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[ON THE RISE] Many owners will reach to draft teammate Michael Crabtree, but Morgan represents the better value on draft day. Listen to what offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye says about him: "He has the chance to ascend to the next level as a wide receiver. He is a big, physical guy that has burst and power and speed." Target Morgan late as an under-the-radar, breakout candidate.
51 Malcom FLOYD CHARGERS
BYE WEEK: 10
[SLEEPER PICK] Already forced to address a number of things on offense this off-season, San Diego made sure its No. 2 receiver didn't get away by slapping the maximum tender on him. Why? He has size, he is improving, and he prevents teams from doubling up on Vincent Jackson. Speaking of VJax, he is expected to be suspended for the start of 2010, which ups Floyd's stock early.
52 Johnny KNOX BEARS