August 22, 2007

Round 1 (10 overall)Brian Westbrook, RB A history of injuries is all that keeps him from being a top-five pick every year.

Round 2 (15)Ronnie Brown, RB Adept at both running and receiving, I think he'll improve in Cam Cameron's offense.

Round 3 (34)Vince Young, QB Second-year star should lead Tennessee in passing and rushing -- and TDs too, I hope.

Round 4 (39)Marques Colston, WR With Joe Horn gone, he's the Saints' top receiver, and he's primed for a huge year.

Round 5 (58)Brandon Jackson, RB The rookie has been impressive in camp; can that carry over to the regular season?

Round 6 (63)Greg Jennings, WR Not my best pick, but the Pack loves his potential, especially if Driver goes down.

Round 7 (82)Devery Henderson, WR He should benefit from Joe Horn's departure. Drawing raves at camp.

Round 8 (87)Eli Manning, QB Has his doubters -- but also two fine receiving threats in Burress and Shockey.

Round 9 (106)Kevin Jones, RB Can put up big numbers with the Lions if he's healthy, which is what I'm counting on.

Round 10 (111)Broncos D Addition of Dre' Bly makes the secondary an even greater threat to pile up turnovers.

Round 11 (130)Jason Hanson, K Mike Martz offense? Check. Home dome? Check. Hoping for the best? Check.

Round 12 (135)Ben Watson, TE Solid receiver with a great QB, and he's playing alongside receivers who stretch defenses.

Round 13 (154)Correll Buckhalter, RB Fantasy 101: If you pick Brian Westbrook, also select his Eagles backup.

Round 14 (159)Vikings D Run-stuffing unit creates turnovers (32 in 2006), but it lacks the depth to be a No. 1.

Round 15 (178)Visanthe Shiancoe, TE In an offense where the QB will be dumping off plenty, he'll do as my backup.

Round 16 (183)Michael Turner, RB Most likely he'll sit behind LT all year, but he could be great if given the chance.

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