Holt, Stephen Davis, Boldin, Dom Davis and to a certain degree Jamal Lewis, I'm not going to leave him on the board past 8, but no way he puts up those kinds of numbers again. Prior to last year, 1400 and 7 were Jamal Lewis numbers, and he had the easiest schedule vs. the run last year.
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Plindsey88 wrote:Any receiver in Seattle and any RB in Denver.
I hope I am in a league with you, because I plan just the opposite. With the softest run schedule in the league, I'll be grabbing two or three Denver backs at the end of the draft and waiting for one of them to become the primary guy.
Seattle finishes its season @ Minnesota, @ the Jets, at home versus Arizona and at home versus Atlanta. They also play what will likely be a woeful 49ers team this year, twice. Sorry, give me DJax or Koren Robinson any day.
Unfortunately, I'll be avoiding most players on the Panthers offense because we just didn't gain any new threats. Teams will have us figured out...we're a ball control offense. Davis will show signs of age, and our only hope for some lightning strikes will be in the hands of Foster. Don't get me wrong, Steve Smith and Delhomme are capable of hooking up, but other than draft pick (Keary Colbert), we just didn't add many weapons on offense. I predict a decline in #'s as teams will have us "figured out."
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kashikis wrote:Oh well the discussion is back on and Sorry 'Cuna
Canacuna hasn't the slightest idea as to what you are talking about, but whatever. You're forgiven and whatnot, I 'spose.
Anyway, Canacuna will be avoiding Tiki Barber unless he falls and I can pick him up as a backup RB.
Canacuna will also make a good effort at avoiding Charlie Garner. He might get enough receptions and receiving yards to be semi-worthwhile, but he'll be lucky to have more than two or three TDs, methinks.
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I almost forgot Stephen Davis. He has killed me too many times with his 99 yard games and 98 yard games!!!!! A;lso his nagging injuries drive me nuts. Also Ill stay away from Shockey! Watched himd rop too many in the end zone to be an early 4th, 5th round pick. Plus he is just dumb, lik ehow he reinjure dhis knee last year. of cours eit had to be on the same week of a Thursday night game!