LT's understudy was hidden offstage before erupting for a Sunday-best 147
rushing yards against Denver.
Rated a top five fantasy QB this summer, he now can't generate average numbers
at home against a beat-up Panthers defense. He'll continue to throw often, but
he's no longer an every-week starter.
Yes, he had a great season in 2006, but you can't afford to play someone who's
now gaining 41 total yards per game.
He gets decent yardage, but he has thrown for four TD passes and six
INTs--unacceptable for a starting QB.
He caught 10 TD passes in Seattle last year. This year, with his new team, he
has caught zero.