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Postby MadScott » Wed Nov 03, 2004 3:09 pm

Mercer Boy wrote:Bulger is definitely under rated.

Jimmy Smith is probably my vote for most under rated WR.

Hard to under rate RB's, but Dunn and Staley have been doing pretty good this year.
Totally agree with Jimmy being vastly underrated this year. He's not putting up TDs at a record pace but I'm pretty sure he hasn't had a game under 60 yds. receiving either. Staley is another nice call, especially in yardage leagues. All he's done is consistenly put up over 100 total yds. a week.

Culpepper is actually a great call BH, especially for the position he was probably taken in most drafts.

How about the TE position in general being underrated this year? You've got Gates, Graham, Johnson, etc... all producing very, very solid fantasy points for teams on a weekly basis. It's not just a throw away category anymore. This is even without the supposed rookie stud KWII.
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Postby TheRawDAWG » Wed Nov 03, 2004 3:27 pm

MadScott wrote:
Mercer Boy wrote:Bulger is definitely under rated.

Jimmy Smith is probably my vote for most under rated WR.

Hard to under rate RB's, but Dunn and Staley have been doing pretty good this year.
Totally agree with Jimmy being vastly underrated this year. He's not putting up TDs at a record pace but I'm pretty sure he hasn't had a game under 60 yds. receiving either. Staley is another nice call, especially in yardage leagues. All he's done is consistenly put up over 100 total yds. a week.

Culpepper is actually a great call BH, especially for the position he was probably taken in most drafts.

How about the TE position in general being underrated this year? You've got Gates, Graham, Johnson, etc... all producing very, very solid fantasy points for teams on a weekly basis. It's not just a throw away category anymore. This is even without the supposed rookie stud KWII.



Underrated TEs? How about Witten? So underrated he didn't even make the underrated list.
So they weren't the best...and may have ended the worst. SO WHAT!
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Postby MadScott » Wed Nov 03, 2004 3:38 pm

TheRawDAWG wrote:
MadScott wrote:
Mercer Boy wrote:Bulger is definitely under rated.

Jimmy Smith is probably my vote for most under rated WR.

Hard to under rate RB's, but Dunn and Staley have been doing pretty good this year.
Totally agree with Jimmy being vastly underrated this year. He's not putting up TDs at a record pace but I'm pretty sure he hasn't had a game under 60 yds. receiving either. Staley is another nice call, especially in yardage leagues. All he's done is consistenly put up over 100 total yds. a week.

Culpepper is actually a great call BH, especially for the position he was probably taken in most drafts.

How about the TE position in general being underrated this year? You've got Gates, Graham, Johnson, etc... all producing very, very solid fantasy points for teams on a weekly basis. It's not just a throw away category anymore. This is even without the supposed rookie stud KWII.



Underrated TEs? How about Witten? So underrated he didn't even make the underrated list.
I agree about Witten but that hasn't been until recently. It just goes to further that point though.
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