9 - Eddie
Kennison WR CHIEFS
Steady Eddie has had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and keeps improving.
10 - T.J. Duckett
A goal line back who's valuable in leagues that emphasize TDs.
Soon to Be Rock-Solid
1 - Rudi Johnson
Two years ago: 1,454 yards, 12 TDs; last year: 1,458 yards, 12 TDs. That's
2 - Larry
Fitzgerald WR CARDINALS
Always shows up; in '05 he had either 100 yards or a TD in 12 games.
3 - Antonio Gates
New QB? No problem for this chain-moving two-time Pro Bowler.
4 - CHAD JOHNSON
His Lord of the Dance antics notwithstanding, Johnson is already one of the
most reliable players in the league. The only reason he's not in the Peyton
Manning-- Tiki Barber class is that he's only played three years. But what a
three years: Since 2003 his yardage totals have been 1,355, 1,274 and 1,432,
and his touchdown totals have been 10, nine and nine. Until the sutures in
Carson Palmer's left knee prove strong enough to hold it in place, there's a
little doubt surrounding Johnson. But only a little.
5 - Brian
Westbrook RB EAGLES
Underutilized by Andy Reid but still a steady producer when called upon.
6 - Anquan Boldin
If it weren't for a knee injury in '04, he'd have three straight 1,000-yard
7 - Domanick
Davis RB TEXANS
Though often nicked up, his numbers hardly waver from year to year.