Well, it shouldn't be a cameo appearance but anything is possible
I'll probably be reading more than posting for a while as I try to get up to speed and figure out who's where and how the new team configurations are going to affect the season. Once the draft comes and goes, all of us can probably get some feel for the upcoming fantasy season.
The free agent moves are really exciting, especially for the opportunities that have been created for many of the younger wideouts.
WR drafting is going to be more of a gamble than ever, I think. Although I've been a big proponent of Stud RB drafting, I will be very tempted to grab Marvin Harrison if I find him late in the first round, and almost definitely if he drops to the 2nd round. I wouldn't try snagging him via auto drafting though.
QBs are still going to be a dime a dozen. I can probably draft one after everyone else and still compete every week.
RBs have me as mystified as they have everyone else. Can Faulk and Holmes return to form? Can Mack lay down some smack? I'd have to say right now that with the Bills' signing of Sam Gash and their new commitment to the running game, I'm leaning towards Travis Henry. Gash is almost as much an offensive lineman as a FB. He makes the holes appear where they should. Henry was all ready destined to go high, but I don't see how you can argue with such a powerful team shift towards the running game. I'll be watching the mock drafts closely to see where Henry goes.
Question of the 2003 Fantasy Season: With Parcells in Dallas, which announcer will be the first to use the term "Tuna Melt"?