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  • My Fantasy Team (rank it!)

    Rank it !

    1. (10) Shonn Greene
    2. (15) Reggie Wayne
    3. (34) Philip Rivers
    4. (39) LeSean McCoy
    5. (58) Mike Sims-Walker
    6. (63) Jerome Harrison
    7. (82) Carnell Williams
    8. (87) T.J. Houshmandzadeh
    9. (106) Darren McFadden
    10. (111) John Carlson
    11. (130) Joshua Cribbs
    12. (135) New York
    13. (154) Todd Heap
    14. (159) Sam Bradford
    15. (178) Rian Lindell

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    Re: My Fantasy Team (rank it!)

    Not bad.

    Landing Carlson and Heap without drafting a TE before the 10th round is pretty nice. I'd say you're in pretty good shape at receiver, too. I'm not crazy about LeSean McCoy as the #2 runningback just because he's kind of an unproven commodity. I'm having a hard time placing the Eagles offensive players in general with McNabb and Westbrook gone. Harrison could turn out to be a bit of a sleeper, though. Rivers' stats might take a hit with word that his star receiver and left tackle are likely to sit out half the season because of contract disputes, but he's still an excellent quarterback. You should be fine there, and, of course, I like to think Bradford is going to be a good option.

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