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GENE MENEZ
October 23, 2006
Presenting the heroes and zeros of the 2006 season so far--and five of the major issues facing fantasy owners the rest of the way
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October 23, 2006

Halfway Home

Presenting the heroes and zeros of the 2006 season so far--and five of the major issues facing fantasy owners the rest of the way

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QB REX GROSSMAN, Bears
The surprise of the first half is putting up numbers at a Peyton Manning--like clip.

RB DEUCE MCALLISTER, Saints
He has outperformed all but a few backs, including ballyhooed teammate Reggie Bush.

RB FRED TAYLOR, Jaguars
He's healthy and productive (367 yards) even with the emergence of Maurice Jones-Drew.

WR BERNARD BERRIAN, Bears
The deep threat is among the league leaders in touchdown catches.

WR MARQUES COLSTON, Saints
The seventh-round pick from I-AA Hofstra leads New Orleans in receiving (27 catches, 414 yards, four TDs).

TE KELLEN WINSLOW, Browns
Despite battling a sore right knee, he's first in receptions (30) and second in yards (283) among tight ends.

K JEFF WILKINS, Rams
With 18 field goals, he joins Gould as the season's most pleasant kicking surprises.

DEFENSE Ravens
Linebacker Bart Scott has led a unit that has one touchdown and two safeties.

ALL-BUST TEAM

QB DAUNTE CULPEPPER, Dolphins
Injured, immobile and ineffective, he lost his job to Joey Harrington.

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