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Table Of Contents Top 200 ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4

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

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

Individual Defensive Player (IDP) Rankings .................................................................................................................................... 9 Dave Richard’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Jamey Eisenberg’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet .................................................................................................................................... 11

2010 Projections ......................................................................................................................................................................... 12-21

Player Profiles ............................................................................................................................................................................. 22-67

2009 Final Statistics ................................................................................................................................................................... 68-74

2009 Red Zone Statistics ........................................................................................................................................................... 75-76

2009 Yards from Scrimmage Leaders ............................................................................................................................................ 77

2009 Targets Leaders ....................................................................................................................................................................... 78

2009 Total Touches Leaders ........................................................................................................................................................... 79

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Top 200 Dave Richard 1. Chris Johnson RB, TEN ....................... Bye: 9 2. Adrian Peterson RB, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 3. Maurice Jones-Drew RB, JAC .............. Bye: 9 4. Michael Turner RB, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 5. Ray Rice RB, BAL ................................ Bye: 8 6. Frank Gore RB, SF .............................. Bye: 9 7. Aaron Rodgers QB, GB ...................... Bye: 10 8. Peyton Manning QB, IND ..................... Bye: 7 9. Andre Johnson WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 10. Drew Brees QB, NO ......................... Bye: 10 11. Steven Jackson RB, STL.................... Bye: 9 12. DeAngelo Williams RB, CAR .............. Bye: 6 13. DeSean Jackson WR, PHI.................. Bye: 8 14. Randy Moss WR, NE ......................... Bye: 5 15. Reggie Wayne WR, IND ..................... Bye: 7 16. Matt Schaub QB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 17. Cedric Benson RB, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 18. Miles Austin WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 19. Roddy White WR, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 20. Calvin Johnson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 21. Brandon Marshall WR, MIA ................ Bye: 5 22. Marques Colston WR, NO ................ Bye: 10 23. Rashard Mendenhall RB, PIT ............. Bye: 5 24. Shonn Greene RB, NYJ ..................... Bye: 7 25. Jamaal Charles RB, KC...................... Bye: 4 26. Ryan Grant RB, GB .......................... Bye: 10 27. Ryan Mathews RB, SD ..................... Bye: 10 28. Tom Brady QB, NE............................. Bye: 5 29. Tony Romo QB, DAL.......................... Bye: 4 30. Steve Smith WR, NYG ....................... Bye: 8 31. Larry Fitzgerald WR, ARI.................... Bye: 6 32. Pierre Thomas RB, NO..................... Bye: 10 33. Greg Jennings WR, GB .................... Bye: 10 34. Joseph Addai RB, IND........................ Bye: 7 35. Ronnie Brown RB, MIA....................... Bye: 5 36. Steve Smith WR, CAR........................ Bye: 6 37. Wes Welker WR, NE .......................... Bye: 5 38. Anquan Boldin WR, BAL .................... Bye: 8 39. Philip Rivers QB, SD ........................ Bye: 10 40. Antonio Gates TE, SD ...................... Bye: 10

41. Dallas Clark TE, IND .......................... Bye: 7 42. Knowshon Moreno RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 43. LeSean McCoy RB, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 44. Jonathan Stewart RB, CAR ................ Bye: 6 45. Chad Ochocinco WR, CIN .................. Bye: 6 46. Beanie Wells RB, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 47. Dwayne Bowe WR, KC....................... Bye: 4 48. Marion Barber RB, DAL ...................... Bye: 4 49. Vernon Davis TE, SF.......................... Bye: 9 50. Hines Ward WR, PIT .......................... Bye: 5 51. Percy Harvin WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 52. Brandon Jacobs RB, NYG .................. Bye: 8 53. Cadillac Williams RB, TB .................... Bye: 4 54. Reggie Bush RB, NO ....................... Bye: 10 55. Jahvid Best RB, DET.......................... Bye: 7 56. Clinton Portis RB, WAS ...................... Bye: 9 57. Ahmad Bradshaw RB, NYG................ Bye: 8 58. C.J. Spiller RB, BUF ........................... Bye: 6 59. Donald Driver WR, GB ..................... Bye: 10 60. Tim Hightower RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 61. Jerome Harrison RB, CLE .................. Bye: 8 62. Brent Celek TE, PHI ........................... Bye: 8 63. Eli Manning QB, NYG ......................... Bye: 8 64. Jason Witten TE, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 65. Joe Flacco QB, BAL ........................... Bye: 8 66. Mike Sims-Walker WR, JAC ............... Bye: 9 67. Steve Breaston WR, ARI .................... Bye: 6 68. Jay Cutler QB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 69. Matt Forte RB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 70. Tony Gonzalez TE, ATL ..................... Bye: 8 71. Brett Favre QB, MIN ........................... Bye: 4 72. Jermichael Finley TE, GB ................. Bye: 10 73. LaDainian Tomlinson RB, NYJ ........... Bye: 7 74. Kevin Kolb QB, PHI ............................ Bye: 8 75. Hakeem Nicks WR, NYG.................... Bye: 8 76. Michael Bush RB, OAK .................... Bye: 10 77. Arian Foster RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 7 78. Terrell Owens WR, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 79. Justin Forsett RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 80. Bernard Berrian WR, MIN................... Bye: 4

81. Derrick Mason WR, BAL..................... Bye: 8 82. Michael Crabtree WR, SF ................... Bye: 9 83. Felix Jones RB, DAL .......................... Bye: 4 84. Carson Palmer QB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 85. Mike Wallace WR, PIT........................ Bye: 5 86. Visanthe Shiancoe TE, MIN................ Bye: 4 87. Fred Jackson RB, BUF ....................... Bye: 6 88. Matt Ryan QB, ATL ............................ Bye: 8 89. Pierre Garcon WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 90. Jeremy Maclin WR, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 91. Robert Meachem WR, NO ................ Bye: 10 92. Santonio Holmes WR, NYJ................. Bye: 7 93. Steve Slaton RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 94. Ricky Williams RB, MIA ...................... Bye: 5 95. Thomas Jones RB, KC ....................... Bye: 4 96. Santana Moss WR, WAS.................... Bye: 9 97. T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR, SEA ........ Bye: 5 98. Owen Daniels TE, HOU...................... Bye: 7 99. Zach Miller TE, OAK......................... Bye: 10 100. Lee Evans WR, BUF ........................ Bye: 6 101. Nate Washington WR, TEN .............. Bye: 9 102. Jerricho Cotchery WR, NYJ .............. Bye: 7 103. Jabar Gaffney WR, DEN................... Bye: 9 104. Chris Cooley TE, WAS ..................... Bye: 9 105. Nate Burleson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 106. Malcom Floyd WR, SD ................... Bye: 10 107. Vincent Jackson WR, SD................ Bye: 10 108. Chris Chambers WR, KC .................. Bye: 4 109. Donovan McNabb QB, WAS ............. Bye: 9 110. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 7 111. Kellen Winslow TE, TB ..................... Bye: 4 112. Johnny Knox WR, CHI...................... Bye: 8 113. Dez Bryant WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 114. Matthew Stafford QB, DET ............... Bye: 7 115. Chester Taylor RB, CHI .................... Bye: 8 116. Laurence Maroney RB, NE ............... Bye: 5 117. Darren McFadden RB, OAK ........... Bye: 10 118. Willis McGahee RB, BAL .................. Bye: 8 119. Kenny Britt WR, TEN ........................ Bye: 9 120. Devin Hester WR, CHI ...................... Bye: 8

121. Matt Cassel QB, KC ......................... Bye: 4 122. Roy E. Williams WR, DAL................. Bye: 4 123. Alex Smith QB, SF ........................... Bye: 9 124. Braylon Edwards WR, NYJ ............... Bye: 7 125. Devin Aromashodu WR, CHI ............ Bye: 8 126. Dexter McCluster WR, KC ................ Bye: 4 127. Chad Henne QB, MIA ....................... Bye: 5 128. Mike Williams WR, TB ...................... Bye: 4 129. Ben Roethlisberger QB, PIT ............. Bye: 5 130. Kevin Smith RB, DET ....................... Bye: 7 131. Donald Brown RB, IND ..................... Bye: 7 132. Early Doucet WR, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 133. Packers DST .................................. Bye: 10 134. Louis Murphy WR, OAK.................. Bye: 10 135. Kevin Walter WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 136. John Carlson TE, SEA...................... Bye: 5 137. Austin Collie WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 138. Brian Robiskie WR, CLE................... Bye: 8 139. Larry Johnson RB, WAS ................... Bye: 9 140. Montario Hardesty RB, CLE.............. Bye: 8 141. Correll Buckhalter RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 142. Darren Sproles RB, SD................... Bye: 10 143. Fred Taylor RB, NE .......................... Bye: 5 144. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 4 145. Julius Jones RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 146. Mike Bell RB, PHI ............................. Bye: 8 147. Devery Henderson WR, NO............ Bye: 10 148. Derrick Ward RB, TB ........................ Bye: 4 149. Mark Sanchez QB, NYJ.................... Bye: 7 150. Vikings DST ..................................... Bye: 4 151. Heath Miller TE, PIT ......................... Bye: 5 152. Julian Edelman WR, NE ................... Bye: 5 153. Jacoby Jones WR, HOU ................... Bye: 7 154. Vince Young QB, TEN ...................... Bye: 9 155. Anthony Gonzalez WR, IND ............. Bye: 7 156. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 8 157. Mario Manningham WR, NYG .......... Bye: 8 158. Mohamed Massaquoi WR, CLE ........ Bye: 8 159. Sidney Rice WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 160. Josh Freeman QB, TB ...................... Bye: 4

161. Demaryius Thomas WR, DEN .......... Bye: 9 162. Garrett Hartley K, NO ..................... Bye: 10 163. Kevin Boss TE, NYG ........................ Bye: 8 164. Greg Olsen TE, CHI ......................... Bye: 8 165. Dustin Keller TE, NYJ ....................... Bye: 7 166. James Jones WR, GB .................... Bye: 10 167. David Akers K, PHI ........................... Bye: 8 168. Steelers DST .................................... Bye: 5 169. David Garrard QB, JAC .................... Bye: 9 170. Jason Avant WR, PHI ....................... Bye: 8 171. Golden Tate WR, SEA...................... Bye: 5 172. Jason Snelling RB, ATL.................... Bye: 8 173. Marshawn Lynch RB, BUF ............... Bye: 6 174. Kevin Faulk RB, NE.......................... Bye: 5 175. Leon Washington RB, SEA............... Bye: 5 176. Ryan Longwell K, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 177. Mason Crosby K, GB ...................... Bye: 10 178. 49ers DST ........................................ Bye: 9 179. Michael Jenkins WR, ATL................. Bye: 8 180. Darrius Heyward-Bey WR, OAK ..... Bye: 10 181. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 8 182. Brian Hartline WR, MIA..................... Bye: 5 183. Bernard Scott RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 184. Stephen Gostkowski K, NE............... Bye: 5 185. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 5 186. Tashard Choice RB, DAL ................. Bye: 4 187. Toby Gerhart RB, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 188. Jerious Norwood RB, ATL ................ Bye: 8 189. Anthony Dixon RB, SF...................... Bye: 9 190. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8 191. Donnie Avery WR, STL..................... Bye: 9 192. Sammy Morris RB, NE ..................... Bye: 5 193. Kyle Orton QB, DEN ......................... Bye: 9 194. Jeremy Shockey TE, NO ................ Bye: 10 195. Peyton Hillis RB, CLE ....................... Bye: 8 196. Brian Westbrook RB, SF................... Bye: 9 197. Eddie Royal WR, DEN...................... Bye: 9 198. Rob Bironas K, TEN ......................... Bye: 9 199. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 10 200. Mike Thomas WR, JAC .................... Bye: 9

81. Tim Hightower RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 82. T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR, SEA ........ Bye: 5 83. Donovan McNabb QB, WAS............... Bye: 9 84. Laurence Maroney RB, NE ................. Bye: 5 85. Santana Moss WR, WAS.................... Bye: 9 86. Malcom Floyd WR, SD ..................... Bye: 10 87. Chester Taylor RB, CHI ...................... Bye: 8 88. Montario Hardesty RB, CLE ............... Bye: 8 89. Mike Wallace WR, PIT........................ Bye: 5 90. Jermichael Finley TE, GB ................. Bye: 10 91. Darren Sproles RB, SD .................... Bye: 10 92. Terrell Owens WR, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 93. Ben Roethlisberger QB, PIT ............... Bye: 5 94. Steve Slaton RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 95. Jeremy Maclin WR, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 96. Jabar Gaffney WR, DEN..................... Bye: 9 97. Steve Breaston WR, ARI .................... Bye: 6 98. Pierre Garcon WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 99. Chad Henne QB, MIA......................... Bye: 5 100. Fred Jackson RB, BUF ..................... Bye: 6 101. Donald Brown RB, IND ..................... Bye: 7 102. Derrick Mason WR, BAL ................... Bye: 8 103. Donald Driver WR, GB ................... Bye: 10 104. Robert Meachem WR, NO .............. Bye: 10 105. Willis McGahee RB, BAL .................. Bye: 8 106. Lee Evans WR, BUF ........................ Bye: 6 107. Vincent Jackson WR, SD................ Bye: 10 108. Chris Cooley TE, WAS ..................... Bye: 9 109. Darren McFadden RB, OAK ........... Bye: 10 110. Mike Williams WR, TB ...................... Bye: 4 111. Larry Johnson RB, WAS ................... Bye: 9 112. Dexter McCluster WR, KC ................ Bye: 4 113. Johnny Knox WR, CHI...................... Bye: 8 114. Zach Miller TE, OAK ....................... Bye: 10 115. Santonio Holmes WR, NYJ............... Bye: 7 116. Devin Hester WR, CHI ...................... Bye: 8 117. Fred Taylor RB, NE .......................... Bye: 5 118. Owen Daniels TE, HOU.................... Bye: 7 119. Devin Aromashodu WR, CHI ............ Bye: 8 120. Visanthe Shiancoe TE, MIN .............. Bye: 4

121. Mike Bell RB, PHI ............................. Bye: 8 122. Kevin Smith RB, DET ....................... Bye: 7 123. Braylon Edwards WR, NYJ ............... Bye: 7 124. Chris Chambers WR, KC .................. Bye: 4 125. Alex Smith QB, SF ........................... Bye: 9 126. Jerricho Cotchery WR, NYJ .............. Bye: 7 127. Kellen Winslow TE, TB ..................... Bye: 4 128. Sidney Rice WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 129. Matthew Stafford QB, DET ............... Bye: 7 130. Kenny Britt WR, TEN ........................ Bye: 9 131. Toby Gerhart RB, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 132. Roy E. Williams WR, DAL................. Bye: 4 133. Kevin Walter WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 134. Leon Washington RB, SEA............... Bye: 5 135. Matt Cassel QB, KC ......................... Bye: 4 136. Nate Washington WR, TEN .............. Bye: 9 137. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 7 138. Donnie Avery WR, STL..................... Bye: 9 139. Derrick Ward RB, TB ........................ Bye: 4 140. Dez Bryant WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 141. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 8 142. Correll Buckhalter RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 143. Anthony Gonzalez WR, IND ............. Bye: 7 144. Mario Manningham WR, NYG .......... Bye: 8 145. Nate Burleson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 146. Jason Snelling RB, ATL.................... Bye: 8 147. Julius Jones RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 148. Austin Collie WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 149. Bernard Berrian WR, MIN ................. Bye: 4 150. Vikings DST ..................................... Bye: 4 151. John Carlson TE, SEA...................... Bye: 5 152. Marshawn Lynch RB, BUF ............... Bye: 6 153. Matt Leinart QB, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 154. Louis Murphy WR, OAK.................. Bye: 10 155. Bernard Scott RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 156. Demaryius Thomas WR, DEN .......... Bye: 9 157. Brian Hartline WR, MIA..................... Bye: 5 158. Dustin Keller TE, NYJ ....................... Bye: 7 159. Laurent Robinson WR, STL .............. Bye: 9 160. James Jones WR, GB .................... Bye: 10

161. Chaz Schilens WR, OAK ................ Bye: 10 162. Brian Westbrook RB, SF................... Bye: 9 163. Mohamed Massaquoi WR, CLE ........ Bye: 8 164. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 4 165. Jacoby Jones WR, HOU ................... Bye: 7 166. Legedu Naanee WR, SD ................ Bye: 10 167. Mark Sanchez QB, NYJ.................... Bye: 7 168. Devery Henderson WR, NO............ Bye: 10 169. Early Doucet WR, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 170. Sammy Morris RB, NE ..................... Bye: 5 171. Eddie Royal WR, DEN...................... Bye: 9 172. Matt Hasselbeck QB, SEA ................ Bye: 5 173. Vince Young QB, TEN ...................... Bye: 9 174. Devin Thomas WR, WAS ................. Bye: 9 175. Heath Miller TE, PIT ......................... Bye: 5 176. Packers DST .................................. Bye: 10 177. Mike Thomas WR, JAC .................... Bye: 9 178. Steelers DST .................................... Bye: 5 179. Davone Bess WR, MIA ..................... Bye: 5 180. 49ers DST ........................................ Bye: 9 181. Garrett Hartley K, NO ..................... Bye: 10 182. Mike Williams WR, SEA.................... Bye: 5 183. Anthony Dixon RB, SF...................... Bye: 9 184. Tashard Choice RB, DAL ................. Bye: 4 185. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 8 186. Javon Ringer RB, TEN ..................... Bye: 9 187. Jerious Norwood RB, ATL ................ Bye: 8 188. Ryan Longwell K, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 189. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 10 190. Nate Kaeding K, SD ....................... Bye: 10 191. Jonathan Dwyer RB, PIT .................. Bye: 5 192. Giants DST ...................................... Bye: 8 193. Rashad Jennings RB, JAC ............... Bye: 9 194. David Garrard QB, JAC .................... Bye: 9 195. Greg Olsen TE, CHI ......................... Bye: 8 196. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8 197. Stephen Gostkowski K, NE............... Bye: 5 198. Josh Freeman QB, TB ...................... Bye: 4 199. Mason Crosby K, GB ...................... Bye: 10 200. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 5

Jamey Eisenberg 1. Chris Johnson RB, TEN ....................... Bye: 9 2. Adrian Peterson RB, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 3. Maurice Jones-Drew RB, JAC .............. Bye: 9 4. Ray Rice RB, BAL ................................ Bye: 8 5. Michael Turner RB, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 6. Andre Johnson WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 7. Frank Gore RB, SF .............................. Bye: 9 8. Steven Jackson RB, STL...................... Bye: 9 9. DeAngelo Williams RB, CAR ................ Bye: 6 10. Randy Moss WR, NE ......................... Bye: 5 11. Drew Brees QB, NO ......................... Bye: 10 12. Calvin Johnson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 13. Peyton Manning QB, IND ................... Bye: 7 14. Reggie Wayne WR, IND ..................... Bye: 7 15. Aaron Rodgers QB, GB .................... Bye: 10 16. Larry Fitzgerald WR, ARI.................... Bye: 6 17. Shonn Greene RB, NYJ ..................... Bye: 7 18. Tom Brady QB, NE............................. Bye: 5 19. Cedric Benson RB, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 20. Rashard Mendenhall RB, PIT ............. Bye: 5 21. Ryan Grant RB, GB .......................... Bye: 10 22. Matt Schaub QB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 23. Roddy White WR, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 24. Miles Austin WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 25. Ryan Mathews RB, SD ..................... Bye: 10 26. Tony Romo QB, DAL.......................... Bye: 4 27. Philip Rivers QB, SD ........................ Bye: 10 28. Dallas Clark TE, IND .......................... Bye: 7 29. Joseph Addai RB, IND........................ Bye: 7 30. Brandon Marshall WR, MIA ................ Bye: 5 31. Jamaal Charles RB, KC...................... Bye: 4 32. LeSean McCoy RB, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 33. DeSean Jackson WR, PHI.................. Bye: 8 34. Pierre Thomas RB, NO..................... Bye: 10 35. Ronnie Brown RB, MIA....................... Bye: 5 36. Greg Jennings WR, GB .................... Bye: 10 37. Marques Colston WR, NO ................ Bye: 10 38. Beanie Wells RB, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 39. Knowshon Moreno RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 40. Anquan Boldin WR, BAL .................... Bye: 8

41. Antonio Gates TE, SD ...................... Bye: 10 42. Joe Flacco QB, BAL ........................... Bye: 8 43. Jahvid Best RB, DET.......................... Bye: 7 44. Steve Smith WR, NYG ....................... Bye: 8 45. Matt Forte RB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 46. Cadillac Williams RB, TB .................... Bye: 4 47. Jay Cutler QB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 48. Chad Ochocinco WR, CIN .................. Bye: 6 49. Jonathan Stewart RB, CAR ................ Bye: 6 50. Matt Ryan QB, ATL ............................ Bye: 8 51. Brandon Jacobs RB, NYG .................. Bye: 8 52. Kevin Kolb QB, PHI ............................ Bye: 8 53. Marion Barber RB, DAL ...................... Bye: 4 54. Steve Smith WR, CAR........................ Bye: 6 55. Carson Palmer QB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 56. Vernon Davis TE, SF.......................... Bye: 9 57. Ahmad Bradshaw RB, NYG................ Bye: 8 58. Reggie Bush RB, NO ....................... Bye: 10 59. Justin Forsett RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 60. Jason Witten TE, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 61. Felix Jones RB, DAL .......................... Bye: 4 62. Clinton Portis RB, WAS ...................... Bye: 9 63. Mike Sims-Walker WR, JAC ............... Bye: 9 64. Arian Foster RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 7 65. LaDainian Tomlinson RB, NYJ ........... Bye: 7 66. Dwayne Bowe WR, KC....................... Bye: 4 67. Tony Gonzalez TE, ATL ..................... Bye: 8 68. Eli Manning QB, NYG ......................... Bye: 8 69. Brent Celek TE, PHI ........................... Bye: 8 70. Michael Crabtree WR, SF ................... Bye: 9 71. Percy Harvin WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 72. Michael Bush RB, OAK .................... Bye: 10 73. Wes Welker WR, NE .......................... Bye: 5 74. Brett Favre QB, MIN ........................... Bye: 4 75. Hines Ward WR, PIT .......................... Bye: 5 76. Jerome Harrison RB, CLE .................. Bye: 8 77. Hakeem Nicks WR, NYG.................... Bye: 8 78. Ricky Williams RB, MIA ...................... Bye: 5 79. Thomas Jones RB, KC ....................... Bye: 4 80. C.J. Spiller RB, BUF ........................... Bye: 6

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Player Rankings/Auction Values Quarterbacks Dave Richard 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB.................... Bye: 10.....$18 2. Peyton Manning, IND .................. Bye: 7......$17 3. Drew Brees, NO ......................... Bye: 10.....$17 4. Matt Schaub, HOU ...................... Bye: 7......$16 5. Tom Brady, NE ........................... Bye: 5......$15 6. Tony Romo, DAL ........................ Bye: 4......$12 7. Philip Rivers, SD ........................ Bye: 10.......$9 8. Eli Manning, NYG ....................... Bye: 8........$7 9. Joe Flacco, BAL .......................... Bye: 8........$7 10. Jay Cutler, CHI .......................... Bye: 8........$6 11. Brett Favre, MIN ........................ Bye: 4........$5 12. Kevin Kolb, PHI ......................... Bye: 8........$5 13. Carson Palmer, CIN .................. Bye: 6........$4 14. Matt Ryan, ATL ......................... Bye: 8........$4 15. Donovan McNabb, WAS ........... Bye: 9........$2 16. Matthew Stafford, DET .............. Bye: 7........$2 17. Matt Cassel, KC ........................ Bye: 4........$2 18. Alex Smith, SF .......................... Bye: 9........$2 19. Chad Henne, MIA ..................... Bye: 5........$2 20. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ............ Bye: 5........$2

Jamey Eisenberg 21. Mark Sanchez, NYJ .................. Bye: 7 ....... $1 22. Vince Young, TEN ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 23. Josh Freeman, TB ..................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 24. David Garrard, JAC ................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 25. Kyle Orton, DEN ........................ Bye: 9 ....... $0 26. Jason Campbell, OAK .............. Bye: 10 ...... $0 27. Matt Hasselbeck, SEA .............. Bye: 5 ....... $0 28. Matt Leinart, ARI ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 29. Matt Moore, CAR ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 30. Sam Bradford, STL ................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 31. Trent Edwards, BUF .................. Bye: 6 ....... $0 32. Jake Delhomme, CLE ............... Bye: 8 ....... $0 33. Seneca Wallace, CLE ............... Bye: 8 ....... $0 34. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF ............... Bye: 6 ....... $0 35. Charlie Whitehurst, SEA ........... Bye: 5 ....... $0 36. Tim Tebow, DEN ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 37. Derek Anderson, ARI ................ Bye: 6 ....... $0 38. Jimmy Clausen, CAR ................ Bye: 6 ....... $0 39. Byron Leftwich, PIT ................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 40. Tarvaris Jackson, MIN .............. Bye: 4 ....... $0

1. Drew Brees, NO ......................... Bye: 10 .... $20 2. Peyton Manning, IND .................. Bye: 7 ..... $18 3. Aaron Rodgers, GB .................... Bye: 10 .... $18 4. Tom Brady, NE ............................ Bye: 5 ..... $15 5. Matt Schaub, HOU ...................... Bye: 7 ..... $14 6. Tony Romo, DAL ......................... Bye: 4 ..... $12 7. Philip Rivers, SD ........................ Bye: 10 .... $11 8. Joe Flacco, BAL .......................... Bye: 8 ....... $8 9. Jay Cutler, CHI ............................ Bye: 8 ....... $7 10. Matt Ryan, ATL ......................... Bye: 8 ....... $6 11. Kevin Kolb, PHI ......................... Bye: 8 ....... $5 12. Carson Palmer, CIN .................. Bye: 6 ....... $5 13. Eli Manning, NYG ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $4 14. Brett Favre, MIN ........................ Bye: 4 ....... $4 15. Donovan McNabb, WAS ........... Bye: 9 ....... $3 16. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ............ Bye: 5 ....... $3 17. Chad Henne, MIA ...................... Bye: 5 ....... $2 18. Alex Smith, SF........................... Bye: 9 ....... $1 19. Matthew Stafford, DET .............. Bye: 7 ....... $1 20. Matt Cassel, KC ........................ Bye: 4 ....... $1

21. Matt Leinart, ARI ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $1 22. Mark Sanchez, NYJ ................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 23. Matt Hasselbeck, SEA ............... Bye: 5 ....... $1 24. Vince Young, TEN ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $1 25. David Garrard, JAC ................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 26. Josh Freeman, TB ..................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 27. Jason Campbell, OAK .............. Bye: 10 ...... $0 28. Kyle Orton, DEN ........................ Bye: 9 ....... $0 29. Matt Moore, CAR ....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 30. Sam Bradford, STL .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 31. Jake Delhomme, CLE................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 32. Trent Edwards, BUF .................. Bye: 6 ....... $0 33. Seneca Wallace, CLE................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 34. Byron Leftwich, PIT ................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 35. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF................ Bye: 6 ....... $0 36. Derek Anderson, ARI................. Bye: 6 ....... $0 37. Michael Vick, PHI ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 38. Charlie Whitehurst, SEA ............ Bye: 5 ....... $0 39. A.J. Feeley, STL ........................ Bye: 9 ....... $0 40. Tim Tebow, DEN ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0

Running Backs Dave Richard 1. Chris Johnson, TEN .................... Bye: 9......$33 2. Adrian Peterson, MIN .................. Bye: 4......$32 3. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC .......... Bye: 9......$30 4. Michael Turner, ATL ................... Bye: 8......$26 5. Ray Rice, BAL............................. Bye: 8......$23 6. Frank Gore, SF ........................... Bye: 9......$21 7. Steven Jackson, STL .................. Bye: 9......$20 8. DeAngelo Williams, CAR ............ Bye: 6......$17 9. Cedric Benson, CIN .................... Bye: 6......$15 10. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ......... Bye: 5......$15 11. Shonn Greene, NYJ .................. Bye: 7......$14 12. Jamaal Charles, KC .................. Bye: 4......$13 13. Ryan Grant, GB ....................... Bye: 10.....$13 14. Ryan Mathews, SD .................. Bye: 10.....$13 15. Pierre Thomas, NO .................. Bye: 10.....$10 16. Joseph Addai, IND .................... Bye: 7......$10 17. Ronnie Brown, MIA ................... Bye: 5........$9 18. LeSean McCoy, PHI.................. Bye: 8........$8 19. Knowshon Moreno, DEN........... Bye: 9........$8 20. Jonathan Stewart, CAR............. Bye: 6........$8 21. Beanie Wells, ARI ..................... Bye: 6........$8 22. Marion Barber, DAL .................. Bye: 4........$7 23. Brandon Jacobs, NYG .............. Bye: 8........$6 24. Cadillac Williams, TB ................ Bye: 4........$6 25. Reggie Bush, NO ..................... Bye: 10.......$5 26. Jahvid Best, DET ...................... Bye: 7........$5 27. Clinton Portis, WAS................... Bye: 9........$5 28. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ............ Bye: 8........$5 29. C.J. Spiller, BUF ....................... Bye: 6........$5 30. Tim Hightower, ARI ................... Bye: 6........$5 31. Jerome Harrison, CLE............... Bye: 8........$5 32. Matt Forte, CHI ......................... Bye: 8........$5 33. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ........ Bye: 7........$5 34. Michael Bush, OAK .................. Bye: 10.......$4 35. Arian Foster, HOU .................... Bye: 7........$4 36. Justin Forsett, SEA ................... Bye: 5........$4 37. Felix Jones, DAL ....................... Bye: 4........$4 38. Fred Jackson, BUF ................... Bye: 6........$3 39. Steve Slaton, HOU .................... Bye: 7........$3 40. Ricky Williams, MIA................... Bye: 5........$3

Jamey Eisenberg 41. Thomas Jones, KC .................... Bye: 4 ....... $3 42. Chester Taylor, CHI .................. Bye: 8 ....... $2 43. Laurence Maroney, NE ............. Bye: 5 ....... $2 44. Darren McFadden, OAK ........... Bye: 10 ...... $2 45. Willis McGahee, BAL ................ Bye: 8 ....... $2 46. Kevin Smith, DET ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $2 47. Donald Brown, IND ................... Bye: 7 ....... $2 48. Larry Johnson, WAS ................. Bye: 9 ....... $2 49. Montario Hardesty, CLE ............ Bye: 8 ....... $2 50. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ............ Bye: 9 ....... $2 51. Darren Sproles, SD .................. Bye: 10 ...... $2 52. Fred Taylor, NE ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $1 53. Julius Jones, SEA ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $1 54. Mike Bell, PHI............................ Bye: 8 ....... $1 55. Derrick Ward, TB....................... Bye: 4 ....... $1 56. Jason Snelling, ATL .................. Bye: 8 ....... $0 57. Marshawn Lynch, BUF .............. Bye: 6 ....... $0 58. Kevin Faulk, NE ........................ Bye: 5 ....... $0 59. Leon Washington, SEA ............. Bye: 5 ....... $0 60. Bernard Scott, CIN .................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 61. Tashard Choice, DAL ................ Bye: 4 ....... $0 62. Toby Gerhart, MIN .................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 63. Jerious Norwood, ATL ............... Bye: 8 ....... $0 64. Anthony Dixon, SF .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 65. Sammy Morris, NE .................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 66. Peyton Hillis, CLE ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 67. Chris Ivory, NO......................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 68. Rashad Jennings, JAC .............. Bye: 9 ....... $0 69. Chris Ogbonnaya, STL .............. Bye: 9 ....... $0 70. Albert Young, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 71. Leonard Weaver, PHI ................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 72. Javon Ringer, TEN .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 73. LeRon McClain, BAL ................. Bye: 8 ....... $0 74. Isaac Redman, PIT ................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 75. Mewelde Moore, PIT ................. Bye: 5 ....... $0 76. Brandon Jackson, GB .............. Bye: 10 ...... $0 77. Brian Westbrook, SF ................. Bye: 9 ....... $0 78. Mike Goodson, CAR ................. Bye: 6 ....... $0 79. Lex Hilliard, MIA ........................ Bye: 5 ....... $0 80. Joe McKnight, NYJ .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0

1. Chris Johnson, TEN .................... Bye: 9 ..... $35 2. Adrian Peterson, MIN .................. Bye: 4 ..... $33 3. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC ........... Bye: 9 ..... $30 4. Ray Rice, BAL ............................. Bye: 8 ..... $29 5. Michael Turner, ATL .................... Bye: 8 ..... $25 6. Frank Gore, SF............................ Bye: 9 ..... $22 7. Steven Jackson, STL .................. Bye: 9 ..... $20 8. DeAngelo Williams, CAR ............. Bye: 6 ..... $18 9. Shonn Greene, NYJ .................... Bye: 7 ..... $16 10. Cedric Benson, CIN................... Bye: 6 ..... $15 11. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT .......... Bye: 5 ..... $14 12. Ryan Grant, GB ........................ Bye: 10 .... $12 13. Ryan Mathews, SD................... Bye: 10 .... $11 14. Joseph Addai, IND .................... Bye: 7 ..... $10 15. Jamaal Charles, KC .................. Bye: 4 ....... $9 16. LeSean McCoy, PHI .................. Bye: 8 ....... $8 17. Pierre Thomas, NO .................. Bye: 10 ...... $8 18. Ronnie Brown, MIA ................... Bye: 5 ....... $7 19. Beanie Wells, ARI ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $7 20. Knowshon Moreno, DEN ........... Bye: 9 ....... $6 21. Jahvid Best, DET....................... Bye: 7 ....... $6 22. Matt Forte, CHI .......................... Bye: 8 ....... $6 23. Cadillac Williams, TB................. Bye: 4 ....... $5 24. Jonathan Stewart, CAR ............. Bye: 6 ....... $5 25. Brandon Jacobs, NYG............... Bye: 8 ....... $4 26. Marion Barber, DAL................... Bye: 4 ....... $4 27. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ............ Bye: 8 ....... $4 28. Reggie Bush, NO ..................... Bye: 10 ...... $4 29. Justin Forsett, SEA.................... Bye: 5 ....... $3 30. Felix Jones, DAL ....................... Bye: 4 ....... $3 31. Clinton Portis, WAS ................... Bye: 9 ....... $3 32. Arian Foster, HOU ..................... Bye: 7 ....... $3 33. Michael Bush, OAK .................. Bye: 10 ...... $3 34. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ........ Bye: 7 ....... $3 35. Jerome Harrison, CLE ............... Bye: 8 ....... $2 36. Ricky Williams, MIA ................... Bye: 5 ....... $2 37. Thomas Jones, KC .................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 38. C.J. Spiller, BUF ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $2 39. Tim Hightower, ARI ................... Bye: 6 ....... $2 40. Laurence Maroney, NE ............. Bye: 5 ....... $1

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41. Chester Taylor, CHI ................... Bye: 8 ....... $1 42. Montario Hardesty, CLE ............ Bye: 8 ....... $1 43. Darren Sproles, SD .................. Bye: 10 ...... $1 44. Steve Slaton, HOU .................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 45. Fred Jackson, BUF .................... Bye: 6 ....... $1 46. Donald Brown, IND .................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 47. Willis McGahee, BAL ................. Bye: 8 ....... $1 48. Darren McFadden, OAK ........... Bye: 10 ...... $1 49. Larry Johnson, WAS.................. Bye: 9 ....... $1 50. Fred Taylor, NE ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $1 51. Mike Bell, PHI ............................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 52. Kevin Smith, DET ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 53. Toby Gerhart, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 54. Leon Washington, SEA ............. Bye: 5 ....... $0 55. Derrick Ward, TB ....................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 56. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ............ Bye: 9 ....... $0 57. Jason Snelling, ATL................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 58. Julius Jones, SEA...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 59. Marshawn Lynch, BUF .............. Bye: 6 ....... $0 60. Bernard Scott, CIN .................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 61. Brian Westbrook, SF ................. Bye: 9 ....... $0 62. Sammy Morris, NE .................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 63. Anthony Dixon, SF..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 64. Tashard Choice, DAL ................ Bye: 4 ....... $0 65. Javon Ringer, TEN .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 66. Jerious Norwood, ATL ............... Bye: 8 ....... $0 67. Jonathan Dwyer, PIT ................. Bye: 5 ....... $0 68. Kevin Faulk, NE ......................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 69. Rashad Jennings, JAC .............. Bye: 9 ....... $0 70. James Starks, GB..................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 71. Chris Ogbonnaya, STL .............. Bye: 9 ....... $0 72. LeRon McClain, BAL ................. Bye: 8 ....... $0 73. Joe McKnight, NYJ .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 74. Leonard Weaver, PHI ................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 75. Mewelde Moore, PIT ................. Bye: 5 ....... $0 76. Kareem Huggins, TB ................. Bye: 4 ....... $0 77. Peyton Hillis, CLE ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 78. Ryan Torain, WAS ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 79. Mike Tolbert, SD ....................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 80. Quinton Ganther, SEA ............... Bye: 5 ....... $0

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Wide Receivers Dave Richard 1. Andre Johnson, HOU .................. Bye: 7......$21 2. DeSean Jackson, PHI ................. Bye: 8......$19 3. Randy Moss, NE ......................... Bye: 5......$17 4. Reggie Wayne, IND .................... Bye: 7......$17 5. Miles Austin, DAL ........................ Bye: 4......$16 6. Roddy White, ATL ....................... Bye: 8......$15 7. Calvin Johnson, DET .................. Bye: 7......$15 8. Brandon Marshall, MIA................ Bye: 5......$15 9. Marques Colston, NO................. Bye: 10.....$14 10. Steve Smith, NYG ..................... Bye: 8......$13 11. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................. Bye: 6......$13 12. Greg Jennings, GB .................. Bye: 10.....$12 13. Steve Smith, CAR ..................... Bye: 6......$11 14. Wes Welker, NE........................ Bye: 5......$10 15. Anquan Boldin, BAL .................. Bye: 8......$10 16. Chad Ochocinco, CIN ............... Bye: 6......$10 17. Dwayne Bowe, KC .................... Bye: 4........$8 18. Hines Ward, PIT ........................ Bye: 5........$7 19. Percy Harvin, MIN ..................... Bye: 4........$7 20. Donald Driver, GB .................... Bye: 10.......$5 21. Mike Sims-Walker, JAC ............ Bye: 9........$5 22. Steve Breaston, ARI.................. Bye: 6........$4 23. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ................. Bye: 8........$4 24. Terrell Owens, CIN ................... Bye: 6........$4 25. Bernard Berrian, MIN ................ Bye: 4........$4 26. Derrick Mason, BAL .................. Bye: 8........$4 27. Michael Crabtree, SF ................ Bye: 9........$4 28. Mike Wallace, PIT ..................... Bye: 5........$3 29. Pierre Garcon, IND ................... Bye: 7........$3 30. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................... Bye: 8........$3 31. Robert Meachem, NO .............. Bye: 10.......$3 32. Santonio Holmes, NYJ .............. Bye: 7........$3 33. Santana Moss, WAS ................. Bye: 9........$3 34. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA ..... Bye: 5........$3 35. Lee Evans, BUF ........................ Bye: 6........$3 36. Nate Washington, TEN ............. Bye: 9........$2 37. Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ ............. Bye: 7........$2 38. Jabar Gaffney, DEN .................. Bye: 9........$2 39. Nate Burleson, DET .................. Bye: 7........$2 40. Malcom Floyd, SD .................... Bye: 10.......$2

Jamey Eisenberg 41. Vincent Jackson, SD ................ Bye: 10 ...... $2 42. Chris Chambers, KC ................. Bye: 4 ....... $2 43. Johnny Knox, CHI ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $2 44. Dez Bryant, DAL ....................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 45. Kenny Britt, TEN ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $2 46. Devin Hester, CHI ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $2 47. Roy E. Williams, DAL ................ Bye: 4 ....... $2 48. Braylon Edwards, NYJ .............. Bye: 7 ....... $2 49. Devin Aromashodu, CHI ........... Bye: 8 ....... $2 50. Dexter McCluster, KC ............... Bye: 4 ....... $2 51. Mike Williams, TB ...................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 52. Early Doucet, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $2 53. Louis Murphy, OAK .................. Bye: 10 ...... $1 54. Kevin Walter, HOU .................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 55. Austin Collie, IND ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 56. Brian Robiskie, CLE .................. Bye: 8 ....... $1 57. Devery Henderson, NO ............ Bye: 10 ...... $1 58. Julian Edelman, NE ................... Bye: 5 ....... $1 59. Jacoby Jones, HOU .................. Bye: 7 ....... $1 60. Anthony Gonzalez, IND ............. Bye: 7 ....... $1 61. Mario Manningham, NYG .......... Bye: 8 ....... $1 62. Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE ....... Bye: 8 ....... $1 63. Sidney Rice, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 ....... $1 64. Demaryius Thomas, DEN.......... Bye: 9 ....... $1 65. James Jones, GB ..................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 66. Jason Avant, PHI ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 67. Michael Jenkins, ATL ................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 68. Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK...... Bye: 10 ...... $0 69. Golden Tate, SEA ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 70. Brian Hartline, MIA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 71. Donnie Avery, STL .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 72. Eddie Royal, DEN ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 73. Mike Thomas, JAC .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 74. Laurent Robinson, STL ............. Bye: 9 ....... $0 75. Josh Cribbs, CLE ...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 76. Donte' Stallworth, BAL .............. Bye: 8 ....... $0 77. Davone Bess, MIA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 78. Josh Morgan, SF ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 79. Harry Douglas, ATL ................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 80. Eric Decker, DEN ...................... Bye: 9 ....... $0

1. Andre Johnson, HOU .................. Bye: 7 ..... $22 2. Randy Moss, NE ......................... Bye: 5 ..... $20 3. Calvin Johnson, DET................... Bye: 7 ..... $18 4. Reggie Wayne, IND..................... Bye: 7 ..... $17 5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................... Bye: 6 ..... $15 6. Roddy White, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 ..... $14 7. Miles Austin, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 ..... $13 8. Brandon Marshall, MIA ................ Bye: 5 ..... $13 9. DeSean Jackson, PHI ................. Bye: 8 ..... $12 10. Greg Jennings, GB ................... Bye: 10 .... $12 11. Marques Colston, NO ............... Bye: 10 .... $11 12. Anquan Boldin, BAL .................. Bye: 8 ..... $10 13. Steve Smith, NYG ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $9 14. Steve Smith, CAR ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $9 15. Chad Ochocinco, CIN................ Bye: 6 ....... $8 16. Mike Sims-Walker, JAC............. Bye: 9 ....... $8 17. Dwayne Bowe, KC .................... Bye: 4 ....... $7 18. Michael Crabtree, SF ................ Bye: 9 ....... $7 19. Percy Harvin, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 ....... $6 20. Wes Welker, NE ........................ Bye: 5 ....... $6 21. Hines Ward, PIT ........................ Bye: 5 ....... $6 22. Hakeem Nicks, NYG ................. Bye: 8 ....... $5 23. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA ..... Bye: 5 ....... $4 24. Santana Moss, WAS ................. Bye: 9 ....... $4 25. Malcom Floyd, SD .................... Bye: 10 ...... $3 26. Mike Wallace, PIT ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $3 27. Terrell Owens, CIN .................... Bye: 6 ....... $3 28. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................... Bye: 8 ....... $3 29. Jabar Gaffney, DEN .................. Bye: 9 ....... $3 30. Steve Breaston, ARI .................. Bye: 6 ....... $2 31. Pierre Garcon, IND .................... Bye: 7 ....... $2 32. Derrick Mason, BAL .................. Bye: 8 ....... $2 33. Donald Driver, GB .................... Bye: 10 ...... $2 34. Robert Meachem, NO .............. Bye: 10 ...... $1 35. Bernard Berrian, MIN ................ Bye: 4 ....... $1 36. Lee Evans, BUF ........................ Bye: 6 ....... $1 37. Vincent Jackson, SD ................ Bye: 10 ...... $1 38. Mike Williams, TB ...................... Bye: 4 ....... $1 39. Dexter McCluster, KC................ Bye: 4 ....... $1 40. Johnny Knox, CHI ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $1

41. Santonio Holmes, NYJ .............. Bye: 7 ....... $1 42. Devin Hester, CHI...................... Bye: 8 ....... $1 43. Devin Aromashodu, CHI ............ Bye: 8 ....... $1 44. Braylon Edwards, NYJ............... Bye: 7 ....... $1 45. Chris Chambers, KC.................. Bye: 4 ....... $1 46. Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ.............. Bye: 7 ....... $1 47. Sidney Rice, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 ....... $1 48. Kenny Britt, TEN ........................ Bye: 9 ....... $1 49. Roy E. Williams, DAL ................ Bye: 4 ....... $1 50. Kevin Walter, HOU .................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 51. Nate Washington, TEN .............. Bye: 9 ....... $1 52. Donnie Avery, STL .................... Bye: 9 ....... $1 53. Dez Bryant, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 ....... $0 54. Anthony Gonzalez, IND ............. Bye: 7 ....... $0 55. Mario Manningham, NYG .......... Bye: 8 ....... $0 56. Nate Burleson, DET................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 57. Austin Collie, IND ...................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 58. Louis Murphy, OAK .................. Bye: 10 ...... $0 59. Demaryius Thomas, DEN .......... Bye: 9 ....... $0 60. Brian Hartline, MIA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 61. Laurent Robinson, STL.............. Bye: 9 ....... $0 62. James Jones, GB ..................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 63. Chaz Schilens, OAK ................. Bye: 10 ...... $0 64. Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE ....... Bye: 8 ....... $0 65. Jacoby Jones, HOU................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 66. Legedu Naanee, SD ................. Bye: 10 ...... $0 67. Devery Henderson, NO ............ Bye: 10 ...... $0 68. Early Doucet, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 69. Eddie Royal, DEN...................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 70. Devin Thomas, WAS ................. Bye: 9 ....... $0 71. Mike Thomas, JAC .................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 72. Davone Bess, MIA ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 73. Mike Williams, SEA ................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 74. Golden Tate, SEA...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 75. Julian Edelman, NE ................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 76. Josh Cribbs, CLE....................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 77. Josh Morgan, SF ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 78. Brandon LaFell, CAR................. Bye: 6 ....... $0 79. Jason Avant, PHI ....................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 80. Arrelious Benn, TB .................... Bye: 4 ....... $0

Tight Ends Dave Richard 1. Antonio Gates, SD ..................... Bye: 10.......$9 2. Dallas Clark, IND ........................ Bye: 7........$9 3. Vernon Davis, SF ........................ Bye: 9........$9 4. Brent Celek, PHI ......................... Bye: 8........$7 5. Jason Witten, DAL ...................... Bye: 4........$5 6. Tony Gonzalez, ATL ................... Bye: 8........$5 7. Jermichael Finley, GB ................ Bye: 10.......$4 8. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN.............. Bye: 4........$4 9. Owen Daniels, HOU.................... Bye: 7........$4 10. Zach Miller, OAK ...................... Bye: 10.......$3 11. Chris Cooley, WAS ................... Bye: 9........$2 12. Kellen Winslow, TB ................... Bye: 4........$3 13. John Carlson, SEA .................... Bye: 5........$1 14. Heath Miller, PIT ....................... Bye: 5........$1 15. Kevin Boss, NYG ...................... Bye: 8........$1 16. Greg Olsen, CHI ....................... Bye: 8........$1

Jamey Eisenberg 17. Dustin Keller, NYJ ..................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 18. Jeremy Shockey, NO ............... Bye: 10 ...... $0 19. Todd Heap, BAL........................ Bye: 8 ....... $0 20. Benjamin Watson, CLE ............. Bye: 8 ....... $0 21. Bo Scaife, TEN.......................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 22. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ............... Bye: 9 ....... $0 23. Jermaine Gresham, CIN............ Bye: 6 ....... $0 24. Tony Scheffler, DET .................. Bye: 7 ....... $0 25. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............... Bye: 5 ....... $0 26. Fred Davis, WAS....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 27. Marquez Branson, DEN ............ Bye: 9 ....... $0 28. Anthony Fasano, MIA ................ Bye: 5 ....... $0 29. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ........... Bye: 7 ....... $0 30. Donald Lee, GB........................ Bye: 10 ...... $0 31. Shawn Nelson, BUF .................. Bye: 6 ....... $0 32. Daniel Graham, DEN ................ Bye: 9 ....... $0

1. Dallas Clark, IND ......................... Bye: 7 ..... $12 2. Antonio Gates, SD...................... Bye: 10 .... $11 3. Vernon Davis, SF ........................ Bye: 9 ..... $10 4. Jason Witten, DAL....................... Bye: 4 ....... $9 5. Tony Gonzalez, ATL.................... Bye: 8 ....... $8 6. Brent Celek, PHI.......................... Bye: 8 ....... $7 7. Jermichael Finley, GB ................ Bye: 10 ...... $6 8. Chris Cooley, WAS...................... Bye: 9 ....... $4 9. Zach Miller, OAK ........................ Bye: 10 ...... $3 10. Owen Daniels, HOU .................. Bye: 7 ....... $3 11. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ............ Bye: 4 ....... $2 12. Kellen Winslow, TB ................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 13. John Carlson, SEA .................... Bye: 5 ....... $1 14. Dustin Keller, NYJ ..................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 15. Heath Miller, PIT........................ Bye: 5 ....... $1 16. Greg Olsen, CHI ........................ Bye: 8 ....... $1

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Kickers Dave Richard 1. Garrett Hartley, NO .................... Bye: 10.......$2 2. David Akers, PHI ......................... Bye: 8........$2 3. Ryan Longwell, MIN .................... Bye: 4........$2 4. Mason Crosby, GB..................... Bye: 10.......$2 5. Stephen Gostkowski, NE ............ Bye: 5........$2 6. Rob Bironas, TEN ....................... Bye: 9........$1 7. Lawrence Tynes, NYG ................ Bye: 8........$1 8. Nate Kaeding, SD ...................... Bye: 10.......$1 9. Robbie Gould, CHI ...................... Bye: 8........$1 10. David Buehler, DAL .................. Bye: 4........$1 11. Matt Bryant, ATL ....................... Bye: 8........$1 12. Jay Feely, ARI ........................... Bye: 6........$1 13. Joe Nedney, SF ........................ Bye: 9........$0 14. Shayne Graham, BAL ............... Bye: 8........$0 15. Ryan Succop, KC ...................... Bye: 4........$0 16. Dan Carpenter, MIA .................. Bye: 5........$0

Jamey Eisenberg 17. Adam Vinatieri, IND ................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 18. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK ..... Bye: 10 ...... $0 19. Nick Folk, NYJ........................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 20. Neil Rackers, HOU .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 21. Olindo Mare, SEA ..................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 22. Jeff Reed, PIT ........................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 23. Josh Brown, STL ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 24. Jason Hanson, DET .................. Bye: 7 ....... $0 25. Josh Scobee, JAC ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 26. Rian Lindell, BUF ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 27. John Kasay, CAR ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 28. Dave Rayner, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 29. Matt Prater, DEN ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 30. Phil Dawson, CLE ..................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 31. Graham Gano, WAS ................. Bye: 9 ....... $0 32. Connor Barth, TB ...................... Bye: 4 ....... $0

1. Garrett Hartley, NO .................... Bye: 10 ...... $2 2. Ryan Longwell, MIN .................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 3. Nate Kaeding, SD....................... Bye: 10 ...... $2 4. Stephen Gostkowski, NE............. Bye: 5 ....... $2 5. Mason Crosby, GB ..................... Bye: 10 ...... $2 6. David Akers, PHI ......................... Bye: 8 ....... $1 7. Rob Bironas, TEN ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $1 8. David Buehler, DAL ..................... Bye: 4 ....... $1 9. Lawrence Tynes, NYG ................ Bye: 8 ....... $1 10. Jay Feely, ARI ........................... Bye: 6 ....... $1 11. Shayne Graham, BAL ............... Bye: 8 ....... $1 12. Nick Folk, NYJ ........................... Bye: 7 ....... $1 13. Robbie Gould, CHI .................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 14. Adam Vinatieri, IND ................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 15. Dan Carpenter, MIA .................. Bye: 5 ....... $0 16. Matt Bryant, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 ....... $0

17. Dave Rayner, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 18. Matt Prater, DEN ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 19. Ryan Succop, KC ...................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 20. Jeff Reed, PIT ........................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 21. Joe Nedney, SF ......................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 22. Neil Rackers, HOU .................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 23. Jason Hanson, DET .................. Bye: 7 ....... $0 24. Phil Dawson, CLE...................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 25. Sebastian Janikowski, OAK...... Bye: 10 ...... $0 26. Josh Scobee, JAC ..................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 27. Rian Lindell, BUF....................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 28. Olindo Mare, SEA ...................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 29. John Kasay, CAR ...................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 30. Josh Brown, STL ....................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 31. Graham Gano, WAS.................. Bye: 9 ....... $0 32. Connor Barth, TB....................... Bye: 4 ....... $0

Defense/Special Teams Dave Richard 1. Jets ............................................. Bye: 7........$3 2. Packers ...................................... Bye: 10.......$3 3. Cowboys ..................................... Bye: 4........$3 4. Vikings ........................................ Bye: 4........$3 5. Ravens ........................................ Bye: 8........$2 6. Steelers ....................................... Bye: 5........$2 7. 49ers ........................................... Bye: 9........$2 8. Eagles ......................................... Bye: 8........$2 9. Patriots ........................................ Bye: 5........$1 10. Bears......................................... Bye: 8........$1 11. Bengals ..................................... Bye: 6........$1 12. Saints ....................................... Bye: 10.......$1 13. Dolphins .................................... Bye: 5........$0 14. Chargers .................................. Bye: 10.......$0 15. Colts .......................................... Bye: 7........$0 16. Giants........................................ Bye: 8........$0

Jamey Eisenberg 17. Cardinals ................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 18. Titans ........................................ Bye: 9 ....... $0 19. Texans ...................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 20. Redskins ................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 21. Buccaneers ............................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 22. Falcons...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 23. Lions ......................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 24. Browns ...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 25. Chiefs ........................................ Bye: 4 ....... $0 26. Broncos ..................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 27. Bills ........................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 28. Raiders ..................................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 29. Panthers .................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 30. Seahawks.................................. Bye: 5 ....... $0 31. Jaguars ..................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 32. Rams ......................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0

1. Jets.............................................. Bye: 7 ....... $3 2. Eagles ......................................... Bye: 8 ....... $2 3. Vikings......................................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 4. Cowboys ..................................... Bye: 4 ....... $2 5. Packers ...................................... Bye: 10 ...... $2 6. Steelers ....................................... Bye: 5 ....... $2 7. 49ers ........................................... Bye: 9 ....... $2 8. Ravens ........................................ Bye: 8 ....... $1 9. Saints ......................................... Bye: 10 ...... $1 10. Giants ........................................ Bye: 8 ....... $1 11. Bears ......................................... Bye: 8 ....... $1 12. Patriots ...................................... Bye: 5 ....... $1 13. Chargers .................................. Bye: 10 ...... $0 14. Bengals ..................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 15. Dolphins .................................... Bye: 5 ....... $0 16. Texans ...................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0

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17. Redskins.................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 18. Titans......................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 19. Colts .......................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 20. Cardinals ................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 21. Broncos ..................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 22. Bills ............................................ Bye: 6 ....... $0 23. Panthers .................................... Bye: 6 ....... $0 24. Falcons ...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 25. Chiefs ........................................ Bye: 4 ....... $0 26. Buccaneers ............................... Bye: 4 ....... $0 27. Seahawks .................................. Bye: 5 ....... $0 28. Jaguars...................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0 29. Browns ...................................... Bye: 8 ....... $0 30. Lions .......................................... Bye: 7 ....... $0 31. Raiders ..................................... Bye: 10 ...... $0 32. Rams ......................................... Bye: 9 ....... $0

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Points Per Reception (PPR) Player Rankings Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

1. Chris Johnson, TEN ............................................. Bye: 9 2. Adrian Peterson, MIN ........................................... Bye: 4 3. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC .................................... Bye: 9 4. Ray Rice, BAL ...................................................... Bye: 8 5. Frank Gore, SF ..................................................... Bye: 9 6. Steven Jackson, STL ............................................ Bye: 9 7. Michael Turner, ATL ............................................. Bye: 8 8. DeAngelo Williams, CAR ...................................... Bye: 6 9. Reggie Bush, NO ................................................. Bye: 10 10. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ................................... Bye: 5 11. Joseph Addai, IND .............................................. Bye: 7 12. Jamaal Charles, KC ............................................ Bye: 4 13. Pierre Thomas, NO ............................................ Bye: 10 14. Cedric Benson, CIN ............................................ Bye: 6 15. LeSean McCoy, PHI ........................................... Bye: 8 16. Ryan Mathews, SD ............................................ Bye: 10 17. Ryan Grant, GB ................................................. Bye: 10 18. Knowshon Moreno, DEN .................................... Bye: 9 19. Shonn Greene, NYJ ........................................... Bye: 7 20. Ronnie Brown, MIA ............................................. Bye: 5 21. Jahvid Best, DET ................................................ Bye: 7 22. Marion Barber, DAL ............................................ Bye: 4 23. Beanie Wells, ARI ............................................... Bye: 6 24. Cadillac Williams, TB .......................................... Bye: 4 25. C.J. Spiller, BUF ................................................. Bye: 6 26. Jerome Harrison, CLE ........................................ Bye: 8 27. Jonathan Stewart, CAR ...................................... Bye: 6 28. Tim Hightower, ARI ............................................ Bye: 6 29. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ..................................... Bye: 8 30. Brandon Jacobs, NYG ........................................ Bye: 8 31. Matt Forte, CHI ................................................... Bye: 8 32. Clinton Portis, WAS ............................................ Bye: 9 33. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ................................. Bye: 7 34. Michael Bush, OAK ........................................... Bye: 10 35. Steve Slaton, HOU ............................................. Bye: 7 36. Justin Forsett, SEA ............................................. Bye: 5 37. Chester Taylor, CHI ............................................ Bye: 8 38. Arian Foster, HOU .............................................. Bye: 7 39. Fred Jackson, BUF ............................................. Bye: 6 40. Felix Jones, DAL................................................. Bye: 4 41. Darren McFadden, OAK .................................... Bye: 10 42. Ricky Williams, MIA ............................................ Bye: 5 43. Thomas Jones, KC ............................................. Bye: 4 44. Kevin Smith, DET ............................................... Bye: 7 45. Willis McGahee, BAL .......................................... Bye: 8 46. Darren Sproles, SD ........................................... Bye: 10 47. Laurence Maroney, NE ....................................... Bye: 5 48. Donald Brown, IND ............................................. Bye: 7 49. Larry Johnson, WAS ........................................... Bye: 9 50. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ..................................... Bye: 9 51. Montario Hardesty, CLE ..................................... Bye: 8 52. Kevin Faulk, NE .................................................. Bye: 5 53. Julius Jones, SEA ............................................... Bye: 5 54. Fred Taylor, NE .................................................. Bye: 5 55. Derrick Ward, TB ................................................ Bye: 4 56. Leon Washington, SEA ...................................... Bye: 5 57. Mike Bell, PHI ..................................................... Bye: 8 58. Jerious Norwood, ATL ........................................ Bye: 8 59. Jason Snelling, ATL ............................................ Bye: 8 60. Toby Gerhart, MIN .............................................. Bye: 4 61. Marshawn Lynch, BUF ....................................... Bye: 6 62. Bernard Scott, CIN ............................................. Bye: 6 63. Peyton Hillis, CLE ............................................... Bye: 8 64. Tashard Choice, DAL ......................................... Bye: 4 65. Sammy Morris, NE ............................................. Bye: 5 66. Mewelde Moore, PIT .......................................... Bye: 5 67. Anthony Dixon, SF .............................................. Bye: 9 68. Brandon Jackson, GB ........................................ Bye: 10 69. Rashad Jennings, JAC ....................................... Bye: 9 70. Brian Westbrook, SF .......................................... Bye: 9 71. Lex Hilliard, MIA.................................................. Bye: 5 72. Chris Ivory, NO .................................................. Bye: 10 73. Leonard Weaver, PHI ......................................... Bye: 8 74. Albert Young, MIN .............................................. Bye: 4 75. LeRon McClain, BAL .......................................... Bye: 8 76. Chris Ogbonnaya, STL ....................................... Bye: 9 77. Javon Ringer, TEN ............................................. Bye: 9 78. Brian Leonard, CIN ............................................. Bye: 6 79. Mike Goodson, CAR ........................................... Bye: 6 80. Joe McKnight, NYJ ............................................. Bye: 7

1. Andre Johnson, HOU ........................................... Bye: 7 2. Reggie Wayne, IND ............................................. Bye: 7 3. Randy Moss, NE .................................................. Bye: 5 4. DeSean Jackson, PHI .......................................... Bye: 8 5. Brandon Marshall, MIA......................................... Bye: 5 6. Miles Austin, DAL ................................................. Bye: 4 7. Roddy White, ATL ................................................ Bye: 8 8. Steve Smith, NYG ................................................ Bye: 8 9. Wes Welker, NE ................................................... Bye: 5 10. Marques Colston, NO........................................ Bye: 10 11. Calvin Johnson, DET ......................................... Bye: 7 12. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI .......................................... Bye: 6 13. Anquan Boldin, BAL ........................................... Bye: 8 14. Greg Jennings, GB............................................ Bye: 10 15. Steve Smith, CAR .............................................. Bye: 6 16. Dwayne Bowe, KC ............................................. Bye: 4 17. Hines Ward, PIT ................................................. Bye: 5 18. Chad Ochocinco, CIN ........................................ Bye: 6 19. Percy Harvin, MIN .............................................. Bye: 4 20. Mike Sims-Walker, JAC ..................................... Bye: 9 21. Donald Driver, GB ............................................. Bye: 10 22. Bernard Berrian, MIN ......................................... Bye: 4 23. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA .............................. Bye: 5 24. Steve Breaston, ARI........................................... Bye: 6 25. Michael Crabtree, SF ......................................... Bye: 9 26. Derrick Mason, BAL ........................................... Bye: 8 27. Hakeem Nicks, NYG .......................................... Bye: 8 28. Terrell Owens, CIN ............................................. Bye: 6 29. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ............................................ Bye: 8 30. Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ ...................................... Bye: 7 31. Santana Moss, WAS .......................................... Bye: 9 32. Mike Wallace, PIT .............................................. Bye: 5 33. Robert Meachem, NO ....................................... Bye: 10 34. Nate Washington, TEN ...................................... Bye: 9 35. Lee Evans, BUF ................................................. Bye: 6 36. Pierre Garcon, IND ............................................. Bye: 7 37. Jabar Gaffney, DEN ........................................... Bye: 9 38. Nate Burleson, DET ........................................... Bye: 7 39. Santonio Holmes, NYJ ....................................... Bye: 7 40. Malcom Floyd, SD ............................................. Bye: 10 41. Chris Chambers, KC .......................................... Bye: 4 42. Vincent Jackson, SD ......................................... Bye: 10 43. Johnny Knox, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8 44. Kenny Britt, TEN ................................................ Bye: 9 45. Dez Bryant, DAL ................................................ Bye: 4 46. Devin Hester, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8 47. Devin Aromashodu, CHI .................................... Bye: 8 48. Dexter McCluster, KC ........................................ Bye: 4 49. Kevin Walter, HOU ............................................. Bye: 7 50. Austin Collie, IND ............................................... Bye: 7 51. Roy E. Williams, DAL ......................................... Bye: 4 52. Mike Williams, TB............................................... Bye: 4 53. Early Doucet, ARI............................................... Bye: 6 54. Braylon Edwards, NYJ ....................................... Bye: 7 55. Louis Murphy, OAK ........................................... Bye: 10 56. Brian Robiskie, CLE ........................................... Bye: 8 57. Anthony Gonzalez, IND ..................................... Bye: 7 58. Devery Henderson, NO ..................................... Bye: 10 59. Julian Edelman, NE............................................ Bye: 5 60. Jason Avant, PHI ............................................... Bye: 8 61. Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE ................................ Bye: 8 62. Mario Manningham, NYG .................................. Bye: 8 63. Demaryius Thomas, DEN .................................. Bye: 9 64. Donnie Avery, STL ............................................. Bye: 9 65. Michael Jenkins, ATL ......................................... Bye: 8 66. Jacoby Jones, HOU ........................................... Bye: 7 67. Golden Tate, SEA .............................................. Bye: 5 68. Sidney Rice, MIN ............................................... Bye: 4 69. Eddie Royal, DEN .............................................. Bye: 9 70. James Jones, GB .............................................. Bye: 10 71. Brian Hartline, MIA ............................................. Bye: 5 72. Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK .............................. Bye: 10 73. Davone Bess, MIA ............................................. Bye: 5 74. Mike Thomas, JAC ............................................. Bye: 9 75. Laurent Robinson, STL ...................................... Bye: 9 76. Josh Morgan, SF ................................................ Bye: 9 77. Josh Cribbs, CLE ............................................... Bye: 8 78. Eric Decker, DEN ............................................... Bye: 9 79. Donte' Stallworth, BAL ....................................... Bye: 8 80. Arrelious Benn, TB ............................................. Bye: 4

1. Antonio Gates, SD ............................................... Bye: 10 2. Dallas Clark, IND .................................................. Bye: 7 3. Vernon Davis, SF.................................................. Bye: 9 4. Jason Witten, DAL ................................................ Bye: 4 5. Tony Gonzalez, ATL ............................................. Bye: 8 6. Brent Celek, PHI ................................................... Bye: 8 7. Jermichael Finley, GB ......................................... Bye: 10 8. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ....................................... Bye: 4 9. Zach Miller, OAK.................................................. Bye: 10 10. Owen Daniels, HOU ........................................... Bye: 7 11. Chris Cooley, WAS ............................................. Bye: 9 12. Kellen Winslow, TB ............................................. Bye: 4 13. John Carlson, SEA ............................................. Bye: 5 14. Heath Miller, PIT ................................................. Bye: 5 15. Greg Olsen, CHI ................................................. Bye: 8 16. Kevin Boss, NYG ................................................ Bye: 8 17. Dustin Keller, NYJ .............................................. Bye: 7 18. Jeremy Shockey, NO ......................................... Bye: 10 19. Bo Scaife, TEN ................................................... Bye: 9 20. Todd Heap, BAL ................................................. Bye: 8 21. Benjamin Watson, CLE ...................................... Bye: 8 22. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ......................................... Bye: 9 23. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ..................................... Bye: 6 24. Anthony Fasano, MIA ......................................... Bye: 5 25. Tony Scheffler, DET ........................................... Bye: 7 26. Fred Davis, WAS ................................................ Bye: 9 27. Aaron Hernandez, NE ........................................ Bye: 5 28. Marquez Branson, DEN ...................................... Bye: 9 29. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ..................................... Bye: 7 30. Shawn Nelson, BUF ........................................... Bye: 6 31. Donald Lee, GB ................................................. Bye: 10 32. Dante Rosario, CAR ........................................... Bye: 6 33. Zach Miller, JAC ................................................. Bye: 9 34. Leonard Pope, KC .............................................. Bye: 4 35. Daniel Fells, STL ................................................ Bye: 9 36. Joel Dreessen, HOU ........................................... Bye: 7 37. Ben Patrick, ARI ................................................. Bye: 6 38. Evan Moore, CLE ............................................... Bye: 8 39. Martellus Bennett, DAL ....................................... Bye: 4 40. Daniel Graham, DEN .......................................... Bye: 9 41. Delanie Walker, SF ............................................. Bye: 9 42. David Thomas, NO ............................................ Bye: 10 43. Derek Schouman, BUF ....................................... Bye: 6 44. Ed Dickson, BAL ................................................. Bye: 8 45. Jeff King, CAR .................................................... Bye: 6 46. Jared Cook, TEN ................................................ Bye: 9 47. Tony Moeaki, KC ................................................ Bye: 4 48. Desmond Clark, CHI ........................................... Bye: 8 49. Chris Baker, SEA ................................................ Bye: 5 50. Joey Haynos, MIA .............................................. Bye: 5 51. Rob Gronkowski, NE .......................................... Bye: 5 52. Jimmy Graham, NO ........................................... Bye: 10 53. Alge Crumpler, NE .............................................. Bye: 5 54. Jerramy Stevens, TB .......................................... Bye: 4 55. Brandon Manumaleuna, CHI .............................. Bye: 8 56. Jonathan Stupar, BUF ........................................ Bye: 6 57. Justin Peelle, ATL ............................................... Bye: 8 58. Gary Barnidge, CAR ........................................... Bye: 6 59. Tony Stewart, OAK ............................................ Bye: 10 60. Jimmy Kleinsasser, MIN ..................................... Bye: 4 61. Randy McMichael, SD ....................................... Bye: 10 62. Michael Hoomanawanui, STL ............................ Bye: 9 63. Garrett Mills, MIN ................................................ Bye: 4 64. Dennis Morris, WAS ........................................... Bye: 9 65. James Casey, HOU ............................................ Bye: 7 66. Fendi Onobun, STL ............................................ Bye: 9 67. Garrett Graham, HOU ........................................ Bye: 7 68. Ernest Wilford, JAC ............................................ Bye: 9 69. Cornelius Ingram, PHI ........................................ Bye: 8 70. Stephen Spach, ARI ........................................... Bye: 6 71. Gijon Robinson, IND ........................................... Bye: 7 72. Anthony McCoy, SEA ......................................... Bye: 5 73. Spencer Havner, GB ......................................... Bye: 10 74. Chase Coffman, CIN .......................................... Bye: 6 75. Dennis Pitta, BAL ............................................... Bye: 8 76. Sean Ryan, WAS ................................................ Bye: 9 77. Matt Spaeth, PIT ................................................. Bye: 5 78. Kris Wilson, SD .................................................. Bye: 10 79. Travis Beckum, NYG .......................................... Bye: 8 80. Andrew Quarless, GB ........................................ Bye: 10

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Individual Defensive Player (IDP) Rankings Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

1. Jared Allen, MIN ................................................... Bye: 4 2. Julius Peppers, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8 3. Trent Cole, PHI ..................................................... Bye: 8 4. Justin Tuck, NYG .................................................. Bye: 8 5. Will Smith, NO ..................................................... Bye: 10 6. Mario Williams, HOU ............................................ Bye: 7 7. Justin Smith, SF.................................................... Bye: 9 8. Robert Mathis, IND ............................................... Bye: 7 9. Kyle Vanden Bosch, DET ..................................... Bye: 7 10. Darnell Dockett, ARI ........................................... Bye: 6 11. Aaron Kampman, JAC ........................................ Bye: 9 12. Mathias Kiwanuka, NYG..................................... Bye: 8 13. Ray Edwards, MIN .............................................. Bye: 4 14. Dwight Freeney, IND .......................................... Bye: 7 15. Calais Campbell, ARI ......................................... Bye: 6 16. Kelly Gregg, BAL ................................................ Bye: 8 17. Everette Brown, CAR ......................................... Bye: 6 18. Brandon Graham, PHI ........................................ Bye: 8 19. Antwan Odom, CIN ............................................. Bye: 6 20. Kevin Williams, MIN ............................................ Bye: 4 21. Stylez White, TB ................................................. Bye: 4 22. John Abraham, ATL ............................................ Bye: 8 23. Alex Brown, NO ................................................. Bye: 10 24. Chris Long, STL .................................................. Bye: 9 25. Jerry Hughes, IND .............................................. Bye: 7 26. Gerald McCoy, TB .............................................. Bye: 4 27. Ndamukong Suh, DET ........................................ Bye: 7 28. Derrick Harvey, JAC ........................................... Bye: 9 29. Haloti Ngata, BAL ............................................... Bye: 8 30. Darryl Tapp, PHI ................................................. Bye: 8 31. Richard Seymour, OAK ..................................... Bye: 10 32. Jonathan Babineaux, ATL .................................. Bye: 8 33. Kroy Biermann, ATL ........................................... Bye: 8 34. Jay Ratliff, DAL ................................................... Bye: 4 35. Glenn Dorsey, KC ............................................... Bye: 4 36. Tyson Jackson, KC ............................................. Bye: 4 37. Brett Keisel, PIT .................................................. Bye: 5 38. Randy Starks, MIA .............................................. Bye: 5 39. William Hayes, TEN ............................................ Bye: 9 40. Tony Brown, TEN ............................................... Bye: 9 41. Jacob Ford, TEN................................................. Bye: 9 42. Shaun Ellis, NYJ ................................................. Bye: 7 43. Tommy Kelly, OAK ............................................ Bye: 10 44. Anthony Hargrove, NO ...................................... Bye: 10 45. Juqua Parker, PHI .............................................. Bye: 8 46. Lawrence Jackson, SEA..................................... Bye: 5 47. Shaun Rogers, CLE ............................................ Bye: 8 48. Kendall Langford, MIA ........................................ Bye: 5 49. Tim Crowder, TB................................................. Bye: 4 50. Matt Shaughnessy, OAK ................................... Bye: 10 51. E.J. Wilson, SEA................................................. Bye: 5 52. Mark Anderson, CHI ........................................... Bye: 8 53. Mike Patterson, PHI ............................................ Bye: 8 54. Tyler Brayton, CAR ............................................. Bye: 6 55. Connor Barwin, HOU .......................................... Bye: 7 56. Ty Warren, NE .................................................... Bye: 5 57. Albert Haynesworth, WAS .................................. Bye: 9 58. Robert Geathers, CIN ......................................... Bye: 6 59. Osi Umenyiora, NYG .......................................... Bye: 8 60. Vince Wilfork, NE ................................................ Bye: 5 61. Chris Clemons, SEA ........................................... Bye: 5 62. Tommie Harris, CHI ............................................ Bye: 8 63. Corey Williams, DET .......................................... Bye: 7 64. Tyson Alualu, JAC .............................................. Bye: 9 65. Aaron Smith, PIT ................................................ Bye: 5 66. Johnny Jolly, GB ................................................ Bye: 10 67. Jason Hunter, DET ............................................. Bye: 7 68. Brandon Mebane, SEA ....................................... Bye: 5 69. Derrick Morgan, TEN .......................................... Bye: 9 70. Raheem Brock, IND ............................................ Bye: 7 71. Antonio Smith, HOU ........................................... Bye: 7 72. Jared Odrick, MIA ............................................... Bye: 5 73. Pat Williams, MIN ............................................... Bye: 4 74. Jamal Williams, DEN .......................................... Bye: 9 75. Eric Foster, IND .................................................. Bye: 7 76. Gerard Warren, NE ............................................. Bye: 5 77. Aubrayo Franklin, SF .......................................... Bye: 9 78. Dwan Edwards, BUF .......................................... Bye: 6 79. Kenyon Coleman, CLE ....................................... Bye: 8 80. John Henderson, OAK ....................................... Bye: 10

1. Patrick Willis, SF .................................................. Bye: 9 2. James Laurinaitis, STL......................................... Bye: 9 3. D.J. Williams, DEN ............................................... Bye: 9 4. Barrett Ruud, TB .................................................. Bye: 4 5. Jonathan Vilma, NO ............................................ Bye: 10 6. Karlos Dansby, MIA ............................................. Bye: 5 7. DeMeco Ryans, HOU........................................... Bye: 7 8. James Harrison, PIT ............................................ Bye: 5 9. Ray Lewis, BAL .................................................... Bye: 8 10. DeMarcus Ware, DAL ........................................ Bye: 4 11. Jon Beason, CAR ............................................... Bye: 6 12. Kirk Morrison, JAC ............................................. Bye: 9 13. David Harris, NYJ ............................................... Bye: 7 14. Rolando McClain, OAK ..................................... Bye: 10 15. Gary Brackett, IND ............................................. Bye: 7 16. Stewart Bradley, PHI .......................................... Bye: 8 17. James Farrior, PIT ............................................. Bye: 5 18. Chad Greenway, MIN......................................... Bye: 4 19. Curtis Lofton, ATL .............................................. Bye: 8 20. London Fletcher, WAS ....................................... Bye: 9 21. Jerod Mayo, NE ................................................. Bye: 5 22. DeAndre Levy, DET ........................................... Bye: 7 23. Clay Matthews, GB ........................................... Bye: 10 24. Nick Barnett, GB ............................................... Bye: 10 25. Lance Briggs, CHI .............................................. Bye: 8 26. LaMarr Woodley, PIT ......................................... Bye: 5 27. Lawrence Timmons, PIT .................................... Bye: 5 28. Brian Urlacher, CHI ............................................ Bye: 8 29. Bradie James, DAL ............................................ Bye: 4 30. Stephen Cooper, SD ......................................... Bye: 10 31. Keith Bulluck, NYG ............................................. Bye: 8 32. Paul Posluszny, BUF ......................................... Bye: 6 33. Clint Session, IND .............................................. Bye: 7 34. Michael Boley, NYG ........................................... Bye: 8 35. Keith Brooking, DAL ........................................... Bye: 4 36. Will Witherspoon, TEN ....................................... Bye: 9 37. Brian Cushing, HOU........................................... Bye: 7 38. Anthony Spencer, DAL ...................................... Bye: 4 39. A.J. Hawk, GB ................................................... Bye: 10 40. D'Qwell Jackson, CLE ........................................ Bye: 8 41. Dhani Jones, CIN ............................................... Bye: 6 42. Demorrio Williams, KC ....................................... Bye: 4 43. Geno Hayes, TB ................................................. Bye: 4 44. Stephen Tulloch, TEN ........................................ Bye: 9 45. Lofa Tatupu, SEA ............................................... Bye: 5 46. Rocky McIntosh, WAS ....................................... Bye: 9 47. Dan Connor, CAR .............................................. Bye: 6 48. Terrell Suggs, BAL ............................................. Bye: 8 49. Calvin Pace, NYJ ............................................... Bye: 7 50. Brad Jones, GB ................................................. Bye: 10 51. E.J. Henderson, MIN .......................................... Bye: 4 52. Shaun Phillips, SD ............................................ Bye: 10 53. Paris Lenon, ARI ................................................ Bye: 6 54. Joey Porter, ARI ................................................. Bye: 6 55. Takeo Spikes, SF ............................................... Bye: 9 56. Brian Orakpo, WAS ............................................ Bye: 9 57. Aaron Curry, SEA ............................................... Bye: 5 58. Manny Lawson, SF ............................................ Bye: 9 59. Mike Peterson, ATL............................................ Bye: 8 60. Sean Weatherspoon, ATL .................................. Bye: 8 61. Bart Scott, NYJ ................................................... Bye: 7 62. Tamba Hali, KC .................................................. Bye: 4 63. Julian Peterson, DET ......................................... Bye: 7 64. Justin Durant, JAC ............................................. Bye: 9 65. Gary Guyton, NE ................................................ Bye: 5 66. Ernie Sims, PHI .................................................. Bye: 8 67. Daryl Smith, JAC ................................................ Bye: 9 68. Clint Sintim, NYG ............................................... Bye: 8 69. Eric Barton, CLE ................................................ Bye: 8 70. Quincy Black, TB................................................ Bye: 4 71. David Thornton, TEN ......................................... Bye: 9 72. Aaron Maybin, BUF ............................................ Bye: 6 73. Trevor Scott, OAK ............................................. Bye: 10 74. Akin Ayodele, DEN ............................................. Bye: 9 75. Koa Misi, MIA ..................................................... Bye: 5 76. Bobby Carpenter, STL ....................................... Bye: 9 77. Corey Mays, KC ................................................. Bye: 4 78. Clark Haggans, ARI ........................................... Bye: 6 79. Keith Rivers, CIN ................................................ Bye: 6 80. Brandon Siler, SD ............................................. Bye: 10

1. Eric Weddle, SD .................................................. Bye: 10 2. Yeremiah Bell, MIA ............................................... Bye: 5 3. Bernard Pollard, HOU ........................................... Bye: 7 4. Louis Delmas, DET ............................................... Bye: 7 5. Roman Harper, NO .............................................. Bye: 10 6. Oshiomogho Atogwe, STL.................................... Bye: 9 7. Dashon Goldson, SF ............................................ Bye: 9 8. Tyvon Branch, OAK ............................................. Bye: 10 9. Richard Marshall, CAR ......................................... Bye: 6 10. Antrel Rolle, NYG ............................................... Bye: 8 11. LaRon Landry, WAS ........................................... Bye: 9 12. Charles Woodson, GB ....................................... Bye: 10 13. Eric Berry, KC ..................................................... Bye: 4 14. Erik Coleman, ATL ............................................. Bye: 8 15. Charles Tillman, CHI .......................................... Bye: 8 16. Brian Dawkins, DEN ........................................... Bye: 9 17. Aqib Talib, TB ..................................................... Bye: 4 18. Quintin Mikell, PHI .............................................. Bye: 8 19. Adrian Wilson, ARI ............................................. Bye: 6 20. Leon Hall, CIN .................................................... Bye: 6 21. Brandon Flowers, KC ......................................... Bye: 4 22. Antoine Bethea, IND ........................................... Bye: 7 23. Jairus Byrd, BUF................................................. Bye: 6 24. Cortland Finnegan, TEN ..................................... Bye: 9 25. Dawan Landry, BAL ............................................ Bye: 8 26. Terrell Thomas, NYG .......................................... Bye: 8 27. Johnathan Joseph, CIN ...................................... Bye: 6 28. Darrelle Revis, NYJ ............................................ Bye: 7 29. George Wilson, BUF ........................................... Bye: 6 30. Brandon Meriweather, NE .................................. Bye: 5 31. Michael Griffin, TEN ........................................... Bye: 9 32. Eric Wright, CLE ................................................. Bye: 8 33. Tanard Jackson, TB ........................................... Bye: 4 34. Chris Gamble, CAR ............................................ Bye: 6 35. Chris Harris, CHI................................................. Bye: 8 36. Champ Bailey, DEN ............................................ Bye: 9 37. Antoine Winfield, MIN ......................................... Bye: 4 38. Kerry Rhodes, ARI .............................................. Bye: 6 39. Darren Sharper, NO .......................................... Bye: 10 40. Terrence McGee, BUF ....................................... Bye: 6 41. Ryan Clark, PIT .................................................. Bye: 5 42. Sherrod Martin, CAR .......................................... Bye: 6 43. Chris Hope, TEN................................................. Bye: 9 44. Ronde Barber, TB ............................................... Bye: 4 45. Quentin Jammer, SD ......................................... Bye: 10 46. James Butler, STL .............................................. Bye: 9 47. DeAngelo Hall, WAS .......................................... Bye: 9 48. Jim Leonhard, NYJ ............................................. Bye: 7 49. Jordan Babineaux, SEA ..................................... Bye: 5 50. Jerraud Powers, IND .......................................... Bye: 7 51. Sabby Piscitelli, TB ............................................. Bye: 4 52. Terence Newman, DAL ...................................... Bye: 4 53. Thomas DeCoud, ATL ........................................ Bye: 8 54. Nick Collins, GB ................................................. Bye: 10 55. Earl Thomas, SEA .............................................. Bye: 5 56. Reed Doughty, WAS .......................................... Bye: 9 57. Abram Elam, CLE ............................................... Bye: 8 58. Nathaniel Allen, PHI ........................................... Bye: 8 59. Brent Grimes, ATL .............................................. Bye: 8 60. Asante Samuel, PHI ........................................... Bye: 8 61. Josh Wilson, SEA ............................................... Bye: 5 62. Michael Lewis, SF .............................................. Bye: 9 63. Antoine Cason, SD ............................................ Bye: 10 64. Morgan Burnett, GB ........................................... Bye: 10 65. Brandon Carr, KC ............................................... Bye: 4 66. Deon Grant, NYG ............................................... Bye: 8 67. Darrell Stuckey, SD ........................................... Bye: 10 68. Chinedum Ndukwe, CIN ..................................... Bye: 6 69. Leigh Bodden, NE .............................................. Bye: 5 70. Chris Houston, DET ............................................ Bye: 7 71. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, ARI................... Bye: 6 72. Malcolm Jenkins, NO ......................................... Bye: 10 73. Ronald Bartell, STL ............................................ Bye: 9 74. Chris Johnson, OAK .......................................... Bye: 10 75. Madieu Williams, MIN ......................................... Bye: 4 76. Marcus Trufant, SEA .......................................... Bye: 5 77. Antonio Cromartie, NYJ ...................................... Bye: 7 78. Tyrone Culver, MIA ............................................. Bye: 5 79. Ike Taylor, PIT .................................................... Bye: 5 80. Brodney Pool, NYJ ............................................. Bye: 7

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Dave Richard’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet Top 200 1. Chris Johnson RB, TEN ....................... Bye: 9 2. Adrian Peterson RB, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 3. Maurice Jones-Drew RB, JAC .............. Bye: 9 4. Michael Turner RB, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 5. Ray Rice RB, BAL ................................ Bye: 8 6. Frank Gore RB, SF .............................. Bye: 9 7. Aaron Rodgers QB, GB ...................... Bye: 10 8. Peyton Manning QB, IND ..................... Bye: 7 9. Andre Johnson WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 10. Drew Brees QB, NO ......................... Bye: 10 11. Steven Jackson RB, STL.................... Bye: 9 12. DeAngelo Williams RB, CAR .............. Bye: 6 13. DeSean Jackson WR, PHI.................. Bye: 8 14. Randy Moss WR, NE ......................... Bye: 5 15. Reggie Wayne WR, IND ..................... Bye: 7 16. Matt Schaub QB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 17. Cedric Benson RB, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 18. Miles Austin WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 19. Roddy White WR, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 20. Calvin Johnson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 21. Brandon Marshall WR, MIA ................ Bye: 5 22. Marques Colston WR, NO ................ Bye: 10 23. Rashard Mendenhall RB, PIT ............. Bye: 5 24. Shonn Greene RB, NYJ ..................... Bye: 7 25. Jamaal Charles RB, KC...................... Bye: 4 26. Ryan Grant RB, GB .......................... Bye: 10 27. Ryan Mathews RB, SD ..................... Bye: 10 28. Tom Brady QB, NE............................. Bye: 5 29. Tony Romo QB, DAL.......................... Bye: 4 30. Steve Smith WR, NYG ....................... Bye: 8 31. Larry Fitzgerald WR, ARI.................... Bye: 6 32. Pierre Thomas RB, NO..................... Bye: 10 33. Greg Jennings WR, GB .................... Bye: 10 34. Joseph Addai RB, IND........................ Bye: 7 35. Ronnie Brown RB, MIA....................... Bye: 5 36. Steve Smith WR, CAR........................ Bye: 6 37. Wes Welker WR, NE .......................... Bye: 5 38. Anquan Boldin WR, BAL .................... Bye: 8 39. Philip Rivers QB, SD ........................ Bye: 10 40. Antonio Gates TE, SD ...................... Bye: 10

41. Dallas Clark TE, IND .......................... Bye: 7 42. Knowshon Moreno RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 43. LeSean McCoy RB, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 44. Jonathan Stewart RB, CAR ................ Bye: 6 45. Chad Ochocinco WR, CIN .................. Bye: 6 46. Beanie Wells RB, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 47. Dwayne Bowe WR, KC....................... Bye: 4 48. Marion Barber RB, DAL ...................... Bye: 4 49. Vernon Davis TE, SF.......................... Bye: 9 50. Hines Ward WR, PIT .......................... Bye: 5 51. Percy Harvin WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 52. Brandon Jacobs RB, NYG .................. Bye: 8 53. Cadillac Williams RB, TB .................... Bye: 4 54. Reggie Bush RB, NO ....................... Bye: 10 55. Jahvid Best RB, DET.......................... Bye: 7 56. Clinton Portis RB, WAS ...................... Bye: 9 57. Ahmad Bradshaw RB, NYG................ Bye: 8 58. C.J. Spiller RB, BUF ........................... Bye: 6 59. Donald Driver WR, GB ..................... Bye: 10 60. Tim Hightower RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 61. Jerome Harrison RB, CLE .................. Bye: 8 62. Brent Celek TE, PHI ........................... Bye: 8 63. Eli Manning QB, NYG ......................... Bye: 8 64. Jason Witten TE, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 65. Joe Flacco QB, BAL ........................... Bye: 8 66. Mike Sims-Walker WR, JAC ............... Bye: 9 67. Steve Breaston WR, ARI .................... Bye: 6 68. Jay Cutler QB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 69. Matt Forte RB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 70. Tony Gonzalez TE, ATL ..................... Bye: 8 71. Brett Favre QB, MIN ........................... Bye: 4 72. Jermichael Finley TE, GB ................. Bye: 10 73. LaDainian Tomlinson RB, NYJ ........... Bye: 7 74. Kevin Kolb QB, PHI ............................ Bye: 8 75. Hakeem Nicks WR, NYG.................... Bye: 8 76. Michael Bush RB, OAK .................... Bye: 10 77. Arian Foster RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 7 78. Terrell Owens WR, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 79. Justin Forsett RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 80. Bernard Berrian WR, MIN................... Bye: 4

81. Derrick Mason WR, BAL..................... Bye: 8 82. Michael Crabtree WR, SF ................... Bye: 9 83. Felix Jones RB, DAL .......................... Bye: 4 84. Carson Palmer QB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 85. Mike Wallace WR, PIT........................ Bye: 5 86. Visanthe Shiancoe TE, MIN................ Bye: 4 87. Fred Jackson RB, BUF ....................... Bye: 6 88. Matt Ryan QB, ATL ............................ Bye: 8 89. Pierre Garcon WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 90. Jeremy Maclin WR, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 91. Robert Meachem WR, NO ................ Bye: 10 92. Santonio Holmes WR, NYJ................. Bye: 7 93. Steve Slaton RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 94. Ricky Williams RB, MIA ...................... Bye: 5 95. Thomas Jones RB, KC ....................... Bye: 4 96. Santana Moss WR, WAS.................... Bye: 9 97. T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR, SEA ........ Bye: 5 98. Owen Daniels TE, HOU...................... Bye: 7 99. Zach Miller TE, OAK......................... Bye: 10 100. Lee Evans WR, BUF ........................ Bye: 6 101. Nate Washington WR, TEN .............. Bye: 9 102. Jerricho Cotchery WR, NYJ .............. Bye: 7 103. Jabar Gaffney WR, DEN................... Bye: 9 104. Chris Cooley TE, WAS ..................... Bye: 9 105. Nate Burleson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 106. Malcom Floyd WR, SD ................... Bye: 10 107. Vincent Jackson WR, SD................ Bye: 10 108. Chris Chambers WR, KC .................. Bye: 4 109. Donovan McNabb QB, WAS ............. Bye: 9 110. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 7 111. Kellen Winslow TE, TB ..................... Bye: 4 112. Johnny Knox WR, CHI...................... Bye: 8 113. Dez Bryant WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 114. Matthew Stafford QB, DET ............... Bye: 7 115. Chester Taylor RB, CHI .................... Bye: 8 116. Laurence Maroney RB, NE ............... Bye: 5 117. Darren McFadden RB, OAK ........... Bye: 10 118. Willis McGahee RB, BAL .................. Bye: 8 119. Kenny Britt WR, TEN ........................ Bye: 9 120. Devin Hester WR, CHI ...................... Bye: 8

121. Matt Cassel QB, KC ......................... Bye: 4 122. Roy E. Williams WR, DAL................. Bye: 4 123. Alex Smith QB, SF ........................... Bye: 9 124. Braylon Edwards WR, NYJ ............... Bye: 7 125. Devin Aromashodu WR, CHI ............ Bye: 8 126. Dexter McCluster WR, KC ................ Bye: 4 127. Chad Henne QB, MIA ....................... Bye: 5 128. Mike Williams WR, TB ...................... Bye: 4 129. Ben Roethlisberger QB, PIT ............. Bye: 5 130. Kevin Smith RB, DET ....................... Bye: 7 131. Donald Brown RB, IND ..................... Bye: 7 132. Early Doucet WR, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 133. Packers DST .................................. Bye: 10 134. Louis Murphy WR, OAK.................. Bye: 10 135. Kevin Walter WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 136. John Carlson TE, SEA...................... Bye: 5 137. Austin Collie WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 138. Brian Robiskie WR, CLE................... Bye: 8 139. Larry Johnson RB, WAS ................... Bye: 9 140. Montario Hardesty RB, CLE.............. Bye: 8 141. Correll Buckhalter RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 142. Darren Sproles RB, SD................... Bye: 10 143. Fred Taylor RB, NE .......................... Bye: 5 144. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 4 145. Julius Jones RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 146. Mike Bell RB, PHI ............................. Bye: 8 147. Devery Henderson WR, NO............ Bye: 10 148. Derrick Ward RB, TB ........................ Bye: 4 149. Mark Sanchez QB, NYJ.................... Bye: 7 150. Vikings DST ..................................... Bye: 4 151. Heath Miller TE, PIT ......................... Bye: 5 152. Julian Edelman WR, NE ................... Bye: 5 153. Jacoby Jones WR, HOU ................... Bye: 7 154. Vince Young QB, TEN ...................... Bye: 9 155. Anthony Gonzalez WR, IND ............. Bye: 7 156. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 8 157. Mario Manningham WR, NYG .......... Bye: 8 158. Mohamed Massaquoi WR, CLE ........ Bye: 8 159. Sidney Rice WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 160. Josh Freeman QB, TB ...................... Bye: 4

161. Demaryius Thomas WR, DEN .......... Bye: 9 162. Garrett Hartley K, NO ..................... Bye: 10 163. Kevin Boss TE, NYG ........................ Bye: 8 164. Greg Olsen TE, CHI ......................... Bye: 8 165. Dustin Keller TE, NYJ ....................... Bye: 7 166. James Jones WR, GB .................... Bye: 10 167. David Akers K, PHI ........................... Bye: 8 168. Steelers DST .................................... Bye: 5 169. David Garrard QB, JAC .................... Bye: 9 170. Jason Avant WR, PHI ....................... Bye: 8 171. Golden Tate WR, SEA...................... Bye: 5 172. Jason Snelling RB, ATL.................... Bye: 8 173. Marshawn Lynch RB, BUF ............... Bye: 6 174. Kevin Faulk RB, NE.......................... Bye: 5 175. Leon Washington RB, SEA............... Bye: 5 176. Ryan Longwell K, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 177. Mason Crosby K, GB ...................... Bye: 10 178. 49ers DST ........................................ Bye: 9 179. Michael Jenkins WR, ATL................. Bye: 8 180. Darrius Heyward-Bey WR, OAK ..... Bye: 10 181. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 8 182. Brian Hartline WR, MIA..................... Bye: 5 183. Bernard Scott RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 184. Stephen Gostkowski K, NE............... Bye: 5 185. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 5 186. Tashard Choice RB, DAL ................. Bye: 4 187. Toby Gerhart RB, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 188. Jerious Norwood RB, ATL ................ Bye: 8 189. Anthony Dixon RB, SF...................... Bye: 9 190. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8 191. Donnie Avery WR, STL..................... Bye: 9 192. Sammy Morris RB, NE ..................... Bye: 5 193. Kyle Orton QB, DEN ......................... Bye: 9 194. Jeremy Shockey TE, NO ................ Bye: 10 195. Peyton Hillis RB, CLE ....................... Bye: 8 196. Brian Westbrook RB, SF................... Bye: 9 197. Eddie Royal WR, DEN...................... Bye: 9 198. Rob Bironas K, TEN ......................... Bye: 9 199. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 10 200. Mike Thomas WR, JAC .................... Bye: 9

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1. Aaron Rodgers, GB ................ Bye: 10...... $18 2. Peyton Manning, IND ............... Bye: 7...... $17 3. Drew Brees, NO ..................... Bye: 10...... $17 4. Matt Schaub, HOU ................... Bye: 7...... $16 5. Tom Brady, NE ........................ Bye: 5...... $15 6. Tony Romo, DAL...................... Bye: 4...... $12 7. Philip Rivers, SD .................... Bye: 10........ $9 8. Eli Manning, NYG..................... Bye: 8........ $7 9. Joe Flacco, BAL ....................... Bye: 8........ $7 10. Jay Cutler, CHI ....................... Bye: 8........ $6 11. Brett Favre, MIN ..................... Bye: 4........ $5 12. Kevin Kolb, PHI ...................... Bye: 8........ $5 13. Carson Palmer, CIN ............... Bye: 6........ $4 14. Matt Ryan, ATL ...................... Bye: 8........ $4 15. Donovan McNabb, WAS......... Bye: 9........ $2 16. Matthew Stafford, DET ........... Bye: 7........ $2 17. Matt Cassel, KC ..................... Bye: 4........ $2 18. Alex Smith, SF ....................... Bye: 9........ $2 19. Chad Henne, MIA................... Bye: 5........ $2 20. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ......... Bye: 5........ $2 21. Mark Sanchez, NYJ................ Bye: 7........ $1 22. Vince Young, TEN.................. Bye: 9........ $0 23. Josh Freeman, TB .................. Bye: 4........ $0 24. David Garrard, JAC ................ Bye: 9........ $0 25. Kyle Orton, DEN..................... Bye: 9........ $0 26. Jason Campbell, OAK .......... Bye: 10........ $0 27. Matt Hasselbeck, SEA ............ Bye: 5........ $0 28. Matt Leinart, ARI .................... Bye: 6........ $0 29. Matt Moore, CAR ................... Bye: 6........ $0 30. Sam Bradford, STL................. Bye: 9........ $0 31. Trent Edwards, BUF ............... Bye: 6........ $0 32. Jake Delhomme, CLE ............ Bye: 8........ $0 33. Seneca Wallace, CLE ............ Bye: 8........ $0 34. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF ............ Bye: 6........ $0 35. Charlie Whitehurst, SEA ......... Bye: 5........ $0 36. Tim Tebow, DEN .................... Bye: 9........ $0 37. Derek Anderson, ARI ............. Bye: 6........ $0 38. Jimmy Clausen, CAR ............. Bye: 6........ $0 39. Byron Leftwich, PIT ................ Bye: 5........ $0 40. Tarvaris Jackson, MIN............ Bye: 4........ $0

1. Chris Johnson, TEN ................. Bye: 9...... $33 2. Adrian Peterson, MIN ............... Bye: 4...... $32 3. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC ........ Bye: 9...... $30 4. Michael Turner, ATL................. Bye: 8...... $26 5. Ray Rice, BAL.......................... Bye: 8...... $23 6. Frank Gore, SF ........................ Bye: 9...... $21 7. Steven Jackson, STL ............... Bye: 9...... $20 8. DeAngelo Williams, CAR .......... Bye: 6...... $17 9. Cedric Benson, CIN ................. Bye: 6...... $15 10. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ....... Bye: 5...... $15 11. Shonn Greene, NYJ ............... Bye: 7...... $14 12. Jamaal Charles, KC ............... Bye: 4...... $13 13. Ryan Grant, GB.................... Bye: 10...... $13 14. Ryan Mathews, SD............... Bye: 10...... $13 15. Pierre Thomas, NO .............. Bye: 10...... $10 16. Joseph Addai, IND ................. Bye: 7...... $10 17. Ronnie Brown, MIA ................ Bye: 5........ $9 18. LeSean McCoy, PHI ............... Bye: 8........ $8 19. Knowshon Moreno, DEN ........ Bye: 9........ $8 20. Jonathan Stewart, CAR .......... Bye: 6........ $8 21. Beanie Wells, ARI .................. Bye: 6........ $8 22. Marion Barber, DAL................ Bye: 4........ $7 23. Brandon Jacobs, NYG ............ Bye: 8........ $6 24. Cadillac Williams, TB.............. Bye: 4........ $6 25. Reggie Bush, NO ................. Bye: 10........ $5 26. Jahvid Best, DET ................... Bye: 7........ $5 27. Clinton Portis, WAS ................ Bye: 9........ $5 28. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ......... Bye: 8........ $5 29. C.J. Spiller, BUF..................... Bye: 6........ $5 30. Tim Hightower, ARI ................ Bye: 6........ $5 31. Jerome Harrison, CLE ............ Bye: 8........ $5 32. Matt Forte, CHI....................... Bye: 8........ $5 33. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ..... Bye: 7........ $5 34. Michael Bush, OAK .............. Bye: 10........ $4 35. Arian Foster, HOU.................. Bye: 7........ $4 36. Justin Forsett, SEA................. Bye: 5........ $4 37. Felix Jones, DAL .................... Bye: 4........ $4 38. Fred Jackson, BUF................. Bye: 6........ $3 39. Steve Slaton, HOU ................. Bye: 7........ $3 40. Ricky Williams, MIA ................ Bye: 5........ $3 41. Thomas Jones, KC ................. Bye: 4........ $3 42. Chester Taylor, CHI................ Bye: 8........ $2 43. Laurence Maroney, NE........... Bye: 5........ $2 44. Darren McFadden, OAK ....... Bye: 10........ $2 45. Willis McGahee, BAL.............. Bye: 8........ $2 46. Kevin Smith, DET ................... Bye: 7........ $2 47. Donald Brown, IND................. Bye: 7........ $2 48. Larry Johnson, WAS .............. Bye: 9........ $2 49. Montario Hardesty, CLE ......... Bye: 8........ $2 50. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ......... Bye: 9........ $2 51. Darren Sproles, SD .............. Bye: 10........ $2 52. Fred Taylor, NE...................... Bye: 5........ $1 53. Julius Jones, SEA .................. Bye: 5........ $1 54. Mike Bell, PHI ........................ Bye: 8........ $1 55. Derrick Ward, TB.................... Bye: 4........ $1 56. Jason Snelling, ATL ............... Bye: 8........ $0 57. Marshawn Lynch, BUF ........... Bye: 6........ $0 58. Kevin Faulk, NE ..................... Bye: 5........ $0 59. Leon Washington, SEA .......... Bye: 5........ $0 60. Bernard Scott, CIN ................. Bye: 6........ $0 61. Tashard Choice, DAL ............. Bye: 4........ $0 62. Toby Gerhart, MIN ................. Bye: 4........ $0 63. Jerious Norwood, ATL ............ Bye: 8........ $0 64. Anthony Dixon, SF ................. Bye: 9........ $0 65. Sammy Morris, NE ................. Bye: 5........ $0 66. Peyton Hillis, CLE .................. Bye: 8........ $0 67. Chris Ivory, NO..................... Bye: 10........ $0 68. Rashad Jennings, JAC ........... Bye: 9........ $0 69. Chris Ogbonnaya, STL ........... Bye: 9........ $0 70. Albert Young, MIN .................. Bye: 4........ $0

1. Andre Johnson, HOU ............... Bye: 7...... $21 2. DeSean Jackson, PHI .............. Bye: 8...... $19 3. Randy Moss, NE ...................... Bye: 5...... $17 4. Reggie Wayne, IND.................. Bye: 7...... $17 5. Miles Austin, DAL ..................... Bye: 4...... $16 6. Roddy White, ATL .................... Bye: 8...... $15 7. Calvin Johnson, DET................ Bye: 7...... $15 8. Brandon Marshall, MIA ............. Bye: 5...... $15 9. Marques Colston, NO ............. Bye: 10...... $14 10. Steve Smith, NYG .................. Bye: 8...... $13 11. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI .............. Bye: 6...... $13 12. Greg Jennings, GB ............... Bye: 10...... $12 13. Steve Smith, CAR .................. Bye: 6...... $11 14. Wes Welker, NE ..................... Bye: 5...... $10 15. Anquan Boldin, BAL ............... Bye: 8...... $10 16. Chad Ochocinco, CIN ............. Bye: 6...... $10 17. Dwayne Bowe, KC ................. Bye: 4........ $8 18. Hines Ward, PIT ..................... Bye: 5........ $7 19. Percy Harvin, MIN .................. Bye: 4........ $7 20. Donald Driver, GB ................ Bye: 10........ $5 21. Mike Sims-Walker, JAC .......... Bye: 9........ $5 22. Steve Breaston, ARI ............... Bye: 6........ $4 23. Hakeem Nicks, NYG .............. Bye: 8........ $4 24. Terrell Owens, CIN ................. Bye: 6........ $4 25. Bernard Berrian, MIN.............. Bye: 4........ $4 26. Derrick Mason, BAL ............... Bye: 8........ $4 27. Michael Crabtree, SF.............. Bye: 9........ $4 28. Mike Wallace, PIT .................. Bye: 5........ $3 29. Pierre Garcon, IND ................. Bye: 7........ $3 30. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................ Bye: 8........ $3 31. Robert Meachem, NO........... Bye: 10........ $3 32. Santonio Holmes, NYJ ........... Bye: 7........ $3 33. Santana Moss, WAS .............. Bye: 9........ $3 34. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA... Bye: 5........ $3 35. Lee Evans, BUF ..................... Bye: 6........ $3 36. Nate Washington, TEN ........... Bye: 9........ $2 37. Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ........... Bye: 7........ $2 38. Jabar Gaffney, DEN ............... Bye: 9........ $2 39. Nate Burleson, DET ............... Bye: 7........ $2 40. Malcom Floyd, SD ................ Bye: 10........ $2 41. Vincent Jackson, SD ............ Bye: 10........ $2 42. Chris Chambers, KC .............. Bye: 4........ $2 43. Johnny Knox, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $2 44. Dez Bryant, DAL .................... Bye: 4........ $2 45. Kenny Britt, TEN .................... Bye: 9........ $2 46. Devin Hester, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $2 47. Roy E. Williams, DAL ............. Bye: 4........ $2 48. Braylon Edwards, NYJ............ Bye: 7........ $2 49. Devin Aromashodu, CHI ......... Bye: 8........ $2 50. Dexter McCluster, KC ............. Bye: 4........ $2 51. Mike Williams, TB ................... Bye: 4........ $2 52. Early Doucet, ARI ................... Bye: 6........ $2 53. Louis Murphy, OAK .............. Bye: 10........ $1 54. Kevin Walter, HOU ................. Bye: 7........ $1 55. Austin Collie, IND ................... Bye: 7........ $1 56. Brian Robiskie, CLE ............... Bye: 8........ $1 57. Devery Henderson, NO ........ Bye: 10........ $1 58. Julian Edelman, NE ................ Bye: 5........ $1 59. Jacoby Jones, HOU ............... Bye: 7........ $1 60. Anthony Gonzalez, IND .......... Bye: 7........ $1 61. Mario Manningham, NYG ....... Bye: 8........ $1 62. Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE .... Bye: 8........ $1 63. Sidney Rice, MIN.................... Bye: 4........ $1 64. Demaryius Thomas, DEN ....... Bye: 9........ $1 65. James Jones, GB ................. Bye: 10........ $0 66. Jason Avant, PHI.................... Bye: 8........ $0 67. Michael Jenkins, ATL ............. Bye: 8........ $0 68. Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK .. Bye: 10........ $0 69. Golden Tate, SEA .................. Bye: 5........ $0 70. Brian Hartline, MIA ................. Bye: 5........ $0

1. Antonio Gates, SD.................. Bye: 10........ $9 2. Dallas Clark, IND...................... Bye: 7........ $9 3. Vernon Davis, SF ..................... Bye: 9........ $9 4. Brent Celek, PHI ...................... Bye: 8........ $7 5. Jason Witten, DAL.................... Bye: 4........ $5 6. Tony Gonzalez, ATL................. Bye: 8........ $5 7. Jermichael Finley, GB ............ Bye: 10........ $4 8. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ........... Bye: 4........ $4 9. Owen Daniels, HOU ................. Bye: 7........ $4 10. Zach Miller, OAK .................. Bye: 10........ $3 11. Chris Cooley, WAS................. Bye: 9........ $2 12. Kellen Winslow, TB ................ Bye: 4........ $3 13. John Carlson, SEA ................. Bye: 5........ $1 14. Heath Miller, PIT .................... Bye: 5........ $1 15. Kevin Boss, NYG.................... Bye: 8........ $1 16. Greg Olsen, CHI ..................... Bye: 8........ $1 17. Dustin Keller, NYJ .................. Bye: 7........ $1 18. Jeremy Shockey, NO............ Bye: 10........ $0 19. Todd Heap, BAL..................... Bye: 8........ $0 20. Benjamin Watson, CLE .......... Bye: 8........ $0 21. Bo Scaife, TEN....................... Bye: 9........ $0 22. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ............. Bye: 9........ $0 23. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ......... Bye: 6........ $0 24. Tony Scheffler, DET ............... Bye: 7........ $0 25. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............ Bye: 5........ $0 26. Fred Davis, WAS.................... Bye: 9........ $0 27. Marquez Branson, DEN.......... Bye: 9........ $0 28. Anthony Fasano, MIA ............. Bye: 5........ $0 29. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ......... Bye: 7........ $0 30. Donald Lee, GB.................... Bye: 10........ $0 31. Shawn Nelson, BUF ............... Bye: 6........ $0 32. Daniel Graham, DEN.............. Bye: 9........ $0

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

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

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Jamey Eisenberg’s Draft Day Cheat Sheet Top 200 1. Chris Johnson RB, TEN ....................... Bye: 9 2. Adrian Peterson RB, MIN ..................... Bye: 4 3. Maurice Jones-Drew RB, JAC .............. Bye: 9 4. Ray Rice RB, BAL ................................ Bye: 8 5. Michael Turner RB, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 6. Andre Johnson WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 7. Frank Gore RB, SF .............................. Bye: 9 8. Steven Jackson RB, STL...................... Bye: 9 9. DeAngelo Williams RB, CAR ................ Bye: 6 10. Randy Moss WR, NE ......................... Bye: 5 11. Drew Brees QB, NO ......................... Bye: 10 12. Calvin Johnson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 13. Peyton Manning QB, IND ................... Bye: 7 14. Reggie Wayne WR, IND ..................... Bye: 7 15. Aaron Rodgers QB, GB .................... Bye: 10 16. Larry Fitzgerald WR, ARI.................... Bye: 6 17. Shonn Greene RB, NYJ ..................... Bye: 7 18. Tom Brady QB, NE............................. Bye: 5 19. Cedric Benson RB, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 20. Rashard Mendenhall RB, PIT ............. Bye: 5 21. Ryan Grant RB, GB .......................... Bye: 10 22. Matt Schaub QB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 23. Roddy White WR, ATL ....................... Bye: 8 24. Miles Austin WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 25. Ryan Mathews RB, SD ..................... Bye: 10 26. Tony Romo QB, DAL.......................... Bye: 4 27. Philip Rivers QB, SD ........................ Bye: 10 28. Dallas Clark TE, IND .......................... Bye: 7 29. Joseph Addai RB, IND........................ Bye: 7 30. Brandon Marshall WR, MIA ................ Bye: 5 31. Jamaal Charles RB, KC...................... Bye: 4 32. LeSean McCoy RB, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 33. DeSean Jackson WR, PHI.................. Bye: 8 34. Pierre Thomas RB, NO..................... Bye: 10 35. Ronnie Brown RB, MIA....................... Bye: 5 36. Greg Jennings WR, GB .................... Bye: 10 37. Marques Colston WR, NO ................ Bye: 10 38. Beanie Wells RB, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 39. Knowshon Moreno RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 40. Anquan Boldin WR, BAL .................... Bye: 8

41. Antonio Gates TE, SD ...................... Bye: 10 42. Joe Flacco QB, BAL ........................... Bye: 8 43. Jahvid Best RB, DET.......................... Bye: 7 44. Steve Smith WR, NYG ....................... Bye: 8 45. Matt Forte RB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 46. Cadillac Williams RB, TB .................... Bye: 4 47. Jay Cutler QB, CHI ............................. Bye: 8 48. Chad Ochocinco WR, CIN .................. Bye: 6 49. Jonathan Stewart RB, CAR ................ Bye: 6 50. Matt Ryan QB, ATL ............................ Bye: 8 51. Brandon Jacobs RB, NYG .................. Bye: 8 52. Kevin Kolb QB, PHI ............................ Bye: 8 53. Marion Barber RB, DAL ...................... Bye: 4 54. Steve Smith WR, CAR........................ Bye: 6 55. Carson Palmer QB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 56. Vernon Davis TE, SF.......................... Bye: 9 57. Ahmad Bradshaw RB, NYG................ Bye: 8 58. Reggie Bush RB, NO ....................... Bye: 10 59. Justin Forsett RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 60. Jason Witten TE, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 61. Felix Jones RB, DAL .......................... Bye: 4 62. Clinton Portis RB, WAS ...................... Bye: 9 63. Mike Sims-Walker WR, JAC ............... Bye: 9 64. Arian Foster RB, HOU ........................ Bye: 7 65. LaDainian Tomlinson RB, NYJ ........... Bye: 7 66. Dwayne Bowe WR, KC....................... Bye: 4 67. Tony Gonzalez TE, ATL ..................... Bye: 8 68. Eli Manning QB, NYG ......................... Bye: 8 69. Brent Celek TE, PHI ........................... Bye: 8 70. Michael Crabtree WR, SF ................... Bye: 9 71. Percy Harvin WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 72. Michael Bush RB, OAK .................... Bye: 10 73. Wes Welker WR, NE .......................... Bye: 5 74. Brett Favre QB, MIN ........................... Bye: 4 75. Hines Ward WR, PIT .......................... Bye: 5 76. Jerome Harrison RB, CLE .................. Bye: 8 77. Hakeem Nicks WR, NYG.................... Bye: 8 78. Ricky Williams RB, MIA ...................... Bye: 5 79. Thomas Jones RB, KC ....................... Bye: 4 80. C.J. Spiller RB, BUF ........................... Bye: 6

81. Tim Hightower RB, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 82. T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR, SEA ........ Bye: 5 83. Donovan McNabb QB, WAS............... Bye: 9 84. Laurence Maroney RB, NE ................. Bye: 5 85. Santana Moss WR, WAS.................... Bye: 9 86. Malcom Floyd WR, SD ..................... Bye: 10 87. Chester Taylor RB, CHI ...................... Bye: 8 88. Montario Hardesty RB, CLE ............... Bye: 8 89. Mike Wallace WR, PIT........................ Bye: 5 90. Jermichael Finley TE, GB ................. Bye: 10 91. Darren Sproles RB, SD .................... Bye: 10 92. Terrell Owens WR, CIN ...................... Bye: 6 93. Ben Roethlisberger QB, PIT ............... Bye: 5 94. Steve Slaton RB, HOU ....................... Bye: 7 95. Jeremy Maclin WR, PHI ..................... Bye: 8 96. Jabar Gaffney WR, DEN..................... Bye: 9 97. Steve Breaston WR, ARI .................... Bye: 6 98. Pierre Garcon WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 99. Chad Henne QB, MIA......................... Bye: 5 100. Fred Jackson RB, BUF ..................... Bye: 6 101. Donald Brown RB, IND ..................... Bye: 7 102. Derrick Mason WR, BAL ................... Bye: 8 103. Donald Driver WR, GB ................... Bye: 10 104. Robert Meachem WR, NO .............. Bye: 10 105. Willis McGahee RB, BAL .................. Bye: 8 106. Lee Evans WR, BUF ........................ Bye: 6 107. Vincent Jackson WR, SD................ Bye: 10 108. Chris Cooley TE, WAS ..................... Bye: 9 109. Darren McFadden RB, OAK ........... Bye: 10 110. Mike Williams WR, TB ...................... Bye: 4 111. Larry Johnson RB, WAS ................... Bye: 9 112. Dexter McCluster WR, KC ................ Bye: 4 113. Johnny Knox WR, CHI...................... Bye: 8 114. Zach Miller TE, OAK ....................... Bye: 10 115. Santonio Holmes WR, NYJ............... Bye: 7 116. Devin Hester WR, CHI ...................... Bye: 8 117. Fred Taylor RB, NE .......................... Bye: 5 118. Owen Daniels TE, HOU.................... Bye: 7 119. Devin Aromashodu WR, CHI ............ Bye: 8 120. Visanthe Shiancoe TE, MIN .............. Bye: 4

121. Mike Bell RB, PHI ............................. Bye: 8 122. Kevin Smith RB, DET ....................... Bye: 7 123. Braylon Edwards WR, NYJ ............... Bye: 7 124. Chris Chambers WR, KC .................. Bye: 4 125. Alex Smith QB, SF ........................... Bye: 9 126. Jerricho Cotchery WR, NYJ .............. Bye: 7 127. Kellen Winslow TE, TB ..................... Bye: 4 128. Sidney Rice WR, MIN ....................... Bye: 4 129. Matthew Stafford QB, DET ............... Bye: 7 130. Kenny Britt WR, TEN ........................ Bye: 9 131. Toby Gerhart RB, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 132. Roy E. Williams WR, DAL................. Bye: 4 133. Kevin Walter WR, HOU .................... Bye: 7 134. Leon Washington RB, SEA............... Bye: 5 135. Matt Cassel QB, KC ......................... Bye: 4 136. Nate Washington WR, TEN .............. Bye: 9 137. Jets DST .......................................... Bye: 7 138. Donnie Avery WR, STL..................... Bye: 9 139. Derrick Ward RB, TB ........................ Bye: 4 140. Dez Bryant WR, DAL ........................ Bye: 4 141. Eagles DST ...................................... Bye: 8 142. Correll Buckhalter RB, DEN .............. Bye: 9 143. Anthony Gonzalez WR, IND ............. Bye: 7 144. Mario Manningham WR, NYG .......... Bye: 8 145. Nate Burleson WR, DET ................... Bye: 7 146. Jason Snelling RB, ATL.................... Bye: 8 147. Julius Jones RB, SEA....................... Bye: 5 148. Austin Collie WR, IND ...................... Bye: 7 149. Bernard Berrian WR, MIN ................. Bye: 4 150. Vikings DST ..................................... Bye: 4 151. John Carlson TE, SEA...................... Bye: 5 152. Marshawn Lynch RB, BUF ............... Bye: 6 153. Matt Leinart QB, ARI ........................ Bye: 6 154. Louis Murphy WR, OAK.................. Bye: 10 155. Bernard Scott RB, CIN ..................... Bye: 6 156. Demaryius Thomas WR, DEN .......... Bye: 9 157. Brian Hartline WR, MIA..................... Bye: 5 158. Dustin Keller TE, NYJ ....................... Bye: 7 159. Laurent Robinson WR, STL .............. Bye: 9 160. James Jones WR, GB .................... Bye: 10

161. Chaz Schilens WR, OAK ................ Bye: 10 162. Brian Westbrook RB, SF................... Bye: 9 163. Mohamed Massaquoi WR, CLE ........ Bye: 8 164. Cowboys DST .................................. Bye: 4 165. Jacoby Jones WR, HOU ................... Bye: 7 166. Legedu Naanee WR, SD ................ Bye: 10 167. Mark Sanchez QB, NYJ.................... Bye: 7 168. Devery Henderson WR, NO............ Bye: 10 169. Early Doucet WR, ARI ...................... Bye: 6 170. Sammy Morris RB, NE ..................... Bye: 5 171. Eddie Royal WR, DEN...................... Bye: 9 172. Matt Hasselbeck QB, SEA ................ Bye: 5 173. Vince Young QB, TEN ...................... Bye: 9 174. Devin Thomas WR, WAS ................. Bye: 9 175. Heath Miller TE, PIT ......................... Bye: 5 176. Packers DST .................................. Bye: 10 177. Mike Thomas WR, JAC .................... Bye: 9 178. Steelers DST .................................... Bye: 5 179. Davone Bess WR, MIA ..................... Bye: 5 180. 49ers DST ........................................ Bye: 9 181. Garrett Hartley K, NO ..................... Bye: 10 182. Mike Williams WR, SEA.................... Bye: 5 183. Anthony Dixon RB, SF...................... Bye: 9 184. Tashard Choice RB, DAL ................. Bye: 4 185. Ravens DST ..................................... Bye: 8 186. Javon Ringer RB, TEN ..................... Bye: 9 187. Jerious Norwood RB, ATL ................ Bye: 8 188. Ryan Longwell K, MIN ...................... Bye: 4 189. Saints DST ..................................... Bye: 10 190. Nate Kaeding K, SD ....................... Bye: 10 191. Jonathan Dwyer RB, PIT .................. Bye: 5 192. Giants DST ...................................... Bye: 8 193. Rashad Jennings RB, JAC ............... Bye: 9 194. David Garrard QB, JAC .................... Bye: 9 195. Greg Olsen TE, CHI ......................... Bye: 8 196. Bears DST ....................................... Bye: 8 197. Stephen Gostkowski K, NE............... Bye: 5 198. Josh Freeman QB, TB ...................... Bye: 4 199. Mason Crosby K, GB ...................... Bye: 10 200. Patriots DST ..................................... Bye: 5

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1. Drew Brees, NO ..................... Bye: 10...... $20 2. Peyton Manning, IND ............... Bye: 7...... $18 3. Aaron Rodgers, GB ................ Bye: 10...... $18 4. Tom Brady, NE ........................ Bye: 5...... $15 5. Matt Schaub, HOU ................... Bye: 7...... $14 6. Tony Romo, DAL...................... Bye: 4...... $12 7. Philip Rivers, SD .................... Bye: 10...... $11 8. Joe Flacco, BAL ....................... Bye: 8........ $8 9. Jay Cutler, CHI......................... Bye: 8........ $7 10. Matt Ryan, ATL ...................... Bye: 8........ $6 11. Kevin Kolb, PHI ...................... Bye: 8........ $5 12. Carson Palmer, CIN ............... Bye: 6........ $5 13. Eli Manning, NYG................... Bye: 8........ $4 14. Brett Favre, MIN ..................... Bye: 4........ $4 15. Donovan McNabb, WAS......... Bye: 9........ $3 16. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT ......... Bye: 5........ $3 17. Chad Henne, MIA................... Bye: 5........ $2 18. Alex Smith, SF ....................... Bye: 9........ $1 19. Matthew Stafford, DET ........... Bye: 7........ $1 20. Matt Cassel, KC ..................... Bye: 4........ $1 21. Matt Leinart, ARI .................... Bye: 6........ $1 22. Mark Sanchez, NYJ................ Bye: 7........ $1 23. Matt Hasselbeck, SEA............ Bye: 5........ $1 24. Vince Young, TEN.................. Bye: 9........ $1 25. David Garrard, JAC ................ Bye: 9........ $0 26. Josh Freeman, TB .................. Bye: 4........ $0 27. Jason Campbell, OAK .......... Bye: 10........ $0 28. Kyle Orton, DEN..................... Bye: 9........ $0 29. Matt Moore, CAR ................... Bye: 6........ $0 30. Sam Bradford, STL................. Bye: 9........ $0 31. Jake Delhomme, CLE ............ Bye: 8........ $0 32. Trent Edwards, BUF ............... Bye: 6........ $0 33. Seneca Wallace, CLE ............ Bye: 8........ $0 34. Byron Leftwich, PIT ................ Bye: 5........ $0 35. Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF ............ Bye: 6........ $0 36. Derek Anderson, ARI ............. Bye: 6........ $0 37. Michael Vick, PHI ................... Bye: 8........ $0 38. Charlie Whitehurst, SEA ......... Bye: 5........ $0 39. A.J. Feeley, STL..................... Bye: 9........ $0 40. Tim Tebow, DEN .................... Bye: 9........ $0

1. Chris Johnson, TEN ................. Bye: 9...... $35 2. Adrian Peterson, MIN ............... Bye: 4...... $33 3. Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC ........ Bye: 9...... $30 4. Ray Rice, BAL.......................... Bye: 8...... $29 5. Michael Turner, ATL................. Bye: 8...... $25 6. Frank Gore, SF ........................ Bye: 9...... $22 7. Steven Jackson, STL ............... Bye: 9...... $20 8. DeAngelo Williams, CAR .......... Bye: 6...... $18 9. Shonn Greene, NYJ ................. Bye: 7...... $16 10. Cedric Benson, CIN................ Bye: 6...... $15 11. Rashard Mendenhall, PIT ....... Bye: 5...... $14 12. Ryan Grant, GB.................... Bye: 10...... $12 13. Ryan Mathews, SD............... Bye: 10...... $11 14. Joseph Addai, IND ................. Bye: 7...... $10 15. Jamaal Charles, KC ............... Bye: 4........ $9 16. LeSean McCoy, PHI ............... Bye: 8........ $8 17. Pierre Thomas, NO .............. Bye: 10........ $8 18. Ronnie Brown, MIA ................ Bye: 5........ $7 19. Beanie Wells, ARI .................. Bye: 6........ $7 20. Knowshon Moreno, DEN ........ Bye: 9........ $6 21. Jahvid Best, DET ................... Bye: 7........ $6 22. Matt Forte, CHI....................... Bye: 8........ $6 23. Cadillac Williams, TB.............. Bye: 4........ $5 24. Jonathan Stewart, CAR .......... Bye: 6........ $5 25. Brandon Jacobs, NYG ............ Bye: 8........ $4 26. Marion Barber, DAL................ Bye: 4........ $4 27. Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG ......... Bye: 8........ $4 28. Reggie Bush, NO ................. Bye: 10........ $4 29. Justin Forsett, SEA................. Bye: 5........ $3 30. Felix Jones, DAL .................... Bye: 4........ $3 31. Clinton Portis, WAS ................ Bye: 9........ $3 32. Arian Foster, HOU.................. Bye: 7........ $3 33. Michael Bush, OAK .............. Bye: 10........ $3 34. LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ ..... Bye: 7........ $3 35. Jerome Harrison, CLE ............ Bye: 8........ $2 36. Ricky Williams, MIA ................ Bye: 5........ $2 37. Thomas Jones, KC ................. Bye: 4........ $2 38. C.J. Spiller, BUF..................... Bye: 6........ $2 39. Tim Hightower, ARI ................ Bye: 6........ $2 40. Laurence Maroney, NE........... Bye: 5........ $1 41. Chester Taylor, CHI................ Bye: 8........ $1 42. Montario Hardesty, CLE ......... Bye: 8........ $1 43. Darren Sproles, SD .............. Bye: 10........ $1 44. Steve Slaton, HOU ................. Bye: 7........ $1 45. Fred Jackson, BUF................. Bye: 6........ $1 46. Donald Brown, IND................. Bye: 7........ $1 47. Willis McGahee, BAL.............. Bye: 8........ $1 48. Darren McFadden, OAK ....... Bye: 10........ $1 49. Larry Johnson, WAS .............. Bye: 9........ $1 50. Fred Taylor, NE...................... Bye: 5........ $1 51. Mike Bell, PHI ........................ Bye: 8........ $0 52. Kevin Smith, DET ................... Bye: 7........ $0 53. Toby Gerhart, MIN ................. Bye: 4........ $0 54. Leon Washington, SEA .......... Bye: 5........ $0 55. Derrick Ward, TB.................... Bye: 4........ $0 56. Correll Buckhalter, DEN ......... Bye: 9........ $0 57. Jason Snelling, ATL ............... Bye: 8........ $0 58. Julius Jones, SEA .................. Bye: 5........ $0 59. Marshawn Lynch, BUF ........... Bye: 6........ $0 60. Bernard Scott, CIN ................. Bye: 6........ $0 61. Brian Westbrook, SF .............. Bye: 9........ $0 62. Sammy Morris, NE ................. Bye: 5........ $0 63. Anthony Dixon, SF ................. Bye: 9........ $0 64. Tashard Choice, DAL ............. Bye: 4........ $0 65. Javon Ringer, TEN ................. Bye: 9........ $0 66. Jerious Norwood, ATL ............ Bye: 8........ $0 67. Jonathan Dwyer, PIT .............. Bye: 5........ $0 68. Kevin Faulk, NE ..................... Bye: 5........ $0 69. Rashad Jennings, JAC ........... Bye: 9........ $0 70. James Starks, GB ................ Bye: 10........ $0

1. Andre Johnson, HOU ............... Bye: 7...... $22 2. Randy Moss, NE ...................... Bye: 5...... $20 3. Calvin Johnson, DET................ Bye: 7...... $18 4. Reggie Wayne, IND.................. Bye: 7...... $17 5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI ................ Bye: 6...... $15 6. Roddy White, ATL .................... Bye: 8...... $14 7. Miles Austin, DAL ..................... Bye: 4...... $13 8. Brandon Marshall, MIA ............. Bye: 5...... $13 9. DeSean Jackson, PHI .............. Bye: 8...... $12 10. Greg Jennings, GB ............... Bye: 10...... $12 11. Marques Colston, NO ........... Bye: 10...... $11 12. Anquan Boldin, BAL ............... Bye: 8...... $10 13. Steve Smith, NYG .................. Bye: 8........ $9 14. Steve Smith, CAR .................. Bye: 6........ $9 15. Chad Ochocinco, CIN ............. Bye: 6........ $8 16. Mike Sims-Walker, JAC .......... Bye: 9........ $8 17. Dwayne Bowe, KC ................. Bye: 4........ $7 18. Michael Crabtree, SF.............. Bye: 9........ $7 19. Percy Harvin, MIN .................. Bye: 4........ $6 20. Wes Welker, NE ..................... Bye: 5........ $6 21. Hines Ward, PIT ..................... Bye: 5........ $6 22. Hakeem Nicks, NYG .............. Bye: 8........ $5 23. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA... Bye: 5........ $4 24. Santana Moss, WAS .............. Bye: 9........ $4 25. Malcom Floyd, SD ................ Bye: 10........ $3 26. Mike Wallace, PIT .................. Bye: 5........ $3 27. Terrell Owens, CIN ................. Bye: 6........ $3 28. Jeremy Maclin, PHI ................ Bye: 8........ $3 29. Jabar Gaffney, DEN ............... Bye: 9........ $3 30. Steve Breaston, ARI ............... Bye: 6........ $2 31. Pierre Garcon, IND ................. Bye: 7........ $2 32. Derrick Mason, BAL ............... Bye: 8........ $2 33. Donald Driver, GB ................ Bye: 10........ $2 34. Robert Meachem, NO........... Bye: 10........ $1 35. Bernard Berrian, MIN.............. Bye: 4........ $1 36. Lee Evans, BUF ..................... Bye: 6........ $1 37. Vincent Jackson, SD ............ Bye: 10........ $1 38. Mike Williams, TB ................... Bye: 4........ $1 39. Dexter McCluster, KC ............. Bye: 4........ $1 40. Johnny Knox, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $1 41. Santonio Holmes, NYJ ........... Bye: 7........ $1 42. Devin Hester, CHI .................. Bye: 8........ $1 43. Devin Aromashodu, CHI ......... Bye: 8........ $1 44. Braylon Edwards, NYJ............ Bye: 7........ $1 45. Chris Chambers, KC .............. Bye: 4........ $1 46. Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ........... Bye: 7........ $1 47. Sidney Rice, MIN.................... Bye: 4........ $1 48. Kenny Britt, TEN .................... Bye: 9........ $1 49. Roy E. Williams, DAL ............. Bye: 4........ $1 50. Kevin Walter, HOU ................. Bye: 7........ $1 51. Nate Washington, TEN ........... Bye: 9........ $1 52. Donnie Avery, STL ................. Bye: 9........ $1 53. Dez Bryant, DAL .................... Bye: 4........ $0 54. Anthony Gonzalez, IND .......... Bye: 7........ $0 55. Mario Manningham, NYG ....... Bye: 8........ $0 56. Nate Burleson, DET ............... Bye: 7........ $0 57. Austin Collie, IND ................... Bye: 7........ $0 58. Louis Murphy, OAK .............. Bye: 10........ $0 59. Demaryius Thomas, DEN ....... Bye: 9........ $0 60. Brian Hartline, MIA ................. Bye: 5........ $0 61. Laurent Robinson, STL........... Bye: 9........ $0 62. James Jones, GB ................. Bye: 10........ $0 63. Chaz Schilens, OAK ............. Bye: 10........ $0 64. Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE .... Bye: 8........ $0 65. Jacoby Jones, HOU ............... Bye: 7........ $0 66. Legedu Naanee, SD ............. Bye: 10........ $0 67. Devery Henderson, NO ........ Bye: 10........ $0 68. Early Doucet, ARI ................... Bye: 6........ $0 69. Eddie Royal, DEN .................. Bye: 9........ $0 70. Devin Thomas, WAS .............. Bye: 9........ $0

1. Dallas Clark, IND...................... Bye: 7...... $12 2. Antonio Gates, SD.................. Bye: 10...... $11 3. Vernon Davis, SF ..................... Bye: 9...... $10 4. Jason Witten, DAL.................... Bye: 4........ $9 5. Tony Gonzalez, ATL................. Bye: 8........ $8 6. Brent Celek, PHI ...................... Bye: 8........ $7 7. Jermichael Finley, GB ............ Bye: 10........ $6 8. Chris Cooley, WAS................... Bye: 9........ $4 9. Zach Miller, OAK .................... Bye: 10........ $3 10. Owen Daniels, HOU ............... Bye: 7........ $3 11. Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN ......... Bye: 4........ $2 12. Kellen Winslow, TB ................ Bye: 4........ $2 13. John Carlson, SEA ................. Bye: 5........ $1 14. Dustin Keller, NYJ .................. Bye: 7........ $1 15. Heath Miller, PIT .................... Bye: 5........ $1 16. Greg Olsen, CHI ..................... Bye: 8........ $1 17. Kevin Boss, NYG.................... Bye: 8........ $0 18. Jeremy Shockey, NO............ Bye: 10........ $0 19. Todd Heap, BAL..................... Bye: 8........ $0 20. Tony Scheffler, DET ............... Bye: 7........ $0 21. Bo Scaife, TEN....................... Bye: 9........ $0 22. Anthony Fasano, MIA ............. Bye: 5........ $0 23. Aaron Hernandez, NE ............ Bye: 5........ $0 24. Marcedes Lewis, JAC ............. Bye: 9........ $0 25. Fred Davis, WAS.................... Bye: 9........ $0 26. Daniel Graham, DEN.............. Bye: 9........ $0 27. Jermaine Gresham, CIN ......... Bye: 6........ $0 28. Benjamin Watson, CLE .......... Bye: 8........ $0 29. Shawn Nelson, BUF ............... Bye: 6........ $0 30. Dante Rosario, CAR ............... Bye: 6........ $0 31. Brandon Pettigrew, DET ......... Bye: 7........ $0 32. Jared Cook, TEN.................... Bye: 9........ $0

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

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

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2010 Projections Quarterbacks Player Aaron Rodgers, GB Peyton Manning, IND Drew Brees, NO Matt Schaub, HOU Tom Brady, NE Tony Romo, DAL Philip Rivers, SD Eli Manning, NYG Joe Flacco, BAL Jay Cutler, CHI Brett Favre, MIN Kevin Kolb, PHI Carson Palmer, CIN Matt Ryan, ATL Donovan McNabb, WAS Matthew Stafford, DET Matt Cassel, KC Alex Smith, SF Chad Henne, MIA Ben Roethlisberger, PIT Mark Sanchez, NYJ Vince Young, TEN Josh Freeman, TB David Garrard, JAC Kyle Orton, DEN Jason Campbell, OAK Matt Hasselbeck, SEA Matt Leinart, ARI Matt Moore, CAR Sam Bradford, STL Trent Edwards, BUF Jake Delhomme, CLE Seneca Wallace, CLE Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF Charlie Whitehurst, SEA Tim Tebow, DEN Derek Anderson, ARI Jimmy Clausen, CAR Byron Leftwich, PIT Tarvaris Jackson, MIN Kerry Collins, TEN Luke McCown, JAC Michael Vick, PHI A.J. Feeley, STL Shaun Hill, DET Dennis Dixon, PIT Bruce Gradkowski, OAK David Carr, SF Dan Orlovsky, HOU Josh Johnson, TB Matt Flynn, GB Brian Hoyer, NE Troy Smith, BAL Jon Kitna, DAL Pat White, MIA

Passing Att 542 594 577 556 569 541 533 538 524 578 519 531 494 492 543 468 505 505 511 398 467 379 478 442 430 411 438 362 362 411 317 351 159 152 116 66 123 93 116 62 89 55 31 76 76 29 63 19 29 23 15 11 1 18 5

Cmp 344 398 395 361 369 347 342 335 330 362 331 325 313 304 322 272 309 308 319 244 277 227 291 268 256 248 262 218 217 248 188 201 97 86 69 40 71 57 71 39 53 34 21 48 47 17 33 11 16 13 9 7 1 11 2

Pct 63.5 67.0 68.5 64.9 64.9 64.1 64.2 62.3 63.0 62.6 63.8 61.2 63.4 61.8 59.3 58.1 61.2 61.0 62.4 61.3 59.3 59.9 60.9 60.6 59.5 60.3 59.8 60.2 59.9 60.3 59.3 57.3 61.0 56.6 59.5 60.6 57.7 61.3 61.2 62.9 59.6 61.8 67.7 63.2 61.8 58.6 52.4 57.9 55.2 56.5 60.0 63.6 100.0 61.1 40.0

Yds 4,426 4,683 4,405 4,552 4,509 4,567 4,336 4,067 4,058 4,043 3,733 4,077 3,913 3,646 3,622 3,413 3,606 3,686 3,517 2,872 3,378 2,616 3,356 2,984 2,987 2,901 2,891 2,775 2,725 2,797 2,076 2,138 1,099 1,030 693 368 784 695 770 413 548 443 162 529 501 163 391 117 165 118 90 68 13 124 21

TD 28 35 32 29 28 29 26 27 23 26 26 25 23 25 19 22 21 21 21 21 19 16 17 17 18 17 18 17 16 16 12 11 7 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 13 19 15 13 13 17 12 16 14 21 16 20 16 17 13 17 16 16 15 10 15 9 18 14 14 13 16 14 12 16 12 14 4 6 4 1 4 3 2 1 3 0 1 2 4 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1

Rushing Att Yds 48 212 23 39 21 31 30 63 25 52 27 76 27 60 27 62 27 68 34 112 18 30 27 101 28 51 37 80 35 130 21 108 42 151 37 108 37 101 35 133 41 128 48 231 47 193 62 247 15 35 27 108 31 68 31 84 33 77 31 107 24 81 14 33 31 95 15 51 16 60 16 54 17 36 5 20 4 10 8 55 6 15 8 21 34 134 10 29 8 26 6 25 6 16 0 0 3 7 5 21 3 3 3 4 6 23 3 5 15 53

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Avg 4.4 1.7 1.5 2.1 2.1 2.8 2.2 2.3 2.5 3.3 1.7 3.7 1.8 2.2 3.7 5.1 3.6 2.9 2.7 3.8 3.1 4.8 4.2 4.0 2.3 4.0 2.2 2.7 2.3 3.5 3.4 2.3 3.1 3.4 3.8 3.4 2.1 4.0 2.5 6.9 2.5 2.6 3.9 2.9 3.3 4.2 2.7 --2.3 4.2 1.0 1.3 3.8 1.7 3.5

TD 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 1 3 2 4 2 4 2 3 2 5 2 4 2 3 3 3 4 2 2 2 3 2 4 4 3 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

FPTS 348 345 328 323 314 310 300 282 271 264 263 262 257 253 238 237 236 235 227 222 217 204 203 200 186 186 182 176 169 165 122 111 68 51 40 34 30 29 28 27 23 22 22 15 15 13 10 8 4 1 1 1 1 0 -2

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Running Backs Player Chris Johnson, TEN Adrian Peterson, MIN Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC Michael Turner, ATL Ray Rice, BAL Frank Gore, SF DeAngelo Williams, CAR Steven Jackson, STL Cedric Benson, CIN Rashard Mendenhall, PIT Shonn Greene, NYJ Ryan Grant, GB Jamaal Charles, KC Ryan Mathews, SD Pierre Thomas, NO Joseph Addai, IND Ronnie Brown, MIA Knowshon Moreno, DEN LeSean McCoy, PHI Jonathan Stewart, CAR Beanie Wells, ARI Marion Barber, DAL Brandon Jacobs, NYG Cadillac Williams, TB Reggie Bush, NO Clinton Portis, WAS Jahvid Best, DET Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG C.J. Spiller, BUF Jerome Harrison, CLE Tim Hightower, ARI Matt Forte, CHI LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ Justin Forsett, SEA Michael Bush, OAK Arian Foster, HOU Felix Jones, DAL Fred Jackson, BUF Thomas Jones, KC Steve Slaton, HOU Ricky Williams, MIA Chester Taylor, CHI Laurence Maroney, NE Darren McFadden, OAK Willis McGahee, BAL Kevin Smith, DET Montario Hardesty, CLE Larry Johnson, WAS Donald Brown, IND Correll Buckhalter, DEN Darren Sproles, SD Fred Taylor, NE Julius Jones, SEA Mike Bell, PHI Derrick Ward, TB Marshawn Lynch, BUF Jason Snelling, ATL Kevin Faulk, NE Leon Washington, SEA Bernard Scott, CIN Tashard Choice, DAL Toby Gerhart, MIN Anthony Dixon, SF Jerious Norwood, ATL Sammy Morris, NE Albert Young, MIN Peyton Hillis, CLE Chris Ivory, NO Rashad Jennings, JAC Chris Ogbonnaya, STL Javon Ringer, TEN Leonard Weaver, PHI LeRon McClain, BAL Isaac Redman, PIT

Rushing Att Yds 293 1,379 321 1,366 278 1,223 281 1,310 252 1,226 266 1,223 259 1,268 265 1,201 289 1,252 274 1,164 232 1,029 270 1,141 225 976 252 1,084 204 906 208 799 183 782 237 954 231 952 194 921 216 920 187 811 211 871 223 912 132 528 227 945 223 940 192 855 182 858 203 811 171 663 206 799 165 671 204 877 202 852 210 849 168 837 177 734 167 682 148 579 136 570 143 563 162 657 134 509 133 580 159 607 160 667 134 517 121 512 139 549 86 388 137 533 161 616 116 449 125 484 94 356 94 351 63 251 72 319 104 402 81 333 82 317 85 331 55 268 71 281 75 319 21 91 62 235 55 246 78 306 56 238 38 144 39 147 33 125

Avg 4.7 4.3 4.4 4.7 4.9 4.6 4.9 4.5 4.3 4.2 4.4 4.2 4.3 4.3 4.4 3.8 4.3 4.0 4.1 4.7 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.1 4.0 4.2 4.2 4.5 4.7 4.0 3.9 3.9 4.1 4.3 4.2 4.0 5.0 4.1 4.1 3.9 4.2 3.9 4.1 3.8 4.4 3.8 4.2 3.9 4.2 3.9 4.5 3.9 3.8 3.9 3.9 3.8 3.7 4.0 4.4 3.9 4.1 3.9 3.9 4.9 4.0 4.3 4.3 3.8 4.5 3.9 4.3 3.8 3.8 3.8

TD 13 13 11 13 7 8 7 6 8 7 10 7 6 6 7 9 8 4 4 8 7 7 7 5 3 6 4 5 3 4 7 5 6 5 5 5 4 4 5 2 6 3 5 2 6 3 3 5 4 2 2 4 2 4 2 3 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 3

Receiving Rcpt Yds 43 360 49 331 48 385 8 60 43 380 38 329 28 186 43 313 13 95 28 235 8 68 18 125 31 240 28 191 32 246 36 231 22 187 30 208 41 268 16 121 19 196 20 166 17 127 25 186 68 557 14 117 29 225 24 211 32 282 33 217 31 256 26 197 26 204 16 98 20 148 15 124 19 155 21 177 15 99 34 268 18 126 34 270 10 86 31 282 16 108 23 167 9 59 13 74 21 155 18 150 30 248 6 37 12 68 8 57 15 124 5 32 7 61 33 263 22 150 9 72 8 69 15 101 4 29 20 194 7 63 0 0 21 151 4 28 11 66 4 26 6 42 9 75 8 60 2 14

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Avg 8.4 6.8 8.0 7.5 8.8 8.7 6.6 7.3 7.3 8.4 8.5 6.9 7.7 6.8 7.7 6.4 8.5 6.9 6.5 7.6 10.3 8.3 7.5 7.4 8.2 8.4 7.8 8.8 8.8 6.6 8.3 7.6 7.8 6.1 7.4 8.3 8.2 8.4 6.6 7.9 7.0 7.9 8.6 9.1 6.8 7.3 6.6 5.7 7.4 8.3 8.3 6.2 5.7 7.1 8.3 6.4 8.7 8.0 6.8 8.0 8.6 6.7 7.3 9.7 9.0 --7.2 7.0 6.0 6.5 7.0 8.3 7.5 7.0

TD 2 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 4 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Misc FL 1 4 2 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 4 1 2 2 4 2 0 2 1 2 3 2 2 2 1 3 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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FPTS 246 230 219 201 194 193 174 174 165 161 152 150 150 147 147 146 137 135 135 135 134 134 128 127 127 126 126 124 120 119 119 115 111 109 109 109 103 102 92 92 92 91 89 89 88 83 75 75 75 70 70 69 64 59 54 47 47 47 46 42 40 39 36 36 34 29 29 28 26 24 22 22 21 21


Player Mewelde Moore, PIT Mike Goodson, CAR Brian Westbrook, SF Brandon Jackson, GB Lex Hilliard, MIA Joe McKnight, NYJ Maurice Morris, DET LeGarrette Blount, TEN Mike Tolbert, SD D.J. Ware, NYG James Davis, CLE Earnest Graham, TB Marcus Mason, SD Ryan Torain, WAS LaRod Stephens-Howling, ARI Eddie Williams, CHI Justin Fargas, DEN Frank Summers, PIT Jeff Dugan, MIN Kenneth Darby, STL LenDale White, DEN Brian Leonard, CIN James Starks, GB Greg Jones, JAC Chris Henry, HOU Rock Cartwright, OAK Jonathan Dwyer, PIT Deji Karim, JAC Quinton Ganther, SEA J.J. Arrington, PHI Lance Ball, DEN Ladell Betts, NO Andre Brown, NYG Lousaka Polite, MIA Jacob Hester, SD Patrick Cobbs, MIA Willie Parker, WAS Michael Bennett, OAK Kahlil Bell, CHI BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE Mike Hart, IND Michael Robinson, SF Aaron Brown, DET Jerome Felton, DET Stafon Johnson, TEN Mike Sellers, WAS Garrett Wolfe, CHI Mike Cox, KC Jalen Parmele, BAL Kregg Lumpkin, GB Moran Norris, SF Jason Wright, ARI Corey McIntyre, BUF Heath Evans, NO Darius Reynaud, MIN Ahmard Hall, TEN Tyrell Sutton, CAR Chris Jennings, CLE Tony Richardson, NYJ Eldra Buckley, PHI Tony Fiammetta, CAR Gartrell Johnson, NYG Ian Johnson, MIN Kory Sheets, MIA Charles Scott, PHI Owen Schmitt, SEA Naufahu Tahi, MIN Ovie Mughelli, ATL Mike Karney, STL John Kuhn, GB Lawrence Vickers, CLE Vonta Leach, HOU Luke Lawton, OAK Madison Hedgecock, NYG Deon Anderson, DAL

Rushing Att Yds 39 148 40 224 42 160 31 131 35 136 45 181 54 213 44 167 20 82 57 201 36 137 21 83 49 196 41 165 15 78 8 27 45 172 28 103 1 2 38 148 32 126 19 66 35 146 6 22 28 119 24 93 31 126 31 125 31 124 31 115 27 109 28 107 26 95 25 80 20 75 18 65 34 124 27 109 24 101 25 97 25 94 21 79 17 74 11 38 15 67 12 35 8 30 2 4 16 61 17 48 16 35 8 31 4 22 5 20 3 12 3 9 15 45 12 45 6 38 9 34 8 31 9 30 7 30 7 27 6 26 6 20 6 15 4 13 4 11 4 10 3 10 3 8 3 6 1 2 0 0

Avg 3.8 5.6 3.8 4.2 3.9 4.0 3.9 3.8 4.1 3.5 3.8 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.2 3.4 3.8 3.7 2.0 3.9 3.9 3.5 4.2 3.7 4.3 3.9 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.7 4.0 3.8 3.7 3.2 3.8 3.6 3.6 4.0 4.2 3.9 3.8 3.8 4.4 3.5 4.5 2.9 3.8 2.0 3.8 2.8 2.2 3.9 5.5 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.8 6.3 3.8 3.9 3.3 4.3 3.9 4.3 3.3 2.5 3.3 2.8 2.5 3.3 2.7 2.0 2.0 ---

TD 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rcpt Yds 21 156 8 105 15 140 20 149 15 130 9 62 6 50 0 0 10 122 3 19 6 36 11 75 0 0 8 55 8 90 11 82 5 31 3 14 16 111 11 82 0 0 19 134 6 40 4 24 3 20 6 48 0 0 2 11 0 0 0 0 3 21 4 30 9 74 5 21 9 56 4 51 7 47 0 0 1 6 0 0 2 8 5 47 3 23 10 72 0 0 6 55 6 54 11 76 0 0 3 14 3 21 6 44 5 32 3 34 4 56 8 57 2 7 0 0 2 6 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 11 42 6 40 8 27 6 37 5 26 7 45 4 21 5 33 4 27

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Avg 7.4 13.1 9.3 7.5 8.7 6.9 8.3 --12.2 6.3 6.0 6.8 --6.9 11.3 7.5 6.2 4.7 6.9 7.5 --7.1 6.7 6.0 6.7 8.0 --5.5 ----7.0 7.5 8.2 4.2 6.2 12.8 6.7 --6.0 --4.0 9.4 7.7 7.2 --9.2 9.0 6.9 --4.7 7.0 7.3 6.4 11.3 14.0 7.1 3.5 --3.0 --4.0 --------6.0 3.8 6.7 3.4 6.2 5.2 6.4 5.3 6.6 6.8

TD 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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FPTS 20 19 19 19 18 17 16 15 15 13 13 13 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


Wide Receivers Player Andre Johnson, HOU Randy Moss, NE DeSean Jackson, PHI Reggie Wayne, IND Miles Austin, DAL Roddy White, ATL Calvin Johnson, DET Brandon Marshall, MIA Marques Colston, NO Steve Smith, NYG Greg Jennings, GB Larry Fitzgerald, ARI Steve Smith, CAR Wes Welker, NE Anquan Boldin, BAL Chad Ochocinco, CIN Dwayne Bowe, KC Hines Ward, PIT Percy Harvin, MIN Donald Driver, GB Mike Sims-Walker, JAC Bernard Berrian, MIN Derrick Mason, BAL Hakeem Nicks, NYG Terrell Owens, CIN Steve Breaston, ARI Michael Crabtree, SF Mike Wallace, PIT Jeremy Maclin, PHI Pierre Garcon, IND Robert Meachem, NO Santonio Holmes, NYJ Santana Moss, WAS Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA Lee Evans, BUF Nate Washington, TEN Jabar Gaffney, DEN Nate Burleson, DET Malcom Floyd, SD Vincent Jackson, SD Chris Chambers, KC Johnny Knox, CHI Dez Bryant, DAL Kenny Britt, TEN Devin Hester, CHI Roy E. Williams, DAL Braylon Edwards, NYJ Devin Aromashodu, CHI Dexter McCluster, KC Mike Williams, TB Louis Murphy, OAK Early Doucet, ARI Kevin Walter, HOU Austin Collie, IND Brian Robiskie, CLE Devery Henderson, NO Julian Edelman, NE Anthony Gonzalez, IND Mario Manningham, NYG Jacoby Jones, HOU Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE Sidney Rice, MIN Demaryius Thomas, DEN Jason Avant, PHI James Jones, GB Michael Jenkins, ATL Golden Tate, SEA Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK Donnie Avery, STL Brian Hartline, MIA Eddie Royal, DEN Laurent Robinson, STL Mike Thomas, JAC

Receiving Rcpt Yds 101 1,562 84 1,256 78 1,217 95 1,326 81 1,280 87 1,211 76 1,198 96 1,170 81 1,135 96 1,214 73 1,264 81 1,131 76 1,160 104 1,201 86 1,107 74 1,030 79 1,070 79 988 68 914 60 911 65 884 66 908 60 850 59 840 58 833 61 814 62 816 54 758 61 787 51 746 57 803 51 778 62 789 65 811 75 811 57 785 58 704 57 732 59 763 51 754 44 670 47 669 49 655 47 652 51 669 53 661 42 578 42 639 48 594 48 576 45 559 45 642 46 576 51 635 49 563 46 622 43 612 44 531 46 553 38 552 36 534 42 605 38 512 42 569 45 557 37 489 42 536 42 541 38 532 45 556 40 526 44 521 39 473 41 465

Avg 15.5 15.0 15.6 14.0 15.8 13.9 15.8 12.2 14.0 12.6 17.3 14.0 15.3 11.5 12.9 13.9 13.5 12.5 13.4 15.2 13.6 13.8 14.2 14.2 14.4 13.3 13.2 14.0 12.9 14.6 14.1 15.3 12.7 12.5 10.8 13.8 12.1 12.8 12.9 14.8 15.2 14.2 13.4 13.9 13.1 12.5 13.8 15.2 12.4 12.0 12.4 14.3 12.5 12.5 11.5 13.5 14.2 12.1 12.0 14.5 14.8 14.4 13.5 13.5 12.4 13.2 12.8 12.9 14.0 12.4 13.2 11.8 12.1 11.3

TD 10 11 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 6 8 7 5 7 8 7 8 6 6 6 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 5 5 5 4 4 5 6 5 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 5 4 4 3 5 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Rushing Att 0 0 15 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 6 0 4 2 0 0 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 6 4 0 0 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 21 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 4 2 2 0 0

Yds 0 0 166 0 0 3 21 13 0 0 0 0 43 0 26 9 0 0 145 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 6 53 17 0 0 15 20 8 7 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 96 0 17 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 7 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 21 21 10 13 0 0

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Avg ----11.1 ----3.0 7.0 4.3 --------7.2 --6.5 4.5 ----5.6 ------------8.7 6.0 8.8 4.3 ----5.0 6.7 4.0 3.5 ----------7.0 --------3.3 ------4.6 --5.7 --7.5 ----------3.5 4.6 ------------6.2 7.0 5.3 5.0 6.5 -----

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 2 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1

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FPTS 208 181 181 178 175 165 162 162 159 155 153 153 149 143 142 141 140 139 123 116 113 108 108 108 108 108 107 104 102 102 101 99 98 97 97 97 97 95 92 90 90 89 85 85 83 79 78 77 76 76 75 74 74 73 73 71 71 70 69 69 69 66 66 65 65 65 64 63 63 62 62 60 55 55


Player Josh Cribbs, CLE Davone Bess, MIA Donte' Stallworth, BAL Josh Morgan, SF Eric Decker, DEN Harry Douglas, ATL Arrelious Benn, TB Chaz Schilens, OAK Mardy Gilyard, STL Earl Bennett, CHI Antonio Bryant, CIN Ted Ginn Jr., SF Dwayne Jarrett, CAR Danny Amendola, STL Devin Thomas, WAS Emmanuel Sanders, PIT Chad Jackson, BUF Deon Butler, SEA Andre Caldwell, CIN Brandon LaFell, CAR James Hardy, BUF Justin Gage, TEN Deion Branch, SEA Legedu Naanee, SD Sammie Stroughter, TB Craig Davis, SD Brandon Gibson, STL Anthony Armstrong, WAS Lance Moore, NO Antwaan Randle El, PIT Patrick Crayton, DAL Bryant Johnson, DET Chansi Stuckey, CLE Reggie Brown, TB Jordy Nelson, GB Joey Galloway, WAS Greg Lewis, MIN Troy Williamson, JAC Greg Camarillo, MIA Keenan Burton, STL Jerheme Urban, KC Mark Clayton, BAL Ramses Barden, NYG Michael Clayton, TB Damian Williams, TEN Josh Reed, SD David Anderson, HOU Jarett Dillard, JAC Mike Williams, SEA Brandon Tate, NE Jordan Shipley, CIN Armanti Edwards, CAR Sam Hurd, DAL Malcolm Kelly, WAS Roscoe Parrish, BUF Derrick Williams, DET Dexter Jackson, CAR Brandon Stokley, DEN Dennis Northcutt, DET Maurice Stovall, TB Demetrius Williams, BAL Jacoby Ford, OAK Brad Smith, NYJ Jason Hill, SF Juaquin Iglesias, CHI Steve Johnson, BUF Arnaz Battle, PIT Matt Jones, CIN Sam Aiken, NE Eric Weems, ATL Brandon Lloyd, DEN Andre Davis, HOU Lavelle Hawkins, TEN Dominique Zeigler, SF Kassim Osgood, JAC

Receiving Rcpt Yds 33 303 47 509 31 485 38 460 36 449 28 373 35 447 30 371 26 426 29 361 29 412 28 391 31 404 25 309 26 361 30 359 28 340 24 312 37 358 24 335 26 334 24 322 26 307 30 373 29 364 23 304 25 291 22 291 20 229 28 319 17 283 21 258 29 318 23 307 19 230 25 286 24 283 18 213 21 268 19 247 21 245 17 245 16 183 19 233 18 224 18 222 20 212 17 208 18 235 16 197 17 195 13 181 11 189 16 176 18 198 14 187 11 184 14 175 19 220 12 149 9 149 10 140 8 83 18 195 17 190 16 181 14 180 12 150 9 126 9 116 8 103 7 96 8 91 6 86 8 84

Avg 9.2 10.8 15.6 12.1 12.5 13.3 12.8 12.4 16.4 12.4 14.2 14.0 13.0 12.4 13.9 12.0 12.1 13.0 9.7 14.0 12.8 13.4 11.8 12.4 12.6 13.2 11.6 13.2 11.5 11.4 16.6 12.3 11.0 13.3 12.1 11.4 11.8 11.8 12.8 13.0 11.7 14.4 11.4 12.3 12.4 12.3 10.6 12.2 13.1 12.3 11.5 13.9 17.2 11.0 11.0 13.4 16.7 12.5 11.6 12.4 16.6 14.0 10.4 10.8 11.2 11.3 12.9 12.5 14.0 12.9 12.9 13.7 11.4 14.3 10.5

TD 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Rushing Att 35 0 2 2 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 186 0 8 17 0 18 0 0 16 0 0 94 0 0 0 9 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 7 0 13 0 5 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 15 12 14 0 0 0 0 20 72 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Avg 5.3 --4.0 8.5 --3.6 ----8.0 ----13.4 ------4.5 ----6.5 --------------------5.3 3.5 --3.3 --5.0 ----6.5 ------------5.0 ------------5.3 ----5.0 4.0 7.0 --------10.0 7.2 -------------------------

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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FPTS 54 53 53 50 49 49 48 48 47 46 45 45 43 41 40 40 39 39 38 35 35 35 35 34 34 33 33 33 33 32 30 30 29 29 27 26 26 26 24 23 23 23 23 21 21 20 20 20 19 18 18 18 17 17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10


Player Victor Cruz, NYG Tiquan Underwood, JAC Patrick Turner, MIA Taylor Price, NE Antonio Brown, PIT Kenny Moore, CAR Hank Baskett, PHI Lance Long, KC Nate Hughes, JAC Carlton Mitchell, CLE Danny Woodhead, NYJ Samuel Giguere, IND Johnnie Lee Higgins, OAK Riley Cooper, PHI Andre Roberts, ARI Naaman Roosevelt, BUF Ben Obomanu, SEA Jordan Kent, STL Roydell Williams, WAS Quan Cosby, CIN David Clowney, NYJ Rashied Davis, CHI Kevin Ogletree, DAL Syndric Steptoe, CLE Terrance Copper, KC David Gettis, CAR Adrian Arrington, NO Rod Harper, NO Logan Payne, MIN Dezmon Briscoe, CIN Seyi Ajirotutu, SD Brian Finneran, ATL Kerry Meier, ATL Sinorice Moss, NYG Kyle Williams, SF Dorin Dickerson, HOU Taye Biddle, MIN Yamon Figurs, OAK David Reed, BAL Trindon Holliday, HOU

Receiving Rcpt Yds 10 152 12 141 12 140 10 131 8 117 13 146 10 125 12 121 9 120 11 118 11 115 9 115 9 111 9 110 7 105 8 96 7 96 8 95 8 92 7 91 6 89 7 78 5 76 6 75 6 75 5 72 6 70 4 58 6 62 4 51 4 50 4 49 4 49 8 66 3 40 3 35 3 33 3 26 2 18 0 0

Avg 15.2 11.8 11.7 13.1 14.6 11.2 12.5 10.1 13.3 10.7 10.5 12.8 12.3 12.2 15.0 12.0 13.7 11.9 11.5 13.0 14.8 11.1 15.2 12.5 12.5 14.4 11.7 14.5 10.3 12.8 12.5 12.3 12.3 8.3 13.3 11.7 11.0 8.7 9.0 ---

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rushing Att 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 4

Yds 0 0 0 4 25 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 0 0 6 0 23

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Avg ------4.0 8.3 ----------3.5 ------4.3 ------------------------5.3 ----------4.0 8.0 ----6.0 --5.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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FPTS 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


Tight Ends Player Antonio Gates, SD Dallas Clark, IND Vernon Davis, SF Brent Celek, PHI Jason Witten, DAL Tony Gonzalez, ATL Jermichael Finley, GB Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN Owen Daniels, HOU Zach Miller, OAK Kellen Winslow, TB Chris Cooley, WAS John Carlson, SEA Heath Miller, PIT Kevin Boss, NYG Greg Olsen, CHI Dustin Keller, NYJ Jeremy Shockey, NO Todd Heap, BAL Benjamin Watson, CLE Bo Scaife, TEN Marcedes Lewis, JAC Jermaine Gresham, CIN Tony Scheffler, DET Aaron Hernandez, NE Fred Davis, WAS Anthony Fasano, MIA Marquez Branson, DEN Brandon Pettigrew, DET Shawn Nelson, BUF Donald Lee, GB Dante Rosario, CAR Zach Miller, JAC Leonard Pope, KC Daniel Fells, STL Joel Dreessen, HOU Ben Patrick, ARI David Thomas, NO Martellus Bennett, DAL Evan Moore, CLE Daniel Graham, DEN Delanie Walker, SF Jeff King, CAR Ed Dickson, BAL Tony Moeaki, KC Derek Schouman, BUF Jared Cook, TEN Desmond Clark, CHI Jimmy Graham, NO Rob Gronkowski, NE Chris Baker, SEA Joey Haynos, MIA Alge Crumpler, NE Brandon Manumaleuna, CHI Jonathan Stupar, BUF Justin Peelle, ATL Gary Barnidge, CAR Jerramy Stevens, TB Randy McMichael, SD Garrett Mills, MIN Michael Hoomanawanui, STL Garrett Graham, HOU Tony Stewart, OAK Dennis Morris, WAS Ernest Wilford, JAC James Casey, HOU Jimmy Kleinsasser, MIN Fendi Onobun, STL Cornelius Ingram, PHI Anthony McCoy, SEA Stephen Spach, ARI Gijon Robinson, IND Spencer Havner, GB Chase Coffman, CIN

Receiving Rcpt 89 76 79 73 84 79 73 64 62 70 67 68 64 59 44 49 48 47 34 33 48 35 29 30 25 32 33 27 26 28 24 25 24 23 21 21 22 16 20 22 20 20 15 18 15 20 16 15 10 13 16 15 13 12 10 10 8 16 6 10 11 8 12 9 8 9 12 9 8 7 9 8 6 6

Yds 1,185 868 1,041 910 976 853 870 680 730 830 795 782 719 622 554 561 520 488 409 417 516 471 397 399 353 342 339 305 301 342 238 292 258 241 264 262 243 177 238 234 220 208 148 200 190 187 179 179 161 168 159 153 137 122 120 104 96 174 70 108 106 100 99 97 97 94 93 93 92 76 75 72 70 67

Avg 13.3 11.4 13.2 12.5 11.6 10.8 11.9 10.6 11.8 11.9 11.8 11.5 11.2 10.5 12.6 11.4 10.8 10.4 12.0 12.6 10.8 13.5 13.7 13.3 14.1 10.7 10.3 11.3 11.6 12.2 9.9 11.7 10.8 10.5 12.6 12.5 11.0 11.1 11.9 10.6 11.0 10.4 9.9 11.1 12.7 9.4 11.2 11.9 16.1 12.9 9.9 10.2 10.5 10.2 12.0 10.4 12.0 10.9 11.7 10.8 9.6 12.5 8.3 10.8 12.1 10.4 7.8 10.3 11.5 10.9 8.3 9.0 11.7 11.2

TD 9 10 7 7 5 7 7 10 7 5 5 5 6 5 6 5 4 3 4 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Misc FL 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FPTS 165 139 135 122 121 120 119 118 105 103 99 99 97 83 83 79 68 59 57 56 54 51 49 47 46 45 45 41 39 37 33 31 30 29 28 24 23 23 21 21 20 20 19 18 17 17 17 17 15 13 13 13 12 11 11 10 10 9 9 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3

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Player Dennis Pitta, BAL Sean Ryan, WAS Kris Wilson, SD Matt Spaeth, PIT Andrew Quarless, GB Jacob Tamme, IND Travis Beckum, NYG John Gilmore, TB Clay Harbor, PHI Will Heller, DET Anthony Becht, ARI Daniel Coats, CIN Kellen Davis, CHI Brandon Myers, OAK Billy Bajema, STL Robert Royal, CLE David Johnson, PIT Ben Hartsock, NYJ

Receiving Rcpt 7 6 5 6 4 5 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 5 2 1

Yds 60 58 58 54 53 46 42 41 41 33 29 28 24 22 18 56 13 3

Avg 8.6 9.7 11.6 9.0 13.3 9.2 7.0 8.2 10.3 8.3 9.7 9.3 8.0 7.3 9.0 11.2 6.5 3.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Misc FL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

FPTS 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

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Kickers Player Garrett Hartley, NO David Akers, PHI Ryan Longwell, MIN Mason Crosby, GB Stephen Gostkowski, NE Rob Bironas, TEN Lawrence Tynes, NYG Nate Kaeding, SD Robbie Gould, CHI David Buehler, DAL Matt Bryant, ATL Jay Feely, ARI Shayne Graham, BAL Joe Nedney, SF Ryan Succop, KC Dan Carpenter, MIA Sebastian Janikowski, OAK Adam Vinatieri, IND Nick Folk, NYJ Josh Brown, STL Olindo Mare, SEA Neil Rackers, HOU Jeff Reed, PIT Rian Lindell, BUF Josh Scobee, JAC Jason Hanson, DET John Kasay, CAR Dave Rayner, CIN Matt Prater, DEN Phil Dawson, CLE Graham Gano, WAS Connor Barth, TB

FG 28 30 27 27 27 28 25 25 26 23 21 23 22 22 24 22 22 20 21 21 20 19 20 22 20 21 21 21 19 21 19 19

FGA 33 34 32 31 30 31 29 29 30 27 26 27 27 26 28 27 26 23 26 26 25 24 23 26 25 25 25 27 25 24 23 24

50+FG 2 2 2 3 1 2 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 1 4 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

FGLg 50 52 54 52 50 53 48 53 52 51 50 53 49 51 48 51 53 47 47 53 51 51 48 52 50 48 48 47 54 53 48 48

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XP 48 40 46 41 43 36 44 40 38 46 45 38 44 39 35 39 31 45 40 29 37 42 39 28 36 35 34 31 32 27 33 31

XPAtt 48 40 46 41 43 36 44 41 38 46 45 38 44 39 35 39 31 45 41 29 37 42 39 28 36 35 34 31 32 27 33 31

FPTS 136 134 131 128 126 124 119 119 118 117 112 111 110 109 107 107 105 105 103 102 101 101 99 98 98 98 97 94 93 92 90 88

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Defense/Special Teams Team Jets Packers Cowboys Vikings Ravens Steelers 49ers Eagles Patriots Bears Bengals Dolphins Saints Colts Chargers Giants Cardinals Titans Texans Redskins Buccaneers Falcons Lions Browns Chiefs Broncos Bills Raiders Panthers Seahawks Jaguars Rams

Int 18 21 18 15 18 15 16 21 14 19 21 17 18 19 17 16 15 17 11 16 15 17 14 13 18 14 17 13 14 14 15 10

STY 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SACK 39 34 43 43 33 40 32 39 31 38 36 37 35 33 31 34 33 34 32 30 32 30 33 33 26 28 23 31 20 25 26 26

TK 858 790 799 840 880 810 845 886 855 889 798 862 864 918 882 877 854 873 830 869 904 856 857 855 890 903 916 886 906 924 906 906

DFR 11 9 11 14 9 11 13 12 10 12 9 12 9 9 9 12 10 10 11 12 9 10 10 9 10 11 7 11 9 8 8 13

FF 16 13 18 19 14 16 18 16 14 18 13 17 14 15 15 16 16 15 17 19 13 14 15 13 15 15 11 16 14 13 14 17

DTD 4 4 3 5 4 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 1 3 2 1 1

PA 289 287 331 332 322 330 318 338 330 353 348 416 342 346 337 394 369 375 356 351 382 354 408 376 406 390 417 388 374 418 397 442

PaNetA 2,771 3,361 3,365 3,556 3,602 3,519 3,717 3,667 3,344 3,411 3,416 3,579 3,814 3,344 3,501 3,356 3,579 3,648 3,715 3,428 3,195 3,317 4,067 3,729 3,619 3,127 3,275 3,265 3,165 3,756 3,565 3,884

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RuYdA 1,603 1,415 1,405 2,162 1,645 1,567 1,608 1,723 1,826 1,784 1,684 1,944 1,940 1,886 1,924 1,894 1,884 1,779 1,733 1,809 2,176 1,967 2,037 2,064 2,278 2,094 2,281 2,207 2,001 2,091 2,045 2,106

TYdA 4,374 4,776 4,770 5,718 5,247 5,086 5,325 5,390 5,170 5,195 5,100 5,523 5,754 5,230 5,425 5,250 5,463 5,427 5,448 5,237 5,371 5,284 6,104 5,793 5,897 5,221 5,556 5,472 5,166 5,847 5,610 5,990

FPTS 217 216 215 197 175 174 172 167 161 152 146 145 145 141 141 140 139 138 132 130 130 128 127 127 126 122 121 117 116 113 110 110

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Player Profiles (Alphabetical by Position) Bye: 10 Drew Brees, NO Quarterbacks Drew Brees should continue to be a slam-dunk for Fantasy owners in 2010. Derek Anderson, ARI

Bye: 6

Derek Anderson has landed with the Cardinals after the Browns released him this offseason, and it's there where he'll have the chance to compete for the starting quarterback job vs. Matt Leinart. Anderson has been abysmal since his incredible 2007 campaign, posting his worst stats in 2009 when he completed just 44.5 percent of his passes (81 of 182 passing) for 888 yards, three touchdowns, three fumbles lost and 10 interceptions. But if he can earn the starting job with the Cardinals and get the chance to throw regularly to Larry Fitzgerald and Steve Breaston, the potential would be there for him to top 3,500 yards passing with close to 20 touchdowns. He's worth a late-round pick in drafts as it stands now, but if he's officially named the Cardinals starting quarterback this summer he'll vault into the middle-to-late rounds as a potential-laden No. 2 QB. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 71-123 784 3 4 2009 81-182 888 3 10 2008 142-283 1,615 9 8

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 17 36 0 10 8 2 24 58 0

Fantasy Points 30 39 107

The Super Bowl XLIV MVP put up huge numbers for the third straight season in New Orleans, completing an incredible 70.6 percent of his regular-season passes (363 of 514) for 4,388 yards, 34 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Brees also amassed 33 rush yards and two rushing touchdowns along the way. His postseason was equally impressive – not only did Brees continue to throw at a 70.6 percent clip, but he put up eight touchdowns and didn't throw a single interception in three playoff games. Moreover, in his 15 regular-season games (he rested Week 17) and three postseason games Brees topped 250 yards 12 times, had at least two touchdowns in 13 games and didn't provide either stat in just two games (at Buffalo and vs. the New York Jets). Want a safe Fantasy pick? Brees is among the best in the game and is well worth a pick in the Top 15, if not the Top 10, depending on your league's scoring. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 395-577 4,405 32 15 2009 363-514 4,388 34 11 2008 413-635 5,069 34 17

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 21 31 0 22 33 2 22 -1 0

Fantasy Points 328 360 370

Marc Bulger, BAL Sam Bradford, STL

Bye: 9

Sam Bradford is expected to contend for the Rams' starting QB job after being selected No. 1 overall by the team in April's draft. He finished as Oklahoma's all-time leader with passed for 8,403 yards and 88 touchdowns in two-plus seasons with his college career ending after a pair of shoulder injuries that have since checked out. Bradford's arm is solid, his accuracy is excellent and he's got a good head for the game. He should be a solid fit for the Rams' West Coast offense. One problem: His receiving corps is very weak with Donnie Avery his most appealing option, although the Rams added rookie Mardy Gilyard in Round 4 from Cincinnati. Bradford is no better than a late-round pick in the deepest of seasonal drafts, but he's worth a mid-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues and is a no-brainer first-round pick in rookie-only drafts. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 248-411 2,797 16 16

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 31 107 0

Tom Brady, NE

Fantasy Points 181

Bye: 5

Tom Brady came back big in 2009 after missing nearly all of the 2008 season with a torn ACL. He played like a No. 1 Fantasy QB again, completing 371 of 565 passes (65.7 comp. pct.) for 4,398 yards (7.78 yards/att.), 28 touchdowns and 13 interceptions and adding 44 rushing yards and a touchdown with two fumbles lost. While Brady was back as a standout Fantasy option, he failed to match the lofty stats he posted in his record-breaking season in 2007 (4,806 passing yards, 50 touchdowns and eight interceptions). He will struggle to reach that plateau again, especially this season with Wes Welker coming into the year dealing with a torn knee ligament. Welker should return early in the season, and when he does Brady will take off. He remains a No. 1 Fantasy option worth a pick at the end of Round 2 or beginning of Round 3 in all leagues, and he's entering a contract year which can only help motivate him. Randy Moss is still on the roster, and Julian Edelman should do well to replace Welker along with any other options the team brings on, which include veteran Torry Holt and rookie tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez. If second-year receiver Brandon Tate, a sleeper of ours, can emerge as a viable target, Brady will again have a solid receiving corps. You can expect about 4,300 passing yards, 28 touchdowns and 13 interceptions again in 2010. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 369-569 4,509 28 13 2009 371-565 4,398 28 13 2008 7-11 76 0 0

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 25 52 0 29 44 1 0 0 0

Bye: 8

Marc Bulger signed with the Ravens to back up Joe Flacco after he was released by the Rams in April. Bulger was a standout Fantasy QB from 200306, but injuries and a lack of talent around him caused a rapid decline in his production, culminating last year when he was limited to eight starts due to a broken left shin and completed a career-worst 56.7 percent of his passes with five touchdowns and six interceptions. Unless something happens to Flacco this season, Bulger won't have to worry about getting hurt because he'll be on the Ravens sideline. Thus, don't count on him with a pick on Draft Day this year. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 0-0 0 0 0 2009 140-247 1,469 5 6 2008 252-441 2,727 11 13

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 0 0 0 8 22 0 14 41 0

Fantasy Points 0 76 146

Jason Campbell, OAK

Bye: 10

The Redskins traded QB Jason Campbell to Oakland in exchange for the Raiders' fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft. The Redskins were able to part with Campbell after acquiring Donovan McNabb in a trade with Philadelphia earlier this offseason. Campbell agreed to a contract with Oakland that will pay him $3.14 million in 2010, plus a $100,000 workout bonus and $4.5 million in 2011, according to a league source. The chance to start again after being replaced by McNabb gives Campbell increased Fantasy value. We see Campbell as a low-end No. 2 Fantasy QB. The Raiders don't have a great receiving corps, but Campbell will improve Zach Miller, Chaz Schilens, Louis Murphy and Darren McFadden. Plan on drafting Campbell with a late-round pick in deep leagues. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 248-411 2,901 17 13 2009 327-507 3,618 20 15 2008 315-506 3,245 13 6

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 27 108 0 47 236 1 47 258 1

Fantasy Points 186 257 224

Fantasy Points 324 325 3

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Matt Cassel, KC

Bye: 4

Matt Cassel enters this season with a new offensive coordinator and looking to improve in his second year as the starting QB for the Chiefs. Charlie Weis will take over calling plays on offense, which should help Cassel's development. Cassel and Weis never worked together in New England, but Weis was a big part of Tom Brady's success with the Patriots when he was the offensive coordinator there before going to Notre Dame. Cassel came to Kansas City in 2009 via trade and played well sparingly. In 15 starts he completed 271 of 493 passes (55 percent) for 2,924 yards, 16 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. He also added 189 rushing yards with three lost fumbles. The Chiefs offense should continue to improve from last year, and Cassel has sleeper potential for Fantasy owners thanks to the addition of Weis and the suddenly threatening receiving corps, which features Dwayne Bowe, Chris Chambers and rookie Dexter McCluster. We like Cassel as a No. 2 Fantasy option, but he could end up as a No. 1 QB by the end of the season. He's worth drafting with a lateround pick in all leagues this year. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 309-505 3,606 21 16 2009 272-494 2,924 16 16 2008 328-518 3,693 21 11

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 42 151 1 50 196 0 76 271 2

Jimmy Clausen, CAR

Fantasy Points 236 195 286

Bye: 6

The Carolina Panthers used their first pick in the draft to select Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft. Clausen will battle for a spot along the QB depth chart -- and possibly the starting job – in training camp this summer. He also has been told that the Panthers' offense is similar to Notre Dame's, which should make the transition easy for him. It's worth keeping track of Clausen this summer since he might prove to be a decent No. 2 Fantasy QB if he can land the starting gig. But assuming he rides the bench, he'd level off as an afterthought in seasonal Fantasy leagues but stick as a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a late first-round pick in rookie-only drafts. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 57-93 695 3 3

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 5 20 0

Jay Cutler, CHI

Fantasy Points 40

Bye: 8

While Jay Cutler set some franchise records in his first year with the Bears, they weren't the records he and the team envisioned. His 555 passing attempts and 336 completions were franchise highs, and his 3,666 yards were secondbest in team history. The 27 touchdowns he threw were third-best in Bears history, and the 26 interceptions were good enough (or bad enough) for second-most. Fantasy owners weren't as happy in Cutler's performances through the first 15 games when he had all 26 of his picks, nor are they happy to see a huge drop in completion percentage (down to 60.5 pct.) or average (6.61 yards per attempt) or 300-yard games (just three of them) in 2009. Cutler even saw a dip in his rushing totals, gaining 173 yards and a single rushing touchdown. Cutler certainly is to blame for some of the Bears' offensive woes from the season, he won't get any better until the team surrounds him with an improved offensive line and when his receivers can develop further (his receiving corps has lots of potential). Those conditions might accelerate with Mike Martz named the Bears' new offensive coordinator. Martz has a strong track record of maximizing the success of quarterbacks in his system, and Cutler should be no exception. His potential is big, especially when you consider that he still finished as a Top 12 Fantasy QB in 2009. He'll be a good mid-round choice as a low-end No. 1 Fantasy passer this summer. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 362-578 4,043 26 21 2009 336-555 3,666 27 26 2008 384-616 4,525 25 18

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 34 112 0 41 172 1 57 200 2

Jake Delhomme, CLE

Bye: 8

Jake Delhomme signed with Cleveland this offseason where he will compete with Seneca Wallace to be the starting QB. Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson both left Cleveland (Quinn was traded to Denver and Anderson was released), which opened up the starting job. Rookie Colt McCoy is not expected to be a factor. Delhomme is coming off his worst season as a pro. He threw 18 interceptions in 2009, and the Panthers decided to cut him despite still owing him more than $12 million. Delhomme went 58-40 as a starter with Carolina, leading the franchise to its lone Super Bowl appearance to end the 2003 season. Even though Delhomme will compete for the gig and could come away with it, the reality is that he would be nothing more than a No. 2 Fantasy option in deep leagues. Ignore Delhomme in the majority of leagues on Draft Day as his best days are clearly behind him. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 201-351 2,138 11 14 2009 178-321 2,015 8 18 2008 246-414 3,284 15 12

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 14 33 0 17 60 0 20 21 2

Fantasy Points 121 94 205

Brett Favre, MIN

Bye: 4

Brett Favre agreed to play for the Vikings this season following arthroscopic ankle surgery, and as such he's expected to keep his consecutive games streak alive. Playing in Minnesota purple for the first time in '09, Favre started all 16 games despite turning 40 during the season and had a near-career year with 4,202 yards on 363 of 531 passing (68.4 pct.; 7.91 yards/att.), 33 touchdowns and only seven interceptions with two fumbles lost. But those stats aren't likely to be repeated in 2010 with his top target, Sidney Rice, expected to miss half of the season following late August hip surgery. That will do a number on Favre's stats. Consider Favre more of a low-end No. 1/top-end No. 2 choice that requires pairing with another borderline Fantasy QB just to be safe. Expect Favre to slip into the middle rounds of drafts. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 331-519 3,733 26 16 2009 363-531 4,202 33 7 2008 343-522 3,472 22 22

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 18 30 0 9 7 0 21 43 1

Fantasy Points 263 348 234

Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF

Bye: 6

Ryan Fitzpatrick became the de facto starting quarterback in Buffalo last year when Trent Edwards got hurt and failed to prove he deserved the job. Fitzpatrick was actually serviceable for desperate Fantasy owners with two games of 24 Fantasy points in his final five starts. He finished the season completing 127 of 227 passes (56 comp. pct.) for 1,422 yards with nine touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He also added 31 carries for 141 yards and one touchdown with two lost fumbles. As of late February he will enter this season competing with Edwards and Brian Brohm for the starting job, but new coach Chan Gailey might also bring in others to add to the mix. We don't expect Fitzpatrick to open the season as the starter, but he should make the final roster. Still, he has minimal Fantasy value even if he wins the job and thus should not be drafted in any leagues. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 86-152 1,030 5 6 2009 127-227 1,422 9 10 2008 221-372 1,905 8 9

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 15 51 0 31 141 1 60 304 2

Fantasy Points 62 106 138

Fantasy Points 277 281 327

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Joe Flacco, BAL

Bye: 8

Joe Flacco is in line to see a significant bump in stats this season. His 2009 started like gangbusters: He passed for 300-plus yards and/or had two-plus touchdowns in five of his first six games. But he had four touchdowns in his next seven and only two multi-touchdown games for the rest of the season and couldn't regain the touch he had in September and October. Still, his sophomore-season totals were better than his rookie-year numbers as he had 3,613 yards on 315 of 499 passing (63.1 percent) with 21 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also fumbled twice and gained just 56 yards on the season. Flacco's 2009 went from "hot" to "not," but 2010 is already looking much better thanks to the acquisitions of WRs Anquan Boldin and Donte Stallworth and the re-signing of Derrick Mason. With these legitimate receivers to help buoy the Ravens' offense, Flacco's upside is much stronger -- he has a shot at 4,000 yards. We like Flacco as a low-end No. 1/top-end No. 2 choice on Draft Day, well worth a pick as soon as Round 8. He should be in for a strong campaign. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 330-524 4,058 23 14 2009 315-499 3,613 21 12 2008 257-428 2,971 14 12

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 27 68 1 34 62 0 52 181 2

Josh Freeman, TB

Fantasy Points 281 248 210

Bye: 4

The Bucs are expected to keep Josh Freeman as their starting QB in 2010 after a tough rookie season. He showed glimpses of greatness in the Bucs' final nine games of the 2009 season with three multi-touchdown games, three games with at least 250 yards passing and five games with at least 20 yards rushing. Of course, he also had five games with at least two interceptions, four games fewer than 200 yards passing and six games where he completed fewer than 60 percent of his passes. Suffice to say, Freeman has a lot of work to do after accumulating 1,855 yards on 158 of 290 passing (54.5 percent) with 10 touchdowns, 18 interceptions and two fumbles lost. Freeman also rushed for 161 yards on 30 attempts (5.4 avg.). One problem: His receiving corps is thin as Antonio Bryant left as a free agent. He has the chance to develop rookies Arrelious Benn and Mike Williams, but they will be raw. His main target will again be TE Kellen Winslow. This could hurt Freeman's production significantly since he'll need solid receivers to catch his passes and build up his stats. For now, consider Freeman a No. 2 Fantasy QB worth a look late in deeper drafts since he does have some upside to put up points for owners. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 291-478 3,356 17 18 2009 159-291 1,857 10 18

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 47 193 1 31 162 0

David Garrard, JAC

Fantasy Points 218 114

Bye: 9

A trendy Fantasy QB a year ago, David Garrard is safely considered a backup option this season. With a receiving corps that had one surprise (Mike SimsWalker) and nothing else, Garrard passed his way to 3,597 yards on 314 of 516 passing (60.9 percent) with 15 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Garrard's rushing totals provided a boost as he scrambled for 323 yards and three touchdowns, but he still underperformed in the eyes of those hoping for him to be a Top-12 option. The Jaguars' receiving corps remains limited, which will continue to hinder Garrard's upside. The addition of a receiver or two can change that, but Garrard is otherwise not worth a look as a starter. He should be considered a No. 2 Fantasy QB worth a late-round pick in drafts. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 268-442 2,984 17 14 2009 314-516 3,597 15 10 2008 335-535 3,620 15 13

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 62 247 1 77 323 3 73 322 2

Fantasy Points 216 249 246

Bruce Gradkowski, OAK

Bye: 10

The Raiders will likely use Bruce Gradkowski as their No. 2 QB behind Jason Campbell this season after Campbell was acquired in a trade from Washington. Gradkowski, who tore his chest muscle in a mid-April workout, hopes to be ready for training camp. But he likely won't see the field much with Campbell now in the mix. Ignore Gradkowski in all leagues on Draft Day. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 33-63 391 1 1 2009 82-150 1,007 6 3 2008 7-21 26 0 3

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 6 16 0 18 108 0 1 2 0

Fantasy Points 19 74 -5

Matt Hasselbeck, SEA

Bye: 5

Matt Hasselbeck was expected to face some competition for the starting QB job in Seattle after the team acquired Charlie Whitehurst from San Diego, but he's done enough in the spring to hang on to the job. Here's the catch: if the Seahawks don't come out of the gate winning there is sure to be a quarterback change since Whitehurst is their future and Hasselbeck is their present. Injuries have also robbed Hasselbeck of playing time in recent seasons, and that could come into play during the season. Tack on that he'll be 35 when the season starts and has a limited receiving corps that's led by T.J. Houshmandzadeh and John Carlson and you don't have a very desirable Fantasy choice (the Seahawks added Golden Tate in the draft and Leon Washington via trade, which should help the offense). Hasselbeck did have another 3,000-yard season last year, but he only passed for 17 touchdowns with 17 interceptions. Hasselbeck could start off the season playing well, and he will try hard to do so as he's in a contract year, but he's ultimately just a one-week replacement option, especially when he's at home and playing a division foe. Think of him as a good, not great, No. 2 Fantasy QB worth a late-round pick. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 262-438 2,891 18 16 2009 293-488 3,029 17 17 2008 109-209 1,216 5 10

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 31 68 0 26 119 0 11 69 0

Fantasy Points 192 194 64

Chad Henne, MIA

Bye: 5

Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne has potential for a solid 2010 after being thrust into the role of starter in Week 4 last year. The addition of WR Brandon Marshall has made him more alluring to Fantasy owners in spite of his play in '09. At times he showed great poise last season and at times he was turnover prone and unsure of himself. He had three games with at least 300 passing yards in his final five outings, which bodes well for his numbers once he gets to throw to Marshall, but he only had four games with more touchdowns than interceptions in 13 starts. Again, that's a stat Marshall should be able to correct. So even though Henne completed 274 of 451 passes (60.8 percent) for 2,878 yards (6.4 yards/att.), with 12 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, he has the potential to be a solid Fantasy quarterback now that his receiving corps has improved. In each of the last three seasons Marshall's quarterback has finished as a Top-14 Fantasy option, and that includes the lesser-armed Kyle Orton in Josh McDaniels' short-area passing scheme last year. We like Henne as a No. 2 Fantasy QB with upside. He's the perfect passer to draft late and use as a backup behind one of the elite passers in Fantasy. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 319-511 3,517 21 15 2009 274-451 2,878 12 14 2008 7-12 67 0 0

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--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 37 101 0 16 32 1 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 243 168 2

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Tarvaris Jackson, MIN

Bye: 4

Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson was hoping to be the team's quarterback heading into 2009, but instead he served as the backup behind Brett Favre and played sparingly. He wasn't awful, completing 14 of 21 passes for 201 yards (9.57 yards/att.) and a touchdown, but it all came in garbage time. Jackson will again serve that role in 2010. Until he's starting somewhere, Fantasy owners should consider him useless. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 39-62 413 2 1 2009 14-21 201 1 0 2008 88-149 1,056 9 2

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 8 55 1 17 -10 0 24 140 0

Kevin Kolb, PHI

Fantasy Points 27 14 100

Bye: 8

Kevin Kolb is the starter for the Eagles following an April trade of Donovan McNabb to the Redskins. Kolb hasn't played much, but in two starts last season in place of McNabb he had at least 325 yards and two touchdowns in each game. Granted, in one he was playing from behind against the Saints and in the other he rocked the lowly Chiefs, but he still made great use of DeSean Jackson deep (50-plus-yard completion in each game) and tight end Brent Celek in the short- and mid-range (eight catches for 104 yards in each game for Celek with a touchdown). But what we like best is that Kolb is under center for one of the most prolific passing offenses in football, and that's not going to change with McNabb gone. Many consider Kolb a sleeper, but we think the word is out with him to the point where people will consider him good enough to be a low-end No. 1 Fantasy QB. We think he's worth that in a deeper league (14-plus teams) but is otherwise a quality No. 2 Fantasy QB with upside. Look for him to come off draft boards starting in Round 7 or 8, which is terrific value. One idea: Spend back-to-back picks on Kolb and McNabb, though you might want to get Kolb first since he has a lot more potential than McNabb. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 325-531 4,077 25 20 2009 62-96 741 4 3 2008 17-34 144 0 4

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 27 101 0 4 5 1 13 2 0

Matt Leinart, ARI

Fantasy Points 275 51 -3

Bye: 6

Matt Leinart is expected to compete with free-agent signee Derek Anderson for the starting quarterback job in training camp with the Cardinals. Leinart was the Cardinals starter for 11 games as a rookie in 2006 but struggled with 2,547 passing yards, completing 56.8 percent of his passes with 11 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Since then he's been a backup behind Kurt Warner, who has since retired. Moreover, the Cardinals' pass attack has taken a hit after Anquan Boldin was traded to Baltimore. Leinart still has one of the best receivers in the NFL with Larry Fitzgerald, and Steve Breaston and Early Doucet are developing talents. Even his offensive line got a boost with the late-April signing of left guard Alan Faneca. But the reality is that whoever is the starting quarterback for the Cardinals in 2010 is worth taking with a middle- to lateround pick as a quality No. 2 passer. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 218-362 2,775 17 14 2009 51-77 435 0 3 2008 15-29 264 1 1

Eli Manning, NYG

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 31 84 0 9 -6 0 4 5 0

Fantasy Points 189 11 12

Bye: 8

Are the Giants becoming a passing team? It sure looked that way in 2009 with Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw struggled while Eli Manning and his young receivers shined. We anticipate seeing more of the same this season from Manning, who set new career highs in passing yards (4,021) and touchdowns (27) while throwing just 14 interceptions. The Giants have plenty of improving talent in their receiving corps with Steve Smith, Hakeem Nicks, Mario Manningham and Kevin Boss, so expectations are high for Manning, who for the first time in his career comes into the season as a projected No. 1 Fantasy QB. He is worth drafting after the elite quarterbacks come off the

board with a mid-round pick and is good enough to start in 12-team leagues. Another 4,000-yard season with 25-plus touchdowns is a definite possibility with the talent around him. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 335-538 4,067 27 16 2009 317-509 4,021 27 14 2008 289-479 3,238 21 10

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 27 62 0 17 65 0 20 10 1

Fantasy Points 293 284 240

Peyton Manning, IND

Bye: 7

Unless we lie, nothing we can tell you will make you change your mind on considering Peyton Manning as a No. 1 Fantasy QB. But we're not lying when we tell you that he's not the No. 1 overall Fantasy QB in 2010 -- just a Top 3 choice at his position. Manning will remain the centerpiece of the Colts' incredible passing game, and he's a lock for over 4,000 yards and 25-plus touchdowns (he's done that nearly every season since he entered the league). Last year was no different when he completed 68.8 percent of his passes (393 of 571 passing) for 4,500 yards and 33 touchdowns with 16 interceptions with no fumbles lost. So if the likes of Drew Brees and potentially Aaron Rodgers are picked ahead of Manning in most leagues, along with a glut of elite running backs, that could mean that Manning falls to Round 2. We can't think of a safer second-round pick in Fantasy this year than Manning, who should still ultimately be a Top 15 selection or so in drafts this summer. He's in line for another big season with an elite receiving corps of Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, Anthony Gonzalez, Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 398-594 4,683 35 19 2009 393-571 4,500 33 16 2008 371-555 4,002 27 12

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 23 39 0 19 -13 0 20 21 1

Fantasy Points 345 346 308

Colt McCoy, CLE

Bye: 8

The Browns spent a third-round pick on Texas QB Colt McCoy in the 2010 NFL Draft. He slipped in the draft due to concerns about his height and overall ability. The Browns plan to take it slowly with McCoy, but with the only passers standing in his way being Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace, there's a chance to get in the game. McCoy isn't worth a pick in seasonal drafts but is worth a late-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues and a pick between 10th and 20th overall in rookie-only formats. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 13-23 173 0 1

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 2 4 0

Fantasy Points 5

Donovan McNabb, WAS

Bye: 9

Donovan McNabb was traded to the Redskins in early April and will command Mike Shanahan's offense following one of his brightest seasons in Philadelphia in 2009. The Redskins have some good receivers in Santana Moss, Chris Cooley, Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly but they're not as threatening as what McNabb had in Philly, so we expect his stats to come down a bit from his 2009 totals. Furthermore, Shanahan's version of the West Coast offense values the running back and will make use of McNabb's backfield, which means he won't throw as much in Washington as he did in Philadelphia, where Andy Reid's play calling meant lots of attempts. Putting aside the "name value", we consider McNabb a low-end No. 1/high-end No. 2 Fantasy QB worth a midround pick. McNabb does have motivation on his side -- he's playing in the same division as the team that traded him and looking for a new contract. And that could go a long way toward him still playing like a solid Fantasy QB this season. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 322-543 3,622 19 13 2009 267-443 3,553 22 10 2008 345-571 3,916 23 11

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--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 35 130 2 36 141 2 38 151 2

Fantasy Points 238 278 289

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Matt Moore, CAR

Bye: 6

Philip Rivers, SD

Bye: 10

Matt Moore's late-season surge in 2009 has him in front for the starting QB Job with the team in 2010, though he'll receive some competition. Moore took over for Jake Delhomme over the final five games of last season and was sensational with a 299-yard game against the Vikings and a pair of threetouchdown outings against the Vikings and Giants. In total Moore completed 85 of 138 passes (61.6 pct.) for 1,053 yards with eight touchdowns and two interceptions. Moore signed his restricted tender in mid-March, guaranteeing him a $3 million salary on a one-year deal, which means he's eligible for a new deal after 2010. But with the Panthers drafting Jimmy Clausen in April, there's nothing promised the upstart youngster. Consider Moore a low-end No. 2 Fantasy QB worth a late-round pick in deeper leagues only – so long as he keeps Clausen on the bench. His more popular status will be as a capable oneweek option off waivers during the season when the Panthers have a good matchup.

Philip Rivers continued to prove he's among the best quarterbacks in the NFL and one of the top Fantasy options in 2009, but 2010 could be a different story. He enters this season looking for his third year in a row with at least 4,000 passing yards and he also has four years in a row with at least 22 touchdowns and completing at least 60 percent of his passes. But those totals were helped along by the play of WR Vincent Jackson, who is holding out this offseason and might play only the final six games of the 2010 season. Without Jackson, who is also suspended for the first three games of the year for violating the NFL's policy on substance abuse, Rivers would still have TE Antonio Gates and WR Malcom Floyd to throw to, but he'd easily miss having Jackson join them. For now it's safe to consider Rivers a solid No. 1 Fantasy QB, but be mindful of this issue. If Jackson's holdout lasts deep into training camp, we'd recommend downgrading Rivers to a low-end No. 1 Fantasy QB worth a pick after at least seven or eight quarterbacks go off the board.

-------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 217-362 2,725 16 12 2009 85-138 1,053 8 2 2008 0-0 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 183 86 0

-------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 342-533 4,336 26 12 2009 317-486 4,254 28 9 2008 312-478 4,009 34 11

Bye: 9

Aaron Rodgers, GB

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 33 77 0 12 -3 0 0 0 0

Kyle Orton, DEN

Kyle Orton will see a lot of changes in Denver this season. For starters, Brandon Marshall was traded to the Dolphins in mid-April. Marshall was responsible for many of Orton's career-best stats in 2009, including 3,802 yards passing and 21 touchdowns (Marshall had 10 of those). Without Marshall, the Broncos' receiving corps is led by 2009 disappointment Eddie Royal, veteran journeyman Jabar Gaffney and rookie Demaryius Thomas – not exactly quality wideouts. Along with that, the Broncos added Brady Quinn in a trade from Cleveland and drafted Tim Tebow in the first round. Orton is expected to remain the starter this season, but his days in Denver are limited after this year. He's gone from a potential sleeper No. 2 Fantasy QB to a guy who might not get drafted in the majority of leagues. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 256-430 2,987 18 14 2009 336-541 3,802 21 12 2008 273-466 2,979 18 12

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 15 35 0 24 71 0 24 49 3

Carson Palmer, CIN

Fantasy Points 186 257 217

Bye: 6

Carson Palmer is hoping to improve this season after a disappointing 2009. Expectations were relatively high for Palmer heading into 2009. Coming off of elbow surgery and primed for a big season, he wound up handing off nearly as often as he dropped back to pass and thus posted disappointing totals. Palmer finished with 3,094 yards on 282 of 466 passing (60.5 percent) with 21 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. Palmer also scampered for three touchdowns and added a career-best 93 rush yards. But his passing totals were way down from where we remembered them from 2005 to 2007. One reason for it: The Bengals' passing game was pathetic. Once the team lost WR Chris Henry, Palmer had two multi-touchdown games passing and only one game over 250 yards. Sure, Chad Ochocinco had a good year, but the Bengals' pass attack was pretty easy to stop once he was blanketed. The Bengals addressed their receiving corps with the additions of Terrell Owens, Matt Jones and Antonio Bryant as free agents and Jermaine Gresham, Jordan Shipley and Dezmon Briscoe in the NFL Draft. Namely the Owens addition gives Palmer a better option opposite Ochocinco, potentially enough to get him over 4,000 yards. At least it's clear that the Bengals want to throw a little more in 2010. For now, consider Palmer a solid backup Fantasy QB worth a middleto late-round pick in standard formats and a low-end starter in leagues with 14plus teams. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 313-494 3,913 23 16 2009 282-466 3,094 21 13 2008 76-130 736 3 4

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 28 51 1 39 93 3 6 38 0

Fantasy Points 270 250 42

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 27 60 1 26 50 1 31 84 0

Fantasy Points 313 325 346

Bye: 10

You couldn't do better than Aaron Rodgers in Fantasy Football in 2009 -- no one scored more points than he did in standard-scoring leagues. Rodgers continued to make the Packers brass look like geniuses when he topped all of his 2008 stats. He completed 350 of 541 passes (64.7 pct.) for 4,434 yards (8.20 yards/att.) with 30 touchdowns vs. only seven interceptions. Rodgers also ran for 316 yards and tacked on five touchdowns on 58 carries (5.4 avg.). This doesn't include a 423-yard, five-total-touchdown game at Arizona in the playoffs. Every single regular-season stat listed was a career-high for him, and the ceiling still hasn't been touched since he didn't make use of some of his improving weapons like TE Jermichael Finley, WR James Jones and WR Jordy Nelson on a weekly basis. Tack on an offensive line that also has room to improve and you've got quite possibly the next Drew Brees, Peyton Manning or Tom Brady in that Rodgers will be surrounded by so much great talent that he'll easily post solid totals. There's no question that Rodgers is a top-end No. 1 Fantasy QB worth a pick between the end of Round 1 and the end of Round 2 depending on how quarterbacks are scored in your league. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 344-542 4,426 28 13 2009 350-541 4,434 30 7 2008 341-536 4,038 28 13

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 48 212 4 59 304 5 56 207 4

Fantasy Points 348 401 345

Ben Roethlisberger, PIT

Bye: 5

The NFL suspended Ben Roethlisberger for six games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. The suspension could be reduced to four games based on Roethlisberger's behavior, but his Fantasy value has taken a hit. The Steelers also traded Santonio Holmes, and his weapons aren't the same as 2009 when he had a career year with 4,328 yards. The 26 touchdowns he threw were second-best, but he also added 12 interceptions and three fumbles lost and ran for 82 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Roethlisberger still has the chance to post quality stats once he returns from the suspension, but he should only be considered a No. 2 Fantasy QB. Plan on drafting him with a late-round pick and hope he gets the suspension reduced from six games to four. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 244-398 2,872 21 10 2009 337-506 4,328 26 12 2008 282-470 3,314 17 15

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--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 35 133 1 41 79 2 34 101 2

Fantasy Points 222 318 212

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Tony Romo, DAL

Bye: 4

Mark Sanchez, NYJ

Bye: 7

Tony Romo went from a questionable Fantasy option entering 2009 to returning as one of the elite Fantasy quarterbacks coming into this season. Romo has arguably the best receiving corps of his career -- the Terrell Owens era included -- with Miles Austin and Jason Witten playing at a Pro Bowl level and with contributions from Roy Williams, Patrick Crayton and his running backs. That WR corps was then improved with the addition of rookie WR Dez Bryant in the draft. Romo re-established himself in 2009 with a career-high 4,483 passing yards, completing 63.1 percent of his passes, with 26 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He also added 105 rushing yards and a touchdown. It was the second 4,000-yard passing season in his career and the third year in a row he had at least 26 touchdowns. The nine interceptions were also a career low. We like Romo as a No. 1 Fantasy option again this year, and he should be drafted beginning in Round 3, giving him tremendous value. He will continue to connect with all his weapons, especially Austin and Witten, and look for Romo to have another solid year.

Mark Sanchez had better team success as a rookie in 2009 than he did for Fantasy owners, but he enters his second year loaded of promise. Sanchez took the Jets to the AFC Championship Game and showed the kind of potential you like to see from a young QB. His stats in the playoffs were impressive (539 passing yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions in three games), and there's hope for him to improve this season. But during the year, Sanchez played like a rookie. He completed only 196 of 364 passes (53.8 percent) for 2,444 yards, 12 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. He also ran for 106 yards and three touchdowns with three lost fumbles. The Jets receiving corps, which is led by Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery and Dustin Keller, is expected to give Sanchez every opportunity to play real well. But the Jets are a run-first team, and Sanchez is still learning how to play in the NFL. Because of those factors he should be considered a No. 2 Fantasy QB worth only a late-round pick. He has the ability to surprise you and play like a starting option on occasion, but don't go into the year with him pegged for that role.

-------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 347-541 4,567 29 17 2009 347-550 4,483 26 9 2008 276-450 3,448 26 14

-------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 277-467 3,378 19 15 2009 196-363 2,444 12 20

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 27 76 0 35 105 1 28 41 0

Fantasy Points 322 325 255

JaMarcus Russell was released from the Raiders in May after the Raiders traded for Jason Campbell from the Redskins. He could land with another team, but he won't be given the chance to start. Keep an eye on what happens with Russell, but he should not be drafted in any Fantasy leagues. --- Rushing --Att Yds TD 0 0 0 19 45 0 18 127 1

Matt Ryan, ATL

Fantasy Points 0 39 162

Bye: 8

Matt Ryan's second season got off to a fantastic start before a midseason slide and a toe injury robbed him of putting up incredible stats, then finished strong. It all has built hope that he'll be fantastic for all of the 2010 season as a potential starting Fantasy QB. In 14 starts (effectively 13 games as his toe injury cost him much of his Week 12 matchup with the Buccaneers), Ryan had 2,916 yards passing on 263 of 451 passing (58.3 percent) with 22 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He also rushed for one score and fumbled twice. Ryan needs to improve his consistency and lower his turnovers if he's going to be a Fantasy mainstay in 2010, but he's got the skills to do just that. With a year of working with Tony Gonzalez under his belt and great rapport built with Roddy White, Ryan should have the tools to have a smashing third season. We consider Ryan to be a low-end No. 1/top-end No. 2 Fantasy QB with upside to be a solid starter. Best of all, he can be reeled in with a mid-round pick in drafts, making him a medium-risk, high-reward Fantasy option. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 304-492 3,646 25 17 2009 263-451 2,916 22 14 2008 265-434 3,440 16 11

Fantasy Points 232 155

Matt Schaub, HOU

JaMarcus Russell, FA

-------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 0-0 0 0 0 2009 120-246 1,287 3 11 2008 198-367 2,423 13 8

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 41 128 1 36 106 3

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 37 80 0 30 49 1 55 104 1

Fantasy Points 264 226 227

Bye: 7

After playing 16 games and meeting huge expectations last year, more of the same is expected from Texans QB Matt Schaub in 2010. Ending his season with the Pro Bowl MVP award, Schaub dazzled with an NFL-best 4,770 yards on 396 of 583 passing (67.9 percent) with 29 touchdowns, 15 interceptions and two fumbles lost. Keep in mind, these numbers came with TE Owen Daniels missing half the season and Kevin Walter declining statistically. There's potential for a 5,000-yard season here in 2010 – especially with the Texans' run game a mess and Andre Johnson prowling down the field, along with Daniels and Walter back. Health is the only factor for Schaub, though he has been essentially injury-free for over a year. Best of all, no one is considering Schaub early in drafts, so he's a tremendous value as a No. 1 Fantasy QB between Rounds 2 and 3. When you see Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers go off of draft boards, Schaub is sure to follow. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 361-556 4,552 29 13 2009 396-583 4,770 29 15 2008 251-380 3,043 15 10

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 30 63 1 47 61 0 31 68 2

Fantasy Points 323 338 203

Alex Smith, SF

Bye: 9

Alex Smith is back as the starting QB in San Francisco, and this time he plans to keep the job. The former No. 1 overall pick in 2005 lost the starting position due to shoulder injuries and inconsistent play, but he was given a second chance in 2009 when Shaun Hill struggled. Smith never looked back as he did well developing a rapport with Vernon Davis and Michael Crabtree. Smith showed his potential during a three-game stretch last season against Green Bay, Jacksonville and Seattle with 769 yards, seven touchdowns and one interception, which put him on the Fantasy radar again. He finished the season completing a career-high 60.5 percent of his passes for 2,350 yards, 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He is a No. 2 Fantasy option coming into the season (which happens to be a potential contract year), but he can be a spot starter in standard leagues with the chance to increase his value if he picks up where last season ended. Davis has become an elite TE, and Crabtree has the chance to continue his development. If the 49ers find a third receiving threat -outside of Frank Gore, who is a great receiver out of the backfield -- then Smith's stats could really explode. We never thought Smith would be Fantasy relevant again, but here he is with the chance to keep getting better. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 308-505 3,686 21 15 2009 225-372 2,350 18 12 2008 0-0 0 0 0

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--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 37 108 0 24 51 0 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 248 181 0

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Matthew Stafford, DET

Bye: 7

In terms of NFL growth and development, Matthew Stafford had a good rookie year with the Lions. In terms of Fantasy Football, Stafford was a nightmare. Stafford completed 201 of 377 passes (53.3 comp. pct.) for 2,267 yards (6.01 yards/att.) with 13 touchdowns and a whopping 20 interceptions over 10 games (that's an average of two interceptions per game). Save for a gutsy performance vs. the Browns in Week 11 that saw Stafford suffer a separated left (non-throwing) shoulder while tossing for 422 yards and five touchdowns, he was fairly useless for Fantasy play even though he delivered either a rushing or passing touchdown in every game he played. Stafford was banged up over the course of the season, dislocating his right kneecap in addition to hurting his shoulder, but he has undergone surgery and should be fine for the start of the 2010 season. If the Lions bulk up their offensive line to better protect Stafford, he'll have a chance to stay productive and useful to Fantasy owners. His receiving corps is just fine: The Lions added Nate Burleson and Tony Scheffler to go with Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew, so Stafford has plenty of quality targets to throw to. Consider him a good No. 2 option in drafts, well worth a late-round pick. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 272-468 3,413 22 17 2009 201-377 2,267 13 20

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 21 108 2 21 108 2

Tim Tebow, DEN

Fantasy Points 237 150

Bye: 9

The Broncos drafted Florida QB Tim Tebow with the No. 25 overall pick in the first round of the NFL Draft. But Tebow isn't expected to play right away. Denver coach Josh McDaniels insisted Kyle Orton is still his starting quarterback - and chances are good that Brady Quinn is still the backup and Tom Brandstater is still No. 3. With his athleticism, Tebow could play other positions - say, tight end or on special teams - and he could be used in Wildcat formations right away to take advantage of his running prowess even if he doesn't supplant Orton. That means Tebow has minimal Fantasy value in seasonal leagues even if he lines up in other places on offense. In rookie-only drafts, Tebow is worth a late-round pick, but he has value in long-term keeper leagues since he could be the starter for the Broncos in 2011. We'll find out how the Broncos plan to use Tebow, and it should be interesting to see if he has the chance to make an impact as a rookie. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 40-66 368 3 1

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 16 54 2

Michael Vick, PHI

Fantasy Points 46

Bye: 8

Michael Vick is expected to serve as the backup to Kevin Kolb in Philadelphia this season. Vick will again play in a Wildcat role, which will give him a handful of reps each week, but not enough to make him a Fantasy standout. He's only worth a late-round pick in the deepest of leagues, or in leagues that use multiple starting quarterbacks. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 21-31 162 2 1 2009 6-13 86 1 0 2008 0-0 0 0 0

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 34 134 1 24 95 2 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 34 30 0

Seneca Wallace, CLE

Bye: 8

Seneca Wallace is headed from Seattle to Cleveland this year after his former coach, Mike Holmgren, who is now the team president for the Browns, traded for him. Wallace will compete with Jake Delhomme to be the new starter in Cleveland (rookie Colt McCoy is not expected to be a factor). Wallace might have an edge based on his familiarity with Holmgren, but Delhomme has far more experience as a starter. Wallace has started 10 games the past two years and has 14 touchdowns and five interceptions despite his limited play over that time, so the potential is there for Wallace to be successful. But with the Browns, Wallace would only be a low-end No. 2 Fantasy QB at best. Cleveland has a limited receiving corps, and they aren't going to turn into a passing team any time soon. Don't draft Wallace in the majority of Fantasy leagues even if he wins the job, but he could be worth adding off the waiver wire during the year. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 97-159 1,099 7 4 2009 78-120 700 3 2 2008 141-242 1,532 11 3

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 31 95 0 16 2 1 16 78 0

Fantasy Points 83 46 122

Charlie Whitehurst, SEA

Bye: 5

Charlie Whitehurst was supposed to battle for the starting QB job in Seattle with Matt Hasselbeck after getting traded there in mid-March, but those plans are on hold. That's because Whitehurst didn't have a good spring and Hasselbeck did, making him the de facto starter entering camp. Whitehurst has never attempted an NFL pass after being in the league four seasons as the emergency No. 3 QB with the Chargers. He has the size you want in a passer and a good arm, but his lack of experience is of great concern. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters -- he might get a chance to play later in the year but you can glance on waivers for him by then. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 69-116 693 4 4 2009 0-0 0 0 0 2008 0-0 0 0 0

--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 16 60 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 40 0 0

Vince Young, TEN

Bye: 9

Vince Young is expected to be a wild card late in Fantasy drafts this summer after getting his career back on track in 2009. The Titans started last season 06 and turned to Young to spark the offense, and spark he did as the team won eight of the 10 starts he made. His stats weren't huge – he threw for 1,879 yards on 152 of 259 passing (58.7 percent) with one game over 250 yards (a career-high 387-yard delight vs. Arizona). Young's rushing totals weren't gaudy, either: He had 281 yards on 55 runs (5.1 avg.) with two rushing touchdowns. Owners will be tempted to draft Young hoping to cash in on moderate passing totals with strong rushing totals – after all, 175 yards passing and 50 yards rushing is the same as 300 yards passing in standard Fantasy scoring. But Young might hand off more than you'd like thanks to Chris Johnson in the backfield, so his totals aren't expected to be huge, even with the Titans' receiving corps gathering some momentum thanks to their young talent. Treat him like a No. 2 Fantasy QB worth a late-round flier in drafts. -------------- Passing --------------Year Comp-Att Yds TD Int 2010 (proj) 227-379 2,616 16 9 2009 152-259 1,879 10 7 2008 22-36 219 1 2

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--- Rushing --Att Yds TD 48 231 3 55 281 2 8 27 0

Fantasy Points 220 157 12

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Cedric Benson, CIN

Running Backs Joseph Addai, IND

Bye: 7

Entering 2010 in a contract year, Colts RB Joseph Addai should be more than capable of giving Fantasy owners some quality stats. Naturally, we expect him to be motivated to play well so that he can cash in following the season, but he also told CBSSports.com in January that the addition of Donald Brown motivated him last year. It showed as he rushed for 10 touchdowns, caught for three more and had 828 yards on 219 carries (3.8 avg.) to go with 336 yards on 51 receptions (6.6 avg.). He had another 265 total yards with a touchdown in three playoff games. Addai might be the most unsuspecting member of the Top 12 Fantasy rushers from last season, and because he plays in Indianapolis' powerful offense, he's not expected to fall out very easily. The biggest threat to Addai is Donald Brown, who totaled just 89 touches in the regular season thanks to an injury that kept him out of several games down the stretch. Brown could see more work next season, and that could limit Addai's touches. But it's clear that Addai, who has been good for at least 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns in three seasons with 15-plus games, is far from washed up and unlikely to lose the majority of reps to Brown. Best of all, Addai might sneak into Round 3 or even 4 in some leagues, making him a valuable pick. It's probably best to treat him as a No. 2 RB, but expectations for quality stats should be high. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 208 799 9 219 828 10 155 544 5

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 36 231 2 51 336 3 25 206 2

FL 3 1 1

Marion Barber, DAL

Fantasy Points 163 197 114

Bye: 4

Marion Barber has a lot to prove to Fantasy owners this season after a disappointing 2009. Barber was expected to lead the Cowboys backfield and outplay young running backs Felix Jones and Tashard Choice. Instead, Barber had an injury-marred season and finished with modest totals (932 rushing yards and seven touchdowns and 26 catches for 221 yards). He did lead Dallas in carries with 214, which was more than Jones (116) and Choice (64), but Jones also missed time due to injuries. Barber clearly is not an elite Fantasy option, and his touchdowns continue to decline. He went from 16 total touchdowns in 2006 to 12 in 2007 to nine in 2008. You can't count on him for double digits in touchdowns any more, and the Cowboys have learned to love their passing attack while utilizing all three of their rushers. Thus, expect Jones to see a bigger role this year and even start as Dallas will try to keep Barber fresh for the end of the season, and look for Choice to see his share of carries, too. Barber still gets enough touches and production to make him a low-end No. 2 Fantasy RB, but he's toward the end of that group. He should not be selected before Round 4 on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 187 811 7 214 932 7 238 885 7

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 20 166 2 26 221 0 52 417 2

FL 2 2 3

Mike Bell, PHI

Fantasy Points 150 153 177

Bye: 8

Mike Bell resurrected his career with the Saints in 2009, winning a Super Bowl ring along the way, and he'll hope to do the same with the Eagles in 2010. As a restricted free agent, Bell signed a one-year offer sheet with Philadelphia that was not matched by New Orleans. He's expected to aid LeSean McCoy much like he did Pierre Thomas last year, and he could fit into a goal-line role in addition to taking snaps from McCoy. Bell had 654 yards on 172 carries (3.8 avg.) with five rushing scores and 12 yards receiving on four grabs last year, and those are mostly reachable totals for Bell this season. Despite missing the start of camp with a hamstring injury, look his way with a late-round pick as a good reserve Fantasy RB. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 116 449 4 172 654 5 13 42 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 8 57 0 4 12 0 1 14 0

FL 2 2 0

Bye: 6

Cedric Benson is looking to keep improving this season. He had a career year in 2009, totaling 1,251 yards on 301 carries (4.2 avg.) in 13 games (he missed two games with an injury and sat out Week 17) with six touchdowns. Benson also caught 17 passes for 111 yards and didn't lose a single fumble all year. Benson, who will be 28 to start the season, is in a contract year and could earn another big contract with a strong campaign. Really, the fact that his health isn't perfect (no 16-game seasons) and that he's on a team that will likely throw the ball more than they did last season are the only knocks against Benson, who has been awesome since he's joined the Bengals. We consider him a low-end No. 1 Fantasy RB worthy of being taken between 10th and 20th overall in drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 289 1,252 8 301 1,251 6 214 747 2

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 13 95 0 17 111 0 20 185 0

FL 2 0 1

Jahvid Best, DET

Fantasy Points 179 172 102

Bye: 7

The Lions drafted Jahvid Best at No. 30 overall in the NFL Draft, and landing in Motown could be a blessing for him. Best, who ran for 2,668 yards, caught 62 passes and scored 35 total touchdowns at California, is expected to share carries with Kevin Smith, who is coming off of major knee surgery. Because Smith was ready to roll at the start of training camp, chances are Best will not land all of the Lions' reps right away. Look for a split between the two rushers, though Best clearly has more upside and potential. A well-documented concussion suffered at Cal last season is of minor concern -- go into the season with Best as a No. 3 Fantasy RB worth a mid-round pick with the chance to be a No. 2 option by the end of the year. In rookie-only drafts, Best should be considered a first-round pick, and he has plenty of value in keeper leagues with an early- to mid-round selection. Year 2010 (proj)

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 223 940 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 29 225 1

FL 2

Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG

Fantasy Points 126

Bye: 8

Ahmad Bradshaw is expected to be fine after offseason surgery on both feet and his right ankle, and he could be in a position to take off in 2010. After dealing with injuries for most of 2009, Bradshaw had screws put in both feet to stabilize fractured bones and a procedure on his ankle. Despite the injuries, Bradshaw had his moments playing in tandem with Brandon Jacobs, and he will continue in that role this season. Bradshaw set new career highs in 2009 with 163 carries for 778 yards (4.8 avg.) and seven touchdowns, and he tacked on 207 yards on 21 catches. He vows to be better this season now that he's 100 percent, and we think that's possible. Jacobs remains the starter and goalline option based on his size, but Bradshaw could approach 1,000 rushing yards and a healthy amount of touchdowns in what amounts to a contract year for him. We consider Bradshaw a solid No. 3 Fantasy RB, just like his counterpart in The Big Apple, making him worth a mid-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 192 855 5 163 778 7 67 355 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 24 211 1 21 207 0 5 42 1

FL 2 2 0

Fantasy Points 71 92 11

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Fantasy Points 139 135 51


Donald Brown, IND

Bye: 7

Team-oriented RB Donald Brown is expected to be healthy for the 2010 season after missing five games in 2009 with a shoulder injury. As a rookie, Brown amassed just 281 yards on 78 carries (3.6 avg.) with three touchdowns, adding 169 receiving yards on 11 grabs. Those numbers were way off from what we expected from him, but he likely played hurt for much of the year and that led to the low totals. He should return to being a significant contributor in the Colts' offense, but so long as starter Joseph Addai is healthy, we'll never see Brown top more than 15 touches or so on a weekly basis (he hit that mark just twice in 2009). You're best off considering Brown a very low-end No. 3 RB or a quality reserve rusher, making him worthy of a mid-round pick. And naturally, if you draft Addai with a Top-30 choice, you should look into getting Brown as an insurance policy. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 121 512 4 78 281 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 21 155 0 11 169 0

FL 0 0

Ronnie Brown, MIA

Fantasy Points 75 62

Bye: 5

For the second time in three seasons, Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown will enter training camp coming off a season-ending injury. This time, Brown's 2009 season was cut short after nine games due to a Lisfranc fracture in his right foot. But Brown said in an interview with CBSSports.com in February that he's on track to return for the start of the 2010 season. "The toughest part of being injured is not being able to participate and go out there," Brown said. "To suffer an injury and not being able to go out there and help your team, it was hard for me. I used what happened this season as fuel for next season." Despite the injuries, Brown has been productive with 18 touchdowns in the past two seasons. He finished 2009 with 648 rush yards, 98 receiving yards and nine total touchdowns (one passing). He will continue to share carries with Ricky Williams in 2010, but Brown is expected to return as the starter. And while the Dolphins did trade for Brandon Marshall, the team should still be focused on running the ball a good amount of the time. Go into the season with Brown as a No. 2 Fantasy running back worth a pick beginning in Round 3 in all leagues -- his foot injury is serious but not as serious as the ACL he tore in 2007. When healthy, Brown is a must-start option in all formats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 183 782 8 147 648 8 214 916 10

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 22 187 1 14 98 0 33 254 0

FL 2 1 1

Correll Buckhalter, DEN

Fantasy Points 156 125 181

Bye: 9

Correll Buckhalter is expected to serve as a part-time running back in Denver behind starter Knowshon Moreno, though early training camp injuries threw that plan into the wind. Buckhalter's injury wasn't believed to be significant, so he should be OK for this season. In 2009, Buckhalter's first year with the Broncos, he had 120 carries for 642 yards (5.3 yard avg.) with one touchdown. He also caught 31 passes for 240 yards with two lost fumbles. Buckhalter actually had two more 100-yard games than Moreno, but Moreno is clearly the future in Denver and should see more reps in 2010 so long as he is healthy. But that's the catch as Moreno has dealt with injuries throughout his short career and it's not ridiculous to think that Buckhalter could see some significant reps this season. Buckhalter is worth a late-round pick in all Fantasy leagues this year and is a must-own handcuff option for Moreno owners. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 139 549 2 120 642 1 76 369 2

Michael Bush, OAK

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 18 150 1 31 240 0 26 324 2

FL 1 2 0

Fantasy Points 86 90 92

Bye: 10

Michael Bush enters his third season in the NFL looking for a chance to prove he can be a productive running back, and he should improve with the Raiders going from three options to two with Justin Fargas being released. Bush will continue to share carries with Darren McFadden, but his outlook has gotten better and thus his potential is better. In two seasons, Bush has 218 carries for 1,010 yards (4.6 yards per carry) and six touchdowns. He's also added 36 catches for 267 yards and three lost fumbles. If Bush were the featured back for the Raiders he could end up as a very strong option. But since he shares

carries, that lowers his value, and he should be viewed carefully as a No. 3 RB worth a pick between Rounds 7 and 8. He does benefit from being in a potential contract year (motivation will be high), but McFadden is still considered by many to be the better talent. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 202 852 5 123 589 3 94 419 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 20 148 0 17 105 0 19 162 0

FL 3 2 1

Reggie Bush, NO

Fantasy Points 124 82 73

Bye: 10

Reggie Bush should continue to be a home-run threat in the Saints' offense, but the RB has work to do to match his lofty expectations. Bush matched a career-high in total touchdowns with eight in 2009, but the rest of his stats declined dramatically, delivering 390 rush yards on 70 carries (5.6 avg.) and 335 receiving yards on 47 catches (7.1 avg.). His rushing and receiving stats were career-lows, and many attribute his limited reps to complications from his surgically repaired knee, which required attention for much of the season and kept him out of two games. He was improved for the postseason with 117 rush yards on 17 carries and a touchdown along with 95 yards and a score on 10 catches. Bush's contract gets steep this season, but we can't see the Saints without their explosive weapon, even if his numbers don't correlate to how important he is to them. If Bush stays off the operating table, we could see him bounce back and see more work in 2010. Consider him a No. 3 Fantasy RB, which is what he was in 2009, worth a pick between Rounds 6 and 7 in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 132 528 3 70 390 5 106 404 2

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 68 557 4 47 335 3 52 440 4

FL 4 2 2

Jamaal Charles, KC

Fantasy Points 143 116 116

Bye: 4

Jamaal Charles was expected to be a breakout star this season, but that was before the Chiefs added Thomas Jones in March and rookie WR Dexter McCluster in April. Charles was a star in the second half of 2009 when he took over for Larry Johnson. In the final eight games of the season, Charles had seven games with double digits in Fantasy points. He finished the season with 190 carries for 1,120 yards (5.9 yards per carry) and seven touchdowns and 40 catches for 297 yards and one touchdown with three lost fumbles. If you project what Charles did in his final eight games for the entire season he would have had 320 carries for 1,936 yards and 14 touchdowns. But with Jones now in the mix, Charles won't get the chance to match those stats, and McCluster should take away some receptions. We still like Charles as a No. 2 Fantasy RB. Even though Jones will likely get the short-yardage and goal-line carries, the Chiefs will be pass happy with Charlie Weis now the offensive coordinator. Charles should still be drafted in Round 3 or 4, and hopefully Jones won't ruin his value altogether. But Jones coming to Kansas City definitely takes the luster off what could have been a breakout year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 225 976 6 190 1,120 7 67 357 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 31 240 2 40 297 1 27 272 1

FL 3 3 2

Tashard Choice, DAL

Fantasy Points 164 185 64

Bye: 4

On any other team Tashard Choice would be a candidate to share carries as part of a tandem and be a quality Fantasy reserve RB. But in Dallas, Choice is the No. 3 RB behind Marion Barber and Felix Jones, and that limits his Fantasy value. Choice is a great injury replacement when Barber or Jones gets hurt, but he's not someone you can draft in the majority of leagues. Instead, add Choice to your scout team and make sure you pick him up off the waiver wire the minute something happens to Barber or Jones. And in deep leagues, spend a late-round pick on Choice since he's been a good replacement for a couple of weeks each of the past two seasons. There's also talk he could get shortyardage work this season, but until we see it happen we can't recommend Choice in the majority of leagues on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 81 333 2 64 349 3 92 472 2

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 8 69 0 15 132 0 21 185 0

FL 0 0 0

30

Fantasy Points 52 67 77


Glen Coffee, SF

Bye: 9

Glen Coffee was expected to be the backup to Frank Gore this season, but he abruptly retired in mid-August. Assuming he follows through with his retirement, Fantasy owners shouldn't bother considering the young rusher. Rookie Anthony Dixon and veteran Michael Robinson will battle for the right to back up Gore. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 0 0 0 83 226 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 11 76 0

FL 0 0

Kenneth Darby, STL

Fantasy Points 0 35

Bye: 9

Kenneth Darby will serve as a backup RB in St. Louis behind starter Steven Jackson. Darby has minimal Fantasy value unless Jackson gets hurt. In three years, Darby is still looking for his first touchdown. He only has 61 carries in his career and 301 rushing yards. Darby is worth drafting with a late-round pick as a handcuff option for Jackson, but he should only be considered an insurance policy this season. And if Jackson does get hurt he would only be useful as a reserve RB in deeper formats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 38 148 0 27 152 0 32 140 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 11 82 0 18 96 0 19 183 0

FL 1 0 1

James Davis, CLE

Fantasy Points 21 24 30

Bye: 8

James Davis enters this season looking for a bigger role. Davis missed much of the 2009 season with a shoulder injury suffered during a practice drill four weeks into the season. The hard-nosed Davis had just nine carries for 15 yards in 2009 to go with 5 yards on four catches, but we think he can bring a good strong presence to the Browns run game with five-to-10 touches per game behind starter Jerome Harrison. Granted, there's a lot of time between now and the start of the season, but Davis is someone we'll be keeping an eye on. He's worth a late-round pick in deeper dynasty/keeper leagues this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 36 137 1 9 15 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 6 36 0 4 5 0

FL 0 0

Justin Fargas, DEN

Fantasy Points 23 1

Bye: 9

Justin Fargas signed with the Broncos in mid-August, and it's there where he'll look for a roster spot. He'll have a chance to get one as the Broncos' backfield was decimated by injuries during the first two weeks of training camp. Fargas has seen his production decrease each of the past two years, and he has been plagued by injuries which comes with the territory of getting older. He's not worth drafting at this point but if he has a great preseason and if the Broncos' other rushers don't get healthy, he will carry some value with a late-round flier. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 45 172 0 129 491 3 219 855 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 5 31 0 17 113 0 10 52 0

FL 0 0 1

Kevin Faulk, NE

Fantasy Points 20 78 94

Bye: 5

Kevin Faulk re-signed with the Patriots and will again be in a contract year in 2010. He was a solid part of the backfield rotation in 2009 with 62 carries for 335 yards (5.4 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. He also added 37 catches for 301 yards and a touchdown with a lost fumble. But since he shares the ball with Laurence Maroney, Sammy Morris and Fred Taylor, Faulk has minimal Fantasy value. He's a decent reserve Fantasy RB in deep leagues where receptions count since he's had at least 35 catches in his past four seasons, but that's about the only format where he should be owned. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 63 251 1 62 335 2 83 507 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 33 263 1 37 301 1 58 486 3

FL 0 0 0

Justin Forsett, SEA

Bye: 5

Justin Forsett will attempt to be the starting RB for the Seahawks this year, but he's expected to share carries with Julius Jones and Leon Washington. We still like Forsett the best based on his upside. When he got the chance to carry the load in 2009, he played well as a rusher and receiver. We expect Forsett to be the starter in a shared situation with Jones on rushing downs, and Washington will likely see the field in passing situations. Plan on drafting Forsett as a No. 3 Fantasy RB coming into the season. He is worth a mid-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 204 877 5 114 619 4 0 0 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 16 98 0 41 350 1 0 0 0

FL 2 1 0

Matt Forte, CHI

Fantasy Points 124 124 0

Bye: 8

After racking up 12 touchdowns and just over 1,700 total yards as a rookie, Bears RB Matt Forte took a massive step backward in 2009. Forte failed to top 1,000 rush yards, getting just 929 on 258 carries (3.6 avg.) with four scores on the ground. He also dipped a bit as a receiver, catching 57 passes for 471 yards (8.3 avg.). He also lost three fumbles after losing just one as a rookie. Only seven times all season did Forte match or exceed 10 Fantasy points in standard-scoring leagues and totaled over 100 yards in six games. Though he didn't get much help from his plodding offensive line, Forte appeared to be the latest in a long line of Bears running backs that shine in their debut season and struggle in the next. Injuries might be to blame – he tore a hamstring before the season started and underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee after the season. But offseason additions of offensive coordinator Mike Martz and veteran running back Chester Taylor do not bode well for Forte's future. Taylor has nearly the exact same skill set as Forte while Martz has been known as a running back crusher in Fantasy Football because he likes to throw so much. We can no longer expect Forte to be a candidate for 20 touches per week, and there could be some matchups where 15 touches are too much to ask for. Forte has slid to a No. 3 Fantasy RB, worth a pick after Round 6. He has a lot of work to do to get back to Fantasy prominence. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 206 799 5 258 929 4 315 1,231 8

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 26 197 1 57 471 0 64 484 4

FL 2 3 1

Arian Foster, HOU

Fantasy Points 115 159 241

Bye: 7

Fantasy owners got a nice look at Arian Foster late last season, but they'll get a better look at him this season. With the season-ending injury to rookie RB Ben Tate, Foster appears to be in line to start for Houston and take on a considerable role. Foster was given extended reps in the team's last two games last season and torched the Dolphins and Patriots for 216 yards on 39 carries (5.5 avg.) with three touchdowns and three catches for 26 yards. Though he is expected to share the field with Steve Slaton, there's a realistic chance that Foster will handle much of the "running down" duties while Slaton will take on the "passing down" work. Best of all, Foster could produce exceptionally well but fall into your lap on Draft Day. Play it safe and pick him as a No. 3 Fantasy RB with a pick in Round 7 or 8, but don't be shocked if he comes through for you in 2010. He certainly looks like he'll get the opportunity. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 210 849 5 54 257 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 15 124 0 8 93 0

FL 2 1

Fantasy Points 47 81 134

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Fantasy Points 123 50


Quinton Ganther, SEA

Bye: 5

Quinton Ganther left the Redskins and signed with the Seahawks this offseason where he could compete for carries behind Justin Forsett, Leon Washington and Julius Jones. He could end up being used in short-yardage situations, and there's also talk of Ganther being moved to fullback. We view Ganther as a reserve in Seattle, and he isn't worth drafting in the majority of leagues. He could be worth adding off the waiver wire if he starts out the season playing well, but Ganther is more of an insurance policy and special teams player. He showed some flashes of his ability in 2009 when Clinton Portis (concussion) and Ladell Betts (knee) were injured, but in three seasons he has just 71 carries for 262 yards and three touchdowns and 15 catches for 142 yards. You can do better. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 31 124 0 62 199 3 9 61 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 9 99 0 6 43 0

FL 0 0 0

Toby Gerhart, MIN

Fantasy Points 12 46 10

Bye: 4

The Vikings took Stanford RB Toby Gerhart in the second round of the NFL draft, giving them a suitable second running option behind starter Adrian Peterson. Gerhart is expected to replace Chester Taylor as the second back in the Vikings offense. He isn't going to take many stats off the plate of one of the best running back in the NFL, but he's a must-own as an insurance policy for those owners who take AP with a first-round pick, and better yet you can wait until Round 10 or so to get him; last year you'd have to take Chester Taylor sooner. Gerhart is also worth a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and is a Top 20 pick in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 82 317 2

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 15 101 0

FL 0

Mike Goodson, CAR

Fantasy Points 54

Bye: 6

Mike Goodson impressed teammates in training camp in 2009 with his excellent speed and hands, but it never translated out on the field. Goodson only played in eight games, rushing for just 49 yards on 22 carries (with 44 yards and 13 carries coming in the season finale). He also caught a pair of passes for 15 yards. Obviously, these totals suggest that Goodson isn't worth owning in Fantasy, but he could be a dangerous option if he ever found regular playing time. That said, don't consider him useful in seasonal Fantasy play for now, but do keep him in mind in case the Panthers' running back corps suffers some injuries in 2010. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 40 224 0 22 49 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 8 105 0 2 15 0

FL 0 1

Frank Gore, SF

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 266 1,223 8 229 1,120 10 240 1,036 6

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 38 329 2 52 406 3 43 373 2

FL 3 2 3

Bye: 10

A strong finish to the 2009 season gave Packers RB Ryan Grant some really nice numbers. Grant ended the year with 1,253 yards on 282 carries (4.4 avg.) and 11 rushing touchdowns. He also had a career-high 197 yards receiving on 25 catches. Six of his 11 scores came in the final four weeks of the regular season, really providing a boost to Fantasy owners who grabbed him for the Fantasy postseason run. Grant had only three games with over 100 yards rushing but totaled over 100 yards seven times and only produced three weeks without 100 total yards or a touchdown (against the Vikings, Cowboys and Ravens, very good run defenses). We like Grant a lot headed into 2010 because the Packers' offense is awesome, his offensive line is only going to get better and there are no indications out of Green Bay that he'll give any of his workload to another running back. With another year of 300 touches expected and Grant a stable Fantasy rusher for three years now, he's an easy choice as a No. 1 Fantasy rusher worth a pick in Round 2 in all leagues this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 270 1,141 7 282 1,253 11 312 1,203 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 18 125 0 25 197 0 18 116 1

FL 2 1 3

Shonn Greene, NYJ

Fantasy Points 150 208 155

Bye: 7

Shonn Greene endeared himself to Fantasy owners with a strong playoff run in 2009, and he also endeared himself to his coaches. After helping carry the Jets to the AFC Championship Game with 54 carries for 304 yards and two touchdowns in three playoff games, the team seemingly handed him the primary rushing job after they released Thomas Jones. But that changed once the Jets signed LaDainian Tomlinson, and Greene now has company in the backfield -- including Joe McKnight, who was drafted in Round 4 of the NFL Draft. We expect Greene to land around 15 touches per game with goal-line duties. He will lose carries to Tomlinson and McKnight, and the Jets might throw a smidge more than last season with the offseason addition of Santonio Holmes, but Greene should still have the chance to shine, especially behind this talented offensive line. We like Greene as a No. 2 Fantasy RB worth a pick in Round 3 or Round 4 in all leagues. We expect big things from Greene in his second year in the NFL. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 232 1,029 10 109 541 2

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 8 68 0 0 0 0

FL 3 3

Lynell Hamilton, NO

Fantasy Points 164 60

Bye: 10

Fantasy Points 33 3

Lynell Hamilton is out for the season after tearing his right ACL in a mid-August practice. Since he won't play this season, owners can safely pass on him in drafts. Do not draft him.

Bye: 9

Year 2010 (proj) 2009

Frank Gore continues to be one of the best Fantasy running backs available, and he should be considered a first-round pick in all leagues. Gore has at least 1,400 total yards in each of the past four seasons, and in 2009 he set a new career-high with 10 rushing touchdowns (and 13 overall). He's a great receiver out of the backfield with more than 50 catches in three of the past four years, and he's a rare RB who still continues to get the majority of touches out of the backfield. He will lose a few carries to Glen Coffee and rookie Anthony Dixon, but Gore is a standout RB. He did miss two games last year with an ankle injury and has missed five games in the past three seasons, but he's also averaged 233 carries a year for his career. We see Gore going toward the end of the first round in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Ryan Grant, GB

Fantasy Points 209 226 184

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 0 0 0 35 125 2

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 5 48 0

FL 0 0

Montario Hardesty, CLE

Fantasy Points 0 28

Bye: 8

The Browns traded back into Round 2 to select Tennessee RB Montario Hardesty, and speculation is already rampant that he'll vie for the starting job and the lion's share of the carries with Jerome Harrison this summer. Hardesty overcame multiple injuries in college including a torn ACL in 2006 and a stress fracture in 2008 to finish his career as a Volunteer with 1,308 rushing yards as a senior. Though Hardesty's injury-plagued past is an obvious concern, the upside this Jamal Lewis-clone brings as the Browns' potential running downs back and goal-line fixture will draw plenty of attention. He's a mid-round pick to target as a No. 3 RB candidate, about the same spot Harrison should go in drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 160 667 3

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 9 59 0

FL 2

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Fantasy Points 87


Jerome Harrison, CLE

Bye: 8

Jerome Harrison has seen the Browns add two running backs to the team this offseason while getting passed over as a restricted free agent. That's not what many Fantasy owners anticipated following his incredible three-game explosion to end 2009. Save for a Week 4 explosion against the Bengals, Harrison was a non-factor last season until posting the third-best rushing total in a single game in Week 15 against the Chiefs with 286 yards. He followed that up with 148 yards against the Raiders and then finished the year with 127 yards against the Jaguars, scoring at least one time and putting up at least 33 carries in each of those games. Harrison had 561 of his 862 rushing yards and five of his seven total touchdowns in those last three contests. But with rookie Montario Hardesty and third-year rusher Peyton Hillis now part of the running backs corps -- a trio that will share the ball according to head coach Eric Mangini -Harrison's opportunities will be limited. He's now worth taking with a mid-round pick as nothing better than a top-end No. 3 Fantasy RB, right around the same status we view Hardesty as. Be careful not to overvalue Harrison in Fantasy drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 203 811 4 194 862 5 34 246 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 33 217 2 34 220 2 12 116 1

FL 2 2 0

Tim Hightower, ARI

Fantasy Points 135 146 47

Bye: 6

Tim Hightower is expected to split reps in Arizona with Beanie Wells, playing a prominent role for the Cardinals. In two years, Hightower has 18 touchdowns and he seems to find ways to produce even when his touches are limited (only 143 carries in each of his two years in the NFL). He's also a proven receiver out of the backfield with 63 catches for 428 yards last year, and his main role this season will likely be on third downs and in short-yardage/goal-line situations while Wells handles the majority of duties on running downs. Hightower might not be the hottest name in the world but he is worth a middleround pick in all leagues and can go higher in PPR formats thanks to his touchdown potential. The addition of left guard Alan Faneca in late April will help his cause, and Hightower also could be motivated since he's entering a potential contract year. And it's not a bad idea to consider Hightower as a handcuff option for Wells, though that would mean spending two of your first seven, eight or nine picks on two rushers for the same team. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 171 663 7 143 598 8 143 399 10

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 31 256 0 63 428 0 33 230 0

FL 0 4 0

Peyton Hillis, CLE

Fantasy Points 119 141 122

Bye: 8

Peyton Hillis joins the Browns after he was traded from Denver in the offseason as part of the Brady Quinn deal. The expectation is that the Browns will utilize Hillis for his good receiving skills and inside running ability, though with the addition of Montario Hardesty along with Jerome Harrison combining to maintain the majority of the rushing duties, Hillis might land about five touches on average per week. Until he finds relevant playing time, you can pass on keeping Hillis on your roster this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 21 91 1 13 54 1 68 343 5

Brandon Jackson, GB

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 21 151 2 4 19 0 14 179 1

FL 0 1 0

Fantasy Points 42 10 87

Bye: 10

Packers backup running back Brandon Jackson took a step back in 2009, rushing just 37 times for 111 yards (3.0 avg.) with two scores over 12 games. He added more as a receiver with 21 grabs for 187 yards and a score. Jackson underwhelmed to the point that the Packers brought back veteran rusher Ahman Green to help Ryan Grant with the workload down the stretch. Jackson

is only useful as an insurance policy for those owners who draft Grant with a first-round pick, and that's only if Jackson is the best backup option on the team come training camp. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 31 131 1 37 111 2 45 248 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 20 149 0 21 187 1 30 185 0

FL 0 0 0

Fred Jackson, BUF

Fantasy Points 34 49 48

Bye: 6

Fred Jackson is expected to serve as the Bills' primary running back this season, but a broken hand suffered in the preseason could force him out for a game or two to start the year. Jackson was a bright spot for the Bills offense in 2009, leading the team in rushing with 237 carries for 1,062 yards (4.5 avg.) with two touchdowns. He was also second on the team in receptions with 46, adding 371 yards and two touchdowns with two lost fumbles. But with the hand injury sidelining him for much of August, and with rookie C.J. Spiller another player to share the ball with, Jackson might best be considered a guy to target with a middle- to late-round pick and sit on until he's in game shape and his hand is healed. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 177 734 4 238 1,062 2 129 560 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 21 177 1 46 371 2 37 317 0

FL 2 2 1

Steven Jackson, STL

Fantasy Points 102 170 103

Bye: 9

Steven Jackson is expecting big things for himself this season. In an interview with CBSSports.com in February, Jackson said "I believe that stat-wise I will have my most impressive season that I've ever had, including 2006." To refresh your memory, Jackson had more than 2,300 total yards and 16 touchdowns that season. Jackson also is coming off a great year in 2009 with more than 1,700 total yards and four touchdowns, and he's clearly the best player for the Rams. Unfortunately, opposing defenses know that as well, which is why Jackson has a big target on his back. And that back happens to be a troubled area for Jackson -- he had surgery on it in April to relieve a herniated disc. We expect him to be ready for camp, and we like Jackson as a No. 1 Fantasy RB. He's worth a pick toward the end of Round 1 or beginning of Round 2 on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 265 1,201 6 325 1,424 4 254 1,043 7

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 43 313 1 50 314 0 40 379 1

FL 2 2 3

Brandon Jacobs, NYG

Fantasy Points 191 193 183

Bye: 8

Brandon Jacobs is expected to be fine after offseason knee surgery, but he has a lot to prove to Fantasy owners this year. Jacobs was a huge disappointment in 2009 with 224 carries for 835 yards (3.7 yards per carry) and five touchdowns. He snapped a two-year streak of rushing for at least 1,000 yards and had his lowest rushing average since his rookie season in 2005. Jacobs has the potential for a rebound year since he'll only be 28, and the Giants will look to keep him fresh in tandem with Ahmad Bradshaw. Jacobs is still the workhorse of this backfield, and he also is the goal-line back, so that should give him the chance to run for 1,000 yards and reach double digits in touchdowns. But based on what we saw last year from Jacobs (and Bradshaw), and with the Giants possibly becoming a passing team with all their talent at wide receiver, Jacobs should now be considered a No. 3 Fantasy RB. Don't reach for Jacobs until Round 5 at the earliest since he's no lock to see a ton of work or stay healthy for the course of the year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 211 871 7 224 835 5 219 1,089 15

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 17 127 1 18 184 1 6 36 0

FL 2 1 1

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Fantasy Points 144 135 199


Chris Jennings, CLE

Bye: 8

Chris Jennings will look to play a role for the Browns' RB corps this season. But the Browns' RB corps was such a mess last season that following a 20-carry, 73-yard, one-touchdown performance against the Steelers in Week 14 it was believed that Jennings was the team's back of the future. But the following week Jennings saw teammate Jerome Harrison rip up the Chiefs for an alltime, third-best 286 yards rushing. Jennings wound up with 220 yards rushing with the one score and another 56 yards receiving. He'll battle for a spot along the Browns' RB depth chart this summer behind Harrison with James Davis, but he's not expected to produce significant stats. He's nothing more than a late-round flier in the deepest of leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 12 45 0 63 220 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 9 56 0

FL 0 0

Rashad Jennings, JAC

Fantasy Points 5 33

Bye: 9

Rashad Jennings will likely battle 2010 rookie RB Deji Karim to back up Maurice Jones-Drew in the Jaguars' backfield. Last year Jennings played sparingly with 202 yards on 39 carries (5.2 avg.) with one touchdown. He also caught 16 balls for 101 yards. He'll get a couple of touches each week but serves Fantasy owners as nothing more than an insurance policy for those who take Jones-Drew with an early-round pick -- assuming he beats out Karim. Consider him late in drafts, if at all. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 55 246 1 39 202 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 11 66 0 16 101 0

FL 0 0

Chris Johnson, TEN

Fantasy Points 37 36

Bye: 9

By the time you finish reading this sentence, Chris Johnson could have ran for a 99-yard touchdown. He's a fast man, and it's that blazing speed that makes him a statistical dream come true for Fantasy owners. You know his stats from last year: 2,006 rush yards, 503 receiving yards, a sick 5.6 rushing average over 358 carries and 16 total touchdowns with just three fumbles lost. Can he match those numbers again in 2010? It will be difficult: The five previous running backs to rush for 2,000 yards have fallen off the following season (Eric Dickerson, Jamal Lewis, Barry Sanders, Terrell Davis and O.J. Simpson). But Johnson, who will turn 25 years old just after the start of the season, has youth on his side along with a coaching staff that will lean on him so long as he stays productive and a tremendous offensive line. With at least 100 total yards in all but three games last season and an 11-game streak of 100-yard rushing performances still active, you can expect him to start and get close to 20 touches a game. In Fantasy Football these days, you should take that all day from a running back. Johnson is well worth taking as the No. 1 overall pick in all Fantasy drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 293 1,379 13 358 2,006 14 251 1,228 9

Larry Johnson, WAS

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 43 360 2 50 503 2 43 260 1

FL 1 3 1

Fantasy Points 262 342 206

Bye: 9

Larry Johnson is trying to resurrect his career with the Redskins this season after he was signed to a three-year deal in March. Johnson, 30, will likely be the No. 2 RB in Washington behind starter Clinton Portis, although Johnson could push Portis for the starter's role in training camp. Johnson himself will be pushed for the No. 2 spot by Willie Parker, who is also in the mix in Washington. Johnson had a disappointing season in 2009 after struggling to start the year in Kansas City and then not doing much once he joined the Bengals. While Johnson could do well under new Redskins coach Mike Shanahan -- he has coached 11 individual 1,000-yard rushing seasons in

Denver from 1995-2008 -- Portis is still expected to get the majority of touches. We're not worried about Parker taking reps from Johnson, but keep in mind that the reps will be limited all the way around in Washington. Based on that, Johnson's age and rapid decline in production, he should only be viewed as a late-round pick on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 134 517 5 178 562 0 193 874 5

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 13 74 0 15 80 0 12 74 0

FL 1 1 1

Felix Jones, DAL

Fantasy Points 87 62 128

Bye: 4

Felix Jones could be in line for a big season if he can stay healthy and prove to the Cowboys he's ready to share the load with Marion Barber. Jones played well last season, including the playoffs, when he led Dallas with 217 rushing yards and a touchdown and 52 receiving yards in two postseason games. For the season, Jones had 685 rushing yards and three touchdowns and 19 catches for 119 yards, but he was marred by injuries for the second year in a row. Barber continues to struggle with poor production and injuries also, so Jones could see a bigger role in the offense, including as a receiver. Tashard Choice will also get his share of carries, but Jones should be considered a sleeper because of his high yardage potential and his fabulous offseason which included him adding muscle and improving his receiving skills. He is worth drafting as a low-end No. 2/top-end No. 3 Fantasy RB with a pick between Rounds 6 and 8, but don't be surprised if he ends up starting for you for several weeks in the season. We like Jones' upside this year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 168 837 4 116 685 3 30 266 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 19 155 0 19 119 0 2 10 0

FL 2 2 0

Julius Jones, SEA

Fantasy Points 119 93 45

Bye: 5

Julius Jones will likely share carries with Justin Forsett and Leon Washington this year. Forsett is the likely starter with Washington expected to see time on passing downs, but Jones should be the No. 3 RB this season. He isn't going to be a big factor for the Seahawks this year, but Jones is worth drafting with a late-round pick in deeper leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 161 616 2 177 663 2 158 698 2

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 12 68 0 35 232 2 14 66 0

FL 2 0 2

Thomas Jones, KC

Fantasy Points 76 113 83

Bye: 4

Thomas Jones has signed with Kansas City this offseason, agreeing to a twoyear deal worth $5 million. Jones, who will be 32 when the season starts, is expected to share carries with Jamaal Charles. We see the team using both running backs as an even split, but Jones will likely get the short-yardage and goal-line carries based on his bigger body compared to Charles. Last year, Jones had a career year with 331 carries for 1,402 yards (4.2 yards per carry) and 14 rushing touchdowns. He also added 10 catches for 58 yards. But he has started to reach the benchmarks we use to determine when a running back might break down, and so we're hesitant to consider him anything more than a No. 3 Fantasy RB heading into 2010. His value could improve based on his role with the Chiefs, but remember Charles is a talented RB and the future in Kansas City. The Chiefs also drafted WR Dexter McCluster, who could see some carries out of the backfield. And the Chiefs offensive line is far what Jones ran behind in New York. That lowers the value for Jones heading into this season, and it's why you should draft him with a mid-round pick at the earliest in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 167 682 5 332 1,402 14 290 1,312 13

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 15 99 0 10 58 0 36 207 2

FL 1 0 1

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Fantasy Points 106 229 239


Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC

Bye: 9

Looking for sure things? You've come to the right place as Maurice JonesDrew has been a Fantasy sensation over his entire career. Landing the starter's role in 2009 – and the carries that come with it – MJD totaled 1,391 yards on a whopping 312 carries (4.5 avg.) with 15 touchdowns, adding 374 receiving yards on 53 catches with another score. And over his 365 touches, Jones-Drew fumbled the ball away once. Jones-Drew has a consistent track record (over 1,100 total yards and at least nine total touchdowns in every season) and has never missed a game due to injury. There aren't many Fantasy running backs as consistent as Jones-Drew, making him a no-brainer No. 1 Fantasy RB well worth a Top-5 overall pick in standard formats and a potential No. 1 overall pick in leagues where receptions count. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 278 1,223 11 312 1,391 15 197 824 12

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 48 385 2 53 374 1 62 565 2

FL 2 1 3

Brian Leonard, CIN

Fantasy Points 235 270 216

Bye: 6

Brian Leonard has a chance to continue his role with the Bengals this season. But his contributions to the Bengals in 2009 were larger to the team than they were to Fantasy owners. Never scoring more than three points per week in standard formats, Leonard amassed 84 rush yards and 217 receiving yards on 30 grabs. He's expected to retain his third-down role with the Bengals in 2010, so don't expect a huge uptick in stats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 19 66 0 27 84 0 2 7 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 19 134 0 30 217 0 0 0 0

FL 0 1 0

Fantasy Points 20 29 0

Laurence Maroney, NE

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 94 356 3 120 450 2 251 1,047 8

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 10 86 0 14 99 0 0 0 0

FL 2 4 0

Ryan Mathews, SD

Fantasy Points 89 130 9

Bye: 10

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 252 1,084 6

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 28 191 1

FL 3

Fantasy Points 164

Bye: 6

Marshawn Lynch will try to get his career back on track after a disappointing 2009 season, but he has plenty of company in the backfield in Buffalo. Last year, Lynch was suspended for the first three games of the season after violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. He never seemed to get going when he returned in Week 4 and was outplayed by teammate Fred Jackson. In his first two seasons, Lynch ran for 2,151 yards and 15 touchdowns and had 65 catches for 484 yards and a touchdown. He will look to regain that form this year, but he almost certainly will share carries with Jackson and rookie RB C.J. Spiller. New coach Chan Gailey will have to figure out how to use all three running backs, and a sprained ankle suffered by Lynch in the team's first preseason game doesn't help his cause. We think Jackson has more value than Lynch, but Lynch could regain his pre-2009 form with Spiller working more as a receiver and in the return game. Consider Lynch a reserve RB worth a late-round pick and keep an eye on how he's used during training camp to see if he remains a prominent part of the backfield rotation. He could end up being a steal if you draft him in the later rounds. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 162 657 5 194 757 9 28 93 0

The Chargers moved up in the NFL Draft to take RB Ryan Mathews from Fresno State at No. 12 overall, and he's considered the successor to LaDainian Tomlinson, who was released in February. Mathews, the nation's leading rusher at 150.7 yards per game in college, a 218-pounder who scored 19 touchdowns last season, will share carries with Darren Sproles, but Sproles is better suited as a change-of-pace RB and receiver out of the backfield. Mathews will get goal-line work and should be considered a low-end No. 2 Fantasy RB worth a mid-round pick in seasonal leagues. In rookie-only drafts, Mathews is worth a first-round pick, and he should be drafted high in keeper formats as well. Year 2010 (proj)

Marshawn Lynch, BUF

Bye: 5

Laurence Maroney had a resurgent year with the Patriots in 2009. After missing most of the 2008 season with a shoulder injury, Maroney came back with 194 carries for 757 yards (3.9 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns with 14 catches for 99 yards. But he also lost four fumbles. There was a time in 2009 when Maroney was among the best Fantasy running backs with seven games with double figures in Fantasy points in nine games. He will enter this season in a contract year, but he will likely compete for carries again on a weekly basis with the rest of the Patriots' running backs. But Maroney showed he is worth a mid-round pick as at least a No. 3 Fantasy RB based on how he played last season. If Bill Belichick continues to show faith in Maroney, then he can have plenty of value in all leagues.

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 5 32 0 28 179 0 47 300 1

FL 0 1 1

Fantasy Points 57 72 186

LeSean McCoy, PHI

Bye: 8

LeSean McCoy will be the starter for the Eagles this season with Brian Westbrook no longer with the team after he was released. McCoy played well as a rookie in 2009 with 637 rushing yards and four touchdowns and 40 catches for 308 yards. McCoy showed he could handle the starting job last year with four games with double digits in Fantasy points in the first five games after Westbrook first got hurt. McCoy should be considered a solid No. 2 Fantasy RB worth a pick beginning at the end of Round 2 or beginning of Round 3. There is some downside to McCoy since Mike Bell was added to the roster, and Leonard Weaver will also get carries. But McCoy will get the majority of touches for the Eagles and has plenty of upside this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 231 952 4 155 637 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 41 268 2 40 308 0

FL 3 1

Darren McFadden, OAK

Fantasy Points 152 117

Bye: 10

Darren McFadden will enter his third year in the NFL trying to live up to lofty expectations. In his first two years, McFadden was hindered by injuries and inconsistent play. He took a step back in 2009 as his production decreased in every statistical category. He only appeared in 12 games due to a knee injury and finished with 104 carries for 357 yards (3.4 yards per carry) and one touchdown and caught 21 passes for 245 yards with three lost fumbles. McFadden is expected to split reps with teammate Michael Bush this season after the release of veteran Justin Fargas, but owners can't be excited about the former Arkansas Razorback after two years of disappointing play. We consider him a No. 3 Fantasy RB worth a pick between Rounds 7 and 8. Hopefully this is the year he can stay healthy and dominate, but don't reach for him with a high draft pick anymore. Let him fall to you in the middle of your draft and wait to see if this can be his breakout year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 134 509 2 104 356 1 113 499 4

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 31 282 3 21 245 0 29 285 0

FL 2 3 1

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Fantasy Points 89 59 99


Willis McGahee, BAL

Bye: 8

Willis McGahee put concerns about his production to rest in 2009 when he emerged as a goal-line stud for the Ravens. He led the team with 12 rushing touchdowns and kicked in two receiving touchdowns to boot, carrying him to Top-24 Fantasy RB status in standard formats. He also caught 15 passes for 85 yards and rushed for 544 yards on 109 carries (an improbable career-best 5.0 avg.), though he only topped 10 carries in six games and 50 rushing yards in five games because Ray Rice was the primary rusher. There was some concern that his 2009 salary of $3.6 million would cost him a roster spot with the Ravens, but the team is reportedly willing to pay it to keep him in the offense. He's obviously a fantastic insurance policy for those owners who spend their top pick on Rice, but he's also worth a look as a solid reserve and one-week replacement during the year for your other starters. Expect McGahee to be picked with a middle- to late-round pick but potentially deliver beyond others taken in that area. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 133 580 6 109 544 12 170 671 7

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 16 108 0 15 85 2 24 173 0

FL 1 1 3

Fantasy Points 103 144 120

Knowshon Moreno, DEN

Bye: 9

Knowshon Moreno should take on more of a workload in his sophomore season after he had a standout rookie campaign -- if an early training camp hamstring injury doesn't derail his season first. He didn't rush for 100 yards in any game in 2009, but he did have double digits in Fantasy points in five games while gaining 947 rushing yards on 247 carries (3.8 yards per carry) and five touchdowns. He also added 28 catches for 213 yards and two touchdowns with four lost fumbles. Moreno won't have to worry about sharing carries in 2010 the way he did last year with Correll Buckhalter since he will be the No. 1 option in Denver, but without Brandon Marshall to thin the safeties from the line of scrimmage, the going could get tougher for Moreno. Injuries, like the hamstring ailment that hurt him on the first day of training camp, won't help his plight either. We like him as a good No. 2 Fantasy RB worth drafting between late Round 2 and late Round 3 in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 237 954 4 247 947 7

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 30 208 2 28 213 2

FL 1 4

Maurice Morris, DET Rashard Mendenhall, PIT

Bye: 5

Fantasy owners are looking for Rashard Mendenhall to keep thrashing opponents just as he did last season. After getting benched for poor practice habits, Mendenhall was fired up and steamrolled the Chargers for 165 yards and two touchdowns. He never looked back as he totaled 1,108 yards on 242 carries (4.6 avg.) with seven scores, adding 25 receptions for 261 yards (10.4 avg.) with another score. From Week 4 through the end of the season, Mendenhall totaled 100 yards and/or scored in 10 of 12 games, an incredible feat. There's a lot to like here as Mendenhall doesn't have much competition for playing time at this point and has only 261 career carries. He could also be asked to carry the ball more to start the season with Ben Roethlisberger suspended for the first six games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. The addition of another back to help him with the workload is also a floating concern. But heading into the season Mendenhall should be viewed as a No. 1 Fantasy rusher worth a pick among the Top 15 overall selections. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 274 1,164 7 242 1,108 7 19 58 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 28 235 0 25 261 1 2 17 0

FL 2 3 0

Fantasy Points 178 178 6

Ryan Moats, FA Ryan Moats was expected to battle for the third-string RB spot in Minnesota behind Adrian Peterson and Toby Gerhart, but he clearly wasn't impressing enough in camp to stick around once a roster spot was needed and the Vikings released him in mid-August. Moats is likely to end up on another NFL squad, maybe even back with his former Houston teammates, but unless he somehow stumbles into getting more touches than expected, he will remain pretty much a non-factor in Fantasy play heading into 2010. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 0 0 0 101 390 4 26 94 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 13 106 1 3 14 0

FL 0 2 0

Mewelde Moore, PIT

Fantasy Points 0 75 16

Bye: 7

Lions RB Maurice Morris is expected to serve in a reserve role this season following the drafting of RB Jahvid Best in April's draft. When last year's starter, Kevin Smith, was out late in the year, Morris did his best to replace him. In three starts to end the season Morris had 51 carries for 228 yards and a score with 14 catches for 105 yards. No surprise, it's that late-season push that made Morris' 2009 totals decent as he ended up with 384 yards with two scores and 26 catches for 210 yards. Morris won't see much playing time in Detroit now that he's behind two backs on paper, so keep him out of your Fantasy plans. If he regains some regular reps, he'd be a consideration as a one-week replacement option. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 54 213 0 93 384 2 132 574 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 6 50 0 26 210 0 19 136 2

FL 0 0 1

Sammy Morris, NE

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 39 148 0 35 118 0 140 588 5

Bye: 5

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 71 281 2 73 319 2 156 727 7

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 7 63 0 19 180 0 17 161 0

FL 0 1 1

Bye: 5

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 21 156 1 21 153 2 40 320 1

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 26 73 80

Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light said in an interview with CBSSports.com in February that he thought Sammy Morris was the best running back in New England. He wasn't overlooking the rest of the Patriots' running backs, but Light said Morris had the ability to do it all as a runner, receiver and blocker. The biggest problem for Morris is staying healthy. He missed four games and part of others with various ailments, and he hasn't played a full season since 2005. Morris will be 33 this season and in a contract year, but he will again share carries with the aforementioned running backs. He's still capable of producing quality stats -- he had 73 carries for 319 yards and two touchdowns and caught 19 passes for 180 yards with two fumbles last year -- but it depends on his health and amount of touches. We view Morris as a No. 4 Fantasy RB worth a late-round pick in all leagues.

Mewelde Moore is expected to resume his role as the third-down back for the Steelers in 2010. He might see an uptick in work with Willie Parker gone in Pittsburgh, though the team could always add another back. Moore's numbers were a bit disappointing last season (118 rush yards, 153 receiving yards, two touchdowns), but expectations weren't that high for him anyway. Even though he's in a contract year, he's nothing more than a low-end one-week replacement option for owners to check out in PPR formats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Fantasy Points 150 161

Fantasy Points 36 44 126

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Fantasy Points 46 59 128


Jerious Norwood, ATL

Bye: 8

Jerious Norwood's future is up in the air after his worst season statistically, gaining 252 yards on 76 carries (a hideous 3.3 yards per rush, nearly two yards shy of his previous career-low) with 19 catches for 186 yards (9.8 avg.) and one receiving touchdown. A right hip flexor injury robbed him of six games during the season, but he was equally ineffective before the injury and after. Norwood is a restricted free agent this offseason, so there's a chance he could switch teams, but he's pegged into a third-down role and doesn't seem like a candidate to have even 15 touches a game on a regular basis. Don't count on Norwood as anything more than a low-end Fantasy reserve in 2010, and that's the case even if he stays in Atlanta. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 55 268 0 76 252 0 94 489 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 20 194 1 19 186 1 36 338 2

FL 0 1 1

Willie Parker, WAS

Fantasy Points 52 47 115

Bye: 9

Willie Parker signed with the Redskins in early April and will attempt to land some playing time alongside (or behind) Clinton Portis and Larry Johnson this summer. Parker got hurt early in 2009 with the Steelers and played Wally Pipp to Rashard Mendenhall's Lou Gehrig, losing his grip on his playing time. He finished with 389 yards on 98 carries (4.0 avg.) with no rushing touchdowns though he did score through the air once (six catches for 64 yards). Injuries have really hampered Parker, who will be 29 when the season starts but came into the league when he was 25 so he doesn't have the "mileage" a running back at 29 typically has. We suspect that Parker will land a limited role with Washington and ultimately be nothing more than a reserve option possibly worth a late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 34 124 0 98 389 0 209 789 5

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 7 47 0 6 64 1 4 15 0

FL 1 1 0

Adrian Peterson, MIN

Fantasy Points 15 48 109

Bye: 4

There's no denying that Adrian Peterson is still one of the best running backs in Fantasy Football, but he's no longer the consensus top pick. Topping 300 carries for the second season in a row, Peterson racked up 1,383 yards on 314 carries (4.4 avg.) with 18 touchdowns. He also set career-bests with 43 catches for 436 yards (10.1 avg.). His 357 total touches is still off what he had last year, but wear and tear on Peterson could become a problem, combined with an alarming fumbling problem. Peterson had six fumbles lost during the regular season and also coughed up the ball twice more in the postseason, though the Vikings recovered those fumbles. While Peterson's fumble potential is a strike against him, Peterson's touchdown totals and his overall ability make him a no-doubt No. 1 Fantasy rusher heading into the summer and a Top 3 overall pick. He's still among the best players at his position. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 321 1,366 13 315 1,389 18 364 1,757 10

Clinton Portis, WAS

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 49 331 1 43 436 0 21 125 0

FL 4 6 4

Fantasy Points 230 277 239

Bye: 9

Clinton Portis is hoping for a big season in 2010 now that he is being reunited with former coach Mike Shanahan, but he's unlikely to see as much work now as he did in his first go-round with Shanahan. When both were in Denver in 2002-03 before Portis was traded to Washington, Portis had 1,500 rushing yards in each season with 29 touchdowns. But he was a ball hog then as the Broncos couldn't get enough of his productivity; now he'll have to fend off Larry Johnson and Willie Parker, the Redskins' offseason additions, for reps. Portis, who will be 28 when the season starts, is coming off an injury-riddled year in 2009 (he only played in eight games due to a concussion) and was limited to a career-low 494 rushing yards and one touchdown. Portis now has some sleeper potential since he will fall in drafts due to his perceived lack of youth, but he still has the upside to be a solid No. 2 Fantasy RB. Johnson and Parker are expected to eat into his playing time, and Portis isn't entirely the RB he was in Denver, but Shanahan's influence and track record with running backs is relevant since he has coached 11 individual 1,000-yards rushing seasons in

Denver from 1995-2008. If Portis can stay healthy then he should post quality stats (he had at least 1,500 total yards and 20 touchdowns in 2007-08), and he's worth drafting beginning in Round 3 and as late as Round 4 this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 227 945 6 124 494 1 342 1,487 9

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 14 117 0 9 57 1 28 218 0

FL 1 1 3

Ray Rice, BAL

Fantasy Points 140 64 217

Bye: 8

Ray Rice told CBSSports.com after the season that his goal for 2009 was to prove that he belonged in the NFL. Did he ever – Rice totaled 1,339 rushing yards on 254 carries (5.3 avg.) with seven touchdowns and 702 yards receiving on 78 catches (9.0 avg.) and another score. That's a total of 2,041 yards on 332 touches, and he had just three fumbles lost. He added two more touchdowns in the postseason with 226 rushing yards and 60 receiving yards. Considering that he shared the ball with Willis McGahee for much of the season, especially inside the 5-yard line, Rice's totals are outstanding. The Ravens are expected to continue splitting reps between Rice and McGahee, and many owners are concerned that an improved receiving corps could take receiving totals away from Rice, but the reality is that the rusher is the only guy on the team with 20-touch potential from week to week. He's a cinch as a No. 1 Fantasy RB likely going somewhere between fourth and sixth overall in all leagues this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 252 1,226 7 254 1,339 7 107 454 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 43 380 2 78 702 1 33 273 0

FL 2 3 1

Javon Ringer, TEN

Fantasy Points 211 245 70

Bye: 9

Titans RB Javon Ringer didn't get much work as a rookie in 2009, but that could start to change in 2010. After being inactive for more games (nine) than carries given when active (eight), Ringer could push for the primary backup job behind Chris Johnson in camp this summer. If it happens, Ringer would be a reliable insurance policy for those owners who take Johnson with a first-round pick. Consider him late in deeper drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 56 238 1 8 48 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 6 42 0 0 0 0

FL 0 0

Bernard Scott, CIN

Fantasy Points 34 4

Bye: 6

Bernard Scott is looking to build off his rookie year in 2010. Scott saw action in three games last season in place of Bengals starting RB Cedric Benson and did well when given the reps. Otherwise, his reps were minimal, and he didn't have much time with the ball other than on special teams. He totaled 321 yards on 74 carries (4.3 avg.) with 67 more yards on five catches. But he dazzled on kickoffs, averaging 31.5 yards over 16 returns with a touchdown. Scott's role in 2010 will be as a backup to Benson. Think late-round pick on Scott if you draft Benson since Scott proved he's a solid handcuff option in case Benson gets hurt. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 104 402 1 74 321 0

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 9 72 0 5 67 0

FL 0 0

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Fantasy Points 53 38


Steve Slaton, HOU

Bye: 7

Steve Slaton has a chance to be a fairly reliable Fantasy reserve running back this season. Though he's no lock to land the starting job or even earn the lion's share of playing time, Slaton should work as at least a third-down back and in other passing situations. A season-ending injury to rookie RB Ben Tate also should open the door for Slaton to put in a little more work, though Arian Foster is expected to start and hold Slaton back some. He was a good receiver out of the backfield in 2009, nailing down 44 catches for 417 yards and four touchdowns, and that's something he should continue to do in 2010 provided that he's healthy. Plan on drafting Slaton with a middle- to late-round pick, and he should still be considered a reserve Fantasy RB. In leagues where receptions count, Slaton's value is higher since that's the role he'll play in Houston this year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 148 579 2 131 437 3 268 1,282 9

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 34 268 3 44 417 4 50 377 1

FL 3 5 2

Kevin Smith, DET

Fantasy Points 109 116 221

Bye: 7

The 2009 season was not kind to Lions second-year RB Kevin Smith. After struggling to post meaningful stats from week to week, Smith tore a knee ligament in Week 14 and was placed on injured reserve. But he has worked hard this offseason to rehab his knee and he started training camp on-time and not on the PUP list. But he has company in the backfield with rookie Jahvid Best, who the Lions drafted with a first-round pick. A promising rookie in 2008, Smith totaled 747 yards on 217 carries (3.4 avg.) with four rushing touchdowns in 2009, adding 415 yards on 41 catches and a score. All signs point to Best and Smith working in tandem this season, effectively limiting both backs. Best has more upside because he's healthier and should play a little bit more. Smith is a nice reserve option, but that's about it. Consider him with a late-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 159 607 3 217 747 4 239 975 8

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 23 167 1 40 409 1 39 286 0

FL 1 2 1

Fantasy Points 99 140 171

C.J. Spiller, BUF

Bye: 6

The Bills swiped RB C.J. Spiller with their top pick in April's draft, and all signs point to him working in a versatile role a la Reggie Bush. That should yield a decent amount of work each week, but not the kind of cumulative touches you'd expect from your typical running back. There's no doubt he's talented: He's one of two players in college football history with 3,000 rushing yards, 1,500 kickoff-return yards, 1,000 receiving yards, and 500 punt-return yards (Reggie Bush). Last year he paced Clemson with 1,212 yards and twelve scores on 216 carries (5.61 avg.), adding 503 yards with four touchdowns on 36 catches. But with a terrible offense around him, he's going to attract plenty of defensive attention. We like Ryan Mathews of the Chargers better as far as rookies go. We consider Spiller a No. 3 Fantasy RB who might get picked earlier than he should be just because of what he did in college and on highlight reels. We wouldn't touch him until at least Round 6 and possibly as late as Round 8. Year 2010 (proj)

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 182 858 3

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 32 282 2

FL 4

Darren Sproles, SD

Fantasy Points 136

Bye: 10

Darren Sproles is back with the Chargers this season after signing a $7 millionplus deal for 2010 as a restricted free agent. But he has a new backfield mate with the Chargers drafting Ryan Mathews at No. 12 overall in the NFL Draft. Sproles has had few chances to show he can handle carrying the ball on first and second down on a full-time basis (two career games with 20-plus touches). He's not built to be a bruising running back at 5-foot-8, 185 pounds, but he has elusive speed, which the Chargers love. That should result in an increase in playing time, but not enough to make him a dangerous Fantasy option. We like Sproles as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy RB, higher in leagues where receptions count. He's worth a pick as early as Round 8, and he should do well sharing carries with Mathews. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 86 388 2 93 343 3 61 330 1

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 30 248 2 45 497 4 29 342 5

FL 1 1 2

Fantasy Points 86 123 101

Jason Snelling, ATL Bye: 8

Jonathan Stewart, CAR

Jason Snelling had been on our radar since his rookie season, but it took him until 2009 to break out. It will be difficult for him to keep it going in 2010. Seeing lots of playing time in place of Michael Turner in the second half of last season, Snelling finished with 613 rush yards on 142 carries (4.3 avg.) and four touchdowns. He also caught a stunning 30 passes for 259 yards (8.6 avg.) with another score. And he lost only one fumble on the season. Snelling was productive when given the chance, but with Turner coming back healthy for 2010 it's not expected that he'll stay in a prominent role. He's a no-brainer insurance policy for those owners who take Turner with a first-round pick. Think of Snelling as a late-round option at this point.

Jonathan Stewart should be healthy and ready for training camp after having offseason surgery on his foot, which will hopefully correct all the nagging injuries that plagued him during 2009. Expect him to be a candidate for 1,000 total yards and seven touchdowns this season, good enough to make him a middle- to low-end No. 2 Fantasy RB worth a pick between Rounds 5 and 7 in drafts even though he will be sharing carries with DeAngelo Williams once again. Achilles' and toe injuries limited Stewart in practice every week in 2009, but you wouldn't know it by his final numbers. Stewart ended the season with the best rushing totals on the Panthers, gaining 1,133 yards on 221 carries (5.1 avg.) with 10 rushing touchdowns, adding a score through the air with 18 catches for 139 yards (7.7 avg.) and a pair of fumbles lost. Stewart seemed to run hot one week, cold the next and we attributed it to his nagging injuries. But in his final five games – four of which featured him as the starting running back with Williams injured – Stewart racked up 589 yards and five total scores. That's the upside Stewart can bring the Panthers if he ever was able to see 20 touches per game on a weekly basis. But with the reality that Williams will be healthy and back to seeing the lion's share of carries for the Panthers in 2010, Stewart's upside won't be seen as much. Still, you see what he's capable of doing when Williams is out, and we like that kind of upside.

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 94 351 3 142 613 4 15 62 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 7 61 0 30 259 1 8 89 0

FL 0 1 0

Fantasy Points 47 114 14

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 194 921 8 221 1,133 10 183 835 10

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 16 121 0 18 139 1 8 47 0

FL 1 2 1

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Fantasy Points 150 188 145


Ben Tate, HOU

Bye: 7

The Texans took Auburn RB Ben Tate with the 58th overall pick in the NFL draft, moving up in Round 2 to get him. But Tate suffered a "very significant" ankle injury on his second preseason carry and was placed on injured reserve. Tate should be a candidate to factor into the Texans' run game next year when he gets healthy, but he won't help you this year. Ignore him in seasonal leagues but target him with a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and with an early- to middle-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 0 0 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0

FL 0

Fantasy Points 0

RB, not a traditional back like Thomas. The biggest competition for work was Lynell Hamilton, but he tore his ACL in mid-August and is lost for the season. Thomas could be in line for a lot of reps, including at the goal line, making him a very solid No. 2 Fantasy RB. You'll be able to draft Thomas between Rounds 3 and 4. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 204 906 7 147 793 6 129 625 9

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 32 246 2 39 302 2 31 284 3

FL 3 1 1

LaDainian Tomlinson, NYJ Chester Taylor, CHI

Bye: 8

In 2006, Chester Taylor came to the Vikings as a free agent and totaled just over 1,500 yards with six touchdowns as their starting running back. He hopes to come closer to those totals in 2010 with his third team – the Bears – after signing with them in March. Taylor was all right as the secondary running back behind Adrian Peterson, getting 338 yards on 94 carries (3.6 avg.) with a touchdown, adding more as a receiver with 389 yards and a score on 44 catches (8.8 avg.). While he'll be 31 years old just after the start of the 2010 season, he should still have enough gas in the tank to be an effective part-time rusher, which is what the Bears envision seeing as how he has "Marshall Faulk skills" and will work for offensive coordinator Mike Martz. Taylor should see a bump in production and settles in as a decent No. 3 Fantasy RB this season, worth a pick between Rounds 7 and 8. He's got plenty of potential to turn in another solid campaign, but then again, so does the back he'll share reps with: Matt Forte. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 143 563 3 93 332 1 101 399 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 34 270 1 44 389 1 45 399 2

FL 0 0 2

Fred Taylor, NE

Fantasy Points 91 83 116

Bye: 5

Fred Taylor didn't make the splash he was hoping for in his first season with the Patriots in 2009. He only appeared in six games due to an ankle injury, but he was productive when he was on the field. Taylor had 63 carries for 269 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and four touchdowns with two catches for 17 yards and a lost fumble. He will return this season at 34 and in a contract year and will again be part of a rotation with the rest of the Patriots' running backs. Taylor isn't worth drafting in the majority of Fantasy leagues, but he could be worth adding off the waiver wire if he gets enough carries during the year and can string together some productive games. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 137 533 4 63 269 4 143 556 1

Pierre Thomas, NO

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 6 37 0 2 17 0 16 98 0

FL 1 1 1

Fantasy Points 79 49 68

Bye: 10

Saints RB Pierre Thomas didn't live up to expectations set before the 2009 season, but he didn't completely disappoint. Now the door is open for him to be a quality rusher in 2010. Effectively playing in only 13 games, Thomas totaled 793 yards on 147 carries (5.4 avg.) with six touchdowns on the ground. Through the air, Thomas caught a career-best 39 passes for 302 yards (7.7 avg.) and two more touchdowns. Thomas also had a rushing touchdown, two receiving touchdowns, 143 rushing yards and 111 receiving yards in three postseason games. And he lost just one fumble all year. Speaking before the Super Bowl, Thomas told CBSSports.com that while he likes to share the ball, he's also aware that the Saints are "going to bring someone in next year to compete, and I've got to go out there and do what I have to do to stay on this team." Reggie Bush certainly takes touches away, but he's a unique kind of

Fantasy Points 163 155 160

Bye: 7

LaDainian Tomlinson will start a new chapter in his career this season now that he's playing for the New York Jets. Tomlinson, 31, was released by the Chargers in February, but now he goes to a team with arguably the best offensive line in the NFL even with the loss of guard Alan Faneca. He has plenty of company in the backfield with Shonn Greene and rookie Joe McKnight, but Tomlinson will see his share of touches. He will replace the departed Thomas Jones, who signed with Kansas City after running for a career-high 1,402 yards and 14 touchdowns. Tomlinson ran for 730 yards - his first season under 1,000 - on 223 carries for an average of 3.3 yards per carry, all career lows. He scored 12 touchdowns, continuing his streak of double digits in touchdowns every year of his career, but his role was reduced. We see Tomlinson as a low-end No. 2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy RB coming into the season worth a mid-round pick. He's not an elite Fantasy option anymore, but playing behind this offensive line gives him enough potential to still post quality stats even at his age and coming off a disappointing year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 165 671 6 223 730 12 292 1,110 11

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 26 204 1 20 154 0 52 426 1

FL 1 2 0

Michael Turner, ATL

Fantasy Points 128 156 225

Bye: 8

Michael Turner is ready for a rebound season. He was well on his way to having an amazing 2009 when he suffered a high-ankle sprain that he never properly recovered from, disappointing Fantasy owners during the late-season run. His stats were still really good: A season after tallying 394 rushes (including the postseason), Turner put up 871 yards on 178 carries (4.9 avg.) with 10 touchdowns. He also caught five passes for 35 yards and lost two fumbles. He averaged 5.03 yards per carry from Weeks 1 through 10 and had a touchdown and/or 100 rush yards in every game except the season opener before getting hurt. That's what we're looking for from him in 2010. It's possible that the Falcons will try to cut down on his carries, but even if he gets around 250 reps on the season he should be productive. Behind a solid O-line and with a capable passing offense, the sky is the limit for Turner. That's what makes him appealing as a Top-5 Fantasy RB in standard formats, well worth an early first-round pick anywhere from third to sixth overall. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 281 1,310 13 178 871 10 377 1,699 17

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 8 60 0 5 35 0 6 41 0

FL 1 2 2

Derrick Ward, TB

Fantasy Points 213 146 271

Bye: 4

Derrick Ward was a horrible disappointment in 2009 after being a consistent No. 3 Fantasy RB in 2008 and needs to rebound in 2010. Signed by the Bucs, Ward wound up splitting reps in nearly every game for Tampa Bay last year. He finished with just 409 yards on 114 carries (a lowly 3.6 avg.) with one score on the ground. He also had 150 yards and two touchdowns on 20 catches. But the most disappointing stat was that he only topped 10 total touches in half of his games. Ward will remain in the backfield mix this season but enters the offseason decidedly behind Cadillac Williams on the depth chart. He's no better than a late-round pick in drafts this summer as a reserve RB. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 125 484 2 115 414 1 182 1,025 2

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----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 15 124 0 20 150 2 41 384 0

FL 2 0 0

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Fantasy Points 69 74 152


Leon Washington, SEA

Bye: 5

Leon Washington was traded from the Jets to the Seahawks in April and is expected to be ready for training camp after breaking his leg last October. He's likely to earn a similar role to what we saw from him with the Jets so long as he's healthy. Washington is expected to share carries with Justin Forsett and Julius Jones, so while he's capable of being a solid Fantasy contributor, which he showed in 2008 when he had 448 rushing yards and six touchdowns and 47 catches for 355 yards and two more touchdowns, he's probably not going to see many opportunities. Washington will be worth drafting with a late-round pick based on his ability to catch the ball, but he's no more than a Fantasy reserve in the majority of formats. He has slightly more value in leagues where receptions count based on how we anticipate he'll be used -- as long as he's 100 percent recovered from the leg injury. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 72 319 1 71 330 0 76 448 6

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 22 150 2 15 131 0 47 355 2

FL 1 1 2

Leonard Weaver, PHI

Fantasy Points 46 44 125

Bye: 8

Leonard Weaver is the starting FB for the Eagles, but he touches the ball more than the average blocker. In 2009, his first year in Philadelphia, Weaver had a career-high 323 yards rushing, 140 yards receiving and four touchdowns. He is expected to share the ball this season with LeSean McCoy and Mike Bell, but Weaver is clearly the No. 3 option and will likely lose goal-line touches to Bell. Weaver isn't worth drafting in the majority of leagues, but he should definitely be taken with a late-round pick in leagues where you start a FB. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 38 144 1 70 323 2 30 130 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 9 75 1 15 140 2 20 222 2

FL 0 0 1

Beanie Wells, ARI

Fantasy Points 35 70 45

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 216 920 7 176 793 7

Bye: 9

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 32 126 1 64 222 2 200 773 15

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 3 14 0 5 16 0

FL 1 1 1

Cadillac Williams, TB

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 19 196 0 12 143 0

FL 2 2

Brian Westbrook, SF

Bye: 4

Cadillac Williams is looking to pick up where he left off last season. Returning to form in 2009 while playing in 16 games for the first time in his career, Williams totaled 823 rush yards on 211 carries (3.9 avg.) with four touchdowns and 217 yards on 28 catches (7.8 avg.) and three more scores. The 1,040 total yards and career-best seven total touchdowns made for a good year for Williams, but expectations will be higher this season now that he's put two major knee injuries in his rear-view mirror. The Bucs won't dedicate the entire rushing workload to Williams, but after finishing 2009 with back-to-back games with at least 20 carries, odds are he'll be the featured guy in Tampa's backfield (Derrick Ward will pick up some reps). Williams has all sorts of upside and is worth considering as a solid No. 3 Fantasy RB worth a pick between Rounds 6 and 8 in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 223 912 5 209 816 4 63 233 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 25 186 1 29 219 3 7 43 0

FL 2 0 0

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 42 160 0 61 274 1 233 936 9

Fantasy Points 127 144 51

Fantasy Points 134 131

DeAngelo Williams, CAR

Bye: 6

Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams enters this season in a contract year, but he will again share carries with Jonathan Stewart. After an amazing breakout year in 2008, Williams continued to deliver handsome numbers in 2009 until an ankle injury plagued him late in the year and ultimately cost him three games. Sharing the rushing workload with Stewart, Williams had 1,117 yards on 216 carries (a 5.2 avg.) with seven touchdowns and 252 yards on 29 catches (8.7 avg.). Williams had four games with over 100 rushing yards (over 120 rush yards, actually), seven games with 100 total yards and eight games with 100 total yards and/or a touchdown (all came before his ankle injury). Though Stewart wound up with better numbers thanks to a late-season surge, it's clear as day that the Panthers are a running team and that both backs can do well in a given week, especially against bad run defenses. Expect a healthy and reliable Williams to be a fixture in the first 15 picks of every Fantasy draft this summer and wind up as a No. 1 Fantasy rusher. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 259 1,268 7 216 1,117 7 274 1,518 18

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 28 186 1 29 252 0 22 121 2

FL 2 3 0

Bye: 9

Brian Westbrook signed with the 49ers in August, and he will likely be the No. 2 RB in San Francisco behind Frank Gore, though rookie Anthony Dixon could claim that role. Westbrook has the chance to play in passing situations and also help Gore on rushing downs. Westbrook was a star in Philadelphia for eight years before the Eagles released him after an injury-filled 2009. He's no longer a star RB, but he could be useful if the 49ers use him in the right role. We see him as a reserve Fantasy RB with his value slightly higher in leagues where receptions count. At best he's worth a late-round pick on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Fantasy Points 9 33 166

Bye: 6

Are the Cardinals poised to become a running team in 2010? Beanie Wells hopes so entering his sophomore season. Kurt Warner retired following the 2009 season, and the Cardinals also traded Anquan Boldin to Baltimore. That leaves Matt Leinart as the starting QB, and it also deals a strong blow to Arizona's explosive passing game. While we don't expect the Cardinals to abandon throwing the ball, they could lean on Wells and the run game a lot more – something that was reaffirmed when the team signed left guard Alan Faneca in late April. Wells played well as a rookie with 176 carries for 793 yards (4.5 avg.) and seven touchdowns. He also added 12 catches for 143 yards and lost two fumbles. Wells got off to a slow start, but he finished strong with three touchdowns in his final four games. He will continue to share carries with Tim Hightower, but Wells easily has more upside. Though he does have an injury history that is of concern, Fantasy owners should consider Wells as a high-end No. 2 RB worth a pick beginning in Round 3. In deeper formats, he could be selected at the end of Round 2 since he's potentially Arizona's second-best weapon behind Larry Fitzgerald. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

LenDale White, DEN

LenDale White has plenty of football left in his tank at age 25. He rushed for 1,110 yards in 2007, and for 15 touchdowns in 2008, before losing playing time to Chris Johnson in Tennessee in 2009. While his work ethic, body shape and off-field problems have been questioned in the past, he certainly fills a void for the Broncos in the short-term and could end up contributing as part of the Broncos' offense for the year. We'll keep tabs on him, but he can still be an effective short-yardage back and thus be a consideration near the end of Fantasy drafts, especially in touchdown-only leagues. Just keep in mind that he's not going to be helpful for the first four weeks of the season.

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 15 140 1 25 181 1 54 402 5

FL 1 0 1

Fantasy Points 34 57 215

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Fantasy Points 189 174 285


Ricky Williams, MIA

Bye: 5

Ricky Williams turned back the clock in 2009 when he had 241 carries for 1,121 yards (4.7 avg.) and 11 touchdowns with 35 catches for 264 yards and two more scores. He did well replacing an injured Ronnie Brown (foot) and finished the year with double-digit Fantasy points in 10 games -- all at 32 years old. Though he's been hinting at retirement, and though the Dolphins acquired receiver Brandon Marshall, he's expected to share carries with Brown again in 2010 in an offense that will make use of the run game. If Brown is limited with a foot injury he's working his way back from then Williams' Fantasy value will improve heading into the season. But even if Brown is ready for Week 1 as expected, look for Williams to play a significant role. He will continue to get carries and should be considered a No. 3 Fantasy running back worth drafting with a mid-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 136 570 6 241 1,121 11 161 659 4

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 18 126 1 35 264 2 29 219 1

FL 2 2 2

Albert Young, MIN

Fantasy Points 108 212 112

Bye: 4

Vikings youngster Albert Young totaled 53 rush yards on 12 carries in 2009, most of them coming in Week 17 in a blowout win against the Giants. There was talk that Young would back up Adrian Peterson following Chester Taylor's signing with Chicago, but the Vikings drafted Toby Gerhart with a secondround pick. That ended that speculation. Young isn't worth owning in Fantasy play so long as he's without playing time. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------ Rushing -----Att Yds TD 58 249 1 12 53 0 0 0 0

----- Receiving ----Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 31 5 0

Devin Aromashodu, CHI

Miles Austin, DAL

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 81 1,280 9 81 1,320 11 13 278 3

Fantasy Points 182 198 45

FL 0 0 0

Jason Avant, PHI

Bye: 8

Jason Avant returns to the Eagles this season where he will be the No. 3 WR behind DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. Avant had a career-best 41 receptions for 587 yards and three touchdowns last season as Philadelphia's slot receiver. He has 103 catches and eight touchdowns in four seasons. Avant has potential to be a quality Fantasy option, but he's only worth using in deep leagues as a one-week replacement. Ignore him in most formats on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 45 557 3 41 587 3 32 377 2

Fantasy Points 74 78 49

FL 0 0 0

Donnie Avery, STL

Bye: 9

Donnie Avery is entering his third season, which is typically the year when wide receivers have a breakout campaign. This is also the year where the Rams gave him a QB to work with in rookie Sam Bradford, who was drafted at No. 1 overall. But even with that positive outlook, Avery has a lot of work to do. Avery had 47 catches for 589 yards and five touchdowns in 2009 while dealing with Marc Bulger, Kyle Boller and Keith Null at QB, but thanks to his speed he does have potential to do well in the Rams' West Coast offense. We like Avery as a sleeper in deep leagues this season, making him worthy of a late-round pick. ---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 45 556 3 47 589 5 54 684 3

Fantasy Points 72 87 97

FL 2 2 0

Bye: 8

Bears WR Devin Aromashodu was a little-known receiver before breaking out with an eight-catch, 76-yard, one-touchdown effort against the Packers in Week 14. Then he struck again in Week 16, dazzling the Vikings for 150 yards on seven catches with a touchdown. He finished with two touchdowns in Week 17, adding five grabs for 46 yards and finishing what is actually his fourth NFL season strong. In total Aromashodu caught 24 passes for 298 yards (12.4 avg.) with four touchdowns, the second-most of any Bears wide receiver. Aromashodu is expected to compete for a starting job next season, but he's already a leg up on the competition because QB Jay Cutler has sung his praises and wants to connect with the 6-foot-2 receiver in the future. The addition of Mike Martz as offensive coordinator will only help the team's passing game. Aromashodu is worth drafting late on the hopes that he sticks in the Bears offense and works enough to have a shot at posting over 800 yards in 2010. It only helps his cause that he'll be a restricted free agent after 2010, giving him even more motivation to play well this season. ---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 48 594 4 24 298 4 0 0 0

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

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Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

week in and week out in 2009. And hopefully, as he said, he continues to improve this year and builds off his breakout season.

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 76 53 0

Bye: 4

Miles Austin is a restricted free agent this offseason, but he's expected to stay with the Cowboys. Austin had a breakout year in 2009 and will look to build on that this season. Austin reached the Pro Bowl last season with 81 catches for 1,320 yards and 11 touchdowns and has become Tony Romo's go-to receiver. He said in an interview with CBSSports.com that he wants to keep improving in 2010. "It's just a lot of work," Austin said. "I've always been trying to get better. It's a lot of work, a lot of practice and a lot of extra stuff. I'm going to continue to try and do it." We like Austin as a No. 1 Fantasy WR in 2010, and he should be drafted somewhere around Round 3 in all leagues. The Cowboys aren't afraid to throw a lot and Romo has plenty of trust in Austin. There is a chance he could just be a one-year wonder, but we don't see it based on his consistency

Arrelious Benn, TB

Bye: 4

The Buccaneers traded up three spots in the second round of the NFL draft and selected Illinois receiver Arrelious Benn with the 39th overall pick. Wide receiver was a priority after the Bucs did not re-sign Antonio Bryant after last season's 3-13 finish. Benn should get an opportunity to play right away for Tampa Bay. Their receiving cupboard was bare before his arrival, so it's not like he's going to waste away on the bench. So long as he has a good camp, Benn will have a shot at posting decent totals, especially for a rookie receiver. He's worth a middle- to late-round pick in seasonal drafts, a middle-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues and a late first-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 35 447 2

Fantasy Points 57

FL 0

Earl Bennett, CHI

Bye: 8

Earl Bennett's second season with the Bears was much better than his rookie campaign. Working with a familiar face in Jay Cutler (they played together in college) and in a more prominent role, Bennett caught 54 passes for 717 yards (13.3 avg.) with two touchdowns, both coming late in the year. Bennett didn't have any 100-yard games but had four-plus receptions six times and at least 50 yards receiving seven times. The addition of Mike Martz as offensive coordinator will only help the team's passing game. Though he won't be mistaken for an elite Fantasy wideout, Bennett is worth owning in deeper PPR leagues as a reserve receiver. And don't forget, he's entering his third season, which is typically the year when receivers have a breakout campaign. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 29 361 3 54 717 2 0 0 0

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Fantasy Points 46 85 0

FL 0 0 0

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Bernard Berrian, MIN

Bye: 4

A torn hamstring got Vikings WR Bernard Berrian off to a slow start to the 2009 season, and as a result he finished with 618 yards on 55 catches (11.2 avg.) with four touchdowns. He also had no 100-yard games. The alarming stat drop is in his receiving average, down from 20.1 a year ago, thanks partly to his hamstring and partly to his role changing since the Vikings saw big production from WRs Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin along with TE Visanthe Shiancoe. But Rice is slated to miss half of the season following late August hip surgery, so Berrian should replace him and be a candidate to put up some really nice stats. We like him as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a pick between Rounds 8 and 9. If you get him, you might want to consider snaking Rice with a pick a couple of rounds later. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 66 908 5 55 618 4 48 964 7

FL 2 0 1

Davone Bess, MIA

Fantasy Points 108 85 138

Bye: 5

The Dolphins are hoping to count on Davone Bess as at least a quality slot receiver and at best a good complementary option to new starting wideout Brandon Marshall. Bess had 76 catches for 758 yards (10.0 avg.) in 2009, which led the team, but he only scored two touchdowns and clearly positioned himself as a talented short- and mid-range possession receiver (only six of his 76 receptions were good for 20-plus yards yet 48 of his 76 grabs – 63.1 pct. -were good for first downs or touchdowns). The addition of Marshall should be good news for Bess since it will mean defenses won't key in on him very often, plus he's entering his third year in the NFL, which is typically the season when wide receivers break out. Bess' upside is ruined with Marshall on the roster, but he could still be counted on as a good reserve in PPR formats and a decent reserve in deeper Fantasy leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 47 509 2 76 758 2 54 554 1

FL 1 3 1

Anquan Boldin, BAL

Fantasy Points 61 82 60

Bye: 8

Anquan Boldin is entering a new chapter in his career after being traded from Arizona to Baltimore in March. He then signed a four-year, $28 million contract, which includes $10 million guaranteed. Boldin has the potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy WR with the Ravens, and he should thrive playing with QB Joe Flacco, who is an upgrade over what Boldin would have had with the Cardinals in Matt Leinart now that Kurt Warner has retired. We like Boldin as a must-start Fantasy option worth a pick beginning in Round 3 on Draft Day. He has at least 80 catches in five of his seven seasons in the NFL. He also has five years with at least 1,000 yards receiving and four years with at least seven touchdowns. He should match all three of those marks in Baltimore. Health is always a concern for Boldin, but he's worth the risk based on his production. Look for him to play at a high level with his new team. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 86 1,107 7 84 1,024 4 89 1,038 11

Dwayne Bowe, KC

FL 2 2 3

Fantasy Points 142 129 169

Bye: 4

Dwayne Bowe has the chance for a big season in 2010 now that Charlie Weis is the offensive coordinator in Kansas City. That should mean even more passing for the Chiefs, and Bowe has a lot to prove this season. He entered 2009 in the doghouse of new coach Todd Haley, but he started out the season playing well. He had four games with double digits in Fantasy points in the first seven weeks, including four touchdowns. But then Bowe was suspended for four games for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing drugs. He was quiet upon his return, and now Fantasy owners and wondering if he can still play at a high level. We expect him to -- Matt Cassel is a developing

QB, and the addition of Weis will enhance the offense and Bowe's role in it. Consider Bowe a No. 2 Fantasy WR worth drafting around Round 5 or 6 depending on the size of your league. Remember, in Bowe's first two seasons he had 156 catches for 2,017 yards and 12 touchdowns and is capable of putting up outstanding stats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 79 1,070 7 47 589 4 86 1,022 7

Fantasy Points 140 82 144

FL 0 0 0

Steve Breaston, ARI

Bye: 6

Steve Breaston is expected to take a huge leap in production this year now that Anquan Boldin has left the Cardinals via a trade to the Ravens. He is a restricted free agent, but Breaston is expected to stay with the Cardinals, who need him to develop into a star. Breaston was a Fantasy breakout in 2008 while replacing Boldin before dealing with injuries last season, which led to nominal stats. He should rebound well since he's expected to start across from Larry Fitzgerald and see plenty of single coverage. Matt Leinart will take over for the retired Kurt Warner, which could put a dent in the Cardinals' explosive passing game, but the increase Breaston will see in playing time and targets makes him a solid No. 3 Fantasy WR with the chance to become a starter during the year. He is easily worth a mid-round pick in all leagues on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 61 814 6 55 712 3 77 1,003 3

Fantasy Points 118 91 118

FL 1 1 0

Kenny Britt, TEN

Bye: 9

You have to take notice of a rookie who leads his team in receiving, and that's exactly what Kenny Britt did last season with the Titans. The exceptionally athletic 6-foot-3 WR finished his first campaign with 701 yards on 42 catches (16.7 avg.) and three touchdowns. A whopping 34 of his 42 grabs were good for first downs or touchdowns, and 10 of his catches were good for 20-plus yards. We think Britt has a chance to improve on his numbers in 2010, especially when you consider that all of his touchdowns and a good chunk of his yardage came with Vince Young under center. Young confirmed to CBSSports.com this offseason that he likes what the future has in store for Britt, and we see him as a very worthwhile sleeper to target on Draft Day. Draft him with a pick between Rounds 8 and 9 as a safe No. 3 Fantasy WR, though he has the potential to be much more than that. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 51 669 4 42 701 3

Fantasy Points 91 86

FL 0 1

Antonio Bryant, CIN

Bye: 6

Antonio Bryant signed with Cincinnati this offseason where he was expected to be the No. 2 WR for the Bengals opposite Chad Ochocinco. But those plans derailed following a balky knee during spring minicamps and the Bengals' signing of Terrell Owens in late July. Now Bryant is unlikely to land the stats he might have had in Cincinnati with Owens likely pushing him out of a starting role. You can consider Bryant with a late-round pick in drafts, but you're better off checking him out off waivers if he finds playing time this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 29 412 2 39 600 4 83 1,248 7

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Fantasy Points 53 84 166

FL 0 0 1

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Dez Bryant, DAL

Bye: 4

The Dallas Cowboys moved up in the NFL Draft to select Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound Bryant was an All-American in 2008 when he turned 87 receptions into 1,480 yards and 19 touchdowns. His stock slid after his suspension for lying to the NCAA about his activities with former NFL standout Deion Sanders, a suspension that kept him off the field nearly all of last season. There were other questions about him, such as being late to meetings and even games. Nobody questions his skills. The Cowboys believe Bryant will make an impact right away as a punt returner, but he will also see time at WR. We'll find out how Bryant fits in with the Cowboys, but he has minimal Fantasy value in 2010 in seasonal leagues. The Cowboys will get him on the field, but he will be low on the pecking order for targets behind Miles Austin and Jason Witten and probably even Roy Williams. At best, consider drafting Bryant with a late-round pick and hope he sees the field more as a receiver and less as a return man. In keeper and rookie-only drafts, however, Bryant has significantly more value since he could end up pairing with Austin in the future as a starting receiver for the Cowboys. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 47 652 5

FL 1

Nate Burleson, DET

Fantasy Points 93

Bye: 7

Nate Burleson leaves Seattle and heads to Detroit, where he will likely be the No. 2 option opposite Calvin Johnson. Burleson has the potential to be a No. 3 Fantasy WR if Matthew Stafford continues to develop in his second year, but you should plan on drafting Burleson as a No. 4 option with a late-round pick. Johnson will draw plenty of coverage, leaving Burleson with a lot of one-on-one opportunities. Burleson is coming off a productive year in 2009 with 63 catches for 812 yards and three touchdowns, and some of his best work came playing in domes (including his smashing 2006 season in Minnesota). His stats last year weren't outstanding, but then again neither were the Seahawks' quarterbacks. A late-season injury is nothing to be worried about – we think Burleson is a good middle- to late-round pick as a solid reserve Fantasy receiver. After all, the Lions should find themselves passing quite a bit in 2010. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 59 763 4 63 812 3 5 60 1

FL 0 2 0

Greg Camarillo, MIA

Fantasy Points 100 95 12

Bye: 5

Greg Camarillo returned from a torn ACL in 2008 to play fairly well in 2009 with 50 catches for 552 yards (11.0 avg.), albeit with no touchdowns. His chances to score often in 2010 took a hit when the Dolphins traded for Brandon Marshall in mid-April. At the very least Camarillo will compete for a regular spot on the field, but that won't necessarily translate well to big statistics. He is a good complementary wide receiver for the Dolphins, but he's never going to start for your Fantasy team. While he might be worth adding off the waiver wire during the season in 2010, he should not be drafted in any league. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 21 268 1 50 552 0 55 613 2

Chris Chambers, KC

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 33 55 73

Bye: 4

Chris Chambers is staying with the Chiefs after rejuvenating his career with them last season. In nine games following his release from San Diego, Chambers had 36 catches for 608 yards and four touchdowns and had the best production of his career since 2005 with the Dolphins. Chambers is a solid No. 2 WR for the Chiefs behind Dwayne Bowe, and we like Chambers as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy option with upside based on the potential of Kansas City's passing game now that Charlie Weis is the offensive coordinator. Think middle-

to late-round pick on him, and his only detractor could be the addition of rookie Dexter McCluster. Even with McCluster on the roster, we still think Chambers will be fine. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 47 669 5 45 730 5 33 462 5

Fantasy Points 97 103 76

FL 0 0 0

Austin Collie, IND

Bye: 7

The Colts expect WR Austin Collie to continue in his development in 2010 after a solid rookie season. Collie saw a healthy amount of playing time in Indy's potent offense after Anthony Gonzalez was injured in Week 1, filling the slot and coming down with 60 catches for 676 yards (11.3 avg.) and a 2009 rookiebest seven touchdowns. He had at least four catches in half of his regularseason games. He even kept up the successful play in the postseason with 17 catches for 241 yards (14.2 avg.) and two scores. Collie's potential is very appealing in that he's tough to properly cover at the same time as Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, Pierre Garcon and Anthony Gonzalez in the Colts' offense, and that can lead to some strong weeks. Assuming he retains his role in the offense, which he should, Collie is a very capable No. 3 Fantasy WR, especially in PPR formats. With a full season of work under his belt and a second camp to learn from, he could be freakishly good. We wouldn't hesitate to snap him up with a mid-round pick, and a good indicator of when he'll fly off boards is when teammates Gonzalez and Garcon get taken. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 49 563 4 60 676 7

Fantasy Points 80 109

FL 0 0

Marques Colston, NO

Bye: 10

Saints WR Marques Colston put down his third 1,000-yard season in four years in 2009 with an abundance of touchdowns, making him one of the safest picks in Fantasy Football. In fact, in every year that Colston has played at least 14 games he's had 70 or more catches, 1,000 or more yards and eight or more touchdowns. That was the case in 2009 when he grabbed 70 passes for 1,074 yards (15.3 avg.) and nine touchdowns with two fumbles. He also had 188 yards and a touchdown in three postseason games. But he also had offseason knee surgery that wasn't discovered until the start of training camp. The Saints are brushing it off as a small arthroscopic procedure used to clean up some "lingering" issues, but knee problems are significant no matter what. So long as he's healthy and gets in a little preseason work, Colston is a solid Fantasy WR and a sure-fire Top-40 pick as a No. 1 option. Considering his track record and the passing tendencies of the Saints' offense, he's a great guy to have on your team, though his track record of injuries is a reason to not completely fall for him. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 81 1,135 9 70 1,074 9 47 760 5

Fantasy Points 168 157 106

FL 0 2 0

Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ

Bye: 7

Jerricho Cotchery might be QB Mark Sanchez's favorite target, but that status could change in 2010. Cotchery led the Jets in receiving in 2009 with 57 catches for 821 yards (14.4 yards per catch) and three touchdowns. He had at least 70 receiving yards in the first four games of the season as Sanchez appeared to favor Cotchery, and that continued even once Braylon Edwards joined the team. But Cotchery is never going to post overwhelming stats, especially with Santonio Holmes joining the Jets this offseason, and the Jets are a run-first team. Cotchery should be considered a low-end No. 3 Fantasy WR at best and is worth a pick starting in Round 8 or 9. He should improve as Sanchez continues to develop, but don't expect Cotchery to be a big stat producer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 65 811 4 57 821 3 71 858 5

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Fantasy Points 106 106 115

FL 0 0 1

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Michael Crabtree, SF

Bye: 9

Michael Crabtree will finally have a full offseason with the 49ers, and he's expected to take the next step in his progression in his second year. Crabtree had an abbreviated rookie season in 2009 following a contract holdout since he missed the first five games of the year. When he finally signed and took the field he played well, owning 48 catches for 625 yards (13.0 yards per catch) and two touchdowns. We like Crabtree as a middle-end No. 3 Fantasy WR this season with potential to grow into a larger role, particularly in PPR leagues. Consider Crabtree with a middle- to late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 62 816 6 48 625 2

FL 2 1

Josh Cribbs, CLE

Fantasy Points 114 72

Bye: 8

For a guy who has never had more than 550 yards from scrimmage in his career, Browns WR/KR Josh Cribbs sure has received a lot of attention. He signed a contract extension this offseason thanks to his 2009 campaign, which saw him get 135 rush yards, 381 receiving yards, two offensive touchdowns and four special-teams scores. It is believed that Cribbs will see more work in the Browns' offense in 2010 in a number of roles: Wildcat QB, RB and WR. We expect him to surpass 550 total yards from scrimmage, but unless you get credit for special teams touchdowns, Cribbs isn't worth drafting this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 33 303 2 20 135 1 2 18 1

FL 1 2 0

Eric Decker, DEN

Fantasy Points 72 57 29

Bye: 9

The Broncos drafted WR Eric Decker in Round 3 of the NFL Draft at No. 78 overall out of Minnesota. He is coming off a foot injury, which caused him to miss five games last year, and that's worth keeping an eye on heading into training camp. The Broncos are looking for help at WR with Brandon Marshall now in Miami. They added WR Demaryius Thomas in Round 1, and Decker could also help fill the role if he's healthy. Keep an eye on Decker and see if he's healthy, and he could be worth a late-round pick in deep seasonal leagues. In keeper formats and rookie-only drafts, Decker is worth drafting with a late-round pick as well. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 36 449 2

FL 0

Early Doucet, ARI

Fantasy Points 57

Bye: 6

Early Doucet is expected to take a huge leap in production this year now that Anquan Boldin has left the Cardinals via trade to the Ravens. He is expected to be the No. 3 WR in Arizona behind Larry Fitzgerald and Steve Breaston. Doucet is also entering his third season, which is typically when wide receivers have a breakout year, and he displayed his talents during the 2009 postseason. Doucet led the Cardinals in receiving in two playoff games with 14 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Leinart will take over for the retired Kurt Warner, which could put a dent in the Cardinals' explosive passing game, but the increase Doucet will see in playing time and targets makes him a sleeper on Draft Day. He is definitely worth a late-round pick in all leagues, and it also helps that Doucet is entering a potential contract year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 46 576 4 17 214 1 14 90 0

Harry Douglas, ATL

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 74 27 9

Bye: 8

A torn ACL suffered last August shelved WR Harry Douglas for the entire 2009 season. But Douglas got back into the swing of things in mid-August and looks to be recovered. A short, shifty receiver perfect for the slot, Douglas could emerge as a 30-to-40 catch WR with some solid outings this season if he's healthy and mentally over his injury. He's only worth drafting late as a flier in

dynasty/keeper leagues, but there's a chance he can get back on the field and do moderately well. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 28 373 3 0 0 0 23 320 1

Fantasy Points 57 0 48

FL 0 0 1

Donald Driver, GB

Bye: 10

Even at the ripe old age of 34, Packers WR Donald Driver was very effective. Posting his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard season, Driver caught 70 passes for 1,061 yards (15.2 avg.) and six touchdowns. This was a solid performance for him as he posted his best receiving average since he broke out in 2002 and scored one fewer touchdown than he had in 2007 and 2008 combined. Most of Driver's best stats came in the first half of the season – four of his scores came then. With the exception of a dynamite performance at Detroit on Thanksgiving, he did not deliver more than seven Fantasy points based on standard scoring in any game from Weeks 10 through 17. This could be a signal that the veteran's endurance isn't what it once was, or that the ball went in other directions as the Packers' offense got stronger as the season went on. He also had offseason knee surgery, although he's expected to be fine for the start of training camp. Either way, there's no denying Driver's ability, but there's also no denying that his age might continue to be a factor. Making things interesting is his contract status: He's scheduled to be a free agent after the 2010 season. With the franchise record for receiving yards in his sights (he's 507 yards shy of catching James Lofton's 9,656 and 950 yards shy of 10,000), expect Driver to put up one more productive year. Draft him with the intention of being a No. 3 Fantasy WR during the middle rounds, but there's always the chance that he starts the 2010 season hot and finds a spot in your starting lineup – just as he did in 2009. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 60 911 6 70 1,061 6 74 1,012 5

Fantasy Points 116 141 131

FL 1 1 0

Julian Edelman, NE

Bye: 5

Julian Edelman will see a significant boost in value for the early part of the season with Wes Welker coming off a knee injury. As such, he should be considered a sleeper. Welker tore the ACL and MCL in his left knee in the season finale in 2009 and could miss the start of 2010, which will allow Edelman to see an increased role. Last year as a rookie, mostly replacing Welker as the team's interior slot receiver, Edelman finished with 37 catches for 359 yards and one touchdown. In two games in place of Welker -- Week 2 at the Jets when Welker was out with a different knee injury and Week 17 against the Texans when Welker was hurt -- Edelman had 18 catches for 201 yards and effectively was a version of Welker. It's obvious Tom Brady trusts Edelman when Welker is out, and as such Edelman is worth drafting with a late-round pick in all leagues, especially formats that count a point per catch, and especially by those owners who take Welker with a mid-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 44 531 4 37 359 1

Fantasy Points 77 41

FL 0 0

Armanti Edwards, CAR

Bye: 6

The Panthers beefed up their receiving corps with the addition of Appalachian State's Armanti Edwards. Edwards enters the NFL as a receiver and kick returner after playing quarterback for the Mountaineers. Edwards has excellent speed (4.44 in the 40-yard dash) and should battle for a spot along the WR depth chart and for special teams work in camp. He has a chance to be a quality kick-return man for the Panthers, so if you're in a league where specialteams play counts Edwards could be a nice late-round steal. Otherwise he should only be drafted in dynasty/keeper leagues with a late-round pick and rookie-only drafts with a mid-round pick. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 13 181 1

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Fantasy Points 27

FL 0

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Braylon Edwards, NYJ

Bye: 7

Braylon Edwards signed his one-year tender with the Jets, ensuring a sizable salary for 2010 and the ability to be in a contract year after this season. But that doesn't mean he'll be the primary receiver for the Jets – in fact, he's not going to be after the team traded for Santonio Holmes in mid-April. Edwards continued his inconsistent play once coming to the Jets in a trade from Cleveland last season. In 12 games in New York, Edwards had 35 catches for 541 yards (15.5 yards per catch) and four touchdowns with a lost fumble. He added another 10 catches for 139 yards in four games with the Browns before the trade. Edwards was a tremendous Fantasy option in 2007 with 80 catches for 1,289 yards and 16 touchdowns, but in two seasons since then he has 100 catches for 1,553 yards and seven touchdowns, so he hasn't come close to matching that production from '07. He could rebound a bit this year with a full offseason with QB Mark Sanchez, which should help, but Edwards has to prove it first and also overcome losing targets to the rest of the Jets receivers. Oh, and the Jets are one of the NFL's most committed run-first offenses. He's not an elite WR anymore, but he does have value as a reserve. Consider Edwards a quality reserve Fantasy WR worth a middle- to late-round pick and hope he can re-establish himself in 2010. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 42 639 4 45 680 4 55 877 3

FL 1 1 0

Lee Evans, BUF

Fantasy Points 77 92 109

Bye: 6

Lee Evans will try to rebound from the worst year of his career. Evans, like the rest of the Bills, struggled in 2009 with a career-low 44 catches and 612 yards (13.9 yards per catch). He did have seven touchdowns, but he didn't benefit much playing alongside Terrell Owens. Now, Owens is expected to leave Buffalo as a free agent, but Evans needs plenty of help to regain his Fantasy value even as the No. 1 target for the Bills. Buffalo has issues at QB (who will start among Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brian Brohm or someone outside the organization?) and the offensive line, and new coach Chan Gailey has a lot of work to do but will surely utilize the veteran receiver. Evans is worth drafting as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy WR with a middle- to late-round pick, but his supporting cast will go a long way in determining just how useful he'll be. He does have potential since he has at least seven touchdowns in four of his six years in the NFL, but the Bills also have plenty of holes. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 57 785 5 44 612 7 63 1,017 3

FL 2 0 1

Larry Fitzgerald, ARI

Fantasy Points 97 103 121

Bye: 6

For the first time in Larry Fitzgerald's career he won't have Anquan Boldin as a teammate. He also loses Kurt Warner as his starting QB. That makes for a lot of transition for Fitzgerald in Arizona, and it's enough to make Fantasy owners a little nervous. His new quarterback is expected to be Matt Leinart, a passer he's caught just five touchdowns from in four seasons. He also has just one 100-yard game with Leinart under center from beginning to end, and his totals in games with Leinart and without Boldin aren't encouraging: seven catches for 196 yards and a touchdown. Factor that with the Cardinals' expected push toward utilizing their ground game and Fitzgerald isn't as exciting. But there is a big factor you may not be considering: He's as polished and potent a receiver as they come in the NFL, and talent goes a long way. Fitzgerald will likely slip a few spots based on the expectation he could struggle now that Warner and Boldin are gone, but considering his talent you should still plan on taking Fitzgerald somewhere in Round 2. We still expect him to play pretty well despite all the changes. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 81 1,131 8 97 1,092 13 96 1,434 12

Malcom Floyd, SD

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 161 187 215

Bye: 10

Malcom Floyd signed his restricted free agent tender, but teammate Vincent Jackson didn't sign his. That means Floyd should act as the team's No. 1 Fantasy WR while Jackson holds out (potentially 10 games). The Chargers are

high on Floyd after having a career season in which he tallied 45 catches for 776 yards, but he only scored one touchdown. We can see Floyd taking the next step in his career, especially with Jackson out of the picture, and playing in a contract year should only motivate him further. So long as Jackson is out, Floyd is worth a mid-round pick as a medium-risk, high-reward Fantasy WR. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 54 854 4 45 776 1 27 465 4

Fantasy Points 107 83 70

FL 1 0 0

Jabar Gaffney, DEN

Bye: 9

Jabar Gaffney is an intriguing Fantasy option this season following the Broncos' decision to trade Brandon Marshall to Miami in mid-April. There's a chance that Gaffney's playing time and role in the Denver offense will increase now that Marshall is gone thanks to how he finished the 2009 season. But in reality, rookie Demaryius Thomas will likely replace Marshall and not Gaffney. In 2009, Gaffney's first with the Broncos, he finished with 54 catches for 732 yards (13.6 yards per catch) and two touchdowns. But the majority of his production came in the final two games of the season against Philadelphia and Kansas City when he had 21 catches for 282 yards and the two scores. In the season finale against the Chiefs, with Marshall out, Gaffney had 14 catches for 213 yards. Don't plan on drafting Gaffney in the majority of leagues now that Thomas is on the roster. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 57 732 5 54 732 2 38 468 2

Fantasy Points 95 85 60

FL 0 0 0

Justin Gage, TEN

Bye: 9

Justin Gage will try to regain his spot in the Titans' offense this season after getting shaken up last season due to a serious spine injury. Gage started last season strong with 13 catches for 142 yards and a touchdown in his first three games, but he didn't piece together another three-game streak like that the rest of the season. Once he got hurt in Week 9, he wasn't the same even with two touchdowns on two grabs vs. the Dolphins. His 28 catches for 383 yards and three touchdowns on the season were a disappointment, not to mention some of his worst totals since becoming a Titan. Gage's health will play a role in exactly how he's used in 2010, but with second-year WR Kenny Britt along with WR Nate Washington slated for playing time, Gage might not like what's in store for him. That said, keep him off of Fantasy rosters on Draft Day and stick with him as a one-week replacement option off waivers. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 24 322 2 28 383 3 34 651 6

Fantasy Points 42 56 101

FL 1 0 0

Pierre Garcon, IND

Bye: 7

If Pierre Garcon's second NFL season was any indication of what's to come in his third year, we're in for some big stats. Pressed into action after Anthony Gonzalez hurt his knee in Week 1, Garcon developed into a suitable option for Peyton Manning to target in addition to Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark. He finished the regular season with 47 catches for 765 yards (16.3 avg.) and four touchdowns in 14 games, but it's his postseason play that might send his game to the next level. In three playoff outings Garcon caught 21 passes for 251 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Colts in all categories. Though it remains to be seen how much playing time Garcon will have in 2010 with Gonzalez coming back from his knee injury, along with the presence of Austin Collie, we suspect that Garcon has done enough to earn a significant role in the offense. Your safest bet is to consider Garcon a No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a mid-round, but someone in every league will believe the best is yet to come from him and draft him as a low-end No. 2 option. He'll be an interesting receiver to watch in drafts before the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 51 746 6 47 765 4 4 23 0

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Fantasy Points 111 101 2

FL 0 0 0

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Brandon Gibson, STL

Bye: 9

Brandon Gibson is a reserve WR for the Rams. After coming over from the Eagles in a trade deadline deal last October, Gibson tallied 34 catches for 348 yards and one touchdown. He's familiar with the Rams offense and could compete for playing time. We like him as a late-round flier in the deepest of seasonal leagues and deeper dynasty/keeper formats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 25 291 2 34 348 1

FL 0 1

Anthony Gonzalez, IND

Fantasy Points 33 38

Bye: 7

Anthony Gonzalez is planning to come back strong in 2010 after missing essentially all of last season with a knee ligament injury. While he missed time he saw two receivers – Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie -- develop into legitimate threats in the Colts' offense and helped the team make it to Super Bowl XLIV. Gonzalez told CBSSports.com in February that "there's no question that I'll be back playing next year," and he proved it when he began practicing with the team in OTAs, but the question remains what role he'll play with Garcon and Collie also in the mix. He's a risky choice as anything more than a reserve Fantasy WR because he hasn't ever been a good stat producer to begin with and now he has to share reps with the guys who picked up his slack last season. Think about him with a late-round pick, with his value increasing if he can piece together a promising preseason. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 46 553 4 0 0 0 57 664 4

FL 1 0 0

James Hardy, BUF

Fantasy Points 77 0 90

Bye: 6

James Hardy will enter his third season in the NFL, and he's trying to prove he can be a productive player after a standout college career at Indiana. Hardy tore his ACL at the end of his rookie year in 2008. He came back at the end of the 2009 season and finished the year with one catch for 9 yards in two games. Hardy has plenty of potential as a red-zone target based on his size at 6-foot-5, but he has to show his skills on the field first. Don't plan on drafting Hardy in any leagues, but he could take the next step in his career if he can stay healthy and the Bills get some improved QB play. Since this is his third season in the NFL, Hardy is worth keeping an eye on in case he has a breakout year. But don't draft him in any leagues, and just add him off the waiver wire if he starts out the season playing well Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 26 334 2 1 9 0 9 87 2

FL 1 0 0

Brian Hartline, MIA

Fantasy Points 43 0 20

Bye: 5

Brian Hartline will battle for playing time this summer with Davone Bess and Greg Camarillo, and they'll all be battling for reps following the Dolphins' acquisition of WR Brandon Marshall. Hartline had a productive rookie season for the Dolphins in '09 with 31 catches for 506 yards (16.3 yards per catch) and three touchdowns. He also added four carries for 29 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Hartline is a good complementary wide receiver for the Dolphins and could develop into a decent Fantasy option, especially in leagues where receptions count, but he's not expected to become a standout Fantasy wide receiver. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 40 526 3 31 506 3

FL 0 0

Fantasy Points 72 76

Percy Harvin, MIN

Bye: 4

Percy Harvin beat all expectations with a phenomenal rookie campaign. He caught 60 passes for 790 yards (13.2 avg.) with six touchdowns, adding 135 rush yards on 15 carries and another 1,156 yards on 42 kickoff returns with two more scores. While his stats were ultimately good, he was inconsistent as he'd spend a couple of weeks playing real well before tanking. He also had to overcome playing with severe migraine headaches several times during the season. If he can continue to play in a big role with the Vikings' offense and stay on the field, Harvin will explode in 2010 -- especially with big target Sidney Rice missing half of the season following late-August hip surgery. Some owners might reach for Harvin before he should be taken because of his flash and upside, but his best Fantasy role is as a low-end No. 2/top-end No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a pick alongside other low-end No. 2 WRs (you won't get him otherwise) between Rounds 6 and 7. If return yardage counts in your league, then Harvin actually moves up a round because of what his potential is as a kickoff returner. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 68 914 6 60 790 6

Fantasy Points 123 128

FL 2 0

Devin Hester, CHI

Bye: 8

Bears WR Devin Hester set career-highs in receptions and receiving yards with 57 catches for 757 yards (13.3 avg.) and matched his career-best with three touchdowns, but his season was considered a huge disappointment in spite of that. He got off to a tremendous start with a touchdown in two of his first three games and also posted his first career and only 100-yard game at Cincinnati in Week 7. But limited production paired with calf and ankle injuries that sidelined him for three weeks essentially cost him the last six games of his season, and a left shoulder injury he played through robbed him of some physical skills. So while his totals didn't make him a desirable Fantasy option, the reality is that he still could develop into a quality receiver that Fantasy owners could count on. He caught at least four passes in nine contests and had at least 70 receiving yards in seven outings. He's one to watch this offseason, especially if the Bears do not add another receiver to their lineup. The addition of Mike Martz as offensive coordinator will only help the team's passing game. He's draftable with a late-round pick this summer as a quality reserve wideout with potential to be a No. 3 option. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 53 661 4 57 757 3 52 665 3

Fantasy Points 79 91 86

FL 2 1 2

Santonio Holmes, NYJ

Bye: 7

Santonio Holmes was traded to the Jets in April, and it's there where he'll finish out his contract. Holmes became unappealing to the Steelers after multiple character issues came up this offseason, the biggest of which were being charged with assault in an Orlando nightclub and word getting out that he was going to be suspended four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Those things prompted the trade to the Jets, where he'll play in their run-first offense alongside Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery and tight end Dustin Keller and catch passes from second-year quarterback Mark Sanchez. On one hand, we like the idea of Holmes playing motivated not just for a new contract but also to prove that he's a consistent player at a high level. But on the other hand, a four-game suspension will take him off the field for four meaningful Fantasy weeks, plus his situation in New York is hardly as appealing as his situation in Pittsburgh was. We doubt that Holmes can get to 1,000 yards this season, and his touchdown production could also suffer some. Holmes has slid to a low-end No. 2/top-end No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a pick between Rounds 7 and 9. Don't expect big things from him on a weekly basis. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 51 778 5 79 1,248 5 55 821 5

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Fantasy Points 99 152 110

FL 0 0 1

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T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA

Bye: 5

T.J. Houshmandzadeh will look to improve in his second year with Seattle this season. Last year, Houshmandzadeh finished with 79 catches for 911 yards and three touchdowns, his lowest stat totals in each category since 2004. Despite offseason hernia surgery we expect Houshmandzadeh to play better this year, but he's no longer an elite Fantasy option. He'll have big weeks at times -- he had three games with double digits in Fantasy points in 2009 -- but those aren't the norm for Houshmandzadeh any more. We view Houshmandzadeh as a low-end No. 2 option. He's still good enough to start most weeks since he's the No. 1 target in Seattle, but this passing game has a lot to be desired. Take Houshmandzadeh with a middle- to late-round pick after the top-tier wide receivers are off the board. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 75 811 4 79 911 3 92 904 4

FL 0 1 0

Fantasy Points 97 107 114

Michael Jenkins, ATL

Bye: 8

Michael Jenkins continued to be a meandering stat producer in 2009, which is what he'll likely be in 2010. He caught at least 50 passes for the third straight season, but his touchdown production continued to decline and his numbers were fair to modest. He totaled 635 yards on 50 catches with just one touchdown, which came from backup QB Chris Redman and not starter Matt Ryan. When you need a one-week replacement receiver off waivers, think of Jenkins since he could deliver a handful of points. But don't draft him expecting a big season in 2010 since he's been a significant underachiever over the course of his career. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 42 536 3 50 635 1 50 777 3

Fantasy Points 72 69 97

FL 0 0 0

Greg Jennings, GB DeSean Jackson, PHI

Bye: 8

DeSean Jackson is entering his third season in the NFL – and he could actually improve on the eye-popping stats we saw from him in 2009. It's hard to imagine Jackson getting better this year even though wide receivers have a breakout season in their third year, but Jackson has already become a star. His breakout year came in 2009 when he caught 62 passes for 1,156 yards and nine touchdowns. He also had 137 rushing yards and one touchdown. With Kevin Kolb taking over for the Eagles under center, Jackson still has a passer who can get him the ball deep, but also one with a smidge more accuracy than the one he had before. We consider Jackson to be a safe Top 5 player at his position, and plan on taking him with a pick somewhere in Round 2 or 3 in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 78 1,217 9 63 1,167 9 62 912 2

FL 1 1 2

Vincent Jackson, SD

Fantasy Points 181 187 112

Bye: 10

Vincent Jackson has dealt with a horrible offseason. His contract status is up in the air, and he was suspended for three games to start the season for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Jackson pleaded guilty in February to his second DUI since 2006. As for his contract, Jackson remains a restricted free agent after refusing to sign a one-year guaranteed deal for $3.2 million, which was marked down to $600,000 following a June 15 deadline as part of the league's CBA. Jackson, who wants a long-term deal or a trade, is adamant that he will sit out for the first 10 games of the 2010 season (he'd earn credit for playing in '10 by being in six games). His whole situation is a mess, and until it's cleared up Fantasy owners cannot trust him as a No. 1 option. We still consider Jackson a No. 2 Fantasy WR, but his value is on the decline. If he's able to settle his contract situation then he would still be worth a mid-round pick even with the suspension. But if he sticks to his word and plans to holdout for the first 10 games then he would only be worth a late-round pick on Draft Day. There's a lot of risk involved in drafting Jackson, who accounted for 26 percent of the Chargers' receiving yards and 31 percent of the Chargers' receiving touchdowns in 2009, but his talent is obvious when he's on the field. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 44 670 5 68 1,167 9 59 1,098 7

FL 0 0 1

Fantasy Points 90 171 155

Bye: 10

By and large, many Fantasy owners considered Greg Jennings a borderline bust in 2009 as he only scored four regular-season touchdowns and went through several spells of producing only nominal stats. It is believed that Jennings played most of the season banged up but still finished with decent totals: 68 catches for 1,113 yards (16.4 avg.) and four touchdowns. He also had five games over 100 yards receiving – and nine games under 70 yards receiving. Jennings' touchdown total dropped for the second straight season, but he maintained a powerful receiving average. Fantasy owners who had Jennings in 2009 will be leery of drafting him again, but he's clearly the most polished big-play receiver in an offense that is becoming powerful and aggressive. Still, we also know that he is coming off a season where he just got a nice contract extension, and the Packers now have so many good receiving options for Aaron Rodgers to throw to that Jennings simply might not see as many opportunities as he has in the past. In 2009 for example, he was thrown at just eight more times than teammate Donald Driver. Consider Jennings a borderline No. 1 WR worth a pick between Rounds 5 and 6 in drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 73 1,264 6 69 1,120 4 80 1,292 9

Fantasy Points 160 140 185

FL 1 0 0

Andre Johnson, HOU

Bye: 7

Andre Johnson enters this season as one of the most unstoppable wide receivers in the NFL. His combination of size, strength and speed combined with the Texans' pass-happy offense makes him a candidate for extremely gaudy numbers annually. In 2009 he had 1,569 yards on 101 catches (a career-best 15.5 avg.) with nine touchdowns, marking his second-straight season over 1,500 yards receiving and third with at least eight touchdowns. Johnson failed to score or total 100 yards in just six of his 16 games, meaning that he was extremely reliable for Fantasy owners. It goes without saying that e's one of the safest picks in Fantasy Football and is worthy of an early pick between sixth and 12th overall in all leagues. He's the kind of Fantasy stud you can put in your lineup and never take out. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 101 1,562 10 101 1,569 9 115 1,575 8

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Fantasy Points 216 213 205

FL 0 0 1

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Calvin Johnson, DET

Bye: 7

A lot of people consider 2009 a bust campaign for Calvin Johnson. His final stat line suggests it was indeed a sad year: 67 catches for 984 yards (14.7 avg.) and five touchdowns with 73 rushing yards. But some hidden numbers suggest otherwise. Johnson only played in 14 games and left another game very early with a knee injury. Johnson also only played nine games that were started by rookie QB Matthew Stafford, easily the Lions' best option at quarterback all season. In fact, Johnson totaled 46 catches for 728 yards (15.8 avg.) and three TDs in those nine games, meaning he had just 19 grabs for 256 yards (13.5 avg.) and two scores in the five other contests he played in without him (including the one he left early with a knee injury). Johnson's health makes him a bit of a risk but no one can look past his potential thanks to his huge size and speed. With a year of work with Matthew Stafford under his belt, the coaching staff staying in place in Detroit and Johnson spending the offseason there working with Stafford and strengthening the muscles in his knee, there's room for optimism that Johnson rebounds strong in 2010. He's still worth drafting as a No. 1 Fantasy WR, but you can get him toward the back of Round 2 this summer instead of the front of Round 2, which is where many owners found him last summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 76 1,198 9 67 984 5 78 1,331 12

FL 2 2 2

Jacoby Jones, HOU

Fantasy Points 162 131 203

Bye: 7

Jacoby Jones took the next step in his third season by catching six touchdowns, but more is expected from him in 2010. In addition to his six scores, Jones hit career-highs in receptions (27) and receiving yards (437). One issue: In the eight games Jones didn't score in, only twice did he record 20 or more yards receiving. You're looking at a boom-or-bust receiver only worthy of a late-round pick in deeper drafts this summer, but also one in a contract year, so motivation is high. In standard formats look to Jones as a one-week replacement off waivers when he has a favorable matchup. Even with the prospect of a big pay day on the horizon he's not worth a late pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 36 534 4 27 437 6 3 81 0

FL 1 0 1

James Jones, GB

Fantasy Points 78 81 6

Bye: 10

James Jones still didn't top his rookie season numbers in 2009, but he did improve on his sophomore season totals and set a career-high in touchdowns with five. He also caught 32 passes for 440 yards (13.8 avg.). Jones saw more work come his way toward the middle of the season and figures to be one of the many targets for Aaron Rodgers throughout next season. And that's a good thing since he'll be in a contract year and will have plenty of motivation to play big. The biggest obstacle in his way? Playing time -- he's behind Donald Driver and Greg Jennings, plus tight end Jermichael Finley should see more work on the field as well as third-year wide receiver Jordy Nelson. Jones is worth a flier late in deeper drafts, but that's about it so long as the Packers lean on Driver and Jennings as their top two receivers. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 37 489 4 32 440 5 20 274 1

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 73 74 33

Malcolm Kelly, WAS

Bye: 9

Malcolm Kelly might have had the chance for a breakout season in his third year in the NFL, but a slow start to even taking part in practices during training camp has hindered that chance. In two seasons, Kelly is still looking for his first NFL touchdown while he's battled knee injuries. Now he's dealing with a significant hamstring injury. If he can get on the field, he should get some help in the form of new QB Donovan McNabb and new head coach Mike Shanahan, but don't plan on drafting Kelly. He could be worth adding off the waiver wire if he can get healthy and put up some numbers. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 16 176 1 25 347 0 3 18 0

Fantasy Points 24 34 1

FL 0 0 0

Johnny Knox, CHI

Bye: 8

Johnny Knox became an overnight Fantasy hit when he torched the Packers for 82 yards on two catches in Week 1 and then scored in four straight games (one on special teams). Knox hit a wall thereafter but still found a way to end the season with five scores, a team-best among wide receivers, with 527 yards on 45 catches (a surprisingly low 11.7 avg.). He did not play in the team's last two regular season games because of an ankle injury but should be fine for the start of 2010. The addition of Mike Martz as offensive coordinator will only help the team's passing game. Knox is worth owning in deeper leagues that reward special-teams yardage but that's about it. Unless he can hustle for playing time in training camp, expect Knox to see only situational use on offense that might result in limited reps for at least the start of the season Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 49 655 5 45 527 5

Fantasy Points 85 78

FL 1 2

Brandon LaFell, CAR

Bye: 6

The Panthers beefed up their receiving corps with the addition of LSU WR Brandon LaFell in Round 3 of the 2010 NFL Draft. LaFell will battle for playing time in training camp, but he landed on the right team to find it as the Panthers have long needed help at receiver. He should have the chance to contribute in short order there, albeit he's not expected to post huge stats. He's worth a lateround pick in the deepest of seasonal leagues, a middle- to late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and an early- to middle-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 24 335 2

Fantasy Points 44

FL 1

Jeremy Maclin, PHI

Bye: 8

Jeremy Maclin played well as a rookie in 2009, and he should continue to build on that this season. Maclin had 56 catches for 773 yards and four touchdowns, and he has the chance to become a solid Fantasy option, especially now that Kevin Kolb is under center for the Eagles. We view Maclin as a middle- to lowend No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a pick starting in Round 8 or 9, and don't let an early training camp knee injury hold you back from taking him. In fact, don't be surprised if Maclin is starting for you at some point during the year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 61 787 5 55 762 4

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Fantasy Points 110 100

FL 0 0

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Mario Manningham, NYG

Bye: 8

Mario Manningham is entering his third year in the NFL, and he could be headed for a breakout season. He played well as a sophomore in the early part of 2009 but was limited with shoulder injuries and tailed off. He still finished with 57 catches for 822 yards and five touchdowns – nothing to sneeze at. We like Manningham as a quality reserve Fantasy option since it is expected that he settles into a limited role in the offense behind Steve Smith and Hakeem Nicks, but there's obviously upside here. Plan on drafting Manningham with a late-round pick and hope he continues to improve as he did from his rookie year to his second season and now entering that magical third year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 38 552 4 57 822 5 4 26 0

FL 1 1 0

Brandon Marshall, MIA

Fantasy Points 78 110 2

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 96 1,170 9 101 1,120 10 104 1,265 6

FL 1 0 3

Derrick Mason, BAL

Fantasy Points 170 175 156

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 60 850 5 73 1,028 7 80 1,037 5

Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 48 576 3

Fantasy Points 76

FL 1

Robert Meachem, NO

Bye: 10

The third year was the charm for Saints WR Robert Meachem, who recorded an impressive five-week string of performances and also pulled off the most controversial Fantasy play of the year. He should continue to see playing time with the Saints in 2010, although toe surgery in the offseason is something to monitor heading into training camp. Meachem had a breakout year in 2009 with 722 yards on 45 catches (16.0 avg.) with nine receiving touchdowns. He also rushed for 82 yards and forced and returned a fumble for a touchdown at Washington. Meachem cooled off in the postseason (25 yards on four catches), but in a five-game stretch from Week 9 to Week 13, Meachem had 21 catches for 346 yards, a 41-yard rush and six touchdowns. If he could somehow find a way to produce that over 16 games and as long as his toe is healthy, he'd be a Fantasy star. But it's that potential that makes Meachem an appealing Fantasy WR in 2010 (playing in a pass-happy offense doesn't hurt things, either). Consider him a low-end No. 2/top-end No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a pick between Rounds 7 and 8 in drafts this summer. And continue to monitor the status of his toe heading into training camp. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 57 803 5 45 722 9 12 289 3

Fantasy Points 101 132 54

FL 1 1 0

Bye: 8

Derrick Mason posted his eighth 1,000-yard season in nine years and third straight with the Ravens in 2009, but he'll have a hard time making it happen again in 2010. Re-signed this offseason, Mason finds the Ravens' receiving corps deeper after the team signed Donte Stallworth and traded for Anquan Boldin. So while his 1,028 yards on 73 catches (14.1 avg.) easily led the team in receiving last year, odds are he won't get very close to those numbers this year. Figure Mason to be a safe No. 3 receiver worth a middle- to late-round pick, and don't let a minor ankle sprain suffered early in training camp factor into your decision to take him. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Bye: 4

Bye: 5

Brandon Marshall got his wish this offseason, departing Denver for Miami via trade in mid-April. It's with the Dolphins where he intends to continue playing at a high level following a four-year contract extension that makes him the highest-paid receiver in NFL history. You can't say he's not deserving after three straight seasons with over 100 catches and 1,100 yards. And with 10 touchdowns last season, you could say that he's on his way to playing at the best possible level he can. It's obvious that he'll be a very important part of the Dolphins offense, but there's a chance he'll fall short of 100 catches simply because the Dolphins will run the ball plenty. He also has to prove he's 100 percent recovered from offseason hip surgery, which will keep him out until training camp. The Dolphins should give Marshall a better chance to add yards to his receptions and thus make his stats more appealing. He'll also continue to see action in the red-zone. Ultimately, Marshall is a quality No. 1 Fantasy WR worth taking somewhere around Round 3 or 4 in all leagues as long as his hip is 100 percent healthy. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Dexter McCluster, KC

The Chiefs drafted WR Dexter McCluster in the second round of the NFL Draft at No. 36 overall. McCluster, who between rushing and receiving accumulated 1,700 yards and 11 touchdowns last year at Ole Miss, will be used in a variety of ways: as a wide receiver, slot receiver, traditional running back and perhaps even as a Wildcat quarterback. We see him lining up in the slot between Dwayne Bowe and Chris Chambers on the outside with either Jamaal Charles or Thomas Jones in the backfield. He will also see time on special teams as a return man, and the Chiefs hope he can be a more offensive version of Dante Hall. We consider McCluster a sleeper this season as a low-end No. 3 Fantasy WR. He's worth a late-round pick in seasonal leagues, especially PPR formats, and he should go with a mid-round selection in rookie-only drafts and keeper formats.

FL 0 0 1

Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE

Fantasy Points 115 144 133

Josh Morgan, SF

Bye: 9

Josh Morgan is expected to start for the 49ers this year opposite Michael Crabtree. He's entering his third year in the NFL, which is typically when wide receivers have a breakout season, so plenty of eyes are on him. In 2009, Morgan was inconsistent at best. He had 52 catches for 527 yards (10.1 yards per catch) with three touchdowns. While Morgan could improve this year, he should enter the season as a one-week replacement in standard leagues or a reserve Fantasy option in deeper formats. He should not be drafted in the majority of leagues. Instead, see how he does early in the season before adding him off the waiver wire, and hopefully this is his breakout year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 38 460 2 52 527 3 20 319 3

Fantasy Points 60 76 49

FL 0 0 0

Bye: 8

Browns WR Mohamed Massaquoi hopes to add consistency to his 2010 season after being a boom-or-bust Fantasy option as a rookie. Massaquoi finished with 624 yards on 34 catches (a wild 18.4 avg.) with three scores, but most of those stats came in three games against the Bengals, Lions and Raiders when he totaled 16 catches for 324 yards and two touchdowns. The rest of his games were weak as he topped just 40 yards once in those remaining 13 games. The Browns will definitely give Massaquoi the chance to play in 2010, so it's just a matter of him developing consistency. He's worth a late-round pick in drafts as a reserve Fantasy WR with upside, but that's about it. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 42 605 3 34 624 3

FL 2 1

Fantasy Points 75 78

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Randy Moss, NE

Bye: 5

Randy Moss was inconsistent in his play at times in 2009 and was even accused of giving up during games, but his overall body of work from last year suggests he's still among the best Fantasy wide receivers. Moss tied Larry Fitzgerald for the most touchdowns for a wide receiver in 2009 with 13. He also finished with 83 catches for 1,264 yards (15.2 yards per catch) and a lost fumble. He had nine games with double figures in Fantasy points and three games with five points or less. But this is what you get with Moss most weeks - boom and a little bit of a bust. In the end, his stats should remain at a high level even though he will be 33 this season. In three years with the Patriots he has accumulated 250 catches for 3,765 yards and 47 touchdowns. In two seasons with Tom Brady, Moss has 181 catches for 2,757 yards and 36 touchdowns. He will likely see some extra coverage to start the season with Wes Welker coming off a knee injury, but that could also mean more targets in his direction. And he's also entering a contract year, so one last big pay day likely will motivate Moss to play big. We like Moss as a Top 5 Fantasy WR worth a pick in Round 2. He should have another outstanding season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 84 1,256 11 83 1,264 13 69 1,008 11

FL 1 1 2

Santana Moss, WAS

Fantasy Points 181 204 162

Bye: 9

Santana Moss has been an inconsistent Fantasy option from year to year and week to week, but he garnered attention this offseason for something more serious: alleged HGH use. His name was tied to a doctor who allegedly gave him some of the illegal drug to help his ailing knee last year, and it could cost him some playing time. Not that that should crush Fantasy owners -- Moss has yet to post back to back 1,000-yard seasons in nine years in the NFL, and only once has he had six or more touchdowns in consecutive seasons (2005-06). In 2009, Moss had just three touchdowns, his lowest total since his rookie season in 2001. He also had only 70 catches for 902 yards. Even with Donovan McNabb coming in at quarterback and head coach Mike Shanahan installing his version of the West Coast offense, there's a cloud over Moss that's tough to shake. Throw in a knee procedure he had this offseason, which may or may not slow him down, and he doesn't register high on the Fantasy scale. Plan on drafting Moss with a middle- to late-round pick as a good reserve Fantasy receiver. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 62 789 5 70 902 3 79 1,044 6

FL 2 1 1

Louis Murphy, OAK

Fantasy Points 107 106 140

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 45 642 3 34 521 4

Hakeem Nicks, NYG

Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 59 840 6 47 790 6

Fantasy Points 108 115

FL 2 0

Chad Ochocinco, CIN

Bye: 6

Chad Ochocinco is hoping to continue to improve this season after a resurgent year in 2009. Ochocinco had his seventh 1,000-yard season in eight years in 2009, and if not for his fourth season with at least nine touchdowns, he would have still been a bit of a disappointment in Fantasy. But Ochocinco didn't focus on his off-field antics and instead played ball, finishing with 1,047 yards on 72 catches (14.5 avg.) with nine end-zone trips. That's not bad considering that the Bengals ran the ball more than threw it. Ochocinco got the help he needed this offseason with the Bengals signing Terrell Owens and Antonio Bryant to help draw coverage. While those two, especially Owens, could steal away targets, Ochocinco should still have another solid year. Consider him a No. 2 Fantasy WR worth a pick between Rounds 4 and 5 this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 74 1,030 8 72 1,047 9 53 540 4

Fantasy Points 150 157 78

FL 1 2 0

Terrell Owens, CIN

Bye: 6

Terrell Owens signed with the Bengals on the eve of training camp, and he should end up starting for Cincinnati opposite Chad Ochocinco. Owens spent 2009 in Buffalo and posted his lowest stats since 2005 when he was ultimately banished from Philadelphia. Owens finished the season with 55 catches for 829 yards (15.1 yards per catch) and five touchdowns. He also added six carries for 54 yards and a touchdown. Owens is 36 and far from the WR he was during his days with Dallas, Philadelphia and San Francisco, but being paired with Carson Palmer should help his Fantasy value. He could be a serviceable No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a mid-round pick since he's still in tremendous shape and wasn't a distraction for the Bills despite being on a losing team with terrible QB play -- he even had five games with double digits in Fantasy points. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 58 833 6 55 829 5 69 1,052 10

Fantasy Points 115 123 166

FL 2 0 1

Bye: 10

Louis Murphy will look to build on a surprising rookie season with the Raiders in which he finished as the team's most productive wide receiver. He finished the year with 34 catches for 521 yards and four touchdowns and added six carries for 31 yards. The Raiders improved their passing game with the addition of QB Jason Campbell, and that will help Murphy in his growth. Murphy is worth a look with a late-round pick in all Fantasy leagues. He has established himself as a starter in Oakland and could improve now that Campbell is under center. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

become more consistent, but that could come with age and experience. Because of his upside, we view Nicks as a top-end No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a pick between the middle rounds of drafts this summer.

FL 1 0

Fantasy Points 74 79

Bye: 8

Hakeem Nicks was a surprise rookie in 2009 and could be a Fantasy superstar in 2010. He finished last season with 47 catches for 790 yards and six scores and showed plenty of big-play ability. This year he could become more of a goto threat for Eli Manning, making him a potential breakout player. Steve Smith will remain Manning's favorite target, and Mario Manningham will also play a significant role, but Nicks could become a very important part of the Giants' offense. He did have his fair share of drops as a rookie and will need to

Sidney Rice, MIN Bye: 4 Sidney Rice was expected to continue his onslaught of the league in 2010, but his hip sent him in the opposite direction. Following his breakout 2009 that saw him end up with 83 catches for 1,312 yards (15.8 avg.) and eight touchdowns (with 100 yards and/or a touchdown in 10 of his last 14 games), a hip injury he and the Vikings were hush-hush on this offseason went public in early July, then in late August he had surgery to fix the problem. He is now expected to miss half of the season while on the PUP list. Even though he's in a contract year, he cannot be considered a startable Fantasy WR at this point. Draft him with a middle- to late-round pick with the idea of stashing him at the end of your bench and hoping to put him into lineups toward the second half of the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 38 512 4 83 1,312 8 15 141 4

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Fantasy Points 66 177 38

FL 1 1 0

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Andre Roberts, ARI

Bye: 6

The Cardinals drafted WR Andre Roberts in the third round of the NFL Draft at No. 88 overall. Roberts, from the Citadel, will likely be the No. 4 WR for the Cardinals behind Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Breaston and Early Doucet, and the hope is Roberts can return punts this season. Roberts could play a role on offense if Doucet struggles to step up as the No. 3 WR, but we see Roberts making more of an impact on special teams. He has minimal Fantasy value in seasonal leagues and should not be drafted in the majority of leagues this season. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 7 105 0

FL 0

Laurent Robinson, STL

Fantasy Points 12

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 39 473 3 13 167 1 5 52 0

Bye: 10

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 30 371 3 29 365 2 15 226 2

Fantasy Points 55 48 34

FL 0 0 0

Bye: 9

Laurent Robinson is looking to pick up where last season ended. In 2009, Robinson was headed toward a breakout season for the Rams before breaking his leg in Week 3. Prior to that, Robinson had 13 catches for 167 yards and one touchdown. He has potential to play well this year with rookie QB Sam Bradford now under center. Consider him a sleeper worthy of a late-round pick, and it helps that he's entering a potential contract year. The one detractor for Robinson could be the addition of rookie WR Mardy Gilyard, who could cut into Robinson's playing time, but we still think Robinson can excel in 2010. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Chaz Schilens, OAK

Chaz Schilens has a chance for a breakout season this year, his third in the NFL, if he can stay healthy and build off a strong finish in 2009. The addition of QB Jason Campbell should make Schilens a sleeper in 2010, but more foot surgery this offseason and foot problems in the early days of training camp might hurt his chances. A foot injury last August limited Schilens to only eight games last season, but he finished strong with 29 catches for 365 yards (12.6 avg.) and two touchdowns. But because he's dogged by foot problems, he's not even worth drafting any more. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters.

FL 1 0 0

Fantasy Points 63 22 5

Jordan Shipley, CIN

Bye: 6

The Bengals drafted Texas WR Jordan Shipley with a third-round pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. The record-setting inside receiver could battle for significant playing time with the Bengals in camp this summer. He's one to keep an eye on in the preseason; if we see a lot of him lining up with the first-team offense he could warrant a late-round pick in seasonal drafts. He's a safer bet as a lateround pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and as an early- to middle-round pick in rookie-only formats. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 17 195 1

Fantasy Points 26

FL 0

Mike Sims-Walker, JAC Eddie Royal, DEN

Bye: 9

Eddie Royal is entering his third year in the NFL, which is typically when wide receivers have a breakout season. The Broncos would be very happy if that happened as Royal is currently their best receiver following the mid-April trade of Brandon Marshall to Miami. That could change after Denver drafted WR Demaryius Thomas at No. 22 overall, but Royal still has plenty of expectations to fulfill coming into the year. He needs a breakout after a terrible sophomore campaign that saw him muster up just 37 catches for 345 yards (9.3 yards per catch) with no touchdowns. Coach Josh McDaniels said one of his biggest regrets was he didn't involve Royal more, and Royal himself said he struggled with the playbook and roles asked of him, but that should change this season. Obviously, the opportunity will be there for him now that Marshall is gone, but it's a stretch to say he'll be a reliable Fantasy option on a weekly basis. Consider him nothing more than a situational No. 3 Fantasy WR – he's definitely a solid reserve wideout – worth taking with a late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 44 521 3 37 345 0 91 980 5

FL 1 0 1

Emmanuel Sanders, PIT

Fantasy Points 60 34 138

Bye: 5

The Steelers spent a third-round pick on SMU WR Emmanuel Sanders in the 2010 NFL Draft. Sanders doesn't have much in the way of size but has good hands and explosiveness. He could figure into the mix at receiver this year with a good training camp -- especially if vets like Antwaan Randle El and Arnaz Battle can't cut the mustard. We'll keep an eye on him for you, but don't expect him to be worthy of anything more than a late-round draft pick in the deepest of seasonal leagues. We like him better with a late pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a Top-30 choice in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 30 359 2

FL 0

Fantasy Points 49

Bye: 9

Mike Sims-Walker finally had the chance to play big in 2009, and he did. Now he hopes to keep it going into 2010. A waiver-wire surprise at the beginning of the season, Sims-Walker effectively played in 14 games and caught 63 passes for 869 yards (13.8 avg.) and seven touchdowns. He played better at home, getting six of his seven scores and all but 19 of his receptions there, so that's something to be mindful of. But Sims-Walker ultimately has room to improve, and that's what will attract Fantasy owners. He's best as a No. 3 Fantasy WR worth a mid-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 65 884 6 63 869 7 16 217 0

Fantasy Points 113 126 21

FL 2 1 0

Steve Smith, CAR

Bye: 6

Lots of things "snapped" for Steve Smith since late last season. His streak of 1,000-yard receiving seasons for one, and his forearm -- twice. Smith broke his forearm in Week 16 against the Giants, ending his season early, then broke it again at his youth football camp in mid-June. He's not expected to participate in training camp but should take in a preseason game or two and be OK for the start of the season. But there are more issues for Smith with quarterback play and receiving talent around him being key. But late last season Smith got going with Matt Moore at QB and finished with a touchdown in each of his last three games, and that should be his passer in 2010. Though Smith still has some excellent speed, the reality that he's entering his 10th NFL season on a run-first team with no sure thing at QB pushes him out of the No. 1 Fantasy WR category that we've associated him with for a while. He's a good No. 2 option at this point -- especially with his arm in a sling for the month of July -- and he could even slip to the middle rounds in some drafts as owners are scared he'll get hurt or not be ready for Week 1. If you can get him as a No. 2 receiver, you're doing fine, but if you can snare him to be your No. 3 receiver, you're committing larceny. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 76 1,160 7 65 982 7 78 1,421 6

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Fantasy Points 161 144 179

FL 1 0 1

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Steve Smith, NYG

Bye: 8

Steve Smith had a breakout season for the Giants in 2009 -- his third year in the NFL -- and now has to prove he can do it again. Smith set the franchise single-season record for catches in 2009 with 107, and his 1,220 receiving yards were the second-highest total in team history. He also added seven touchdowns. His goal this offseason is to increase his role in the deep passing game, which would only enhance his value. Smith has become Eli Manning's go-to receiver, and we like Smith as a high-end No. 2 Fantasy option, especially since this is a potential contract year for him. In leagues where receptions count, Smith should be considered a No. 1 option, and he's worth drafting in Round 3 in those leagues and Round 4 in standard-scoring formats. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 96 1,214 7 107 1,220 7 57 574 1

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 163 164 63

Devin Thomas, WAS

Bye: 9

Devin Thomas has the chance for a breakout season in his third year in the NFL, especially with the wholesale changes the Redskins made at head coach and quarterback. Thomas showed flashes in 2009 with 25 catches for 325 yards and three touchdowns, but the majority of that production came in Week 13 against New Orleans when he had seven catches for 100 yards and two scores. His training camp didn't start well and he was third on the team's WR depth chart in early August. Until he can improve his stock with the club, Fantasy owners should pass on him in drafts and look for him off waivers during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 26 361 2 25 325 3 15 120 0

Fantasy Points 40 50 23

FL 0 0 0

Mike Thomas, JAC Donte' Stallworth, BAL

Bye: 8

Released by the Browns following the end of his league-mandated season-long suspension for being convicted of vehicular manslaughter, WR Donte Stallworth signed a one-year deal with the Ravens this offseason and intends on resurrecting his career. Stallworth's stats have been in a freefall since 2005, declining every season thereafter. But reports of his speed still being an asset and his experience a plus could put him in a position to help the Ravens' offense. We don't recommend drafting Stallworth, but considering him as a one-week replacement off waivers during the season might not be a bad idea. After all, he's got a lot to play for and prove. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 31 485 2 0 0 0 17 170 1

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 61 0 23

Bye: 9

Mike Thomas hopes to build on a pretty good rookie campaign this season and possibly land a starting role. The 5-foot-8 speedster was pressed into action due to receiver injuries last year and pieced his way to 453 yards on 48 receptions with a touchdown. He also chipped in 86 yards rushing and returned kickoffs and punts. We expect Thomas to battle for playing time on offense, making him a candidate for as many as 50 catches. But with concerns about size and durability along with the Jaguars tepid passing offense putting doubt into his potential, he's no better than a middle- to low-end reserve worth a lateround pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 41 465 3 48 453 1

Fantasy Points 63 57

FL 1 1

Mike Wallace, PIT Golden Tate, SEA

Bye: 5

The Seahawks drafted WR Golden Tate in the second round of the NFL Draft at No. 60 overall. Tate, who was a standout at Notre Dame, has the chance to start this season opposite T.J. Houshmandzadeh with Nate Burleson now in Detroit. Tate's main competition will likely come from Deion Branch and Deon Butler, but we expect Tate to win the job under the new coaching staff for the Seahawks. He should be considered a sleeper in seasonal leagues worth a late-round pick, and we like Tate as an early-round selection in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 42 541 3

FL 1

Demaryius Thomas, DEN

Fantasy Points 74

Bye: 9

The Broncos drafted WR Demaryius Thomas at No. 22 overall from Georgia Tech as the first WR taken in the NFL Draft. Thomas is hoping to replace the recently departed Brandon Marshall. Thomas played in Georgia Tech's option offense — a run-heavy game — but still managed to catch 46 passes for 1,154 yards this past season, at 25.1 yards per catch. Thomas is trying to recover from a foot injury in February -- he had broken the fifth metatarsal in his foot. He spent March and much of April going through rehab and said he is "90 percent" healed. He has the potential to be a sleeper this year if healthy, and we like Thomas with a late-round pick in all leagues. He should go higher in rookie-only drafts and keeper formats, but the biggest thing to keep an eye on this offseason is his foot injury. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 41 569 3

FL 1

Fantasy Points 65

Bye: 5

Fantasy owners are crossing their fingers that Steelers WR Mike Wallace doesn't suffer a sophomore slump in 2010. The Steelers are hoping the same thing after trading Santonio Holmes to the Jets in April. But Wallace also took a hit with Ben Roethlisberger being suspended for the first four games of the season. Wallace broke out last season with 39 catches for 756 yards (19.4 avg., which was best in the NFL) with six touchdowns and another 48 yards rushing. Wallace gave the Steelers' offense a deep-ball dimension in 2009, but he might have to cool his jets with Big Ben now suspended. Starting and playing more often might make him more consistent, but his receiving average should drop and the inconsistent QB play without Big Ben could hurt. Think of him as no better than a low-end No. 3 Fantasy WR who will likely go late in drafts. He has potential to be a star, but it won't likely happen until Roethlisberger returns following the suspension. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 54 758 6 39 756 6

Fantasy Points 104 113

FL 1 1

Kevin Walter, HOU

Bye: 7

Kevin Walter agreed to a new contract to return to the Texans this offseason. He disappointed Fantasy owners last season despite catching 53 passes as he only picked up 611 yards and two touchdowns. Early in the season he lost opportunities to TE Owen Daniels, but even when Daniels went down with a knee injury, Walter couldn't pick up his numbers. The good news is that Walter has at least 50 catches in his last three seasons, so counting on him being involved is safe. Treat him like a quality reserve WR in standard formats and a low-end No. 3 option in deeper leagues and PPR formats, making him very worthy of a late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 51 635 3 53 611 2 60 899 8

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Fantasy Points 73 75 139

FL 0 0 0

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Hines Ward, PIT

Bye: 5

Hines Ward has gotten back to being a 1,000-yard receiver and is expected to at least come close to that mark for the third consecutive year in 2010. Last year he caught 95 balls for 1,167 yards and six touchdowns, and that's a pretty good expectation for him even without Santonio Holmes on his team anymore and with Ben Roethlisberger suspended for the first six games. He's had 1,000 yards in six of his last nine seasons with 975 yards in two of the three seasons he missed the mark. He also has had at least six touchdowns in seven of his last eight seasons. Ward isn't a reliable No. 1 Fantasy WR, but he's as reliable as you can ask for as a No. 2 choice – and best of all people pass on him because he's "old" (he'll be 34 years old at the start of the season). Ward could take a hit with Big Ben out for the start of the season, but he remains a worthy No. 2 Fantasy WR worth a mid-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 79 988 8 95 1,167 6 82 1,047 7

FL 0 1 0

Nate Washington, TEN

Fantasy Points 147 150 146

Bye: 9

Nate Washington is a candidate to break out further in 2010 after his first season with the Titans worked out fairly well for him. Washington posted career-bests with six touchdowns and 47 receptions, though he only racked up 569 yards in his first year coming to Tennessee from Pittsburgh. Washington should be good for those kinds of totals this season, making him a solid reserve Fantasy WR worth a late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 58 704 6 47 569 6 40 631 3

FL 1 0 0

Reggie Wayne, IND

Fantasy Points 97 93 82

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 95 1,326 9 100 1,264 10 82 1,145 6

FL 0 0 0

Wes Welker, NE

Fantasy Points 187 184 152

Bye: 5

Wes Welker has worked hard this offseason to come back from a terrible knee injury suffered in a meaningless game in Week 17 last year at Houston. With surgery in February, no one thought he'd have a chance to start the season ontime, but save for a few days on the preseason PUP list, he appears to be rehabbed and ready to play. Multiple accounts from Patriots practices said Welker was running without limitations and able to make cuts with some explosion. If you're hesitant to draft Welker because of the torn ACL he had, then you should probably look for another receiver. But with the rehab behind him and working in pads in full going on this preseason, Welker appears to be back at full strength. He is worth drafting as no worse than a low-end No. 2 Fantasy option in standard leagues with a pick as soon as Round 4 or 5, and he's worth a third-round selection in PPR leagues now that 100 catches doesn't seem out of the realm of possibility. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 104 1,201 5 123 1,348 4 112 1,165 3

Bye: 8

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 87 1,211 9 85 1,153 11 88 1,382 7

Fantasy Points 173 181 178

FL 1 0 1

Damian Williams, TEN

Bye: 9

The Titans used their second pick of the 2010 NFL Draft on Southern California WR Damian Williams, and judging by head coach Jeff Fisher's comments on Draft Day, they plan to use him immediately on special teams as a punt returner. Of course, that means he might contribute sparingly on offense. If your league counts special-teams yardage, he might be worth a look late in drafts. Otherwise he's a long-term project for the Titans; he'll be buried on the depth chart behind Kenny Britt, Nate Washington and Justin Gage. He's worth a late pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and a mid-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 18 224 1

Fantasy Points 29

FL 0

Bye: 7

Like Peyton Manning is to Fantasy quarterbacks, Reggie Wayne is as safe as they come among Fantasy receivers. Wayne posted his sixth-straight 1,000yard season in 2009 with 1,264 yards on 100 catches (12.6 avg.), and for the second time in three years reeled in 10 touchdowns. He added 16 receptions for 164 yards in three postseason games with another touchdown. Although he finished the year with a rough six-game skid that saw him own one game over 50 yards and two touchdown catches, and although the Colts have developed more receivers for Peyton Manning to spread the ball around to, Wayne is still expected to serve as a No. 1 Fantasy receiver in 2010. He's worthy of a pick starting at the beginning of Round 2, and you can count on another outstanding year for Wayne this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Roddy White, ATL

Roddy White remains as the Falcons' top target and a No. 1 Fantasy WR. His yardage took a dip in 2009, but he made up for it with a career-high in touchdowns. He finished the year with 1,153 yards on 85 catches (a career-low 13.6 avg.) but the 11 scores he had helped his Fantasy owners even though he had just four 100-yard games. But he scored in all four of those games and only had seven games without 100 yards and/or a touchdown. Getting Matt Ryan back healthy for 2010 will help his cause, but the reality is that White is a safe candidate for good yardage and touchdowns over the course of the season. Continue to view him as a quality Fantasy WR worth a pick between Rounds 3 and 4 in drafts this summer.

FL 0 0 1

Roy E. Williams, DAL

Bye: 4

We always talk about wide receivers entering their third season in the NFL and that's typically a breakout season. Well, this will be Roy E. Williams' third year with the Cowboys, and maybe he can finally have a breakthrough year. Williams has struggled since joining Dallas in a trade from Detroit early in 2008. He was expected to replace the departed Terrell Owens last year, but instead Miles Austin emerged as the No. 1 WR for Tony Romo. With Jason Witten also ahead of Williams, he was relegated to a complementary role, and that's not going to help Fantasy owners much. The Cowboys also sent a clear message to Williams with the addition of WR Dez Bryant in the first round of the NFL Draft. Bryant could compete with Williams for a starting spot. Williams still has potential to have a good year since he's starting in a pass-oriented offense and was once a quality target when he played with the Lions. But since joining the Cowboys he's been mediocre at best. We view Williams as a reserve Fantasy option worth a late-round pick as long as he keeps Bryant on the bench. He's not someone to consider as a starter, but he could be a bye-week replacement. And if Romo looks his way a little more this year then he might find his way into your lineup on a regular basis -- but that's a big if heading into the year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 42 578 5 38 596 7 36 430 2

Fantasy Points 78 99 56

FL 1 1 0

Fantasy Points 150 161 136

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Dallas Clark, IND

Tight Ends Martellus Bennett, DAL

Bye: 4

Martellus Bennett is one of the better No. 2 tight ends in the NFL, but he has minimal Fantasy value as long as Jason Witten is healthy. In two seasons, Bennett has four touchdowns, but he only has 35 catches for 442 yards. Don't plan on drafting Bennett in the majority of leagues, but he would be worth adding off the waiver wire if Witten got hurt. Bennett has the potential to be a standout Fantasy TE, but not as long as he's playing behind Witten. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 17 213 1 15 159 0 20 283 4

FL 0 0 0

Kevin Boss, NYG

Fantasy Points 27 15 52

Bye: 8

Kevin Boss has the potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy TE, but ankle issues and inconsistent play keep him pinned down. Boss underwent ankle surgery in late May, and the belief is that he'll be ready for the start of the season. That's a good thing, especially since he's in a contract year -- a good season statistically should pay off in a big contract. Boss finished 2009 with respectable totals of 42 catches for 567 yards and five touchdowns, but he only scored in four games and had three games with double digits in Fantasy points. The Giants have plenty of weapons in the passing game, so Boss will never post overwhelming stats. He should be viewed as a low-end No. 1 TE worth a late-round pick. Pairing him with another low-end No. 1 TE option on Draft Day is a good idea. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 44 554 6 42 567 5 33 384 6

FL 0 0 0

John Carlson, SEA

Fantasy Points 91 87 74

Bye: 5

John Carlson is hoping to pick up this year where last season ended. Carlson was largely a disappointment in 2009, but he finished the season with a fourgame touchdown streak. That made his overall stats look better -- 51 catches for 574 yards and seven touchdowns -- but he let Fantasy owners down early in the year with only three games over 50 yards receiving for the season. He has potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy TE even with Seattle adding rookie Anthony McCoy, but he's worth drafting as a No. 2 option with a late-round pick. And if he starts out the season like last year finished then he will be a No. 1 TE early in the year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 64 719 6 51 574 7 55 627 5

FL 1 0 0

Brent Celek, PHI

Fantasy Points 106 99 92

Bye: 8

Brent Celek had a breakout season in 2009, and he will look to build on that this year. Celek had 76 catches for 971 yards and eight touchdowns and has established himself as a No. 1 Fantasy TE. His outlook is even rosier now that Kevin Kolb is the Eagles' starting passer; in two games last year with Kolb the tight end had consecutive eight-catch, 104-yard games with a score. We view him as a star in the making who should be considered a Top 5 player at his position -- plan on taking him with a pick somewhere in Round 5 or 6 once the "big three" tight ends are off the board. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 73 910 7 76 971 8 27 318 1

FL 1 0 0

Bye: 7

Only three tight ends had over 1,000 yards last season, but only one of those three had 10-plus touchdowns. That would be Colts TE Dallas Clark, who is coming off his best season statistically in 2009 and should be an impact player again in 2010. Clark ended 2009 with 100 catches for a career-high 1,106 yards (11.1 avg.) and 10 touchdowns. He scored or had at least 80 receiving yards in 10 of his 16 games (excellent for a tight end) and latched on another 18 receptions for 180 yards and a touchdown in the playoffs. While he previously failed to top 1,000 yards in his last six seasons, many see his 2009 numbers as a sign of things to come, especially with so many other threats in the Colts' offense to draw attention away from him. True, those same threats might result in some rough weeks for the TE statistically, but even with the extra depth provided by other athletic players at the position, Clark is still tops. Consider him the best, most reliable Fantasy TE you can draft starting in Round 4 in all leagues this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 76 868 10 100 1,106 10 77 848 6

Fantasy Points 147 171 118

FL 0 0 1

Chris Cooley, WAS

Bye: 9

Chris Cooley is ready to return this season after playing in only seven games in 2009 due to a broken ankle he suffered during the midseason. But he could find himself losing playing time to Fred Davis, who became a star when Cooley was out last season. Ultimately we expect Cooley to resume his role as the No. 1 TE for the Redskins. Cooley said in an interview with CBSSports.com this offseason he is looking forward to playing for new coach Mike Shanahan and is healthy for 2010, and we're sure he's also excited about the addition of Donovan McNabb, who should target Cooley plenty this season. Plan on drafting Cooley with a mid-round pick after all the elite Fantasy tight ends are gone – that's good value for a tight end with a pretty good track record. He will return as a No. 1 Fantasy option this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 68 782 5 29 332 2 83 849 1

Fantasy Points 108 45 86

FL 0 0 2

Brad Cottam, KC

Bye: 4

Brad Cottam will try to rebound from a disappointing year in 2009. He was expected to help replace the departed Tony Gonzalez, but instead Cottam finished with just nine catches for 120 yards and no touchdowns in eight games. He was placed on injured reserve with a back injury, and he will look to rebound this year. But don't expect much from Cottam even though he will enter a potential contract year since he has competition from rookie Tony Moeaki. The Chiefs offense doesn't use the tight end much, and Cottam will have a lot to prove before you can consider him a viable Fantasy option. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 0 0 0 9 120 0 7 63 0

Fantasy Points 0 11 6

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 131 145 37

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Owen Daniels, HOU

Bye: 7

Owen Daniels is looking to return after suffering a serious knee injury last year. Daniels was on pace for a colossal season in 2009 when he tore his right ACL in Week 8 and missed the rest of the season. His numbers at the time: 40 catches for 519 yards and five touchdowns, and you could merely double this to have an expectation for what he could have done with a full season. Even with contract issues surrounding the tight end (he's a potential free agent after 2010), the bigger issue is whether or not he'll be ready to go in training camp as he tore the knee ligament last November 1. Head coach Gary Kubiak said in late July that the team is aiming for Daniels to be ready for Week 1, but that could mean no preseason prep for him. This tempers his Fantasy value since there's a chance his season could start slowly and with light production. Consider him good enough to be a No. 1 Fantasy option worth a middle- to late-round pick, but until he is completely healthy you cannot draft him without getting another tight end later on as an insurance policy. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 62 730 7 40 519 5 70 862 2

FL 1 0 1

Fred Davis, WAS

Fantasy Points 105 81 96

Bye: 9

Fred Davis had a breakout season in 2009 when Chris Cooley (ankle) was injured, and Davis is hoping to build on that this year. The problem is Cooley is back at 100 percent this summer, which should push Davis' playing time in reverse. Still, he has potential to contribute and could be worth a late-round pick in deep Fantasy leagues. Davis had five touchdowns in a four-game stretch from Weeks 12-15 in 2009 when Cooley was out. For the season he finished with 48 catches for 509 yards and six touchdowns in 10 starts. Don't be surprised if new coach Mike Shanahan uses plenty of two tight-end sets to maximize the potential of both standout TE options, and having Donovan McNabb as his quarterback will help. That could increase Davis' value during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 32 342 3 48 509 6 3 27 0

FL 0 0 0

Vernon Davis, SF

Fantasy Points 52 86 2

Bye: 9

Vernon Davis has gone from bust to elite, and now he has to prove he can stay there as one of the top Fantasy tight ends this season. After three disappointing seasons, Davis finally had a breakout year in 2009 with 78 catches for 965 yards (12.4 yards per catch) and 13 touchdowns, which tied the NFL record for touchdowns by a tight end. Davis said in an interview with CBSSports.com that he's confident 2010 will be just as good as 2009, and he's entering a potential contract year. "I knew I always had the talent, I just didn't have the right things around me," Davis said. "I can't do everything by myself. It takes everybody." Davis said Alex Smith getting his job back as the starting QB has improved his outlook (his stats say the exact same thing), and he's ready for a repeat performance. We like Davis as a solid No. 1 Fantasy option, and he's worth drafting somewhere around Round 5. He should be ready to live up to the lofty expectations after finally playing like a star player – you can expect his name to fly off the board on Draft Day once Dallas Clark is taken. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 79 1,041 7 78 965 13 31 358 2

FL 2 0 1

Fantasy Points 142 174 46

Ed Dickson, BAL

Bye: 8

To make sure veteran TE Todd Heap doesn't get overworked again in 2010, the Ravens used a third-round choice on Ed Dickson of Oregon in the 2010 draft. Dickson is considered a "hybrid" tight end with good athleticism and receiving skills but bad blocking skills. Dickson has upside but won't play a ton unless something happens to Heap. He's not worth a pick in seasonal drafts but is worth the late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and an early-tomiddle round choice in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 18 200 1

Fantasy Points 26

FL 0

Anthony Fasano, MIA

Bye: 5

Was Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano a one-year wonder? That might be the case after a disappointing 2009 season. Fasano had 34 catches for 454 yards and seven touchdowns in 2008 and looked like he was headed toward becoming a solid Fantasy option. Instead, Fasano regressed in 2009 and finished with 31 catches for 339 yards and two touchdowns. With the addition of Brandon Marshall to the Dolphins' offense, chances are Fasano won't be a useful Fantasy option again. He's not worth drafting as anything more than a No. 2 option, but he could also land on rosters as a one-week replacement during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 33 339 3 31 339 2 34 454 7

Fantasy Points 52 41 87

FL 0 2 0

Jermichael Finley, GB

Bye: 10

Packers second-year TE Jermichael Finley delivered on his modest expectations in 2009, catching 55 passes for 676 yards (12.3 avg.) and five touchdowns. But it took a while – he only had 17 catches in his first seven games before suffering a knee sprain that sidelined him for three games. He came back from the injury like gangbusters, piling up 38 receptions in seven weeks including four weeks with at least five receptions. There's no doubt that Finley will be a key part of the Packers offense, and there's no doubt that the Fantasy world will consider him a big sleeper for 2010. Consider Finley a lowend No. 1 Fantasy TE with potential to blossom into a solid no-brainer starter by the end of the season. Best of all, he'll be available for the taking with a middle- to late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 73 870 7 55 676 5 6 74 1

Fantasy Points 119 95 13

FL 1 1 0

Antonio Gates, SD

Bye: 10

Antonio Gates continues to be one of the best tight ends in the NFL and an elite Fantasy option, and he could be motivated this season since he's entering a potential contract year. Gates has at least eight touchdowns in six years in a row. He also had his first 1,000-yard season since 2005 last year with 79 catches for 1,157 yards. We like Gates as a Top 3 Fantasy TE, and he's worth drafting as early as Round 4 in all leagues. He'll be 30 this year, but the Pro Bowl TE shows no signs of slowing down. Gates said in an interview with CBSSports.com that he still considers himself the best TE in the NFL. "It's a situation that once you set a standard you have to constantly keep going and constantly do things where you can challenge yourself," he said. "Every year is a challenge. It's a challenge I have. You always set goals for yourself. I'm never complacent. I'm always striving to become better. That's just my motive." Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 89 1,185 9 79 1,157 8 60 704 8

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Fantasy Points 173 163 116

FL 0 0 1

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Tony Gonzalez, ATL

Bye: 8

Tony Gonzalez slightly underwhelmed in his first season with the Falcons when he posted his lowest yardage output since 2002, but his sights are set on doing better in 2010. The 867 yards he gained on 83 catches (a career-low 10.4 avg.) with six touchdowns was enough to make him a Top 5 Fantasy TE in 2009, but not by much. Gonzalez told CBSSports.com that 2010 could "potentially" be his final year and that he doesn't care about stats, just making the playoffs. There's no doubt that the Falcons will continue to use him in their offense, including in the red zone (five of six TDs came from 20 yards or closer), but with their run game and other receiver options just as appealing, Gonzalez's numbers could be limited to what they were last year. Consider him a No. 1 Fantasy TE worth a pick between Rounds 5 and 7 in drafts – if someone in your league jumps on him sooner it might be because they value his name more than his 2010 outlook. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 79 853 7 83 867 6 96 1,058 10

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 127 122 165

Todd Heap, BAL

Bye: 8

For the second year in a row, Ravens TE Todd Heap played in 16 games in 2009. He also posted his best stats since 2006, catching 53 passes for 593 yards and six touchdowns. Heap's numbers were strong early in the season, and there was a significant correlation between Heap's big games and QB Joe Flacco's big games. There was a chance that Heap could build on this season and be even more productive in 2010, but the Ravens improved their receiving corps this offseason via free agency and the draft, likely taking targets away from the tight end (two tight ends were drafted). Additionally, health concerns are still valid. Consider Heap a low-end No. 2 Fantasy TE only worth a lateround pick in the deepest of drafts. You're better off passing on him on Draft Day and claiming him off waivers for short-time use during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 34 409 4 53 593 6 35 403 3

Fantasy Points 65 95 56

FL 0 0 1

Dustin Keller, NYJ Jimmy Graham, NO

Bye: 10

The New Orleans Saints took Miami (FL) TE Jimmy Graham with a third-round pick in the NFL draft. The 6-foot-6, 260-pound Graham is a converted college basketball player who gives New Orleans needed depth behind Jeremy Shockey and David Thomas. Graham will be buried on the depth chart, so he's unlikely to help Fantasy owners much this season. If that changes, then Graham will warrant consideration, but until then you can keep him off of seasonal-league rosters. We do recommend a late-round pick on Graham in dynasty/keeper drafts and a Top-30 pick in rookie-only formats. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 10 161 1

FL 0

Jermaine Gresham, CIN

Fantasy Points 22

Bye: 6

A tight end in the mold of Antonio Gates, Jermaine Gresham is expected to start right away for the Bengals after being their top pick in April's draft. Greshman is an accomplished pass catcher as well as a solid blocker, totaling 66 passes for 950 yards and 14 touchdowns at Oklahoma in 2008 (he missed 2009 with a knee injury). We expect some growing pains in 2010, especially since the Bengals have other good receiving options for Carson Palmer to target. Gresham isn't worth a pick in seasonal drafts but is worth a late-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues and is a late first-round pick in rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 29 397 3

FL 0

Rob Gronkowski, NE

Fantasy Points 58

Bye: 5

The Patriots drafted TE Rob Gronkowski in the second round of the NFL Draft at No. 42 overall out of Arizona. He fills a huge need and could be expected to contribute from Day 1. After sitting out 2009 with a back injury, Gronkowski left college early as one of the top tight end prospects. The Patriots added another tight end in Round 4 with Aaron Hernandez out of Florida. Hernandez and Gronkowski will likely compete for the starting spot, but Gronkowski has more value coming into the season. He's worth a late-round pick in seasonal leagues, and he should be drafted with a mid-round selection in rookie-only drafts and keeper formats. Year 2010 (proj)

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 13 168 1

FL 1

Fantasy Points 21

Bye: 7

Dustin Keller needs to carry over his playoff production from 2009 into this season in order to live up to Fantasy expectations – and he just might do it. Keller helped the Jets reach the AFC Championship Game last season with 12 catches for 181 yards and three touchdowns in three playoff games. His postseason production was what most Fantasy owners were hoping for during the regular season. In 2009, Keller's second year, he had 45 catches for 522 yards (11.6 yards per catch) and two touchdowns with one fumble lost. But if he can use the playoffs as a springboard for this season, along with getting another offseason of work in with QB Mark Sanchez, Keller can develop into a No. 1 Fantasy TE. Further helping his cause is the Jets' addition of fieldstretching receiver Santonio Holmes, who will take targets away from Keller but also make his coverage easier on him. Keller should be drafted as a low-end starting option or even as a backup depending on the size of your league with a late-round pick, but Keller has immense potential. Don't be surprised if he starts for your Fantasy team early in the year if he can build off last year's playoff success. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 48 520 4 45 522 2 48 535 3

Fantasy Points 76 64 71

FL 0 1 0

Marcedes Lewis, JAC

Bye: 9

The Jaguars are expected to have Marcedes Lewis as their starting tight end again this season, and motivation will be high for him to play well because he'll be in a contract year. Of course, Lewis had his best year yardage-wise last year with 518 on 32 catches (16.2 avg.) and a pair of touchdowns. He was a solid one-week replacement option in 2009 and should serve in the same role for Fantasy owners in 2010, although he will receive plenty of competition from Zach Miller. He's only draft-worthy in the deepest of leagues as a No. 2 TE. Keep him on waivers otherwise and grab him if you need him. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 35 471 2 32 518 2 41 489 2

Fantasy Points 59 63 60

FL 0 0 0

Randy McMichael, SD

Bye: 10

Randy McMichael signed with the Chargers in June, and he will compete for playing time behind starter Antonio Gates. The good thing for McMichael is he's reunited with Norv Turner, who was his offensive coordinator in Miami earlier in his career. The bad thing is Gates, when healthy, is clearly the best TE option in San Diego. That means McMichael shouldn't be drafted in the majority of leagues this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 6 70 1 34 332 1 11 139 0

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Fantasy Points 13 39 13

FL 0 0 0

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Heath Miller, PIT

Bye: 5

Fantasy owners are hoping that Steelers TE Heath Miller continues to break out in 2010. His fifth NFL season was his best as he caught 76 balls for 789 yards (10.4 avg.) last year -- career-high numbers. He added six touchdowns and was a solid No. 1 option for owners. There are numerous receivers on the Steelers' roster that will get targeted each week, but following the departure of Santonio Holmes in a mid-April trade, there should still be opportunities for Miller to post receptions and quality stats. The problem for Miller was Ben Roethlisberger being suspended for six games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. That could severely hamper Miller's production, and we view him as a No. 2 Fantasy option to enter the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 59 622 5 76 789 6 48 514 3

FL 0 0 1

Zach Miller, OAK

Fantasy Points 92 114 67

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 70 830 5 66 805 3 56 778 1

FL 1 0 0

Tony Moeaki, KC

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 15 190 1

FL 0

Shawn Nelson, BUF

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 28 342 2 18 157 1

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 49 561 5 60 612 8 54 574 5

Fantasy Points 86 109 83

FL 0 0 2

Dante Rosario, CAR

Fantasy Points 25

Fantasy Points 44 19

Bye: 7

Rookie TE Brandon Pettigrew was beginning to step up and play to the potential we saw in him when he tore his ACL on Thanksgiving, ending his season. He has since rehabbed and is ready to participate in 2010 -- he was on the Lions' PUP list for just a couple of days this summer. A huge, versatile tight end with big hands, Pettigrew ended 2009 with 30 catches for 346 yards (11.5 avg.) and two touchdowns. The Lions' addition of TE Tony Scheffler speaks volumes for what Pettigrew's playing time will look like this season, but there's no denying his potential. With Scheffler coming aboard, Pettigrew shouldn't be considered outside of deeper dynasty/keeper league drafts.

Bye: 4

Bye: 6

FL 1 1

Brandon Pettigrew, DET

Year 2010 (proj) 2009

Shawn Nelson enters his sophomore season trying to make more noise than he did as a quiet rookie for the Bills in 2009. Nelson had 18 catches for 157 yards (8.7 yards per catch) and one touchdown last year. He was expected to battle for the starting TE job in Buffalo, but a four-game suspension has put those plans on hold. Nelson is worth a look off waivers during the season if he begins to produce for the Bills. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Fantasy Points 111 98 83

The Chiefs drafted TE Tony Moeaki in the third round of the NFL Draft at No. 93 overall out of Iowa. Moeaki is more of a blocker than receiver since he had a career-high 30 catches and four touchdowns last year. Moeaki isn't going to make Chiefs fans and Fantasy owners forget about Tony Gonzalez, who was traded to Atlanta last season. Moeaki has minimal Fantasy value in seasonal leagues and is only worth a late-round pick in keeper formats and rookie-only drafts. Year 2010 (proj)

Bye: 8

Bye: 10

Zach Miller might be the best offensive player for the Raiders. He led the Raiders in receiving in 2009 with 66 catches for 805 yards and three touchdowns. In three seasons, Miller has 166 catches for 2,027 yards and seven touchdowns. His stats would likely be much better if he played for a different team, but Miller should improve this season with the addition of QB Jason Campbell, who had a great rapport with Chris Cooley and Fred Davis in Washington. Miller also benefits this season as he's entering a potential contract year. Miller has the ability to be a No. 1 Fantasy option with the Raiders, but he should be drafted as a No. 2 TE and viewed as a sleeper. He is worth a late-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Greg Olsen, CHI

Perhaps no player better enjoyed the arrival of Jay Cutler in Chicago than TE Greg Olsen, who posted career-highs across the board with 60 catches for 612 yards and a whopping team-high eight touchdowns (all scored in six games over the course of the season). His poor yardage total did not keep him from being a Top-10 Fantasy TE in 2009, but the addition of Mike Martz as offensive coordinator will make an impact. Sure, Martz will help the passing game in Chicago, but also keep in mind that Martz has never had much success with tight ends in his career. The subsequent addition of blocking tight end Brandon Manumaleuna can't be considered a good sign either. He's no better than a low-end No. 1/top-end No. 2 Fantasy TE worth a late-round pick, and he shouldn't be the lone tight end on a Fantasy roster. This could be a lost season for the former Miami Hurricane.

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 26 301 3 31 346 2

Fantasy Points 48 47

FL 0 0

Bye: 6

Considered the most athletic of the Panthers' tight ends, Dante Rosario led the players at his position with 26 catches for 313 yards (12.0 avg.) in 2009 with two touchdowns. Can he duplicate that in 2010? In three years, Rosario has five touchdowns and 630 yards on 50 catches, with his receiving numbers increasing annually. He's headed for a contract year in 2010, which should motivate him to play well in order to land a rich deal. Consider Rosario a deep, deep sleeper for 2010 -- some roster moves by the Panthers might help (or hurt) his production. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 25 292 2 26 313 2 18 209 1

Fantasy Points 39 43 26

FL 1 0 0

Bo Scaife, TEN

Bye: 9

Bo Scaife is expected to return to the Titans this season after receiving the franchise tag during the offseason. Scaife has routinely caught between 45 and 60 passes over his last three seasons but sports a poor receiving average (9.6 per catch over his career) and scored only four times in that span. Though his stats perked up a bit once Vince Young started for the Titans last season, Scaife is best suited to be a one-week replacement option off waivers when faced with a favorable matchup during the season. Keep him out of your plans on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 48 516 2 45 440 1 58 562 2

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Fantasy Points 62 48 68

FL 1 1 0

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Tony Scheffler, DET

Bye: 7

Tony Scheffler will play for the Lions following a pre-draft trade in April. He's expected to serve as a short-area target for Matthew Stafford as well as take pressure off of second-year TE Brandon Pettigrew, who is recovering from knee ligament surgery. Scheffler might put up some good stats at the beginning of the season but ultimately his fate is tied to the recovery of Pettigrew. If Pettigrew is a training camp participant with no rust, Scheffler's presence would probably limit both of their stats. But if Pettigrew is sidelined, the door is open for Scheffler to get some decent totals. Bottom line: Scheffler is no better than a low-end No. 2 Fantasy TE worth a look late in deeper drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 30 399 3 31 416 2 40 645 3

FL 1 0 1

Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN

Fantasy Points 47 53 80

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Bye: 4

Kellen Winslow, TB

Touchdowns helped propel Vikings TE Visanthe Shiancoe into Fantasy prominence in 2009, and it should happen again with tight end-loving quarterback Brett Favre back under center in 2010. Shiancoe scored 11 times on 56 catches (essentially a touchdown every five receptions) and had 566 yards to boot. Shiancoe might have been a potential bust if Favre had retired, but with the veteran signal-caller coming back for his 20th season, Shiancoe should do well in the red zone again. Eleven touchdowns is a bit much to expect, but he should still be good enough to use as a solid No. 1 Fantasy option, especially with the Vikings down a target following Sidney Rice's late August hip surgery. Consider the burly Vikings tight end with a pick between Rounds 8 and 10 depending on the size of the league. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 64 680 10 56 566 11 42 596 7

FL 1 0 0

Benjamin Watson, CLE

Fantasy Points 118 122 101

Bye: 8

Benjamin Watson caught on with the Browns this offseason, and it's expected that he'll start and see a lot of playing time with them in 2010. Watson finished last year with 29 catches for 404 yards (13.9 yards per catch) and five touchdowns, and these are the kind of stats he's posted throughout his six years in New England. He has a shot to do a little better than that in Cleveland since he'll see more playing time and might be relied upon a little more in the Browns' passing game. He's still safe to treat as a middle- to low-end No. 2 TE worth a late pick in deeper drafts. In standard formats he should be passed on and considered off waivers during the year. ---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 33 417 4 29 404 5 22 209 2

Fantasy Points 64 70 30

FL 1 0 1

Bye: 4

Kellen Winslow should continue to be one of the best receiving options on the Buccaneers this season -- so long as his knee lets him. After leading the team in receptions (77), receiving yards (884) and receiving touchdowns (five) in 2009, Winslow had offseason arthroscopic surgery on his troublesome right knee. He missed some offseason work but should be fine for the start of the year. The TE is easily the biggest playmaker at the disposal of young QB Josh Freeman and should continue to be a huge part of the Bucs' offense that lacks experienced receivers. He ranks as a second-tier TE, but is still plenty strong as a No. 1 option. Just don't reach for him because he's a familiar name – think about getting him with a middle- to late-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 67 795 5 77 884 5 43 428 3

Fantasy Points 108 118 58

FL 1 0 1

Jason Witten, DAL Jeremy Shockey, NO

Bye: 10

Jeremy Shockey's stats continued to not match the perception that he's an elite Fantasy TE. Playing in 13 regular-season games in 2009, Shockey caught 48 passes for 569 yards (11.9 avg.) and three touchdowns. He also chipped in two touchdowns in three postseason games with 58 receiving yards on seven grabs. Shockey should continue to be the primary tight end for the Saints in 2010, making him worth a late-round pick in deeper leagues as a No. 2 Fantasy option. A late-May seizure at the Saints' practice facility appeared to be a one-time incident and not something owners should be concerned about. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 47 488 3 48 569 3 50 483 0

FL 0 0 2

David Thomas, NO

Fantasy Points 67 74 44

Bye: 10

Saints TE David Thomas, acquired just before the start of the 2009 regular season from New England, paid small dividends for the team last year. Most weeks he didn't put up much in the way of stats, but from Week 10 through Week 16 when Jeremy Shockey was dealing with injuries, Thomas put up some nice totals and ended the year with 356 yards on 35 catches and a touchdown. Since he's staying with the Saints after signing his restricted free agent tender offer, expect him to back up Shockey again in 2010. For now, he's not worth owning in Fantasy. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 16 177 2 35 356 1 9 93 0

FL 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 30 41 9

Bye: 4

Jason Witten continues to be one of the top Fantasy options at his position. Despite struggling for most of 2009, Witten still finished with tremendous stats. He only scored two touchdowns, which was a source of frustration for him and Fantasy owners, but he still had 94 catches for 1,030 yards, which were the second-best totals of his career. "I thought I had a good year," Witten said in an interview with CBSSports.com. "I didn't get in the end zone as much as I liked. You want to be that guy that makes those critical plays." Witten has never been amazing in terms of finding the end zone -- he averages less than four a year in seven seasons -- but he still produces at a high level based on his yards and catches. Consider Witten a No. 1 Fantasy TE again this year, and he's worth drafting as a Top 5 player at his position. He should be selected beginning in Round 5 or 6 on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

---------- Receiving ---------Rcpt Yds TD 84 976 5 94 1,030 2 81 952 4

Fantasy Points 128 115 120

FL 0 0 0

Kickers David Akers, PHI

Bye: 8

David Akers continues to be one of the best kickers for Fantasy owners. He had more than 30 field goals for the second year in a row and 45 extra points in back-to-back seasons. The Eagles offense will continue to give Akers plenty of chances to score points, even with Donovan McNabb gone, and thus he should be considered a No. 1 Fantasy option even at 35. Plan on drafting Akers with a late-round pick, and he should be one of the first kickers to come off the board. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 30 34 52 88.2 32 37 52 86.5 33 40 51 82.5

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Fantasy Points 134 141 148


Connor Barth, TB

Bye: 4

The Bucs signed Connor Barth to be their placekicker beginning in Week 9 in 2009, and he finished the season in that role. The former Chiefs kicker remained suspect, hitting 14 of 19 field goals, though he only missed one from over 50 yards (3 of 4) and two between 40 and 49 yards (5 of 7). Barth will likely compete for the kicking job with the Bucs in training camp, and it's worth noting that a strong season will land him a pay day as he's in a contract year. But Barth must first prove that he's a reliable kicker, and then the Bucs' offense must improve to the point where they can move the chains and get Barth in a position to kick field goals. Once both of those things happen, he'll be worth considering in Fantasy on a regular basis. Otherwise, he's a one-week replacement off waivers during the season when the matchup is right. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 19 24 48 79.2 14 19 54 73.7 10 12 45 83.3

-- Extra Points -Made Att 31 31 12 12 24 24

Rob Bironas, TEN

Fantasy Points 88 60 54

Bye: 9

Rob Bironas continues to serve as a quality Fantasy kicker worthy of a pick on Draft Day. Last season he hit 27 of 32 field goals and all 37 of his extra point attempts, but he averaged 4.67 points per week during the team's 0-6 start and 9.0 points per week once Vince Young got under center and the offense shined thanks to Chris Johnson. Expect Bironas to average close to 9.0 points per week for much of the 2010 campaign, or as long as the Titans' offense remains efficient. He's one of the few kickers who is worth considering before the final round of a Fantasy draft. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 28 31 53 90.3 27 32 53 84.4 29 33 51 87.9

-- Extra Points -Made Att 36 36 37 37 40 40

Fantasy Points 124 128 129

David Buehler, DAL

Bye: 4

David Buehler is expected to compete for the kicking job in Dallas this season. Though he has yet to kick a field goal in the NFL as he was a kickoff specialist last season, neither has his competition, Conner Hughes. Buehler appears to have the edge based on how he's been doing in camp, so tab him as the expected winner of this camp battle. Remember that the starting kicker for the Cowboys could be worth a last-round draft pick because the Cowboys have an explosive offense and play in a great stadium, which is a bonus for a Fantasy kicker. Worst case scenario: You cut him for another kicker if he stumbles early in the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 23 27 51 85.2 0 0 ----

-- Extra Points -Made Att 46 46 0 0

Dan Carpenter, MIA

Bye: 5

Dan Carpenter played well enough in 2009 to earn a spot in the Pro Bowl after Nate Kaeding took himself off the roster. Carpenter made 25 of 28 field goals and 37 of 38 extra points. He only had one field goal of at least 50 yards (52), but he had five games with double figures in points. Carpenter has attempted at least 25 field goals in two consecutive seasons and will enter this season as a low-end No. 1 option for Fantasy owners, especially since expectations for the Miami offense went up following the acquisition of Brandon Marshall. The Dolphins will give him plenty of chances for scoring opportunities, thus making him worth a final-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 22 27 51 81.5 25 28 52 89.3 21 25 50 84.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 39 39 37 38 40 40

Mason Crosby, GB Josh Brown, STL

Bye: 9

Josh Brown has the potential to be a good kicker. In three of the past four seasons, Brown has made at least 25 field goals. He also has a strong leg with six made field goals of at least 50 yards last year. But because Brown plays for the Rams, who have plenty of offensive deficiencies, his Fantasy value is limited. Brown could be a good one-week replacement since he kicks indoors and the Rams offense, when they do move the ball, tends to stall inside the red zone. But don't draft Brown in the majority of leagues since there are more consistent kickers in the NFL. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 26 53 80.8 19 24 55 79.2 31 36 54 86.1

-- Extra Points -Made Att 29 29 16 16 19 19

Matt Bryant, ATL

Fantasy Points 98 92 124

Bye: 8

The Falcons will utilize Matt Bryant as their kicker in 2010 after he found his way on to their roster last season. In five games Bryant made 7 of 10 field goals and all 10 of his extra point attempts. While it was discouraging to see Bryant miss three of four kicks from 40-plus yards (he hit a 51-yard attempt), it's encouraging that he'll likely see plenty of opportunities to kick in 2010. Consider Bryant a sleeper worth picking in the last round of your Fantasy draft if you need a kicker with some upside. It only helps that he's in a contract year, so a good season could mean a nice pay day for Bryant. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 26 50 80.8 7 10 51 70.0 32 38 49 84.2

-- Extra Points -Made Att 45 45 10 10 35 36

Fantasy Points 112 33 131

Fantasy Points 117 0

Fantasy Points 107 114 105

Bye: 10

Packers PK Mason Crosby missed nine field goals in 2009 (four from 50-plus yards) but continued to attempt so many field goals that it didn't hurt him that much. In fact, despite missing nine kicks he still finished as a Top 5 Fantasy kicker in standard-scoring leagues. Making 48 of 49 extra points certainly helped his cause. Crosby should be primed for a huge season: Not only is the Packers offense expected to be even better in 2010 but the kicker will be in a contract year, so a strong season will result in a big pay day. Crosby remains a No. 1 Fantasy kicker worth a pick between the final two rounds of standard drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 27 31 52 87.1 27 36 52 75.0 27 34 53 79.4

-- Extra Points -Made Att 41 41 48 49 46 46

Billy Cundiff, BAL

Fantasy Points 128 133 133

Bye: 8

Billy Cundiff replaced Steven Hauschka as the Ravens kicker early in the 2009 season and managed decent totals, but now he's competing for his job after the Ravens signed Shayne Graham in June. Keep an eye on what happens with Cundiff, but Graham is expected to win the job. Cundiff likely will have minimal Fantasy value this year and should not be drafted in any leagues unless he surprises us and beats out Graham. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 0 0 ----18 23 46 78.3 0 0 ----

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Fantasy Points 0 77 0


Phil Dawson, CLE

Bye: 8

Kicking for the Browns resulted in just 19 field-goal attempts for Phil Dawson last season, but he hopes to have more this season so long as the contract he plays for is sufficient. Dawson held out of offseason workouts with the team because of his unhappiness with his contract; the team signed Shaun Suisham to fill in for him. Playing in just 11 games in 2009, Dawson made 17 of 19 field goals and 18 of 19 extra points for Cleveland. He's a potential free agent after this season, so kicking well could lead to cashing big checks next offseason (though he's trying to do that this season), but the Browns offense isn't expected to be explosive enough for him to see a glut of opportunities. Keep him limited to being a one-week replacement option off waivers during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 24 53 87.5 17 19 49 89.5 30 36 56 83.3

-- Extra Points -Made Att 27 27 18 19 18 18

Jay Feely, NYJ

Fantasy Points 92 69 114

Bye: 7

Jay Feely signed with the Cardinals this offseason after the Jets replaced him with Nick Folk in February. That's a fairly good spot for him since he'll kick for an offense that plays its home games indoors and is now good but not great following the retirement of Kurt Warner and the trade of Anquan Boldin. In 2009, Feely was 30 of 36 on field goals with a long of 55, his lone kick from 50plus yards. He also made all 32 extra point attempts. Consider him a low-end starter in deeper leagues and a guy to eyeball off waivers in case your initial kicker opens the season on the wrong foot. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 23 27 53 85.2 30 36 55 83.3 24 28 55 85.7

-- Extra Points -Made Att 38 38 32 32 39 39

Nick Folk, NYJ

Fantasy Points 111 124 115

Bye: 7

The Jets signed Nick Folk this offseason, and all signs point to him being the team's placekicker in 2010 following Jay Feely's signing with the Cardinals. Folk was among the better Fantasy kickers coming into 2009 when he played in Dallas, but he struggled following hip surgery and was released by the Cowboys in December. Folk made just 18 of 28 field goals last year with 36 extra points with the Cowboys before getting released. On his career he's made 64 of 81 field goals (79 percent) with all 131 extra-point attempts successful. Folk has the chance to return as a No. 1 kicker based on his strong leg, and Feely had over 30 attempts last year with the Jets. Folk might not be worth drafting as a No. 1 option, but he could be a steal off the waiver wire and someone to consider during bye weeks if he goes undrafted. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 26 47 80.8 18 28 51 64.3 20 22 52 90.9

-- Extra Points -Made Att 40 41 36 36 42 42

Graham Gano, WAS

Fantasy Points 103 92 106

Bye: 9

Graham Gano is hoping to stick with the Redskins this season after finishing the year in Washington. He kicked in the final four games for the Redskins and made all four of his field goal attempts with six extra points. He will compete with Justin Medlock for the No. 1 job, but even if Gano is the starting kicker he has minimal Fantasy value and would only be worth using as a one-week replacement. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 19 23 48 82.6 4 4 46 100.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 33 33 6 7

Stephen Gostkowski, NE

Bye: 5

Stephen Gostkowski had another outstanding season for the Patriots in 2009 and will enter this season as a No. 1 Fantasy kicker. Gostkowski made 26 of 31 field goals with two kicks of 50 or more yards. He also added 47 extra points. It's the second year in a row he's made at least 25 field goals, and he should continue to produce at a high level. The Patriots have a high-powered offense, and Gostkowski should get plenty of chances to score his fair share of points. He's worth drafting in all leagues in the final two rounds as a Top 5 player at his position. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 27 30 50 90.0 26 31 53 83.9 36 40 50 90.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 43 43 47 47 40 40

Robbie Gould, CHI

Fantasy Points 126 129 150

Bye: 8

Bears kicker Robbie Gould continued to be a reliable Fantasy kicker in 2009, nailing 24 of 28 field goals with two blocked and hitting all 33 of his extra point attempts. Gould even made his first two career field goals from over 50 yards. While he didn't finish among the Top 12 kickers in 2010, he will be a useful late-round pick in deeper leagues this summer and could see more opportunities to hit field goals if the Bears offense continues to grow. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 26 30 52 86.7 24 28 52 85.7 26 29 48 89.7

-- Extra Points -Made Att 38 38 33 33 41 41

Shayne Graham, BAL

Fantasy Points 118 109 119

Bye: 8

Shayne Graham signed with the Ravens in June after the Bengals let him go following the 2009 season. The Ravens offense is on the rise, and Graham could be a sleeper in all leagues. Plan on drafting Graham with a late-round pick, but make sure he beats out Billy Cundiff, as expected, in training camp. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 22 27 49 81.5 23 28 53 82.1 21 24 45 87.5

-- Extra Points -Made Att 44 44 28 29 15 15

Jason Hanson, DET

Fantasy Points 110 101 78

Bye: 7

Lions kicker Jason Hanson began to show an aging leg in 2009 when he missed seven field goals, including one from 30 to 39 yards, three from 40 to 49 yards and three more from 50-plus yards. The last time the long-time Lions kicker missed seven field goals in a season was 2001 when he missed nine. Typically Hanson kicks with better accuracy than this but his decline in production is cause for concern, as is a minor knee procedure done in early August. Combine all of that with the limited opportunities he's had over the course of the last two seasons (50 total field goal tries) and Hanson doesn't exactly register as a reliable Fantasy kicker. True, the Lions' offense figures to be improved this season, but Hanson is still no better than a one-week replacement off waivers during the season. Don't draft him this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 25 48 84.0 21 28 50 75.0 21 22 56 95.5

-- Extra Points -Made Att 35 35 25 25 25 26

Fantasy Points 90 18

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Fantasy Points 98 90 104


Garrett Hartley, NO

Bye: 10

Garrett Hartley enters 2010 as the Saints kicker after a tumultuous 2009 season. He missed 11 games, including four because of a suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, but he finished the year kicking for the Saints and even booted the field goal that pushed them to Super Bowl XLIV. He made 9 of 11 field goals during the season along with 10 of 11 extra points and hit all five field-goal attempts during the postseason. So long as he doesn't miss any playing time, he should be one of the best Fantasy kickers available to owners this season because he's a part of a very potent offense. Consider him with a late-round pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 28 33 50 84.8 9 11 38 81.8 13 13 47 100.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 48 48 10 11 28 28

Sebastian Janikowski, OAK

Fantasy Points 136 37 67

Bye: 10

The Raiders still have faith in Sebastian Janikowski after signing him to a fouryear, $16 million contract this offseason. It's too bad Fantasy owners don't trust Janikowski the same way -- but maybe you should. Janikowski is coming off the best season of his 10-year career, making 26 of 29 field goals with his only misses coming from 45, 57 and 66 yards. He made six kicks of at least 50 yards, including a 61-yarder that was the fourth longest in NFL history. The problem is the Raiders offense, which doesn't post enough firepower to make Janikowski a consistent option. Still, if the Raiders can improve, then Janikowski could see his value rise. He enters the seasons as a No. 2 Fantasy kicker on Draft Day, but don't be surprised if he ends up as a No. 1 option before the end of the year. He's great to check back for off waivers when you need a kicker during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 22 26 53 84.6 26 29 61 89.7 24 30 57 80.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 31 31 17 17 25 26

Nate Kaeding, SD

Fantasy Points 105 107 103

Bye: 10

Nate Kaeding will enter this season trying to prove he can overcome his playoff failures from 2009. Last year, Kaeding was a star in the regular season as he made 32 of 35 field goals with a long of 55 (one of three field goals from 50plus yards) and 50 of 51 extra points. But in the Chargers lone playoff game against the Jets he missed three field goals and looked lost. He even looked that way during Pro Bowl week, which he bowed out of. Kaeding should rebound to play at a high level again, but keep an eye on his offseason and preseason games. As long as he's mentally OK and not dealing with any problems he should be considered a No. 1 Fantasy option again. The Chargers have a high-powered offense, and Kaeding is worth drafting with a late-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 25 29 53 86.2 32 35 55 91.4 27 32 57 84.4

-- Extra Points -Made Att 40 41 50 51 46 46

John Kasay, CAR

Fantasy Points 119 152 129

Bye: 6

Panthers kicker John Kasay finished 2009 with 31 of 32 extra points made and 22 of 27 field goals made. He continued to be excellent from inside of 50 yards (21 of 23 made) but struggled from 50-plus yards (1 of 4). Still, he's nailed over 80 percent of his attempts for four straight seasons and is at the very least a reliable one-week replacement Fantasy kicker. If the Panthers were to improve their offense, he'd be considered a Top 12 option heading into the season. He's not worth drafting in most leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 25 48 84.0 22 27 50 81.5 28 31 50 90.3

-- Extra Points -Made Att 34 34 31 32 46 46

Rian Lindell, BUF

Bye: 6

Rian Lindell isn't going to overwhelm you with production since he plays for a bad offense with the Bills in a terrible stadium in Buffalo with bad weather. But Lindell made 28 of 33 field goals last season with 24 extra points with a long field goal of 56 yards. He's now made 58 field goals in the past two seasons and has potential to be a No. 1 Fantasy option if Buffalo can improve its offense under new coach Chan Gailey. Don't plan on drafting Lindell in any Fantasy leagues, but he could be worth adding off the waiver wire if the Bills offense improves or even as a bye-week replacement. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 22 26 52 84.6 28 33 56 84.8 30 38 53 78.9

-- Extra Points -Made Att 28 28 24 24 34 34

Ryan Longwell, MIN

Fantasy Points 98 110 126

Bye: 4

Vikings kicker Ryan Longwell certainly enjoyed the improved offense in Minnesota, and he did a lot to help it along. Longwell nailed 26 of 28 field goals and a whopping 55 extra points in 2009. He has missed 15 kicks in four seasons in Minnesota. Longwell will get another shot to kick for the Vikings in 2010, and he'll be motivated to do as well since he'll be in a contract year. Consider him a safe Fantasy placekicker to begin the season, making him worth a pick in the final two rounds of your draft this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 27 32 54 84.4 26 28 52 92.9 29 34 54 85.3

-- Extra Points -Made Att 46 46 54 55 40 40

Olindo Mare, SEA

Fantasy Points 131 136 139

Bye: 5

The Seahawks used their franchise tag on Olindo Mare, and they are expecting another good year out of him. In 2009 Mare had the finest season of his career despite Seattle's struggles. He made 24 of 26 kicks, ranking third in the NFL in percentage, and is now 48 for 53 in his two seasons with the Seahawks. Mare finished the season making a franchise record 21 straight attempts and added 22 touchbacks on kickoffs, fifth in the league. Despite those stats, Mare is still just a No. 2 Fantasy kicker. The Seahawks have plenty of problems on offense, and Mare doesn't get the guaranteed chances like most elite kickers with a better team. Mare is more suitable as a one-week replacement, and he's not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 20 25 51 80.0 24 26 47 92.3 24 27 51 88.9

-- Extra Points -Made Att 37 37 28 28 30 30

Joe Nedney, SF

Fantasy Points 101 100 108

Bye: 9

Joe Nedney has the potential to be a solid Fantasy kicker this season with the 49ers improving their offense, but Nedney has to prove it first. He struggled in 2009 with only 17 field goals, and this was after making at least 26 field goals in three of the past four seasons. Nedney should not be considered a No. 1 Fantasy kicker, but he is worth using as a one-week replacement. And if he starts off the season playing well then he's worth adding off the waiver wire in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 22 26 51 84.6 17 21 51 81.0 29 33 53 87.9

-- Extra Points -Made Att 39 39 33 33 34 34

Fantasy Points 97 99 132

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Fantasy Points 109 88 125


Matt Prater, DEN

Bye: 9

Matt Prater is a restricted free agent this offseason. He is expected to stay with the Broncos and is coming off a solid year in 2009. Prater made 30 of 35 field goals with a long of 51. He also connected on all 32 extra points. Prater made seven field goals in a row to end the season and 18 of his last 19. One concern: With Brandon Marshall gone from Denver, the Broncos' offense might not be as prolific as it was in 2009. Kicking in the thin air of Denver is appealing, so play it safe and consider him a very low-end No. 1 Fantasy option. Plan on drafting Prater with a late-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 19 25 54 76.0 30 35 51 85.7 25 34 56 73.5

-- Extra Points -Made Att 32 32 32 32 39 40

Neil Rackers, HOU

Fantasy Points 93 126 124

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Bye: 7

Ryan Succop, KC

Neil Rackers will compete for the kicking job with the Texans this season with incumbent Kris Brown. He's no longer with the Cardinals, where he struggled in 2009 hitting only 16 field goals on 17 attempts and a long of 48. He also made 37 of 38 extra points. It was the first time since 2003 that he didn't make a field goal of at least 50 yards. In 2005, Rackers was the best Fantasy kicker, but his production has steadily declined each year. Your best bet is to wait on a winner in the kicking derby between Rackers and Brown, then swipe him either with a late pick in late-summer drafts or off waivers before the regular season kicks off. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 19 24 51 79.2 16 17 48 94.1 25 28 54 89.3

-- Extra Points -Made Att 42 42 37 38 44 44

Josh Scobee, JAC

Fantasy Points 101 85 121

Bye: 9

Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee will try to rebound after a rough 2009 season in which he missed 10 of 28 field-goal attempts. To be fair, five of his 10 misses came from 50-plus yards (4 of 9 from that range), though he did miss four kicks from 40 to 49 yards. Because his kicking percentage hasn't been huge since 2007 and because the Jaguars' offense doesn't give him a ton of chances to nail three pointers, he's nothing more than a one-week replacement option worth considering when your primary kicker is on bye. Don't include Scobee in your Draft Day plans. ------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 20 25 50 80.0 18 28 52 64.3 19 25 53 76.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 36 36 30 31 33 33

Bye: 4

Ryan Succop has the chance to be a sleeper kicker this season with the Chiefs offense expected to improve. Succop played well in his first year with Kansas City in 2009, nailing 25 of 29 field goals with a long of 53 and all 29 extra points. He should be able to improve on those stats this year as the Chiefs' offense tries to take the next step with offensive coordinator Charlie Weis on staff. If you miss on all the elite kickers on Draft Day then take a flier on Succop. Otherwise look for him to be a quality one-week replacement during the season, especially if Kansas City's offense improves. Year 2010 (proj) 2009

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 24 28 48 85.7 25 29 53 86.2

-- Extra Points -Made Att 35 35 29 29

Lawrence Tynes, NYG Dave Rayner, CIN

Bye: 6

The Bengals signed placekicker Dave Rayner this offseason, and he is expected to battle for the starting job in Cincinnati. But unless he gets it he shouldn't be considered useful in Fantasy play. His track record (71.2 pct. made field goals) is not exactly strong. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 21 27 47 77.8 0 0 ---1 1 26 100.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 31 31 0 0 3 3

Jeff Reed, PIT

Fantasy Points 94 0 6

Bye: 5

Jeff Reed and the Steelers are expected to be a match once again in 2010 after the team franchised him this offseason. Reed hit 27 of 31 field goals and 41 extra points in 2009, making for one of his best seasons. It was helped along by the Steelers' potent offense, which gave Reed a number of opportunities to kick. More of the same is expected in 2010, which makes Reed worthy of a late-round pick in drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 20 23 48 87.0 27 31 46 87.1 27 31 53 87.1

-- Extra Points -Made Att 39 39 41 41 36 37

Fantasy Points 99 122 119

Fantasy Points 98 92 98

Fantasy Points 107 108

Bye: 8

Lawrence Tynes matched his career high for field goals made in 2009 with 27, and he also had one of his best years with 45 extra points. He will look to build on that this season and remain more consistent. Tynes started off the season on fire last year with three of his first five games with double figures in Fantasy points. But he only had one game with double figures in Fantasy points the rest of the season and let plenty of owners down. Look for Tynes to play like a lowend No. 1 Fantasy option, and he's worth a last-round pick in all leagues. The Giants have a potent offense, and Tynes is a reliable option as a starter or, at worst, as a one-week replacement. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 25 29 48 86.2 27 32 52 84.4 1 1 19 100.0

-- Extra Points -Made Att 44 44 45 45 3 3

Adam Vinatieri, IND

Fantasy Points 119 128 6

Bye: 7

Injuries limited Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri in 2009, but it's the team's hopes that he's available in 2010. He finished last season with 7 of 9 field goals made (none from 50-plus yards) with 17 of 18 extra points hit. Vinatieri is well-known thanks to his Super Bowl exploits, but it's been a while since he's been a reliable Fantasy kicker. Plus, the Colts' offense doesn't give him as many field goal opportunities as you might think. Consider him a good enough starter in deeper leagues, but otherwise consider other kickers before going with Vinatieri. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------ Field Goals -----------Made Att LG Pct 20 23 47 87.0 7 9 48 77.8 20 25 52 80.0

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-- Extra Points -Made Att 45 45 17 18 43 43

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Fantasy Points 105 38 107


make things any easier. We do not recommend drafting the Broncos DST in standard or even deeper formats. They should serve as good one-week options during the season.

Defense/Special Teams Bears

Bye: 8

The Bears DST was not a reliable unit in 2009, but you can throw out the numbers they put up there following a busy offseason. The defense should take quite a step forward in 2010 after adding defensive end Julius Peppers in March and re-acquiring safety Chris Harris in April. Signed to a six-year deal, Peppers is expected to immediately make an impact for the Bears' pass rush and help the secondary pick off passes (that's where Harris comes in) thanks to his pressuring of the quarterback. Peppers meant everything to the Panthers defense and should mean the same to the Bears. The Bears also invested draft picks in potential-laden players Major Wright, a safety, and Corey Wootton, a defensive end with huge upside. But it's all about Peppers -- his presence along with the return of Brian Urlacher should make the Bears DST a low-end No. 1 Fantasy unit. Consider them with a late-round pick in drafts. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 19 12 38 3 1 13 15 34 3 1 22 10 28 6 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 22.1 324.7 152 23.4 337.8 170 21.9 334.7 196

Bye: 6

Bengals

The Bengals DST was a welcomed surprise in 2009, and they will look to build on that this year. They totaled 34 sacks, 19 interceptions, 10 forced fumbles (six recovered) and scored four touchdowns (three defensive) while holding opponents to an impressive 291 points on the year. The Bengals have a terrific cornerback duo in Leon Hall and Johnathan Joseph and also were able to cultivate a pass rush without DE Antwan Odom (he had eight sacks in six games before tearing his Achilles' tendon). The DST isn't exactly a popular option coming into this season, so keep them limited to a No. 2 option. You're probably better off grabbing them off waivers during the season if they play well. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 21 9 36 3 0 19 6 34 4 0 12 12 17 3 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 21.8 318.8 146 18.2 301.4 196 22.8 325.5 151

Bye: 6

Bills

The Bills DST has potential this season under new defensive coordinator George Edwards changing the scheme to a 3-4 look. Buffalo has talent on defense in Paul Posluszny, Leodis McKelvin and Jairus Byrd, and they've added more talent with LB Andra Davis and DE Dwan Edwards along with rookies Torell Troup and Alex Carrington in the draft. The Bills showed their talent in 2009 with 10 games with double digits in Fantasy points. Buffalo, behind nine from Byrd, had an astounding 28 interceptions last year with two defensive touchdowns, 34 sacks, five fumble recoveries and 13 forced fumbles. But the key for the Bills is how quickly they adapt to playing in the 3-4 scheme – they were a 4-3 scheme last season and are switching over this season. If they can build a roster with good 3-4 personnel, then they might be worth a look as a sleeper option. But if they can't pull off what the Packers did in 2009, then they'll get roasted. Leave them out of draft plans at this point but keep an eye on them this summer in case they take some steps forward. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Broncos

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 17 7 23 3 0 28 5 34 2 0 10 13 24 5 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 26.1 347.3 121 20.4 340.6 184 21.4 326.1 172

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 24.4 326.3 122 20.3 315.0 197 28.0 375.2 93

Browns

Bye: 8

When you consider DSTs, you typically consider them for their defenses and not their special teams. But thanks to kick returner Josh Cribbs, the Browns are an appealing unit for their special teams, not their defense. Cribbs returned a punt and three kickoffs for touchdowns in 2009, more than anyone else in the league, and with him signed to a new deal he's expected to keep doing it for the Browns. But their defense has a lot of work to do to match up to Cribbs' contributions as they had just 10 interceptions, 11 forced fumbles (nine recovered) and no touchdowns. They did contribute 40 sacks, which is pretty incredible considering the rest of their stats, but they also allowed 379 points and 6,227 total yards. Obviously the winds of change are blowing through Cleveland and their defense is attempting to rebuild – they've already traded pass rusher Kamerion Wimbley (26.5 career sacks) and acquired CB Sheldon Brown and LB Chris Gocong. For now, consider the Browns as a one-week replacement option off waivers when the matchup is right, though if kick- and punt-return yardage count big in your league then certainly the Browns are worth a late draft pick. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 13 9 33 3 0 10 9 40 4 1 23 8 18 3 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 23.5 362.1 127 23.4 389.2 152 21.9 356.5 154

Bye: 4

Buccaneers

The Buccaneers DST didn't have big expectations coming into 2009, and they don't have big expectations for 2010, either. In total last season, the unit was good for 19 interceptions, 28 sacks, 10 forced fumbles (all recovered), with three special teams touchdowns, two defensive touchdowns and an alarming 400 points against. While the interceptions and touchdowns were good, the rest of the numbers were not up to snuff. The Bucs improved their run defense this offseason with the drafting of DTs Gerald McCoy and Brian Price, but they otherwise stood pat. Consider them a one-week replacement off waivers when faced with a good matchup during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 15 9 32 3 0 19 10 28 5 0 22 8 29 7 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 23.9 335.7 130 25.0 365.6 152 20.2 306.1 221

Cardinals

Bye: 6

The Cardinals defense lost two of its stars this offseason when LB Karlos Dansby (Dolphins) and DB Antrel Rolle (Giants) signed with new teams. That will hurt the Cardinals DST, which was solid for Fantasy owners in 2009. The Cardinals still have talented playmakers in Darnell Dockett, Adrian Wilson, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Calais Campbell, and Kerry Rhodes should make an impact after coming over from the Jets. The Cardinals also added a solid run-stuffer in the draft with DT Dan Williams from Tennessee and a good LB to replace Dansby in Daryl Washington from TCU. But the Cardinals DST should be considered a No. 2 Fantasy option entering the season. If they start out playing well then add them off the waiver wire, but they are best suited as a bye-week replacement when the season starts.

Bye: 9

The Broncos defense should have a similar look this season even with LB coach Don Martindale replacing Mike Nolan, but they'll be without pass-rush extraordinaire Elvis Dumervil for most of the season. Dumervil, the key to their front seven and their sack totals, tore his pectoral muscle in August and has been ruled out for four months; the team might put him on season-ending injured reserve. The Broncos have some good inside linebackers and a very good secondary, but they'll struggle for sacks and have a hard time pressuring opposing quarterbacks. Adding a new defensive playcaller to the mix won't

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 14 11 28 2 0 17 13 39 4 0 6 7 25 2 0

Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 15 10 33 4 0 21 8 43 3 0 13 17 31 6 0

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--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 23.1 341.4 139 20.3 346.8 189 26.6 331.5 240

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Chargers

Bye: 10

The Chargers DST will have a different look in 2010 with Antonio Cromartie and Jamal Williams no longer with the team, but there is still talent in San Diego's defense. Shawne Merriman will return, and he will get help from Eric Weddle, Stephen Cooper, Shaun Phillips and Quentin Jammer. The Chargers also spent three draft picks on defense in LB Donald Butler, S Darrell Stuckey and DT Cam Thomas. On special teams, Darren Sproles may not necessarily be the return man anymore with an increased role on offense, but we still think the Chargers will find a way to make plays as a DST unit. They should be considered a low-end No. 1 option worth a late-round pick. In 2009, the Chargers DST had five touchdowns, 15 interceptions, one safety, 35 sacks, 18 forced fumbles and 11 fumble recoveries. They had nine games with double figures in Fantasy points and are capable of duplicating those stats this year. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 17 9 31 4 1 14 11 34 5 1 15 9 27 4 1

Chiefs

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 21.1 339.1 141 20.0 326.9 188 21.7 349.9 161

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 18 10 26 2 0 15 13 23 5 1 13 16 10 3 0

Colts

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 25.4 368.6 126 26.5 388.1 163 27.5 393.2 116

Bye: 7

The Colts DST did not finish as a top unit in 2009, and they're still not quite a top unit to consider for 2010. But they did very well in April's draft, adding key front-seven players like DE Jerry Hughes and LB Pat Angerer. They'll provide depth, if not play in limited roles, this season. Last year the Colts totaled 34 sacks, 16 interceptions, 15 forced fumbles (nine recovered) and three touchdowns (one on a kickoff return). With their special teams expected to remain an unimpressive threat and the defense owning a quality pass rush but not a consistent run-stuffing crew, the Colts are best considered a No. 2 DST not worth drafting. Look for them off waivers when you need a one-week replacement during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Bye: 5

The Dolphins DST will have a new look this season. Mike Nolan comes over from Denver as the new defensive coordinator, replacing the fired Paul Pasqualoni, and the team has parted ways with Joey Porter and Jason Taylor. Jason Ferguson returns, and the Dolphins added Karlos Dansby as a free agent from Arizona and DL Jared Odrick, LB Koa Misi, LB A.J. Edds, CB Nolan Carroll and safety Reshad Jones in the NFL Draft. Miami was terrible on defense last season with 43 sacks, 850 tackles, six fumble recoveries, 14 forced fumbles, 15 interceptions and four defensive touchdowns. They allowed 390 points and were not productive on special teams outside of a few big plays from Ted Ginn Jr. Nolan should turn around the defense, and young cornerbacks Vontae Davis and Sean Smith should continue to improve. The addition of Nolan is key, and he could turn around the Dolphins DST in a hurry. Consider them a sleeper coming into the season and a low-end starting option in deeper leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 17 12 37 3 0 15 6 43 4 0 18 12 41 2 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 26.0 345.2 145 24.4 349.4 157 19.8 328.3 205

Bye: 4

The Chiefs defense has a lot of work to do to improve this season, which is why new defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel was hired. Kansas City will remain a 3-4 scheme, but they will need to add some more playmakers. Last year, the Chiefs DST had five touchdowns, 15 interceptions, one safety, 23 sacks, 13 fumble recoveries and 12 forced fumbles. Jamaal Charles led the way on special teams with 36 returns for 925 yards and a touchdown, but the Chiefs DST isn't going to fool anyone as a starting Fantasy option. They do have potential, especially if Crennel can make a drastic improvement in the offseason, but don't worry about them on Draft Day. Instead, keep an eye on how the Chiefs do early in the season and then consider adding them off the waiver wire as a one-week replacement. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Dolphins

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 19 9 33 3 1 16 9 34 3 0 15 11 31 4 0

Cowboys

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 21.6 326.9 141 19.2 339.2 172 18.6 310.9 197

Bye: 8

Eagles

The Eagles DST continues to be a dynamic unit thanks to their aggressive play-calling and the return abilities of DeSean Jackson. The Eagles DST had 11 games with double digits in Fantasy points in 2009 with six touchdowns, 25 interceptions, two safeties, 46 sacks, 14 fumble recoveries and 16 forced fumbles. Though they traded away quality role players in CB Sheldon Brown and LB Chris Gocong this offseason, they added DE Darryl Tapp and LB Ernie Sims and drafted for defense with DE Brandon Graham, S Nate Allen, DE Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, CB Trevard Lindley and LB Kennan Clayton with their first five picks. We like the Eagles DST as a No. 1 Fantasy option, and they are worth a late-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 21 12 39 5 0 25 13 44 6 2 15 14 48 7 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 21.1 336.9 167 21.1 321.1 236 18.1 274.3 289

Bye: 8

Falcons

The Falcons DST is a No. 2 option heading into 2010 after underwhelming in 2009. The unit picked up 28 sacks, 15 interceptions, 20 forced fumbles with 13 recovered and three defensive touchdowns -- but there's hope for the upcoming season. The Falcons were pretty good against the run but were bombarded through the air, which is why they signed CB Dunta Robinson in March. Then they bolstered their run defense in the draft with the additions of OLB Sean Weatherspoon and DT Corey Peters. If they can add or develop a pass rusher to go with their improved defense and find a speedy return man then the Falcons could be a sleeper. But until they do, keep them off of Fantasy rosters outside of being a one-week replacement option off waivers during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 17 10 30 2 0 15 13 28 3 0 10 8 34 3 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 22.1 330.3 128 20.3 348.9 168 20.3 347.4 154

Bye: 4

The Cowboys DST is underrated when it comes to Fantasy owners, but they should be considered a No. 1 option. In 2009, the Dallas defense didn't allow a 100-yard rusher all season long and finished strong with 42 sacks, 11 interceptions, three defensive touchdowns, 13 fumble recoveries and 18 forced fumbles. The Cowboys DST had 10 weeks with double digits in Fantasy points, and they also have a strong return game with Felix Jones and Patrick Crayton. Consider the Cowboys DST with a late-round pick, and they have a chance to start for you all season long based on their quality production. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 18 11 43 3 0 11 10 42 3 0 8 14 59 2 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 20.7 298.1 215 15.6 316.5 186 22.8 294.3 183

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49ers

Bye: 9

The 49ers DST benefits from several things, mainly some talented players (Patrick Willis, Dashon Goldson, Justin Smith, Nate Clements, Takeo Spikes and Aubrayo Franklin), a defensive-minded head coach in Mike Singletary and playing in a weak division. That should allow the 49ers DST to be considered a middle- to low-end No. 1 Fantasy option worth drafting with a late-round pick. With two games each against the Rams and Seahawks, and now the Cardinals without Kurt Warner and Anquan Boldin, the 49ers should play well defensively. In 2009, the 49ers DST reached double digits in Fantasy points 10 times -- with six against their division foes. In those six games, the 49ers had three with 20 or more Fantasy points, including a whopping 43 in Week 4 against the Rams. The 49ers should continue to improve this season, especially with the addition of rookie safety Taylor Mays and return man Ted Ginn Jr., and they are worth drafting in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 16 13 32 3 0 18 15 44 4 0 12 6 30 4 0

Giants

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 19.9 332.8 172 17.6 326.4 230 23.8 326.0 146

Bye: 8

Perry Fewell will be the Giants new defensive coordinator this season, and he should do well to revive a unit that was decimated by injuries in 2009. The biggest key is trying to replace the departed Antonio Pierce, but the Giants still have plenty of talent on defense with Justin Tuck, Osi Umenyiora, Mathias Kiwanuka, Aaron Ross and the addition of safety Antrel Rolle in free agency and rookie DE Jason Pierre-Paul in the draft. Look for the Giants to rack up a healthy amount of sacks, and the return of Umenyiora, Ross and Kenny Phillips from injury-plagued years in 2009 should boost their pass defense. The Giants DST is a low-end No. 1 option worth a late-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 16 12 34 3 0 13 11 33 4 0 17 5 43 3 3

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 24.6 328.1 140 26.7 323.7 173 18.4 292.0 207

Bye: 9

Jaguars

For lack of a better term, the Jaguars DST was a mess in 2009, and a major philosophical change is in store for this season. After deciding to play in a 3-4 scheme last season, the team totaled a league-worst 14 sacks with 15 interception, 15 forced fumbles (10 recovered) and no defensive touchdowns while teams put up 380 points and 5,633 total yards on them. The Jaguars are moving back to a 4-3 scheme and potentially have a good pass-rush tandem in third-year DE Derrick Harvey and newly signed pass rusher Aaron Kampman. They also added DT Tyson Alualu in the draft, and he is expected to provide a push up the middle. But secondary questions remain, and playing in a division with the Colts, Texans and Titans is never an easy thing. That said, keep the Jaguars DST off of Fantasy rosters unless you're looking for a one-week fill-in during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Jets

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 15 8 26 1 0 15 10 14 0 0 13 4 29 3 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 24.8 350.6 110 23.8 352.1 104 22.9 330.9 129

Bye: 7

It's amazing how much impact a coach can make sometimes, and that's what happened with the Jets defense thanks to head coach Rex Ryan. He brought his aggressive style of defense to New York, and the Jets defense turned into the No. 1 unit in Fantasy Football. In 2009, the Jets DST had four touchdowns, 20 interceptions, 39 sacks, 21 forced fumbles and 16 fumble recoveries. They are tremendous at stopping the run and also have the best cover man in the NFL with Darrelle Revis. The Jets DST should be close to repeating as the No. 1 unit this season and be worth a pick starting in Round 9. They have plenty of

talent with Revis, David Harris, Shaun Ellis, Bart Scott and Calvin Pace and added another CB in the draft with Kyle Wilson in the first round as well as LB Jason Taylor as a free agent. And with Ryan at the helm, the defense should remain aggressive, which is great for Fantasy owners. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 18 11 39 4 0 17 14 32 4 0 14 16 40 6 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 18.1 273.4 217 14.8 252.3 246 22.3 329.4 204

Lions

Bye: 7

Even with defensive-minded head coach Jim Schwartz at the helm, the Lions defense and special teams couldn't get much going in 2009. The Lions finished the season with nine interceptions, two safeties, 26 sacks, 18 forced fumbles (13 recovered) and three total touchdowns (two by rookie DB Louis Delmas). The Lions have made an effort to bulk up their defensive line, not only acquiring veteran pass rusher Kyle Vanden Bosch (who excelled under Schwartz in Tennessee) but also defensive tackle Corey Williams. The biggest addition might be from the draft with No. 2 overall selection Ndamukong Suh, who could be a force right away at defensive tackle. More help on special teams could make the DST an interesting option this season. But until the Lions make those strides, no one will even think about drafting the unit for Fantasy play. Expect to consider them as a one-week replacement option off waivers this season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 14 10 33 2 1 9 13 26 3 2 4 16 31 1 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 25.5 381.5 127 30.9 392.1 116 32.3 403.9 97

Bye: 10

Packers

The Packers DST was a sleeper unit heading into 2009, and they came through big time. Though they started slowly, the unit racked up an NFL-best 30 interceptions, 37 sacks, 11 forced fumbles (10 recovered) and four defensive touchdowns. It's scary to think about how much better this unit could be with more sacks and fumble opportunities, which should come as the team grooms LB Clay Matthews into a pass rusher and potentially adds another rusher to replace Aaron Kampman. So long as Dom Capers is at the control of this unit, consider the Packers DST a high-quality No. 1 option worth a lateround pick. They might be tops in the league in 2010. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 21 9 34 4 1 30 10 37 4 1 22 6 27 9 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 17.9 298.5 216 18.6 284.4 241 23.8 334.4 193

Panthers

Bye: 6

The Panthers DST finished 2009 as a Top-10 Fantasy choice thanks in part to pass rusher Julius Peppers. As a unit they totaled 22 interceptions, 31 sacks, a pair of safeties, 22 forced fumbles (15 recovered) with just 308 points against. And as a unit they had just one touchdown – an interception return by Peppers. But the franchise lost Peppers to the Bears via free agency and doesn't have a solid pass rusher to lean on like they had before. Despite several moves they made to build the depth of their defense, we're not big fans of the Panthers DST until they can develop Everette Brown into a playmaker to replace Peppers and probably add another talent or two. Consider them a one-week replacement option when the matchup is right during the season. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 14 9 20 3 0 22 15 31 1 2 12 13 37 2 0

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--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 23.4 322.9 116 19.3 315.8 197 20.6 331.2 170

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Patriots

Bye: 5

The Patriots defense continues to go through a makeover after losing Mike Vrabel, Rodney Harrison, Richard Seymour, Tedy Bruschi, Asante Samuel and Junior Seau in the past two years. Vince Wilfork returns this season, but the Patriots lost Adalius Thomas when he was released. It's a good thing New England addressed defense in the draft. New England drafted CB Devin McCourty in Round 1, DE Jermaine Cunningham in Round 2, LB Brandon Spikes in Round 2, DT Brandon Deaderick in Round 7 and DT Kade Weston in Round 7. The Patriots have emerging talent in Jerod Mayo and Brandon Meriweather and managed modest stats in 2009 with three defensive touchdowns, 18 interceptions, 31 sacks, 11 fumble recoveries and 20 forced fumbles. The Patriots also didn't have any special teams touchdowns with Laurence Maroney leading the way on kickoff returns (13 for 279 yards) and Wes Welker on punt returns (27 for 338 yards). Don't overvalue the Patriots DST on Draft Day, but they are worth taking if you miss out on all the elite options. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 14 10 31 3 0 18 10 31 3 0 14 8 30 1 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 20.6 323.1 161 17.8 320.2 191 19.3 308.8 158

Bye: 10

Raiders

The Raiders defense needs a lot of work before Fantasy owners can count on them as a potential starting unit or even as a bye-week replacement. In 2009, the Raiders only had double figures in Fantasy points four times, but two of those came against Kansas City. Oakland finished the season with no defensive touchdowns, just eight interceptions, 37 sacks, 13 forced fumbles and 12 fumble recoveries. They did improve in the offseason with the addition of LB Rolando McClain during the draft and Kamerion Wimbley via trade, and those guys should help the likes of Nnamdi Asomugha. But the Raiders DST is still a No. 2 Fantasy option and only worth using as a one-week replacement during the season. They should not be drafted in the majority of leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 13 11 31 1 0 8 12 37 0 0 16 8 31 5 2

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 24.3 342.0 117 23.7 361.9 121 24.3 360.9 165

Bye: 9

Rams

Steve Spagnuolo was one of the best defensive coordinators when he was with the Giants, so hopefully he can influence the Rams in his second year as the head coach. But he needs talent, which he's lacking coming into this year. Aside from James Laurinaitis, Oshiomogho Atogwe and Chris Long, the Rams need work on defense. They passed on help at the top of the draft when they took Sam Bradford over Ndamukong Suh, and time will tell if that works out for them. Last season they totaled just 25 sacks, eight interceptions, and one touchdown while allowing 436 points and 5,965 yards. The Rams added some help on special teams by drafting return man Mardy Gilyard from Cincinnati, and hopefully he can inject some life into the special teams. The Rams DST might be useful as a one-week replacement if they improve during the season, but don't plan on drafting them. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

Ravens

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 10 13 26 1 0 8 11 25 1 0 12 14 30 1 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 27.6 374.4 110 27.3 372.8 107 29.1 371.3 114

Bye: 8

The Ravens defense might have lost coordinator Rex Ryan to the Jets but still finished 2009 as a Top-10 unit. They totaled 32 sacks, 22 interceptions, 15 forced fumbles (10 recovered) and scored four touchdowns (three defensive) while holding opponents to a combined 261 points on the year. Unlike previous offseasons, most the key guys in the defensive unit (Terrell Suggs, Ray Lewis, Haloti Ngata and Fabian Washington) are expected to return, and they added

top talent in pass rusher Sergio Kindle and massive DT Terrence Cody in the draft. The only question mark is Ed Reed, who had serious hip and shoulder surgery this offseason and might not be ready for Week 1. Still, the Ravens have the talent and scheme to remain a No. 1 Fantasy DST worth a late-round pick this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 18 9 33 4 0 22 10 32 4 0 26 8 35 6 3

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 20.1 327.9 175 16.3 300.5 222 15.3 261.1 311

Redskins

Bye: 9

The Redskins DST could be considered a sleeper this season. They bolstered their defensive front by signing nose tackle Maake Kemoeatu and DL Adam Carriker, and they should help new defensive coordinator Jim Haslett as the unit shifts from a 4-3 to a 3-4 scheme. That could be a tough defensive line to crack with Kemoeatu and Albert Haynesworth up front, and the Redskins could improve their pass rush with second-year LB Brian Orakpo's improvement and the potential for a strong year from Andre Carter making the switch from DE. Washington also has a premier LB in London Fletcher and playmakers in the secondary with LaRon Landry and DeAngelo Hall. Consider the Redskins DST a No. 2 option on Draft Day, but they are a solid one-week replacement during the season and could be worth taking a flier on if you miss out on some of the elite DST units. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 16 12 30 2 0 11 6 40 0 0 13 5 24 1 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 21.9 327.3 130 21.0 319.7 146 18.5 288.8 150

Bye: 10

Saints

The Saints DST was a pleasant surprise in 2009 and should continue to be a force in 2010. Totaling 26 interceptions, 36 sacks, 15 forced fumbles (13 recovered) with nine touchdowns allowed (eight defensive – three by Darren Sharper -- and one on special teams), the Saints enjoyed playing strong against the run with the likes of Sedrick Ellis and Remi Ayodele up front and a solid crew of cornerbacks and safeties helping against the pass. Staying healthy also played a key role. They've added defensive end Alex Brown, who was cut loose by the Bears, to their pass rushing corps and should help make their defense strong again this season. They also added CB Patrick Robinson in the first round to bolster the secondary and re-signed safety Darren Sharper. Consider the Saints DST a No. 1 Fantasy DST worth a pick in the final two rounds of drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 18 9 35 4 0 26 13 36 9 0 15 7 28 3 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 21.4 359.6 145 21.3 357.8 230 24.6 339.5 138

Seahawks

Bye: 5

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, Jordan Babineaux, Aaron Curry and newly-drafted safety Earl Thomas, but losing Darryl Tapp (trade to Philadelphia) and Patrick Kerney (retirement) will hurt the pass rush. In 2009, Seattle had three defensive touchdowns, 13 interceptions, 28 sacks, 10 fumble recoveries and 13 forced fumbles. Aside from the interceptions, these were the worst stats for the Seahawks DST in the past four seasons. Don't worry about the Seahawks DST on Draft Day, but if they do improve early in the year then they could be a useful one-week replacement. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 14 8 25 2 0 13 10 28 3 0 9 11 35 4 0

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--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 26.1 365.4 113 24.4 356.4 142 24.5 378.0 147

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Steelers

Bye: 5

By name, the Steelers defense is considered one of the best and as such will be off the board earlier than most DSTs in 2010. But in reality, the unit lagged in 2009 as they finished as a fair-to-modest unit with 46 sacks, 12 interceptions, 14 forced fumbles with 10 recovered and only three touchdowns. Injuries played a part as dynamic players such as Aaron Smith and Troy Polamalu missed a lot of playing time. While they'll be back this year, and while the Steelers addressed their special-teams play with the additions of Antwaan Randle El and Arnaz Battle, they're not worthy of being the top DST picked this summer. Consider them a No. 1 option, but don't be the owner to reach for them between Rounds 8 through 11. After that, they're fair game. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 15 11 40 3 0 12 10 46 3 0 20 9 51 3 1

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 20.6 317.9 174 20.3 305.3 186 13.9 237.3 306

Vikings

Bye: 4

There were high expectations for the Vikings DST in 2009, and they met most of them. Finishing as a Top-10 unit, the Vikings totaled 47 sacks, 11 interceptions, 23 forced fumbles (13 recovered) and three touchdowns (one defensive, two on returns thanks to Percy Harvin). There is early talk that Vikings DT Pat Williams is considering retirement, which would hurt the unit's run defense and pass rush (Williams helps set up pass rusher Jared Allen), and DE Ray Edwards is also a candidate to leave this offseason via free agency. Cornerback Cedric Griffin will also be missed for a chunk of the 2010 season after tearing his ACL in the NFC title game, but other than that the unit should return intact, including coordinator Leslie Frazier calling the plays. Thus, the Vikings DST is still a top Fantasy option worth a late-round pick in drafts this summer. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 15 14 43 5 1 11 13 47 3 1 12 13 45 4 3

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 20.8 357.4 197 19.5 305.5 203 20.8 292.4 212

Bye: 7

Texans

After being considered doormats of the league for years, the Texans DST finally took some steps forward in 2009 and is considered a sleeper unit in 2010. The DST ranked in the middle of the pack and finished the year with 28 sacks, 14 interceptions, a pair of safeties, 12 forced fumbles and three touchdowns (two defensive). The addition of LB Brian Cushing helped slow down opposing running backs, and the defensive line is slowly improving. Houston lost CB Dunta Robinson via free agency but replaced him with rookie Kareem Jackson with a first-round pick. They also have plenty of talent with Mario Williams and DeMeco Ryans. The Texans DST has the potential to be a starting unit this year and is worth a late-round pick in all leagues. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 11 11 32 4 0 14 13 28 4 2 12 10 25 3 0

Titans

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 22.3 340.5 132 20.8 324.8 180 24.6 336.9 131

Bye: 9

The Titans defense didn't quite meet expectations last season, but there's hope for 2010. It'll take some work as they saw potential starter Gerald McRath lose four games with a suspension, and they've lost veteran CB Rod Hood for the season with a torn ACL. But their biggest problem from last season might have been solved: Developing a pass rush. The Titans moved to fix that by adding rookie DE Derrick Morgan from Georgia Tech with their first pick in Round 1. They also addressed other parts of the defense by signing free agents DE Jason Babin, LB Will Witherspoon and CB Tye Hill. Tennessee has already lost DE Kyle Vanden Bosch to the Lions via free agency, and Jevon Kearse, who has run out of gas, is also off the team. Keith Bulluck is a free agent and is also recovering from a torn ACL suffered last season and LB David Thornton is also banged up. Consider them more of a No. 2 option you can pass on in drafts -at least until they field a capable starting defense. Year 2010 (proj) 2009 2008

------------------ Totals -----------------INT DFR SACK DTD STY 17 10 34 3 0 20 7 32 4 0 20 11 44 4 0

--- Per Game --- Fantasy PTSA YDSA Points 23.4 339.2 138 25.1 365.6 166 14.6 293.6 244

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2009 Final Statistics Quarterbacks Player Aaron Rodgers Drew Brees Brett Favre Peyton Manning Matt Schaub Tony Romo Tom Brady Philip Rivers Ben Roethlisberger Eli Manning Jay Cutler Donovan McNabb Kurt Warner Kyle Orton Jason Campbell Carson Palmer David Garrard Joe Flacco Matt Ryan Matt Cassel Matt Hasselbeck Alex Smith Chad Henne Vince Young Mark Sanchez Matthew Stafford Josh Freeman Ryan Fitzpatrick Brady Quinn Jake Delhomme Matt Moore Trent Edwards Marc Bulger Bruce Gradkowski Kerry Collins Shaun Hill Daunte Culpepper Kevin Kolb Chris Redman Josh Johnson Seneca Wallace Kyle Boller Byron Leftwich JaMarcus Russell Derek Anderson Michael Vick Charlie Frye David Carr Brodie Croyle Keith Null Dennis Dixon Chad Pennington Tarvaris Jackson Billy Volek Brian Hoyer Matt Leinart Pat White Troy Smith Drew Stanton Todd Collins Kellen Clemens Tyler Thigpen Brian St. Pierre Mark Brunell Brian Brohm Matt Flynn Charlie Batch Matt Gutierrez Josh McCown Luke McCown J.P. Losman

Passing Att 541 514 531 571 583 550 565 486 506 509 555 443 513 541 507 466 516 499 451 494 488 372 451 259 363 377 291 227 256 321 138 183 247 150 216 155 157 96 119 125 120 176 107 246 182 13 87 33 40 118 26 74 21 31 27 77 5 9 51 23 26 8 4 30 29 12 2 1 6 3 1

Cmp 350 363 363 393 396 347 371 317 337 317 336 267 339 336 327 282 314 315 263 272 293 225 274 152 196 201 159 127 136 178 85 110 140 82 119 87 89 62 69 63 78 98 58 120 81 6 53 21 23 72 12 51 14 20 19 51 0 5 26 12 13 4 2 15 17 7 1 1 1 1 0

Yds 4,434 4,388 4,202 4,500 4,770 4,483 4,398 4,254 4,328 4,021 3,666 3,553 3,753 3,802 3,618 3,094 3,597 3,613 2,916 2,924 3,029 2,350 2,878 1,879 2,444 2,267 1,857 1,422 1,339 2,015 1,053 1,169 1,469 1,007 1,225 943 945 741 781 685 700 899 594 1,287 888 86 581 225 230 558 145 413 201 231 142 435 0 24 259 144 125 83 12 102 146 58 17 3 2 2 0

TD 30 34 33 33 29 26 28 28 26 27 27 22 26 21 20 21 15 21 22 16 17 18 12 10 12 13 10 9 8 8 8 6 5 6 6 5 3 4 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 7 11 7 16 15 9 13 9 12 14 26 10 14 12 15 13 10 12 14 16 17 12 14 7 20 20 18 10 7 18 2 7 6 3 8 2 6 3 3 8 2 6 3 11 10 0 4 0 0 9 1 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 6 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

Rate 103.2 109.6 107.2 99.9 98.6 97.6 96.2 104.4 100.5 93.1 76.8 92.9 93.2 86.8 86.4 83.6 83.5 88.9 80.9 69.9 75.1 81.5 75.2 82.8 63.2 61.0 59.9 69.7 67.2 59.4 98.5 73.8 70.7 80.6 65.5 79.6 64.8 88.9 78.4 50.9 81.9 61.2 71.2 50.0 42.1 93.8 65.3 93.6 90.6 49.3 60.6 76.0 113.4 84.2 82.6 64.6 39.6 21.3 26.1 71.6 63.8 87.0 56.2 44.0 43.2 36.1 79.2 79.2 39.6 42.4 39.6

Rushing Att Yds 59 304 22 33 9 7 19 -13 47 61 35 105 29 44 26 50 41 79 17 65 41 172 36 141 21 10 24 71 47 236 39 93 77 323 34 62 30 49 50 196 26 119 24 51 16 32 55 281 36 106 21 108 31 162 31 141 20 98 17 60 12 -3 14 106 8 22 18 108 12 15 8 70 18 91 4 5 6 4 22 148 16 2 13 76 6 6 19 45 10 8 24 95 4 41 9 27 0 0 5 6 3 27 3 7 17 -10 9 -9 10 25 9 -6 21 81 8 31 9 33 1 0 12 1 2 3 1 2 3 -3 3 -3 5 -5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Avg 5.2 1.5 0.8 -0.7 1.3 3.0 1.5 1.9 1.9 3.8 4.2 3.9 0.5 3.0 5.0 2.4 4.2 1.8 1.6 3.9 4.6 2.1 2.0 5.1 2.9 5.1 5.2 4.5 4.9 3.5 -0.2 7.6 2.8 6.0 1.2 8.8 5.1 1.2 0.7 6.7 0.1 5.8 1.0 2.4 0.8 4.0 10.2 3.0 0.0 1.2 9.0 2.3 -0.6 -1.0 2.5 -0.7 3.9 3.9 3.7 0.0 0.1 1.5 2.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 5 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 4 6 2 0 2 4 2 3 3 8 1 3 6 2 3 2 8 2 2 3 3 1 0 2 3 1 2 2 3 3 0 0 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 6 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FPTS 401 360 348 346 338 325 325 325 318 284 281 278 267 257 257 250 249 248 226 195 194 181 168 157 155 150 114 106 97 94 86 78 76 74 72 68 52 51 49 47 46 44 41 39 39 30 25 23 21 20 17 14 14 13 13 11 8 7 5 5 5 5 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Running Backs Player Chris Johnson Adrian Peterson Maurice Jones-Drew Ray Rice Thomas Jones Frank Gore Ricky Williams Ryan Grant Joseph Addai Steven Jackson Jonathan Stewart Jamaal Charles Rashard Mendenhall DeAngelo Williams Cedric Benson Fred Jackson Knowshon Moreno Matt Forte LaDainian Tomlinson Pierre Thomas Marion Barber Michael Turner Jerome Harrison Cadillac Williams Willis McGahee Tim Hightower Kevin Smith Brandon Jacobs Ahmad Bradshaw Beanie Wells Laurence Maroney Ronnie Brown Justin Forsett Darren Sproles LeSean McCoy Steve Slaton Reggie Bush Jason Snelling Julius Jones Felix Jones Mike Bell Correll Buckhalter Chester Taylor Michael Bush Kevin Faulk Justin Fargas Ryan Moats Derrick Ward Maurice Morris Marshawn Lynch Leonard Weaver Tashard Choice Clinton Portis Larry Johnson Donald Brown Shonn Greene Jamal Lewis Darren McFadden Sammy Morris Brian Westbrook Mike Tolbert Rock Cartwright Arian Foster Ladell Betts Fred Taylor Brandon Jackson Willie Parker Chris Brown Jerious Norwood Quinton Ganther Leon Washington LeRon McClain Mewelde Moore Lex Hilliard

Rushing Att 358 315 312 254 332 229 241 282 219 325 221 190 242 216 301 238 247 258 223 147 214 178 194 209 109 143 217 224 163 176 194 147 114 93 155 131 70 142 177 116 172 120 93 123 62 129 101 115 93 120 70 64 124 178 78 109 143 104 73 61 25 64 54 56 63 37 98 79 76 62 71 46 35 23

Yds 2,006 1,389 1,391 1,339 1,402 1,120 1,121 1,253 828 1,424 1,133 1,120 1,108 1,117 1,251 1,062 947 929 730 793 932 871 862 816 544 598 747 835 778 793 757 648 619 343 637 437 390 613 663 685 654 642 332 589 335 491 390 414 384 450 323 349 494 562 281 541 500 356 319 274 148 228 257 210 269 111 389 267 252 199 330 180 118 89

Avg 5.6 4.4 4.5 5.3 4.2 4.9 4.7 4.4 3.8 4.4 5.1 5.9 4.6 5.2 4.2 4.5 3.8 3.6 3.3 5.4 4.4 4.9 4.4 3.9 5.0 4.2 3.4 3.7 4.8 4.5 3.9 4.4 5.4 3.7 4.1 3.3 5.6 4.3 3.7 5.9 3.8 5.3 3.6 4.8 5.4 3.8 3.9 3.6 4.1 3.8 4.6 5.5 4.0 3.2 3.6 5.0 3.5 3.4 4.4 4.5 5.9 3.6 4.8 3.8 4.3 3.0 4.0 3.4 3.3 3.2 4.6 3.9 3.4 3.9

TD 14 18 15 7 14 10 11 11 10 4 10 7 7 7 6 2 7 4 12 6 7 10 5 4 12 8 4 5 7 7 9 8 4 3 4 3 5 4 2 3 5 1 1 3 2 3 4 1 2 2 2 3 1 0 3 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 3 2 4 2 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 1

Receiving Trgt Rcpt 71 50 57 43 71 53 101 78 18 10 75 52 53 35 30 25 63 51 74 50 27 18 55 40 32 25 41 29 24 17 60 46 41 28 72 57 30 20 45 39 36 26 7 5 50 34 40 29 22 15 80 63 56 40 31 18 30 21 16 12 17 14 20 14 57 41 57 45 56 40 55 44 68 47 39 30 43 35 22 19 4 4 38 31 59 44 19 17 53 37 21 17 15 13 25 20 38 26 37 28 26 15 22 15 12 9 21 15 14 11 4 0 11 8 35 21 27 19 34 25 22 17 32 27 9 8 20 17 3 2 27 21 7 6 21 16 23 19 10 9 26 15 27 21 31 21 20 20

Yds 503 436 374 702 58 406 264 197 336 314 139 297 261 252 111 371 213 471 154 302 221 35 220 219 85 428 409 184 207 143 99 98 350 497 308 417 335 259 232 119 12 240 389 105 301 113 106 150 210 179 140 132 57 80 169 0 88 245 180 181 192 242 93 179 17 187 64 74 186 99 131 141 153 158

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Avg 10.1 10.1 7.1 9.0 5.8 7.8 7.5 7.9 6.6 6.3 7.7 7.4 10.4 8.7 6.5 8.1 7.6 8.3 7.7 7.7 8.5 7.0 6.5 7.6 5.7 6.8 10.2 10.2 9.9 11.9 7.1 7.0 8.5 11.0 7.7 9.5 7.1 8.6 6.6 6.3 3.0 7.7 8.8 6.2 8.1 6.6 8.2 7.5 8.1 6.4 9.3 8.8 6.3 5.3 15.4 0.0 11.0 11.7 9.5 7.2 11.3 9.0 11.6 10.5 8.5 8.9 10.7 4.6 9.8 11.0 8.7 6.7 7.3 7.9

TD 2 0 1 1 0 3 2 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 4 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 2

Misc FL 3 6 1 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 0 2 4 3 2 1 2 2 2 0 1 4 2 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 5 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

FPTS 342 277 270 245 229 226 212 208 197 193 188 185 178 174 172 170 161 159 156 155 153 146 146 144 144 141 140 135 135 131 130 125 124 123 117 116 116 114 113 93 92 90 83 82 81 78 75 74 73 72 70 67 64 62 62 60 60 59 59 57 57 52 50 50 49 49 48 47 47 46 44 44 44 41

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Wide Receivers Player Andre Johnson Randy Moss Miles Austin DeSean Jackson Larry Fitzgerald Reggie Wayne Roddy White Sidney Rice Brandon Marshall Vincent Jackson Steve Smith Wes Welker Marques Colston Chad Ochocinco Santonio Holmes Hines Ward Derrick Mason Steve Smith Donald Driver Greg Jennings Robert Meachem Calvin Johnson Anquan Boldin Percy Harvin Mike Sims-Walker Terrell Owens Hakeem Nicks Mike Wallace Mario Manningham Austin Collie T.J. Houshmandzadeh Santana Moss Jerricho Cotchery Chris Chambers Lee Evans Pierre Garcon Jeremy Maclin Roy E. Williams Nate Burleson Devery Henderson Nate Washington Braylon Edwards Patrick Crayton Devin Hester Steve Breaston Donnie Avery Kenny Britt Jabar Gaffney Earl Bennett Bernard Berrian Antonio Bryant Malcom Floyd Davone Bess Dwayne Bowe Laveranues Coles Jacoby Jones Louis Murphy Mohamed Massaquoi Jason Avant Johnny Knox Josh Morgan Brian Hartline Kevin Walter James Jones Michael Crabtree Torry Holt Michael Jenkins Muhsin Muhammad Mark Clayton Bryant Johnson Andre Caldwell Mike Thomas Josh Cribbs Justin Gage

Receiving Trgt 172 137 125 119 153 149 165 122 154 107 159 162 106 128 138 137 134 129 111 119 64 136 127 91 110 109 74 72 99 90 135 121 96 92 95 91 90 87 103 83 95 94 67 91 82 97 75 87 88 92 86 76 113 87 76 40 96 94 58 80 81 56 69 63 86 103 90 89 74 88 80 63 36 67

Rcpt 101 83 81 63 97 100 85 83 101 68 107 123 70 72 79 95 73 65 70 69 45 67 84 60 63 55 47 39 57 60 79 70 57 45 44 47 55 38 63 51 47 45 37 57 55 47 42 54 54 55 39 45 76 47 43 27 34 34 41 45 52 31 53 32 48 51 50 53 34 36 51 48 20 28

Yds 1,569 1,264 1,320 1,167 1,092 1,264 1,153 1,312 1,120 1,167 1,220 1,348 1,074 1,047 1,248 1,167 1,028 982 1,061 1,120 722 984 1,024 790 869 829 790 756 822 676 911 902 821 730 612 765 762 596 812 804 569 680 622 757 712 589 701 732 717 618 600 776 758 589 514 437 521 624 587 527 527 506 611 440 625 722 635 581 480 426 432 453 135 383

Avg 15.5 15.2 16.3 18.5 11.3 12.6 13.6 15.8 11.1 17.2 11.4 11.0 15.3 14.5 15.8 12.3 14.1 15.1 15.2 16.2 16.0 14.7 12.2 13.2 13.8 15.1 16.8 19.4 14.4 11.3 11.5 12.9 14.4 16.2 13.9 16.3 13.9 15.7 12.9 15.8 12.1 15.1 16.8 13.3 12.9 12.5 16.7 13.6 13.3 11.2 15.4 17.2 10.0 12.5 12.0 16.2 15.3 18.4 14.3 11.7 10.1 16.3 11.5 13.8 13.0 14.2 12.7 11.0 14.1 11.8 8.5 9.4 6.8 13.7

TD 9 13 11 9 13 10 11 8 10 9 7 4 9 9 5 6 7 7 6 4 9 5 4 6 7 5 6 6 5 7 3 3 3 5 7 4 4 7 3 2 6 4 5 3 3 5 3 2 2 4 4 1 2 4 5 6 4 3 3 5 3 3 2 5 2 0 1 1 2 3 3 1 1 3

Rushing Att 2 0 2 11 0 0 1 0 7 3 0 5 1 3 3 0 1 5 1 0 6 7 3 15 0 6 2 5 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 2 4 2 0 4 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 6 1 0 0 5 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 11 55 0

Yds 10 0 -2 137 0 0 2 0 39 11 0 36 6 32 6 0 2 22 13 0 82 73 12 135 0 54 8 48 0 1 0 8 7 0 0 10 -7 0 4 13 15 0 28 -1 44 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 10 22 31 -3 0 0 61 29 26 0 0 0 0 0 28 0 22 85 381 0

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Avg 5.0 0.0 -1.0 12.5 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 5.6 3.7 0.0 7.2 6.0 10.7 2.0 0.0 2.0 4.4 13.0 0.0 13.7 10.4 4.0 9.0 0.0 9.0 4.0 9.6 0.0 0.5 0.0 4.0 3.5 0.0 0.0 5.0 -3.5 0.0 2.0 3.2 7.5 0.0 7.0 -0.2 22.0 7.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.5 0.0 5.0 7.3 5.2 -3.0 0.0 0.0 12.2 7.2 6.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 0.0 7.3 7.7 6.9 0.0

TD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Misc FL 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 0

FPTS 213 204 198 187 187 184 181 177 175 171 164 161 157 157 152 150 144 144 141 140 132 131 129 128 126 123 115 113 110 109 107 106 106 103 103 101 100 99 95 93 93 92 92 91 91 87 86 85 85 85 84 83 82 82 82 81 79 78 78 78 76 76 75 74 72 70 69 64 60 60 59 57 57 56

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Player Brandon Stokley Greg Camarillo Ted Ginn Jr. Deion Branch Kelley Washington Devin Aromashodu Devin Thomas Antwaan Randle El Bobby Wade Chaz Schilens Mark Bradley Sam Aiken Chansi Stuckey Maurice Stovall Jordy Nelson Julian Edelman Sammie Stroughter Brandon Gibson Dennis Northcutt David Anderson Danny Amendola Legedu Naanee Chris Henry Malcolm Kelly Eddie Royal Josh Reed Brad Smith Michael Clayton Early Doucet Lance Moore Isaac Bruce Johnnie Lee Higgins Keenan Burton Dwayne Jarrett David Clowney Marty Booker Laurent Robinson Jason Hill Domenik Hixon Demetrius Williams Darrius Heyward-Bey Jerheme Urban Sam Hurd Eric Weems Lance Long Deon Butler Mike Furrey Derek Hagan Reggie Brown Greg Lewis Nate Hughes Brandon Lloyd Brian Finneran Lavelle Hawkins Brian Robiskie Jarett Dillard Ruvell Martin Kevin Ogletree Todd Watkins Kevin Curtis Terrance Copper Joey Galloway Brian Clark Bobby Engram Andre Davis Quan Cosby Craig Davis Sinorice Moss Quinten Lawrence Kenny Moore Derrick Williams Rashied Davis Hank Baskett Marko Mitchell Ben Obomanu

Receiving Trgt Rcpt 33 19 71 50 78 38 79 45 48 34 43 24 47 25 75 50 75 37 52 29 57 24 41 20 66 30 46 24 31 22 54 37 58 31 69 34 62 34 53 38 63 43 29 24 23 12 41 25 79 37 45 27 12 7 48 16 24 17 19 14 49 21 45 19 45 25 31 17 22 14 32 16 23 13 17 9 28 15 17 8 40 9 29 18 12 7 6 6 38 20 42 15 40 23 8 8 24 9 11 8 12 5 18 8 16 11 14 7 21 7 8 6 12 6 8 7 19 8 15 6 6 4 20 7 18 6 10 5 11 6 6 4 7 6 3 1 2 1 12 6 13 6 8 5 12 5 7 4 5 4

Yds 327 552 454 437 431 298 325 530 367 365 320 326 318 366 320 359 334 348 348 370 326 242 236 347 345 291 63 230 214 153 264 263 253 196 191 181 167 90 187 142 124 186 121 50 178 175 170 101 155 96 70 117 111 110 106 106 99 96 90 77 68 67 65 61 59 55 52 18 9 59 52 35 34 32 41

Avg 17.2 11.0 11.9 9.7 12.7 12.4 13.0 10.6 9.9 12.6 13.3 16.3 10.6 15.2 14.5 9.7 10.8 10.2 10.2 9.7 7.6 10.1 19.7 13.9 9.3 10.8 9.0 14.4 12.6 10.9 12.6 13.8 10.1 11.5 13.6 11.3 12.8 10.0 12.5 17.8 13.8 10.3 17.3 8.3 8.9 11.7 7.4 12.6 17.2 12.0 14.0 14.6 10.1 15.7 15.1 17.7 16.5 13.7 11.2 12.8 17.0 9.6 10.8 12.2 9.8 13.8 8.7 18.0 9.0 9.8 8.7 7.0 6.8 8.0 10.2

TD 4 0 1 2 2 4 3 0 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rushing Att 0 0 7 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 18 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 48 -8 1 0 -2 0 11 0 20 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 -2 7 0 0 1 0 207 0 0 0 -8 21 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 53 -1 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 4 0 42 0 4 0 0 0 0

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Avg 0.0 0.0 6.9 -8.0 1.0 0.0 -0.7 0.0 5.5 0.0 10.0 0.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 2.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -0.7 2.3 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 11.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 -8.0 10.5 0.0 0.0 0.3 7.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.5 0.0 0.0 6.6 -1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -2.0 4.0 0.0 21.0 0.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

FPTS 56 55 55 55 55 53 50 49 49 48 47 44 43 42 42 41 39 38 38 37 36 36 35 34 34 33 33 31 27 27 26 26 25 25 25 24 22 21 20 20 19 18 18 18 17 17 17 16 15 15 13 11 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 2

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Tight Ends Player Vernon Davis Dallas Clark Antonio Gates Brent Celek Tony Gonzalez Visanthe Shiancoe Kellen Winslow Jason Witten Heath Miller Greg Olsen John Carlson Zach Miller Jermichael Finley Todd Heap Kevin Boss Fred Davis Owen Daniels Jeremy Shockey Benjamin Watson Dustin Keller Marcedes Lewis Tony Scheffler Bo Scaife Brandon Pettigrew Will Heller Chris Cooley Dante Rosario Daniel Fells David Thomas Anthony Fasano Randy McMichael Joel Dreessen Jeff King J.P. Foschi Spencer Havner Daniel Graham Zach Miller Donald Lee Joey Haynos Alge Crumpler Ben Patrick Desmond Clark Chris Baker Sean Ryan Kellen Davis Gary Barnidge Leonard Pope Justin Peelle Delanie Walker Shawn Nelson Robert Royal Jerramy Stevens Ernest Wilford Todd Yoder Martellus Bennett Evan Moore Daniel Coats Steve Heiden Michael Gaines Casey Fitzsimmons Derek Schouman Anthony Becht Billy Bajema Kory Sperry Tom Santi Kris Wilson Matt Spaeth Darnell Dinkins Tony Stewart Jared Cook Jimmy Kleinsasser Derek Fine James Casey Gijon Robinson

Receiving Trgt Rcpt 129 78 132 100 114 79 113 76 135 83 78 56 127 77 125 94 98 76 108 60 83 51 100 66 71 55 75 53 69 42 76 48 58 40 67 48 41 29 82 45 58 32 50 31 70 45 55 31 50 29 45 29 48 26 35 21 49 35 54 31 62 34 39 26 33 25 38 27 10 7 43 28 27 21 54 36 37 19 37 27 16 12 34 19 19 14 27 14 13 9 21 12 31 20 15 12 33 21 30 18 26 11 32 15 21 11 5 4 30 15 23 12 31 16 17 10 9 5 27 18 11 9 12 7 11 8 6 3 11 8 7 4 7 5 7 5 14 10 15 9 16 10 18 9 12 6 15 9

Yds 965 1,106 1,157 971 867 566 884 1,030 789 612 574 805 676 593 567 509 519 569 404 522 518 416 440 352 296 332 313 273 356 339 332 320 200 260 112 289 212 253 162 222 146 145 142 135 75 242 174 115 233 157 134 130 123 9 159 158 150 73 59 128 103 61 94 31 107 28 25 22 78 74 70 64 64 62

Avg 12.4 11.1 14.6 12.8 10.4 10.1 11.5 11.0 10.4 10.2 11.3 12.2 12.3 11.2 13.5 10.6 13.0 11.9 13.9 11.6 16.2 13.4 9.8 11.4 10.2 11.4 12.0 13.0 10.2 10.9 9.8 12.3 8.0 9.6 16.0 10.3 10.1 7.0 8.5 8.2 12.2 7.6 10.1 9.6 8.3 20.2 8.7 9.6 11.1 8.7 12.2 8.7 11.2 2.2 10.6 13.2 9.4 7.3 11.8 7.1 11.4 8.7 11.8 10.3 13.4 7.0 5.0 4.4 7.8 8.2 7.0 7.1 10.7 6.9

TD 13 10 8 8 6 11 5 2 6 8 7 3 5 6 5 6 5 3 5 2 2 2 1 2 3 2 2 3 1 2 1 1 3 2 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rushing Att 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 11 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 16 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Avg 0.0 5.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 16.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FPTS 174 171 163 145 122 122 118 115 114 109 99 98 95 95 87 86 81 74 70 64 63 53 48 47 47 45 43 43 41 41 39 38 38 36 35 34 33 31 28 26 26 26 26 25 25 24 23 23 22 19 19 19 18 18 15 15 13 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6

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Kickers Player Nate Kaeding David Akers Ryan Longwell Mason Crosby Stephen Gostkowski Lawrence Tynes Rob Bironas Matt Prater Jay Feely Jeff Reed Dan Carpenter Rian Lindell Kris Brown Robbie Gould Ryan Succop Sebastian Janikowski Shayne Graham Olindo Mare John Kasay Nick Folk Josh Scobee Josh Brown Jason Hanson John Carney Joe Nedney Shaun Suisham Neil Rackers Billy Cundiff Jason Elam Phil Dawson Connor Barth Matt Stover Steven Hauschka Adam Vinatieri Garrett Hartley Matt Bryant Mike Nugent Graham Gano Shane Andrus Ricky Schmitt Steven Weatherford

FG 32 32 26 27 26 27 27 30 30 27 25 28 21 24 25 26 23 24 22 18 18 19 21 13 17 20 16 18 12 17 14 9 9 7 9 7 4 4 0 2 0

FGA 35 37 28 36 31 32 32 35 36 31 28 33 32 28 29 29 28 26 27 28 28 24 28 17 21 24 17 23 19 19 19 11 13 9 11 10 8 4 1 3 0

50+FG 3-4 1-3 2-2 2-6 2-3 1-1 5-6 2-3 1-1 0-1 1-2 2-4 1-3 2-3 2-5 6-8 2-4 0-0 1-4 1-2 4-9 6-7 1-4 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-2 0-1 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FGLg 55 52 52 52 53 52 53 51 55 46 52 56 56 52 53 61 53 47 50 51 52 55 50 46 51 48 48 46 50 49 54 43 44 48 38 51 48 46 0 39 0

XP 50 43 54 48 47 45 37 32 32 41 37 24 43 33 29 17 28 28 31 36 30 16 25 50 33 25 37 23 32 18 12 33 27 17 10 10 14 6 10 2 0

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XPAtt 51 45 55 49 47 45 37 32 32 41 38 24 44 33 29 17 29 28 32 36 31 16 25 52 33 26 38 23 33 19 12 33 28 18 11 10 14 7 10 2 0

FPTS 152 141 136 133 129 128 128 126 124 122 114 110 110 109 108 107 101 100 99 92 92 92 90 89 88 85 85 77 70 69 60 60 54 38 37 33 26 18 10 8 2

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Int 17 30 25 18 26 22 11 22 17 19 18 21 14 11 12 28 14 13 16 13 15 20 15 15 10 19 11 13 8 9 8 15

STY 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

SACK 32 37 44 44 36 32 47 31 39 34 31 43 34 42 46 34 28 33 34 34 28 32 23 43 40 28 40 28 37 26 25 14

TK 806 768 876 873 872 868 833 844 832 732 808 883 861 768 779 949 821 841 956 896 841 902 914 850 897 911 847 863 915 828 883 853

DFR 14 10 13 15 13 10 13 15 13 6 10 8 11 10 10 5 13 11 9 15 13 7 13 6 9 10 6 10 12 13 11 10

FF 15 11 15 21 15 15 23 22 20 10 20 10 18 16 14 13 12 20 15 21 20 13 12 14 11 10 17 13 13 18 14 15

DTD 4 4 6 4 9 4 3 1 4 4 3 3 5 3 3 2 4 4 3 3 3 4 5 4 4 5 0 3 0 3 1 0

PA 236 297 337 281 341 261 312 308 324 291 285 325 320 250 324 326 333 427 307 375 325 402 424 390 375 400 336 390 379 494 436 380

PaNetA 2,459 3,218 3,462 3,670 3,763 3,316 3,495 3,056 2,981 3,249 3,355 3,744 3,348 3,615 3,448 2,937 3,487 3,416 3,403 3,394 3,873 4,131 3,706 3,754 3,909 3,318 3,316 3,927 3,303 4,254 3,764 3,774

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RuYdA 1,578 1,333 1,675 1,552 1,961 1,492 1,393 1,997 2,059 1,573 1,768 1,804 1,882 1,449 1,437 2,512 1,710 1,763 2,024 2,010 1,709 1,719 2,504 1,836 2,318 2,531 1,799 1,776 2,488 2,020 2,201 1,859

TYdA 4,037 4,551 5,137 5,222 5,724 4,808 4,888 5,053 5,040 4,822 5,123 5,548 5,230 5,064 4,885 5,449 5,197 5,179 5,427 5,404 5,582 5,850 6,210 5,590 6,227 5,849 5,115 5,703 5,791 6,274 5,965 5,633

FPTS 246 241 236 230 230 222 203 197 197 196 191 189 188 186 186 184 180 173 172 170 168 166 163 157 152 152 146 142 121 116 107 104

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2009 Red Zone Statistics Quarterbacks Player Aaron Rodgers Drew Brees Brett Favre Matt Schaub Peyton Manning Jay Cutler Tom Brady Kyle Orton Carson Palmer Eli Manning Kurt Warner Tony Romo Jason Campbell Matt Cassel Ben Roethlisberger Matt Hasselbeck David Garrard Philip Rivers Donovan McNabb Matt Ryan Chad Henne Joe Flacco Alex Smith Mark Sanchez Matthew Stafford Vince Young Ryan Fitzpatrick Josh Freeman Marc Bulger Jake Delhomme Kerry Collins Derek Anderson Kevin Kolb Josh Johnson Trent Edwards Brady Quinn Kyle Boller Chris Redman Seneca Wallace Charlie Frye Matt Moore Bruce Gradkowski Daunte Culpepper Shaun Hill Drew Stanton JaMarcus Russell Keith Null Byron Leftwich Brodie Croyle Chad Pennington Billy Volek Brian Hoyer David Carr Michael Vick Todd Collins Mark Brunell Tarvaris Jackson Kellen Clemens Brian St. Pierre Matt Flynn Tyler Thigpen Troy Smith Pat White J.T. O'Sullivan Chris Simms

Running Backs Passing Att Cmp 87 52 87 49 84 62 80 50 78 47 76 38 75 43 74 39 73 41 70 36 67 44 67 36 66 41 64 33 63 33 59 30 57 27 55 29 53 24 52 26 48 26 46 24 43 23 39 17 38 17 34 19 32 16 30 14 28 8 26 9 25 12 19 10 17 9 17 5 16 8 15 8 14 6 14 5 12 5 12 3 12 8 11 5 11 4 11 5 10 3 10 5 10 5 8 4 8 5 6 4 5 4 4 3 4 2 3 1 3 0 3 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD 17 21 27 21 20 19 16 17 18 13 21 15 18 12 16 11 10 17 12 14 11 11 10 8 7 6 4 7 3 5 5 3 1 3 4 5 3 2 2 1 3 4 2 3 0 1 2 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 1 2 2 1 6 2 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 3 4 2 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 3 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Rushing Att TD 18 5 4 2 1 0 8 0 1 0 6 1 8 1 4 0 5 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 11 1 5 0 8 2 5 0 12 3 3 1 5 2 7 1 1 1 6 0 1 0 4 3 3 2 12 2 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 0 3 0 2 1 4 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 4 1 1 1 7 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 151 149 171 137 128 117 110 111 136 87 137 98 127 80 113 65 74 117 87 93 77 66 65 70 57 58 26 39 14 30 39 30 12 15 26 37 19 13 18 5 19 26 13 18 4 7 10 19 13 4 7 6 7 20 0 0 0 0 6 -2 -2 7 0 -2 -2

Player Maurice Jones-Drew Adrian Peterson Matt Forte Thomas Jones LaDainian Tomlinson Knowshon Moreno Brandon Jacobs Joseph Addai Jonathan Stewart Laurence Maroney Ricky Williams Ray Rice Marion Barber Ryan Grant Cedric Benson Jason Snelling Ronnie Brown Rashard Mendenhall Chris Johnson Steven Jackson Beanie Wells Darren Sproles Mike Bell Pierre Thomas Fred Jackson Willis McGahee Frank Gore Ahmad Bradshaw Chris Brown Tim Hightower Jerome Harrison Michael Turner DeAngelo Williams Jamal Lewis LeSean McCoy Kevin Smith Ryan Moats Justin Forsett Marshawn Lynch Sammy Morris Chester Taylor Julius Jones Donald Brown Jamaal Charles Larry Johnson Reggie Bush Steve Slaton Correll Buckhalter LenDale White Willie Parker Clinton Portis Rock Cartwright Leonard Weaver Quinton Ganther Justin Fargas Tashard Choice Fred Taylor Kevin Faulk Cadillac Williams Kahlil Bell Derrick Ward Mike Hart Michael Bennett Ladell Betts Brian Leonard Felix Jones Maurice Morris Leon Washington Lousaka Polite Ahman Green Michael Bush

Rushing Att TD 64 11 62 15 52 3 52 11 52 11 49 7 46 5 45 9 43 6 43 8 42 9 40 4 40 7 39 8 39 4 39 4 36 8 36 7 34 6 33 3 31 7 30 3 30 5 29 4 29 2 29 11 28 7 28 7 28 3 26 8 26 3 26 8 25 5 22 0 21 3 21 4 21 4 19 4 19 2 19 2 18 1 18 1 18 3 16 3 16 0 15 5 15 2 15 0 14 2 14 0 13 1 13 0 13 1 13 3 13 3 12 2 12 4 11 2 11 2 11 0 10 1 10 1 10 0 10 2 9 0 9 1 9 1 9 0 9 0 9 1 9 2

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Receiving Trgt Rec 7 5 3 3 2 1 1 0 1 1 5 4 6 1 13 10 1 1 0 0 6 3 9 5 3 1 7 4 2 0 1 1 3 1 3 1 6 4 5 2 1 1 7 3 0 0 8 6 7 6 4 3 8 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 0 8 4 0 0 4 3 3 2 2 2 8 5 5 4 2 2 7 6 4 4 1 0 7 4 5 3 14 7 6 5 2 1 2 1 1 1 5 4 5 4 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 9 5 4 3 0 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 5 4 3 3 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0

TD 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Fantasy Points 89 101 27 77 72 66 40 91 51 55 79 33 50 59 31 0 62 53 45 24 56 29 39 49 33 87 72 49 22 53 36 52 39 5 26 27 36 40 16 17 13 15 23 29 3 52 33 5 15 3 16 8 0 20 20 15 29 16 26 2 22 8 1 14 4 8 7 2 0 7 13


Wide Receivers Player Brandon Marshall Andre Johnson Larry Fitzgerald Steve Smith Sidney Rice Randy Moss Marques Colston Reggie Wayne T.J. Houshmandzadeh Calvin Johnson Hines Ward Miles Austin Roddy White Bernard Berrian Chad Ochocinco Mike Sims-Walker Nate Washington Wes Welker Santana Moss Roy E. Williams Josh Morgan Terrell Owens Percy Harvin Chris Chambers Austin Collie Jason Avant Andre Caldwell Patrick Crayton Vincent Jackson Donald Driver Pierre Garcon Santonio Holmes Kevin Walter Devin Hester Dwayne Bowe Braylon Edwards Derrick Mason Lee Evans Antonio Bryant Greg Jennings Laveranues Coles Bobby Wade Steve Breaston Steve Smith James Jones Malcom Floyd Louis Murphy Anquan Boldin Brian Hartline DeSean Jackson Johnny Knox Donnie Avery Sammie Stroughter Eddie Royal Torry Holt Chansi Stuckey Jabar Gaffney Mohamed Massaquoi Nate Burleson Justin Gage Mario Manningham Jerricho Cotchery Robert Meachem Brandon Stokley Devin Thomas Hakeem Nicks Earl Bennett Danny Amendola Jeremy Maclin Greg Camarillo Sam Aiken Brian Finneran Mike Thomas Jacoby Jones

Receiving Trgt Rec 25 17 23 14 23 14 23 17 22 14 21 11 21 12 19 10 19 4 18 4 17 7 17 10 16 9 16 11 15 10 15 9 15 11 15 10 15 7 14 8 14 9 14 6 13 10 13 7 13 8 13 10 13 9 12 7 12 8 12 6 12 6 12 4 11 9 11 5 11 7 11 6 11 7 11 5 11 2 11 5 10 6 10 4 10 5 10 4 10 6 10 3 10 1 9 7 9 5 9 3 9 5 9 5 9 4 9 2 9 2 9 4 8 4 8 3 8 3 8 4 8 4 7 2 7 6 7 5 7 3 7 4 7 3 7 5 7 3 7 4 7 3 7 3 6 5 6 4

Tight Ends TD 7 7 10 5 6 8 6 5 2 3 5 3 6 3 7 5 5 3 1 6 1 1 3 4 4 3 2 4 6 3 1 1 2 1 3 3 3 3 2 1 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 3 2 3 3 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 3

Rushing Att TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Fantasy Points 51 55 70 39 48 57 44 34 13 19 36 23 43 24 51 38 35 26 10 41 11 10 28 30 28 25 18 31 43 21 10 9 18 9 24 24 24 20 13 9 33 14 16 13 8 7 7 25 28 14 22 20 8 1 1 1 15 15 14 9 8 19 14 21 20 8 7 7 7 3 1 1 8 21

Player Brent Celek Greg Olsen Tony Gonzalez Jermichael Finley Heath Miller Visanthe Shiancoe Kevin Boss Dallas Clark Fred Davis Antonio Gates John Carlson Bo Scaife Vernon Davis Anthony Fasano Dustin Keller Donald Lee Tony Scheffler Owen Daniels J.P. Foschi Jeremy Shockey Desmond Clark David Thomas Kellen Winslow Benjamin Watson Todd Heap Jason Witten Randy McMichael Joel Dreessen Will Heller Zach Miller Daniel Fells Joey Haynos Jeff King Zach Miller Brandon Pettigrew Jerramy Stevens Daniel Graham Delanie Walker Marcedes Lewis Kellen Davis Spencer Havner Todd Yoder Dante Rosario Brad Cottam Chris Baker Chris Cooley Sean Ryan Ben Patrick Justin Peelle Anthony Becht Darnell Dinkins Ernest Wilford Steve Heiden Jimmy Kleinsasser Alge Crumpler Martellus Bennett Leonard Pope Evan Moore Tony Stewart Shawn Nelson Matt Spaeth Ben Hartsock Kory Sperry Alex Smith Jake O'Connell Gijon Robinson Tom Santi Daniel Coats Greg Estandia Michael Gaines Brandon Manumaleuna Casey Fitzsimmons Jake Nordin Travis Beckum

Receiving Trgt Rec 25 10 24 12 21 9 17 12 16 13 15 12 15 5 14 11 14 7 13 7 12 8 12 4 11 8 11 6 10 6 10 6 10 3 9 6 9 5 9 4 9 3 9 3 8 6 8 7 7 5 7 3 7 1 7 1 6 5 6 4 6 4 6 3 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 0 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 1 4 1 3 3 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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TD 6 6 4 4 6 11 4 7 6 6 4 1 7 2 2 1 2 4 2 3 2 1 4 4 5 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 3 3 3 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Rushing Att TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc FL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Fantasy Points 44 40 31 34 44 74 28 49 42 43 30 9 46 13 16 9 14 27 14 20 13 8 28 31 34 13 7 0 22 14 0 13 22 15 14 7 6 -4 0 20 20 18 7 0 1 15 13 12 12 8 7 7 6 0 6 1 0 0 1 7 6 6 6 0 0 0 -2 0 0 6 1 1 1 0


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2009 Yards From Scrimmage Leaders Running Backs Player Chris Johnson Ray Rice Adrian Peterson Maurice Jones-Drew Steven Jackson Frank Gore Thomas Jones Ryan Grant Fred Jackson Jamaal Charles Matt Forte Ricky Williams Rashard Mendenhall DeAngelo Williams Cedric Benson Jonathan Stewart Joseph Addai Knowshon Moreno Kevin Smith Marion Barber Pierre Thomas Jerome Harrison Cadillac Williams Tim Hightower Brandon Jacobs Ahmad Bradshaw Justin Forsett LeSean McCoy Beanie Wells Michael Turner Julius Jones LaDainian Tomlinson Correll Buckhalter Jason Snelling Laurence Maroney Steve Slaton Darren Sproles Felix Jones Ronnie Brown Reggie Bush Chester Taylor Michael Bush Mike Bell Larry Johnson Kevin Faulk Willis McGahee Marshawn Lynch Justin Fargas Darren McFadden Maurice Morris Jamal Lewis Derrick Ward Clinton Portis Shonn Greene Sammy Morris Ryan Moats Tashard Choice Rock Cartwright Leonard Weaver Leon Washington Brian Westbrook Willie Parker Donald Brown Jerious Norwood Ladell Betts Bernard Scott Arian Foster Chris Brown Mike Tolbert LeRon McClain Rashad Jennings Glen Coffee

Rush 2,006 1,339 1,389 1,391 1,424 1,120 1,402 1,253 1,062 1,120 929 1,121 1,108 1,117 1,251 1,133 828 947 747 932 793 862 816 598 835 778 619 637 793 871 663 730 642 613 757 437 343 685 648 390 332 589 654 562 335 544 450 491 356 384 500 414 494 541 319 390 349 228 323 330 274 389 281 252 210 321 257 267 148 180 202 226

Wide Receivers Recv 503 702 436 374 314 406 58 197 371 297 471 264 261 252 111 139 336 213 409 221 302 220 219 428 184 207 350 308 143 35 232 154 240 259 99 417 497 119 98 335 389 105 12 80 301 85 179 113 245 210 88 150 57 0 180 106 132 242 140 131 181 64 169 186 179 67 93 74 192 141 101 76

Total 2,509 2,041 1,825 1,765 1,738 1,526 1,460 1,450 1,433 1,417 1,400 1,385 1,369 1,369 1,362 1,272 1,164 1,160 1,156 1,153 1,095 1,082 1,035 1,026 1,019 985 969 945 936 906 895 884 882 872 856 854 840 804 746 725 721 694 666 642 636 629 629 604 601 594 588 564 551 541 499 496 481 470 463 461 455 453 450 438 389 388 350 341 340 321 303 302

Player Andre Johnson Wes Welker Miles Austin Sidney Rice DeSean Jackson Randy Moss Reggie Wayne Santonio Holmes Steve Smith Vincent Jackson Hines Ward Brandon Marshall Roddy White Greg Jennings Larry Fitzgerald Marques Colston Chad Ochocinco Donald Driver Calvin Johnson Anquan Boldin Derrick Mason Steve Smith Percy Harvin T.J. Houshmandzadeh Santana Moss Terrell Owens Mike Sims-Walker Jerricho Cotchery Mario Manningham Devery Henderson Nate Burleson Robert Meachem Mike Wallace Hakeem Nicks Malcom Floyd Pierre Garcon Davone Bess Devin Hester Steve Breaston Jeremy Maclin Jabar Gaffney Chris Chambers Torry Holt Earl Bennett Kenny Britt Braylon Edwards Austin Collie Patrick Crayton Kevin Walter Michael Jenkins Michael Crabtree Mohamed Massaquoi Donnie Avery Bernard Berrian Lee Evans Antonio Bryant Roy E. Williams Dwayne Bowe Josh Morgan Jason Avant Nate Washington Muhsin Muhammad Louis Murphy Greg Camarillo Mike Thomas Brian Hartline Antwaan Randle El Johnny Knox Laveranues Coles Josh Cribbs Mark Clayton Ted Ginn Jr.

Rush 10 36 -2 0 137 0 0 6 0 11 0 39 2 0 0 6 32 13 73 12 2 22 135 0 8 54 0 7 0 13 4 82 48 8 0 10 11 -1 44 -7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 28 26 0 0 -3 30 0 0 0 0 0 61 0 15 0 31 0 85 29 0 0 10 381 28 48

Tight Ends Recv 1,569 1,348 1,320 1,312 1,167 1,264 1,264 1,248 1,220 1,167 1,167 1,120 1,153 1,120 1,092 1,074 1,047 1,061 984 1,024 1,028 982 790 911 902 829 869 821 822 804 812 722 756 790 776 765 758 757 712 762 732 730 722 717 701 680 676 622 611 635 625 624 589 618 612 600 596 589 527 587 569 581 521 552 453 506 530 527 514 135 480 454

Total 1,579 1,384 1,318 1,312 1,304 1,264 1,264 1,254 1,220 1,178 1,167 1,159 1,155 1,120 1,092 1,080 1,079 1,074 1,057 1,036 1,030 1,004 925 911 910 883 869 828 822 817 816 804 804 798 776 775 769 756 756 755 732 730 722 717 701 680 677 650 637 635 625 621 619 618 612 600 596 589 588 587 584 581 552 552 538 535 530 527 524 516 508 502

Player Antonio Gates Dallas Clark Jason Witten Brent Celek Vernon Davis Kellen Winslow Tony Gonzalez Zach Miller Heath Miller Jermichael Finley Greg Olsen Todd Heap Kevin Boss John Carlson Jeremy Shockey Visanthe Shiancoe Dustin Keller Owen Daniels Marcedes Lewis Fred Davis Bo Scaife Tony Scheffler Benjamin Watson David Thomas Brandon Pettigrew Anthony Fasano Chris Cooley Randy McMichael Joel Dreessen Dante Rosario Will Heller Daniel Graham Daniel Fells Delanie Walker J.P. Foschi Donald Lee Gary Barnidge Alge Crumpler Zach Miller Jeff King Leonard Pope Joey Haynos Martellus Bennett Evan Moore Shawn Nelson Daniel Coats Ben Patrick Desmond Clark Chris Baker Sean Ryan Robert Royal Jerramy Stevens Casey Fitzsimmons Ernest Wilford Justin Peelle Spencer Havner Tom Santi Derek Schouman Billy Bajema Tony Stewart Kellen Davis Jared Cook Steve Heiden Jimmy Kleinsasser Derek Fine James Casey Gijon Robinson John Phillips Anthony Becht Michael Gaines Travis Beckum Greg Estandia

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Rush 0 11 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 2 16 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Recv 1,157 1,106 1,030 971 965 884 867 805 789 676 612 593 567 574 569 566 522 519 518 509 440 416 404 356 352 339 332 332 320 313 296 289 273 233 260 253 242 222 212 200 174 162 159 158 157 150 146 145 142 135 134 130 128 123 115 112 107 103 94 78 75 74 73 70 64 64 62 62 61 59 55 45

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Total 1,157 1,117 1,030 971 965 891 867 805 789 676 612 595 583 574 569 566 529 519 518 509 440 416 404 356 352 339 332 332 320 313 296 289 273 267 260 253 242 222 215 200 174 162 159 158 157 150 146 145 142 135 134 130 128 123 115 112 107 103 94 78 75 74 73 70 64 64 62 62 61 59 55 45


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2009 Targets Leaders Running Backs Player Targets Ray Rice 101 Tim Hightower 80 Frank Gore 75 Steven Jackson 74 Matt Forte 72 Chris Johnson 71 Maurice Jones-Drew 71 Reggie Bush 68 Joseph Addai 63 Fred Jackson 60 Chester Taylor 59 Adrian Peterson 57 Justin Forsett 57 Darren Sproles 57 Kevin Smith 56 LeSean McCoy 56 Jamaal Charles 55 Steve Slaton 55 Ricky Williams 53 Kevin Faulk 53 Jerome Harrison 50 Pierre Thomas 45 Julius Jones 43 DeAngelo Williams 41 Knowshon Moreno 41 Cadillac Williams 40 Jason Snelling 39 Correll Buckhalter 38 Maurice Morris 38 Marshawn Lynch 37 Marion Barber 36 Darren McFadden 35 Brian Leonard 35 Brian Westbrook 34 Rashard Mendenhall 32 Rock Cartwright 32 Brandon Jacobs 31 Mewelde Moore 31 Ryan Grant 30 LaDainian Tomlinson 30 Ahmad Bradshaw 30 Jonathan Stewart 27 Sammy Morris 27 Brandon Jackson 27 LeRon McClain 27 Justin Griffith 27 Leonard Weaver 26 Leon Washington 26 Mike Sellers 26 Vonta Leach 26 Derrick Ward 25 Cedric Benson 24 Kenneth Darby 24 Jerious Norwood 23 Lousaka Polite 23 Willis McGahee 22 Felix Jones 22 Tashard Choice 22 Mike Tolbert 22 Earnest Graham 22 Justin Fargas 21 Larry Johnson 21 Chris Brown 21 Ronnie Brown 20 Ladell Betts 20 Lex Hilliard 20 Michael Bush 19 Thomas Jones 18 Rashad Jennings 18 Glen Coffee 18 LaRod Stephens-Howling 18 Lawrence Vickers 18

Wide Receivers Recpt 78 63 52 50 57 50 53 47 51 46 44 43 41 45 40 40 40 44 35 37 34 39 35 29 28 29 30 31 26 28 26 21 30 25 25 27 18 21 25 20 21 18 19 21 21 19 15 15 17 20 20 17 18 19 11 15 19 15 17 14 17 15 16 14 17 20 17 10 16 11 10 8

Pct 77.2 78.8 69.3 67.6 79.2 70.4 74.6 69.1 81.0 76.7 74.6 75.4 71.9 78.9 71.4 71.4 72.7 80.0 66.0 69.8 68.0 86.7 81.4 70.7 68.3 72.5 76.9 81.6 68.4 75.7 72.2 60.0 85.7 73.5 78.1 84.4 58.1 67.7 83.3 66.7 70.0 66.7 70.4 77.8 77.8 70.4 57.7 57.7 65.4 76.9 80.0 70.8 75.0 82.6 47.8 68.2 86.4 68.2 77.3 63.6 81.0 71.4 76.2 70.0 85.0 100.0 89.5 55.6 88.9 61.1 55.6 44.4

Player Targets Andre Johnson 172 Roddy White 165 Wes Welker 162 Steve Smith 159 Brandon Marshall 154 Larry Fitzgerald 153 Reggie Wayne 149 Santonio Holmes 138 Randy Moss 137 Hines Ward 137 Calvin Johnson 136 T.J. Houshmandzadeh 135 Derrick Mason 134 Steve Smith 129 Chad Ochocinco 128 Anquan Boldin 127 Miles Austin 125 Sidney Rice 122 Santana Moss 121 DeSean Jackson 119 Greg Jennings 119 Davone Bess 113 Donald Driver 111 Mike Sims-Walker 110 Terrell Owens 109 Vincent Jackson 107 Marques Colston 106 Nate Burleson 103 Torry Holt 103 Mario Manningham 99 Donnie Avery 97 Jerricho Cotchery 96 Louis Murphy 96 Lee Evans 95 Nate Washington 95 Braylon Edwards 94 Mohamed Massaquoi 94 Chris Chambers 92 Bernard Berrian 92 Percy Harvin 91 Pierre Garcon 91 Devin Hester 91 Austin Collie 90 Jeremy Maclin 90 Michael Jenkins 90 Muhsin Muhammad 89 Earl Bennett 88 Bryant Johnson 88 Roy E. Williams 87 Jabar Gaffney 87 Dwayne Bowe 87 Antonio Bryant 86 Michael Crabtree 86 Devery Henderson 83 Steve Breaston 82 Josh Morgan 81 Johnny Knox 80 Andre Caldwell 80 Deion Branch 79 Eddie Royal 79 Ted Ginn Jr. 78 Malcom Floyd 76 Laveranues Coles 76 Kenny Britt 75 Antwaan Randle El 75 Bobby Wade 75 Hakeem Nicks 74 Mark Clayton 74 Mike Wallace 72 Greg Camarillo 71 Kevin Walter 69 Brandon Gibson 69

Tight Ends Recpt 101 85 123 107 101 97 100 79 83 95 67 79 73 65 72 84 81 83 70 63 69 76 70 63 55 68 70 63 51 57 47 57 34 44 47 45 34 45 55 60 47 57 60 55 50 53 54 36 38 54 47 39 48 51 55 52 45 51 45 37 38 45 43 42 50 37 47 34 39 50 53 34

Pct 58.7 51.5 75.9 67.3 65.6 63.4 67.1 57.2 60.6 69.3 49.3 58.5 54.5 50.4 56.3 66.1 64.8 68.0 57.9 52.9 58.0 67.3 63.1 57.3 50.5 63.6 66.0 61.2 49.5 57.6 48.5 59.4 35.4 46.3 49.5 47.9 36.2 48.9 59.8 65.9 51.6 62.6 66.7 61.1 55.6 59.6 61.4 40.9 43.7 62.1 54.0 45.3 55.8 61.4 67.1 64.2 56.3 63.8 57.0 46.8 48.7 59.2 56.6 56.0 66.7 49.3 63.5 45.9 54.2 70.4 76.8 49.3

Player Tony Gonzalez Dallas Clark Vernon Davis Kellen Winslow Jason Witten Antonio Gates Brent Celek Greg Olsen Zach Miller Heath Miller John Carlson Dustin Keller Visanthe Shiancoe Fred Davis Todd Heap Jermichael Finley Bo Scaife Kevin Boss Jeremy Shockey Randy McMichael Owen Daniels Marcedes Lewis Brandon Pettigrew Anthony Fasano Donald Lee Tony Scheffler Will Heller David Thomas Dante Rosario Chris Cooley Daniel Graham Benjamin Watson Joel Dreessen J.P. Foschi Joey Haynos Alge Crumpler Daniel Fells Desmond Clark Jeff King Delanie Walker Jerramy Stevens Leonard Pope Daniel Coats Shawn Nelson Martellus Bennett Zach Miller Sean Ryan Casey Fitzsimmons Robert Royal Evan Moore Gary Barnidge Ernest Wilford Chris Baker Derek Fine Steve Heiden Ben Patrick Jimmy Kleinsasser Justin Peelle Jared Cook Gijon Robinson Tony Stewart Kellen Davis Greg Estandia Anthony Becht James Casey Derek Schouman Billy Bajema Tom Santi Spencer Havner Travis Beckum Jonathan Stupar Stephen Spach

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Targets 135 132 129 127 125 114 113 108 100 98 83 82 78 76 75 71 70 69 67 62 58 58 55 54 54 50 50 49 48 45 43 41 39 38 37 37 35 34 33 33 32 31 31 30 30 27 27 27 26 23 21 21 19 18 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

Recpt 83 100 78 77 94 79 76 60 66 76 51 45 56 48 53 55 45 42 48 34 40 32 31 31 36 31 29 35 26 29 28 29 26 27 19 27 21 19 25 21 15 20 16 18 15 21 14 18 11 12 12 11 14 9 10 12 10 12 9 9 10 9 4 7 6 9 8 8 7 8 5 4

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Pct 61.5 75.8 60.5 60.6 75.2 69.3 67.3 55.6 66.0 77.6 61.4 54.9 71.8 63.2 70.7 77.5 64.3 60.9 71.6 54.8 69.0 55.2 56.4 57.4 66.7 62.0 58.0 71.4 54.2 64.4 65.1 70.7 66.7 71.1 51.4 73.0 60.0 55.9 75.8 63.6 46.9 64.5 51.6 60.0 50.0 77.8 51.9 66.7 42.3 52.2 57.1 52.4 73.7 50.0 58.8 75.0 62.5 80.0 60.0 60.0 71.4 69.2 30.8 58.3 50.0 81.8 72.7 72.7 70.0 80.0 50.0 40.0


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2009 Total Touches Leaders Running Backs Player Chris Johnson Steven Jackson Maurice Jones-Drew Adrian Peterson Thomas Jones Ray Rice Cedric Benson Matt Forte Ryan Grant Fred Jackson Frank Gore Ricky Williams Knowshon Moreno Joseph Addai Rashard Mendenhall Kevin Smith DeAngelo Williams LaDainian Tomlinson Brandon Jacobs Marion Barber Jonathan Stewart Cadillac Williams Jamaal Charles Jerome Harrison Julius Jones Laurence Maroney Tim Hightower LeSean McCoy Larry Johnson Beanie Wells Pierre Thomas Ahmad Bradshaw Michael Turner Mike Bell Steve Slaton Jason Snelling Ronnie Brown Justin Forsett Correll Buckhalter Jamal Lewis Marshawn Lynch Justin Fargas Michael Bush Darren Sproles Chester Taylor Felix Jones Derrick Ward Clinton Portis Darren McFadden Willis McGahee Maurice Morris Reggie Bush Ryan Moats Shonn Greene Willie Parker Kevin Faulk Chris Brown Jerious Norwood Glen Coffee Sammy Morris Rock Cartwright Donald Brown Brian Westbrook Leon Washington Leonard Weaver Tashard Choice Bernard Scott Ladell Betts Chris Jennings Quinton Ganther LeRon McClain LenDale White

Rush 358 325 312 315 332 254 301 258 282 238 229 241 247 219 242 217 216 223 224 214 221 209 190 194 177 194 143 155 178 176 147 163 178 172 131 142 147 114 120 143 120 129 123 93 93 116 115 124 104 109 93 70 101 109 98 62 79 76 83 73 64 78 61 71 70 64 74 56 63 62 46 64

Wide Receivers Recpt 50 50 53 43 10 78 17 57 25 46 52 35 28 51 25 40 29 20 18 26 18 29 40 34 35 14 63 40 15 12 39 21 5 4 44 30 14 41 31 8 28 17 17 45 44 19 20 9 21 15 26 47 13 0 6 37 16 19 11 19 27 11 25 15 15 15 5 17 9 9 21 3

Total 408 375 365 358 342 332 318 315 307 284 281 276 275 270 267 257 245 243 242 240 239 238 230 228 212 208 206 195 193 188 186 184 183 176 175 172 161 155 151 151 148 146 140 138 137 135 135 133 125 124 119 117 114 109 104 99 95 95 94 92 91 89 86 86 85 79 79 73 72 71 67 67

Player Wes Welker Brandon Marshall Steve Smith Andre Johnson Reggie Wayne Larry Fitzgerald Hines Ward Anquan Boldin Roddy White Randy Moss Miles Austin Sidney Rice Santonio Holmes T.J. Houshmandzadeh Davone Bess Chad Ochocinco Percy Harvin Josh Cribbs DeSean Jackson Derrick Mason Calvin Johnson Santana Moss Vincent Jackson Marques Colston Donald Driver Steve Smith Greg Jennings Nate Burleson Mike Sims-Walker Devin Hester Austin Collie Terrell Owens Jerricho Cotchery Mike Thomas Mario Manningham Jeremy Maclin Steve Breaston Josh Morgan Kevin Walter Devery Henderson Bernard Berrian Jabar Gaffney Earl Bennett Andre Caldwell Muhsin Muhammad Robert Meachem Donnie Avery Torry Holt Michael Jenkins Greg Camarillo Antwaan Randle El Hakeem Nicks Pierre Garcon Nate Washington Michael Crabtree Dwayne Bowe Deion Branch Danny Amendola Chris Chambers Braylon Edwards Malcom Floyd Laveranues Coles Johnny Knox Ted Ginn Jr. Mike Wallace Lee Evans Kenny Britt Patrick Crayton Jason Avant Louis Murphy Antonio Bryant Bobby Wade

Rush 5 7 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 3 15 55 11 1 7 2 3 1 1 5 0 2 0 6 2 6 2 11 0 2 2 5 4 4 0 0 0 3 0 6 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 7 5 0 0 4 0 6 0 2

Tight Ends Recpt 123 101 107 101 100 97 95 84 85 83 81 83 79 79 76 72 60 20 63 73 67 70 68 70 70 65 69 63 63 57 60 55 57 48 57 55 55 52 53 51 55 54 54 51 53 45 47 51 50 50 50 47 47 47 48 47 45 43 45 45 45 43 45 38 39 44 42 37 41 34 39 37

Total 128 108 107 103 100 97 95 87 86 83 83 83 82 79 78 75 75 75 74 74 74 72 71 71 71 70 69 65 63 63 62 61 59 59 57 57 57 57 57 55 55 54 54 54 53 51 51 51 50 50 50 49 49 49 48 47 46 46 45 45 45 45 45 45 44 44 42 41 41 40 39 39

Player Dallas Clark Jason Witten Tony Gonzalez Antonio Gates Vernon Davis Kellen Winslow Brent Celek Heath Miller Zach Miller Greg Olsen Visanthe Shiancoe Jermichael Finley Todd Heap John Carlson Fred Davis Jeremy Shockey Dustin Keller Bo Scaife Kevin Boss Owen Daniels Donald Lee David Thomas Randy McMichael Marcedes Lewis Tony Scheffler Brandon Pettigrew Anthony Fasano Benjamin Watson Will Heller Chris Cooley Daniel Graham J.P. Foschi Alge Crumpler Dante Rosario Joel Dreessen Jeff King Delanie Walker Zach Miller Daniel Fells Leonard Pope Joey Haynos Desmond Clark Shawn Nelson Casey Fitzsimmons Daniel Coats Jerramy Stevens Martellus Bennett Chris Baker Sean Ryan Ben Patrick Gary Barnidge Justin Peelle Evan Moore Robert Royal Ernest Wilford Steve Heiden Tony Stewart Jimmy Kleinsasser Kellen Davis Derek Schouman Jared Cook Derek Fine Gijon Robinson Billy Bajema Tom Santi Travis Beckum Spencer Havner Anthony Becht John Phillips James Casey Michael Gaines Matt Spaeth

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Rush 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Recpt 100 94 83 79 78 77 76 76 66 60 56 55 53 51 48 48 45 45 42 40 36 35 34 32 31 31 31 29 29 29 28 27 27 26 26 25 21 21 21 20 19 19 18 18 16 15 15 14 14 12 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 5 5

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Total 102 94 83 79 78 78 76 76 66 60 56 55 54 51 48 48 46 45 43 40 36 35 34 32 31 31 31 29 29 29 28 27 27 26 26 25 24 22 21 20 19 19 18 18 16 15 15 14 14 12 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 5 5


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