It's highly unlikely that your fantasy team roster will end up looking exactly like our Dream Team. But there's no need to fret, because there isn't that much difference between the best player at each position and the handful of guys who are directly behind him. Here are five more top players at each position, plus defenses.
Steve McNair, Titans
Injuries would be a problem for most players, but McNair played hurt throughout 2003 and was still named NFL co-MVP.
Donovan McNabb, Eagles
His passing numbers (201 yards per game) should spike now that he finally has a star receiver ( Terrell Owens) as a target.
Tom Brady, Patriots
If he keeps up his recent success (two Super Bowls in three years), people will start comparing Joe Montana with him.
Michael Vick, Falcons
His broken right leg healed, Vick will reestablish himself as the NFL's most dangerous offensive threat.
Daunte Culpepper, Vikings
He cut his interceptions from 23 in 2002 to 11 last season while throwing for 3,479 yards.
LaDainian Tomlinson, Chargers
He gained 2,370 yards from scrimmage in '03, second most in NFL history behind Marshall Faulk's 2,429 in 1999.
Ahman Green, Packers
He led the NFC with 1,883 rushing yards, scored 20 touchdowns and also caught 50 passes for 367 yards.