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WITH THEIR o-line in flux, the Colts had to re-sign Addai or else risk getting Peyton Manning killed—Addai is their best back at pass protection. His rushing production, however, has been steadily on the decline, and now the team has two younger backs in Donald Brown and Delone Carter. Indianapolis may have invested in Addai, but you shouldn't.
8 Kenny BRITT
RUMORS OF an NBC spin-off, Law & Order: Kenny Britt Unit, are untrue, but three arrests during the off-season (he's now had six brushes with the law since entering the league) signifies a troubling lack of commitment. Factor in Tennessee's shaky QB situation (do you really trust Matt Hasselbeck?) and Britt is not a gamble worth taking in the early rounds.
9 Santana MOSS
MOSS CAUGHT a career-high 93 passes from the quarterback stable of Donovan McNabb and Rex Grossman a year ago, but things are going from bad to worse under center in Washington. With unproven and weak-armed John Beck taking over (a sign that the Redskins will rely heavily on the ground game), Moss is likely to suffer a major drop-off.
10 Steve SMITH