2) Right call on
Jones. I don't trust him until I see results.
3) By the same
token, I don't like the idea of Manning setting up in the pocket and looking
downfield until he proves himself against a strong pass-rushing team. I
remember too clearly how he threw three picks against the Panthers in last
year's playoffs, and the Colts' rush will be just as formidable with their two
4) I don't know
how you pick Brown when he has no history with McNabb. I don't care if McNabb
ends up throwing for 320 yards--125 could go to Greg Lewis, 90 to L.J. Smith
and another 75 to Brian Westbrook. Plus there's the Donte' Stallworth wild
card. Brown might catch one ball.
always, always play Palmer's receivers. I don't care if the Bengals are facing
the '76 Steelers. Until Palmer shows you he can't play, roll with him. Moral of
the story: Go with the guys who are going to get a lot of balls thrown to them,
and don't waffle with the wind. Play the guys with the track records. In this
case, that's Driver and Houshmandzadeh.
Buckhalter RB EAGLES Missed three of the last four years with injuries but will
have a role in '06.
Doug Gabriel WR
PATRIOTS Trade from Oakland should greatly increase his reps--and fantasy
Kerry Collins QB
TITANS Veteran went from being unemployed to probable starter in the blink of