   Fantasy
Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD       Points
2011 (proj)     68-109       685     3       3         11 30 0           40        Tony Romo, DAL                                                              Bye: 5
                                                                                   Tony Romo is expected to return at 100 percent from a fractured left clavicle
                                                                                   that limited him to just five full games in 2010. He should come back as a No. 1
Philip Rivers, SD                                                      Bye: 6      Fantasy quarterback and we recommend drafting him with a pick as early as
Philip Rivers continues to prove he's among the best quarterbacks in the NFL       Round 3 in all leagues. Prior to 2010, Romo passed for at least 4,200 yards in
and one of the top Fantasy options. He enters this season looking for his fourth   two of his previous three years. He also had 88 touchdowns and 42
year in a row with at least 4,000 passing yards and at least 28 touchdowns.        interceptions from 2007-09, and last year he was on pace for an outstanding
Better yet, Rivers' pass attempts have increased each year since 2007 from         season (5,011 yards, 32 touchdowns, 22 interceptions) before he was hurt
460 to 478 to 486 to a career-high 541 last season. He also should have            against the Giants in Week 7. He has an outstanding receiving corps in Miles
Vincent Jackson back for a full year and a healthy Antonio Gates as well. The      Austin, Dez Bryant and Jason Witten and a pass-happy play caller in Jason
one downside for Rivers could be if the Chargers decide to be more balanced        Garrett. Best of all, Romo is a great consolation prize if you miss out on the
on offense with second-year running back Ryan Mathews expected to improve.         upper-echelon quarterbacks through the first 25 picks.
But even if that happens, it's not like Rivers will slow down much. We like
Rivers as a top 5 Fantasy quarterback worth drafting in Round 2 in all leagues.               -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---         Fantasy
If he falls to Round 3, then consider it a steal.                                  Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD             Points
                                                                                   2011 (proj) 375-567 4,452 28               17         31 77 0                 314
           -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---   Fantasy     2010          148-213 1,605 11              7          6 38 0                 120
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD       Points     2009          347-550 4,483 26              9         35 105 1                325
2011 (proj) 335-508 4,405 28               12          27 55 0           322
2010          357-541 4,710 30             13          29 52 0           341
2009          317-486 4,254 28              9          26 50 1           325       Matt Ryan, ATL                                                              Bye: 8
                                                                                   This could be the year Matt Ryan becomes an elite passer. He's firmly
                                                                                   entrenched as a No. 1 Fantasy quarterback with Roddy White and Tony
Aaron Rodgers, GB                                                      Bye: 8      Gonzalez among his veteran targets and rookie Julio Jones his newest play
Over the last two years, drafting Aaron Rodgers was one of the smartest,           toy. The addition of Jones will force defenses to play very honest, and Ryan
shrewdest moves a Fantasy owner could have made. It still should be in 2011,       should be able to pick them apart. After throwing for 3,705 yards and 28
but it's going to cost you a high draft pick to get him. Rodgers has totaled at    passing touchdowns last season, expectations are higher and as a result Ryan
least 32 touchdowns in each of his last three seasons with an average of 4,131     should deliver fairly big totals on a weekly basis. Expect Ryan to follow Tony
passing yards in that span. Clearly, since taking over the starting job for the    Romo and Matt Schaub off draft boards this summer as early as Round 4.
Packers, Rodgers has been lights out, and last year it pushed the Packers to a     There's tremendous upside here given that Ryan completed just 62.5 pct. of his
Super Bowl win. Our research suggests that quarterbacks who win a Super            passes and averaged just 6.5 yards per attempt. If you whiff on an elite passer
Bowl are primed to play well the following season, and our analysis of the         through the first three rounds of your draft, winding up with Ryan is a terrific
Packers' schedule suggests another playoff run is coming. That means               consolation prize.
Rodgers should play stunning football once again thanks to his healthy
receiving corps and aggressive play calling (not to mention his own ability).                 -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---         Fantasy
Rodgers is a rock solid No. 1 Fantasy QB but to land him you'll likely need a      Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD             Points
first-round pick or early-second round selection. He’s that good, and he should    2011 (proj) 352-557 4,015 27               15         41 88 1                 303
perform well again this year.                                                      2010          357-571 3,705 28              9         46 122 0                308
                                                                                   2009          263-451 2,916 22             14         30 49 1                 226
           -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---   Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD       Points
2011 (proj) 331-502 4,370 30               13          50 239 4          371
2010          312-475 3,922 28             11          64 356 4          359
2009          350-541 4,434 30              7          59 304 5          401




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Mark Sanchez, NYJ                                                          Bye: 8      Matthew Stafford, DET                                                       Bye: 9
For the second year in a row, Mark Sanchez took the Jets to the AFC                    Matthew Stafford has a big arm, a couple of big-play weapons, a seasoned
Championship Game, this time losing to the Steelers after falling to the Colts in      offensive coordinator, a good running back and a decent offensive line. He also
his rookie year. But unlike 2009, Sanchez improved in 2010 -- or so it appears.        has a shoulder that is made of glass. The Lions' quarterback has suffered four
His stats from his sophomore season (3,291 passing yards, 17 touchdowns                serious shoulder injuries over two seasons and is coming off of shoulder
and 13 interceptions and 105 rushing yards, three rush touchdowns and one              surgery for the second offseason in a row. He's on track to be ready for the
fumble) were better than his rookie campaign (2,444 passing yards, 12                  start of the season, and the potential he brings to the table given his play last
touchdowns and 20 interceptions and 106 rushing yards, three touchdowns                season (535 yards, six touchdowns, one interception in nine quarters) is
and three fumbles). But Sanchez also had 15 dropped interceptions, which led           obvious. Your best bet is to draft Stafford as a blue-chip No. 2 Fantasy
the NFL. Still, when you look at his positive production, it does show he is           quarterback worth a pick starting in Round 9, albeit not with a low-end No. 1
improving. He had six games with at least 18 Fantasy points and five multi-            Fantasy quarterback since it can't be assumed that Stafford will play 16 games.
touchdown games. Sanchez saw the team keep Santonio Holmes but part                    But if he does somehow, then he could be a star.
ways with Braylon Edwards and Jerricho Cotchery, opting to sign Plaxico
Burress and Derrick Mason. That's considered an improvement, and he should                        -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
get better. He should still be viewed as a No. 2 option with a late-round pick.        Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
We expect him to grow in his third year, but he's still not valuable enough to         2011 (proj) 283-468 3,804 23               15          20 38 1                264
consider as a starter.                                                                 2010            57-96       535     6       1           4 11 1                62
                                                                                       2009          201-377 2,267 13             20          21 108 2               150
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---       Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD           Points
2011 (proj) 300-522 3,301 18               16         37 111 2              225        Tim Tebow, DEN                                                              Bye: 6
2010          278-507 3,291 17             13         30 105 3              235        Tim Tebow was expected to end up as the Broncos' starting quarterback after it
2009          196-363 2,444 12             20         36 106 3              155        was revealed in late July that the team would shop Kyle Orton around the
                                                                                       league, but Orton was never shipped. Now there's discussion that Tebow will
                                                                                       start 2011 on the bench. In 2010, Tebow started the final three games of his
Matt Schaub, HOU                                                         Bye: 11       rookie season with Orton out with a rib injury and the former Florida Gator had
Matt Schaub's numbers drifted south in 2010 compared to his mammoth 2009               at least 24 Fantasy points in a standard league in all three outings. He finished
totals, but he still remains a fine starting Fantasy QB for owners to draft.           with 651 passing yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions, with 199
Starting 16 games for the second year in a row, Schaub's passing yardage               rushing yards and three touchdowns in that span. His ability to run and throw
(4,370), completion percentage (63.6), yards per attempt (7.61) and passing            makes him an excellent stat producer, but if he's not playing then he's not
scores (24) were all below last year's marks. On the plus side, he threw fewer         putting up any numbers. We would consider him a high-end No. 2 Fantasy
interceptions (12) and had over 15 Fantasy points in 11 games. There's                 quarterback if he's the starter worth a late-round pick. If he's not starting, then
optimism for Schaub to outperform these numbers in 2011: His offensive line            go ahead and punt on him.
has become a strength, he's getting a lot of good stats out of Arian Foster, tight
end Owen Daniels has re-signed and will undergo a normal offseason instead                         -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
of rehabbing a knee injury and the team might finally address their No. 2              Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD            Points
receiver spot opposite Andre Johnson after another disappointing year from             2011 (proj)      30-53       348     2       1         31 144 2               48
Kevin Walter and Jacoby Jones. If that spot is addressed, and with the Texans          2010             41-82       654     5       3         43 227 6               108
playing under a win-or-else mandate and with a mostly favorable schedule,
Schaub should put up some good numbers. He's worth drafting after the elite
QB options are off the board in Round 3 and is someone to target if you don't          Michael Vick, PHI                                                           Bye: 7
like taking your quarterbacks early in drafts.                                         Michael Vick went from someone who was despised by all for his involvement
                                                                                       in a dog-fighting ring to a player most Fantasy owners now covet on Draft Day.
           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---       Fantasy      That's because of his play in 2010 when he took over for an injured Kevin Kolb
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD           Points      and finished with the best season of his career. Vick passed for 3,018 yards on
2011 (proj) 359-550 4,417 25               14         32 55 1               304        63 percent completions with 21 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also
2010          365-574 4,370 24             12         22 28 0               292        added 676 rushing yards and nine touchdowns with just three fumbles. The
2009          396-583 4,770 29             15         47 61 0               338        passing yards, completion percentage, touchdowns and rushing touchdowns
                                                                                       were all career highs, and he's looking to build on that performance this
                                                                                       season. Vick will remain in a contract year after being designated as
Alex Smith, SF                                                             Bye: 7      Philadelphia's franchise player, and Fantasy owners should view him as a
Alll signs point to Alex Smith returning to the 49ers as their starting quarterback    potential first-round pick. He should easily be drafted as one of the Top 3
in 2011, even with the addition of rookie QB Colin Kaepernick in the second            quarterbacks and should have another dynamic season. If there's a catch with
round of the NFL Draft. Most likely, Smith will start, and if he plays well, he will   Vick, it's that injuries could play a role -- he missed three games during the
remain in the position throughout the year. If he struggles, Kaepernick will take      season with a rib injury and sat out the season finale to rest for the playoffs.
over. Smith had a down year in 2010. He completed 60 percent of his passes             But Vick's ability to pass and run makes him a unique asset that Fantasy
for 2,370 yards, 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions with two fumbles in 10             owners have to at least think about in all formats.
starts. The coaching staff lost faith in him, and now we'll find out how new
coach Jim Harbaugh feels about Smith if the 49ers do in fact bring him back as                    -------------- Passing ---------------    --- Rushing ---        Fantasy
their starter. In 2009, Smith was stellar, and we hope he can return to that           Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int              Att Yds TD            Points
level. He does have talented weapons in Vernon Davis, Michael Crabtree and             2011 (proj) 265-429 3,453 24               14          91 505 7               341
Frank Gore, but Smith has a lot to prove. Even if he is named the starter, Smith       2010          233-372 3,018 21              6         100 676 9               351
should not be drafted in the majority of leagues. If he starts out the season          2009            6-13        86      1       0          24 95 2                30
playing well then add him off the waiver wire as a bye-week or injury
replacement.

           -------------- Passing ---------------   --- Rushing ---       Fantasy
Year         Comp-Att Yds          TD Int             Att Yds TD           Points
2011 (proj) 261-433 3,128 17               12         31 77 0               207
2010          204-342 2,370 14             10         18 60 0               162
2009          225-372 2,350 18             12         24 51 0               181




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Joe Webb, MIN                                                              Bye: 9     Lance Ball, DEN                                                           Bye: 6
Joe Webb isn't expected to start for the Vikings in 2011 despite finishing last       Lance Ball will enter this season trying to compete for a job with the Broncos.
season as their starter. The team gave Webb a couple of opportunities to play         He had some chances to perform last year but didn't get going, averaging 3.9
and while he led them to a 1-1 record, he failed to throw a touchdown pass and        yards per carry on 41 attempts, including hardly any work until December.
saw the team draft Christian Ponder with a first-round pick. What makes Webb          Even if he makes the final roster he's not expected to do much and thus should
alluring to Fantasy owners is his raw ability, especially as a runner, and in         be ignored in all leagues on Draft Day, even if he'll be a restricted free agent in
some leagues he can start as a flex option. Webb would need to ultimately land        2012.
some starts for the Vikings before getting Fantasy consideration, and that's the
problem. Only owners in the deepest of dynasty/keeper leagues should fire off                         ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
a late-round pick on Webb.                                                            Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)       45     200     0           3    15       0       0        22
            -------------- Passing ---------------      --- Rushing ---    Fantasy    2010              41     158     0           3    16       0       0        16
Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int                Att Yds TD        Points
2011 (proj)     65-113       711     2       4            27 163 1           53
2010             54-89       477     0       3            18 120 2           37       Marion Barber, CHI                                                        Bye: 8
                                                                                      After seeing his production with Dallas dip during the 2010 season, Marion
                                                                                      Barber was left to find another home for the upcoming year. He landed with
Charlie Whitehurst, SEA                                                    Bye: 6     Chicago and could see time in short-yardage situations and at the goal line
Charlie Whitehurst could find himself as the starter in Seattle this season or the    with the Bears in place of starter Matt Forte. However, his hard-running style
No. 2 option if Matt Hasselbeck returns (he's a free agent this offseason). If        has led to him slowing down, and last year was a struggle, running for just 374
Whitehurst remains the backup then he would not be worth drafting in the              yards on 113 carries (3.3 avg.) with four scores in 13 games. Our suggestion is
majority of leagues. But if he's named the starter then Whitehurst could have         to only draft Barber as a late-round flier in standard leagues (especially if you
value as a No. 2 QB in deep Fantasy leagues. Whitehurst started the Week 17           draft Forte earlier) with the hope that he can score touchdowns and stay
game against St. Louis last year with Hasselbeck out and the Seahawks                 healthy.
needing a victory to make the playoffs. He accounted for 192 passing yards
and a touchdown against the Rams for 16 Fantasy points, and that's the type                           ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
of performance you can expect from Whitehurst on average if he's the starter in       Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
Seattle in 2011.                                                                      2011 (proj)       69     282     4          18    106      0       1        61
                                                                                      2010             113 374         4          11    49       0       0        65
            -------------- Passing ---------------      --- Rushing ---    Fantasy    2009             214 932         7          26    221      0       2        153
Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int                Att Yds TD        Points
2011 (proj)       0-33       169     1       1             7 14 0            12
2010             57-99       507     2       3            20 43 1            40       Mike Bell, DET                                                            Bye: 9
2009              0-0         0      0       0             0   0    0         0       Mike Bell's arrival to Cleveland from Philadelphia during the season might have
                                                                                      given him an opportunity for some carries here and there, but he ultimately
                                                                                      disappointed in 2010 and is on the move again in 2011, landing in Detroit after
Vince Young, PHI                                                           Bye: 7     rookie Mikel Leshoure suffered a season-ending injury in training camp. Bell
Vince Young was released by the Titans soon after the start of the official NFL       finished with 99 rush yards and 67 receiving yards, all with no touchdowns.
season, and he signed with Philadelphia in late July to back up Michael Vick.         That's a steep drop from his 2009 with New Orleans, and now he's just battling
With Vick projected as an early-round selection, Fantasy owners should not            for a roster spot. There's no reason to be excited about Bell for Fantasy
consider Young worthy of a selection in most upcoming drafts.                         purposes.

            -------------- Passing ---------------      --- Rushing ---    Fantasy                    ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year          Comp-Att Yds          TD Int                Att Yds TD        Points    Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)      55-90       583     3       2            11 44 0            40       2011 (proj)       48     185     1           5    33       0       0        28
2010            93-156 1,255 10              3            25 125 0           108      2010              47      99     0           7    67       0       1        15
2009           152-259 1,879 10              7            55 281 2           157      2009             172 654         5           4    12       0       2        92


                                                                                      Cedric Benson, CIN                                                        Bye: 7
Running Backs                                                                         Cedric Benson decided to stay with the Bengals this offseason. He had a pretty
                                                                                      solid 2010 campaign when you review his final stats (1,111 rush yards, seven
Joseph Addai, IND                                                         Bye: 11     rush TDs, 178 receiving yards, receiving TD). But he got those totals on a very
With the Colts possessing limited options at running back, the team decided to        inconsistent basis: Never once did he post back-to-back good games for
bring back Joseph Addai for 2011. Thanks to a nerve injury in Addai's neck, he        Fantasy owners, and his rushing average plummeted from 4.2 yards per carry
missed half of the 2010 season, but when he did play he ran effectively,              in 2009 to 3.5 yards per carry last year. He also had five fumbles lost (none in
totaling 495 yards on 116 carries (4.3 avg.) and four touchdowns. He also             2009). He could prove more consistent in 2011 and benefit from a favorable
added 19 receptions for 124 yards. He could share the ball this season with           schedule (save for the matchups against the Steelers and Ravens). As long as
Donald Brown and potentially others. That would make Addai nothing more               he remains the lead back, we consider him to be a No. 2 Fantasy RB worth a
than a low-end No. 2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy running back worth a look                 pick between Rounds 4 and 6. There's a shot that he will be a tremendous
starting in Round 6. Still, as the Colts' starting running back with a proven track   value pick for your team.
record, he still has plenty of upside.
                                                                                                      ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
                  ------ Rushing ------      ----- Receiving -----         Fantasy    Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
Year               Att     Yds    TD          Rcpt Yds       TD      FL     Points    2011 (proj)      268 1,095       7          33    239      1       3        175
2011 (proj)        188 732         5            32    201      2      1      133      2010             321 1,111       7          28    178      1       5        168
2010               116 495         4            19    124      0      1      83       2009             301 1,251       6          17    111      0       0        172
2009               219 828        10            51    336      3      1      197




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Jahvid Best, DET                                                           Bye: 9      Ronnie Brown, PHI                                                         Bye: 7
The Lions liked Jahvid Best enough to make him their first-round pick last year,       Ronnie Brown signed a one-year deal with the Eagles in early August, locking
and he will handle starting duties again this season with rookie Mikel Leshoure        himself into a backup role behind starter LeSean McCoy. Despite Brown's
out for the season with a torn Achilles' tendon. Plan on drafting Best as a solid      starting jobs in Miami, he's not expected to see more than a handful of reps
No. 2 Fantasy RB worth a pick between Rounds 3 and 4 this summer. If you do            each week. Remember, Brown is quite injury prone but still a good versatile
draft Best, make sure to insure yourself by also selecting his backup, Maurice         back who should fit into what the Eagles do. We'd only take Brown with a
Morris, with a late-round pick.                                                        middle- to late-round choice as a handcuff to McCoy.

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy                      ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)      213 871         5          49    462      1        3       163        2011 (proj)       88     428     1          17    128      1       1        66
2010             172 563         4          58    487      2        1       138        2010             200 734         5          33    242      0       2        123
                                                                                       2009             147 648         8          14    98       0       1        125

LeGarrette Blount, TB                                                      Bye: 8
Every year Fantasy owners are surprised by a running back that breaks out.             Correll Buckhalter, DEN                                                   Bye: 6
Last season, LeGarrette Blount was that running back. Blount barely played             Correll Buckhalter is entering his 11th season in 2011 and will compete to be
until Week 8, when he started logging significant carries and led the Tampa            the No. 2 running back in Denver behind Knowshon Moreno. That could be a
Bay run game for the rest of the season. Despite starting only the final seven         valuable role this season with John Fox now the head coach and he has shown
games of the season, Blount topped 1,000 yards rushing on 201 carries with             a desire to use two running backs in his system. But don't be surprised if
six touchdowns. Expectations are high for Blount in 2011 given his likelihood of       Denver decides to bring in another running back to compete with Buckhalter for
starting weekly and dominating the carries for the Bucs. He has some difficult         that No. 2 spot. Buckhalter, 32, also isn't a lock to make the final roster. But no
matchups this season and isn't expected to catch more than 15 or 20 passes             matter what role Buckhalter plays with Denver in 2011 he would not be worth
this season but remains a good value for Fantasy owners starting in late Round         drafting in the majority of leagues. He is only worth monitoring if he remains as
3 as a No. 2 Fantasy running back.                                                     the backup to Moreno or if Moreno gets injured during the season.

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy                      ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)      276 1,194       9          10    63       0        3       174        2011 (proj)       75     335     2          17    134      0       1        57
2010             201 1,007       6           5    14       0        3       131        2010              59     147     2          28    240      2       1        60
                                                                                       2009             120 642         1          31    240      0       2        90

Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG                                                        Bye: 7
Ahmad Bradshaw is staying with the Giants after signing a contract extension           Michael Bush, OAK                                                         Bye: 8
prior to training camp. He's also expected to be fine after ankle surgery at the       Michael Bush is an impending free agent this offseason and he could look to
end of last season, and we're looking forward to seeing how Bradshaw plays at          leave Oakland after four years. If Bush returns, he would again serve as the
100 percent health. In 2010, Bradshaw dealt with nagging injuries but still            secondary back behind Darren McFadden. In that role last year, Bush totaled
managed 276 carries for 1,235 yards (4.5 yards per carry) and eight                    158 carries for 655 yards and eight touchdowns, all career highs, with 18
touchdowns with 47 catches for 314 yards with six fumbles – all career highs.          catches for 194 yards. But if he leaves Oakland, Bush could see an increase in
He will share carries with Brandon Jacobs again, but Bradshaw showed last              touches, which would increase his Fantasy value. Bush has the potential to be
year that he can be a standout Fantasy RB in all leagues despite splitting reps.       a quality Fantasy RB. He has a career average of 4.4 yards per carry, but he
Plan on drafting him as a No. 2 Fantasy RB with a pick as early as Round 3.            only has 10 starts in four years. If he returns as McFadden's backup, he would
                                                                                       be worth a mid-round pick in standard formats and a late-round pick in PPR
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy      leagues. But if he signs with a team that will allow him to start or pick up
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      regular carries, then he could be a solid sleeper on Draft Day worth an early- to
2011 (proj)      259 1,174       7          53    402      0        4       192        middle-round pick. Where he plays in 2011 will ultimately determine his value.
2010             276 1,235       8          47    314      0        6       192
2009             163 778         7          21    207      0        2       135                        ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
                                                                                       Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      154 670         6          20    158      0       2        115
Donald Brown, IND                                                        Bye: 11       2010             158 655         8          18    194      0       0        132
Donald Brown had the opportunity in 2010 we've been waiting for him to land            2009             123 589         3          17    105      0       2        82
since joining the Colts, but he flubbed it. Getting a big dose of the ball over the
second half of the season, Brown topped 70 rush yards in a game once and
topped 100 total yards twice. He only scored two touchdowns, both on the
ground, and only once in place of the injured Joseph Addai. Save for a big
game against Jacksonville's weak run defense in Week 15, he was really brutal
to watch. Brown will tell you he's got a lot to work on for 2011, but the reality is
that with his poor play last year doing him no favors, he'll be stuck with a third-
down role if Addai returns as a free agent. He would only see a boost in value if
Addai leaves and the Colts don't add another running back elsewhere. But tack
on injury concerns and Brown really is nothing more than a high-end reserve in
standard leagues and a low-end No. 3 Fantasy running back in deeper PPR
formats. He's worth a middle- to late-round pick on the hope that he can
rebound some and play to expectations in the Colts' potent offense. And if you
land Addai earlier in the draft, backing him up with Brown isn't a bad move.

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points
2011 (proj)      107 420         1          32    305      2        1       89
2010             129 497         2          20    205      0        0       81
2009              78     281     3          11    169      0        0       62




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Reggie Bush, MIA                                                          Bye: 5      Anthony Dixon, SF                                                       Bye: 7
Reggie Bush was traded to Miami prior to the start of training camp from New          Anthony Dixon is expected to be the No. 2 RB in San Francisco this season
Orleans and agreed to a two-year contract. Bush will now share carries with           behind Frank Gore even with the addition of rookie Kendall Hunter. Most likely,
rookie Daniel Thomas and play in passing situations and on special teams.             Dixon would be the replacement for Gore if he's injured, and Hunter will be
Bush has dealt with numerous injuries throughout his career with the Saints,          considered the change-of-pace back and used as a receiver out of the
and he has failed to live up to his potential after being a star at USC. We'll find   backfield. Dixon saw extended playing time as a rookie in 2010 with Gore only
out if the move to Miami can jumpstart his career, but Fantasy owners should          playing in 11 games due to a hip injury. He had 70 carries for 237 yards and
still continue to view Bush as a No. 4 RB in standard leagues and at best a No.       two touchdowns and five catches for 11 yards while sharing time with fellow
3 option in PPR formats. He is only worth drafting with a late-round pick in the      backup Brian Westbrook, who is a free agent. Gore is healthy again this year
majority of leagues.                                                                  and should get the majority of touches, but Dixon should still get a handful of
                                                                                      carries each week and could work at the goal line. Dixon has minimal Fantasy
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     value in the majority of leagues, but he is worth drafting as a handcuff option
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     for Gore. Keep in mind that Gore hasn't played in 16 games in a season since
2011 (proj)      104 420         2          44    325      3       2        101       2006, so don't be surprised if Dixon ends up starting a game or two in 2011.
2010              36     150     0          34    208      1       0        39
2009              70     390     5          47    335      3       2        116                       ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----           Fantasy
                                                                                      Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL      Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)       82     333     4          4    18       0       0       59
Jamaal Charles, KC                                                        Bye: 6      2010              70     237     2          5    11       0       0       36
Jamaal Charles proved he's an elite Fantasy running back and we hope the
Chiefs decide to treat him that way in 2011. In 2010, Charles shared carries
with Thomas Jones, but Charles was clearly the better running back. He had            Justin Forsett, SEA                                                     Bye: 6
more than 1,900 total yards and eight touchdowns despite getting 20 carries           Justin Forsett failed to deliver as a starting RB for the Seahawks in 2010,
just three times. Charles will share carries with Jones again this season, but        making expectations for this year much lower than they were previously. He
their careers are headed in opposite directions and their workloads likely are        will enter this season as the third-down back behind starter Marshawn Lynch
too. Charles has home-run speed, dynamic playmaking ability and back-to-              after totaling 118 carries for 523 yards and two touchdowns and 33 catches for
back seasons with at least 40 catches. He can do it all and we see no reason          252 yards last year. He is entering a contract year and might be able to post
for him to slow down this year. With an increased workload, Charles should be         close to 1,000 total yards with a handful of touchdowns. We consider Forsett a
a candidate for 2,000 total yards and double digits in touchdowns. We consider        decent reserve Fantasy RB, and he's worth a late-round pick. He's a good
Charles a first-round pick in all leagues and a potential top 5 overall draft pick.   handcuff option for Lynch, and his value is slightly higher in PPR leagues.
                                                                                      Don't be surprised if you end up using Forsett for a couple of weeks during the
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     season as either a bye-week or injury replacement.
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)      263 1,495       6          36    306      2       2        224                       ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----           Fantasy
2010             230 1,467       5          45    468      3       2        236       Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL      Points
2009             190 1,120       7          40    297      1       3        185       2011 (proj)       52     237     0         33    265      2       0       62
                                                                                      2010             118 523         2         33    252      0       0       89
                                                                                      2009             114 619         4         41    350      1       1       124
Tashard Choice, DAL                                                       Bye: 5
Tashard Choice appears once again headed for the No. 3 role in the Dallas
backfield behind Felix Jones and rookie DeMarco Murray. There's a chance              Matt Forte, CHI                                                         Bye: 8
Marion Barber could return in 2011, but we don't see that happening. Choice           Matt Forte shrugged off a suspect sophomore campaign and put up real good
has played well when given a chance. In 2010 he had two games with at least           numbers in 2010, dissolving a potential time-share situation with Chester
15 carries and finished with double digits in Fantasy points in a standard            Taylor right from the get-go. Forte's totals were awesome -- more than 1,600
league in both outings. He had one game like that in 2009 and two games like          total yards with nine total touchdowns -- but it's how he got them that might rub
that in 2008. Keep an eye on what the Cowboys do with Barber, but Choice is           some Fantasy owners the wrong way. He had 11 or fewer Fantasy points in
only worth drafting with a late-round pick in deep leagues since he will open the     nine of 16 games, meaning that when he played well, he really put up big stats.
season behind Jones and Murray.                                                       And when he didn't play well, he more or less underwhelmed. But that's par for
                                                                                      the course for most top rushers, and Forte proved last year that he can get it
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     done on the ground or through the air, and with a treacherous offensive line.
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     Marion Barber joins him in Chicago, but expect nice things from Forte this
2011 (proj)       73     313     2          13    105      0       0        54        season -- he is considered a safe, high-end No. 2 Fantasy running back that
2010              66     243     3          17    109      0       1        50        will likely go between 12th and 20th overall in standard leagues and a bit
2009              64     349     3          15    132      0       0        67        higher in PPR formats.

                                                                                                      ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----           Fantasy
Kenneth Darby, UFA                                                     Bye: TBA       Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL      Points
Kenneth Darby is a free agent this offseason, and he will look to sign as a           2011 (proj)      256 1,105       5         62    511      3       3       204
backup RB somewhere if the Rams decide not to bring him back. Darby has               2010             237 1,069       6         51    547      3       2       212
never been a good Fantasy option in four NFL seasons and has minimal                  2009             258 929         4         57    471      0       3       159
Fantasy value. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day.

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       16      66     0           4    29       0       0        10
2010              34     107     2          10    61       1       0        34
2009              27     152     0          18    96       0       0        24




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Arian Foster, HOU                                                      Bye: 11       hip instead of getting in game shape. We're a little skeptical of drafting Gore
Arian Foster went from preseason sleeper to Fantasy superstar, and now the           with a first round pick because of the injury concerns, but he's still worth a
hope is that he'll continue to dominate defenses in 2011. There's concern that       second-round pick in most formats.
head coach Gary Kubiak might give some of Foster's workload to Ben Tate,
who the Texans drafted with a second-round pick last year, but Foster has                            ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
proven to be too good a player to be taken off the field more than a few times       Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
per game, so we suspect Foster will still get 20 touches per outing. On a            2011 (proj)      245 1,102       7          44    348      2       2        195
steady diet of that last season he totaled 18 touchdowns and over 2,200 yards        2010             203 853         3          46    452      2       3        156
with just two fumbles lost. He even played through a knee injury that required       2009             229 1,120 10               52    406      3       2        226
arthroscopic surgery in February. While some Fantasy owners think Foster is a
one-year wonder, we contend that he'll have the same kind of opportunity he
had for all of 2010, and that's why he's worth a very high draft pick. He's not a    Ryan Grant, GB                                                            Bye: 8
bad choice as the No. 1 overall pick in drafts and should be off the board prior     Ryan Grant is focused on re-establishing himself with the Packers (and with
to No. 3 overall.                                                                    Fantasy owners) after missing nearly the team's entire Super Bowl run in 2010.
                                                                                     Grant suffered a serious ankle injury in Week 1 and was placed on injured
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     reserve. He watched the Packers' run game toil until James Starks breathed
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     life into it late in the season. The Packers' coaching staff likes Starks and could
2011 (proj)      285 1,365 11              55    412      1       2        246       bank on pairing him with Grant in 2011 (rookie Alex Green is a dark horse to fit
2010             326 1,614 16              66    604      2       2        325       in, too). But Grant has pretty much worked alone since taking over as the
2009              54     257     3          8    93       0       1        50        Packers running back in 2007 and could work hard this summer to regain that
                                                                                     spot during the season. Tack on that he's entering a contract year, and Grant
                                                                                     has all the motivation in the world to play big. We've seen Grant fall in drafts,
Toby Gerhart, MIN                                                        Bye: 9      but with his ankle injury behind him (he said he could have played in the Super
Hard-charging running back Toby Gerhart is expected to be Adrian Peterson's          Bowl), that makes him a tremendous value pick in drafts. Expect him to fall to
primary backup in 2011. Gerhart did have a chance to start for Peterson last         at least Round 5 as owners become skeptical of him. With a year of watching
season and put up modest stats vs. the Bears in the freezing cold. He also           football, not playing football, under his belt, he should have a solid season
proved that he can catch the ball awfully well, so we could see him swipe some       ahead of him. Figure him to begin the season as a low-end No. 2/high-end No.
third-down work from AP. But as long as Peterson's healthy, Gerhart won't be         3 Fantasy RB.
appealing to Fantasy owners. It would be wise for those owners who drop a
first-round pick on Peterson to spend a late-round pick on Gerhart.                                  ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
                                                                                     Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     2011 (proj)      259 1,091       7          21    157      0       2        163
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     2010               8      45     0           0     0       0       0         4
2011 (proj)       65     273     1         12    88       0       1        40        2009             282 1,253 11               25    197      0       1        208
2010              81     322     1         21    167      0       3        48

                                                                                     Alex Green, GB                                                            Bye: 8
Mike Goodson, CAR                                                        Bye: 9      The Packers made a bit of a splash in Round 3 when they selected Hawaii RB
In 2010, Mike Goodson finally took what he did on the practice field and turned      Alex Green. As a senior at Hawaii last season, Green rushed for 1,199 yards
it into valuable stats for Carolina. Getting a shot at regular playing time once     and 18 touchdowns in 146 carries. He also caught 27 passes for 363 yards and
DeAngelo Williams went down with a foot injury, Goodson broke out with back-         a touchdown. Green fumbled eight times in 271 touches at Hawaii and
to-back 100-yard rush efforts and scored three times in his first five meaningful    admitted that he's working on some pad-level issues that contribute to his
games. He ended the year with mild stats (782 total yards, three touchdowns)         turnovers. He's a big one-cut rusher with some quickness to him but tends to
but had seven plays for 20-plus yards and 35 plays that resulted for first downs     take on too much contact and as such could continue his fumbling issues or
or touchdowns over 143 touches over the season. But with DeAngelo Williams           get injured. He also lacks breakaway speed. But his arrival in Green Bay pretty
staying in Carolina, Goodson's playing time will dwindle. He's not worth drafting    much means that the team was concerned about their depth at the position.
but would be worth snaring off waivers if something happens to Williams or           With a strong camp, Green could get in the mix to help the Packers in 2011,
Jonathan Stewart this season.                                                        but until then he's not worth drafting in seasonal formats. He is worth a middle-
                                                                                     to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a third-round pick in rookie-
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     only drafts.
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       48     222     1         17    108      0       1        37                        ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
2010             103 452         3         40    310      0       3        88        Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2009              22      49     0          2    15       0       1         3        2011 (proj)       33     141     0           2    10       0       0        15


Frank Gore, SF                                                           Bye: 7      Shonn Greene, NYJ                                                         Bye: 8
Frank Gore is healthy following last year's hip injury, which cut short his season   Shonn Greene is hoping to make up for being a Fantasy bust in 2010 with a
in Week 12 and limited him to 11 games. But he thinks he isn't healthy               strong season in 2011. Last year, Greene was expected to take over the
contractually, though he ended his holdout on August 1. Gore, who is entering        starting job with Thomas Jones gone. Instead, Greene was again relegated to
a contract year, is looking for a new deal. But is he starting to break down?        backup duty for another veteran in LaDainian Tomlinson. Greene could again
He's only played 16 games once in his career in 2006 and has dealt with a            share carries with Tomlinson this season if he returns, but the Jets should
variety of injuries the past two seasons. And despite saying the Niners want         make it clear that Greene is their man. He had another solid playoff run for the
him to dominate the carries, the team wants him to be healthy and could give a       second year in a row, and he's capable of being an elite Fantasy running back
handful of touches to Anthony Dixon and rookie Kendall Hunter. Still, it's hard      based on his size, speed and the offensive line he plays behind. Still, if
to argue with Gore's production with 200 carries a year each year since 2006         Tomlinson remains in the fold or if rookie Bilal Powell has a strong training
with at least 46 catches. He has the potential for 1,500 total yards and eight       camp then temper your expectations for Greene slightly, especially based on
total touchdowns -- but he must remain healthy. Remember, he hasn't had any          what happened last year, but he should be considered a No. 2 Fantasy running
team-oriented conditioning this offseason and spent a lot of time rehabbing his      back. We recommend drafting Greene around Round 4 in standard leagues,
                                                                                     and hopefully his third year in the NFL will lead to a breakout season.

                                                                                                     ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
                                                                                     Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj)      288 1,126       8          13    90       0       2        166
                                                                                     2010             185 766         2          16    120      0       2        96
                                                                                     2009             109 541         2           0     0       0       3        60

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BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE                                                 Bye: 7      Mike Hart, UFA                                                          Bye: TBA
BenJarvus Green-Ellis is a restricted free agent this offseason, but he's             Mike Hart missed eight of the Colts' last nine games in 2010 with an ankle
expected to remain with the Patriots in 2011. He's looking to build off his           injury, short-circuiting a chance for him to play regularly. Now he finds himself
breakout year in 2010 when he had 238 carries for 1,051 rushing yards and 13          as a free agent this offseason after the Colts relinquished his rights in late July.
touchdowns and 14 catches for 96 yards. Green-Ellis had 10 games with                 He's not expected to see much playing time even if he finds a new team, so
double digits in Fantasy points and only three games with fewer than eight            Fantasy owners should pass on him.
points. He was as consistent as they get, but the Patriots didn't do him any
favors this offseason by drafting rookies Shane Vereen and Stevan Ridley.                             ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
Along with Danny Woodhead, the New England backfield is now loaded. That              Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
said, Green-Ellis remains the best Fantasy RB of the bunch, but he was a No.          2011 (proj)       14      72     0           6    40       0        0        11
2 Fantasy option prior to the NFL Draft, and now he should be considered              2010              43     185     1           6    25       0        0        26
more of a No. 3 RB. He will likely start and work at the goal line, but he'll come    2009              26      70     1           5    54       0        0        18
off the field on passing situations. And with Ridley, he could lose some
potential goal-line touches. Green-Ellis is still worth drafting with a pick around
Round 5, but another 1,000-yard season and double digits in touchdowns will           Roy Helu, WAS                                                              Bye: 5
be hard to duplicate.                                                                 The Redskins drafted rookie RB Roy Helu in the fourth round of the NFL Draft
                                                                                      out of Nebraska. Helu, a 220-pound bruiser, played for four seasons for the
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     Huskers and rushed for 3,536 yards and 28 touchdowns over that span. Coach
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     Mike Shanahan said Helu reminds him of a young Clinton Portis, which is
2011 (proj)      234 1,060 10               17    103      0       1        174       about as good of an endorsement as he could ask for. With only Ryan Torain,
2010             229 1,008 13               12    85       0       0        186       Keiland Williams and fellow rookie Evan Royster on the Redskins' roster,
2009              26     114     0           2    11       0       0        12        there's room for Helu to have a decent role to begin the year. In fact, Helu
                                                                                      reminds us a lot of Torain in that he's a one-cut runner fresh out of college
                                                                                      who's caught Shanny's attention. With some help from the coach, he could
Lynell Hamilton, NO                                                     Bye: 11       improve his game and be productive. Play it safe and consider Helu a low-risk
Lynell Hamilton achieved sleeper status in the summer of 2010 before tearing          Fantasy proposition for now -- he's worth a later-round pick in seasonal
an ACL in a preseason scrimmage and missing the whole year. He should be              leagues and a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues. He's also
fine for the start of the 2011 campaign and is expected to battle for a spot          worth a pick between 15th and 30th overall in rookie-only drafts.
along the Saints' RB depth chart. However, he's not the sleeper he was last
season because of concerns over his knee along with Mark Ingram and Pierre                            ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
Thomas holding court along with Chris Ivory ahead of Hamilton on the depth            Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
chart. Keep him off rosters for now.                                                  2011 (proj)      136 607         3          10    74       0        2        82

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     Tim Hightower, WAS                                                         Bye: 5
2011 (proj)       12      42     1           2    16       0       0        12        Tim Hightower was dealt to the Redskins in late July, and it's there where he'll
2009              35     125     2           5    48       0       0        28        compete for a starting job and playing time this summer. Hightower is coming
                                                                                      off a year in which he set career highs in carries (153) and rushing yards (736)
                                                                                      but declined in rushing touchdowns (five), receptions (21) and receiving yards
Montario Hardesty, CLE                                                    Bye: 5      (136). Now he'll deal with Ryan Torain and Roy Helu for reps, but the mere fact
Montario Hardesty missed his rookie season with a torn ACL, but a year's              that the Redskins made a trade for him suggests that they have designs on
worth of rehab should help him get ready for the 2011 season. Hardesty, taken         what they can do with him. A Virginia native, Hightower is entering a contract
with a second-round pick, is expected to compete for playing time behind              year and could rebound from the lows he had in 2010. Look him up with a
starter Peyton Hillis. What might happen is that Hardesty takes a few carries off     middle- to late-round pick as a quality reserve rusher; pairing him with either
of Hillis' plate each week, giving him some value but basically making him a          Torain or Helu isn't a bad plan either.
quality handcuff option for Hillis. But the reality is that Hardesty is considered
injury prone and a clear backup in Cleveland, making him nothing more than a                          ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
late-round target for whoever drafts Hillis in 2011.                                  Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)      144 545         5          27    181      0        2        99
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     2010             153 736         5          21    136      0        4        108
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     2009             143 598         8          63    428      0        4        141
2011 (proj)      106 411         2           2     8       0       0        54
2010               0      0      0           0     0       0       0         0
                                                                                      Peyton Hillis, CLE                                                         Bye: 5
                                                                                      The Browns gave up only quarterback Brady Quinn for Peyton Hillis and they
Jerome Harrison, DET                                                      Bye: 9      sure were glad they did. For much of the year, Hillis bowled over his
Jerome Harrison signed with the Lions after rookie Mikel Leshoure suffered a          competition and put up some impressive totals: He scored in each of his first
season-ending injury in training camp. Harrison will likely be a backup in 2011,      five games, and he had either a touchdown or 100 total yards in 11 games.
if he even makes the roster. In 2010, Philadelphia traded for Harrison from           Hillis had 1,177 yards and 11 touchdowns on 270 carries. He added 61
Cleveland and he finished the year with just 239 rushing yards and one                catches for 477 yards and two more scores, with three fumbles and 13 passing
touchdown and eight catches for 43 yards. In the right situation, Harrison could      yards. To say the guy was a big part of the Browns offense is an
be a useful Fantasy RB, but he doesn't warrant Fantasy consideration as long          understatement, but a very slow finish (272 rush yards, 63 receiving yards, no
as he's buried on the depth chart.                                                    touchdowns in his final five games) might force the Browns to re-think their
                                                                                      strategy to lean on Hillis week in and week out. We suspect that the Browns
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     will use Montario Hardesty, who missed his rookie year in 2010 with a knee
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     injury, to help Hillis and thus cost him some stats. But we also suspect that
2011 (proj)       38     152     0           8    60       0       0        21        Hillis won't be forgotten, and that he'll have a shot at 10 touchdowns with some
2010              71     330     1          12    85       0       1        45        pretty good yards along the way. Treat him like a No. 2 Fantasy RB -- not the
2009             194 862         5          34    220      2       2        146       No. 1 rusher he ended 2010 as -- and aim for him with a pick between the end
                                                                                      of Round 2 and beginning of Round 3 on Draft Day.

                                                                                                      ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
                                                                                      Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)      218 902         9          44    308      1        4        173
                                                                                      2010             270 1,177 11               61    477      2        5        232
                                                                                      2009              13      54     1           4    19       0        1        10

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Kareem Huggins, UFA                                                     Bye: TBA       Jackson should still be the starter and work at the goal line. He's worth drafting
Kareem Huggins had mild expectations last season before getting hurt early in          around Round 6 in most formats.
the season and ultimately going on injured reserve with a torn ACL. Reports
surfaced this offseason that he "blew out everything" and thus might struggle to                       ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
find a home this offseason as a free agent. Don't count on him in Fantasy.             Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      231 986         5         33    215      2       1        160
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy      2010             222 927         5         31    215      2       2        151
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      2009             238 1,062       2         46    371      2       2        170
2011 (proj)        0       0     0           0     0       0        0        0
2010               4      11     0           1     7       0        0        1
                                                                                       Steven Jackson, STL                                                      Bye: 5
                                                                                       Steven Jackson continues to prove he's among the best Fantasy options in all
Mark Ingram, NO                                                          Bye: 11       leagues. Heading into 2011, the Rams talked about giving Jackson some help
The Saints traded back into Round 1 in April's draft to select Alabama RB Mark         to keep him fresh, but he spoke out about being an every-down back and said
Ingram with the 28th overall selection. Ingram rushed for 1,658 yards in 2009,         he relishes that role. Since 2005, Jackson has at least 1,300 total yards in all
won the Heisman Trophy and led Alabama to the national championship.                   but one season, which was 2007 when he was limited to 12 games. He still
Ingram is a well-documented rusher: He's polished as a blocker and as a                managed 1,273 total yards that year. In 2010, Jackson had more than 1,600
receiver and is an absolute bulldozer between the tackles, and that's where we         total yards and six touchdowns. We'd like to see Jackson score more (he has
suspect the Saints will ride him the most. There is serious touchdown potential        just 10 total touchdowns in his past two years), but it's hard to argue with his
here, although the chances of him totaling more than 1,000 yards as a rookie           production. Now, the Rams don't want Jackson to break down and could make
aren't huge. He will share carries with Pierre Thomas and potentially Chris            some moves to ensure he'll be around for a playoff run. After all, he has 907
Ivory, plus if Reggie Bush comes back then he'll see some touches, too.                rushes in his last 43 games (over three seasons). But as long as he's the
Ingram's overall outlook is tempered by his relocating to New Orleans, but he          starter without losing touches to either a third-down back or a goal-line vulture,
still should help Fantasy owners as a low-end No. 2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy             he should be drafted as a low-end No. 1 Fantasy RB with a pick toward the end
RB. Just don't be the guy who reaches for Ingram in Rounds 3 or 4 -- target            of Round 1 or beginning of Round 2. Jackson, who has at least 40 catches in
him for your roster in Round 5 in seasonal leagues and dynasty/keeper                  five of seven NFL seasons, could also see his receptions rise with the addition
formats. He's a Top-5 pick in rookie-only drafts.                                      of new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, so his value should improve
                                                                                       slightly in PPR leagues if that's even possible.
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points                      ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
2011 (proj)      197 909         8          17    113      0        1       148        Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      244 1,134       7         47    405      1       1        200
                                                                                       2010             330 1,241       6         46    383      0       1        196
                                                                                       2009             325 1,424       4         50    314      0       2        193
Chris Ivory, NO                                                          Bye: 11
Chris Ivory really helped the Saints last season, leading them in rushing and
finishing the season strong until suffering a Lisfranc sprain in his foot. Now he'll
be on the sidelines while rookie RB Mark Ingram leads the run game's charge            Brandon Jacobs, NYG                                                      Bye: 7
in 2011 with Pierre Thomas. Ivory should be healthy for the start of the season,       Brandon Jacobs is expected to again share carries with Ahmad Bradshaw this
but playing time will be hard for him to find. Don't trust him in Fantasy leagues      season, but coach Tom Coughlin has said he wants to get Jacobs more
for now.                                                                               involved. Jacobs finished 2010 with quality stats of 147 carries for 823 yards
                                                                                       (5.6 avg.) and nine touchdowns, and he had seven games with double digits in
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy      Fantasy points in a standard league. Bradshaw clearly has more upside than
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      Jacobs at this point in his career, but Jacobs is still a quality Fantasy reserve.
2011 (proj)       48     204     1           2     8       0        1       25         He has the potential to duplicate his stats from 2010 this season, and with that
2010             137 716         5           1    17       0        2       98         being the case we recommend drafting him as a No. 3 RB with a mid-round
                                                                                       pick. He's not expected to play like he did in 2008 when he had 1,089 rushing
                                                                                       yards and 15 touchdowns, but he should still produce enough to be considered
                                                                                       a potential flex option or someone to use as a bye-week or injury replacement.
Brandon Jackson, CLE                                                       Bye: 5
Brandon Jackson signed a two-year deal with the Browns just as training camp
                                                                                                       ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
began, with a chance to compete for the backup job behind Peyton Hillis. Not
                                                                                       Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
that he played well in 2010 – he averaged 3.7 yards per carry over 190 rushing
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      162 715         7         12    98       0       1        121
attempts in place of an injured Ryan Grant and eventually gave way to rookie
                                                                                       2010             147 823         9          7    59       0       2        137
James Starks. He did post a career-best three touchdowns and did total over
                                                                                       2009             224 835         5         18    184      1       1        135
1,000 yards (703 rushing, 342 receiving – also career-highs), so it's not like he
was a complete train wreck. But Jackson will likely top out as a third-down back
for Cleveland and he is not worth considering for Fantasy play even though
he's coming off his best season as a pro.                                              Rashad Jennings, JAC                                                     Bye: 9
                                                                                       Rashad Jennings is expected to be a little more than a backup in 2011, as he
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy      should take a handful of carries each week off of Maurice Jones-Drew's plate.
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      Jennings totaled 319 rush yards, 160 receiving yards and three touchdowns in
2011 (proj)       82     313     0          36    258      2        0       69         games he didn't get the full workload in, and landed 140 rush yards and 63
2010             190 703         3          43    342      1        0       128        receiving yards with a touchdown over two starts in place of Jones-Drew.
2009              37     111     2          21    187      1        0       49         Jennings should be a late-round pick in all leagues, but it goes without saying
                                                                                       that those owners who draft Jones-Drew early should be the ones taking
                                                                                       Jennings starting in Round 11.
Fred Jackson, BUF                                                          Bye: 7                      ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
The Bills are expected to open the 2011 season with Fred Jackson as the
                                                                                       Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
starter at running back. He will likely share carries with C.J. Spiller, but Jackson
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      113 602         3         25    206      0       0        99
proved in 2010 he can get the job done as the every-down running back. After
                                                                                       2010              84     459     4         26    223      0       0        91
getting off to slow start following a broken hand in training camp, Jackson
                                                                                       2009              39     202     1         16    101      0       0        36
finished the year with 222 carries for 927 yards and five touchdowns, 31
catches for 215 yards and two touchdowns and two fumbles. He had four
games with double digits in Fantasy points and 10 with at least seven points.
He now has back-to-back seasons of 1,100 total yards, and even though he's
29 he remains a quality Fantasy option in the majority of leagues as a No. 3
running back. Spiller will get more work in his second year in the NFL, but

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Chris Johnson, TEN                                                     Bye: 6      Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC                                                    Bye: 9
Over his three-year career, Chris Johnson has averaged nearly 120 total yards      The big concern regarding Maurice Jones-Drew heading into 2011 is whether
per game. He's handled the rock over 22 times per game in that span and has        or not the knee surgery he had following the season will impact him. We don't
scored in eight of 10 games. And through 47 career games, Johnson has              think it will. Jones-Drew played on the knee, complete with a bone-on-bone
fumbled the ball away just six times. There's no sure thing when it comes to       condition, for much of last season and played very well. He also has rehabbed
running backs in Fantasy Football, but Johnson plays on a run-first team with      properly this offseason. The bigger question is whether or not he'll lose a few
an ex-offensive lineman as the head coach (Mike Munchak) and a veteran             more reps each week to backup running back Rashad Jennings, who did well
offensive coordinator looking to make a splash in his first year in Tennessee      with and without Jones-Drew in 2010. Regardless, there's no one who doesn't
(Chris Palmer). With two games against the Colts, Texans and Jaguars each          think Jones-Drew won't be given a sizable workload and continue to be a great
and matchups against the Browns, Broncos, Bills and Panthers also, there's so      source of yardage (at least 1,600 total each of the last two years and at least
much to like about Johnson. Even matchups against the Ravens and Steelers          1,150 yards every year) and touchdowns (at least seven total every year). Your
in 2011 can't dampen an outlook this good -- figure Johnson to be a No. 1 RB       best move is to consider Jones-Drew a solid No. 1 Fantasy running back worth
in Fantasy, making him worth a pick between No. 1 and No. 4 overall in all         a pick between fifth and 10th overall in all formats.
leagues and formats. The only downside for Johnson entering the season is his
lack of a quality quarterback, but Johnson's talent should overcome any                            ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
deficiencies at that position.                                                     Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
                                                                                   2011 (proj)      275 1,187       7          51    366      2        2        205
               ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----           Fantasy     2010             299 1,324       5          34    317      2        2        199
Year            Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL      Points     2009             312 1,391 15               53    374      1        1        270
2011 (proj)     334 1,449 12              42    337      1       2       253
2010            316 1,364 11              44    245      1       2       228
2009            358 2,006 14              50    503      2       3       342       John Kuhn, GB                                                              Bye: 8
                                                                                   John Kuhn didn't get the shot to serve as anything more than a blocking
                                                                                   fullback and occasional rusher and receiver in 2010, and that's probably all he'll
Felix Jones, DAL                                                       Bye: 5      be. Kuhn re-signed with Green Bay in the offseason, so no one should add him
Felix Jones could be in line for a big season this year if he can prove he can     to Fantasy rosters.
handle the load as the featured back. There's a chance Marion Barber won't be
back in Dallas, but the addition of rookie DeMarco Murray along with Tashard                       ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
Choice means more of a timeshare. Still, Jones would be the starter and get        Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
the majority of touches. In 2010, Jones set career highs in carries (185),         2011 (proj)       29     115     0          13    82       1        0        26
rushing yards (800), catches (48) and receiving yards (450), but he scored just    2010              84     281     4          15    97       2        0        73
twice and has only eight career touchdowns in three years. You'll take 1,250       2009               8      18     1           7    47       2        0        23
total yards from Jones with the chance to see that rise this year, but he has to
score more to be considered a weekly starter. Still, with the potential of this
offense and Jones having the ability to do it all, we consider him a low-end No.   Mikel LeShoure, DET                                                        Bye: 9
2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy running back. Plan on drafting Jones as early as          Lions rookie rusher Mikel Leshoure tore his left Achilles' in a training camp
Round 4 and hopefully he can start for you every week while living up to his       practice in early August and was lost for the season. Fantasy owners shouldn't
immense potential                                                                  draft him in seasonal formats. For those owners in long-term formats, Leshoure
                                                                                   is downgraded to a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty startups and keeper
               ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----           Fantasy     leagues and a second-round option in rookie-only drafts.
Year            Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL      Points
2011 (proj)     207 968         4         37    325      1       2       155                       ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
2010            185 800         1         48    450      1       1       135       Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
2009            116 685         3         19    119      0       2       93        2011 (proj)        0      0      0           0     0       0        0         0


Thomas Jones, KC                                                       Bye: 6      Marshawn Lynch, SEA                                                        Bye: 6
Thomas Jones will again work in tandem with Jamaal Charles in the Chiefs'          Marshawn Lynch landed with Seattle last season and seemingly resurrected
backfield in 2011. Charles is clearly the better running back for the Chiefs and   his career. In 12 games with the Seahawks, Lynch had 165 carries for 573
Fantasy owners, but Jones should continue to play a prominent role even at         yards and six touchdowns and 21 catches for 138 yards with three fumbles. In
32. In 2010, his first with the Chiefs, Jones had nine games with at least 19      the playoffs, Lynch had 23 carries for 133 yards and one touchdown run, but
carries, but he only had four games with at least 80 rushing yards and none        the majority of that production came in the first round against New Orleans
after Week 7. He did manage six rushing touchdowns, most coming in the early       (131 yards) when he had an incredible play on a 67-yard touchdown run. Lynch
part of the year, and chances are he'll work less this season in order for the     has plenty of potential as the starter for the Seahawks -- we know it because
Chiefs to make better use of Charles. Jones has some goal-line/short-yardage       we've seen it from him -- and so we consider him a No. 3 Fantasy RB with
back potential, but don't expect Jones to relive his glory days even with a        upside (he's fine as a flex starter). He will share carries with Justin Forsett, but
healthy amount of touches because his age and wear and tear (over 2,500            Lynch has the ability to gain 1,300 total yards and nine touchdowns, which is
career carries in the regular season) make him an injury risk. Plan on drafting    something he did in 2008 with Buffalo. It helps that Lynch is in a contract year,
Jones with a late-round pick and he's a good handcuff option if you draft          and he should run well again this year. Plan on drafting him with a mid-round
Charles in Round 1. Just keep in mind that Jones is on the downside of his         pick.
career and his best days are clearly behind him.
                                                                                                   ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
               ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----           Fantasy     Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
Year            Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL      Points     2011 (proj)      230 878         6          24    127      0        2        133
2011 (proj)     145 605         5         12    73       0       1       96        2010             202 737         6          22    145      0        4        115
2010            245 896         6         14    122      0       1       135       2009             120 450         2          28    179      0        1        72
2009            332 1,402 14              10    58       0       0       229




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Laurence Maroney, UFA                                                   Bye: TBA       Willis McGahee, DEN                                                        Bye: 6
Laurence Maroney is a free agent this offseason and the former first-round             Willis McGahee continued his role as the secondary back for the Ravens last
draft pick will look to sign with a new team in hopes of resurrecting his career.      year – and a pain in the neck for Fantasy owners. With his role far from
Maroney was traded from New England to Denver during the 2010 season,                  consistent, McGahee averaged just under seven carries per game but still
and he failed to make an impact with the Broncos. It's unlikely Denver or New          found a way to score six touchdowns (five rushing) and gain 380 yards on 100
England will look to use Maroney again, and no matter where he signs, he will          rushes and 55 yards on 14 catches. McGahee's contract got too expensive for
likely be a backup. Throw in a drug charge this offseason and it's tough to think      a backup in Baltimore, and he ended up in Denver this season where he won't
he'll be a wanted man for a prominent spot in an offense. Keep an eye on his           take a ton of work away from Knowshon Moreno (so long as Moreno is
status this offseason, but Maroney is not worth drafting in the majority of            healthy), but he should hinder the young runner's TD numbers. The former
leagues.                                                                               University of Miami star had 12 scores in 2009, and he continues to display a
                                                                                       nose for the end zone. McGahee will compliment Moreno well, and he serves
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy      as a solid handcuff option for him in Fantasy play. Consider selecting the
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      veteran with a middle to late-round pick on Draft Day.
2011 (proj)        0       0     0           0     0       0        0        0
2010              36      74     0           4    50       0        0       12                         ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
2009             194 757         9          14    99       0        4       130        Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      148 575         5          18    106      0       2         94
                                                                                       2010              99     377     5          14    55       1       2         74
Ryan Mathews, SD                                                          Bye: 6       2009             109 544        12          15    85       2       1         144
Ryan Mathews was a disappointing rookie in 2010, but he has a chance to be
a sophomore surprise in 2011 if he can stay healthy. Mathews dealt with an
ankle injury for the majority of his rookie year and when he was healthy he had        Joe McKnight, NYJ                                                          Bye: 8
to share carries with Mike Tolbert, who earned playing time while Mathews was          Joe McKnight is hoping to make up for a disappointing rookie campaign with an
out. We still expect Tolbert to play a prominent role this year, but Mathews           increased role in 2011. McKnight's Fantasy value is likely tied to what the Jets
should get the majority of touches (Darren Sproles might not come back). He            do with LaDainian Tomlinson or what role rookie Bilal Powell plays. If
proved his ability in the season finale last year at Denver with 26 carries for        Tomlinson returns then McKnight would be the No. 3 running back behind
120 yards and three touchdowns. For the season he had more than 800 total              Shonn Greene and Tomlinson. But if Tomlinson is not back then McKnight
yards and seven touchdowns in 12 games. Mathews should prove to be a                   could be the backup rusher and third-down running back while sharing time
complete running back and we like him as a solid No. 2 option in all leagues.          with Powell. If that happens then McKnight is worth drafting with a late-round
Plan on drafting Mathews beginning in Round 3.                                         pick in all leagues. But if Tomlinson returns in 2011 then McKnight should not
                                                                                       be drafted in most leagues since his touches will be limited.
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points                      ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
2011 (proj)      238 1,020       7          35    260      1        4       168        Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
2010             157 675         7          22    145      0        3       117        2011 (proj)       62     249     0           8    54       0       0         30
                                                                                       2010              39     189     0           3    20       0       0         20
LeSean McCoy, PHI                                                         Bye: 7
LeSean McCoy reminded Fantasy owners of Brian Westbrook last year with his
performance in his first season as starter with 1,080 rushing yards and seven          Rashard Mendenhall, PIT                                                   Bye: 11
touchdowns and 78 catches for 592 yards and two touchdowns with one                    There's so much to like about Rashard Mendenhall heading into 2011, but one
fumble. He sat out the season finale to rest for the playoffs, but McCoy proved        key element about his 2010 campaign will make owners jittery. Mendenhall
he has 2,000-total yard potential with double digits in touchdowns. We expect          shined in his third season, racking up 1,503 yards over 385 carries including
him to improve in his third season, and he should be considered a No. 1                the postseason with 17 rush touchdowns (13 in the regular season). He added
Fantasy RB worth a pick as early as sixth overall in standard leagues (maybe           another 219 yards on 27 catches over his 19 games and lost just three fumbles
fifth overall in PPR formats). If you're looking for a handcuff option for McCoy       (including one in Super Bowl XLV). He scored fewer than 10 Fantasy points
plan on taking Ronnie Brown with a late-round pick.                                    just six times over the course of the season and had at least 15 touches in all
                                                                                       but one regular-season game. And in 2011, he'll have cupcake matchups
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy      against the AFC South and NFC West defenses as well as games against the
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points      Browns and Bengals (81 car., 285 yds., four TDs in four games vs. Ohio rivals
2011 (proj)      228 1,127       7          71    524      3        2       221        in 2010). The lone drawback to drafting Mendenhall is that running backs that
2010             207 1,080       7          78    592      2        3       219        play in a Super Bowl typically fall off the following year, a study we've done with
2009             155 637         4          40    308      0        1       117        uncanny results. Granted, every player is different, and Mendenhall is still
                                                                                       plenty young, but there is some risk in picking Mendenhall given the history of
                                                                                       tired running backs from the season prior. Expect Mendenhall to go between
Darren McFadden, OAK                                                      Bye: 8       10th and 15th overall in drafts this summer, and if you're the one taking him, be
For the first time in Darren McFadden's three-year career, he finally                  smart and invest a late-round pick in his primary backup, Isaac Redman.
outperformed expectations with a breakout performance in 2010. Now, Fantasy
owners want to know if he can be trusted to do it again. Last year, McFadden                           ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
started a career-high 13 games and had a career-high in carries (223), rushing         Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
yards (1,157), rushing touchdowns (seven), catches (47), receiving yards (507)         2011 (proj)      274 1,266       9          20    160      0       2         193
and receiving touchdowns (three). McFadden had only three games in 2010                2010             324 1,274 13               23    167      0       2         217
where he didn't have 100 total yards or a touchdown, a huge improvement                2009             242 1,108       7          25    261      1       3         178
from his injury-plagued rookie and sophomore seasons. The only downside
was that McFadden missed three games due to injury (two for a hamstring and
one for a toe), but that's part of the deal in drafting him -- he's expected to miss
a game or two with an injury. Still, based on the way he played last year and
what's in store for the Oakland offense under new head coach and play caller
Hue Jackson this year, you have to expect McFadden to play well again. We
consider him a first-round pick, but there's a chance people in your league
don't think that. If he falls to Round 2, consider it a steal.

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL      Points
2011 (proj)      240 1,235       7          48    420      2        3       214
2010             223 1,157       7          47    507      3        1       219
2009             104 356         1          21    245      0        3       59

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Knowshon Moreno, DEN                                                     Bye: 6      Adrian Peterson, MIN                                                       Bye: 9
Knowshon Moreno enters his third season for the Broncos looking for a big            What's more dangerous than one of the league's most exciting, consistent and
season. He could have the chance to shine under new coach John Fox, who              stat-producing running backs? How about an exciting, consistent, stat-
should bring with him the same run-heavy offense he ran in Carolina. The             producing running back in a contract year? Indeed, Adrian Peterson is due a
problem for Moreno is that it's likely he will share carries since Fox believes in   new deal after the 2011 season, and while he's deserved a new contract for
a two-back system. But, barring something unforeseen, Moreno should be the           some time now, this year he'll have fresh motivation to play well. After all, a big
No. 1 option in the backfield. And that makes him a quality No. 2 Fantasy            season will cement his status as the best running back in the game and thus
running back worth drafting toward the beginning of Round 3 in all leagues.          he can command to be paid as such. Peterson is flawless as a running back.
Moreno struggled at times in 2010 and saw his stats decline overall from his         He's averaged nearly 110 yards per game over his last two seasons and has
rookie year. But he still managed more than 1,000 total yards and eight              missed just one game in three years. He has 54 touchdowns in 61 career
touchdowns thanks to a nice second-half surge, and he has the potential to be        games and overcame a fumbling issue in 2010 when he coughed up the ball
a quality receiver out of the backfield. Depending on who the Broncos bring in       just once. All that said, there's concern that his O-line is not as good as it once
or decide to use to share carries with Moreno will ultimately determine his          was and obviously the quarterback situation in Minnesota leaves a lot to be
value, but we still expect him to be heavily involved and produce at a high          desired. Nonetheless, only a fool would tell you to pass on AP in drafts. He's as
level.                                                                               reliable a pick as you can find in 2011, well worth a first-round selection
                                                                                     between first and third overall in all formats.
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points                     ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
2011 (proj)      233 986         5         40    348      3       3        175       Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
2010             182 779         5         37    372      3       2        158       2011 (proj)      311 1,430 12               37    357      1       3         251
2009             247 947         7         28    213      2       4        161       2010             283 1,298 12               36    341      1       1         239
                                                                                     2009             315 1,389 18               43    436      0       6         277

Maurice Morris, DET                                                      Bye: 9
Lions running back Maurice Morris showed some life last season, and he'll get        Clinton Portis, UFA
the chance to do it again this season. After the season-ending injury to Mikel       Clinton Portis is a free agent this offseason after the Redskins released him.
Leshoure in early August, speculation started that Morris would resume his role      He will now look to find a new home, but his Fantasy value is limited at this
as a part-time back with Jahvid Best. Doing that in the second half of the Lions'    stage of his career. Portis had played in only 13 games over the last two
offense last season he racked up 79 carries for 326 yards and five touchdowns        seasons because of a severe concussion in 2009 and a torn groin muscle in
with 18 catches for 116 yards. Morris could actually cash in with a solid season     2010. At 29, he will likely be a backup somewhere if a team is willing to give
as he's in a contract year. He's got good versatility and just enough                him a chance. Keep an eye on where he lands, and in the right situation, Portis
elusiveness to make some plays, especially in favorable matchups. He's worth         could be worth drafting with a late-round pick. But don't reach for Portis on
a late-round pick in all formats, especially as a handcuff for those owners who      Draft Day thinking he can relive his glory days because typically when a
draft Best with a fourth-round pick.                                                 running back tails off, his career is near the end.

                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy                     ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
2011 (proj)      117 516         3         28    230      1       1        97        2011 (proj)        0      0      0           0     0       0       0          0
2010              90     336     5         25    170      0       0        80        2010              54     227     2           5    55       0       1         39
2009              93     384     2         26    210      0       0        73        2009             124 494         1           9    57       1       1         64


DeMarco Murray, DAL                                                      Bye: 5      Isaac Redman, PIT                                                         Bye: 11
The Cowboys selected Oklahoma RB DeMarco Murray in the third round of the            The deep sleeper we had some hopes for in 2009 got to fulfill some of that
NFL draft. Murray had two 1,000-yard rushing seasons at Oklahoma and                 potential in 2010. Now we'll see if he can kick it up a notch in 2011. Redman
finished with 3,685 yards and 50 touchdowns. The speedy runner also had 157          did a good job with the limited reps he had in the regular season, totaling 247
career catches for 1,571 yards and 11 TDs. Murray will more than likely              rush yards on 52 carries and 72 yards and two touchdowns on nine receptions.
replace Marion Barber in the Dallas run game as their skills are almost exactly      This summer he'll look to expand his role in Pittsburgh behind starter Rashard
the same. That includes durability as Murray dealt with injuries in college and      Mendenhall. One reason why Redman is a sleeper to target late in drafts is
isn't a lock for 16 games. Murray also will join a crowded backfield that includes   because Mendenhall took on a lot of work in 2010, all the way to the Super
Felix Jones and Tashard Choice, so he's far from seeing consistent minutes on        Bowl, and the track record of running backs that work that much is not good the
a regular basis. Murray is definitely worth a late-round pick in seasonal leagues    following year. If anything were to happen to Mendenhall, Redman would be in
and is a good handcuff to Jones. He's also worth a middle- to late-round pick in     line to pick up some pretty big reps. He's a must-own for those owners that
dynasty/keeper leagues and a Top 20 pick in rookie-only drafts.                      spend an early-round pick on Mendenhall, and he's a nice low-risk late-round
                                                                                     sleeper for everyone else.
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points                     ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
2011 (proj)      150 623         5         16    112      0       1        102       Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj)       91     401     4           9    85       0       1         71
                                                                                     2010              52     247     0           9    72       2       0         43
Jerious Norwood, STL                                                     Bye: 5
Jerious Norwood tore his ACL in Week 2 of last season, putting his career into
a freefall. The once-prominent third-down back in Atlanta is now going to try to
revive his career with a one-year contract with the Rams. Norwood has missed
20 games over the last two seasons, so Fantasy owners should pass on
Norwood until he regains some relevant playing time again. Although, that
might be tough since the Rams' workhorse is running back Steven Jackson.

                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       30     122     0          8    72       0       1        17
2010               2      8      0          1     9       0       0         0
2009              76     252     0         19    186      1       1        47




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Marcel Reece, OAK                                                        Bye: 8      Evan Royster, WAS                                                          Bye: 5
Marcel Reece is a free agent this offseason, and he will look to add RB depth        The Redskins drafted rookie RB Evan Royster in the sixth round of the NFL
and play on special teams wherever he signs. If he returns to the Raiders, his       Draft out of Penn State. Royster left the Nittany Lions as their all-time leading
value for 2011 will depend on what happens with Michael Bush. If Bush leaves         rusher with 3,932 yards and 29 touchdowns. Coach Mike Shanahan said
Oakland as a free agent then Reece could be the No. 2 RB behind starter              Royster reminds him of a young Terrell Davis. With only Ryan Torain, Keiland
Darren McFadden. Since McFadden is injury prone, Reece would be worth a              Williams and fellow rookie Roy Helu on the Redskins' roster, there's room for
late-round pick on Draft Day, especially in deeper leagues. But if Bush returns      Royster to nail down a role. Helu is the better sleeper for Fantasy, but if injuries
to Oakland and Reece is the No. 3 RB then he would not be worth drafting in          befall one of the backs in front of Royster then he'll get involved pretty quickly.
most formats. Reece only has relevant Fantasy value if he's No. 2 on the depth       Ultimately Royster might end up working in the short yardage/goal line role,
chart in Oakland. And if he signs elsewhere then his value will be determined        which would give him some Fantasy value, but until that's clear and until he
where he plays.                                                                      shows some improvement (which is fairly likely given Shanahan's track record
                                                                                     with RBs), he's only worth drafting late in the deepest of dynasty/keeper
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     leagues and with a middle- to late-round pick in rookie-only drafts.
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       41     178     1         22    165      1       0        46                        ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
2010              30     122     1         25    333      3       1        67        Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
2009               0      0      0          2    20       0       0         1        2011 (proj)       17      70     0           0     0       0        0         7


Ray Rice, BAL                                                            Bye: 5      Bernard Scott, CIN                                                         Bye: 7
No one flinched at drafting Ray Rice with an early first-round pick last summer      Hopes remain high for Bernard Scott to see more work and develop into a
and chances are no one will flinch at taking him with a first-round pick this        weapon for Fantasy owners, but it didn't happen in 2010. Seeing only limited
summer. For the second year in a row Rice totaled a huge amount of yardage           work with Cedric Benson landing well over 300 carries, Scott had just 299
(1,776) thanks in part to more than 50 carries than he had in 2009 (his              yards on 61 carries with one touchdown, with most of the numbers coming in
receptions dipped by 16). But his touchdowns were sparse as he had five              his last three games. Scott's future is unknown since the Bengals' run game is
rushing and one receiving, losing six touchdowns to teammate Willis McGahee.         up in the air, but save for the team opening the season with him in a defined
The "McGahee issue" is over as he signed with Denver after getting cut in July,      role, he's not going to be a draft-worthy rusher. More than likely Scott will have
and the Ravens added fullback Vonta Leach, who popped open holes for Arian           to see a teammate miss playing time before getting on the field.
Foster for much of 2010. Both of those moves will only enhance Rice's game.
The Ravens signed Ricky Williams this offseason but offensive coordinator                            ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
Cam Cameron said in mid-August that Rice has earned the goal-line job for the        Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
Ravens to start the season. There's potential for a huge season here,                2011 (proj)       55     267     0          16    138      1        1        45
especially since Rice will be in a contract year motivated for a big pay day, and    2010              61     299     1          11    60       0        2        37
he'll have a very friendly schedule (save for two games against the Steelers         2009              74     321     0           5    67       0        0        38
and one against the Jets). There's reason to believe Rice will deliver big in
2011 and the opportunity to draft him early in the first round should be
appealing to owners.                                                                 Kevin Smith, UFA                                                        Bye: TBA
                                                                                     Kevin Smith is expected to test free agency this offseason after a poor 2010
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     that saw him fail to score. Smith came back from a major knee injury last year
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     and didn't look too bad, especially as a receiver out of the backfield. We could
2011 (proj)      268 1,229       6         69    613      2       2        228       see him ending up as a third-down back somewhere (he's averaging 9.1 yards
2010             308 1,223       5         63    556      1       0        213       per catch over 91 career receptions) and being of use in deeper PPR formats.
2009             254 1,339       7         78    702      1       3        245       Don't expect him to be taken any later than a late-round pick, if at all, this
                                                                                     summer.
Stevan Ridley, NE                                                        Bye: 7
The Patriots drafted RB Stevan Ridley of LSU in the third round of the NFL                           ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
Draft. The 6-foot, 225-pound Ridley started only nine of his 39 games at LSU         Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
but had at least one touchdown in 10 of 13 games last season. As a junior in         2011 (proj)       45     172     0          23    205      1        1        42
2010, he ran for 1,147 yards and 15 touchdowns as the Tigers' primary ball           2010              33     125     0          11    123      0        0        24
carrier. For his career, he carried the ball just 306 times but gained 1,419 yards   2009             217 747         4          40    409      1        2        140
for 19 touchdowns. While Ridley could emerge as quality RB for the Patriots,
they are now loaded in the backfield with BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Danny
Woodhead and fellow rookie Shane Vereen, who was drafted in Round 2.                 Jason Snelling, ATL                                                        Bye: 8
There's a chance no single back in New England will be worth starting on a           Jason Snelling's 2010 stats weren't good compared to his '09 campaign, but
weekly basis in Fantasy leagues, which is too bad considering the offense.           that had to do with Michael Turner staying healthy more than anything else.
Ridley is worth a late-round pick in seasonal drafts, especially touchdown-only      Snelling, who totaled five touchdowns and over 600 yards last year, served as
leagues since he could steal playing time from Green-Ellis. He's also worthy of      a change-of-pace and third-down option for Atlanta last year, and really did a
a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and an early- to middle-round pick       nice job as a receiver out of the backfield (44 catches last year, 74 over his last
in rookie-only drafts.                                                               two seasons). Since he decided to stay in Atlanta, Snelling is again a must-
                                                                                     draft late option for those owners who take Turner with a first-round pick, but
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     that's about it.
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       74     312     2          4    28       0       1        44                        ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
                                                                                     Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD        FL       Points
Javon Ringer, TEN                                                        Bye: 6      2011 (proj)      110 479         3          20    148      0        1        79
If you're looking for the insurance policy for Chris Johnson, you've found him in    2010              87     324     2          44    303      3        0        92
Javon Ringer. He had minimal reps in 2010 and scored twice, but Fantasy              2009             142 613         4          30    259      1        1        114
owners carried him on their rosters if they owned Johnson. Those owners who
draft Johnson with a first-round pick this summer should draft Ringer with a
late-round pick just in case the unthinkable happens to Johnson.

                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       46     206     1          5    30       0       0        30
2010              51     239     2          7    44       0       1        39
2009               8      48     0          0     0       0       0         4

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C.J. Spiller, BUF                                                         Bye: 7      LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI                                               Bye: 6
C.J. Spiller was a bust as a rookie in 2010, and he's hoping to perform at a          LaRod Stephens-Howling is a reserve RB for the Cardinals and might pick up
higher level in 2011 in his sophomore campaign. Many questioned the Bills for         some more work in 2011. That's because the Cardinals jettisoned Tim
drafting Spiller with the ninth pick in the 2010 NFL draft, and he struggled to       Hightower this offseason, opening the door for a third rusher to help the
find playing time, much less find success with 74 carries for 283 yards and 24        Cardinals run game of Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams. 'LSH' did play well in
catches for 157 yards and a touchdown with three fumbles. He did excel on             2010 with 113 rushing yards and one touchdown and 16 catches for 111 yards.
special teams with 44 kickoff returns for 1,014 yards and a touchdown, but            Of course, Stephens-Howling did a lot of work on special teams, and last year
many Fantasy owners were expecting more on offense. Hopefully he can                  he had 57 kickoff returns for 1,548 yards and two touchdowns. That should
deliver this year, and he's expected to again share carries with Fred Jackson,        continue, making him a solid late-round pick in leagues that reward special-
who is the projected starter. We still envision Spiller playing a significant role,   teams yardage. In standard formats, however, Stephens-Howling should be
and he has the potential to be a No. 3 Fantasy running back, especially in            ignored in all leagues on Draft Day.
leagues where receptions count. Draft Spiller with a middle- to late-round pick
as a No. 4 running back, and hopefully a full offseason and lower expectations                        ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
lead to better results in his second year in the league.                              Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)       65     315     0         19    194      1       0         57
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     2010              23     113     1         16    111      0       0         28
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     2009               6      15     0         10    83       1       1         13
2011 (proj)      115 554         3          34    232      1       3        97
2010              74     283     0          24    157      1       3        43
                                                                                      Jonathan Stewart, CAR                                                     Bye: 9
                                                                                      Jonathan Stewart disappointed in 2010, especially in the touchdown category
Darren Sproles, NO                                                      Bye: 11       as he scored just three (two rushing). He also finally succumbed to injury and
Darren Sproles was a free agent this offseason and he was able to agree to a          missed two games despite being on the injury report quite often over most of
deal with the Saints on the same day that Reggie Bush was traded away.                his three-year career with lower-body problems. This season, Stewart will
Sproles will likely serve his new club as a third-down back and special-teams         again share carries with DeAngelo Williams, which limits his upside to put up
ace. He's better suited for leagues where receptions count since he has 104           big stats. He should be considered a No. 3 Fantasy RB in the majority of
catches in the past two seasons and 11 receiving touchdowns in his career. In         leagues. Plan on drafting Stewart around Round 6 or 7.
PPR leagues, plan on drafting Sproles with a middle- to late-round pick in the
spread-out Saints system, but owners in standard leagues should take Sproles                          ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
with just a late-round flier. He's not going to turn into Michael Turner just         Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
because he's leaving San Diego.                                                       2011 (proj)      189 866         6         21    150      0       2         134
                                                                                      2010             178 770         2          8    103      1       4         97
                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     2009             221 1,133 10              18    139      1       2         188
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       77     407     1          48    475      3       1        110
2010              51     270     0          59    520      2       3        85        Ben Tate, HOU                                                            Bye: 11
2009              93     343     3          45    497      4       1        123       Ben Tate will try to deliver on the expectations everyone had for him last
                                                                                      summer before he suffered a season-ending ankle injury in the preseason.
                                                                                      Problem is, he's gone from potentially starting for the Texans to playing behind
James Starks, GB                                                          Bye: 8      Arian Foster, who exploded in 2010 while Tate rehabbed. The feeling here is
James Starks is as risky of a pick as they come. We had our eyes on him long          that Tate will end up getting some work on a weekly basis, but not enough to
before he took the field for the Packers in Week 11 but never thought he'd be a       make him worth starting. Besides, the Texans have no reason to take Foster
stellar Fantasy option. But he ultimately wound up giving Green Bay a                 off the field other than to give him some rest. The idea that Tate will split reps
semblance of a running game after Ryan Grant went down in Week 1 and has              50-50 with Foster is laughable until either head coach Gary Kubiak hints at it or
won over his coaches. Here's the thing: Starks was pretty inconsistent, never         until Foster struggles. Your best bet is to draft Tate late: Look for him around
showed a good set of hands and scored once over 110 carries in eight games.           Round 10 if you drafted Foster early, or wait until Round 11 or 12 if you're just
We're not entirely sold on Starks turning into a sensation this season, and           looking to put some potential on your bench. If you're someone who believes
perhaps the Packers weren't either as they drafted Alex Green with a third-           Foster will struggle in 2011, Tate's a guy you should reach for.
round pick. To draft Starks, you'll likely have to use a pick between Rounds 8
and 9, which means a quality pick will be needed to draft a player who might                          ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
see limited reps. We wouldn't blame you for passing on him, but if you do take        Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
him, slot him as a No. 3 Fantasy RB and hope he can steal carries away from           2011 (proj)       97     431     4          8    52       0       0         72
Grant and hold off Green.                                                             2010               0      0      0          0     0       0       0          0

                ------ Rushing ------    ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD        Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     Chester Taylor, CHI                                                       Bye: 8
2011 (proj)      158 624         5          17    121      0       2        101       The Bears paid Chester Taylor to provide a secondary rushing presence
2010              29     101     0           2    15       0       0        11        behind starter Matt Forte and potentially split reps with him. What the Bears got
                                                                                      was one of the biggest underperforming running backs in NFL history, and now
                                                                                      he might be history in town. Of running backs who had at least 100 carries in a
                                                                                      season, Taylor set a record for futility with his 2.4 yards per carry. About the
                                                                                      only saving grace for Taylor in 2010 was that he ended the year as a
                                                                                      touchdown vulture and took in four scores over his final seven games,
                                                                                      including the postseason. That role might go to Marion Barber in 2011 as the
                                                                                      Bears signed him in 2011. Taylor's not worth drafting in Fantasy.

                                                                                                      ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----             Fantasy
                                                                                      Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL        Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)       26      93     0          8    58       0       1         13
                                                                                      2010             112 267         3         20    139      0       0         57
                                                                                      2009              93     332     1         44    389      1       0         83




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Daniel Thomas, MIA                                                       Bye: 5      Powell. We still consider Tomlinson as a quality reserve running back, but he
Kansas State running back Daniel Thomas is such a versatile and promising            should only be drafted with a late-round pick at best. It will be hard for him to
player that the Dolphins gave up three draft picks to land him with a late           duplicate even last year's production in 2011 so don't hold out hope that he can
second-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Miami was in need of help at running        still carry your Fantasy team to anything significant.
back because Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams were both free agents this
offseason. The 6-foot, 230-pound Thomas led the Big 12 Conference in                                 ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
rushing the past two years. He totaled 2,850 yards and 30 touchdowns rushing         Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
at Kansas State, and he also made 52 receptions. Thomas has the chance to            2011 (proj)       92     356     4         43    286      0       0        88
be the best running back of this draft class based on his opportunity. The           2010             219 914         6         52    368      0       0        163
Dolphins could still add another veteran free agent, but with the investment the     2009             223 730        12         20    154      0       2        156
Dolphins made in Thomas he will likely start. We consider him a low-end No.
2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy option heading into the year, and he's worth drafting
as early as Round 6 in standard leagues. In keeper/dynasty formats, plan on          Ryan Torain, WAS                                                         Bye: 5
drafting Thomas in Round 4 or 5, and he's a first-round pick in rookie-only          Ryan Torain enters this season as the potential starting RB for the Redskins,
leagues.                                                                             but he will have plenty of competition from rookies Roy Helu and Evan Royster.
                                                                                     Along with Keiland Williams, Torain will now have to share carries, which
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     lowers his value coming into the year. Torain followed coach Mike Shanahan
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     from Denver to Washington, and he proved to be a quality weapon for the
2011 (proj)      225 987         6         20    136      0       2        144       Redskins and Fantasy owners in 2010 with more than 850 total yards and six
                                                                                     touchdowns in just eight starts. Torain, who battled hamstring injuries during
                                                                                     the year, had six games with double digits in Fantasy points. He has the
Pierre Thomas, NO                                                      Bye: 11       potential to be a No. 2 Fantasy RB this year if he can stay healthy and get the
We haven't seen the best from Pierre Thomas since his breakout 2008, and             majority of touches, which doesn't appear to be the case. Still, if Torain is
chances are we won't anytime soon. After the Saints signed Thomas to a team-         named the starter in Washington he would be worth drafting as a No. 3 RB with
friendly contract extension this offseason, they drafted Mark Ingram with a first-   a mid-round pick.
round pick via a trade. Now the expectation is that Ingram will move in on
Thomas' carries and serve as a 15-touch candidate with goal-line work. That's                        ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
bad news for Thomas, who owned the goal-line gig previously and was a very           Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
productive Fantasy rusher when he was healthy. Thomas still has skills and           2011 (proj)      159 698         4         15    111      1       2        107
hopefully is over a nagging ankle injury that took him off the field for much of     2010             164 742         4         18    125      2       1        120
last season, but Fantasy owners have no reason to fawn over Thomas given             2009               0      0      0          0     0       0       0         0
than Ingram is in town and the two will split reps, likely leaving Thomas with
less touches. He's no better than a No. 3 Fantasy RB worth a middle- to late-
round pick.                                                                          Michael Turner, ATL                                                      Bye: 8
                                                                                     For the second time in three seasons, Michael Turner logged more than 330
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     carries in 2010 while posting double-digit touchdowns for the third straight year.
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     His yardage might have leveled off a smidge, but he still got the job done with
2011 (proj)      147 610         4         20    161      0       1        99        more than 1,300 yards at a 4.1 per carry clip. But it's those carries that Fantasy
2010              83     269     2         29    201      0       0        58        owners are a little jittery over. The last time Turner had more than 330 carries
2009             147 793         6         39    302      2       1        155       in a season he fell apart the following year. The schedule gets a bit tougher for
                                                                                     Turner in 2011, and he is coming off of offseason groin surgery, but the reality
                                                                                     is that so long as he's healthy he's a weekly candidate to score and get close
Mike Tolbert, SD                                                         Bye: 6      to 100 yards behind one of the better offensive lines in football. Everyone
Mike Tolbert had a breakout year in 2010 and will look to build on it in 2011.       should want someone like that on their Fantasy team. Turner's a solid No. 1
But he has a slight problem -- he'll split reps with a healthy Ryan Mathews. Last    Fantasy running back worth a pick between No. 5 and No. 10 overall in
year, Tolbert became a Fantasy star with Mathews dealing with an ankle injury.       standard formats (a bit later in PPR leagues).
Tolbert had 735 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns and 25 catches for 216
yards, including a five-game scoring streak in the middle of the year. But                           ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Tolbert got a glimpse of the future when Mathews scored three times in Week          Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
17 while he was on injured reserve with a neck/shoulder issue. We see Tolbert        2011 (proj)      293 1,335 12               7    48       0       2        206
being more of a change-of-pace rusher and short-yardage back, though it was          2010             334 1,371 12              12    85       0       2        213
stated by coach Norv Turner that he would use him in tandem with Mathews             2009             178 871        10          5    35       0       2        146
this season. Expect a healthy amount of touchdowns but not a lot else unless
Mathews disappoints or gets hurt again. Consider Tolbert a No. 3 Fantasy
running back worth drafting with a mid-round pick.                                   Shane Vereen, NE                                                         Bye: 7
                                                                                     The Patriots drafted RB Shane Vereen of Cal in the second round of the 2011
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     NFL Draft. At 5-foot-10 and 205 pounds, Vereen lacks the size typical of backs
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     who play every down. As a junior last year, he rushed for 1,167 yards and 13
2011 (proj)      146 607         7         17    105      1       1        117       touchdowns on 231 carries, averaging 5.1 yards per run. Vereen may emerge
2010             182 735        11         25    216      0       2        156       as an eventual replacement for veteran third-down back Kevin Faulk, who
2009              25     148     1         17    192      3       0        57        spent most of last season on injured reserve, and could compete with Danny
                                                                                     Woodhead for playing time. While Vereen could emerge as quality RB for the
                                                                                     Patriots, they are now loaded in the backfield with BenJarvus Green-Ellis,
LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ                                                 Bye: 8      Woodhead and fellow rookie Stevan Ridley, who was drafted in Round 3.
LaDainian Tomlinson's status for 2011 is up in the air since he would like to        There's a chance no single back in New England will be worth starting on a
return to the Jets, but New York might decide to go in a different direction,        weekly basis in Fantasy leagues, which is too bad considering the offense.
especially after drafting rookie Bilal Powell in Round 4 of the NFL Draft. In        Vereen is worth a late-round pick in seasonal drafts, especially PPR leagues.
2010, Tomlinson played his first year with the Jets and started off strong before    He's also worthy of a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and an early-
falling off. He finished the season with 219 carries for 914 yards and six           to middle-round pick in rookie-only drafts.
touchdowns, which led the team, and 52 catches for 368 yards. But he slowed
down tremendously as the year went on, which should have been expected                               ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
from a 31-year-old running back in his 10th season. Tomlinson had six games          Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
with double digits in Fantasy points and 10 games with at least eight points, but    2011 (proj)       18      87     0         13    90       1       0        24
only one of those happened after Week 11. If he returns to the Jets as
expected he will see a reduction in carries with Shonn Greene moving into the
primary role, and he could also lose some touches to Joe McKnight and

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Derrick Ward, HOU                                                      Bye: 11       Cadillac Williams, STL                                                   Bye: 5
Derrick Ward did a lot with the ball when he had it, which is saying something       Cadillac Williams signed with St. Louis in early August after spending six
since he only had 50 carries and seven catches. Ward scored four rushing             seasons with the Bucs. Williams saw his worst numbers over a 16-game
touchdowns and contributed 315 yards on the ground and 61 yards through the          season in 2010 thanks in big part to LeGarrette Blount taking touches away
air. He re-signed with the Texans in February where he'll help pad their RB          from him. However, Williams does have good versatility and has overcome
depth, but he's not expected to put up good stats on a regular basis playing         serious knee injuries (he hasn't missed a game in two seasons). But the
behind Arian Foster and possibly Ben Tate. Look elsewhere for Fantasy help           running back that rushed for more than 1,200 total yards as a rookie is long
on Draft Day.                                                                        gone, and now Williams should only be considered a decent reserve Fantasy
                                                                                     rusher and/or a handcuff to Steven Jackson. Williams is worth a late-round
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     pick.
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       48     197     1          5    44       0       0        30                        ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
2010              51     317     4          7    61       0       0        61        Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2009             115 414         1         20    150      2       0        74        2011 (proj)       72     308     1         17    152      1       0        58
                                                                                     2010             125 437         2         46    355      1       1        94
                                                                                     2009             209 816         4         29    219      3       0        144
Leonard Weaver, UFA                                                   Bye: TBA
Leonard Weaver is trying to return from a knee injury last year that knocked
him out in Week 1. He was released before training camp as the result of a           DeAngelo Williams, CAR                                                   Bye: 9
failed physical. Weaver played well in 2009 with 323 yards rushing, 140 yards        DeAngelo Williams is staying with the Panthers after signing a five-year
receiving and four touchdowns, but that's his ceiling -- and that was before the     extension prior to the start of training camp. He will continue to share carries
career-threatening injury. He is not worth drafting in the majority of leagues       with Jonathan Stewart, but Williams will likely remain in the starting role. Since
even when he gets healthy.                                                           he's staying in Carolina, Williams is not as promising of a Fantasy rusher as he
                                                                                     once was. He's coming off back-to-back seasons where an injury came before
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     Week 17, and he's not nearly the dominant rusher he was several years back.
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points     That said, he's still productive enough to be desirable in Fantasy, even though
2011 (proj)       29     121     0         18    140      1       0        32        he's sharing reps. Treat him like a No. 2 Fantasy rusher worth a pick starting in
2010               1      0      0          0     0       0       0         0        Round 4.
2009              70     323     2         15    140      2       0        70
                                                                                                     ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
                                                                                     Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
Beanie Wells, ARI                                                        Bye: 6      2011 (proj)      242 1,126       6         23    141      1       2        165
Beanie Wells is hoping to prove that a sophomore slump in 2010 will end when         2010              87     361     1         11    61       0       1        46
this season starts. Wells was terrible last year, and he struggled with injuries     2009             216 1,117       7         29    252      0       3        174
and inconsistent play. He finished the year just 397 rushing yards on a dismal
3.4 yards per carry with two touchdowns and five catches for 74 yards. He had
nearly 400 fewer rushing yards than his rookie season when he looked poised          Keiland Williams, WAS                                                    Bye: 5
for being a quality Fantasy option. This year, if healthy, Wells should rebound --   Keiland Williams will likely be the No. 4 RB for the Redskins this year behind
slightly. He now has company with rookie Ryan Williams (but not Tim                  potential starter Ryan Torain and rookies Roy Helu and Evan Royster. Williams
Hightower, who was traded) and LaRod Stephens-Howling. Unless injuries               could work on third downs, but he will likely just be used to provide depth and
befall the Cards' other backs, Wells has a low ceiling for productivity and might    play on special teams. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day.
be reduced to a limited role -- if he stays healthy. All the excitement Fantasy
owners had for Wells last year is tempered for this year. He's no better than a                      ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
middle- to late-round pick to provide some depth.                                    Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj)       52     233     0         13    100      0       1        31
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy     2010              65     261     3         39    309      2       1        84
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)      188 745         5         21    188      0       2        119
2010             116 397         2          5    74       0       0        58        Ricky Williams, BAL                                                      Bye: 5
2009             176 793         7         12    143      0       2        131       Ricky Williams' eight-year run with the Dolphins ended when he signed with
                                                                                     Baltimore as a free agent in early August. Williams' last three seasons in Miami
                                                                                     were pretty good, especially a 2009 campaign that included seven starts and
Brian Westbrook, UFA                                                  Bye: TBA       yielded 11 touchdowns. If his role with the Ravens is to spell Ray Rice and
Brian Westbrook is a free agent this offseason, and he will look to land a job as    provide a physical interior rush to help the Baltimore offense along, he should
a backup RB somewhere if the 49ers don't bring him back, which doesn't               rack up close to 150 touches over the course of the season. Not only is he
appear likely with the addition of rookie Kendall Hunter. In 2010, Westbrook         worth drafting with a late-round pick, but those owners who value Rice with a
played well as the No. 2 RB in San Francisco once Frank Gore went down in            first-round choice should consider him with a middle- to late-round pick just to
Week 12 with a hip injury. Over the final six games, Westbrook had three             lock up the Ravens backfield.
games with double digits in Fantasy points and scored five touchdowns. He
isn't worth drafting in the majority of leagues since he's 31 and isn't the same                     ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
RB he was in his heyday with the Eagles, but in the right situation he could be      Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
a handcuff option. Keep an eye on what happens with Westbrook this                   2011 (proj)      133 512         3         17    120      1       1        85
offseason, and he might be worth a late-round flier in deep formats.                 2010             159 673         2         19    141      1       2        95
                                                                                     2009             241 1,121 11              35    264      2       2        212
                ------ Rushing ------   ----- Receiving -----            Fantasy
Year             Att     Yds    TD       Rcpt Yds       TD       FL       Points
2011 (proj)       63     288     1         25    194      1       1        58
2010              77     340     4         16    150      1       0        79
2009              61     274     1         25    181      1       0        57




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Ryan Williams, ARI                                                     Bye: 6     in PPR leagues (middle- to late-round pick). Don't be surprised if Amendola,
In a surprise, the Cardinals drafted Virginia Tech RB Ryan Williams with a        based on his play last year, approaches 100 catches this season.
second-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. The Cardinals already have Beanie
Wells and Tim Hightower on their roster, but Wells has never blossomed and                      ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
has been prone to injury, while the hard-running Hightower was plagued by         Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
fumbles last season. Williams was a very productive back for the Hokies,          2011 (proj)      78         754          5               1                105
rushing for 1,655 yards (5.6 avg.) and 21 touchdowns as a freshman in 2009        2010             85         689          3               1                92
but was limited by a hamstring injury last season, finishing with 477 yards and   2009             43         326          1               1                36
nine touchdowns. Still, he averaged 4.3 yards per carry. Williams might be
injury prone like Wells but he will give the Cardinals a powerful rushing
presence. He's like a combination of Wells and Hightower rolled into one,         Anthony Armstrong, WAS                                                  Bye: 5
though it remains to be seen just how good of a receiver he is. Until we see      Anthony Armstrong finally got a chance to contribute in his third season in
how his role unfolds with Arizona, Fantasy owners should consider Williams        2010, and he posted quality stats with 44 catches for 871 yards and three
with a late-round pick in seasonal formats, a middle- to late-round pick in       touchdowns. He will look to build off those numbers this year when he will likely
dynasty/keeper leagues and a first-round pick in rookie-only drafts.              be a starter. Armstrong has the potential for 50-plus catches and close to 1,000
                                                                                  yards with a handful of touchdowns thanks to his deep ball skills, so we
               ------ Rushing ------      ----- Receiving -----        Fantasy    recommend drafting him with a late-round pick.
Year            Att     Yds    TD          Rcpt Yds       TD      FL    Points
2011 (proj)     224 923         5            14    108      0      3     127                    ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
                                                                                  Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
                                                                                  2011 (proj)      35         574          3               1                73
Danny Woodhead, NE                                                     Bye: 7     2010             44         871          3               1                103
Danny Woodhead is looking forward to playing a full season in New England
based on how he did in 2010. But Woodhead now faces tough competition
from rookie Shane Vereen, who the Patriots drafted in Round 2, and the two        Miles Austin, DAL                                                       Bye: 5
will vie for time as the third-down RB. Woodhead did well in that position last   Miles Austin is hoping to be more productive this season than he was in 2010.
year after New England added him from the Jets in Week 3. Woodhead                He finished last year with quality stats -- 69 catches for 1,041 yards and seven
finished the season with 97 carries for 547 yards and five touchdowns and 34      touchdowns and 93 rushing yards and a score -- but he only had eight games
catches for 379 yards and a touchdown with one fumble. He filled in for the       with double digits in Fantasy points. Now, part of the problem was losing
injured Kevin Faulk (knee), but New England loaded up at RB with the addition     quarterback Tony Romo after six games. Prior to Romo getting hurt, Austin had
of Vereen and fellow rookie Stevan Ridley, who was drafted in Round 3. We         three 100-yard games and two touchdowns, which should be a good sign for
still see Woodhead playing a prominent role behind starter BenJarvus Green-       this year with Romo back at 100 percent. But Austin also had to share targets
Ellis, but he should be considered a No. 4 Fantasy RB on Draft Day. The           with Dez Bryant and Jason Witten, and those two aren't going away. Still,
Patriots love players like Woodhead, but he should only be drafted with a late-   based on what Austin has done the past two years, we expect him to play at a
round pick in standard leagues. His value is higher in leagues where receptions   high level. He should be considered a good No. 2 Fantasy wide receiver in all
count, and we hope that the addition of Vereen won't completely ruin his          leagues worth drafting as early as Round 4 in all formats.
production compared to what we saw last season.
                                                                                                ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
               ------ Rushing ------      ----- Receiving -----        Fantasy    Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
Year            Att     Yds    TD          Rcpt Yds       TD      FL    Points    2011 (proj)      80        1,194         7               0                163
2011 (proj)     111 505         3            26    205      2      0     101      2010             69        1,041         7               1                159
2010             97     547     5            34    379      1      1     125      2009             81        1,320        11               0                198
2009             15      64     0             8    87       0      0     14

                                                                                  Jonathan Baldwin, KC                                                    Bye: 6
Wide Receivers                                                                    The Chiefs spent their first-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft on Pitt WR
                                                                                  Jonathan Baldwin, a rangy 6-foot-4, 230 pounder. Baldwin started 27 games
                                                                                  for Pittsburgh the past three seasons, at both flanker and split end, and totaled
Danario Alexander, STL                                                 Bye: 5     128 catches for 2,337 yards and 16 touchdowns. The Chiefs hope he will pair
Danario Alexander has the potential for a big season this year and should be      nicely with Dwayne Bowe, who had 1,162 yards receiving last year and went to
considered a sleeper in deeper leagues. In 2010, Alexander had three solid        his first Pro Bowl, and give them a pass-catching tandem to be feared. Baldwin
games for the Rams in Week 6 against San Diego (four catches for 72 yards         needs some work adjusting to the next level after leaving college earlier than
and a touchdown), Week 12 at Denver (four catches for 95 yards) and Week          desired. Expectations are small for Baldwin in 2011, so keep him limited to a
16 against San Francisco (six catches for 99 yards). Alexander is a big target    late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a second- or third-round pick in
at 6-foot-5, can run well and has good hands, but he has to stay healthy -- he    rookie-only drafts.
has been dealing with major knee problems since college. He only played in
eight games in 2010 but might be a nice weapon in Josh McDaniels' new                           ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
offense. We recommend owners in deep dynasty/keeper leagues taking a flier        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
on Alexander, especially if he has a good training camp.                          2011 (proj)      33         446          2               2                53

              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                  FL           Points    Arrelious Benn, TB                                                      Bye: 8
2011 (proj)      28         379          3                  0            56       Arrelious Benn was on his way to breaking out late last season when he tore a
2010             20         306          1                  0            36       ligament in his knee in Week 16. But he's attempting to pull a "Wes Welker"
                                                                                  and be ready for the start of the season. He was cleared for practice by team
                                                                                  doctors in late July and should be ready to roll. Benn finished his rookie season
Danny Amendola, STL                                                    Bye: 5     with just 395 yards but picked up 172 of them in his last three games, including
Danny Amendola showed off his potential in 2010, and he's ready to pick up        the one where he got hurt. Expectations are that he'll compete for a starting job
where last season ended in a potential contract year. Last year, Amendola had     and potentially have lots of playing time. Assuming the big second-year
85 catches for 689 yards and three touchdowns. He also added 81 rushing           standout proves his knee is fine, he can receive consideration in Fantasy drafts
yards, and he should be the slot receiver for the Rams this year. Amendola        as a late-round pick.
already has a solid rapport with QB Sam Bradford, and new offensive
coordinator Josh McDaniels should like using Amendola in a variety of ways --                   ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
potentially in the Wes Welker role that he couldn't quite get Eddie Royal to      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
learn in Denver. In standard leagues, Amendola is worth drafting with a late-     2011 (proj)      46         625          4               0                88
round pick as a No. 4 Fantasy WR, but he should be considered a No. 3 option      2010             25         395          2               0                54

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Earl Bennett, CHI                                                       Bye: 8      It will be hard for him to match his touchdown totals from last year, but he's still
There was a point in 2010 where Earl Bennett looked like the Bears' best            capable of outstanding stats that warrant him being selected as early as Round
receiver (26 catches for 377 yards and three touchdowns over seven games),          3 on Draft Day.
but he tailed off by the end of the season, ending with 561 yards on 46 grabs.
The yardage was second best on the team during the regular season and he                           ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
also contributed with a touchdown in the playoffs. There's mild optimism that       Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
with one year under his belt in Mike Martz's offense and two years of actual        2011 (proj)       77        1,155         9                0                 170
playing time on his odometer that his fourth year will be his best yet (he didn't   2010              72        1,162        15                0                 206
make a catch his rookie season). Then again, he was pushed down the depth           2009              47         589          4                0                 82
chart when Roy Williams came aboard. If you're looking for a deep sleeper,
particularly in PPR formats, Bennett is worth the late-round flier.
                                                                                    Deion Branch, NE                                                           Bye: 7
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     Deion Branch showed that his reunion with the Patriots in 2010 was good for
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     his Fantasy value. Branch joined the Patriots in a trade from Seattle in Week 5,
2011 (proj)      40         450          3               0                63        and in 11 games he finished with four games with double digits in Fantasy
2010             46         561          3               0                74        points and six with at least seven points. For the season, Branch had 61
2009             54         717          2               0                85        catches for 818 yards and six touchdowns, but he had 48 catches for 706
                                                                                    yards and five touchdowns with New England. Branch, who will be the No. 2
                                                                                    wide receiver this year opposite Wes Welker, has good rapport with
Davone Bess, MIA                                                        Bye: 5      quarterback Tom Brady. We consider Branch a low-end No. 2/high-end No. 3
Davone Bess was another wide receiver that had a breakout year in his third         Fantasy wide receiver worth drafting around Round 7 or Round 8 in all
season in the NFL. Bess finished last season with 79 catches for 820 yards          leagues. The motivation of a new contract should help Branch have another
and five touchdowns on 125 targets. Bess has improved his catches, yards and        solid campaign in 2011.
touchdowns each season, and he's hoping that trend continues this year. He
has proven to be one of the best slot receivers in the NFL. He is worth drafting                   ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
as a No. 4 Fantasy wide receiver in standard leagues and a No. 3 option in          Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
point-per-reception formats. He's a great under-the-radar receiver to target in     2011 (proj)       55         711          5                0                 101
the late rounds.                                                                    2010              61         818          6                1                 115
                                                                                    2009              45         437          2                0                 55
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2011 (proj)      67         730          5               1                101       Steve Breaston, KC                                                         Bye: 6
2010             79         820          5               2                108       Steve Breaston was expected to be on the move this season as the Cardinals
2009             76         758          2               3                82        appeared to move on from him, and he landed with former offensive
                                                                                    coordinator Todd Haley in Kansas City. Breaston struggled last year in his first
                                                                                    season as a starter in place of the departed Anquan Boldin, but he should get
Anquan Boldin, BAL                                                      Bye: 5      the chance to see time in the slot once again with Dwayne Bowe and Jonathan
Anquan Boldin came to Baltimore with lofty expectations, but instead he played      Baldwin on the outside in all likelihood. A knee injury limited his play in 2010,
decoy more often than star receiver, opening the door for other Ravens players      and he finished with 47 catches for 718 yards and one touchdown. He posted
to have good games while he was bottled up. Boldin barely eked out a better         better stats in each of the previous two seasons, and that was as the No. 3
season than teammate Derrick Mason, catching 64 passes for 837 yards and            option. Even while adjusting to the not-so-new scheme with the Chiefs,
seven touchdowns. But save for a massive three-touchdown game against the           Breaston is worth a late-round pick in deeper leagues only. And if he goes
Browns in Week 3, Boldin only topped 10 Fantasy points five times. That             undrafted then he is someone to scout because he could be a bye-week or
means in 10 games Boldin was a disappointment, especially since Fantasy             injury replacement.
owners had him pegged as a top 15 receiver before the season. Boldin will
have a year under his belt in offensive coordinator Cam Cameron's offense and                      ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
should only become more comfortable in Baltimore. He also gets a new                Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
teammate in Lee Evans, which should help draw coverage. Consider him a              2011 (proj)       42         598          3                0                 79
low-end No. 2 Fantasy receiver with good skill and potential if the Ravens, and     2010              47         718          1                0                 80
specifically quarterback Joe Flacco, can ramp up the offense this season.           2009              55         712          3                1                 91

              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     Kenny Britt, TEN                                                           Bye: 6
2011 (proj)      81        1,016         7               1                143       Kenny Britt was well on his way to being one of the top Fantasy stat producers
2010             64         837          7               1                123       last year when a serious hamstring injury sidelined him for five games. But
2009             84        1,024         4               2                129       when he came back, he was solid again, and now there's more confidence
                                                                                    than ever that Britt can be one of the game's best thanks to his huge frame and
                                                                                    solid speed. If he can stay healthy and out of trouble this offseason (a careless
Dwayne Bowe, KC                                                         Bye: 6      driving fine in June shouldn't result in a suspension), the Titans should have a
Dwayne Bowe finally had the type of season in 2010 that every Fantasy owner         wideout with more big games in him. After scoring in five straight in 2010
has been waiting for since he entered the NFL in 2007. Bowe had 72 catches          (including a three-TD game against the Eagles) and ending the year with back-
for 1,162 yards and 15 touchdowns on 132 targets and was the No. 2 Fantasy          to-back 80-plus-yard, one-TD efforts, there's no doubt Britt is worth drafting as
wide receiver in standard leagues behind Denver's Brandon Lloyd with 200            a middle-of-the-pack No. 2 Fantasy WR with obvious upside. If he's there past
points. Bowe nearly doubled his career touchdowns since he entered 2010 with        Round 5 then he's a bona fide steal. The one concern with Britt is the lack of a
16 scores. Now, we all want to know if Bowe can do it again. While he does still    quality quarterback entering the season, but hopefully the Titans will address
have some flaws -- losing Charlie Weis as offensive coordinator and an              that area of need with a proven passer, which would only make Britt that much
unproven starter opposite him in rookie Jonathan Baldwin -- he still possesses      better.
an impressive skill set that helped him succeed last year. Even better, he has
the motivation of a potential contract year, and that should keep Bowe playing                     ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
at a high level. We consider Bowe a No. 1 Fantasy wide receiver in all leagues.     Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)       63         926          7                1                 133
                                                                                    2010              42         775          9                1                 131
                                                                                    2009              42         701          3                1                 86




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Antonio Brown, PIT                                                       Bye: 11       Plaxico Burress, NYJ                                                     Bye: 8
Antonio Brown impressed in his first season with the Steelers, scoring a kick-         Plaxico Burress was released from prison in early June and will continue his
return touchdown and averaging 23.4 yards per kickoff return, but his role in          career with the Jets after signing a one-year deal with them in late July. With
the offense was minimal. He caught 16 balls in nine games for 167 yards and            Gang Green, Burress will battle for a starting job and be utilized for his speed
added only 90 yards on five grabs in the postseason. Brown has a chance                and size, potentially in the red zone. But chances are he will not regain his role
because he's fast and the Steelers might try to find ways to get him involved,         as a No. 1 receiver like he was in his prime with the Steelers and Giants. We
but Fantasy owners shouldn't count on him unless special-teams yardage is              suspect he'll be a popular draft pick starting in the middle rounds, but he might
rewarded.                                                                              underperform based on the expectations there. If you're landing Plax in Round
                                                                                       9 or 10 you're doing well.
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points                    ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
2011 (proj)       31         477          4                0                72         Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2010              16         167          0                0                16         2011 (proj)      46         633          6                0                99
                                                                                       2010              0          0           0                0                 0
                                                                                       2009              0          0           0                0                 0
Vincent Brown, SD                                                          Bye: 6
The Chargers drafted rookie WR Vincent Brown in the third round of the NFL
Draft out of San Diego State. The local product will compete for playing time          Andre Caldwell, CIN                                                      Bye: 7
behind Vincent Jackson, Malcom Floyd and Patrick Crayton, but he will                  Andre Caldwell did a whole lot of nothing until the final three games of the
struggle to make plays this season. He's a good possession-type receiver who           season when he played in place of Terrell Owens and amassed 270 of his 345
likely needs a year or two to improve his game before racking up some stats.           yards. He didn't score in 2010. Here's where things get interesting: T.O. isn't
We think he's going to be a pretty decent possession receiver once he gets             expected to return to Cincinnati, and that could put Caldwell in a prominent
some playing time. Grab him with a middle- to late-round pick in                       position as the Bengals reshape their offense. He'll also be in a contract year,
dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid-round choice in rookie-only drafts.                   which should motivate him to play well so he can earn a big contract in 2012.
                                                                                       There's sleeper potential here, making Caldwell a late-round flier in deeper
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      leagues. We'll see how the Bengals shape their receiving corps this offseason,
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      but Caldwell could be worth drafting in deep formats or adding off the waiver
2011 (proj)       18         285          1                0                26         wire early in the year if he gets off to a hot start.

                                                                                                     ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Dez Bryant, DAL                                                            Bye: 5      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
Dez Bryant is expected to pick up where he left off last season prior to him           2011 (proj)      42         447          3                1                61
breaking his leg. Bryant, who missed the final four games of his rookie year           2010             25         345          0                1                32
with the injury, had 45 catches for 561 yards and six touchdowns, but the              2009             51         432          3                2                59
majority of his production came in Weeks 7-11 -- without Tony Romo under
center. Bryant was limited earlier in the season with a variety of leg injuries, but
we'll finally get to see how he plays with Romo when both are healthy. We're           Mark Clayton, UFA                                                   Bye: TBA
counting on a big season and Bryant should be considered a No. 2 Fantasy               Mark Clayton is a free agent this offseason, but he is expected to return to the
wide receiver. Plan on drafting Bryant as early as Round 4 or 5 as Romo                Rams. Keep an eye on his status because if he does come back to St. Louis
should enjoy throwing his way.                                                         then he could be the No. 1 option in the passing game. Clayton was off to a
                                                                                       tremendous start in 2010 with 22 catches for 300 yards and two touchdowns in
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      his first four games before a knee injury in Week 5 ended his season. As long
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      as he's healthy, he could benefit greatly playing in new offensive coordinator
2011 (proj)       72         996          8                1                146        Josh McDaniels' offense, and it's clear Clayton and QB Sam Bradford had an
2010              45         561          6                1                90         instant rapport last year. Clayton is worth drafting with a late-round pick in all
                                                                                       leagues as a No. 4 option if he returns to the Rams. And if he signs elsewhere
                                                                                       then his value will be determined by his role and who is throwing him the ball.
Nate Burleson, DET                                                         Bye: 9
Nate Burleson's first season with the Lions was just about what was expected:                        ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
He didn't bowl anyone over with stats but did provide a good secondary option          Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
to Calvin Johnson. Burleson should continue to produce at a modest pace in             2011 (proj)      31         404          3                0                60
2011 but not reach his career-best numbers (1,006 yards, nine touchdowns).             2010             23         306          2                0                42
He had elbow surgery this offseason but it's not expected to hold him back.            2009             34         480          2                1                60
Your best bet is to draft Burleson late in PPR leagues and not draft him at all in
standard formats. He's not a bad choice off waivers once the season gets
going.                                                                                 Randall Cobb, GB                                                         Bye: 8
                                                                                       The Packers added to their offense in the second round of the NFL draft, taking
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb. The 5-foot-10, 192-pound Cobb could
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      help the Packers' pass-heavy offense and potentially shore up what has been
2011 (proj)       53         655          5                1                95         an inconsistent return game. He broke the UK all-time record for total
2010              55         625          6                2                102        touchdowns (37) and ranks fourth in career all-purpose yardage (4,674), fourth
2009              63         812          3                2                95         in career scoring (226 points), fifth in career pass receptions (144) and sixth in
                                                                                       career receiving yardage (1,661). Cobb's a solid pick for the Packers, and we
                                                                                       believe he'll play on special teams this year and eventually sink into a regular
                                                                                       offensive role. That might take a year or two, however, so we can't recommend
                                                                                       him in standard seasonal leagues. But he's a nice long-term pick and is worth a
                                                                                       middle- to late-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid-round pick in
                                                                                       rookie-only drafts.

                                                                                                     ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      18         205          0                0                24




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Austin Collie, IND                                                      Bye: 11       based on Crabtree's potential and role in the offense (he had 101 targets last
A foot injury coupled with thumb surgery and multiple concussions                     year) he is worth drafting as a No. 3 Fantasy WR with a mid-round pick, and
overshadowed Austin Collie's Fantasy-leading hot start in 2010. Collie was            hopefully this is the season he has a breakout performance.
healthy for the first six weeks of the season and produced an eye-popping 44
catches for 503 yards and six touchdowns. But then he had the thumb issue                           ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
and was pulverized in his first game back a few weeks later. There were then          Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
two games where Collie returned, only to be forced out following a hit to the         2011 (proj)      55         688          5               1                97
head. In total, Collie picked up 58 grabs for 649 yards (11.2 yards per catch)        2010             55         741          6               0                110
and eight touchdowns, nearly matching or eclipsing most of his rookie totals.         2009             48         625          2               1                72
Here's the deal: Collie is a tremendous part of the Colts' offense and 2010 was
simply more proof that Peyton Manning loves throwing his way. But concerns
over his head might limit his playing time, and if he continues to suffer             Donald Driver, GB                                                       Bye: 8
concussions, there's a good chance his career will be short-lived. We like Collie     Donald Driver limped to the finish line last season with the Packers, though for
to return to health this season since he was cleared by the Colts' medical staff,     him it was worth it because he won a Super Bowl ring. But Fantasy owners
and he is worth drafting as early as Round 5 or 6 depending on your league's          who drafted him won only a wideout who tallied his first sub-1,000-yard season
scoring rules. Keep in mind there's a good amount of risk in making him a part        in seven years and delivered just four touchdowns. Driver suffered a high-ankle
of your Fantasy team, but as he showed last year when he's on his game it's           sprain during Super Bowl XLV, and toward the end of last season it looked like
hard to slow him down.                                                                he had been overtaken for the No. 2 receiving role by both James Jones and
                                                                                      Jordy Nelson. Driver will be 36 this season and played like it for much of last
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     year. If you're looking for a reserve receiver, Driver is fine as a No. 4 option.
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     Otherwise, don't expect the 1,000 yards of offense we got from him prior to
2011 (proj)       53         607          8                0                109       2010 – that might wind up going to Jones or Nelson.
2010              58         649          8                1                110
2009              60         676          7                0                109                     ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
                                                                                      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)      47         579          5               0                88
Marques Colston, NO                                                     Bye: 11       2010             51         565          4               1                78
The good news is that Marques Colston is entering a contract year and has a           2009             70        1,061         6               1                141
pretty good track record of playing well so long as he's healthy. The bad news
is that Colston had knee and wrist surgery this offseason, which also serves as
an unsettling trend for him. But the bottom line is that Colston has found ways       Braylon Edwards, SF                                                     Bye: 7
to play despite offseason operations and caught at least 70 passes for 1,000          Braylon Edwards ended up in San Francisco after spending a few seasons with
yards and seven touchdowns in four of his five NFL seasons. It's hard to              the Jets. Edwards is coming off his best year since his breakout season in
overlook that. With the promise of a big pay day looming, Colston should have         2007 with 53 catches for 904 yards and seven touchdowns, which led the Jets,
plenty of motivation to put up big stats in 2011. As the primary big-play receiver    and one fumble on 101 targets. Edwards has been consistent on a marginal
in the Saints' dynamic passing offense, that shouldn't be a problem. At worst         level since leaving Cleveland and might have a shot to continue posting good
consider him a quality No. 2 Fantasy wide receiver worth a pick between               (not great) stats in San Fran. His quarterback situation isn't any more rosy than
Round 4 and Round 6.                                                                  it was in New York, but if he can get the hold of Jim Harbaugh's version of the
                                                                                      West Coast then he should be a called-upon target. With the Niners thin on
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     wide receivers that play well, Edwards should be viewed as a good reserve
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     Fantasy option good enough to start in a pinch or as a No. 3 WR in a deep
2011 (proj)       80        1,050         8                0                153       league. He'll be around to draft in Rounds 7 or 8 in standard formats.
2010              84        1,023         7                0                144
2009              70        1,074         9                2                157                     ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
                                                                                      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)      55         748          5               0                105
Jerricho Cotchery, PIT                                                  Bye: 11       2010             53         904          7               1                132
Jerricho Cotchery continues to trend in the wrong direction. Since 2007,              2009             45         680          4               1                92
Cotchery has seen a decline in catches and yards, and last year was his worst
season since 2005 when he finished with 41 catches for 433 yards and two
touchdowns. A back injury was partially to blame, and he was ultimately sent          Lee Evans, BAL                                                          Bye: 5
packing from the Jets this offseason. He landed in Pittsburgh where he'll add         Lee Evans was traded to the Ravens during training camp, and he is expected
depth to the team's receiving corps behind Mike Wallace and Hines Ward. We            to start opposite Anquan Boldin as the No. 2 WR in Baltimore. Evans leaves
suspect that Cotchery is far from being in shape and might not be a contributor       Buffalo coming off a disappointing 2010. He wasn't able to finish 2010 after
for the Steelers right away. Fantasy owners shouldn't spend a pick on him at          suffering an ankle injury that forced him to injured reserve for the final three
this point, but he could be worth a look off waivers during the year.                 games. He finished the season with 37 catches, 578 yards, four touchdowns
                                                                                      and a fumble. It was the fewest catches and yards of his career, and his
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     touchdown total was the second lowest of his career. The move to Baltimore
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     should help Evans improve since he gets an upgrade at QB with Joe Flacco
2011 (proj)       44         506          3                0                69        and in a better offense. Evans is worth drafting with a late-round pick as a No.
2010              41         433          2                0                55        4 Fantasy WR, but this trade is better for his outlook in 2011.
2009              57         821          3                0                106
                                                                                                    ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
                                                                                      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
Michael Crabtree, SF                                                      Bye: 7      2011 (proj)      42         616          5               0                92
Michael Crabtree is entering his third season in the NFL, and hopefully he has        2010             37         578          4               1                79
the breakout year many are expecting. In 2010, Crabtree improved from his             2009             44         612          7               0                103
disappointing rookie year, but he didn't post outstanding stats with 55 catches
for 741 yards and six touchdowns. At times Crabtree looked great with six
games with double digits in Fantasy points. But at times he was nonexistent
with 10 games with five points or less. The key for Crabtree will be who is
throwing him the ball since it appears that Alex Smith might return as the
starter, but if the 49ers can upgrade at QB then Crabtree's value will rise. Still,




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Larry Fitzgerald, ARI                                                     Bye: 6      Manning's attention for all of the 2011 season. Play it safe and figure that
Larry Fitzgerald is entering a contract year this season, but he said he hopes to     Garcon is a low-end No. 2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver worth a pick
remain in Arizona for the rest of his career. We'll see if he feels the same way if   between Rounds 5 and 7, but with money on his mind and really his third full
this year goes the same as 2010. When you look at Fitzgerald's stats from last        year playing in the Colts' offense coming up, there's plenty of upside.
year – his first without retired QB Kurt Warner or long-time teammate Anquan
Boldin – they look positive with 90 catches for 1,137 yards and six touchdowns.                      ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
It was his fourth year in a row with at least 90 catches, 1,000 yards and six         Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
touchdowns. But Fitzgerald didn't play like the dominant Fantasy WR most              2011 (proj)       75         944          6                0                 130
owners expected thanks to a lack of talent around him, namely at QB, and a            2010              67         784          6                0                 114
knee injury that slowed him down at the start of the year. His knee is fine now,      2009              47         765          4                0                 101
and his quarterback will be Kevin Kolb. That's good news, and Fantasy owners
should be willing to trust Fitzgerald as an elite receiver once again. Draft him
as a No. 1 Fantasy WR worth a pick as soon as the middle of Round 2.                  David Gettis, CAR                                                          Bye: 9
                                                                                      Panthers WR David Gettis showed some flashes of promise last season,
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     specifically in games against the 49ers and Ravens when he exploded for 217
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     yards and three scores combined. But the rest of his stats were only nominal
2011 (proj)       107       1,355         8                1                182       as he finished with 508 yards and those three touchdowns -- not bad for a
2010              90        1,137         6                0                151       sixth-round pick. Gettis was in the mix to start opposite Steve Smith, but he
2009              97        1,092        13                0                187       tore his ACL in camp, effectively ending his season. He should not be selected
                                                                                      on Draft Day.

Malcom Floyd, SD                                                          Bye: 6                     ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
Malcom Floyd is staying with the Chargers in 2011 after signing a two-year            Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
contract extension. Floyd will likely start opposite Vincent Jackson and be the       2011 (proj)        0          0           0                0                  0
No. 3 target in the passing game behind Jackson and Antonio Gates.                    2010              37         508          3                0                 68
Ultimately consider Floyd a quality reserve Fantasy receiver worth a late-round
pick.
                                                                                      A.J. Green, CIN                                                            Bye: 7
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     The Bengals selected Georgia WR A.J. Green with the fourth overall pick in the
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     2011 NFL Draft, giving them a fresh face in their receiving corps. Green will
2011 (proj)       42         708          4                0                95        likely get fast tracked to the starting lineup -- but who he will start with and who
2010              37         717          6                0                107       he will catch passes from remains to be seen. Green became one of Georgia's
2009              45         776          1                0                83        all-time best receivers in only three seasons, catching 166 passes for 2,542
                                                                                      yards and 23 touchdowns. He's 6 foot 4 and about 210 pounds with great
                                                                                      speed and hands. He'll need to work on his moves off the snap and could
Jacoby Ford, OAK                                                          Bye: 8      struggle early on with press coverage, but the tools are there for him to be
Jacoby Ford turned out to be a nice surprise for the Raiders and Fantasy              great. Questions about his quarterback will hold his value up for now, but at
owners as a rookie in 2010. He will look to build on that performance this            worst Green is a late-round pick in seasonal leagues, a middle-round pick in
season. Last year, the small but speedy receiver had 25 catches for 470 yards         dynasty/keeper leagues and a Top-5 pick in rookie-only drafts.
and two touchdowns with 10 carries for 155 yards and two touchdowns. He
also had 53 kick returns for 1,280 yards and three touchdowns. He should                             ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
enter this year as a starter and he is worth drafting with a late-round pick in the   Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
majority of leagues. Ford compares favorably to Philadelphia's DeSean                 2011 (proj)       53         710          5                2                 101
Jackson as a small speedster, but he's got a long way to go to get to D-Jax's
level or notoriety. If you're looking for a sleeper No. 4 receiver on Draft Day       Leonard Hankerson, WAS                                                     Bye: 5
then plan on drafting Ford with a late-round pick.                                    The Redskins chose WR Leonard Hankerson of Miami in the third round of the
                                                                                      NFL Draft. As a senior he broke Michael Irvin's school record for touchdowns
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     caught with 13, and he left Miami with 22 scores. He also was only the third
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     Hurricanes receiver to tally over 1,000 yards in a single season. Hankerson
2011 (proj)       46         714          4                2                105       wrapped up his career with 2,160 receiving yards on 134 receptions. We love
2010              25         470          2                1                84        the fit of Hankerson in Washington's offense -- they don't have a big-bodied
                                                                                      target for their quarterbacks to throw to and he'll fit the bill. Hankerson has
                                                                                      great size and lots of playmaking ability, so anything he can do to make his
Jabar Gaffney, WAS                                                        Bye: 5      hands excellent and his speed steady will give him a shot at being a productive
Jabar Gaffney was traded from Denver to Washington in late July, and it's             wideout. He's worth a late-round flier in seasonal and dynasty/keeper league
there where he'll attempt to keep his stats high. He is coming off a career year      drafts. He's also worth a pick between Rounds 3 and 4 in rookie-only drafts.
with 65 catches for 875 yards, but he scored just two touchdowns and hasn't
had more than two scores in eight of his nine NFL seasons. Gaffney might land                        ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
a starting job in Washington, but Fantasy owners shouldn't be enamored with           Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
his prospects. He might be a better pickup off waivers than a Draft Day               2011 (proj)       11         141          0                0                 14
addition.
                                                                                      Brian Hartline, MIA                                                        Bye: 5
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     Entering his third season in 2011, Brian Hartline is hoping to take the next step
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     in his career. Hartline played well as a rookie in 2009 before taking a step back
2011 (proj)       39         499          2                0                62        last year, which ended on injured reserve after Week 13 due to a finger injury.
2010              65         875          2                0                99        Hartline only had one touchdown in 2010 and no games with double digits in
2009              54         732          2                0                85        Fantasy points. He will likely start opposite Brandon Marshall, but Hartline is
                                                                                      actually the No. 3 wide receiver for the Dolphins behind Davone Bess. Hartline
                                                                                      is not worth drafting in the majority of leagues, but he could be worth adding off
Pierre Garcon, IND                                                      Bye: 11       the waiver wire if he finds a way to play well.
It took a little while, but Pierre Garcon eventually got hot in 2010 and posted
career-best totals. Now the onus is on him to do it again in what will be a                          ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
contract year. Garcon still didn't top 800 yards last year but did score six times    Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
and caught 67 passes on a weak 11.7 receiving average. His season really              2011 (proj)       37         537          2                0                 66
came alive when the Colts lost Dallas Clark and Austin Collie, forcing Peyton         2010              43         615          1                1                 67
Manning to throw in his direction, and it should be enough to really garner           2009              31         506          3                0                 76

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Percy Harvin, MIN                                                       Bye: 9      DeSean Jackson, PHI                                                       Bye: 7
Percy Harvin is entering his third NFL season and expectations couldn't be          DeSean Jackson continues to prove he's among the best wide receivers in the
higher. Fantasy owners have come to hang their hats on his numbers as               NFL, and in 2011 he's entering a contract year. In the past two years, Jackson
he's averaged 65 catches, 829 receiving yards, 121 rushing yards and six            has 109 catches for 2,212 and 15 touchdowns. He is the No. 1 target for
total touchdowns over two seasons. The Vikings are creative with how                Michael Vick, and he routinely gets single coverage because all the other
they use Harvin and he's a threat every time he's on the field -- so long as        weapons in Philadelphia warrant defensive coverage. Jackson also is a threat
a migraine isn't sidelining him. Harvin says the headaches are in the past,         running the ball with more than 100 yards and a touchdown in each of the past
and so is playing with Sidney Rice, who left Minnesota for Seattle in late          two years. And on special teams, Jackson also gets the job done on punt
                                                                                    returns (just ask the Giants). Though injury concerns will follow the smallish
July. But Donovan McNabb joined the Vikings this summer, giving Harvin
                                                                                    receiver year after year, he should be drafted as a No. 1 Fantasy WR with a
an upgrade at quarterback. The bottom line is that Harvin is a fantastic            pick as early as Round 3. Hopefully the motivation of a new contract will help
receiver who should be trusted in Fantasy play. He did fine last season             him play even better this season.
with a beat-up Brett Favre as his quarterback without Rice on the field for
much of the year, so he could improve and crack 1,000 yards. Draft Harvin                          ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
as a No. 2 wideout with a pick in Round 5 in PPR leagues and Round 6 in             Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
standard formats. If return yardage counts in your league, then Harvin              2011 (proj)       55        1,045         7                1                162
actually moves up a round because of his potential is as a kickoff returner.        2010              47        1,056         6                1                155
                                                                                    2009              63        1,167         9                1                187
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2011 (proj)      80         966          6               1                144       Vincent Jackson, SD                                                       Bye: 6
2010             71         868          5               1                132       After last year's contract fiasco and suspension to start the season, Vincent
2009             60         790          6               0                128       Jackson is back on track heading into the year and he knows he will be playing
                                                                                    for the Chargers. San Diego named Jackson as its franchise player, so for one
                                                                                    season he will get paid what he feels he deserves. It also means he will remain
Devin Hester, CHI                                                       Bye: 8      in a contract year, which hopefully will lead to positive results as he attempts to
All sorts of expectations were in store for Devin Hester in Mike Martz's wild       play big for a bigger cash reward next offseason. Jackson appeared in just five
offense in 2010, but he didn't end up producing. Hester caught a career-high        games in 2010 and finished with 14 catches for 248 yards and three
four touchdowns but saw his reception and receiving totals sink to ugly levels.     touchdowns, scoring three times in Week 15 against San Francisco. He should
But the Bears ignored his poor campaign and instead gave him the starting job       return to being a standout Fantasy receiver capable of putting up the 127
in early August -- he'll line up at flanker. Hester claims he can concentrate on    catches for 2,265 yards and 16 touchdowns he had in 2008-09. We consider
reading defenses now and won't spend time thinking about where to go on the         Jackson a solid No. 2 Fantasy receiver with the chance to be a No. 1 option in
field. If he keeps that promise and the Bears keep him on the field, he'll have a   this offense. Plan on selecting Jackson as early as Round 3 on Draft Day.
shot at putting up some nice numbers. Based on that and his excellent speed,
we'd spend a late-round pick on Hester (a middle- to late-round pick in leagues                    ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
where special-teams yardage counts).                                                Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)       67        1,169         8                0                165
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     2010              14         248          3                0                43
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     2009              68        1,167         9                0                171
2011 (proj)      44         581          4               1                84
2010             40         475          4               0                74
2009             57         757          3               1                91        Michael Jenkins, MIN                                                      Bye: 9
                                                                                    Michael Jenkins was signed by the Vikings in late July after being released by
                                                                                    the Falcons. Jenkins broke his string of 50-catch seasons last year, grabbing
Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK                                                Bye: 8      41 thanks to missing five games with a shoulder injury at the start of the
Darrius Heyward-Bey is hoping his third season in the NFL leads to a breakout       season, leaving him with 505 yards and two scores, and that's about what you
campaign because his first two years have been miserable. Coming into this          can expect from him. Jenkins is a decent possession receiver who can put up
year, Heyward-Bey has 35 catches for 490 yards and two touchdowns for his           50 catches a year but that's about it. We wouldn't consider him on Draft Day
career, and he's been passed on the depth chart by Louis Murphy and Jacoby          but might grab him off waivers as a one-week replacement in deeper PPR
Ford. Is there potential here? Sure, but because he's done little since entering    leagues during the year.
the league. Fantasy owners should conservatively pass on him outside of the
deepest of leagues. If Heyward-Bey shows some life, then owners could snag                         ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
him off waivers.                                                                    Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)       41         509          2                0                63
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     2010              41         505          2                0                62
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     2009              50         635          1                0                69
2011 (proj)      30         433          2               0                57
2010             26         366          1               1                44
2009              9         124          1               0                19        Greg Jennings, GB                                                         Bye: 8
                                                                                    Greg Jennings is aiming for his fourth straight season with over 1,100 receiving
                                                                                    yards and his fourth out of five seasons with at least nine touchdowns. After
Santonio Holmes, NYJ                                                    Bye: 8      scoring 12 times last year (plus twice more in Super Bowl XLV), Jennings has
Santonio Holmes re-signed with the Jets in late July, keeping his chemistry         lofty expectations as the go-to receiver in the Green Bay offense. But because
with QB Mark Sanchez intact. Last year over 15 games (including the playoffs)       his yardage has been reliable and his touchdown production has been almost
he totaled nine touchdowns and over 850 yards. He's been a consistent               as reliable (he scored four in 2009), he's entered the rarified air of wide
receiver as far as being a strong threat, though he's only owned one 1,000-         receivers in Fantasy Football. With a decent schedule to boot, consider
yard season in five years. We still consider Holmes a low-end No. 2 Fantasy         Jennings a Top 5 Fantasy option and expect him to get snagged off draft
wide receiver. He's worth drafting around Round 5 or 6 in all leagues.              boards between Round 2 or 3 in all leagues. Once the likes of Andre Johnson,
                                                                                    Calvin Johnson and Roddy White are picked, Jennings will be next group of
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     receivers to come off the board.
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2011 (proj)      68        1,060         7               1                148                      ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
2010             52         746          6               2                107       Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2009             79        1,248         5               0                152       2011 (proj)       81        1,336         8                0                182
                                                                                    2010              76        1,265        12                0                198
                                                                                    2009              69        1,120         4                0                140

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Jerrel Jernigan, NYG                                                     Bye: 7      Jacoby Jones, HOU                                                       Bye: 11
The Giants drafted rookie WR Jerrel Jernigan in the third round of the NFL           For the second year in a row, Jacoby Jones took a step forward in his
Draft out of Troy. Jernigan had 84 catches last season and 262 in his career.        productivity by posting career-highs in catches (51) and yards (562). But he
He has the athletic ability to run the Wildcat, and his quickness makes him a        posted a three-year low in receiving average (11.0 yards per catch) and had
threat on both kickoff and punt returns, which the Giants need after finishing       three touchdowns (one every 17 catches) a year after posting six (and one
31st in both categories last season. Coach Tom Coughlin likes what he sees           every 4.5 catches). Jones signed a three-year deal to stay put in Houston, so
from Jernigan, citing his versatility as one of his best characteristics while not   his stats have the chance to slightly improve. Still, the reality is that you're
being concerned that he didn't make a lot of big plays in Troy's passing game        looking at a boom-or-bust receiver worthy of a late-round pick in drafts this
over the last few years. We suspect Jernigan will work primarily on special          summer.
teams in his first full season and chances are he'll have a hard time cracking
the Giants' starting lineup given their quality young receivers. In leagues that                   ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
reward special-teams play he's worth a late-round flier since he might give that     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
unit a spark there. He's also a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a      2011 (proj)      58         704          4               0                 94
mid-round pick in rookie-only drafts.                                                2010             51         562          3               0                 76
                                                                                     2009             27         437          6               0                 81
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)      23         334          2                1                46        James Jones, GB                                                          Bye: 8
                                                                                     James Jones had a shot to serve as a No. 2 WR for a team in 2011 after
                                                                                     breaking out a bit in 2010, but he decided to stay in Green Bay. Jones eclipsed
Andre Johnson, HOU                                                     Bye: 11       his single-season yardage high by 3 yards (679) and tied his touchdown total
Because he missed three games in 2010 with an ankle sprain, Andre Johnson            from a year earlier (five), but it's how he finished 2010 that's making Fantasy
didn't come close to the receptions and yardage numbers he amassed over his          owners show interest in him. His last 12 games, including the postseason, saw
last two seasons. But if you average the 45 games he's played in the last three      him grab 46 balls for 646 yards (14.0 avg.) and six touchdowns. Because
years, the big guy is putting up 6.71 receptions per game, 97 yards per game         Jones is not a proven receiver and he will again compete for targets with
and one touchdown every two games. Johnson can do it all as a receiver and           several solid weapons, we don't want to slot him as anything more than a low-
has been catching passes from Matt Schaub exclusively for two seasons now            end No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a middle- to late-round pick.
while dealing with coverage shifted his way. With a fairly good schedule
coming his way in 2011, expectations remain high for Johnson. You're not                           ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
making a mistake taking him with a late first-round pick or early second-round       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
pick this summer. He's the kind of Fantasy stud you can put in your lineup and       2011 (proj)      49         657          6               0                 102
never take out.                                                                      2010             50         679          5               1                 95
                                                                                     2009             32         440          5               0                 74
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)      103       1,480        10                0                208       Julio Jones, ATL                                                         Bye: 8
2010             86        1,216         8                0                170       Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff invested much of his 2011 and 2012 drafts in a
2009             101       1,569         9                0                213       bold trade that brought Alabama receiver Julio Jones to Atlanta. Now it remains
                                                                                     to be seen if it will pay off. The Falcons will pair the physical, 6-foot-4 Jones
                                                                                     with their Pro Bowl receiver Roddy White much like the Colts did with Reggie
Calvin Johnson, DET                                                      Bye: 9      Wayne and Marvin Harrison in the early 2000s and Dez Bryant and Miles
There's very little to suggest that it would be a mistake to draft Calvin Johnson    Austin in 2010. Jones led Alabama with 78 catches for 1,133 yards and seven
in 2011. He's the No. 1 receiver in a Lions offense that has helped him produce      touchdowns as a junior and 179 receptions for 2,653 yards and 15 touchdowns
big stats regardless of who is quarterbacking. In his last 31 games, Johnson         in three seasons (40 starts). We suspect he'll start opposite White and see a lot
has scored and/or had 100 yards in 15 of them (10 of 16 in 2010), a huge             of single coverage. Based on how he played in school, we think he's the most
percentage compared to his peers. He also has averaged 15.5 yards per catch          NFL-ready receiver in this draft and could have a seamless transition into the
over his career and 4.5 catches per game. A favorable schedule only helps            league. That said, the Falcons already have good targets in White and Tony
him. Johnson is worth drafting as early as 13th overall, more than likely right      Gonzalez, so expecting a huge first year from Jones is probably a reach. But
after Andre Johnson gets picked.                                                     that doesn't mean he won't give Fantasy owners some good weeks. Jones is
                                                                                     worth a late-round pick in seasonal leagues, a middle-round pick in
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     dynasty/keeper leagues and a Top-5 pick in rookie-only drafts.
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)      81        1,265        11                0                195                     ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
2010             77        1,120        12                0                189       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
2009             67         984          5                2                131       2011 (proj)      55         776          6               2                 111


Steve Johnson, BUF                                                       Bye: 7      Johnny Knox, CHI                                                         Bye: 8
We talk all the time about third-year breakout wide receivers. Steve Johnson         Quietly, Johnny Knox put together a sensational second season and was really
proved to be the poster boy for the cause in 2010. He did nothing in his first       the only receiver who saw his stat totals pop in Mike Martz's offense in 2010.
two years with 12 catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns prior to 2010, but        Knox caught 51 passes for an incredible 18.8 yards per catch with five
then he became a star. In '10, his third year, Johnson had 82 catches for 1,073      touchdowns, with two of his touchdowns coming from 40-plus yards out. The
yards and 10 touchdowns. He had 142 targets and became the No. 1 wide                big-play threat is entering his third season and was believed to be on his way
receiver for the Bills. He had six games with double digits in Fantasy points and    to a breakout season when the Bears announced in early August that Devin
eight games with at least nine points. Johnson developed an instant connection       Hester, not Knox, would land a starting role. Knox could still start opposite
with Ryan Fitzpatrick and the two should continue to excel this year. Johnson        Hester, but he'll have to overcome Roy Williams and some early-August back
had some well-documented problems with drops, and there is a chance for him          woes to do it. Consider Knox a good option to fill in as a Fantasy reserve worth
being a one-year wonder, but if you draft him as a No. 3 option with a mid-          a late-round pick in drafts until he earns a starting role.
round pick, then that's good value. It also helps that Johnson is entering a
contract year.                                                                                     ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     2011 (proj)      43         632          5               2                 89
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     2010             51         960          5               1                 124
2011 (proj)      75         987          7                0                141       2009             45         527          5               2                 78
2010             82        1,073        10                1                165
2009              2          10          0                0                 1

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Brandon LaFell, CAR                                                       Bye: 9      Mario Manningham, NYG                                                     Bye: 7
Brandon LaFell had typical first-year receiver numbers (28 catches, 468 yards,        Mario Manningham had a career year in his third year in the NFL in 2010, and
one score), but it was his play toward the end of the season that gives us some       he's hoping to build off that performance this season in what should be a
optimism for 2011. LaFell had 16 grabs for 167 yards in his last five games,          contract year. Manningham has the chance for a good season with Steve
and that includes a catchless effort at Pittsburgh. Fine, those stats won't dazzle    Smith now in Philadelphia, making him the clear-cut No. 2 WR behind Hakeem
you, but if he grabs three or four passes a week he'll be a candidate to at least     Nicks. Last season, Manningham had 60 catches for 944 yards and nine
serve as a one-week replacement when your primary wideout is on bye. He               touchdowns, and he has 14 touchdowns in his past two years. He closed the
even has more upside than that -- really, he's a well-built receiver that might       season on a high note with 16 catches for 346 yards and four touchdowns in
take another year before breaking out, so just keep an eye on him this season.        his final three games, and he's capable of big stats as a go-to target for Eli
                                                                                      Manning. Manningham will likely open the season starting opposite Nicks, and
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     with that being the case we consider him a No. 3 Fantasy WR with upside to
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     play like a No. 2 option. He's worth drafting with a mid-round pick in all leagues.
2011 (proj)       32         510          2                0                63
2010              38         468          1                0                58                       ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                      Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
                                                                                      2011 (proj)       75        1,045         6                1                138
Greg Little, CLE                                                          Bye: 5      2010              60         944          9                1                146
The Browns got a target for quarterback Colt McCoy in the third round of the          2009              57         822          5                1                110
NFL Draft, selecting North Carolina wide receiver Greg Little, who missed last
season while serving an NCAA suspension for accepting improper benefits.
Little had 62 catches for 724 yards and five scores as a junior. A 6-foot-2, 230-     Brandon Marshall, MIA                                                     Bye: 5
pounder, Little said he caught 100 passes a day to stay sharp during his              Brandon Marshall is hoping his second year with the Dolphins is better than his
suspension and should fit in with the Browns' West Coast offense after playing        first. In 2010, his first season in Miami, Marshall had his worst season since his
in it with the Tar Heels. Little is a pure athlete who really does fit in with what   rookie year in 2006. He had 86 catches for 1,014 yards and three touchdowns
the Browns are doing, and that will only help his Fantasy outlook. His route          on 147 targets. He was not among the top 30 Fantasy wide receivers in a
running and blocking need improvement, but there's a chance that he can help          standard league. Marshall had four games with double digits in Fantasy points
the Browns out as a rookie and develop into a good target down the line. We           and six games with five points or less. That's ugly, but with a year in Miami
would take Little late in dynasty/keeper leagues and with an early- to middle-        under his belt and a new offensive coordinator, Marshall should play better in
round pick in rookie-only drafts.                                                     2011. That means he is still worth drafting as a No. 2 Fantasy wide receiver,
                                                                                      beginning as early as Round 4. His value will be determined by what Miami
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     does at quarterback with Chad Henne not a lock to return as the starter. If the
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     Dolphins upgrade at quarterback, then Marshall's value will rise, but we still
2011 (proj)       35         472          4                1                69        expect him to play better than he did last season. Keep in mind he had three
                                                                                      years in a row with at least 101 catches, 1,120 yards and six touchdowns prior
                                                                                      to coming to Miami.
Brandon Lloyd, DEN                                                        Bye: 6
Brandon Lloyd had an amazing season in 2010 when he was the No. 1                                    ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
receiver in standard Fantasy leagues with 77 catches for 1,448 yards and 11           Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
touchdowns on 153 targets. He had 203 Fantasy points in standard formats              2011 (proj)       102       1,225         8                1                170
and now we'll find out what he can do for an encore in a contract year. With          2010              86        1,014         3                1                117
Lloyd, there's good and bad. The good: He's the no-doubt No. 1 wideout for            2009              101       1,120        10                0                175
Denver, he plays in a weak division and should be motivated for a new deal.
The bad: He's never produced like this before in eight seasons and is known
as an underachiever, his offense will be more run-based with John Fox calling         Derrick Mason, NYJ                                                        Bye: 8
the shots compared to Josh McDaniels, and there's no firm commitment to a             Derrick Mason was released by the Ravens in late July and signed a one-year
quarterback by the Broncos. The safe option is to consider Lloyd a No. 2              deal with the Jets in early August. Mason is coming off of two minor surgeries
Fantasy wide receiver with a pick as early as Round 3 or 4. He has the chance         this spring (hernia, broken pinkie) but still proved last year that he could be
for another quality season, but he could also turn into a bust, which is why          productive (61 rec., 802 yards, seven TDs). He will likely be the No. 3 option for
some owners won't touch him until Round 5 or 6. If you don't overvalue Lloyd          Mark Sanchez with the Jets and that hurts his Fantasy value heading into the
and let him fall to you in the right spot on Draft Day, then you could end up with    regular season. Despite that he does have some good talent, Fantasy owners
a solid pick -- or someone that won't hurt your team because you took him too         shouldn't spend anything more than a late-round pick on him.
soon.
                                                                                                     ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     2011 (proj)       51         605          5                0                91
2011 (proj)       74        1,003         7                0                142       2010              61         802          7                0                122
2010              77        1,448        11                0                210       2009              73        1,028         7                0                144
2009               8         117          0                0                11


Jeremy Maclin, PHI                                                        Bye: 7
Jeremy Maclin might find it hard to become a third-year breakout in 2011 after
a standout season in 2010. Last year, Maclin had 70 catches for 964 yards and
a team-leading 10 touchdowns, popping his career totals to 126 catches for
1,737 yards and 14 touchdowns. Even though he will have some bum weeks
with DeSean Jackson stealing stats from him, we like Maclin as a No. 2
Fantasy WR worth drafting around Round 5 or 6. He has the potential to reach
80 catches, 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns again with Michael Vick throwing
him passes, especially since he's entering his third year and will never see
double coverage.

               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)       81        1,119         8                0                161
2010              70         964         10                1                157
2009                                                                           55 762         4          0           100

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Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE                                                     Bye: 5      Lance Moore, NO                                                         Bye: 11
The 2011 season will be Mohamed Massaquoi's third in Cleveland, and the                Lance Moore is staying with the Saints in 2011 after signing a contract
Browns hope he follows in the footsteps of so many other wideouts who broke            extension prior to training camp. He's got a shot to be productive -- with Reggie
out in their third seasons. He won't have to do much to top his 2010 stats,            Bush out of New Orleans, Moore will compete for playing time in that role with
which were off from his rookie numbers: 483 yards on 36 catches with two               Darren Sproles and could serve as a starter depending on how oft-injured
touchdowns. The Browns are moving to a West Coast offense which will ask               receivers Marques Colston and Robert Meachem hold up. It's clear Drew Brees
for the receivers to make plays after the catch and Massaquoi is more of a             has confidence in Moore and it's not far fetched to think that Sean Payton will
deep-threat type who hasn't come close to his potential. We're not excited             find ways to use him. We think Moore is worth considering as a low-end No. 3
about Massaquoi this season, but if you're looking for a third-year receiver with      Fantasy WR worth a middle- to late-round pick. There's upside here.
a pretty good schedule, he'd fit the bill. He's worth a late-round pick in drafts as
a reserve Fantasy receiver with upside, but that's about it.                                         ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      2011 (proj)      59         703          6               0                 106
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      2010             66         763          8               1                 122
2011 (proj)       36         520          3                0                70         2009             14         153          2               0                 27
2010              36         483          2                1                65
2009              34         624          3                1                78
                                                                                       Josh Morgan, SF                                                          Bye: 7
                                                                                       Josh Morgan is expected to return as the No. 2 WR for the 49ers this year
Dexter McCluster, KC                                                       Bye: 6      opposite Michael Crabtree, and he's entering a potential contract season.
Dexter McCluster and Fantasy owners are hoping that a lackluster rookie                Morgan has played well the past two seasons with 96 catches for 1,225 yards
season in 2010 can lead to a windfall of success in his sophomore campaign.            and five touchdowns. He is a good complementary WR for the 49ers, but he
McCluster was disappointing as a rookie with fewer than 300 total yards and            doesn't help Fantasy owners much based on his lack of scoring. Morgan is
one touchdown. He had just 18 carries and 21 receptions as the Chiefs                  worth drafting in deep PPR leagues, but he shouldn't be drafted in most
showed little faith in their speedy wide receiver. The chance is there for             standard formats. And if he starts out the year playing well, especially if the
McCluster to succeed this year since Kansas City needs help at wide receiver,          49ers upgrade at QB, then plan on adding Morgan off the waiver wire.
and McCluster could also see more time at running back. McCluster is best
suited to be a slot receiver or third-down back, but he has plenty of upside in                      ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
any role. We still recommend taking a flier on McCluster in deeper leagues             Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
since he could end up playing much better in his second year than he did as a          2011 (proj)      34         434          3               0                 64
rookie. And if he starts out the season playing well then owners in all leagues        2010             44         698          2               1                 80
should add him off the waiver wire.                                                    2009             52         527          3               0                 76

               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      Randy Moss, UFA                                                     Bye: TBA
2011 (proj)       18         196          1                1                50         Randy Moss started 2010 as one of the top Fantasy options and ended the
2010              21         209          1                1                31         year on waivers in most leagues. A tumultuous year that saw him get traded
                                                                                       from New England to Minnesota and then fall out of favor with the Vikings
                                                                                       coaches and end up claimed off waivers by Tennessee was shocking given
Robert Meachem, NO                                                       Bye: 11       Moss' career track record. With his Fantasy appeal as low as it had been at
Robert Meachem had ankle surgery to fix a problem that was bugging him                 any point throughout his NFL career, Moss decided to call it a career just as
while he played in 2010. He should be fine, but it's clear that the young              training camps were getting under way. One of the greatest WRs in the history
speedster does have some issues staying healthy. With three significant                of Fantasy football, Moss will not be an option in Fantasy drafts this season.
injuries since entering the league, there's no promise he'll be in good shape for
much or all of the season. Moreover, he's got all sorts of potential playing in the                  ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Saints' offense, but save for a long touchdown streak in 2009, he's never been         Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
overly consistent. He has had his moments, and four of his five touchdowns in          2011 (proj)       0          0           0               0                  0
2010 came on big plays, but until his playing time and production become               2010             28         393          5               0                 69
steady, Fantasy owners shouldn't consider him a great player. True, he is              2009             83        1,264        13               1                 204
entering a contract year and might put it all together so he can land a big pay
day next offseason. And playing with the high-powered Saints offense will
afford him some big games. But the safest plan is to consider him nothing more         Santana Moss, WAS                                                        Bye: 5
than a high-end Fantasy reserve wideout worth a middle- to late-round pick in          Santana Moss chose to re-sign with the Redskins after having his contract
drafts this summer.                                                                    voided after last season. Moss is coming off an excellent season in 2010 with a
                                                                                       career-high 93 catches for 1,115 yards and six touchdowns. It's the second
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      time in the past three years that he's reached 1,000 receiving yards, and he
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      has at least 70 catches in each of the past three seasons. At 31 years old,
2011 (proj)       51         736          6                1                110        Moss will likely play more like a No. 3 Fantasy option. We recommend drafting
2010              44         638          5                0                94         him with a mid-round pick; his return to the Redskins means you can expect a
2009              45         722          9                1                132        similar season like his stats in 2010 since Washington has a lack of talent at
                                                                                       the WR spot.

                                                                                                     ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      77         965          5               1                 125
                                                                                       2010             93        1,115         6               2                 143
                                                                                       2009             70         902          3               1                 106




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Louis Murphy, OAK                                                      Bye: 8      Ben Obomanu, SEA                                                          Bye: 6
Louis Murphy is entering his third year in the NFL and he's hoping that leads to   Ben Obomanu will return with to Seahawks this season, and he's a candidate
a breakout performance. Murphy had a solid year as a rookie in 2009 (34            to start opposite Mike Williams. In 2010, Obomanu had 30 catches for 494
catches for 521 yards and four touchdowns) but only saw a minimal increase in      yards and tied Deon Butler for the team lead in receiving touchdowns with four.
2010 (41 catches for 609 yards and two touchdowns). If he can improve in his       Obomanu has the potential to be a significant contributor for the Seahawks, but
third year, which is historically the season when wide receivers have a            we need to see him prove it on a consistent basis. He is worth drafting with a
significant breakthrough, then Fantasy owners will want to grab him before that    late-round pick in deeper leagues, but owners in standard formats should only
happens. Despite a strange offseason incident involving Murphy, we                 monitor Obomanu's progress early in the year to see if he's worth adding off
recommend drafting him with a late-round pick in deeper leagues and all PPR        the waiver wire. He could end up as a bye-week or injury replacement during
formats. Even with Zach Miller and Darren McFadden and the emergence of            the season given the matchups.
Jacoby Ford, Murphy is still a significant contributor on offense (he had 78
targets last year).                                                                               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                   Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     2011 (proj)       21         307          1                0                38
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2010              30         494          4                0                78
2011 (proj)      50         680          4               0               94        2009               4          41          0                1                 2
2010             41         609          2               1               74
2009             34         521          4               0               79
                                                                                   Chad Ochocinco, NE                                                        Bye: 7
                                                                                   Chad Ochocinco was traded to New England prior to training camp, and he will
David Nelson, BUF                                                      Bye: 7      finally get his wish to play for coach Bill Belichick. Ochocinco gets a significant
David Nelson heads into his sophomore season with the Bills looking to build       boost with this move since he goes from potentially catching passes from a
off a productive rookie campaign. In 2010, Nelson appeared in 15 games             rookie QB in Andy Dalton to playing with Tom Brady. We like this move for
(three starts), finishing with 31 catches for 353 yards and three touchdowns.      Ochocinco, and he should be considered a No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a mid-
He had a three-game scoring stretch late in the season, and he played well         round pick. Look for Ochocinco to work in plenty of three-WR sets with Wes
following injuries to Roscoe Parrish and Lee Evans. Nelson will likely be the      Welker and Deion Branch.
No. 3 receiver for Buffalo this season, but he's only worth a late-round pick in
the deepest of leagues.                                                                           ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                   Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     2011 (proj)       58         777          6                0                114
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2010              67         831          4                0                107
2011 (proj)      24         301          2               0               42        2009              72        1,047         9                2                157
2010             31         353          3               0               53

                                                                                   Terrell Owens, UFA                                                   Bye: TBA
Jordy Nelson, GB                                                       Bye: 8      Leave it to Terrell Owens to surprise us in 2010, and cast some intrigue on his
It wasn't until Week 16 of the regular season when we saw Jordy Nelson show        value for 2011. Owens caught nine touchdowns in 14 games with the Bengals,
some serious signs of life. In a rout of the Giants, Nelson caught four passes     adding 72 grabs for 983 yards, shredding expectations after a terrible year in
for 124 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown haul, and from there he played       Buffalo in '09. But his season ended with a torn meniscus (he tried playing
big into the postseason until he suffered a bursa sac injury during Super Bowl     through it) and had surgery in late December. He then had surgery for a torn
XLV. Assuming Nelson's speed isn't compromised from the injury, he'll have a       ACL in April and as a result will likely miss part or all of the 2011 season. He's
good shot at regular playing time with the Packers in 2011, and he'll be           without a team and a role, so with that being the case Fantasy owners
motivated to play well given that he's entering a contract year. Consider him a    shouldn't add him to rosters. If he proves he's healthy and comes back to help
sleeper worth a late-round pick.                                                   a team later in the year, then you should be able to find him on waivers.

              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy                    ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)      41         596          4               0               86        2011 (proj)       24         335          3                0                52
2010             45         582          2               3               64        2010              72         983          9                0                152
2009             22         320          2               1               42        2009              55         829          5                0                123


Hakeem Nicks, NYG                                                      Bye: 7      Roscoe Parrish, BUF                                                       Bye: 7
Hakeem Nicks enters his third season looking to prove that he's a superstar        Roscoe Parrish is looking to build off what was looking like a breakout year in
talent. He played that way last year when he had 79 catches for 1,052 yards        2010 before he was sidelined with an injured wrist. Parrish started the first six
and 11 touchdowns. Knee and toe injuries cost him three games, but he              games in 2010, finishing with 33 catches for a career-high 400 yards and two
proved to be a dynamic go-to target for Eli Manning, and that should continue      touchdowns. He added three carries for 23 yards. He only played in eight
this year. Keeping in mind that he has 17 touchdowns through two seasons           games before going on injured reserve and needing wrist surgery. Parrish will
already, Nicks should be considered a No. 1 Fantasy WR coming into the year        compete for the No. 3 wide receiver job with David Nelson behind Steve
-- we can see him improving on last year's stats, especially with Steve Smith      Johnson and Lee Evans, but the slot is where he's likely to end up. He still has
(knee) either out to start the season or not coming back as a free agent. Either   minimal Fantasy value until he can put together a full season of quality
way, Manning will continue to target Nicks, making him worthy of a third-round     performances. It does help that he's entering a contract year, but Parrish is still
pick in all leagues.                                                               not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. If he catches fire, expect him to be
                                                                                   available off waivers.
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points                    ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
2011 (proj)      85        1,187         9               0               173       Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2010             79        1,052        11               0               171       2011 (proj)       38         464          3                1                65
2009             47         790          6               0               115       2010              33         400          2                0                54
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Austin Pettis, STL                                                       Bye: 5      Chaz Schilens, OAK                                                      Bye: 8
With a third-round pick the Rams added size to their receiving corps with Boise      Every year we keep expecting Chaz Schilens to have a breakout season
State WR Austin Pettis. Standing at 6-foot-3 and 209 pounds, Pettis finished         because he teases us with a quality performance at the end of the year. And
college as the Broncos' all-time leading receiver. He scored 39 touchdowns           then every year he gets hurt, having played in just 13 games the past two
and caught 229 balls for 2,838 yards. The Rams have a plethora of                    seasons. Maybe this is the year Schilens stays healthy and plays well in a full
meandering talent at receiver, so Pettis has a shot to work his way into a           season – he's also in a contract year. But if he does start out the season
prominent role. He shouldn't get drafted in seasonal leagues at this point, but      playing well then just add him off the waiver wire. At best, Schilens will open
he's worth a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid-round pick in       the season as the No. 4 WR behind Louis Murphy, Jacoby Ford and even
rookie-only drafts.                                                                  Darrius Heyward-Bey. Don't draft him.

              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy                   ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2011 (proj)      18         255          1                0                32        2011 (proj)      16         210          2               0                33
                                                                                     2010              5          40          1               0                10
                                                                                     2009             29         365          2               0                48
Sidney Rice, SEA                                                         Bye: 6
Sidney Rice finds himself in Seattle, cashing in for nearly $20 million
guaranteed after signing a five-year deal in late July. Rice came back from          Jordan Shipley, CIN                                                     Bye: 7
August hip surgery to play in six games with Minnesota last year but only one        Jordan Shipley could see more playing time in the Bengals' offense depending
game (vs. Buffalo) showed his big-play ability (five passes for 105 yards).          on how they opt to recast their offense during the offseason. Terrell Owens isn't
Against five other opponents he caught 12 passes for 175 yards and no                expected to return to the Bengals in 2011 and Chad Ochocinco could be on the
touchdowns. Rice will reunite with former QB Tarvaris Jackson and offensive          chopping block as well. Anything that gives Shipley more targets is good – he
coordinator Darrell Bevell in Seattle, but questions about his quarterback           exceeded expectations in his rookie year with 52 catches (tied for third-best
(Jackson isn't anything special) and his motivation (he finally got the big          among all rookies) for an even 600 yards with three touchdowns. If given the
contract he'd been looking for) keep him from remaining among the solid No. 2        reps, he could top that this season and be a serviceable Fantasy reserve for
Fantasy WRs. We see him as a high-end No. 3 option worth a pick starting in          owners. For now he's worth a late pick in PPR drafts, but there is some hope
Round 6 or 7. It's a mistake if he's drafted before then.                            for the future in all leagues based on what the Bengals do with their receiving
                                                                                     corps.
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points                   ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
2011 (proj)      70         940          6                1                128       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2010             17         280          2                0                40        2011 (proj)      58         633          3               0                81
2009             83        1,312         8                1                177       2010             52         600          3               0                78


Brian Robiskie, CLE                                                      Bye: 5      Jerome Simpson, CIN                                                     Bye: 7
Maybe the third year is the charm for Brian Robiskie, who has improved in            Two big games to end the 2010 season put Jerome Simpson on the Fantasy
each of his two seasons thus far, though that's not saying much. Robiskie            radar screen. Before catching 18 passes for 247 yards and three touchdowns
finished with 310 yards on 29 catches with three touchdowns in 2010, though it       against the Chargers and Ravens in Weeks 16 and 17, Simpson was
should be noted that all three of the scores and nine catches for 152 yards          considered a colossal bust. The former second-round pick had three career
came in his final three games (one score per game). That creates some                catches before then and was seemingly buried on the Bengals' depth chart.
optimism, as does the Browns' intent to implement the West Coast offense in          Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco aren't back in town, but the selection of
2011. Robiskie's size and hands could be an asset for the offense, and as such       A.J. Green in April's draft means Simpson isn't going to be the only big-play
there's some sleeper potential for the third-year receiver. He's worth a late-       receiver in town. Simpson has the size and athleticism to be a staple in the
round pick in drafts as a reserve Fantasy receiver with upside.                      Bengals' offense, but the track record is anything but comforting. Consider him
                                                                                     more of a high-end Fantasy reserve receiver until first-hand reports indicate
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy     that he's going to stick in the starting lineup and play at a high level with the
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points     Bengals in 2011. He's middle- to late-round pick material.
2011 (proj)      51         660          4                0                90
2010             29         310          3                0                49                      ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
2009              7         106          0                0                10        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj)      57         775          5               0                108
                                                                                     2010             20         277          3               2                41
Emmanuel Sanders, PIT                                                  Bye: 11       2009              0          0           0               0                 0
Emmanuel Sanders didn't have a breakout rookie season like Mike Wallace
had last year, but there were signs that he can be a nice part of the offense in
the future. Sanders caught 28 passes over 13 games for 376 yards with a pair         Mike Sims-Walker, STL                                                   Bye: 5
of touchdowns during the regular season, adding seven grabs for 91 yards             The Jaguars didn't bring back Mike Sims-Walker for the 2011 campaign,
before leaving Super Bowl XLV with a broken foot. He'll spend the offseason          opening the door for the big-bodied wideout to land with a rising Rams squad.
rehabbing it and has a good shot to start 2011 active and helping the Steelers       Sims-Walker was a major disappointment in 2010, catching 43 passes over 14
offense out – if he's needed. Remember, with Hines Ward returning and Mike           games for just 562 yards, though he did match his touchdown total from a year
Wallace shining, there's only so many reps available for Sanders, who will           prior (seven) thanks to three December scores. The knock on Sims-Walker is
share the field with Antwaan Randle El and Antonio Brown. Sanders is worth a         that he can't beat press coverage and isn't as dedicated to the game as most
late pick in dynasty/keeper league drafts and that's about it. If he plays well in   receivers, but he will have a chance to make some noise in St. Louis. Fantasy
2011, expect to find him on the waiver wire.                                         owners should cautiously consider him a good reserve Fantasy wideout
                                                                                     considering he has the chance to be the team's top outside threat.
              ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points                   ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
2011 (proj)      41         515          3                0                70        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2010             28         376          2                1                47        2011 (proj)      47         616          5               1                90
                                                                                     2010             43         562          7               1                96
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Steve Smith, CAR                                                        Bye: 9      Demaryius Thomas, DEN                                                       Bye: 6
Steve Smith is staying with the Panthers in 2011, excited to play with rookie       Demaryius Thomas will likely be sidelined to open the season after he suffered
QB Cam Newton. We hope the two can develop a rapport and help return                a ruptured Achilles' tendon while working out in February. We suspect that he's
Smith to an elite WR. He's an expensive part of the offense for the next two        a candidate to start the season on the physically unable to perform list, which
years and hasn't been nearly as productive over his last two seasons as he          would cancel out at least his first six matchups. Depending on his recovery,
was previously. Part of that is due to awful quarterback play in Carolina as the    Thomas could either be worth a late-round pick on Draft Day or someone to
franchise has yet to find a capable passer since Jake Delhomme's sudden             snare off the waiver wire. Thomas has the potential to start for the Broncos and
downfall. Smith has also cost himself playing time because of injuries or bad       play a significant role thanks to his size and speed, but Fantasy owners need
behavior -- he hasn't played a full season since 2005, which happens to be the      to see him healthy first, and that seems to be a huge issue. He had an
last time he had over 100 catches, 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns in a               inconsistent rookie year, but if he can return at 100 percent, then his value
season. He still appears to have speed on his side, which is good, and he's a       could rise heading into the season.
tough, gritty player. Keep the risk factor on Smitty low and get him as a No. 3
WR at best. Draft him with a mid-round pick -- if someone picks him before                         ---------- Receiving ----------                              Fantasy
then, so be it, but don't be that someone.                                          Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                 Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)       28         421          2                1                  52
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     2010              22         283          2                2                  36
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2011 (proj)      60         855          6               0                124
2010             46         554          2               2                63        Mike Thomas, JAC                                                            Bye: 9
2009             65         982          7               0                144       Mike Thomas broke out in 2010 and he could be in position to be Jacksonville's
                                                                                    starring wide receiver in 2011. With Mike Sims-Walker expected to be shown
                                                                                    the door, Thomas is the team's most decorated wideout thanks to 114 catches
Steve Smith, PHI                                                        Bye: 7      for 1,273 yards and five touchdowns in his 30-game career. He's entering his
Steve Smith had two things working against him this offseason: a knee injury        third season and coming off a career-best campaign. If Jacksonville doesn't
and a lack of a contract. He was expected to return to the Giants this year, but    improve its receiving corps, Thomas could be in line for a huge year and a lot
he opted to sign a one-year deal with rival Philadelphia instead. Smith suffered    of receptions. Check him out late in standard Fantasy leagues and with a
torn cartilage in his knee in December and underwent microfracture surgery.         middle- to late-round pick in PPR formats.
He hopes to be ready for the regular season, but that's overly optimistic. We
expect to see Smith early in the year, barring a setback, and he will likely be                    ---------- Receiving ----------                              Fantasy
the No. 3 WR for the Eagles behind Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson and             Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                 Points
work in the slot. Given the circumstances, Smith should only be drafted with a      2011 (proj)       64         718          5                1                  111
mid-round pick as a risk/reward receiver. He's someone to stash on your roster      2010              66         820          4                3                  111
and wait for his return. When healthy, as we saw in 2009, Smith has 100-catch,      2009              48         453          1                1                  57
1,200-yard potential with a half-dozen touchdowns, and we hope he can get
back to that level soon.
                                                                                    Mike Wallace, PIT                                                          Bye: 11
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     Mike Wallace's 2010 on-field success was well-documented, and now the
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     pressure is on for him to meet or beat those stats in 2011. Wallace caught 60
2011 (proj)      30         350          2               0                47        passes for 1,257 yards -- an eye-popping 21.0 yards per catch average -- with
2010             48         529          3               0                70        10 touchdowns during the regular season, and he tacked on another 13 grabs
2009             107       1,220         7               0                164       for 115 yards and a touchdown over three postseason games. Not only did
                                                                                    Wallace improve in every category in 2010, but he enters 2011 as a third-year
                                                                                    receiver and in a contract year while the Steelers have a real favorable
Torrey Smith, BAL                                                       Bye: 5      schedule. There's a lot for Wallace to play for, and even though he's coming off
The Ravens took wide receiver Torrey Smith of the University of Maryland in         of a long postseason and could slip a little bit, there's a lot to be excited about.
the second round of the NFL draft. In 38 games at Maryland, Smith finished          Count him as a Top 10 Fantasy receiver likely to be snared between 20th and
third in school history with 152 catches and second in receiving yards with         30th overall in drafts.
2,215. Smith has good speed and explosiveness, so he will give the Ravens a
dynamic they never quite got last season. He should have a shot at beginning                       ---------- Receiving ----------                              Fantasy
the season as the Ravens' No. 3 receiver and kickoff returner. We like him late     Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                 Points
in deeper leagues and leagues that reward special-teams play, and we think          2011 (proj)       75        1,225         9                0                  180
he's worth a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a             2010              60        1,257        10                0                  188
second-round choice in rookie-only drafts.                                          2009              39         756          6                1                  113

              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     Kevin Walter, HOU                                                          Bye: 11
2011 (proj)      44         639          4               0                91        Kevin Walter remained a starting receiver with the Texans in 2010, catching 51
                                                                                    passes for 621 yards (12.2 avg.) and five touchdowns. He's snared at least 50
                                                                                    passes in each of his last four seasons, which is a fair expectation for him in
Donte’ Stallworth, WAS                                                  Bye: 5      2011, but with Andre Johnson and Owen Daniels the primary targets for
Veteran receiver Donte' Stallworth is headed to the Redskins in 2011 after he       Texans QB Matt Schaub as well as Jacoby Jones streaking downfield, there's
signed with Washington prior to training camp. Stallworth last played with the      little upside for Walter. Treat him like a quality reserve WR in deeper leagues
Ravens in 2010 after missing all of 2009 due to a serious off-field incident that   and PPR formats, making him worthy of a late-round pick in those drafts.
included jail time. But he caught just two passes in eight games thanks to an
injury -- one a 67-yard bomb and the other a 15-yard strike. Stallworth will                       ---------- Receiving ----------                              Fantasy
compete for playing time with the Redskins but has minimal Fantasy value.           Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                 Points
Keep him off of Fantasy rosters in 2011.                                            2011 (proj)       48         593          4                0                  83
                                                                                    2010              51         621          5                0                  92
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     2009              53         611          2                0                  75
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
2011 (proj)      26         325          1               0                39
2010              2          82          0               1                 9
2009              0           0          0               0                 0




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Hines Ward, PIT                                                      Bye: 11       Blair White, IND                                                        Bye: 11
For the first time in his career, it appeared that Father Time caught up with      Blair White was forced into action in 2010 because of injuries to Austin Collie
Hines Ward. The Steelers receiver posted his first 16-game, sub-70 catch, sub-     and Anthony Gonzalez and put up some surprising numbers considering he
900 yard season since 2000 and failed to get to that 900-yard mark even with       was an undrafted rookie. Over 13 games, he posted 355 yards on 36 catches
three postseason games (he totaled 71 grabs for 867 yards and seven                with five touchdowns. Only twice did he top 50 yards receiving, but there's no
touchdowns in 19 games). Mike Wallace has become the new go-to receiver in         denying the role he played as an outlet for Peyton Manning when the Colts
Pittsburgh, leaving Ward as a slower possession-type outlet for Ben                needed his help. White is expected to settle in on the depth chart behind the
Roethlisberger to target. Ward waved off retirement after Super Bowl XLV but       likes of Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon and Collie, and perhaps Gonzalez too,
didn't wave off doctors as he had surgery on his left knee and left thumb, both    but with Collie no lock to make it through a season because of concussion
of which might have hindered him in 2010. While the days of relying on Ward        issues, there's room for owners to speculate on White. Think of him as a low-
as a No. 2 receiver are gone, he could still fit the bill as a No. 3 wideout in    risk, late-round flier, especially if you draft Collie in the middle rounds.
deeper leagues and definitely as a quality reserve receiver in all leagues.
Fantasy owners shouldn't pass on Ward if he's still available in Rounds 9 or 10                  ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
this summer, but he's far from the legendary receiver we've known him as in        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
previous seasons.                                                                  2011 (proj)      37         424          5               0                 72
                                                                                   2010             36         355          5               0                 65
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points
2011 (proj)      61         715          6               0               108       Roddy White, ATL                                                         Bye: 8
2010             59         755          5               1               103       Roddy White finally took the big step into elite Fantasy receiver territory in
2009             95        1,167         6               1               150       2010, and should be drafted as such this summer. On a league-leading 179
                                                                                   targets (over 11 per game), White scored 10 touchdowns and caught 115
                                                                                   passes for 1,389 yards. He scored and/or had 100 receiving yards in 10 of 16
Nate Washington, TEN                                                   Bye: 6      games, including each of his first five games and each of his last three (four if
Nate Washington has found himself in a groove, getting around 40 catches and       you include the postseason). White is a safe candidate for good yardage and
600 to 650 yards and six touchdowns a season. That's nice for him but not for      touchdowns over the course of the season, though his Fantasy value is at an
Fantasy owners. We've figured Washington for a breakout campaign in the            all-time high. Don't let the addition of Julio Jones to the Falcons' receiving
past but he's never delivered. Treat Washington like a one-week replacement        corps scare you off here -- expect White to wind up going between 15th and
option worth a late pick in the deepest of drafts. Otherwise, fish for him off     25th overall in all leagues this summer.
waivers during the year.
                                                                                                 ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2011 (proj)      106       1,442        10               1                 202
2011 (proj)      41         537          4               0               78        2010             115       1,389        10               1                 200
2010             42         687          6               0               104       2009             85        1,153        11               0                 181
2009             47         569          6               0               93

                                                                                   Mike Williams, SEA                                                       Bye: 6
Reggie Wayne, IND                                                    Bye: 11       Fantasy owners will point toward Michael Vick and Peyton Hillis as the top
Like Peyton Manning is to Fantasy quarterbacks, Reggie Wayne is as safe as         veterans who came out of nowhere to be standout options in 2010, but Mike
they come among Fantasy receivers. Wayne posted his seventh straight 1,000-        Williams wasn't far behind. But now he'll be challenged to be as important to
yard season in 2010, with 1,355 yards on 111 catches (12.2 avg.), adding six       the Seahawks offense. A former draft bust in Detroit, Williams resurrected his
touchdowns. Although he finished the year with a rough patch for the second        career with the Seahawks and former college coach Pete Carroll in 2010 with
year in a row, and although the Colts have developed more receivers for            65 catches for 751 yards and two touchdowns on 110 targets. But the
Manning to spread the ball around to, Wayne is still expected to serve as a No.    Seahawks added Sidney Rice in late July, eliminating some targets from what
1 Fantasy receiver in 2010. He's worthy of a pick starting at the end of Round 2   was expected for Williams. Figure that he's safer in PPR formats that anything
in the majority of leagues.                                                        else, but that's really about it. He's a low-end No. 3 WR in those formats and a
                                                                                   reserve in standard play. Don't take him before the late rounds.
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points                   ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
2011 (proj)      102       1,352         7               0               177       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
2010             111       1,355         6               1               169       2011 (proj)      77         822          5               0                 112
2009             100       1,264        10               0               184       2010             65         751          2               0                 87
                                                                                   2009              0          0           0               0                  0

Wes Welker, NE                                                         Bye: 7
Wes Welker proved in 2010 that the knee injury he sustained at the end of the      Mike Williams, TB                                                        Bye: 8
2009 season wasn't a problem. He now enters 2011 in a potential contract           We heard the rumblings about Mike Williams tearing it up in Tampa Bay during
year, but Welker is the de facto No. 1 wide receiver for the Patriots with Randy   training camp last season. We knew he was a low-risk, high-potential rookie
Moss no longer on the roster. Welker didn't have a usual Welker-like season in     receiver with good size and athleticism. But no one saw an 11-touchdown
2010 with 86 catches for 848 yards and seven touchdowns. The catches and           campaign coming. Williams immediately became Bucs quarterback Josh
yards were his fewest since 2006 -- the year before he joined the Patriots. He     Freeman's top target and as a result led the team in receptions (65) and
did have 122 targets, which shows his involvement on offense, but Welker only      receiving yards (964). He also topped 10 Fantasy points in standard formats in
had five games with double digits in Fantasy points (he had two multi-             nine of 16 games. It wouldn't be a shocker to see him take the next step in his
touchdown games) and seven games with five points or less. He should show          game and produce more yardage, though it's going to be tough for him to land
more consistency this year, especially with the motivation of a new contract,      11 or more touchdowns. Draft him as a rock-solid No. 2 Fantasy wide receiver
and his knee will be even healthier. Consider Welker a solid No. 2 Fantasy         as there shouldn't be much room for a drop-off, even with opposing defenses
wide receiver worth drafting in Round 5 in the majority of leagues, with his       knowing that he's the top target.
value even higher in leagues where receptions count.
                                                                                                 ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL                Points
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2011 (proj)      77        1,143         9               1                 166
2011 (proj)      95        1,069         6               0               143       2010             65         964         11               2                 158
2010             86         848          7               0               127
2009             123       1,348         4               0               161


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Roy Williams, CHI                                                       Bye: 8      motivation, but he has to prove himself first and still produce with Miller now in
Roy Williams is headed to Chicago, where he'll reunite with offensive               his way. Don't plan on drafting Carlson in the majority of leagues.
coordinator Mike Martz and position coach Darryl Drake. Williams and Martz
previously worked together in Detroit, where Williams totaled 146 catches for                     ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
2,148 yards and 12 touchdowns over two seasons (including a career-high             Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
1,310 yards in 2006). Williams' familiarity with Martz's offense combined with      2011 (proj)      16         180          0                0                 18
the opportunity he'll have to start right away and catch passes from Jay Cutler     2010             31         318          1                0                 37
make him an appealing Fantasy option. Granted, he's simply not the same             2009             51         574          7                0                 99
receiver now that he was five years ago, but he's a great fit in Chicago and
could see more targets than he ever would have in Dallas. Also keep in mind         Brent Celek, PHI                                                          Bye: 7
that Williams might not have top-flight speed, but he can score touchdowns (12      Brent Celek went from Fantasy stud in 2009 to dud in 2010. Two years ago,
in his last two seasons). If you tone down expectations and view Williams as        Celek had 76 catches for 971 yards and eight touchdowns and established
more of a superb possession receiver and not a big-play threat, you can             himself as a No. 1 Fantasy TE. But then last year, Celek fell apart with just 41
consider him a decent Fantasy choice. We'd take him as a high-end reserve           catches for 511 yards and four touchdowns. He spent more time blocking last
with upside on Draft Day with a middle- to late-round pick.                         year than he did in 2009, and he also failed to develop a rapport with Michael
                                                                                    Vick (or perhaps Vick overlooked him while aiming for DeSean Jackson and
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy     Jeremy Maclin). Heading into this season, Celek should play better than he did
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     in 2010, but we still consider him a No. 2 Fantasy TE. He should only be
2011 (proj)      50         687          5               0                99        drafted with a late-round pick in standard leagues, and if he starts off the
2010             37         530          5               2                81        season playing well then just add him off the waiver wire.
2009             38         596          7               1                99
                                                                                                  ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
Titus Young, DET                                                        Bye: 9      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
The Detroit Lions drafted Boise State's Titus Young in the second round of the      2011 (proj)      51         653          5                0                 95
NFL draft to be a secondary option for quarterback Matthew Stafford. The 5-         2010             42         511          4                0                 75
foot-11, 174-pound Young caught 150 passes for 2,200-plus yards (he                 2009             76         971          8                0                 145
averaged over 15 yards per catch) and 19 touchdowns over his final two
collegiate seasons. He can also work as a kick returner. He's small and speedy      Dallas Clark, IND                                                        Bye: 11
and will almost always get single coverage out of the slot as the likes of Calvin   A freak wrist injury ended Dallas Clark's 2010 season early and now the
Johnson, Nate Burleson and Brandon Pettigrew will command attention.                veteran is out to recoup the stats he lost out on. Averaging a touchdown every
There's a chance he'll have some ridiculous catches in 2011, so we like his         two games and six catches per game before getting hurt, Clark was on pace to
potential to be a low-end sleeper and one-week replacement option off               finish as a top 5 Fantasy tight end, and that's exactly how owners should view
waivers. The deeper the league, and the more special-teams rewards that your        him heading into 2011 drafts. A huge component of the Colts offense, Clark
league offers offensive players, the more valuable Young will be. He's worth a      should be expected to fall off draft boards between Rounds 4 and 5, especially
middle- to late-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues and a second-round           once someone takes Antonio Gates (Clark should follow rather quickly).
pick in rookie-only drafts.                                                         Obviously, so long as he proves to be healthy in time for the start of the
                                                                                    season, owners can count on Clark to be a devastating Fantasy starter.
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points                   ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
2011 (proj)      31         446          4               0                80        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)      87         948         10                0                 155
                                                                                    2010             37         347          3                0                 52
                                                                                    2009             100       1,106        10                0                 171
Tight Ends
                                                                                    Jared Cook, TEN                                                           Bye: 6
Kevin Boss, OAK                                                         Bye: 8      We were excited to see Jared Cook get a chance to play regularly late last
Kevin Boss was a free agent this offseason, signing a four-year deal with the       season, and he didn't disappoint. The athletic tight end snared 24 passes for
Raiders after playing the first four years of his career in New York with the       292 yards (12.1 avg.) and his first career touchdown in his last six games. We
Giants. Boss has the potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy TE, but until he starts to     suspect that Cook has earned more playing time and could command work on
post consistent stats, he should be viewed as a No. 2 option. Boss finished         every down with a good training camp. He's absolutely worth drafting late as a
2010 with respectable totals of 35 catches for 531 yards and five touchdowns.       No. 2 Fantasy TE with a lot of upside (he reminds us a lot of Antonio Gates,
He has at least five touchdowns in each of the past three seasons, but he's         though not quite as polished). And if you're in a deep draft or a dynasty/keeper
never reached 45 catches or 600 yards in a single year. The Raiders have            league draft, Cook is worth a middle- to late-round flier.
fewer options in the passing game than the Giants did when he was there, so
Boss could begin to see an increase in production beginning this season. He                       ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
should be viewed as a decent No. 2 Fantasy TE worth a late-round pick in the        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
deepest of leagues. Otherwise you can check him out off waivers during the          2011 (proj)      41         485          6                0                 85
year and use him as a one-week replacement.                                         2010             29         361          1                0                 42
                                                                                    2009              9          74          0                0                  7
              ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points     Chris Cooley, WAS                                                         Bye: 5
2011 (proj)      50         622          4               0                86        Chris Cooley had one of the more productive seasons of his career in 2010,
2010             35         531          5               1                81        and he will look to build off that performance in 2011. He had 77 catches for
2009             42         567          5               0                87        849 yards and three touchdowns, with the yardage total matching his career
                                                                                    high and the catches total the second-best of his career. Touchdowns continue
                                                                                    to be a problem for Cooley since he has six combined in his past three
John Carlson, SEA                                                       Bye: 6      seasons, and now he has a knee issue that's kept him out of action for parts of
Fantasy owners have grown tired of John Carlson, and rightfully so. He              training camp. He's still a No. 1 Fantasy option, especially in PPR formats, but
appears to have gone backward in his development as his catches and yards           a low-end one. Look his way with a middle- to late-round choice.
have declined every year, and now he is No. 2 on the depth chart behind Zach
Miller. In 2010, Carlson finished with career-lows in catches (31), yards (318)                   ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
and touchdowns (one). He is entering a contract year, which could serve as          Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
                                                                                    2011 (proj)      66         720          5                0                 102
                                                                                    2010             77         849          3                1                 102
                                                                                    2009             29         332          2                0                 45


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Owen Daniels, HOU                                                        Bye: 11       are the facts: Finley is a dynamic option for Aaron Rodgers in the Packers
If Owen Daniels plays in 2011 like he finished 2010, the folks who draft him will      offense, and so as long as he's healthy he should produce (he began running
be very happy. After a slow recovery process from a torn ACL, Daniels                  routes in late April). But the smart move is to draft Finley no earlier than Round
struggled when he was on the field in limited reps. That changed in Weeks 14           7 (if someone reaches for him that's OK – there are plenty of good tight ends
through 17 when he totaled 22 catches for 271 yards and two scores,                    this year) and pick up a No. 2 tight end with a late-round pick in case he misses
rekindling thoughts of his breakout '09 campaign. Daniels signed a four-year           time. It would behoove Finley to play big this season and not get bogged down
deal this offseason to stay in Houston and remain a key figure in head coach           by an injury because he's in a contract year.
Gary Kubiak's offense. After speaking with Daniels this summer and hearing
his excitement about not having to come back from an injury, we think he'll                           ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
deliver. Consider Daniels a No. 1 Fantasy TE worth snaring between Rounds 8            Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
and 10.                                                                                2011 (proj)       61         812          6                0                 117
                                                                                       2010              21         301          1                0                 36
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      2009              55         676          5                1                 95
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)       68         838          6                0                120
2010              38         471          2                0                59         Antonio Gates, SD                                                          Bye: 6
2009              40         519          5                0                81         This year, all we want is for Antonio Gates to stay healthy. He's had a problem
                                                                                       doing that lately as foot and toe injuries have held him back. In 2010, Gates
                                                                                       was limited to 10 games, but he's expected to be 100 percent healthy to start
Fred Davis, WAS                                                            Bye: 5      the year. Owners should be concerned about his health now that he's turning
Fred Davis might be the best backup TE in the NFL, but this might be the last          30, but we still believe he'll be a standout Fantasy option worth drafting as the
year we'll be able to say that. Davis is entering a contract year, and he could        No. 1 tight end in all leagues starting in Round 4. Last year, prior to getting
leave the Redskins for a starting opportunity in 2012 (if he's not traded first). So   hurt, Gates was on pace for a career year but ended with 50 catches for 782
long as he's in Washington, he will play behind Chris Cooley again. Doing so           yards and 10 touchdowns. If you project that for a full season, he would have
last season saw Davis catch 21 passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns –             finished with 80 catches for 1,251 yards and 16 touchdowns. Now, it will be
the same amount of scores that Cooley had. He now has nine touchdowns in               hard for him to reach those totals with Vincent Jackson back for a full year, but
the past two years and would be a must-add off the waiver wire if Cooley               Gates is still capable of 75 catches, 1,110 yards and eight touchdowns, which
missed relevant playing time. Davis is only worth a late-round pick in                 make him a star at his position. Just consider the possibility of carrying a
dynasty/keeper leagues since he could blossom into a star in 2012.                     backup tight end just in case he misses relevant playing time.

               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy                     ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
2011 (proj)       31         385          2                0                51         2011 (proj)       69         995         10                0                 160
2010              21         316          3                0                49         2010              50         782         10                0                 138
2009              48         509          6                0                86         2009              79        1,157         8                0                 163


Vernon Davis, SF                                                           Bye: 7      Tony Gonzalez, ATL                                                         Bye: 8
Vernon Davis has proven the past two years that he's among the best Fantasy            Fantasy owners are concerned that Tony Gonzalez is on the downside of his
options at his position. In 2009, Davis had a breakout season with 78 catches          career after his receptions and receiving yards fell for the third straight year.
for 965 yards and 13 touchdowns, and he followed that up in 2010 with 56               With 14 seasons under his belt, it's no surprise. Gonzalez fared slightly better
catches for 914 yards and seven touchdowns. His stats could improve this year          on turf than on grass and seemingly did better with divisional rivals, but really
given the 49ers' turn to a West Coast offense as well as a possible upgrade at         his best play came early in the season and saw most of his receptions come
QB, but Davis has shown he can be successful even with inconsistent play               between the 20s (all of his touchdowns came in the red zone). Expect his
from his quarterback. We consider Davis a No. 1 option, and he should be               touchdown production to improve a bit but for his receiving totals to sink with
drafted toward the end of Round 4 or beginning of Round 5 in all leagues.              Julio Jones joining the Falcons offense this season. We know that Gonzalez
                                                                                       brings quite a pedigree to the table, and we recommend him as a low-end No.
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      1 Fantasy TE, but he's no longer worth the mid-round pick that he'd been going
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      for in drafts. If Gonzalez falls to you in drafts starting in Round 9 or 10 and you
2011 (proj)       74        1,024         8                0                150        need a tight end, drafting him is fine. But don't be the guy who reaches for him
2010              56         914          7                0                135        this summer.
2009              78         965         13                0                174
                                                                                                      ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
                                                                                       Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)       62         635          7                0                 106
Anthony Fasano, MIA                                                        Bye: 5
                                                                                       2010              70         656          6                0                 101
Anthony Fasano continues to be a solid No. 2 Fantasy tight end and a good
                                                                                       2009              83         867          6                0                 122
bye-week replacement. Fasano had some quality moments in 2010, with 39
catches for 528 yards and four touchdowns on 59 targets, but he only had two
games with double digits in Fantasy points. Fasano can be a good addition off
the waiver wire when the matchup is right, but he should not be drafted in the         Jimmy Graham, NO                                                          Bye: 11
majority of leagues.                                                                   The Saints are all set to trust second-year player Jimmy Graham as their
                                                                                       starting tight end in 2011 and after last season it's no surprise. Graham, a third-
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      round pick, finished the regular season scoring in three straight games and
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      totaling five touchdowns and 307 yards in the Saints' last eight contests (he
2011 (proj)       35         440          4                1                66         didn't play in the postseason due to an ankle injury). While Graham's yardage
2010              39         528          4                0                76         left a lot to be desired in most games, it was obvious that his presence in the
2009              31         339          2                2                41         red zone was welcomed by the Saints and especially quarterback Drew Brees.
                                                                                       Fantasy owners will bank on that in 2011 and draft Graham as a middle- to
                                                                                       low-end No. 1 Fantasy tight end worth a pick in the middle rounds. He's not the
                                                                                       best tight end in Fantasy, but he's got the skill set to get near there.
Jermichael Finley, GB                                                      Bye: 8
For the second year in a row, Jermichael Finley was sacked by a knee injury.
                                                                                                      ---------- Receiving ----------                             Fantasy
In 2009, he missed three games; in 2010, he missed the Packers' run to the
                                                                                       Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL                Points
Super Bowl. Finley had 21 grabs for 301 yards (an excellent 14.3 avg.) and a
                                                                                       2011 (proj)       53         607          7                0                 103
score in just five games before undergoing multiple surgeries for a torn
                                                                                       2010              31         356          5                0                 65
meniscus. He should be OK for the start of the 2011 season, but owners are a
bit jittery about spending a big pick on Finley given his knee problems. Here

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Jermaine Gresham, CIN                                                  Bye: 7      Michael Hoomanawanui, STL                                               Bye: 5
Jermaine Gresham has room to improve in 2011. As a rookie he had 52                Michael Hoomanawanui enters this season with the chance to be the Rams
catches for 471 yards and four touchdowns, with nearly half of his receptions      primary pass-catching TE. As a rookie in 2010, Hoomanawanui started three
going for first downs. The Bengals' offense is expected to change significantly    games and had 13 catches for 146 yards and three touchdowns.
this offseason and Gresham could pick up a bigger role in the process. He          Hoomanawanui was limited to eight games last year due to injury, but he
certainly wasn't underused as a rookie, but the big guy has all sorts of           should be fine this season and could take on a bigger role. That said, he is not
potential. When you're looking for a sleeper late in drafts this summer, have      worth drafting in the majority of leagues. Keep an eye on his progress, and if
Gresham on your list. At the very least, he might be someone worth picking up      he starts out the season playing well then add him off the waiver wire.
early on in the 2011 season.
                                                                                                 ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2011 (proj)      12         134          0               0                13
2011 (proj)      56         592          4               0               83        2010             13         146          3               0                32
2010             52         471          4               1               71

                                                                                   Rob Housler, ARI                                                        Bye: 6
Rob Gronkowski, NE                                                     Bye: 7      The Cardinals drafted rookie TE Rob Housler in the third round of the NFL
Rob Gronkowski had a tremendous rookie season in 2010 and should be able           Draft out of Florida Atlantic. He had the chance to start right away until the
to build off that this year. Gronkowski, sharing time with fellow rookie Aaron     Cards added Todd Heap in late July. Housler's worth drafting late in deeper
Hernandez, had 42 catches for 546 yards and 10 touchdowns on 59 targets.           dynasty/keeper leagues and late-round picks in rookie-only drafts.
Gronkowski led New England in touchdowns thanks to a neat post-up move he
created and remains the best red-zone threat for the Patriots entering this                      ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
season. We didn't see him leave the field much during the second half of the       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
season and suspect he'll be on the field a lot in 2011. Gronkowski is a top 10     2011 (proj)       9         109          1               0                17
Fantasy tight end worth drafting with a pick between Rounds 6 and 8, well
ahead of Hernandez.
                                                                                   Dustin Keller, NYJ                                                      Bye: 8
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     Which Dustin Keller will show up in 2011? The one who was a tremendous star
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     for the first four weeks of the season in 2010 or the one who faltered once
2011 (proj)      55         645          7               0               107       Santonio Holmes returned from his suspension? Keller had an amazing start
2010             42         546         10               1               112       last year with 19 catches for 254 yards and five touchdowns in his first four
                                                                                   games. But those five touchdowns were his only touchdowns of the season,
                                                                                   and he finished the year with 55 catches for 687 yards. Keller's dropoff could
Todd Heap, ARI                                                         Bye: 6      be a direct correlation to Holmes' return, so we'll find out what happens this
Todd Heap signed a two-year deal with the Cardinals in late July, giving the       year if Holmes and/or Braylon Edwards leave as a free agent. We still expect
team their best pass-catching tight end in a long time. Heap will serve as a       Keller to play well since even with the decline in stats, Mark Sanchez likes
great short-area target for new Cards QB Kevin Kolb and could be a cinch to at     using Keller as a safety blanket, and he had 101 targets. But consider Keller
least repeat his 2010 numbers of 40 grabs for 599 yards (career-best 15.0          just a No. 2 Fantasy tight end on Draft Day and hope that his first four games in
yards per catch) with five touchdowns. Heap's not quite strong enough to be        2010 is the type of production you get for the entire 2011 season. He's worth
considered a No. 1 Fantasy tight end but is worth a late pick as a decent          drafting late.
reserve in deeper leagues.
                                                                                                 ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2011 (proj)      46         557          5               0                86
2011 (proj)      45         540          5               0               84        2010             55         687          5               0                98
2010             40         599          5               0               89        2009             45         522          2               1                64
2009             53         593          6               0               95

                                                                                   Lance Kendricks, STL                                                    Bye: 5
Aaron Hernandez, NE                                                    Bye: 7      The Rams drafted rookie TE Lance Kendricks in the second round of the NFL
Aaron Hernandez should be fine entering the 2011 season despite undergoing         Draft, and it appears they did it with big designs in mind. Kendricks spent a lot
hip surgery in February. Hernandez was mostly solid as a rookie in 2010 with       of time in training camp with the Rams' first-team offense and is seemingly
45 catches for 563 yards and six touchdowns on 64 targets. He started out the      being molded to play a role similar to Dallas Clark in Indianapolis. Obviously,
season as the best tight end for the Patriots, but he fell behind fellow rookie    that could mean some big Fantasy stats. He's not yet worth choosing in
Rob Gronkowski in terms of his production, part of which can be attributed to      standard Fantasy formats, but definitely slate him for a late-round pick in
the hip injury, which cost him the final two games of the year. Hernandez is       dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid-round pick in rookie-only drafts.
almost more of a receiver than tight end in New England, but he still plays at a
high level with quality Fantasy production. He had four games with double                        ---------- Receiving ----------                           Fantasy
digits in Fantasy points and six games with at least six points. We consider       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL               Points
Hernandez a high-end No. 2 Fantasy tight end, worth a late-round pick in all       2011 (proj)      30         377          3               0                57
leagues. Gronkowski has more upside based on his red-zone ability, but
Hernandez should remain a significant part of New England's passing game. It
sure won't hurt that he might offer some wide receiver production from the tight
end position.

              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points
2011 (proj)      35         441          4               0               68
2010             45         563          6               0               96




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Marcedes Lewis, JAC                                                        Bye: 9      Greg Olsen, CAR                                                          Bye: 9
There's a lot to like, and dislike, about Marcedes Lewis. Last year he finally met     Greg Olsen's rollercoaster 2010 season in Mike Martz's offense certainly didn't
some expectations while playing in a contract year and posted across-the-              put him in the good graces of Fantasy owners this summer with Chicago, and
board career-best totals, including a touchdown every 5.8 catches. And he's on         he was shipped to Carolina soon after the lockout ended as a result. Olsen
a team with no established receiving threats. So what's not to like? How about         posted his second-worst career totals with 41 catches for 404 yards and racked
the fact that 700 yards receiving was a career best for Lewis by nearly 200            up five touchdowns in 2010, and now he joins a crowded TE corps with the
yards, and before getting those 10 scores in 2010, he had no more than two in          Panthers -- led by rookie QB Cam Newton. This doesn't discount his abilities --
any of his previous four seasons. And the Jaguars gave him a five-year                 Olsen's a fine pass-catching tight end -- but because of the personnel
contract extension with $18 million guaranteed, so there's no contract year for        surrounding him in Carolina, Olsen likely won't put up big numbers. It's safest
him anymore. There's risk in drafting Lewis this summer, but so long as you do         to consider Olsen a No. 2 Fantasy tight end.
it with a late-round pick, it shouldn't burn you too bad. We like him best as a
borderline No. 1/No. 2 Fantasy tight end.                                                            ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
                                                                                       Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      2011 (proj)      54         612          5                0                91
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      2010             41         404          5                1                68
2011 (proj)       63         647          7                1                105        2009             60         612          8                0                109
2010              58         700         10                2                126
2009              32         518          2                0                63
                                                                                       Brandon Pettigrew, DET                                                   Bye: 9
                                                                                       Brandon Pettigrew made quite an impression last season and now
Heath Miller, PIT                                                        Bye: 11       expectations are that he'll take the next step in 2011. Pettigrew caught 71
Heath Miller took a step back in 2010, putting up numbers like he did in 2007          passes for 722 yards and four scores last year coming off of a torn ACL, often
and 2008 before his breakout 2009. The result? Weak Fantasy production                 drawing single coverage against smaller defenders thanks to Calvin Johnson
including two touchdowns in 14 games (he had six the year before) and 512              stretching defenses. Pettigrew had at least four grabs in 10 games and finished
yards on 42 catches. Miller's stuck at the bottom of a very deep position in           last year with more Fantasy points than Todd Heap and Kevin Boss. Don't think
Fantasy and shouldn't be taken as anything more than a late-round flier, if at         of Pettigrew as the next Antonio Gates or Vernon Davis -- that's a reach -- but if
all. If there's a silver lining, it's that he should be available as a one-week        you're looking for a low-risk, high-end No. 2 Fantasy tight end, grab him with a
replacement off waivers during the season, a role he's fit for.                        late-round pick.

               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy                    ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)       46         495          4                0                74         2011 (proj)      61         677          6                0                104
2010              42         512          2                1                61         2010             71         722          4                0                96
2009              76         789          6                0                114        2009             31         352          2                0                47


Zach Miller, SEA                                                           Bye: 6      Kyle Rudolph, MIN                                                        Bye: 9
Zach Miller landed in Seattle in early August after it was believed that he'd end      The Vikings selected Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph with a second round
up re-signing with the Raiders. In Seattle he'll see plenty of playing time, just as   pick in the NFL draft. The 6-foot-6, 265-pound Rudolph left school early despite
he would have in Oakland, and be a great short- to mid-range target, as he             missing several games with a torn hamstring injury in 2010. Rudolph would
would have in Oakland. But he'll have better talent around him (Sidney Rice            have had a shot to make an impact had he landed on another team, but with
and Mike Williams) and a slight downgrade at quarterback. That's not good for          Visanthe Shiancoe on the Vikings already chances are he won't do much this
Miller's Fantasy prospects. Consider him a late-round pick as a low-end No. 1          year. Next year, however, Shiancoe will be a free agent and Rudolph could end
Fantasy TE at this point.                                                              up being the top tight end for the Vikings and a Fantasy sleeper. We'd pass on
                                                                                       Rudolph in seasonal leagues but take him late in dynasty/keeper formats and
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      with an early- to middle-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Assuming he stays
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points      healthy, 2012 should be his year.
2011 (proj)       58         692          5                1                97
2010              60         685          5                0                98                       ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
2009              66         805          3                0                98         Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
                                                                                       2011 (proj)      11         113          1                0                17

Tony Moeaki, KC                                                            Bye: 6
Tony Moeaki was a surprise rookie in 2010 and he will look to play even better         Bo Scaife, CIN                                                           Bye: 7
as a second-year player in 2011. He got off to a hot start with two touchdowns         Bo Scaife was a free agent this offseason, ultimately signing with the Bengals.
in his first three games and became a hot commodity off the waiver wire, but           Though he did set a career-high in touchdowns last year with four, his minimal
he scored just once more for the rest of the year as he dealt with injuries. He        reception total combined with his low receiving average doesn't make him a
finished the season with 47 catches for 556 yards, which was good enough for           great Fantasy tight end, especially with so many other young tight ends (like
second in catches and yards in Kansas City behind Dwayne Bowe, but that                Cook) getting ready for big roles in 2011. Scaife is likely headed for a backup
says more about the lack of receivers for the Chiefs than Moeaki's talent. Still,      role behind Jermaine Gresham and shouldn't be on your radar come Draft Day.
if you're looking for a No. 2 Fantasy tight end in deeper leagues, Moeaki is
worth a look. He has the potential for 50-plus catches, 600-plus yards and                           ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy
about six touchdowns, and he should be considered a good bye-week                      Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
replacement during the year.                                                           2011 (proj)      15         155          1                0                22
                                                                                       2010             36         318          4                1                53
               ---------- Receiving ----------                            Fantasy      2009             45         440          1                1                48
Year             Rcpt        Yds        TD                FL               Points
2011 (proj)       41         510          4                0                75
2010              47         556          3                0                73




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Tony Scheffler, DET                                                    Bye: 9      Benjamin Watson, CLE                                                        Bye: 5
Tony Scheffler will stick as a tight end with the Lions after signing a contract   Benjamin Watson finished 2010 as the Browns' leading receiver, catching 68
extension last season, but his stat production isn't expected to explode.          balls for 763 yards. But he accounted for only three touchdowns, though the
Scheffler caught 45 passes last year but averaged 8.4 yards per catch and          team leaned on the run for much of the season. The catches and yardage were
scored only once. Remember, he's a part-timer in a Lions offense that includes     career-highs, but the lack of scores hurt him. The good news for Watson is that
Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew, so he doesn't exactly get a ton of           the Browns are moving to a West Coast offense and he should be a regular on
opportunities. Unless your league is TE-intensive, pass on Scheffler.              the field in 2011. Figure Watson to be a capable No. 2 Fantasy tight end, worth
                                                                                   drafting late or picking up off waivers as a one-week replacement during the
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     season.
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points
2011 (proj)      29         350          1               1               39                      ---------- Receiving ----------                               Fantasy
2010             45         378          1               1               41        Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                   FL               Points
2009             31         416          2               0               53        2011 (proj)      60         669          4                   0                91
                                                                                   2010             68         763          3                   0                94
                                                                                   2009             29         404          5                   0                70
Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN                                                 Bye: 9
A year after scoring 11 touchdowns, Vikings TE Visanthe Shiancoe
disappointed Fantasy owners by scoring two in 2010. He also took a small dip       Kellen Winslow, TB                                                          Bye: 8
in receptions and receiving totals, and all of these lowered stats mean lowered    This might be a big year for Kellen Winslow. He's in a potent offense where he
expectations headed into 2011. Perhaps that's why Notre Dame TE Kyle               is no longer the only legitimate passing threat, he's working with a great
Rudolph was the team's second-round pick in April's draft, and perhaps it          quarterback and he didn't have surgery this offseason. The man has stayed
means that Shiancoe could be on the move after this season when he's a free        healthy for two straight seasons, catching 143 passes in the process with five
agent. That means he could cash in with a good 2011, but the truth is that         scores each year. Though he's not quite as explosive a player as he was, he's
sharing the field with Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin could mean limited targets.    going to prove to be an outstanding bargain for Fantasy owners in 2011.
An unsettled quarterback situation is also worth monitoring. But ultimately        Expect Winslow to be available as early as Round 10 and as late in Round 12,
Fantasy owners should pass on Shiancoe because there are far too many              long after the elite tight end choices are off the board. He's a low-risk, high-
good tight ends with lots more upside in 2011. Thus, view him as a No. 2           reward candidate given his recent track record of health and production
option at best; don't be surprised if he doesn't get drafted and you use him off   meshed with the upside of the Buccaneers' offense.
waivers as a one-week replacement when he has a favorable matchup.
                                                                                                 ---------- Receiving ----------                               Fantasy
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                   FL               Points
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     2011 (proj)      70         778          6                   1                112
2011 (proj)      47         533          3               0               71        2010             66         730          5                   0                103
2010             47         530          2               0               65        2009             77         884          5                   0                118
2009             56         566         11               0               122

                                                                                   Jason Witten, DAL                                                           Bye: 5
Jeremy Shockey, CAR                                                    Bye: 9      Jason Witten continues to be one of the top Fantasy options at his position. In
Jeremy Shockey was released by the Saints this offseason and in short order        2010, Witten had his fourth year in a row with at least 80 catches and he's
he wound up with the Panthers, where he reunited with a former ally from the       reached at least 90 grabs in three of the past four seasons. He also had his
University of Miami, Rob Chudzinski. But another former 'Cane, Greg Olsen, is      third 1,000-yard season and second in a row. But the best news for Fantasy
also in Carolina, and he will greatly impact Shockey's numbers. Granted, his       owners was Witten set a career high with nine touchdowns. The Cowboys
numbers have been weak ever since a seven-touchdown campaign in 2006               made an effort to get Witten more involved in the red zone and he didn't let his
with the Giants, but the fresh start with a familiar face should help. We don't    coaches or Fantasy owners down. We expect Witten to have another
mind Shockey as a very late-round flier as a No. 2 Fantasy tight end in deep       tremendous season in 2011 and he should be considered a top 3 player at his
leagues. At the very least, he'll be on waivers in several leagues and serve as    position. Plan on drafting Witten as early as Round 4 in all leagues. Once
a capable one-week replacement during the season.                                  Antonio Gates is off the board, Witten will be too within the next 10 picks.

              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy                   ---------- Receiving ----------                               Fantasy
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points     Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD                   FL               Points
2011 (proj)      31         363          3               1               52        2011 (proj)      88         977          9                   0                152
2010             41         408          3               0               58        2010             94        1,002         9                   1                154
2009             48         569          3               0               74        2009             94        1,030         2                   0                115


Jacob Tamme, IND                                                     Bye: 11
Did Jacob Tamme save your Fantasy season in 2010 when he replaced Dallas
                                                                                   Kickers
Clark and posted career-high stats? The 67 grabs for 631 yards and four
scores were good enough to make him a top 15 Fantasy tight end, even               David Akers, SF                                                             Bye: 7
though he started just eight games. But unless Tamme lands with a new club         David Akers was able to sign with the 49ers for a fresh start after the Eagles
this offseason, he's going to be on the bench for the Colts or just used in two    drafted rookie kicker Alex Henery in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. Akers
tight end sets as the second option. Fantasy owners should pass on Tamme in        had more than 30 field goals and 45 extra points for the third year in a row in
drafts until he regains relevant playing time.                                     2010, and he should be able to get similar opportunity with the new-look
                                                                                   Niners. Though he won't be as productive with his new club, he should be
              ---------- Receiving ----------                          Fantasy     considered a No. 1 Fantasy option even at 36 with his track record.
Year            Rcpt        Yds        TD               FL              Points
2011 (proj)      13         166          1               0               23                      ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy
2010             67         631          4               0               87        Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
2009              3          35          0               0                3        2011 (proj)      26         29     50       89.7          34      34          116
                                                                                   2010             32         38     50       84.2          47      47          145
                                                                                   2009             32         37     52       86.5          43      45          141




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Connor Barth, TB                                                           Bye: 8    David Buehler, DAL                                                          Bye: 5
Connor Barth is a restricted free agent this offseason, but it is believed he'll     David Buehler is poised to kick for the Cowboys this season after the release of
stick with the Bucs. That would be good for him as the team's offense is on the      Kris Brown in late July. With minimal competition for the job, Buehler should be
rise and he would benefit from it. Barth didn't finish as a top 12 Fantasy kicker    the one booting field goals and extra points in Dallas. Buehler should see
last season, but he has nailed 79.7 percent of his kicks over his three-year         plenty of opportunities to do just that as the Cowboys offense runs at full
career. Barth has struggled with longer kicks -- all but three of his career         strength, which it didn't do last year. Consider Buehler with a late-round pick
misses have come from 40-plus yards -- but playing in the Bucs' offense should       this summer.
make him useful as at least a good one-week replacement kicker off waivers
during the year when the matchup is right.                                                         ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy
                                                                                     Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   2011 (proj)      29         33     51       87.9          31      31          120
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2010             24         32     53       75.0          42      44          122
2011 (proj)      24         31     52       77.4          30      30         104
2010             23         28     53       82.1          36      36         107
2009             14         19     54       73.7          12      12         60      Dan Carpenter, MIA                                                          Bye: 5
                                                                                     Dan Carpenter enters this season as a No. 1 Fantasy kicker after a solid 2010
                                                                                     campaign. He made 30 of 41 field goals, with a long of 60, and all 25 extra
Rob Bironas, TEN                                                           Bye: 6    points with Miami. Unfortunately, five of his missed field goals came in his last
Rob Bironas continues to serve as a quality Fantasy kicker worthy of a pick on       three games, including a 0-for-4 stinker vs. Buffalo. On the plus side, Carpenter
Draft Day. Last season he hit 24 of 26 field goals and all 38 of his extra point     made four kicks from at least 50 yards and finished with 116 Fantasy points in
attempts. The 92.3 pct. of kicks he notched was a career-best, but the 26            standard leagues. Carpenter had six games with double digits in Fantasy
attempts were a career low. Expect Bironas to have a few more opportunities          points and eight games with multiple field goals. He now has 55 field goals in
in 2011, particularly if Chris Johnson continues to steamroll run stoppers and       his past two years and should be in a position to kick a lot again in 2011.
Kenny Britt dominates secondaries (Tennessee's schedule is favorable). Treat         Carpenter should be drafted with a late-round pick in all leagues.
Bironas as a low-end Fantasy starter worth a pick in the final round of drafts.
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              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2011 (proj)      23         28     53       82.1          31      31          104
2011 (proj)      26         30     54       86.7          34      34         116     2010             30         41     60       73.2          25      25          123
2010             24         26     55       92.3          38      38         114     2009             25         28     52       89.3          37      38          114
2009             27         32     53       84.4          37      37         128

                                                                                     Mason Crosby, GB                                                            Bye: 8
Josh Brown, STL                                                            Bye: 5    After helping the Packers to a win in Super Bowl XLV, Mason Crosby is back in
Josh Brown had a career year in 2010, and he will look to build off that             Green Bay after signing a five-year deal prior to training camp. In 2010, Crosby
performance this year. In 2010, Brown made a career-high 33 field goals on 39        attempted a career-low 28 field goals, which resulted in his smallish Fantasy
attempts. He also converted 26 of 27 extra points, and Brown should have the         totals given his career 78.1 kicking percentage (he made just 22 last season).
chance for another quality year this season. He also has a strong leg with three     But the reality is that he kicks for one of the most potent offenses in the league
made field goals of at least 50 yards last year. The Rams offense is on the rise,    and should see more opportunities for three pointers than he did in 2010. He's
and Brown should perform well again in 2011. We consider him a low-end No.           worth a late-round pick in all drafts.
1 Fantasy option, and he is worth drafting with a late-round pick in all leagues.
                                                                                                   ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2011 (proj)      25         30     53       83.3          48      48          127
2011 (proj)      30         34     53       88.2          28      28         126     2010             22         28     56       78.6          46      46          116
2010             33         39     53       84.6          26      27         131     2009             27         36     52       75.0          48      49          133
2009             19         24     55       79.2          16      16         92

                                                                                     Billy Cundiff, BAL                                                          Bye: 5
Matt Bryant, ATL                                                           Bye: 8    Billy Cundiff re-signed with the Ravens after nailing 26 of 29 field goals and 39
Matt Bryant was among one of the best kickers in the league in 2010 and after        extra points in 2010. With the kicking job locked up and the Ravens' offense
testing the free-agent waters, he re-signed with Atlanta. Bryant nailed 28 of 31     expected to move the chains plenty, Cundiff is a viable Fantasy option well
field goals (all but one were from 49 yards or less) and hit 44 extra points. The    worth one of your last two picks on Draft Day.
90.3 percent success rate he had was a career best over a single season,
proving that kickers play big in contract years, too. With most of his games                       ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy
indoors and the Falcons possessing a high-powered offense, Bryant should be          Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
considered a No. 1 Fantasy K in all 2011 drafts.                                     2011 (proj)      21         25     50       84.0          44      44          109
                                                                                     2010             26         29     49       89.7          39      39          117
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   2009             18         23     46       78.3          23      23          77
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points
2011 (proj)      25         29     51       86.2          40      40         117
2010             28         31     51       90.3          44      44         130     Phil Dawson, CLE                                                            Bye: 5
2009              7         10     51       70.0          10      10         33      Phil Dawson is the only kicker the Browns have known since 1999 and he
                                                                                     could return again in 2011 after he was given the franchise tag. In 2010,
                                                                                     Dawson connected on 23 of 28 field goals (0 for 3 from 50-plus yards) and 28
                                                                                     extra points. Now that it appears like he will return to Cleveland, Fantasy
                                                                                     owners shouldn't consider Dawson worth starting or owning.

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                                                                                     Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj)      24         30     52       80.0          32      33          108
                                                                                     2010             23         28     48       82.1          28      28          97
                                                                                     2009             17         19     49       89.5          18      19          69




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Jay Feely, ARI                                                             Bye: 6    plays with and his recent history (86.8 percent accuracy in his last five
Jay Feely's first season as Arizona's kicker in 2010 was about on average for        seasons). Gould is a useful late-round pick this summer.
his career. He made 24 of 27 field goals and all 29 extra points. In 10 seasons,
it was the sixth time he's made 25 or fewer field goals and the third time he's                     ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
had fewer than 30 extra points. Feely will remain an accurate kicker, and he         Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
plays in a favorable venue, but the Cardinals need to improve on offense –           2011 (proj)       25         28     48       89.3          40      40           115
specifically at QB – if Feely wants an upgrade in Fantasy value. We view him         2010              25         30     54       83.3          35      35           116
as a No. 2 Fantasy option, and he's worth using as a bye-week replacement off        2009              24         28     52       85.7          33      33           109
waivers in all formats.

              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   Shayne Graham, WAS                                                            Bye: 5
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   Shayne Graham will compete for the starting kicking job in Washington this
2011 (proj)      25         29     53       86.2          26      26         105     summer, but he proved in 2010 that he can still be a quality Fantasy option.
2010             24         27     55       88.9          29      29         111     Graham took over for an injured Stephen Gostkowski (quad) last year in New
2009             30         36     55       83.3          32      32         124     England and finished 12 of 12 on field goals (longest was 41 yards) and 35 of
                                                                                     37 extra points in eight games. If he beats Graham Gano out for the job this
                                                                                     summer, Fantasy owners can look for him off waivers during the year. He's not
Nick Folk, NYJ                                                             Bye: 8    worth drafting in standard Fantasy play.
Nick Folk had an inconsistent season with the Jets in 2010. He made 30 field
goals, which was a career best, but he also missed eight. He did have two                           ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
kicks of at least 50 yards with a long of 56. The Jets brought in Nick Novak to      Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
compete with Folk for the starting job in 2011, but we expect Folk to be the         2011 (proj)       24         30     50       80.0          34      34           108
kicker this season. Keep an eye on what develops, but Folk is not worth              2010              12         12     41      100.0          39      41           75
drafting in the majority of leagues.                                                 2009              23         28     53       82.1          28      29           101

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Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   Jason Hanson, DET                                                             Bye: 9
2011 (proj)      25         31     52       80.6          34      35         111     Jason Hanson missed half of last season with a MCL injury and is expected to
2010             30         39     56       76.9          37      37         131     at the very least compete for his job with the Lions this summer. Hanson's an
2009             18         28     51       64.3          36      36         92      old hand, playing with Detroit since 1992. At some point you have to figure that
                                                                                     his leg will give out, but he hit 12 of 14 field goals last season and has hit 54 of
                                                                                     his last 64 attempts. If Hanson remains as Detroit's kicker, he could put up
Graham Gano, WAS                                                           Bye: 5    some decent totals as the Lions' offense is one of the most potentially
Graham Gano had a productive year in 2010, his first full season as a starting       explosive units in the league. Still, he's risky to trust as anything more than a
kicker, and he will look to build on that performance this season -- if he makes     one-week replacement option off waivers during the season.
the team. Gano, who made 24 of 35 field goals and 28 extra points, will battle
Shayne Graham for the kicking job this summer in D.C. But even if he comes                          ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
out of camp with the job, Fantasy owners shouldn't trust him with a roster spot      Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
on Draft Day.                                                                        2011 (proj)       24         29     52       82.8          33      33           109
                                                                                     2010              12         14     52       85.7          19      19           61
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   2009              21         28     50       75.0          25      25           90
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points
2011 (proj)      22         29     48       75.9          28      28         94
2010             24         35     49       68.6          28      28         100     Garrett Hartley, NO                                                          Bye: 11
2009              4          4     46      100.0           6       7         18      When you think of Garrett Hartley kicking for the Saints, you might think of a
                                                                                     sure-fire starter simply because he's on a team with a high-powered offense
                                                                                     that delivers lots of field goal opportunities. But you'd be wrong – Hartley
Stephen Gostkowski, NE                                                     Bye: 7    attempted just 25 field goals last season over 14 games, making 20 with 40
Stephen Gostkowski enters this season trying to prove he is fully recovered          extra points. On one hand, we love Hartley's potential because he's kicking for
from last year's torn quad muscle, which ended his 2010 season in Week 9.            the Saints, but the fact is that he's averaging less than one field-goal attempt
There is a chance the Patriots might have competition for Gostkowski in              per game over his career with New Orleans and has made on average roughly
training camp, even with last year's replacement in Shayne Graham, but               80 percent of his field goal attempts over the last two years . Hartley's worth a
Gostkowski should remain the starting placekicker for New England in 2011.           last-round pick but he's not worth reaching for.
Prior to getting hurt, Gostkowski had three games with double digits in Fantasy
points and five games with at least eight points. He also has a proven history of                   ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
being an elite Fantasy option and we like him as a starter in the majority of        Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
leagues. Keep an eye on what develops in training camp, but plan on drafting         2011 (proj)       24         28     49       85.7          44      44           116
Gostkowski with a late-round pick in all formats.                                    2010              20         25     52       80.0          40      40           104
                                                                                     2009               9         11     38       81.8          10      11           37
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points
2011 (proj)      26         30     50       86.7          46      46         126     Alex Henery, PHI                                                              Bye: 7
2010             10         13     43       76.9          26      26         56      The Eagles drafted rookie kicker Alex Henery in the fourth round of the NFL
2009             26         31     53       83.9          47      47         129     Draft out of Nebraska, and he could replace David Akers, who is a free agent.
                                                                                     Henery was the most accurate kicker in NCAA history, converting 89.5 percent
                                                                                     of his field-goal attempts. As the kicker for the Eagles offense, even as a
Robbie Gould, CHI                                                          Bye: 8    rookie, he has immense Fantasy value and is worth drafting as a starter with a
Bears kicker Robbie Gould continued to be a reliable Fantasy kicker in 2010,         late-round pick. If he goes undrafted then consider him an excellent bye-week
nailing 25 of 30 field goals and hitting all 35 of his extra-point attempts. Gould   replacement.
even made three field goals from 50-plus yards, the first time he's hit more than
one of those in his career. He just barely finished among the top 12 kickers in                     ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
2010 and should be considered a decent kicking option given the offense he           Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
                                                                                     2011 (proj)       24         30     47       80.0          39      40           111




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Sebastian Janikowski, OAK                                                   Bye: 8    Olindo Mare, CAR                                                             Bye: 9
Sebastian Janikowski was the No. 1 Fantasy kicker in 2010 and we hope he              The Panthers agreed to a four-year contract with kicker Olindo Mare in late
remains there this season. Last year, Janikowski converted on 33 field goals in       July, bringing the kicker east after spending several years in Seattle. Mare
41 attempts and he made all 43 extra points. The field goals and extra points         showed in 2010 that he still has potential to be a solid Fantasy option. He had
were a career high, but Janikowski has made at least 23 field goals in each of        25 made field goals in 30 attempts with 31 extra points. It's the sixth time in 14
the past three seasons. With Oakland's offense continuing to improve,                 seasons he's had at least 25 field goals and the 10th time he's had at least 30
Janikowski should remain a No. 1 Fantasy kicker. He's worth drafting with a           extra points. We see him as a good bye-week replacement during the season
late-round pick in all leagues.                                                       and not a reliable Fantasy starter for the early portion of the season, especially
                                                                                      given the state of the Panthers' offense.
               ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy
Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points                 ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
2011 (proj)       30         35     57       85.7          29      29         127     Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
2010              33         41     59       80.5          43      43         150     2011 (proj)      24         29     52       82.8          29      29           103
2009              26         29     61       89.7          17      17         107     2010             25         30     51       83.3          31      31           108
                                                                                      2009             24         26     47       92.3          28      28           100

Nate Kaeding, SD                                                            Bye: 6
Nate Kaeding will look to rebound from a disappointing season in 2010 but             Joe Nedney, UFA                                                        Bye: TBD
remains an elite Fantasy option. Kaeding missed three games last year due to          Nedney was solid when called upon, and he even hit at least one 50-plus yard
an injured groin. As a result, he made just 23 field goals and 40 extra points,       kick in each season he was with the 49ers. Still, David Akers appeared to be
with the field goal total his lowest since 2005. But playing for the Chargers'        too good to pass up, so Nedney was the odd-man out and was released at the
explosive offense gives Kaeding an advantage, and he should again play at a           end of July. He will likely get a shot on another roster this season, though we
high level. Kaeding is worth drafting as a starting option with a final-round pick    don't think he's worth snagging on Draft Day until he does.
in all leagues.
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               ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2011 (proj)       0          0      --       ----          0       0            0
2011 (proj)       24         29     50       82.8          41      41         115     2010             11         13     51       84.6          17      17           54
2010              23         28     50       82.1          40      40         111     2009             17         21     51       81.0          33      33           88
2009              32         35     55       91.4          50      51         152

                                                                                      Mike Nugent, CIN                                                             Bye: 7
John Kasay, CAR                                                             Bye: 9    A torn ACL ended Mike Nugent's season after hitting 15 of 19 field goals (two
John Kasay is expected to either retire or be on a new team in 2011 after the         from 50-plus yards) and 17 extra points in 10 games with the Bengals. Nugent
Panthers signed a new kicker, Olindo Mare, in late July. Despite playing with         wasn't bad for Fantasy play thanks to his opportunities, but questions remain
an anemic offense in 2010, Kasay didn't have an awful year. He hit 25 of 29           about how effective he'll be coming back from major knee surgery in 2011. We
field goals, but registered a meager 17 extra points. Kasay nailed over 80            suspect the Bengals will bring competition for Nugent in the summer, meaning
percent of his attempts for five straight seasons. If he plays in 2011, he'll be at   that he's far from a solid Fantasy pickup. Consider other kickers before going
the very least a reliable one-week replacement Fantasy kicker. For now, keep          with Nugent, who will be in a contract year.
him off of rosters.
                                                                                                    ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
               ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2011 (proj)      20         25     45       80.0          25      25           85
2011 (proj)        0          0      --       ---           0       0          0      2010             15         19     54       78.9          17      17           66
2010              25         29     55       86.2          17      17         98      2009              4          8     48       50.0          14      14           26
2009              22         27     50       81.5          31      32         99

                                                                                      Matt Prater, DEN                                                             Bye: 6
Rian Lindell, BUF                                                           Bye: 7    Matt Prater was a free agent this offseason, but the Broncos decided to bring
Rian Lindell continues to prove he's a No. 2 Fantasy kicker and is not worth          him back. He finished last season on injured reserve after suffering a groin
drafting in the majority of leagues. He had 83 Fantasy points in 2010 and did         injury. Prior to getting hurt, Prater was having a tough year, making just 12 of
not rank among the top 20 kickers in standard leagues. He only made 16 field          18 field goals and 28 of 29 extra points. He might have to compete with Steven
goals and 31 extra points. It was the fewest amount of field goals he's made          Hauschka or someone else for the job this season. The winner of that battle
since his rookie year in 2000. He should perform better this season, but he           would be considered a No. 2 Fantasy kicker in the majority of leagues.
should only be used as a bye-week replacement when Buffalo has a favorable
offensive matchup in good conditions.                                                               ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
                                                                                      Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
               ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   2011 (proj)      23         28     55       82.1          32      32           105
Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2010             16         18     59       88.9          28      29           80
2011 (proj)       25         31     53       80.6          28      28         105     2009             30         35     51       85.7          32      32           126
2010              16         21     51       76.2          31      32         83
2009              28         33     56       84.8          24      24         110
                                                                                      Neil Rackers, HOU                                                           Bye: 11
Ryan Longwell, MIN                                                          Bye: 9    Neil Rackers won the Texans' kicking job last preseason and did nothing to
Ryan Longwell was a free agent this offseason, but he inked a three-year deal         lose it headed into 2011. Rackers nailed all but three of his 30 field-goal
to stay with the Vikings. Over the last four seasons, Longwell's accuracy has         attempts, including a 57-yarder at Denver in Week 16. Over the last three
gradually improved and in 2010 he missed just one kick. Now that he's back            years Rackers has made 91 pct. of his field goal attempts and missed one
with Minnesota, his prospects dim a little bit because the offense will not be as     extra point out of 125 tries. That coupled with the Texans' potent offense
explosive as it once was. Still, Fantasy owners should consider him with a final-     should make Rackers an appealing Fantasy kicker worth a late-round pick.
round choice with his track record.
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               ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --   Fantasy   Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att         Points
Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att       Points   2011 (proj)      27         30     55       90.0          44      44           129
2011 (proj)       21         26     50       80.8          30      30         95      2010             27         30     57       90.0          43      43           130
2010              17         18     48       94.4          30      31         81      2009             16         17     48       94.1          37      38           85
2009              26         28     52       92.9          54      55         136

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Jeff Reed, SEA                                                              Bye: 6    Adam Vinatieri, IND                                                             Bye: 11
Jeff Reed signed with Seattle as a free agent this offseason after totaling 104       Adam Vinatieri is back with the Colts after booting 26 of 28 field goal attempts
points last season while splitting time between the Steelers and 49ers. Reed          through the uprights and adding another 51 extra points in 2010. Vinatieri has
has a career 82.2 percent success rate on field goals, but with the Seahawks          hit 85 percent of the field goals he's tried over the last three years, and while
expected to be a below-average offensive team in 2011, his chances of being a         he doesn't have the leg to nail long attempts, he doesn't have terrible accuracy.
useful week-to-week starter in Fantasy appear limited.                                He's fine as a low-end starter because he'll pick up lots of chances to kick,
                                                                                      though he might get way more extra points than field goals in Indy. Draft him
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy   late.
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
2011 (proj)      22         25     46       88.0          27      27          93                     ------------ Field Goals ------------      -- Extra Points --     Fantasy
2010             24         32     53       75.0          32      32          108     Year            Made         Att    LG       Pct             Made     Att         Points
2009             27         31     46       87.1          41      41          122     2011 (proj)       22         27     47       81.5             44      44           110
                                                                                      2010              26         28     48       92.9             51      51           129
                                                                                      2009               7          9     48       77.8             17      18           38
Josh Scobee, JAC                                                            Bye: 9
Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee improved in 2010, kicking 22 of 28 field goals,
including a game-winning 59-yard attempt in Week 4 against the Colts. He
added 41 extra points (no misses) and actually improved his kicking completion
                                                                                      Defense/Special Teams
percentage. But because the Jaguars' offense doesn't give him a ton of
chances to nail field goals, he's nothing more than a one-week replacement            Bears                                                                            Bye: 8
option worth considering when your primary kicker is on bye. Don't include            The addition of Julius Peppers and the resurgence of Devin Hester made the
Scobee in your Draft Day plans.                                                       Bears defense one of the league's best in 2010, so obviously expectations are
                                                                                      high for 2011. Peppers and a healthy Brian Urlacher led a blitz-crazy defense
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy   that forced 21 interceptions and 22 fumbles, while racking up 34 sacks.
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points   Questions about the future of the Bears' secondary still exist, but the defense
2011 (proj)      21         28     54       75.0          35      35          102     as a whole is very solid and should be competitive even with several tough
2010             22         28     59       78.6          41      41          111     offenses they'll face in 2011. But throw in Hester among the group of Bears
2009             18         28     52       64.3          30      31          92      returning punts and kicks, and the Bears DST doesn't seem like such a bad
                                                                                      choice. Expect them to get picked in every league with a late-round pick.

Ryan Succop, KC                                                             Bye: 6                   ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Ryan Succop has proven to be a solid kicker for Fantasy owners the past two           Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
seasons. In two years in the NFL, Succop has 45 field goals (20 in 2010) and          2011 (proj)       19       12       46      5         1          21.9 322.9      172
last year he made 42 extra points with Kansas City's improved offense. He             2010              21       14       34      4         0          17.9 314.3      220
should be able to post similar stats in 2011, but there are much safer kicking        2009              13       15       34      3         1          23.4 337.8      170
options to go with on Draft Day. If anything, consider Succop for one-week
replacement duty off waivers during the year.
                                                                                      Bengals                                                                          Bye: 7
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy   The Bengals DST regressed in 2010, finishing among the bottom 10. They
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points   totaled 27 sacks, 16 interceptions, 12 forced fumbles (10 recovered) and
2011 (proj)      26         31     52       83.9          35      35          115     scored two touchdowns (both defensive) while allowing opponents to score 395
2010             20         26     53       76.9          42      42          104     points, over 100 points more from 2009. The Bengals will have to spend some
2009             25         29     53       86.2          29      29          108     money to keep their quality cornerback tandem together as Johnathan Joseph
                                                                                      is a free agent, and they need to address their linebacker corps as veteran
                                                                                      Dhani Jones is also up for a new deal. Ultimately, the Bengals need a pass
Shaun Suisham, PIT                                                         Bye: 11    rusher to help the entire defense, and until they find someone to wreak havoc
Shaun Suisham replaced Jeff Reed as the Steelers' kicker in Week 11 and               on opposing quarterbacks, they'll struggle. Moreover, the Bengals defense will
finished the regular season hitting 14 of 15 field goals and adding 19 extra          see a lot of strong offenses in 2011 and don't have a potent kick-return game,
points. He might get some competition for his job after missing a pair of long        so there's not a lot to like here. Consider other options before the Bengals DST
field goals in the postseason (including an ill-advised attempt in Super Bowl         on Draft Day.
XLV), but if he winds up as the Steelers' kicker, he might pick up some points.
Problem is that he has not been a reliable Fantasy option over his career, nor                       ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
have the Steelers typically had reliable Fantasy kickers. Think late-round pick,      Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
if at all, on Suisham in 2011.                                                        2011 (proj)       18        8       30      2         0          23.6 335.5      126
                                                                                      2010              16       10       27      2         0          24.7 332.0      147
              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy   2009              19        6       34      4         0          18.2 301.4      196
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points
2011 (proj)      24         29     48       82.8          38      38          110
2010             14         15     48       93.3          19      19          61      Bills                                                                            Bye: 7
2009             20         24     48       83.3          25      26          85      The Bills DST is not a good Fantasy option heading into this season. There is
                                                                                      some talent on defense in Paul Posluszny and Jairus Byrd, and if Shawne
Lawrence Tynes, NYG                                                         Bye: 7    Merriman can return to health that would be a huge boost. The Bills also added
Lawrence Tynes remains a No. 2 Fantasy kicker in the majority of leagues.             rookies Marcel Dareus (defensive tackle), Aaron Williams (cornerback) and
He's never made more than 27 field goals in a year, and in 2010 he had just 19        Kelvin Sheppard (linebacker) in the draft, but they won’t make a significant
made field goals on 23 attempts. He does have 88 extra points the past two            enough impact right away. In 2010, the Bills were among the bottom five teams
seasons, which shows the potential of this Giants offense, but Tynes has a lot        in Fantasy points with just 11 interceptions, 27 sacks, 11 fumble recoveries,
to prove to Fantasy owners before they should consider starting him each              four defensive touchdowns, 425 points allowed and 911 tackles. There is
week. Tynes is best suited as a bye-week replacement off waivers in the               potential on special teams with C.J. Spiller, but the Bills DST is not worth
majority of leagues, but if you decide to draft him do so with a last-round pick      drafting in the majority of leagues. If they start off the season playing well then
on Draft Day.                                                                         add them off the waiver wire as a bye-week replacement.

              ------------ Field Goals ------------   -- Extra Points --    Fantasy                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year           Made         Att    LG       Pct          Made     Att        Points   Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2011 (proj)      24         28     47       85.7          39      39          111     2011 (proj)       15        8       25      3         0          27.1 335.4      121
2010             19         23     53       82.6          43      43          104     2010              11       11       27      4         0          26.6 361.6      139
2009             27         32     52       84.4          45      45          128     2009              28        5       34      2         0          20.4 340.6      184

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Broncos                                                                        Bye: 6     Cardinals                                                                       Bye: 6
The Broncos DST needs work heading into 2011, and new head coach John                     The Cardinals defense has quality players with Darnell Dockett, Adrian Wilson
Fox should make improvements. But that doesn’t mean Fantasy owners are                    and rookie cornerback Patrick Peterson leading the way, but the Cardinals
going to draft this unit in the majority of leagues. Denver has aging veterans on         DST struggled last year with just five games with more than 15 Fantasy points.
defense with Champ Bailey and Brian Dawkins, and the Broncos need pass-                   They also had just 30 turnovers and 33 sacks. Now, what saved the Cardinals
rush specialist Elvis Dumervil (chest) to return at 100 percent. They did well in         DST in 2010 was 10 touchdowns, but they need to be more consistent.
the draft with six picks going to the defensive side of the ball, including first-        Hopefully the addition of new defensive coordinator Ray Horton will help, but
rounder Von Miller and second-rounder Rahim Moore, but as we all know,                    the Cardinals DST should be considered a No. 2 option on Draft Day. Don’t
most rookies take time to develop. In 2010, the Broncos DST struggled with                draft the Cardinals DST in the majority of leagues, but they could be a bye-
only six games with double digits in Fantasy points in a standard league. That’s          week replacement if they start out the season playing well.
not good, and the unit needs to start the season playing well if Fantasy owners
are going to add them off the waiver wire. Our advice would be to avoid the                              ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Broncos DST on Draft Day.                                                                 Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
                                                                                          2011 (proj)       14        9       33      4         0          24.8 348.8      135
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy   2010              17       13       33     10         0          27.1 373.6      191
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   2009              21        8       43      3         0          20.3 346.8      189
2011 (proj)       13       10       32      3         0           24.3 357.4      128
2010              10        8       23      2         0           29.4 390.8      99
2009              17       13       39      4         0           20.3 315.0      197     Chargers                                                                        Bye: 6
                                                                                          The Chargers will have a new defensive coordinator in 2011 with Greg
                                                                                          Manusky stepping in to replace Ron Rivera, who is now the head coach in
Browns                                                                         Bye: 5     Carolina. But Manusky, who was the 49ers defensive coordinator for the past
The Browns DST didn't post great totals in 2010, and a big reason for it was a            four seasons, will run the same 3-4 system. Now, the Chargers will likely be
lack of production from their heralded special-teams unit. Josh Cribbs didn't             without standout return man Darren Sproles, who is expected to leave as a free
score a touchdown on special teams for the first time in his career. But the              agent, but San Diego should still have quality players on defense. The
Browns aren't expected to take Cribbs' role there away from him, and the                  Chargers have averaged three touchdowns, 15 interceptions, 36 sacks and
additions they made in the draft in Phil Taylor and Jabaal Sheard suggest                 nine fumble recoveries over the past three seasons, and they are capable of
they're going young in their 4-3 defensive realignment. The Browns defense                reaching those stats again this year. Consider the Chargers DST a low-end No.
had 19 interceptions, nine forced fumbles (nine recovered), 29 sacks and three            1 option on Draft Day with a late-round pick.
touchdowns last year. They allowed 332 points and 5,601 total yards, both
down from last year, and with young talent like Joe Haden, T.J. Ward and                                 ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Ahtyba Rubin, they have room to take the next step in 2011. Their schedule                Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
has a lot of firepower on it, a strike against them for sure, but they will have          2011 (proj)       17        7       42      2         0          21.7 289.8      166
some favorable matchups. We'd look for the Browns DST off waivers as a one-               2010              16        6       47      3         1          20.1 271.6      203
week replacement.                                                                         2009              14       11       34      5         1          20.0 326.9      188

               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   Chiefs                                                                          Bye: 6
2011 (proj)       18        8       26      2         0           22.8 333.8      122     The Chiefs DST had a solid year in 2010 and improved dramatically under
2010              19        9       29      3         0           20.8 350.1      163     coordinator Romeo Crennel. They should play well once again this season. It
2009              10        9       40      4         1           23.4 389.2      152     helped the defense that rookie safety Eric Berry (92 tackles and four
                                                                                          interceptions) had an outstanding season, and the Chiefs also got quality play
                                                                                          out of Tamba Hali (14.5 sacks) and Derrick Johnson (121 tackles). Along with
Buccaneers                                                                     Bye: 8     Brandon Flowers and Glenn Dorsey, Kansas City has some nice talent on
Tampa Bay's offense is on the rise, but its defense is changing. Prized but               defense, including the addition of rookies Justin Houston, Allen Bailey and Jalil
troubled cornerback Aqib Talib is expected to be suspended to start the year              Brown. And on special teams, with speedsters Dexter McCluster and Javier
(assuming the Bucs don't release him following an off-field incident), stud               Arenas, the Chiefs are always a threat to score. Plan on drafting the Chiefs
inside linebacker Barrett Ruud is a free agent and both safety spots aren't               DST with a late-round pick in deep leagues or adding them off the waiver wire
confidently filled. However, the team addressed its pass rush with the                    as a bye-week replacement in standard formats. They aren’t good enough to
selections of ends Adrian Clayborn and Da'Quan Bowers in April's draft. If they           be a solid No. 1 option yet, but the potential is definitely there based on the
pan out, they should get to the quarterback. But their problems are magnified             players they have on defense and special teams.
when a challenging schedule that includes potent offenses from the NFC
North, AFC South and of course the Saints and Falcons twice each is                                      ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
considered. The bottom line is that this DST is worth avoiding on Draft Day.              Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
Instead, consider them a one-week replacement off waivers when faced with a               2011 (proj)       18        9       37      5         0          21.3 330.9      153
good matchup during the season.                                                           2010              14        9       38      4         0          20.4 330.2      180
                                                                                          2009              15       13       23      5         1          26.5 388.1      163
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points
2011 (proj)       15        8       28      2         0           23.3 355.3      118     Colts                                                                          Bye: 11
2010              19        9       26      4         0           19.9 332.7      174     The Colts DST was awful last year, and with no significant changes on the
2009              19       10       28      5         0           25.0 365.6      152     horizon for them heading into the 2011 season, chances are they'll be easy to
                                                                                          pass on come Draft Day. Last year they posted five touchdowns (two on
                                                                                          returns) but accounted for just 30 sacks, 10 interceptions and 12 forced
                                                                                          fumbles, while giving up 388 points (24 per game). The Colts' schedule is
                                                                                          loaded with potent offenses, and there's a real good chance Indy allows plenty
                                                                                          of points again in 2011. Look elsewhere for Fantasy help on Draft Day.

                                                                                                         ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
                                                                                          Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
                                                                                          2011 (proj)       13       12       33      3         0          23.3 355.1      133
                                                                                          2010              10       11       30      5         0          24.3 341.6      146
                                                                                          2009              16        9       34      3         0          19.2 339.2      172




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Cowboys                                                                        Bye: 5     Falcons                                                                        Bye: 8
The Cowboys DST is a great Fantasy sleeper with the addition of Rob Ryan as               The Falcons DST finished as a top 12 Fantasy option in 2010, but they did so
defensive coordinator. Ryan has done well in previous stops in Cleveland and              quietly. Despite handling 22 interceptions, totaling five touchdowns (two on
Oakland, but he's never had this much talent, especially talent that's used to a          returns) and yielding just 288 points, Atlanta was left with 31 sacks and 14
3-4 scheme. And with Dez Bryant leading the return game, the Cowboys DST                  forced fumbles while giving up more than 3,600 passing yards. So while it was
should be solid. The unit struggled in 2010, but the Cowboys should rebound               a good unit -- especially in those matchups against the Panthers, Seahawks
this year. Plan on drafting the Cowboys DST with a late-round pick in all                 and Browns -- it just wasn't quite a must-start option. Immediately following the
leagues. Playing against the NFC West and AFC East as part of their schedule              season the Falcons jettisoned safety Erik Coleman, making it clear that they're
won't hurt things, either.                                                                going to try and improve their play there. They also could stand to add another
                                                                                          pass rusher and retain kick returner Eric Weems. But the biggest issue with
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy   this unit is the schedule. Not only will it have two games each against the
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   Saints and Buccaneers, but it will also duel with the AFC South, NFC North,
2011 (proj)       21       10       44      4         0           23.0 332.9      162     the Eagles and the Giants in 2011. It's hard to believe the Falcons will hold
2010              20       10       36      7         0           27.3 351.8      184     down opponents to low scores, making the unit one to pass on come Draft
2009              11       10       42      3         0           15.6 316.5      186     Day. Look for them on waivers when they have games against the Panthers.

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Dolphins                                                                       Bye: 5     Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
The Dolphins DST has all the pieces in place to be a solid unit, but Miami still          2011 (proj)       16        9       30      4         0          22.5 329.9      136
enters this season as a No. 2 Fantasy option. The Dolphins DST has to prove               2010              22        9       31      5         0          18.0 332.4      195
itself first before Fantasy owners can trust them. Miami has an excellent pass            2009              15       13       28      3         0          20.3 348.9      168
rusher in Cameron Wake, a play-making linebacker in Karlos Dansby and a
good secondary that includes Yeremiah Bell and Vontae Davis. They also have
an innovative defensive coordinator in Mike Nolan and some decent                         49ers                                                                          Bye: 7
complementary parts. But with that same cast of characters last year, the                 The 49ers DST benefits from several things, mainly some talented players
Dolphins managed just 163 Fantasy points in a standard league, which ranked               (Patrick Willis, Dashon Goldson, Justin Smith, Nate Clements and Takeo
outside of the Top 20. The Dolphins DST has the chance to improve in 2011,                Spikes on defense and Ted Ginn on special teams), and now it's up to new
but the safe bet is to add them off the waiver wire if they start out playing well        defensive coordinator Vic Fangio to get them playing at a high level. In 2010,
or as a bye-week replacement. The Dolphins DST is not yet at the level where              the 49ers had just 36 sacks and 22 turnovers, which was a decline from 2009.
you consider them a starting option.                                                      We consider the 49ers DST a No. 2 option on Draft Day. The potential is there
                                                                                          for them to be a starting unit, but owners should only use them as a bye-week
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy   replacement going into the year with the hope that they can become a regular
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   option with more consistent play.
2011 (proj)       14       10       36      2         0           22.6 325.7      128
2010              11        8       39      1         1           20.8 309.3      163                    ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
2009              15        6       43      4         0           24.4 349.4      157     Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
                                                                                          2011 (proj)       17        7       32      4         0          21.5 339.8      136
                                                                                          2010              15        7       36      5         0          21.6 327.8      174
Eagles                                                                         Bye: 7     2009              18       15       44      4         0          17.6 326.4      230
The Eagles DST continues to be a dynamic unit thanks to their aggressive
play-calling and the return abilities of DeSean Jackson, and the additions of
Nnamdi Asomugha and Jason Babin only make them more intriguing. Where                     Giants                                                                         Bye: 7
there's a wrinkle is at defensive coordinator where Juan Castillo -- the Eagles'          The Giants DST should be considered a No. 1 Fantasy option on Draft Day
former offensive line coach -- will call the plays. That sounds really strange but        because they have all the elements you look for in a quality unit. The biggest
Castillo is a grizzled football vet who Andy Reid trusts to run the defense. They         asset to the Giants is their pass rush with talented players like Justin Tuck and
also have defensive line coach Jim Washburn to help the pass rush explode. In             Osi Umenyiora and a quality defensive backfield with Antrel Rolle, Kenny
the past two years, the Eagles DST has 19 games with double digits in Fantasy             Phillips and rookie Prince Amukamara, who was drafted in the first round. In
points. They do a good job of rushing the passer and have the ability to create           2010, the Giants had nine games with double digits in Fantasy points, including
turnovers with back to back seasons of 20-plus interceptions. We like the                 four games with 20 or more points. They had 12 games with double digits in
Eagles DST as a solid No. 1 Fantasy option, and they are worth a late-round               sacks and 16 total interceptions. That’s the type of production you can expect
pick in all leagues.                                                                      from the Giants DST, and they are worth drafting with a late-round pick after all
                                                                                          the elite options are off the board.
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
2011 (proj)       22       10       48      5         0           19.9 319.2      206     Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2010              23       11       39      3         0           23.6 327.2      179     2011 (proj)       21       16       47      3         0          21.6 308.6      171
2009              25       13       44      6         2           21.1 321.1      236     2010              16       23       47      0         0          21.7 310.8      211
                                                                                          2009              13       11       33      4         0          26.7 323.7      173


                                                                                          Jaguars                                                                        Bye: 9
                                                                                          The Jaguars DST showed occasional flashes of what might eventually come,
                                                                                          but they were mainly a doormat in 2010. With a shattered secondary that
                                                                                          nearly every opponent had success against, the unit as a whole allowed 5,949
                                                                                          yards, 419 points and only had 13 interceptions, 26 sacks, eight forced fumbles
                                                                                          (five recovered) and one touchdown. Jacksonville's defense will continue to
                                                                                          see potent superstars from the Colts, Texans and Titans and its schedule
                                                                                          doesn't do it any favors. Tack on a draft class that added zero playmakers, and
                                                                                          the unit is in big trouble. Keep the Jaguars DST off of Fantasy rosters unless
                                                                                          you're looking for a one-week fill-in during the season.

                                                                                                         ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
                                                                                          Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
                                                                                          2011 (proj)       15        6       23      2         0          27.5 371.1      109
                                                                                          2010              13        5       26      1         0          26.2 371.8      106
                                                                                          2009              15       10       14      0         0          23.8 352.1      104

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Jets                                                                           Bye: 8     Patriots                                                                       Bye: 7
The Jets DST enters 2011 as a No. 1 Fantasy option, but they aren’t the top               The Patriots DST has the potential to be great in 2011 if they can enhance their
unit as they were in 2010. Last year, the Jets DST was solid but not                      pass rush. Otherwise, all the components are in place to succeed. Talented
spectacular. They had seven games with at least 15 Fantasy points but five                players? New England has Jerod Mayo, Devin McCourty, Pat Chung and
games with 10 points or less. The problem for the Jets is their pass rush since           rookie DB Ras-I Dowling, who was drafted in the second round. They also
they had more than three sacks just twice. They did a good job creating                   acquired Albert Haynesworth in late July to help with that pass rush. Good
turnovers with 12 interceptions and 17 forced fumbles, and they also had five             special teams? Brandon Tate proved to be a quality return man in 2010 and
defensive touchdowns. The Jets did well this offseason by drafting rookie DE              should continue to shine this year. The Patriots had at least 15 Fantasy points
Muhammad Wilkerson in Round 1 and DT Kenrick Ellis in Round 2, and they                   in a standard league in 2010 eight times, including five games in a row to close
should improve the defensive line. And with Rex Ryan calling the shots, the               the season. Plan on drafting the Patriots as a low-end No. 1 option with a late-
Jets defense should be successful this season. Plan on drafting the Jets DST              round pick. Bill Belichick will continue to improve the defense, and the Patriots
as a starting option with a late-round pick in all formats.                               DST should excel.

               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2011 (proj)       13       11       39      4         0           20.5 298.1      207     2011 (proj)       22       11       37      4         0          20.3 336.3      191
2010              12       18       40      5         2           19.0 291.5      228     2010              25       13       36      9         0          19.6 366.5      226
2009              17       14       32      4         0           14.8 252.3      246     2009              18       10       31      3         0          17.8 320.2      191


Lions                                                                          Bye: 9     Raiders                                                                        Bye: 8
Don't laugh, but the Lions DST finished as a Top 12 unit in standard-scoring              The Raiders DST made tremendous strides in 2010 and was even a starting
formats last season, and they might do it again this season. The Lions really             option in several leagues by the end of the season. The Raiders did a good job
got a boost from defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who accounted for 10 of                  with their pass rush (seven players had at least four sacks with 47 total), they
the team's 44 sacks, and as a result they allowed fewer than 5,500 total yards,           had seven interceptions, 12 fumble recoveries and seven touchdowns, which
which is less than the Patriots and Cowboys allowed. They even upgraded at                set a new high for the past four seasons. Three of those touchdowns came on
safety this offseason by signing veteran Erik Coleman and added rookie                    returns thanks to Jacoby Ford, but the Raiders have some quality defenders in
defensive tackle Nick Fairley to pair with Suh. Now the bad news: Detroit faces           Tyvon Branch, Richard Seymour, Michael Huff, Rolando McClain and
several strong offenses in 2011, including the Packers twice and the Saints,              Kamerion Wimbley. Oakland has some tough matchups this year against the
Falcons, Buccaneers, Cowboys and Chargers, making their DST a tough                       AFC East and NFC North along with two games against San Diego, but the
choice on Draft Day. Your best bet is to pick them off waivers and use them as            Raiders could be a decent option to use if you rotate your DST on a weekly
a one-week replacement during the season – assuming they don't make any                   basis, especially if they are able to bring back free agent CB Nnamdi
other splashes in free agency, in which case they would be worth drafting.                Asomugha. They won’t be a starting option in the majority of leagues, but you
                                                                                          can use the Raiders DST in deeper formats and as a bye-week replacement.
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
2011 (proj)       14       12       44      4         1           22.6 341.3      154     Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2010              14       15       44      4         1           23.1 343.6      186     2011 (proj)       11        9       35      4         0          25.3 365.2      131
2009               9       13       26      3         2           30.9 392.1      116     2010              12       12       47      7         2          23.2 322.8      211
                                                                                          2009               8       12       37      0         0          23.7 361.9      121

Packers                                                                        Bye: 8
The Packers DST wound up being one of the best in Fantasy in 2010, so                     Rams                                                                           Bye: 5
expectations are they'll be strong again in 2011. The unit racked up 24                   The Rams DST has potential to be a successful unit, but they should be
interceptions, 47 sacks, 15 forced fumbles (eight recovered) and four defensive           considered a No. 2 Fantasy option coming into the year. St. Louis lost standout
touchdowns (no special teams scores). Unlike several other defenses, the                  DB O.J. Atogwe, who signed with the Redskins, but Steve Spagnuolo's crew
Packers have nearly all of their starters in place for another run – they even            still has some young talent up front in James Laurinaitis and Chris Long. Still,
have incredible depth at linebacker and cornerback. The Packers' schedule is              the Rams need work, and they had no defensive touchdowns in 2010 or
tougher – they face a lot of really potent offenses in 2011 – but so long as Dom          special teams scores. The Rams had 43 sacks, but they only forced 26
Capers is at the control of this unit, consider the Packers DST a high-quality            turnovers. If the Rams DST can improve early in the year then look for them off
No. 1 option worth a middle- to late-round pick. They might be tops in the                the waiver wire as a bye-week replacement. But don't plan on drafting the
league in 2011.                                                                           Rams DST in the majority of leagues.

               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2011 (proj)       23        9       44      6         0           19.7 319.8      208     2011 (proj)       15       11       44      2         0          22.5 350.6      140
2010              24        8       47      4         0           15.0 309.1      233     2010              14       12       43      0         1          20.5 336.8      163
2009              30       10       37      4         1           18.6 284.4      241     2009               8       11       25      1         0          27.3 372.8      107


Panthers                                                                       Bye: 9     Ravens                                                                         Bye: 5
Losing Julius Peppers was just one of several big problems the Panthers DST               The Ravens DST finished 2010 as a Top-12 unit, but it didn't come easy.
incurred last season, and without improvements this offseason they'll struggle            Thanks to a strong finish propelled in part by the return of safety Ed Reed, the
again in 2011. They're in a tough division with three solid offenses and have             defense wound up with 19 interceptions, 15 forced fumbles (eight recovered),
matchups against the offensively loaded AFC South and NFC North coming                    but just 27 sacks and three touchdowns. The special teams unit added another
up. So even though they boast one of the league's best linebackers in Jon                 touchdown on a David Reed kickoff return. While some Fantasy owners might
Beason and have a pair of burgeoning young defenders in Charles Johnson                   have lost interest in the Ravens due to how they played over the first two-thirds
and Charles Godfrey, Fantasy owners should stay far, far away from this unit              of the season, there's optimism based on the last third as well as their excellent
this summer.                                                                              schedule. We'd consider this DST draftable somewhere in the late rounds.

               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2011 (proj)       14        9       33      1         0           26.4 339.9      117     2011 (proj)       17       10       30      3         0          18.4 316.3      166
2010              17       12       31      1         1           25.5 335.9      145     2010              19        8       27      4         0          16.9 318.9      193
2009              22       15       31      1         2           19.3 315.8      197     2009              22       10       32      4         0          16.3 300.5      222


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Redskins                                                                       Bye: 5     Texans                                                                         Bye: 11
The Redskins DST has some solid playmakers on the defensive side with the                 The Texans DST got a facelift this offseason after finishing dead last in several
new addition of DB Oshiomogho Atogwe and rookie DE Ryan Kerrigan to go                    defensive categories as well as ending up as the worst DST in Fantasy
with London Fletcher, DeAngelo Hall, Brian Orakpo and LaRon Landry. They                  Football. Houston signed Wade Phillips to be its defensive coordinator and will
also got rid of Albert Haynesworth in late July. But this unit needs to improve           move to a 3-4 scheme in 2011. The team also drafted defensive lineman J.J.
tremendously for Fantasy owners to count on them. In 2010, the Redskins had               Watt and pass rusher Brooks Reed with their first two picks in April's draft. But
just six games with double digits in Fantasy points, including only one in the            it's their secondary that remains the weak spot after giving up 33 passing
final eight games. The Redskins DST did have three touchdowns, but they had               touchdowns in 2010. Big questions surrounding the health of LB DeMeco
just 40 sacks and 27 turnovers. Go into the season with the Redskins DST as a             Ryans (Achilles'), the personnel on special teams and how soon the team can
No. 2 Fantasy option, and they should only be used as a bye-week                          adjust to the new defensive scheme remain. The Texans DST is not worthy of
replacement in the majority of leagues.                                                   being drafted at this point, though they are a solid consideration as a one-week
                                                                                          replacement during the season when faced with a favorable matchup.
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points                  ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
2011 (proj)       16        8       28      2         0           24.3 379.4      120     Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
2010              14       13       29      3         0           23.6 389.3      147     2011 (proj)       14       10       29      2         0          24.9 368.3      121
2009              11        6       40      0         0           21.0 319.7      146     2010              13        5       30      0         0          26.7 376.9      96
                                                                                          2009              14       13       28      4         2          20.8 324.8      180

Saints                                                                       Bye: 11
What's in store for the Saints DST in 2011? After regressing a bit last season,           Titans                                                                          Bye: 6
the team already added interior line help with big defensive tackle Shaun                 The Titans defense was a mixed bag last season, which means the unit could
Rogers, and he could go a long way in helping New Orleans get better against              rebound for the 2010 season. Even with injuries robbing the defensive line of
the run and force some turnovers. They also landed some pass rush help with               some good talent including first-round pick Derrick Morgan, the Titans
Cameron Jordan, the team's first-round pick. And while the Saints' secondary              registered 40 sacks. They forced 17 fumbles, recovering eight, and added 17
was solid for much of 2010, they only picked off nine passes after hawking 26             interceptions, a pair of safeties, three touchdowns (two on returns by Marc
in 2009. The challenge for the Saints D will come in their schedule as they take          Mariani) and yielded 339 points over 16 games. There's room for this defense
on potent offenses from the NFC North and AFC South along with their own                  to not just be improved, but perhaps the best in its division after a nice draft
intra-division battles, so they're going to give up some points. Save for die-hard        haul that included linebackers Akeem Ayers and Colin McCarthy and defensive
fans, this unit shouldn't get drafted in standard 10- and 12-team leagues. If             tackle Jurrell Casey. If they can find a cornerback to play opposite Cortland
anything, check for them off waivers when they have juicy matchups against                Finnegan and a new contract (or replacement) for DE Jason Babin, they could
the Panthers.                                                                             be good. However, it won't help them that they play in an offensively potent
                                                                                          division or face tough offenses in the Steelers, Ravens, Saints, Falcons and
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy   Buccaneers in 2011. Save for the five games where they might shut an offense
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   down, the Titans DST isn't worth considering. Look elsewhere for Fantasy help.
2011 (proj)       15       13       44      5         2           21.1 314.5      166
2010               9       16       33      2         1           19.2 306.3      179                    ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
2009              26       13       36      9         0           21.3 357.8      230     Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
                                                                                          2011 (proj)       17       10       37      3         0          22.4 366.5      141
                                                                                          2010              17        8       40      3         2          21.2 367.7      176
Seahawks                                                                       Bye: 6     2009              20        7       32      4         0          25.1 365.6      166
The Seahawks DST has a long way to go before Fantasy owners can count on
them this season. There is some talent there with David Hawthorne, Chris
Clemons and Earl Thomas, and Leon Washington remains a star on special                    Vikings                                                                         Bye: 9
teams. But this unit is still not worth using as a No. 1 Fantasy option. In 2010,         The Vikings defense was a big disappointment in 2010 and could well be on
including the playoffs, Seattle had six defensive touchdowns, 13 interceptions,           their way to struggling again in 2011. Their paltry totals -- 31 sacks, 15
41 sacks, 11 fumble recoveries and 19 forced fumbles. Don't worry about the               interceptions, 11 forced fumbles and three touchdowns (one on special teams)
Seahawks DST on Draft Day, but if they do improve early in the year then they             -- combined with 348 points and 5,002 yards allowed made them weak Fantasy
could be a useful one-week replacement off the waiver wire.                               options. The team is expected to have a hole at defensive tackle due to Pat
                                                                                          Williams' departure and might part ways with outside linebacker Ben Leber. Its
               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy   safety depth is also a major concern, so the door is open for opposing offenses
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points   to run through this unit if it doesn't fix its problems. The Vikings also have a
2011 (proj)       14        8       29      4         0           25.6 362.8      129     challenging schedule and will face a number of strong running teams. This is
2010              12       10       37      6         1           25.4 368.6      177     going to sound funny, but do not draft the Vikings DST in 2011. There are safer
2009              13       10       28      3         0           24.4 356.4      142     options out there.

                                                                                                         ------------------ Totals ------------------   --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Steelers                                                                     Bye: 11      Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                           PTSA YDSA       Points
By name, the Steelers defense is considered one of the best and as such will              2011 (proj)       15       10       35      2         0          23.9 337.7      129
be off the board earlier than most DSTs in 2011. That perception matched                  2010              15       10       31      3         0          21.8 312.6      159
reality in 2010 as the defense rebounded from a paltry 2009 and led all DSTs              2009              11       13       47      3         1          19.5 305.5      203
in standard-scoring formats. The Steelers totaled 48 sacks, 21 interceptions,
24 forced fumbles with 14 recovered and four touchdowns (one on special
teams). The Steelers had a healthy Troy Polamalu for much of the year and
also saw excellent defensive line play from Ziggy Hood, who shouldered a big
load with Aaron Smith out with an arm injury (rookie Cameron Heyward should
help them out there, too). The rise of linebackers LaMarr Woodley and
Lawrence Timmons also helped Pittsburgh a great deal. Consider them a No. 1
option worth taking in Round 10.

               ------------------ Totals ------------------    --- Per Game --- Fantasy
Year             INT DFR SACK DTD STY                            PTSA YDSA       Points
2011 (proj)       24       13       50      6         0           18.4 285.9      256
2010              21       14       48      4         0           14.5 276.8      254
2009              12       10       46      3         0           20.3 305.3      186


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2010 Final Statistics
Quarterbacks
                     Passing                                             Rushing                      Misc
Player                Att      Cmp    Yds     TD       INT     Rate      Att     Yds      Avg    TD   FL     FPTS
Tom Brady             492      324   3,900    36         4     111.0     31       30       1.0    1    1      371
Aaron Rodgers         475      312   3,922    28        11     101.2     64      356       5.6    4    1      359
Peyton Manning        679      450   4,700    33        17     91.9      18       18       1.0    0    1      351
Michael Vick          372      233   3,018    21         6     100.2     100     676       6.8    9    3      351
Philip Rivers         541      357   4,710    30        13     101.8     29       52       1.8    0    4      341
Drew Brees            658      448   4,620    33        22     90.9      18       -3      -0.2    0    2      334
Matt Ryan             571      357   3,705    28         9     91.0      46      122       2.7    0    3      308
Josh Freeman          474      291   3,451    25         6     95.9      68      364       5.4    0    3      308
Eli Manning           539      339   4,002    31        25     85.3      32       70       2.2    0    5      293
Matt Schaub           574      365   4,370    24        12     92.0      22       28       1.3    0    3      292
Matt Cassel           450      262   3,116    27         7     93.0      33      125       3.8    0    1      282
Joe Flacco            489      306   3,622    25        10     93.6      43       84       2.0    1    4      280
Carson Palmer         586      362   3,970    26        20     82.4      32       50       1.6    0    3      275
David Garrard         366      236   2,734    23        15     90.8      66      279       4.2    5    4      266
Jay Cutler            432      261   3,274    23        16     86.3      50      232       4.6    1    6      255
Kyle Orton            498      293   3,652    20         9     87.5      22       98       4.5    0    4      249
Ryan Fitzpatrick      441      255   3,000    23        15     81.8      40      269       6.7    0    5      244
Ben Roethlisberger    389      240   3,200    17         5     97.0      34      176       5.2    2    3      243
Mark Sanchez          507      278   3,291    17        13     75.3      30      105       3.5    3    1      235
Sam Bradford          590      354   3,512    18        15     76.5      27       63       2.3    1    2      226
Donovan McNabb        472      275   3,377    14        15     77.1      29      151       5.2    0    1      202
Shaun Hill            416      257   2,686    16        12     81.3      22      123       5.6    0    1      191
Jon Kitna             318      209   2,365    16        12     88.9      30      150       5.0    1    1      189
Chad Henne            490      301   3,301    15        19     75.4      35       52       1.5    0    2      185
Jason Campbell        329      194   2,387    13         8     84.5      47      222       4.7    1    1      183
Matt Hasselbeck       444      266   3,001    12        17     73.2      23       60       2.6    3    5      172
Alex Smith            342      204   2,370    14        10     82.1      18       60       3.3    0    2      162
Kerry Collins         278      160   1,823    14         8     82.2      10        1       0.1    0    3      136
Tony Romo             213      148   1,605    11         7     94.9       6       38       6.3    0    0      120
Brett Favre           358      217   2,509    11        19     69.9      17        8       0.5    0    5      118
Vince Young           156       93   1,255    10         3     98.6      25      125       5.0    0    4      108
Tim Tebow             82        41    654      5         3     82.1      43      227       5.3    6    0      108
Derek Anderson        327      169   2,065     7        10     65.9       5       25       5.0    0    3      102
Colt McCoy            222      135   1,576     6         9     74.5      28      136       4.9    1    0      101
Troy Smith            145       73   1,176     5         4     77.8      23      121       5.3    1    0      87
Kevin Kolb            189      115   1,197     7         7     76.1      14       68       4.9    0    3      75
Rex Grossman          133       74    884      7         4     81.2       3        6       2.0    0    4      65
Drew Stanton          119       69    780      4         3     78.4      18      113       6.3    1    1      64
Jimmy Clausen         299      157   1,558     3         9     58.4      23       57       2.5    0    2      63
Matthew Stafford      96        57    535      6         1     91.3       4       11       2.8    1    1      62
Bruce Gradkowski      158       83   1,059     5         7     65.9      12       41       3.4    0    1      60
Seneca Wallace        101       64    694      4         2     88.5       7        9       1.3    0    0      47
Matt Moore            143       79    857      5        10     55.6       5       25       5.0    0    2      42
Charlie Whitehurst    99        57    507      2         3     65.5      20       43       2.1    1    0      40
Joe Webb              89        54    477      0         3     60.9      18      120       6.7    2    0      37
John Skelton          126       60    662      2         2     62.3      10       49       4.9    0    1      36
Tyler Thigpen         62        33    435      2         2     73.0      13       73       5.6    0    0      32
Matt Flynn            66        40    433      3         2     82.4       9       26       2.9    0    1      31
Tarvaris Jackson      58        34    341      3         4     63.9       7       63       9.0    0    0      31
Jake Delhomme         149       93    872      2         7     63.4       8       -2      -0.2    0    1      30
Charlie Batch         49        29    352      3         3     76.2       7       30       4.3    0    0      29
Stephen McGee         44        22    238      2         0     81.4      13       74       5.7    0    0      28
Trent Edwards         101       55    521      2         5     54.9      14       58       4.1    0    0      27
Todd Bouman           34        18    222      2         2     68.5       2        8       4.0    0    0      16
Mark Brunell          13         7    117      2         1     92.0       0        0       0.0    0    0      14
Dennis Dixon          32        22    254      0         1     79.4       5       32       6.4    0    1       9
Brian St. Pierre      28        13    173      1         2     48.7       0        0       0.0    0    0       8
Brian Hoyer           15         7    122      1         1     69.3      10       -8      -0.8    0    0       8
Josh Johnson          16        14    111      0         0     95.6       4       39       9.8    0    0       7
Kellen Clemens         2         1      6      0         0     56.2       2        9      4.5     1    0       6
Max Hall              78        39    370      1         6     35.7       1       -5      -5.0    0    2       4
Richard Bartel        28        16    150      0         1     57.1       0        0       0.0    0    0       4
Luke McCown           19        11    120      0         0     76.6       1        4       4.0    0    0       4
Caleb Hanie            7         5     55      0         0     94.3       1       -1      -1.0    0    0       2
Tony Pike             12         6     47      0         0     60.1       0        0       0.0    0    0       1
Byron Leftwich         7         5     42      0         0     86.6       0        0       0.0    0    0       1
Tyler Palko            6         4     35      0         0     81.9       2        5       2.5    0    0       1
Chase Daniel           3         2     16      0         0     79.9       2       16       8.0    0    0       1
Rusty Smith           40        20    200      0         4     25.0       0        0       0.0    0    0       0
David Carr            13         5     67      0         1     23.6       0        0       0.0    0    0       0
Kyle Boller            4         2     25      0         1     30.2       7       18       2.6    0    0       0
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Running Backs
                        Rushing                                Receiving                              Misc
Player                  Att        Yds     Avg        TD       Trgt      Rcpt      Yds    Avg    TD   FL          FPTS
Arian Foster            326       1,614    5.0        16        84        66       604     9.2    2    2           325
Adrian Peterson         283       1,298    4.6        12        50        36       341     9.5    1    1           239
Jamaal Charles          230       1,467    6.4         5        65        45       468    10.4    3    2           236
Peyton Hillis           270       1,177    4.4        11        77        61       477     7.8    2    5           232
Chris Johnson           316       1,364    4.3        11        57        44       245     5.6    1    2           228
Darren McFadden         223       1,157    5.2         7        61        47       507    10.8    3    3           219
LeSean McCoy            207       1,080    5.2         7        90        78       592     7.6    2    1           219
Rashard Mendenhall      324       1,274    3.9        13        34        23       167     7.3    0    2           217
Michael Turner          334       1,371    4.1        12        20        12        85     7.1    0    2           213
Ray Rice                308       1,223    4.0         5        82        63       556     8.8    1    0           213
Matt Forte              237       1,069    4.5         6        70        51       547    10.7    3    2           212
Maurice Jones-Drew      299       1,324    4.4         5        44        34       317     9.3    2    2           199
Steven Jackson          330       1,241    3.8         6        62        46       383     8.3    0    1           196
Ahmad Bradshaw          276       1,235    4.5         8        58        47       314     6.7    0    6           192
BenJarvus Green-Ellis   229       1,008    4.4        13        16        12        85     7.1    0    0           186
Cedric Benson           321       1,111    3.5         7        38        28       178     6.4    1    5           168
LaDainian Tomlinson     219        914     4.2         6        79        52       368     7.1    0    0           163
Knowshon Moreno         182        779     4.3         5        48        37       372    10.1    3    2           158
Frank Gore              203        853     4.2         3        73        46       452     9.8    2    2           156
Mike Tolbert            182        735     4.0        11        29        25       216     8.6    0    3           156
Fred Jackson            222        927     4.2         5        54        31       215     6.9    2    2           151
Jahvid Best             172        563     3.3         4        80        58       487     8.4    2    1           138
Brandon Jacobs          147        823     5.6         9        13         7        59     8.4    0    2           137
Thomas Jones            245        896     3.7         6        20        14       122     8.7    0    1           135
Felix Jones             185        800     4.3         1        52        48       450     9.4    1    1           135
Michael Bush            158        655     4.1         8        24        18       194    10.8    0    0           132
LeGarrette Blount       201       1,007    5.0         6         7         5        14     2.8    0    3           131
Brandon Jackson         190        703     3.7         3        50        43       342     8.0    1    0           128
Danny Woodhead          97         547     5.6         5        44        34       379    11.1    1    1           125
Ronnie Brown            200        734     3.7         5        42        33       242     7.3    0    2           123
Ryan Torain             164        742     4.5         4        28        18       125     6.9    2    1           120
Ryan Mathews            157        675     4.3         7        26        22       145     6.6    0    3           117
Marshawn Lynch          202        737     3.6         6        28        22       145     6.6    0    4           115
Tim Hightower           153        736     4.8         5        42        21       136     6.5    0    4           108
Chris Ivory             137        716     5.2         5         1         1        17    17.0    0    2           98
Jonathan Stewart        178        770     4.3         2        13         8       103    12.9    1    4           97
Shonn Greene            185        766     4.1         2        23        16       120     7.5    0    2           96
Ricky Williams          159        673     4.2         2        30        19       141     7.4    1    2           95
Cadillac Williams       125        437     3.5         2        64        46       355     7.7    1    1           94
Jason Snelling          87         324     3.7         2        51        44       303     6.9    3    0           92
Rashad Jennings         84         459     5.5         4        33        26       223     8.6    0    0           91
Justin Forsett          118        523     4.4         2        50        33       252     7.6    0    0           89
Mike Goodson            103        452     4.4         3        57        40       310     7.8    0    3           88
Darren Sproles          51         270     5.3         0        75        59       520     8.8    2    3           85
Keiland Williams        65         261     4.0         3        58        39       309     7.9    2    1           84
Joseph Addai            116        495     4.3         4        26        19       124     6.5    0    1           83
Donald Brown            129        497     3.9         2        28        20       205    10.2    0    0           81
Maurice Morris          90         336     3.7         5        31        25       170     6.8    0    0           80
Brian Westbrook         77         340     4.4         4        24        16       150     9.4    1    0           79
Willis McGahee          99         377     3.8         5        18        14        55     3.9    1    2           74
John Kuhn               84         281     3.3         4        18        15        97     6.5    2    0           73
Marcel Reece            30         122     4.1         1        43        25       333    13.3    3    1           67
Marion Barber           113        374     3.3         4        15        11        49     4.5    0    0           65
Derrick Ward            51         317     6.2         4        11         7        61     8.7    0    0           61
Correll Buckhalter      59         147     2.5         2        39        28       240     8.6    2    1           60
Beanie Wells            116        397     3.4         2         8         5        74    14.8    0    0           58
Pierre Thomas           83         269     3.2         2        29        29       201     6.9    0    0           58
Chester Taylor          112        267     2.4         3        26        20       139     7.0    0    0           57
Javarris James          46         112     2.4         6        11         9        63     7.0    0    1           51
Tashard Choice          66         243     3.7         3        22        17       109     6.4    0    1           50
Toby Gerhart            81         322     4.0         1        29        21       167     8.0    0    3           48
DeAngelo Williams       87         361     4.1         1        14        11        61     5.5    0    1           46
Jerome Harrison         71         330     4.6         1        13        12        85     7.1    0    1           45
C.J. Spiller            74         283     3.8         0        31        24       157     6.5    1    3           43
Isaac Redman            52         247     4.8         0        10         9        72     8.0    2    0           43
Javon Ringer            51         239     4.7         2         8         7        44     6.3    0    0           39
Clinton Portis          54         227     4.2         2         9         5        55    11.0    0    0           39
Reggie Bush             36         150     4.2         0        43        34       208     6.1    1    1           39
Ladell Betts            45         150     3.3         2        30        23       141     6.1    0    1           39
Earnest Graham          20          99     5.0         1        19        16       130     8.1    1    1           38
Bernard Scott           61         299     4.9         1        13        11        60     5.5    0    2           37
Anthony Dixon           70         237     3.4         2         5         5        11     2.2    0    0           36
Kenneth Darby           34         107     3.1         2        13        10        61     6.1    1    0           34
Mewelde Moore           33          99     3.0         0        31        26       205     7.9    0    0           33
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Wide Receivers
                    Receiving                                        Rushing                       Misc
Player              Trgt      Rcpt      Yds      Avg        TD       Att       Yds     Avg    TD   FL          FPTS
Brandon Lloyd       153        77      1,448     18.8       11        1        -18    -18.0    0    0           210
Dwayne Bowe         132        72      1,162     16.1       15        1          4      4.0    0    0           206
Roddy White         179       115      1,389     12.1       10        1          3      3.0    0    1           200
Greg Jennings       125        76      1,265     16.6       12        1         -1     -1.0    0    0           198
Calvin Johnson      137        77      1,120     14.5       12        4         32      8.0    0    0           189
Mike Wallace        100        60      1,257     20.9       10        5         39      7.8    0    0           188
Hakeem Nicks        128        79      1,052     13.3       11        0          0      ---    0    0           171
Andre Johnson       138        86      1,216     14.1        8        2         10      5.0    0    0           170
Reggie Wayne        174       111      1,355     12.2        6        0          0      ---    0    1           169
Steve Johnson       142        82      1,073     13.1       10        0          0      ---    0    1           165
Miles Austin        119        69      1,041     15.1        7        7         93     13.3    1    1           159
Mike Williams       127        65       964      14.8       11        0          0      ---    0    2           158
Jeremy Maclin       115        70       964      13.8       10        3         36     12.0    0    1           157
DeSean Jackson       96        47      1,056     22.5        6       16        104      6.5    1    1           155
Terrell Owens       139        72       983      13.7        9        0          0      ---    0    0           152
Larry Fitzgerald    173        90      1,137     12.6        6        0          0      ---    0    0           151
Mario Manningham     92        60       944      15.7        9        1          2      2.0    0    1           146
Marques Colston     133        84      1,023     12.2        7        1          1      1.0    0    0           144
Santana Moss        146        93      1,115     12.0        6        5         -6     -1.2    0    2           143
Braylon Edwards     101        53       904      17.1        7        1          4      4.0    0    1           132
Percy Harvin        110        71       868      12.2        5       18        107      5.9    1    1           132
Kenny Britt          73        42       775      18.5        9        0          0      ---    0    1           131
Wes Welker          122        86       848       9.9        7        0          0      ---    0    0           127
Johnny Knox         100        51       960      18.8        5        1          2      2.0    0    1           124
Anquan Boldin       108        64       837      13.1        7        2          2      1.0    0    1           123
Derrick Mason       100        61       802      13.1        7        0          0      ---    0    0           122
Lance Moore          95        66       763      11.6        8        0          0      ---    0    1           122
Brandon Marshall    147        86      1,014     11.8        3        2          3      1.5    0    1           117
Deion Branch         92        61       818      13.4        6        0          0      ---    0    1           115
Pierre Garcon       119        67       784      11.7        6        2          6      3.0    0    0           114
Mike Thomas         102        66       820      12.4        4       12        114      9.5    0    3           111
Michael Crabtree    101        55       741      13.5        6        0          0      ---    0    0           110
Austin Collie        71        58       649      11.2        8        0          0      ---    0    1           110
Davone Bess         125        79       820      10.4        5        2         -3     -1.5    0    2           108
Chad Ochocinco      125        67       831      12.4        4        0          0      ---    0    0           107
Santonio Holmes      94        52       746      14.3        6        2         17      8.5    0    2           107
Malcom Floyd         77        37       717      19.4        6        0          0      ---    0    0           107
Nate Washington      94        42       687      16.4        6        1         -8     -8.0    0    0           104
Anthony Armstrong    86        44       871      19.8        3        0          0      ---    0    1           103
Hines Ward           94        59       755      12.8        5        1         -2     -2.0    0    1           103
Nate Burleson        86        55       625      11.4        6        7         81     11.6    0    2           102
Jabar Gaffney       112        65       875      13.5        2        0          0      ---    0    0           99
Mike Sims-Walker     79        43       562      13.1        7        0          0      ---    0    1           96
James Jones          87        50       679      13.6        5        0          0      ---    0    1           95
Robert Meachem       66        44       638      14.5        5        4         14      3.5    0    0           94
Danny Amendola      123        85       689       8.1        3        7         81     11.6    0    1           92
Kevin Walter         80        51       621      12.2        5        0          0      ---    0    0           92
Dez Bryant           72        45       561      12.5        6        1          0      0.0    0    1           90
Mike Williams       110        65       751      11.6        2        1          0      0.0    0    0           87
Jacoby Ford          53        25       470      18.8        2       10        155     15.5    2    1           84
Eddie Royal         105        59       627      10.6        3        6         61     10.2    0    2           82
Roy Williams         64        37       530      14.3        5        0          0      ---    0    2           81
Steve Breaston       88        47       718      15.3        1        3         35     11.7    0    0           80
Josh Morgan          80        44       698      15.9        2        2         17      8.5    0    1           80
Lee Evans            82        37       578      15.6        4        0          0      ---    0    1           79
Jordan Shipley       75        52       600      11.5        3        0          0      ---    0    0           78
Donald Driver        84        51       565      11.1        4        0          0      ---    0    1           78
Ben Obomanu          50        30       494      16.5        4        2         17      8.5    0    0           78
Brandon Gibson       91        53       620      11.7        2        3         28      9.3    0    0           76
Jacoby Jones         79        51       562      11.0        3        2          7      3.5    0    0           76
Louis Murphy         78        41       609      14.9        2        1         43     43.0    0    1           74
Earl Bennett         70        46       561      12.2        3        2          9      4.5    0    0           74
Devin Hester         73        40       475      11.9        4        7         30      4.3    0    0           74
Steve Smith          75        48       529      11.0        3        0          0      ---    0    0           70
Randy Moss           63        28       393      14.0        5        0          0      ---    0    0           69
David Gettis         67        37       508      13.7        3        3          2      0.7    0    0           68
Brian Hartline       73        43       615      14.3        1        2         27     13.5    0    1           67
Jason Avant          76        51       573      11.2        1        0          0      ---    0    0           65
Mohamed Massaquoi    74        36       483      13.4        2        1         -3     -3.0    0    1           65
Brandon Tate         46        24       432      18.0        3        5         62     12.4    0    1           65
Blair White          58        36       355       9.9        5        0          0      ---    0    0           65
Jordy Nelson         64        45       582      12.9        2        0          0      ---    0    3           64
Steve Smith         102        46       554      12.0        2        1          9      9.0    0    2           63
Michael Jenkins      73        41       505      12.3        2        0          0      ---    0    0           62
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                      Receiving                                        Rushing                      Misc
Player                Trgt      Rcpt     Yds       Avg        TD       Att       Yds    Avg    TD   FL          FPTS
Deon Butler            70        36      385       10.7        4        2          6     3.0    0    0           62
Brandon LaFell         75        38      468       12.3        1        1         60    60.0    0    0           58
Patrick Crayton        42        28      514       18.4        1        0          0     ---    0    0           57
T.J. Houshmandzadeh    58        30      398       13.3        3        0          0     ---    0    0           57
Jerricho Cotchery      87        41      433       10.6        2        4         -3    -0.8    0    0           55
Roscoe Parrish         53        33      400       12.1        2        3         23     7.7    0    0           54
Arrelious Benn         39        25      395       15.8        2        6         35     5.8    0    0           54
David Nelson           48        31      353       11.4        3        0          0     ---    0    0           53
Devery Henderson       61        34      464       13.6        1        3          8     2.7    0    0           52
Brian Robiskie         51        29      310       10.7        3        0          0     ---    0    0           49
Emmanuel Sanders       49        28      376       13.4        2        0          0     ---    0    1           47
Laurent Robinson       74        34      344       10.1        2        2        -14    -7.0    0    0           46
Darrius Heyward-Bey    65        26      366       14.1        1        4         48    12.0    0    1           44
Legedu Naanee          46        23      371       16.1        1        3         -2    -0.7    0    1           43
Vincent Jackson        24        14      248       17.7        3        1         14    14.0    0    0           43
Brad Smith              7         4       44       11.0        0       38        299     7.9    1    1           43
Mark Clayton           42        23      306       13.3        2        1          6     6.0    0    0           42
Josh Cribbs            39        23      292       12.7        1       20         66     3.3    0    0           41
Jerome Simpson         25        20      277       13.8        3        1          2     2.0    0    2           41
Andre Roberts          49        24      307       12.8        2        0          0     ---    0    1           40
Sidney Rice            42        17      280       16.5        2        0          0     ---    0    0           40
Seyi Ajirotutu         23        13      262       20.2        2        0          0     ---    0    0           38
Antwaan Randle El      39        22      253       11.5        0        1          2     2.0    0    0           38
Chansi Stuckey         63        40      346        8.7        0        3          9     3.0    1    2           36
Danario Alexander      37        20      306       15.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           36
Demaryius Thomas       39        22      283       12.9        2        2          1     0.5    0    2           36
Brandon Stokley        43        31      354       11.4        0        0          0     ---    0    0           35
Harry Douglas          52        22      294       13.4        1        2         -5    -2.5    0    0           35
Early Doucet           58        26      291       11.2        1        2          5     2.5    0    0           35
Micheal Spurlock       32        17      250       14.7        2        0          0     ---    0    1           35
Brian Finneran         31        19      166        8.7        3        0          0     ---    0    0           34
Andre Caldwell         37        25      345       13.8        0        1         -2    -2.0    0    1           32
Justin Gage            43        20      266       13.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           32
Buster Davis           39        21      259       12.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           31
Dexter McCluster       39        21      209       10.0        1       18         71     3.9    0    1           31
Jason Hill             20        11      248       22.5        1        0          0     ---    0    0           30
Greg Camarillo         34        20      240       12.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0           30
Derek Hagan            43        24      223        9.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           28
Donald Jones           41        18      213       11.8        1        3          1     0.3    0    0           27
Chris Chambers         44        22      213        9.7        1        0          0     ---    0    0           27
Bernard Berrian        54        28      252        9.0        0        1         -8    -8.0    0    0           25
Bryant Johnson         49        18      210       11.7        0        0          0     ---    0    0           23
Kelley Washington      14        13      173       13.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           23
Ted Ginn               35        12      163       13.6        1        2         11     5.5    0    0           23
Golden Tate            38        21      227       10.8        0        2          4     2.0    0    0           22
Sammie Stroughter      39        24      239       10.0        0        1          2     2.0    0    1           21
Damian Williams        28        16      219       13.7        0        1          5     5.0    0    0           21
Ruvell Martin          10         7      158       22.6        1        0          0     ---    0    0           21
Greg Lewis             36        17      197       11.6        0        0          0     ---    0    0           19
Marlon Moore           19         6      128       21.3        1        1         16    16.0    0    0           19
Chad Hall              18        11      115       10.5        1        9         29     3.2    0    0           19
Joey Galloway          38        12      173       14.4        0        0          0     ---    0    0           17
Riley Cooper           18         7      116       16.6        1        0          0     ---    0    0           17
Verran Tucker          19         6      114       19.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0           17
Antonio Brown          19        16      167       10.4        0        0          0     ---    0    0           16
Terrance Copper        28        18      157        8.7        0        0          0     ---    0    0           15
Dezmon Briscoe          7         6       93       15.5        1        0          0     ---    0    0           15
Devin Aromashodu       23        10      149       14.9        0        0          0     ---    0    0           14
Eric Decker             8         6      106       17.7        1        0          0     ---    0    1           14
Rashied Davis          14         9       84        9.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           14
Maurice Stovall         9         7       81       11.6        1        0          0     ---    0    0           14
Naaman Roosevelt       17         9      139       15.4        0        1          3     3.0    0    0           13
David Clowney          16         7      124       17.7        0        0          0     ---    0    0           12
Sam Hurd               23        14      120        8.6        0        0          0     ---    0    0           12
Kassim Osgood          16         6       60       10.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0           12
David Anderson         18        11      117       10.6        0        0          0     ---    0    0           11
Tiquan Underwood       22         8      111       13.9        0        0          0     ---    0    0           11
Roydell Williams       18         8      109       13.6        0        0          0     ---    0    0           10
Johnnie Lee Higgins    29        10      103       10.3        0        0          0     ---    0    0           10
Stephen Williams       23         9      101       11.2        0        0          0     ---    0    0           10
Donte' Stallworth       5         2       82       41.0        0        5         45     9.0    0    1           10
Chaz Schilens           9         5       40        8.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0           10
Max Komar              22        12      117        9.8        0        0          0     ---    0    1            9
Dominique Zeigler      15         9       98       10.9        0        0          0     ---    0    0            9
Julian Edelman         14         7       86       12.3        0        2         14     7.0    0    0            9

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Tight Ends
                       Receiving                                        Rushing                      Misc
Player                 Trgt      Rcpt      Yds      Avg        TD       Att       Yds    Avg    TD   FL          FPTS
Jason Witten           128        94      1,002     10.7        9        0          0     ---    0    1           154
Antonio Gates           66        50       782      15.6       10        0          0     ---    0    0           138
Vernon Davis            93        56       914      16.3        7        0          0     ---    0    0           135
Marcedes Lewis          88        58       700      12.1       10        0          0     ---    0    2           126
Rob Gronkowski          59        42       546      13.0       10        0          0     ---    0    1           112
Kellen Winslow          98        66       730      11.1        5        0          0     ---    0    0           103
Chris Cooley           127        77       849      11.0        3        0          0     ---    0    1           102
Tony Gonzalez          111        70       656       9.4        6        0          0     ---    0    0           101
Dustin Keller          101        55       687      12.5        5        0          0     ---    0    0           98
Zach Miller             91        60       685      11.4        5        0          0     ---    0    0           98
Brandon Pettigrew      111        71       722      10.2        4        0          0     ---    0    0           96
Aaron Hernandez         64        45       563      12.5        6        3         47    15.7    0    0           96
Benjamin Watson        102        68       763      11.2        3        1         -1    -1.0    0    0           94
Todd Heap               64        40       599      15.0        5        0          0     ---    0    0           89
Jacob Tamme             93        67       631       9.4        4        0          0     ---    0    0           87
Kevin Boss              69        35       531      15.2        5        0          0     ---    0    1           81
Anthony Fasano          59        39       528      13.5        4        0          0     ---    0    0           76
Brent Celek             79        42       511      12.2        4        0          0     ---    0    0           75
Tony Moeaki             72        47       556      11.8        3        0          0     ---    0    0           73
Joel Dreessen           55        36       518      14.4        4        0          0     ---    0    1           73
Jermaine Gresham        83        52       471       9.1        4        0          0     ---    0    1           71
Greg Olsen              70        41       404       9.9        5        0          0     ---    0    1           68
Visanthe Shiancoe       80        47       530      11.3        2        0          0     ---    0    0           65
Jimmy Graham            43        31       356      11.5        5        1          3     3.0    0    0           65
Heath Miller            67        42       512      12.2        2        0          0     ---    0    1           61
Owen Daniels            67        38       471      12.4        2        0          0     ---    0    0           59
Jeremy Shockey          59        41       408      10.0        3        0          0     ---    0    0           58
Bo Scaife               52        36       318       8.8        4        0          0     ---    0    1           53
Dallas Clark            53        37       347       9.4        3        0          0     ---    0    0           52
Daniel Fells            65        41       391       9.5        2        0          0     ---    0    0           51
Fred Davis              29        21       316      15.0        3        0          0     ---    0    0           49
Jared Cook              45        29       361      12.4        1        0          0     ---    0    0           42
Tony Scheffler          72        45       378       8.4        1        0          0     ---    0    1           41
John Carlson            58        31       318      10.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           37
Evan Moore              26        16       322      20.1        1        0          0     ---    0    1           36
Jermichael Finley       26        21       301      14.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           36
Randy McMichael         25        20       221      11.1        2        0          0     ---    0    0           34
David Thomas            46        30       219       7.3        2        0          0     ---    0    0           33
Delanie Walker          44        29       331      11.4        0        3         18     6.0    0    1           32
Michael Hoomanawanui    22        13       146      11.2        3        0          0     ---    0    0           32
Andrew Quarless         33        21       238      11.3        1        0          0     ---    0    1           27
Zach Miller             26        20       216      10.8        1        2          9     4.5    0    0           27
Dante Rosario           59        32       264       8.2        0        1         -2    -2.0    0    0           26
Martellus Bennett       48        33       260       7.9        0        0          0     ---    0    0           26
Billy Bajema            24        14       145      10.4        2        0          0     ---    0    0           26
Craig Stevens           23        11       122      11.1        2        0          0     ---    0    0           24
Jeff King               33        19       121       6.4        2        0          0     ---    0    0           24
Travis Beckum           18        13       116       8.9        2        0          0     ---    0    0           23
Donald Lee              12        11        73       6.6        3        0          0     ---    0    1           23
John Gilmore            18        13       160      12.3        1        0          0     ---    0    0           22
Ed Dickson              23        11       152      13.8        1        0          0     ---    0    0           21
Leonard Pope            19        10        76       7.6        2        0          0     ---    0    0           19
Chris Baker             19         9       116      12.9        1        0          0     ---    0    0           17
Alge Crumpler           11         6        52       8.7        2        0          0     ---    0    0           17
Justin Peelle           15        10        96       9.6        1        0          0     ---    0    0           15
Daniel Graham           37        18       148       8.2        0        0          0     ---    0    0           14
Jimmy Kleinsasser       21        17       148       8.7        0        0          0     ---    0    0           14
Matt Spaeth             19         9        80       8.9        1        0          0     ---    0    0           14
Clay Harbor             15         9        72       8.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0           13
Ben Patrick             18        15       123       8.2        0        0          0     ---    0    0           12
Cameron Morrah          18         9       117      13.0        0        0          0     ---    0    0           11
Jonathan Stupar         13        12       111       9.2        0        0          0     ---    0    0           11
Robert Royal            12         5        56      11.2        1        0          0     ---    0    0           11
David Martin             9         7        43       6.1        1        0          0     ---    0    0           10
Brandon Manumaleuna      7         5        43       8.6        1        0          0     ---    0    0           10
James Casey             15         8        98      12.2        0        0          0     ---    0    0            9
Will Heller              5         4        37       9.2        1        0          0     ---    0    0            9
Brandon Myers           16        12        80       6.7        0        0          0     ---    0    0            8
Michael Palmer           8         5        29       5.8        1        0          0     ---    0    0            8
Kory Sperry              4         4        73      18.2        0        0          0     ---    0    0            7
Bear Pascoe             13         9        72       8.0        0        0          0     ---    0    0            7
Kellen Davis             3         1        19      19.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0            7
Gijon Robinson           7         3        12       4.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0            7
Logan Paulsen            2         2        10       5.0        1        0          0     ---    0    0            7
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Kickers
Player                 FG        FGA          50+FG           FGLg           XP   XPAtt   FPTS
Sebastian Janikowski   33         41           4-7             59            43    43      150
David Akers            32         38           1-3             50            47    47      145
Nick Folk              30         39           2-5             56            37    37      131
Josh Brown             33         39           3-4             53            26    27      131
Matt Bryant            28         31           1-1             51            44    44      130
Neil Rackers           27         30           3-4             57            43    43      130
Adam Vinatieri         26         28           0-0             48            51    51      129
Dan Carpenter          30         41           4-8             60            25    25      123
David Buehler          24         32           4-6             53            42    44      122
Billy Cundiff          26         29           0-1             49            39    39      117
Robbie Gould           25         30           3-4             54            35    35      116
Mason Crosby           22         28           2-4             56            46    46      116
Rob Bironas            24         26           2-3             55            38    38      114
Josh Scobee            22         28           2-2             59            41    41      111
Nate Kaeding           23         28           1-4             50            40    40      111
Jay Feely              24         27           2-3             55            29    29      111
Jeff Reed              24         32           2-4             53            32    32      108
Olindo Mare            25         30           1-2             51            31    31      108
Connor Barth           23         28           1-2             53            36    36      107
Ryan Succop            20         26           1-3             53            42    42      104
Garrett Hartley        20         25           2-2             52            40    40      104
Lawrence Tynes         19         23           2-3             53            43    43      104
Graham Gano            24         35           0-3             49            28    28      100
John Kasay             25         29           3-4             55            17    17      98
Phil Dawson            23         28           0-3             48            28    28      97
Rian Lindell           16         21           2-5             51            31    32      83
Ryan Longwell          17         18           0-0             48            30    31      81
Matt Prater            16         18           2-3             59            28    29      80
Shayne Graham          12         12           0-0             41            39    41      75
Mike Nugent            15         19           2-4             54            17    17      66
Shaun Suisham          14         15           0-0             48            19    19      61
Jason Hanson           12         14           3-4             52            19    19      61
Dave Rayner            13         16           2-2             55            16    16      59
Stephen Gostkowski     10         13           0-1             43            26    26      56
Joe Nedney             11         13           2-3             51            17    17      54
Clint Stitser           7          8           0-0             47             8    10      29
Steven Hauschka         6          7           0-0             46            10    10      28
Kris Brown              4          5           0-1             36             8     8      20
John Carney             5          6           0-0             32             3     3      18
Aaron Pettrey           2          4           0-0             28             5     5      11
Shane Andrus            2          4           0-0             38             3     3       9
Steven Weatherford      0          0           0-0              0             0     0       1
Todd Carter             0          0           0-0              0             0     0       0
Michael Koenen          0          0           0-0              0             0     0       0
Rhys Lloyd              0          0           0-0              0             0     0       0
Thomas Morstead         0          0           0-0              0             0     0       0
Tim Masthay             0          0           0-0              0             0     0       0
Sam Paulescu            0          0           0-0              0             0     0       0




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Defense/Special Teams
Team         Int   STY   SACK      TK     DFR      FF      DTD     PA        PaNetA   RuYdA    TYdA    FPTS
Steelers     21     0     48       800     14      24        4     232        3,425    1,004   4,429    254
Packers      24     0     47       796      8      15        4     240        3,107    1,838   4,945    233
Jets         12     2     40       767     18      17        5     304        3,209    1,455   4,664    228
Patriots     25     0     36       885     13      11        9     313        4,136    1,728   5,864    226
Bears        21     0     34       834     14      22        4     286        3,588    1,441   5,029    220
Raiders      12     2     47       803     12      15        7     371        3,027    2,138   5,165    211
Giants       16     0     47       842     23      34        0     347        3,349    1,623   4,972    211
Chargers     16     1     47       818      6      11        3     322        2,845    1,500   4,345    203
Falcons      22     0     31       798      9      14        5     288        3,625    1,694   5,319    195
Ravens       19     0     27       808      8      15        4     270        3,599    1,503   5,102    193
Cardinals    17     0     33       922     13      13       10     434        3,654    2,323   5,977    191
Lions        14     1     44       842     15      21        4     369        3,498    1,999   5,497    186
Cowboys      20     0     36       812     10      14        7     436        3,891    1,737   5,628    184
Chiefs       14     0     38       797      9      18        4     326        3,519    1,764   5,283    180
Saints        9     1     33       825     16      25        2     307        3,103    1,797   4,900    179
Eagles       23     0     39       826     11      11        3     377        3,469    1,766   5,235    179
Seahawks     12     1     37       863     10      16        6     407        3,994    1,903   5,897    177
Titans       17     2     40       990      8      17        3     339        4,032    1,851   5,883    176
49ers        15     0     36       892      7      13        5     346        3,697    1,547   5,244    174
Buccaneers   19     0     26       844      9      12        4     318        3,216    2,107   5,323    174
Dolphins     11     1     39       836      8      13        1     333        3,348    1,601   4,949    163
Rams         14     1     43       861     12      23        0     328        3,578    1,810   5,388    163
Browns       19     0     29       889      9       9        3     332        3,531    2,070   5,601    163
Vikings      15     0     31       795     10      11        3     348        3,367    1,635   5,002    159
Redskins     14     0     29       838     13      19        3     377        4,187    2,041   6,228    147
Bengals      16     0     27       739     10      12        2     395        3,469    1,843   5,312    147
Colts        10     0     30       874     11      12        5     388        3,433    2,032   5,465    146
Panthers     17     1     31       892     12      14        1     408        3,393    1,981   5,374    145
Bills        11     0     27       911     11      15        4     425        3,072    2,714   5,786    139
Jaguars      13     0     26       788      5       8        1     419        4,004    1,945   5,949    106
Broncos      10     0     23       901      8      13        2     471        3,780    2,473   6,253    99
Texans       13     0     30       831      5      11        0     427        4,280    1,751   6,031    96




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2010 Red Zone Statistics
Quarterbacks                                                    Running Backs
                     Passing               Rushing    Fantasy                           Rushing    Receiving        Misc   Fantasy
Player               Att Cmp    TD   INT   Att   TD    Points   Player                  Att   TD   Trgt Rec    TD    FL     Points
Tom Brady            76    48   27    0     9     1     179     Arian Foster            66    13    10     8    2     0      112
Peyton Manning       81    46   26    0     2     0     169     BenJarvus Green-Ellis   50    12     3     1    0     0      90
Aaron Rodgers        71    47   19    1    12     4     148     Peyton Hillis           37    10    10     8    2     1      85
Drew Brees           103   62   23    4     0     0     145     Adrian Peterson         42    10     5     4    1     0      78
Michael Vick         68    38   13    1    20     9     145     Rashard Mendenhall      51    11     8     7    0     0      77
Matt Ryan            85    50   22    1    10     0     143     Michael Turner          68    11     3     2    0     2      75
Matt Schaub          69    41   19    0     1     0     124     Mike Tolbert            41    11     0     0    0     2      72
David Garrard        42    27   16    0     5     3     121     Chris Johnson           49     8     4     2    1     0      67
Carson Palmer        69    36   19    3     2     0     116     Cedric Benson           56     7     3     3    1     0      61
Philip Rivers        73    37   18    2     2     0     113     Ahmad Bradshaw          44     7     9     6    0     2      55
Matt Cassel          51    26   18    1     2     0     111     Jamaal Charles          20     4     5     5    3     0      54
Eli Manning          65    36   17    4     3     0     103     Ray Rice                44     5     7     4    1     0      52
Jay Cutler           59    31   15    3     4     1     97      Michael Bush            30     7     2     2    0     0      50
Joe Flacco           50    24   14    0     6     1     96      Knowshon Moreno         23     5     6     4    2     0      50
Josh Freeman         50    30   15    1     7     0     95      LeSean McCoy            32     4    14    14    2     0      49
Kyle Orton           67    29   13    0     1     0     86      Darren McFadden         28     4     7     5    2     0      49
Ryan Fitzpatrick     60    31   14    2     6     0     86      Maurice Jones-Drew      40     4     4     3    2     0      48
Jon Kitna            45    23   13    0     7     0     85      Brandon Jacobs          25     7     0     0    0     0      47
Sam Bradford         87    42   12    4     3     1     78      Ryan Torain             26     4     5     4    2     0      45
Ben Roethlisberger   57    29    9    1     8     2     76      Thomas Jones            40     6     0     0    0     1      44
Mark Sanchez         65    31    8    1     5     3     71      Matt Forte              33     4     5     5    1     0      40
Matt Hasselbeck      61    32    9    2     5     2     71      Javarris James          17     6     1     0    0     0      40
Chad Henne           46    26   10    2     2     0     62      Fred Jackson            28     4     4     2    1     0      39
Alex Smith           42    30    9    0     6     0     61      LeGarrette Blount       26     5     1     1    0     0      37
Jason Campbell       39    21    7    0     7     1     58      Frank Gore              25     3     8     7    2     0      37
Kerry Collins        34    19    9    0     1     0     58      Marshawn Lynch          37     5     1     1    0     0      36
Shaun Hill           44    24    9    3     2     0     55      Ronnie Brown            27     5     2     2    0     0      36
Donovan McNabb       46    25    8    0     2     0     53      Steven Jackson          46     4     9     5    0     0      35
Tony Romo            25    18    8    0     1     0     52      Joseph Addai            19     4     6     5    0     0      33
Tim Tebow            10     3    3    1     8     5     48      Jahvid Best             14     4    10     7    0     0      33
Matthew Stafford     20    12    6    0     1     1     45      Maurice Morris          13     5     2     1    0     0      33
Vince Young          18    11    6    1     0     0     37      LaDainian Tomlinson     28     4    11     7    0     0      32
Rex Grossman         16     9    6    1     1     0     36      Brandon Jackson         20     3     6     6    1     0      32
Derek Anderson       31    10    5    0     0     0     31      Ryan Mathews            17     4     0     0    0     0      31
Kevin Kolb           25    17    5    1     4     0     29      Willis McGahee          26     4     2     1    0     0      30
Colt McCoy           20    11    3    0     3     1     27      Keiland Williams        15     2     3     2    2     0      30
Brett Favre          33    16    4    3     4     0     22      Chris Ivory             27     4     0     0    0     0      29
Bruce Gradkowski     13     5    3    0     2     0     19      Brian Westbrook         15     4     2     2    0     0      29
Drew Stanton          8     5    2    0     1     1     19      Rashad Jennings         10     3     1     1    0     0      24
Jimmy Clausen        25     9    2    0     2     0     14      Marion Barber           27     3     2     2    0     0      22
Matt Moore           14     6    3    3     0     0     14      Tim Hightower           16     3     7     2    0     0      22
Seneca Wallace        9     5    2    0     1     0     13      Danny Woodhead           9     2     5     5    1     0      22
Tarvaris Jackson      8     7    2    0     0     0     13      Chester Taylor          23     3     1     1    0     0      21
Todd Bouman           7     3    2    0     0     0     13      Correll Buckhalter      10     2     4     3    1     0      21
Joe Webb              8     3    0    1     2     2     12      Justin Forsett          19     2    10     7    0     0      20
Troy Smith            7     2    1    0     2     1     12      Isaac Redman            10     0     4     4    2     0      17
Charlie Whitehurst   11     5    1    1     2     1     10      Beanie Wells            20     2     0     0    0     0      16
Matt Flynn           12     5    2    1     0     0       9     Tashard Choice          17     2     3     2    0     0      16
Charlie Batch         7     4    1    0     0     0       7     Cadillac Williams       14     1     5     3    1     0      16
John Skelton         12     3    1    0     0     0       6     Mike Goodson            14     2     4     2    0     0      16
Max Hall              5     3    1    0     0     0       6     Pierre Thomas           13     2     2     2    0     0      16
Stephen McGee         2     1    1    0     1     0       6     Clinton Portis          14     2     3     1    0     0      15
Kellen Clemens        1     0    0    0     2     1       6     Javon Ringer             6     2     1     1    0     0      15
Mark Brunell          1     1    1    0     0     0       6     Shonn Greene            18     1     5     3    0     0      14
Tyler Thigpen         1     1    1    0     0     0       6     Jonathan Stewart        16     2     0     0    0     0      14
Jake Delhomme        11     5    1    1     5     0       5     Kenneth Darby            6     2     2     2    0     0      14
Trent Edwards         8     4    1    1     1     0       4     Ladell Betts            15     2     5     2    0     0      13
Richard Bartel       11     5    0    0     0     0       1     Anthony Dixon           11     2     0     0    0     0      13
Luke McCown           5     2    0    0     1     0       0     Felix Jones             19     1     2     2    0     0      12
Tony Pike             4     0    0    0     0     0       0     Donald Brown            20     1     3     1    0     0      11
Josh Johnson          1     1    0    0     0     0       0     Ricky Williams          14     1     0     0    0     0      11
Brian Hoyer           1     0    0    0     0     0       0     Darren Sproles           6     0     7     7    1     0      11
Sage Rosenfels        0     0    0    0     3     0       0     Derrick Ward            17     1     1     0    0     0       9
Todd Collins          3     1    0    1     0     0      -2     Bernard Scott            9     1     1     1    0     0       9
Rusty Smith           4     1    0    2     0     0      -4     C.J. Spiller             4     0     4     3    1     0       8
                                                                Toby Gerhart            13     1     5     4    0     1       7
                                                                Reggie Bush              5     0     4     3    1     0       7
                                                                Jackie Battle            5     1     0     0    0     0       7
                                                                Mike Hart                3     1     1     1    0     0       7
                                                                Leon Washington          3     1     0     0    0     0       7
                                                                Brian Leonard            1     0     5     4    1     0       7
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Wide Receivers                                                     Tight Ends
                      Receiving        Rushing    Misc   Fantasy                          Receiving        Rushing    Misc   Fantasy
Player                Trgt Rec    TD   Att   TD    FL     Points   Player                 Trgt Rec    TD   Att   TD    FL     Points
Jeremy Maclin          16    11    7    0     0     0      52      Rob Gronkowski          15    12    9    0     0     1      60
Calvin Johnson         14     8    7    0     0     0      51      Jason Witten            15    11    8    0     0     0      55
Greg Jennings          17    12    7    1     0     0      50      Antonio Gates           15    11    7    0     0     0      51
Hakeem Nicks           15     9    7    0     0     0      48      Marcedes Lewis          14    10    7    0     0     1      46
Wes Welker             21    14    6    0     0     0      47      Tony Gonzalez           20    10    6    0     0     0      42
Dwayne Bowe            16     7    7    0     0     0      47      Aaron Hernandez         12     8    6    0     0     0      40
Mike Sims-Walker       14     7    7    0     0     0      46      Jimmy Graham             9     7    5    0     0     0      36
Roddy White            21    13    6    0     0     0      45      Vernon Davis            11     8    4    0     0     0      29
Steve Johnson          17     8    6    0     0     0      42      Greg Olsen              14     9    4    0     0     1      28
Brandon Lloyd          20     6    6    0     0     0      41      Bo Scaife               10     8    4    0     0     0      28
Marques Colston        20    13    5    0     0     0      40      Jacob Tamme             10     5    4    0     0     0      27
Lance Moore            22    14    5    0     0     1      39      Jermaine Gresham         8     6    4    0     0     0      27
Reggie Wayne           16     9    5    0     0     0      39      Dustin Keller           15     7    4    0     0     0      26
Andre Johnson          13     8    5    0     0     0      37      Todd Heap                7     5    3    0     0     0      23
Terrell Owens          20     8    5    0     0     0      36      Zach Miller             11     7    3    0     0     0      22
Dez Bryant              8     7    5    0     0     0      36      Brandon Pettigrew       10     6    3    0     0     0      21
Larry Fitzgerald       23    10    5    0     0     0      35      Tony Moeaki              9     4    3    0     0     0      21
Nate Burleson          12     9    5    0     0     0      35      Anthony Fasano           9     5    3    0     0     0      21
Blair White            10     6    5    0     0     0      34      Joel Dreessen            6     5    3    0     0     0      21
Mike Williams          15     6    5    0     0     1      33      Benjamin Watson          9     4    3    0     0     0      20
Austin Collie           8     7    5    0     0     0      33      Jeremy Shockey           9     6    3    0     0     0      20
Pierre Garcon          18     8    4    0     0     0      30      Kevin Boss              11     3    3    0     0     0      19
Kenny Britt            11     6    4    0     0     0      30      Fred Davis               4     3    3    0     0     0      19
Anquan Boldin          11     6    4    1     0     0      29      Donald Lee               5     5    3    0     0     0      18
Santana Moss           19    10    4    0     0     1      28      Kellen Winslow          10     7    2    0     0     0      16
Miles Austin           17     7    4    0     0     0      28      Owen Daniels             9     6    2    0     0     0      16
Roy Williams           11     6    4    0     0     0      28      David Thomas            11     7    2    0     0     0      15
Kevin Walter           10     6    4    0     0     0      28      Randy McMichael          4     3    2    0     0     0      15
Derrick Mason           9     5    4    0     0     0      28      Heath Miller             8     4    2    0     0     0      14
Malcom Floyd           16     5    4    0     0     0      27      Dallas Clark             3     3    2    0     0     0      14
Hines Ward             13     5    4    0     0     0      27      Brent Celek             10     4    2    0     0     0      13
Mike Thomas            13    10    3    0     0     1      24      Craig Stevens            4     3    2    0     0     0      13
David Nelson            9     6    3    0     0     0      24      Jeff King                3     2    2    0     0     0      13
Danny Amendola         24    16    3    0     0     1      23      Alge Crumpler            2     2    2    0     0     0      13
James Jones            16    11    3    0     0     0      23      Travis Beckum            2     2    2    0     0     0      12
Eddie Royal            14     8    3    0     0     0      23      Leonard Pope             2     2    2    0     0     0      12
Santonio Holmes        13     7    3    0     0     0      23      Chris Cooley            11     7    1    0     0     0      10
Steve Smith             8     6    3    0     0     0      23      Tony Scheffler          11     6    1    0     0     1       8
Jacoby Jones           13     7    3    0     0     0      22      John Carlson             8     2    1    0     0     0       7
Devin Hester            3     3    3    0     0     0      22      Clay Harbor              4     3    1    0     0     0       7
Earl Bennett           16     6    3    0     0     0      21      Andrew Quarless          4     2    1    0     0     0       7
Brandon Marshall       14     6    3    1     0     0      21      Brandon Manumaleuna      3     2    1    0     0     0       7
Davone Bess             9     6    3    0     0     1      21      Chris Baker              3     1    1    0     0     0       7
Brian Finneran          9     4    3    0     0     0      21      Justin Peelle            3     2    1    0     0     0       7
Nate Washington         9     5    3    0     0     0      20      Jermichael Finley        2     1    1    0     0     0       7
Chad Ochocinco         11     3    3    0     0     0      19      Will Heller              1     1    1    0     0     0       7
Mike Williams          16     8    2    1     0     0      17      Kellen Davis             1     1    1    0     0     0       7
Deon Butler            13     7    2    1     0     0      17      Daniel Fells             8     2    1    0     0     0       6
Josh Morgan             6     5    2    0     0     0      17      Michael Hoomanawanui     5     1    1    0     0     0       6
Brandon Gibson         10     4    2    0     0     0      16      Matt Spaeth              4     1    1    0     0     0       6
Percy Harvin            8     3    1    4     1     0      16      Billy Bajema             2     1    1    0     0     0       6
Mark Clayton            6     4    2    0     0     0      16      David Martin             2     1    1    0     0     0       6
Braylon Edwards        12     5    2    0     0     0      15      Gijon Robinson           1     1    1    0     0     0       6
Jordan Shipley         10     6    2    0     0     0      15      Logan Paulsen            1     1    1    0     0     0       6
Michael Crabtree        8     3    2    0     0     0      15      Michael Palmer           1     1    1    0     0     0       6
T.J. Houshmandzadeh     7     2    2    0     0     0      15      John Gilmore             1     1    1    0     0     0       6
Arrelious Benn          5     4    2    0     0     0      15      Jimmy Kleinsasser        4     3    0    0     0     0       2
Deion Branch           11     5    2    0     0     0      14      Daniel Graham            8     2    0    0     0     0       1
Louis Murphy           10     6    2    0     0     0      14      Delanie Walker           7     5    0    1     0     1       1
Jerome Simpson          3     2    2    0     0     0      14      Jared Cook               6     3    0    0     0     0       1
Donald Driver           9     4    2    0     0     0      13      Martellus Bennett        5     2    0    0     0     0       1
Randy Moss              7     2    2    0     0     0      13      Zach Miller              2     2    0    0     0     0       1
Ben Obomanu             2     2    2    0     0     0      13      Dante Rosario            5     1    0    0     0     0       0
Laurent Robinson        9     3    2    0     0     0      12      James Casey              4     1    0    0     0     0       0
Jason Avant            17     7    1    0     0     0      10      Gary Barnidge            4     0    0    0     0     0       0
Brian Hartline          9     6    1    0     0     0      10      Visanthe Shiancoe        3     0    0    0     0     0       0
Jabar Gaffney          12     5    1    0     0     0       9      Evan Moore               3     2    0    0     0     1       0
Mario Manningham       10     6    1    0     0     0       9      Ed Dickson               3     0    0    0     0     0       0
Jordy Nelson           10     5    1    0     0     0       9      Scott Chandler           2     1    0    0     0     0       0
Emmanuel Sanders        7     5    1    0     0     0       9      Robert Royal             2     0    0    0     0     0       0
Brandon LaFell         10     3    1    0     0     0       8      Tom Crabtree             2     0    0    0     0     0       0
Steve Smith             9     3    1    0     0     0       8      Ernest Wilford           2     1    0    0     0     0       0
Demaryius Thomas        8     2    1    0     0     0       8      Kris Wilson              1     1    0    0     0     0       0
Lee Evans               8     3    1    0     0     0       8      Dan Gronkowski           1     0    0    0     0     0       0
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2010 Yards From Scrimmage Leaders
Running Backs                                  Wide Receivers                              Tight Ends
Player                  Rush    Recv   Total   Player              Rush    Recv    Total   Player               Rush   Recv    Total
Arian Foster            1,614   604    2,218   Brandon Lloyd        -18    1,448   1,430   Jason Witten           0    1,002   1,002
Jamaal Charles          1,467   468    1,935   Roddy White            3    1,389   1,392   Vernon Davis           0     914     914
Ray Rice                1,223   556    1,779   Reggie Wayne           0    1,355   1,355   Chris Cooley           0     849     849
LeSean McCoy            1,080   592    1,672   Mike Wallace          39    1,257   1,296   Antonio Gates          0     782     782
Darren McFadden         1,157   507    1,664   Greg Jennings         -1    1,265   1,264   Benjamin Watson       -1     763     762
Peyton Hillis           1,177   477    1,654   Andre Johnson         10    1,216   1,226   Kellen Winslow         0     730     730
Maurice Jones-Drew      1,324   317    1,641   Dwayne Bowe            4    1,162   1,166   Brandon Pettigrew      0     722     722
Adrian Peterson         1,298   341    1,639   DeSean Jackson       104    1,056   1,160   Marcedes Lewis         0     700     700
Steven Jackson          1,241   383    1,624   Calvin Johnson        32    1,120   1,152   Dustin Keller          0     687     687
Matt Forte              1,069   547    1,616   Larry Fitzgerald       0    1,137   1,137   Zach Miller            0     685     685
Chris Johnson           1,364   245    1,609   Miles Austin          93    1,041   1,134   Tony Gonzalez          0     656     656
Ahmad Bradshaw          1,235   314    1,549   Santana Moss          -6    1,115   1,109   Jacob Tamme            0     631     631
Michael Turner          1,371    85    1,456   Steve Johnson          0    1,073   1,073   Aaron Hernandez       47     563     610
Rashard Mendenhall      1,274   167    1,441   Hakeem Nicks           0    1,052   1,052   Todd Heap              0     599     599
Frank Gore               853    452    1,305   Marques Colston        1    1,023   1,024   Tony Moeaki            0     556     556
Cedric Benson           1,111   178    1,289   Brandon Marshall       3    1,014   1,017   Rob Gronkowski         0     546     546
LaDainian Tomlinson      914    368    1,282   Jeremy Maclin         36     964    1,000   Kevin Boss             0     531     531
Felix Jones              800    450    1,250   Terrell Owens          0     983     983    Visanthe Shiancoe      0     530     530
Knowshon Moreno          779    372    1,151   Percy Harvin         107     868     975    Anthony Fasano         0     528     528
Fred Jackson             927    215    1,142   Mike Williams          0     964     964    Joel Dreessen          0     518     518
BenJarvus Green-Ellis   1,008    85    1,093   Johnny Knox            2     960     962    Heath Miller           0     512     512
Jahvid Best              563    487    1,050   Mario Manningham       2     944     946    Brent Celek            0     511     511
Brandon Jackson          703    342    1,045   Mike Thomas          114     820     934    Jermaine Gresham       0     471     471
LeGarrette Blount       1,007    14    1,021   Braylon Edwards        4     904     908    Owen Daniels           0     471     471
Thomas Jones             896    122    1,018   Jabar Gaffney          0     875     875    Jeremy Shockey         0     408     408
Ronnie Brown             734    242     976    Anthony Armstrong      0     871     871    Greg Olsen             0     404     404
Mike Tolbert             735    216     951    Wes Welker             0     848     848    Daniel Fells           0     391     391
Danny Woodhead           547    379     926    Anquan Boldin          2     837     839    Tony Scheffler         0     378     378
Shonn Greene             766    120     886    Chad Ochocinco         0     831     831    Jared Cook             0     361     361
Brandon Jacobs           823     59     882    Deion Branch           0     818     818    Jimmy Graham           3     356     359
Marshawn Lynch           737    145     882    Davone Bess           -3     820     817    Delanie Walker        18     331     349
Jonathan Stewart         770    103     873    Derrick Mason          0     802     802    Dallas Clark           0     347     347
Tim Hightower            736    136     872    Pierre Garcon          6     784     790    Evan Moore             0     322     322
Ryan Torain              742    125     867    Kenny Britt            0     775     775    Bo Scaife              0     318     318
Michael Bush             655    194     849    Danny Amendola        81     689     770    John Carlson           0     318     318
Ryan Mathews             675    145     820    Lance Moore            0     763     763    Fred Davis             0     316     316
Ricky Williams           673    141     814    Santonio Holmes       17     746     763    Jermichael Finley      0     301     301
Cadillac Williams        437    355     792    Hines Ward            -2     755     753    Dante Rosario         -2     264     262
Darren Sproles           270    520     790    Steve Breaston        35     718     753    Martellus Bennett      0     260     260
Justin Forsett           523    252     775    Mike Williams          0     751     751    Andrew Quarless        0     238     238
Mike Goodson             452    310     762    Michael Crabtree       0     741     741    Zach Miller            9     216     225
Chris Ivory              716     17     733    Malcom Floyd           0     717     717    Randy McMichael        0     221     221
Donald Brown             497    205     702    Josh Morgan           17     698     715    David Thomas           0     219     219
Rashad Jennings          459    223     682    Nate Burleson         81     625     706    John Gilmore           0     160     160
Jason Snelling           324    303     627    Eddie Royal           61     627     688    Ed Dickson             0     152     152
Joseph Addai             495    124     619    Nate Washington       -8     687     679    Daniel Graham          0     148     148
Keiland Williams         261    309     570    James Jones            0     679     679    Jimmy Kleinsasser      0     148     148
Maurice Morris           336    170     506    Robert Meachem        14     638     652    Michael Hoomanawanui   0     146     146
Brian Westbrook          340    150     490    Louis Murphy          43     609     652    Billy Bajema           0     145     145
Toby Gerhart             322    167     489    Austin Collie          0     649     649    Ben Patrick            0     123     123
Beanie Wells             397     74     471    Brandon Gibson        28     620     648    Craig Stevens          0     122     122
Pierre Thomas            269    201     470    Brian Hartline        27     615     642    Jeff King              0     121     121
Marcel Reece             122    333     455    Jacoby Ford          155     470     625    Cameron Morrah         0     117     117
C.J. Spiller             283    157     440    Kevin Walter           0     621     621    Travis Beckum          0     116     116
Willis McGahee           377     55     432    Jordan Shipley         0     600     600    Chris Baker            0     116     116
Marion Barber            374     49     423    Jordy Nelson           0     582     582    Jonathan Stupar        0     111     111
DeAngelo Williams        361     61     422    Lee Evans              0     578     578    James Casey            0     98       98
Jerome Harrison          330     85     415    Jason Avant            0     573     573    Justin Peelle          0     96       96
Chester Taylor           267    139     406    Earl Bennett           9     561     570    Matt Spaeth            0     80       80
Correll Buckhalter       147    240     387    Jacoby Jones           7     562     569    Brandon Myers          0     80       80
John Kuhn                281     97     378    Donald Driver          0     565     565    Leonard Pope           0     76       76
Derrick Ward             317     61     378    Steve Smith            9     554     563    Donald Lee             0     73       73
Bernard Scott            299     60     359    Mike Sims-Walker       0     562     562    Kory Sperry            0     73       73
Reggie Bush              150    208     358    Dez Bryant             0     561     561    Kris Wilson            0     73       73
Tashard Choice           243    109     352    Roy Williams           0     530     530    Clay Harbor            0     72       72
Isaac Redman             247     72     319    Steve Smith            0     529     529    Bear Pascoe            0     72       72
Mewelde Moore            99     205     304    Brandon LaFell        60     468     528    Dan Gronkowski         0     64       64
Ladell Betts             150    141     291    Patrick Crayton        0     514     514    Tom Crabtree           0     61       61
Javon Ringer             239     44     283    Ben Obomanu           17     494     511    Robert Royal           0     56       56
Clinton Portis           227     55     282    David Gettis           2     508     510    Alge Crumpler          0     52       52
Julius Jones             223     59     282    Devin Hester          30     475     505    Jim Dray               0     47       47
Anthony Dixon            237     11     248    Michael Jenkins        0     505     505    David Johnson          0     46       46
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2010 Targets Leaders
Running Backs                                   Wide Receivers                                 Tight Ends
Player                Targets   Recpt    Pct    Player                Targets   Recpt   Pct    Player              Targets   Recpt   Pct
LeSean McCoy            90       78      86.7   Roddy White             179      115    64.2   Jason Witten          128      94     73.4
Arian Foster            84       66      78.6   Reggie Wayne            174      111    63.8   Chris Cooley          127      77     60.6
Ray Rice                82       63      76.8   Larry Fitzgerald        173      90     52.0   Tony Gonzalez         111      70     63.1
Jahvid Best             80       58      72.5   Brandon Lloyd           153      77     50.3   Brandon Pettigrew     111      71     64.0
LaDainian Tomlinson     79       52      65.8   Brandon Marshall        147      86     58.5   Benjamin Watson       102      68     66.7
Peyton Hillis           77       61      79.2   Santana Moss            146      93     63.7   Dustin Keller         101      55     54.5
Darren Sproles          75       59      78.7   Steve Johnson           142      82     57.7   Kellen Winslow        98       66     67.3
Frank Gore              73       46      63.0   Terrell Owens           139      72     51.8   Vernon Davis          93       56     60.2
Matt Forte              70       51      72.9   Andre Johnson           138      86     62.3   Jacob Tamme           93       67     72.0
Jamaal Charles          65       45      69.2   Calvin Johnson          137      77     56.2   Zach Miller           91       60     65.9
Cadillac Williams       64       46      71.9   Marques Colston         133      84     63.2   Marcedes Lewis        88       58     65.9
Steven Jackson          62       46      74.2   Dwayne Bowe             132      72     54.5   Jermaine Gresham      83       52     62.7
Darren McFadden         61       47      77.0   Hakeem Nicks            128      79     61.7   Visanthe Shiancoe     80       47     58.8
Ahmad Bradshaw          58       47      81.0   Mike Williams           127      65     51.2   Brent Celek           79       42     53.2
Keiland Williams        58       39      67.2   Davone Bess             125      79     63.2   Tony Moeaki           72       47     65.3
Chris Johnson           57       44      77.2   Greg Jennings           125      76     60.8   Tony Scheffler        72       45     62.5
Mike Goodson            57       40      70.2   Chad Ochocinco          125      67     53.6   Greg Olsen            70       41     58.6
Fred Jackson            54       31      57.4   Danny Amendola          123      85     69.1   Kevin Boss            69       35     50.7
Felix Jones             52       48      92.3   Wes Welker              122      86     70.5   Heath Miller          67       42     62.7
Jason Snelling          51       44      86.3   Miles Austin            119      69     58.0   Owen Daniels          67       38     56.7
Brandon Jackson         50       43      86.0   Pierre Garcon           119      67     56.3   Antonio Gates         66       50     75.8
Adrian Peterson         50       36      72.0   Jeremy Maclin           115      70     60.9   Daniel Fells          65       41     63.1
Justin Forsett          50       33      66.0   Jabar Gaffney           112      65     58.0   Aaron Hernandez       64       45     70.3
Knowshon Moreno         48       37      77.1   Percy Harvin            110      71     64.5   Todd Heap             64       40     62.5
Maurice Jones-Drew      44       34      77.3   Mike Williams           110      65     59.1   Rob Gronkowski        59       42     71.2
Danny Woodhead          44       34      77.3   Anquan Boldin           108      64     59.3   Anthony Fasano        59       39     66.1
Reggie Bush             43       34      79.1   Eddie Royal             105      59     56.2   Jeremy Shockey        59       41     69.5
Marcel Reece            43       25      58.1   Mike Thomas             102      66     64.7   Dante Rosario         59       32     54.2
Ronnie Brown            42       33      78.6   Steve Smith             102      46     45.1   John Carlson          58       31     53.4
Tim Hightower           42       21      50.0   Michael Crabtree        101      55     54.5   Joel Dreessen         55       36     65.5
Mike Sellers            40       20      50.0   Braylon Edwards         101      53     52.5   Dallas Clark          53       37     69.8
Correll Buckhalter      39       28      71.8   Derrick Mason           100      61     61.0   Bo Scaife             52       36     69.2
Cedric Benson           38       28      73.7   Mike Wallace            100      60     60.0   Martellus Bennett     48       33     68.8
Rashard Mendenhall      34       23      67.6   Johnny Knox             100      51     51.0   David Thomas          46       30     65.2
Rashad Jennings         33       26      78.8   DeSean Jackson          96       47     49.0   Jared Cook            45       29     64.4
Mewelde Moore           31       26      83.9   Lance Moore             95       66     69.5   Delanie Walker        44       29     65.9
Maurice Morris          31       25      80.6   Hines Ward              94       59     62.8   Jimmy Graham          43       31     72.1
C.J. Spiller            31       24      77.4   Santonio Holmes         94       52     55.3   Daniel Graham         37       18     48.6
Ladell Betts            30       23      76.7   Nate Washington         94       42     44.7   Andrew Quarless       33       21     63.6
Ricky Williams          30       19      63.3   Deion Branch            92       61     66.3   Jeff King             33       19     57.6
Pierre Thomas           29       29     100.0   Mario Manningham        92       60     65.2   Fred Davis            29       21     72.4
Mike Tolbert            29       25      86.2   Brandon Gibson          91       53     58.2   Jermichael Finley     26       21     80.8
Toby Gerhart            29       21      72.4   Steve Breaston          88       47     53.4   Evan Moore            26       16     61.5
Marshawn Lynch          28       22      78.6   James Jones             87       50     57.5   Zach Miller           26       20     76.9
Donald Brown            28       20      71.4   Jerricho Cotchery       87       41     47.1   Randy McMichael       25       20     80.0
Ryan Torain             28       18      64.3   Nate Burleson           86       55     64.0   Billy Bajema          24       14     58.3
Ryan Mathews            26       22      84.6   Anthony Armstrong       86       44     51.2   Craig Stevens         23       11     47.8
Jacob Hester            26       22      84.6   Donald Driver           84       51     60.7   Ed Dickson            23       11     47.8
Le'Ron McClain          26       21      80.8   Lee Evans               82       37     45.1   Michael Hoomanawanui 22        13     59.1
Chester Taylor          26       20      76.9   Kevin Walter            80       51     63.8   Jimmy Kleinsasser     21       17     81.0
Brian Leonard           26       20      76.9   Josh Morgan             80       44     55.0   Leonard Pope          19       10     52.6
Joseph Addai            26       19      73.1   Jacoby Jones            79       51     64.6   Chris Baker           19        9     47.4
Owen Schmitt            24       19      79.2   Mike Sims-Walker        79       43     54.4   Matt Spaeth           19        9     47.4
Michael Bush            24       18      75.0   Louis Murphy            78       41     52.6   Travis Beckum         18       13     72.2
Brian Westbrook         24       16      66.7   Malcom Floyd            77       37     48.1   John Gilmore          18       13     72.2
Julius Jones            23       17      73.9   Jason Avant             76       51     67.1   Ben Patrick           18       15     83.3
Shonn Greene            23       16      69.6   Jordan Shipley          75       52     69.3   Cameron Morrah        18        9     50.0
LaRod Stephens-Howling 23        16      69.6   Steve Smith             75       48     64.0   Stephen Spach         17        7     41.2
Tashard Choice          22       17      77.3   Brandon LaFell          75       38     50.7   Brandon Myers         16       12     75.0
Ahmard Hall             20       15      75.0   Mohamed Massaquoi       74       36     48.6   Justin Peelle         15       10     66.7
Thomas Jones            20       14      70.0   Laurent Robinson        74       34     45.9   Clay Harbor           15        9     60.0
Michael Turner          20       12      60.0   Brian Hartline          73       43     58.9   James Casey           15        8     53.3
Earnest Graham          19       16      84.2   Kenny Britt             73       42     57.5   Jonathan Stupar       13       12     92.3
Patrick Cobbs           19        8      42.1   Michael Jenkins         73       41     56.2   Bear Pascoe           13        9     69.2
John Kuhn               18       15      83.3   Devin Hester            73       40     54.8   Dan Gronkowski        13        8     61.5
Willis McGahee          18       14      77.8   Dez Bryant              72       45     62.5   Reggie Kelly          13       10     76.9
Ovie Mughelli           18       13      72.2   Austin Collie           71       58     81.7   Donald Lee            12       11     91.7
Lousaka Polite          17       12      70.6   Earl Bennett            70       46     65.7   Robert Royal          12        5     41.7
Jason Wright            17        8      47.1   Deon Butler             70       36     51.4   Alge Crumpler         11        6     54.5
BenJarvus Green-Ellis   16       12      75.0   David Gettis            67       37     55.2   David Martin           9        7     77.8
Kevin Smith             16       11      68.8   Robert Meachem          66       44     66.7   Kris Wilson            9        6     66.7
Marion Barber           15       11      73.3   Darrius Heyward-Bey     65       26     40.0   Jim Dray               9        3     33.3
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2010 Total Touches Leaders
Running Backs                                  Wide Receivers                              Tight Ends
Player                  Rush   Recpt   Total   Player              Rush   Recpt    Total   Player               Rush   Recpt   Total
Arian Foster             326    66      392    Roddy White           1     115      116    Jason Witten          0      94      94
Steven Jackson           330    46      376    Reggie Wayne          0     111      111    Chris Cooley          0      77      77
Ray Rice                 308    63      371    Santana Moss          5     93       98     Brandon Pettigrew     0      71      71
Chris Johnson            316    44      360    Danny Amendola        7     85       92     Tony Gonzalez         0      70      70
Cedric Benson            321    28      349    Larry Fitzgerald      0     90       90     Benjamin Watson       1      68      69
Rashard Mendenhall       324    23      347    Brandon Marshall      2     86       89     Jacob Tamme           0      67      67
Michael Turner           334    12      346    Percy Harvin         18     71       89     Kellen Winslow        0      66      66
Maurice Jones-Drew       299    34      334    Andre Johnson         2     86       88     Zach Miller           0      60      60
Peyton Hillis            270    61      333    Wes Welker            0     86       86     Marcedes Lewis        0      58      58
Ahmad Bradshaw           276    47      323    Marques Colston       1     84       85     Vernon Davis          0      56      56
Adrian Peterson          283    36      319    Steve Johnson         0     82       82     Dustin Keller         0      55      55
Matt Forte               237    51      288    Davone Bess           2     79       81     Jermaine Gresham      0      52      52
LeSean McCoy             207    78      285    Calvin Johnson        4     77       81     Antonio Gates         0      50      50
Jamaal Charles           230    45      275    Hakeem Nicks          0     79       79     Aaron Hernandez       3      45      48
Darren McFadden          223    47      271    Brandon Lloyd         1     77       78     Tony Moeaki           0      47      47
LaDainian Tomlinson      219    52      271    Mike Thomas          12     66       78     Visanthe Shiancoe     0      47      47
Thomas Jones             245    14      259    Greg Jennings         1     76       77     Tony Scheffler        0      45      45
Fred Jackson             222    31      253    Miles Austin          7     69       76     Rob Gronkowski        0      42      42
Frank Gore               203    46      249    Dwayne Bowe           1     72       73     Brent Celek           0      42      42
BenJarvus Green-Ellis    229    12      241    Jeremy Maclin         3     70       73     Heath Miller          0      42      42
Ronnie Brown             200    33      235    Terrell Owens         0     72       72     Greg Olsen            0      41      41
Brandon Jackson          190    43      233    Pierre Garcon         2     67       69     Jeremy Shockey        0      41      41
Felix Jones              185    48      233    Chad Ochocinco        0     67       68     Daniel Fells          0      41      41
Jahvid Best              172    58      231    Anquan Boldin         2     64       67     Todd Heap             0      40      40
Marshawn Lynch           202    22      224    Lance Moore           0     66       66     Anthony Fasano        0      39      39
Knowshon Moreno          182    37      219    Mike Williams         1     65       66     Owen Daniels          0      38      38
Mike Tolbert             182    25      207    Mike Williams         0     65       65     Dallas Clark          0      37      37
LeGarrette Blount        201     5      206    Jabar Gaffney         0     65       65     Joel Dreessen         0      36      36
Shonn Greene             185    16      201    Mike Wallace          5     60       65     Bo Scaife             0      36      36
Jonathan Stewart         178     8      186    Eddie Royal           6     59       65     Kevin Boss            0      35      35
Ryan Torain              164    18      182    DeSean Jackson       16     47       63     Martellus Bennett     0      33      33
Ryan Mathews             157    22      179    Nate Burleson         7     55       62     Dante Rosario         1      32      33
Ricky Williams           159    19      178    Derrick Mason         0     61       61     Jimmy Graham          1      31      32
Michael Bush             158    18      176    Deion Branch          0     61       61     Delanie Walker        3      29      32
Tim Hightower            153    21      174    Mario Manningham      1     60       61     John Carlson          0      31      31
Cadillac Williams        125    46      171    Hines Ward            1     59       60     David Thomas          0      30      30
Brandon Jacobs           147     7      154    Austin Collie         0     58       58     Jared Cook            0      29      29
Justin Forsett           118    33      151    Brandon Gibson        3     53       56     Zach Miller           2      20      22
Donald Brown             129    20      149    Michael Crabtree      0     55       55     Fred Davis            0      21      21
Mike Goodson             103    40      143    Braylon Edwards       1     53       54     Jermichael Finley     0      21      21
Chris Ivory              137     1      138    Santonio Holmes       2     52       54     Andrew Quarless       0      21      21
Joseph Addai             116    19      135    Jacoby Jones          2     51       53     Randy McMichael       0      20      20
Chester Taylor           112    20      132    Jordan Shipley        0     52       52     Jeff King             0      19      19
Danny Woodhead           97     34      131    Johnny Knox           1     51       52     Daniel Graham         0      18      18
Jason Snelling           87     44      131    Steve Breaston        3     47       52     Jimmy Kleinsasser     0      17      17
Marion Barber            113    11      125    Kevin Walter          0     51       51     Evan Moore            0      16      16
Beanie Wells             116     5      121    Donald Driver         0     51       51     Ben Patrick           0      15      15
Maurice Morris           90     25      115    Jason Avant           0     51       51     Billy Bajema          0      14      14
Willis McGahee           99     14      113    James Jones           0     50       50     Michael Hoomanawanui  0      13      13
Pierre Thomas            83     29      112    Steve Smith           0     48       48     Travis Beckum         0      13      13
Rashad Jennings          84     26      110    Earl Bennett          2     46       48     John Gilmore          0      13      13
Darren Sproles           51     59      110    Robert Meachem        4     44       48     Jonathan Stupar       0      12      12
Keiland Williams         65     39      104    Steve Smith           1     46       47     Brandon Myers         0      12      12
Toby Gerhart             81     21      102    Devin Hester          7     40       47     Craig Stevens         0      11      11
John Kuhn                84     15      99     Dez Bryant            1     45       46     Donald Lee            0      11      11
DeAngelo Williams        87     11      98     Josh Morgan           2     44       46     Ed Dickson            0      11      11
C.J. Spiller             74     24      98     Josh Cribbs          20     23       46     Leonard Pope          0      10      10
Brian Westbrook          77     16      93     Jordy Nelson          0     45       45     Justin Peelle         0      10      10
Correll Buckhalter       59     28      87     Brian Hartline        2     43       45     Reggie Kelly          0      10      10
Jerome Harrison          71     12      83     Jerricho Cotchery     4     41       45     Chris Baker           0       9       9
Tashard Choice           66     17      83     Brad Smith           38      4       45     Matt Spaeth           0       9       9
Julius Jones             60     17      77     Anthony Armstrong     0     44       44     Clay Harbor           0       9       9
Anthony Dixon            70      5      75     Mike Sims-Walker      0     43       43     Cameron Morrah        0       9       9
Bernard Scott            61     11      72     Nate Washington       1     42       43     Bear Pascoe           0       9       9
Reggie Bush              36     34      70     Chansi Stuckey        3     40       43     James Casey           0       8       8
Ladell Betts             45     23      68     Kenny Britt           0     42       42     Dan Gronkowski        0       8       8
Isaac Redman             52      9      61     Louis Murphy          1     41       42     David Martin          0       7       7
Clinton Portis           54      5      59     Michael Jenkins       0     41       41     Stephen Spach         0       7       7
Mewelde Moore            33     26      59     Brandon LaFell        1     38       40     Alge Crumpler         0       6       6
Derrick Ward             51      7      58     David Gettis          3     37       40     Kris Wilson           0       6       6
Javon Ringer             51      7      58     Dexter McCluster     18     21       39     Robert Royal          0       5       5
Javarris James           46      9      55     Deon Butler           2     36       38     Brandon Manumaleuna   0       5       5
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