MATCHUP OF THE
They were among the elite receivers of the 1990s before they fell on tough
times. Still, though long in the tooth, these two former Buckeyes speedsters
are making a fantasy impact. Who's the better choice?
overrated veteran wide receiver out of Ohio State is entering his 12th NFL
season. In 2005 his numbers jumped by 871 yards and five TDs over those during
an injury-plagued '04, accounting for his fourth career 1,000-yard season. He
had a career-high 83 catches in '05 and matched his career average of 15.5
yards per catch. He'll be the team's No. 1 receiver ahead of Michael
overrated veteran wide receiver out of Ohio State is entering his 11th NFL
season. In 2005 his numbers jumped by 736 yards and five TDs over those during
an injury-plagued '04, accounting for his third career 1,000-yard season. He
averaged a career-high 18.3 yards per catch in '05; his 62 grabs were his most
since 2000. He'll be the team's No. 2 receiver behind Terrell Owens.
Galloway's total of 10 TDs no doubt is a red flag to defensive coordinators,
while those drawing up game plans against Dallas will first try to stop
Owens--leaving Glenn as a very dangerous afterthought. That's why he's the
Read Peter King's 10 Fantasy Things I Think I Think and analysis from David
Sabino at SI.com/fantasy.
THE INSIDE MAN
Don't give in to impulse by investing too highly in Randy Moss, throttled by
his own offense