Nope, Yoyo Ma, I still think Schaub throws a lot and puts up tons of stats. That's the name of the game in Fantasy Football, right?
Thomas could be a quality Fantasy option this year. Great sleeper potential for sure.
Chuck, I don't love his schedule. I love his opportunity, and his game is good, but he's just not as safe as other running backs from where I sit.
Mike, it's not bad, depending on where you took him. I like Ricky with a late-round pick. At WR, I'd rank them Breaston, Little, Shipley and Driver.
I'd rank them this way Kevin: Blount, Greene, Thomas, Ingram, Grant.
ED, Jones could be a nice surprise for Fantasy owners. There's risk because of injuries and underproduction (he hasn't scored much over the last two seasons) but there's reward (he's currently the only healthy RB in Dallas). He's worth a spin in Round 5-6.
Quarterback, I think that's a fantastic trade.
Boomer, you have to go with Nicks. Jennings will lose targets like last year to Finley, and Nicks is just getting better.
QB, I think we'll see Deion Branch watch Chad Ochocinco catch a lot of passes. I don't think he'll disappear, but he's not expected to be any better than a low-end No. 3 Fantasy WR.
TwinStix, I'd also look at Hightower's fumble issues. Stick with Torain as the No. 1 guy in Washington for now, but Hightower is still worth drafting with a late-round pick.
Steve, go with Andre, Calvin and McFadden.
Jennifer, Brandon Jackson is on my sleeper list. I think he could have a good season, especially in PPR formats. I'd rank them Ford-Bess-Breaston.
Trent, I think MJD will be fine but there is no harm in drafting Jennings in Rounds 10 or 11 to back him up as a handcuff.
Mike, some guys on my list: Matthew Stafford and Mark Ingram. I like both of them a lot.
Jason, I think that's a great idea. The sleepers I like are: Graham, Pettigrew, Winslow, Heap, Olsen and Cook depending on the size of your league.
Kevin, I feel a lot better about Turner than Greene. He's been more consistent and the Falcons will still lean on him a good amount. Greene has some risk to him but he's also a year smarter and stronger and should have a better grip on the Jets offense.
Michael, I think Freeman is safest of this group, but Stafford has the most upside. With someone like Brady on your roster, I might consider the chance on Stafford.
Trent, I would avoid him. I don't think Lewis comes close to last year's production at all.
Helu has a chance to play, but the addition of Tim Hightower really hurt him.
I would go with Foster, Charles and Rice, in that order. Don't be scared of Foster. He's a star in the making.
GURU: I'll take Charles the under for both, but not by a lot. He might be a Top 3 pick in 2012.
Alecs, I would keep Fitz, Jennings and Welker.