Round 1 (11 overall)Rudi Johnson, RB Thanks to King's obsession with Lynch, I get a steal (1,300-plus yards for three straight years).
Round 2 (14)Travis Henry, RB I could gain 1,000 yards in Shanahan's offense; Henry will get at least 1,400.
Round 3 (35)Reggie Wayne, WR Clip and save: He'll have more touchdowns in 2007 than teammate Marvin Harrison.
Round 4 (38)Antonio Gates, TE My colleagues are fools for letting the clear No. 1 tight end drop this far.
Round 5 (59)Tony Romo, QB I know his 2006 season didn't have a happy ending, but trust me: Romo's for real.
Round 6 (62)Hines Ward, WR After only six TDs in 2006, he and Big Ben are both due to bounce back big time.
Round 7 (83)LaMont Jordan, RB All signs point to a comeback for a guy who had 1,588 total yards in 2005.
Round 8 (86)Reggie Brown, WR A recipe for fantasy success: McNabb is healthy, and Brown is in his third season.
Round 9 (107)Ladell Betts, RB Looking forward to Epstein's trade proposal when Clinton Portis goes down.
Round 10 (110)Cowboys DThis side of the ball has never been a problem for new coach Wade Phillips.
Round 11 (131)Reuben Droughns, RB If Brandon Jacobs isn't the second coming of Tiki Barber ...
Round 12 (134)J.P. Losman, QB Just in case Romo isn't actually for real, I've got the guy throwing to Lee Evans.
Round 13 (155)Jeff Wilkins, K He almost never misses (86.5% in '06), and the Rams will score a ton of points.
Round 14 (158)David Martin, TE Who was Cam Cameron's last tight end? A dude named Antonio Gates.
Round 15 (179)Priest Holmes, RB Anyone else rooting for Larry Johnson to hold out for the entire season?
Round 16 (182)JaMarcus Russell, QB My team was set rounds ago; now just making boom-or-bust picks.
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