... you should
take a flier on these guys late in your draft
So it's two weeks
from the season opener, and your 20-round fantasy draft is tonight. You have
the first 15 rounds down pat, but you have no clue what schmoes to take with
your final five picks. Before I give you my late-round advice, however, keep
one thing in mind: I'm the same guy who gave Danny Wuerffel a ringing
endorsement in Year One of the Steve Spurrier Era in Washington, so don't take
these tips as gospel; take them as lottery tickets. In other words, one might
come in or all five might need to be thrown in the trash come November.
Yes, he's one of Cincinnati's headline Bad Boys, but he's also a deep threat
who gets open downfield and could score eight touchdowns.
This was the 23rd-rated unit in the league last year, but there's excellent
depth on the line and Jeremiah Trotter is a man possessed at middle linebacker.
It'll be a top 10 defense.
COWBOYS I just get the feeling that at some point this season, maybe sooner
rather than later, Romo's going to take Drew Bledsoe's job--because of
performance, not injury.
He benefits from Houston's lack of faith in Domanick Davis. And Gary Kubiak
loves the guy.
There's no way to tell if the apple of Mike Martz's eye will produce 10
touchdowns from the slot and on returns, but he's worth a shot.