Kevin Jones is poised to have a great year. If Harrington can perform this year with his battery of talented WR's, it'll open up more chances for KJ, who proved he could perform well in the second half of last season.
JJ Arrington is a rookie, but he has a good chance of having a great season. He's the starter for sure, in Ari.
A lot of people think Cadillac will have a big year, but I'm not so sure. Pittman had a good year last year, so I don't see Caddy being huge.
I personally, don't like the situation in Green Bay. They look worse and worse to me for some reason, so I'm going to avoid Green.
Miami will be interesting. I think it's anybody's guess, but RW might be a good pick that you could get relatively late in the draft. Yes, he's out for 4 games, but when he comes back, who knows what will happen?
Also, don't forget Denver... They always turn people into big-time runners. Look what happened last year with Droughns. Tatum Bell can run. He was good at OSU. Now he's got a chance in the run-heavy Denver system.
Travis Henry in TN would be a good sleeper pick too. I'm betting he'll have the starting job before too long. Brown is too damn fragile.
A little more info would help... Is your league scoring TD heavy or yardage heavy? How many people in your league?
Last edited by Canoman; 08-11-2005 at 03:42 PM.