Gotta go with Parker in a non PPR and even strongly consider him there in a PPR league. While 2006 is probably his high end for yards and TD's, he has improved in receiving each year. 3, 18, and 31 receptions the last 3 years. While they are not LT numbers they aren't Jamal Lewis/Rudi Johnson receiving numbers either. I'm a little partial to Parker since he helped me win a championship and a 2nd place finish last year, so take my advice with a grain of salt. Still, he caught 3 TD passes last year, and if you remember the TD he had against Denver, which they showed on an in game replay, it was amazing. Big Ben scrambled around forever, and Parker went down the right sideline, then worked his way across the field and finally made a leaping catch in the endzone. It was a great catch for a WR, much less for a running back! I would expect Parker to catch even more passes this year, possibly evolving into "Diet LT" or "LT lite."