Round 1 (6 overall)Willie Parker, RB He quietly scored 16 TDs and put up two 200-yard games last year. A repeat would be fine with me.
Round 2 (19)Edgerrin James, RB His strong finish in 2006 has me believing he'll put up numbers like he racked up in Indy.
Round 3 (30)Marvin Harrison, WR Eight straight years of at least 1,100 yards and 10 TDs? I'm betting on nine.
Round 4 (43)Donovan McNabb, QB His knee looks to be in shape, which means big stats -- if he can stay healthy.
Round 5 (54)Donald Driver, WR As long as Brett Favre is throwing the ball around, Driver will get plenty of catches.
Round 6 (67)Laveranues Coles, WR Had a career-high 91 catches last year, but could he score a few more TDs, please?
Round 7 (78)Alge Crumpler, TE Would have preferred Winslow or Cooley. What will Crumpler be without Vick?
Round 8 (91)Fred Taylor, RB Jones-Drew gets all the TDs, but Taylor did have a career-best 5.0 yards per carry last year.
Round 9 (102)Darrell Jackson, WR Has the talent, but injuries are an issue. Still, I'll take him as my fourth wideout.
Round 10 (115)Jay Cutler, QB Showed promise last year. A perfect No. 2 fantasy QB on the verge of being a No. 1.
Round 11 (126)Chris Brown, RB There has to be a reason the Titans brought back this former starter.
Round 12 (139)Panthers D Julius Peppers will rack up the sacks, although this unit needs to force more turnovers.
Round 13 (150)Tony Scheffler, TE He's on the rise after gaining 18.2 yards per catch and scoring four TDs in December '06.
Round 14 (163)Brian Leonard, RB Potential rookie sleeper as Rams figure out how to use the versatile back.
Round 15 (174)Brandon Jones, WR Someone in Tennessee has to catch passes from Vince Young, right?
Round 16 (187)Josh Brown, K A clutch kicker on Seattle's productive offense is a good way to round out my team.