Posted on: June 30, 2009 6:14 pm
 

Mock Draft results

Here are the results of the latest mock draft I did Tuesday, June 30 with users. I had the No. 12 pick, and I went with the two best WR on the board in Calvin Johnson and Randy Moss. Then I loaded up on RB with Darren McFadden, Larry Johnson, Reggie Bush, Darren Sproles, LeSean McCoy and Chester Taylor. I like this strategy a lot because I only need one other backup WR in Eddie Royal to cover me through the byes. Remember, we are doing these mocks with users all offseason, so take advantage of it and get ready for your real draft.

Jamey Eisenberg
Matt Ryan QB
Larry Johnson RB
Darren McFadden RB
Calvin Johnson WR
Randy Moss WR
Jeremy Shockey TE
Reggie Bush RB-WR
Garrett Hartley K
Falcons DST
BENCH
Matt Hasselbeck QB
LeSean McCoy RB
Darren Sproles RB
Chester Taylor RB
Eddie Royal WR

Wade
Donovan McNabb QB
Adrian Peterson RB
Jonathan Stewart RB
Anquan Boldin WR
Roddy White WR
Owen Daniels TE
Anthony Gonzalez RB-WR
Josh Brown K
Bears DST
BENCH
Shaun Hill QB
Earnest Graham RB
Jerome Harrison RB
Steve Smith WR
Kevin Walter WR

Brian
Drew Brees QB
Frank Gore RB
Willie Parker RB
T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR
Brandon Marshall WR
Tony Gonzalez TE
Lance Moore RB-WR
Jason Elam K
Giants DST
BENCH
Kyle Orton QB
LeRon McClain RB
Jerious Norwood RB
Leon Washington RB
Brent Celek TE

Ross
Philip Rivers QB
Marshawn Lynch RB
DeAngelo Williams RB
Andre Johnson WR
Chad Ochocinco WR
Tony Scheffler TE
Derrick Ward RB-WR
Neil Rackers K
Eagles DST
BENCH
Matt Cassel QB
Jamaal Charles RB
Felix Jones RB
Michael Crabtree WR
Santana Moss WR

c
Tony Romo QB
Michael Turner RB
Brian Westbrook RB
Donald Driver WR
Steve Smith WR
Chris Cooley TE
Thomas Jones RB-WR
Rob Bironas K
Steelers DST
BENCH
Joe Flacco QB
Julius Jones RB
Fred Taylor RB
Chris Chambers WR
Nate Washington WR

Dave
Jay Cutler QB
Matt Forte RB
Pierre Thomas RB
DeSean Jackson WR
Reggie Wayne WR
Greg Olsen TE
Donald Brown RB-WR
Kris Brown K
Cowboys DST
BENCH
Rashard Mendenhall RB
John Carlson TE
Jerricho Cotchery WR
Patrick Crayton WR
Devin Thomas WR

steven
Peyton Manning QB
Jamal Lewis RB
LaDainian Tomlinson RB
Marques Colston WR
Hines Ward WR
Dallas Clark TE
Willis McGahee RB-WR
Stephen Gostkowski K
Vikings DST
BENCH
Eli Manning QB
Ricky Williams RB
Muhsin Muhammad WR
David Akers K
Ravens DST

chris
Kurt Warner QB
Maurice Jones-Drew RB
Clinton Portis RB
Bernard Berrian WR
Dwayne Bowe WR
Kevin Boss TE
LenDale White RB-WR
Robbie Gould K
Dolphins DST
BENCH
Trent Edwards QB
Fred Jackson RB
Steve Breaston WR
Plaxico Burress WR
Lee Evans WR

Michael
Matt Schaub QB
Steven Jackson RB
Brandon Jacobs RB
Braylon Edwards WR
Terrell Owens WR
Kellen Winslow TE
Ryan Grant RB-WR
Nick Folk K
Patriots DST
BENCH
Ben Roethlisberger QB
Knowshon Moreno RB
Zach Miller TE
Ted Ginn Jr. WR
Hakeem Nicks WR

stephanie
Aaron Rodgers QB
Steve Slaton RB
Kevin Smith RB
Santonio Holmes WR
Greg Jennings WR
Antonio Gates TE
Devin Hester RB-WR
Ryan Longwell K
Jets DST
BENCH
Jason Campbell QB
Shonn Greene RB
Ray Rice RB
Laveranues Coles WR
Percy Harvin WR

tom
Tom Brady QB
Joseph Addai RB
Ronnie Brown RB
Larry Fitzgerald WR
Vincent Jackson WR
Dustin Keller TE
Antonio Bryant RB-WR
Mason Crosby K
Titans DST
BENCH
Tim Hightower RB
Sammy Morris RB
Isaac Bruce WR
Nate Burleson WR
Derrick Mason WR

jim
Carson Palmer QB
Marion Barber RB
Chris Johnson RB
Wes Welker WR
Roy E. Williams WR
Jason Witten TE
Beanie Wells RB-WR
Nate Kaeding K
Chargers DST
BENCH
Cedric Benson RB
Ahmad Bradshaw RB
Donnie Avery WR
Torry Holt WR
Brian Robiskie WR

Category: NFL
Posted on: June 23, 2009 5:45 pm
 

Mock Draft results

Here are the results of the latest mock draft I did with users Tuesday, June 23. Dave Richard and I will be taking part in mock drafts with you all offseason, and this is the best way to prepare for your real draft.


Jamey Eisenberg
Carson Palmer QB
Frank Gore RB
LaDainian Tomlinson RB
DeSean Jackson WR
Terrell Owens WR
Roy E. Williams WR
John Carlson TE
Garrett Hartley K
Eagles DST
BENCH
Matt Hasselbeck QB
Reggie Bush RB
Fred Jackson RB
Leon Washington RB
Miles Austin WR

Paul
Matt Ryan QB
Brandon Jacobs RB
Adrian Peterson RB
Anquan Boldin WR
Jerricho Cotchery WR
Chad Ochocinco WR
Jason Witten TE
Shayne Graham K
Ravens DST
BENCH
David Garrard QB
Ahmad Bradshaw RB
Beanie Wells RB
Justin Gage WR
Nate Washington WR

Travis
Kurt Warner QB
Marion Barber RB
Chris Johnson RB
Antonio Bryant WR
Santonio Holmes WR
Brandon Marshall WR
Dustin Keller TE
Stephen Gostkowski K
Steelers DST
BENCH
Eli Manning QB
Sammy Morris RB
Ricky Williams RB
Nate Burleson WR
Derrick Mason WR

Tom
Jay Cutler QB
Marshawn Lynch RB
Pierre Thomas RB
Andre Johnson WR
Randy Moss WR
Santana Moss WR
Greg Olsen TE
Rob Bironas K
Titans DST
BENCH
Joe Flacco QB
Cedric Benson RB
Fred Taylor RB
Chris Chambers WR
Michael Crabtree WR

Phil
Tom Brady QB
Ryan Grant RB
Michael Turner RB
Torry Holt WR
Vincent Jackson WR
Hines Ward WR
Visanthe Shiancoe TE
Adam Vinatieri K
Cowboys DST
BENCH
Kerry Collins QB
Larry Johnson RB
Ray Rice RB
Patrick Crayton WR
Lance Moore WR

Bryan
Drew Brees QB
Kevin Smith RB
Brian Westbrook RB
Laveranues Coles WR
Donald Driver WR
T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR
Tony Gonzalez TE
Neil Rackers K
Patriots DST
BENCH
Brett Favre QB
Donald Brown RB
LeSean McCoy RB
Willis McGahee RB
Jeremy Maclin WR

Ross
Matt Schaub QB
Joseph Addai RB
Matt Forte RB
Marques Colston WR
Anthony Gonzalez WR
Steve Smith WR
Owen Daniels TE
David Akers K
Chargers DST
BENCH
Kyle Orton QB
Felix Jones RB
Julius Jones RB
Knowshon Moreno RB
Devery Henderson WR

Rodney
Peyton Manning QB
Steven Jackson RB
Clinton Portis RB
Plaxico Burress WR
Braylon Edwards WR
Percy Harvin WR
Dallas Clark TE
Jason Hanson K
Bears DST
BENCH
Jason Campbell QB
Jamal Lewis RB
Willie Parker RB
Isaac Bruce WR
Chris Cooley TE

Mike
Tony Romo QB
Thomas Jones RB
Maurice Jones-Drew RB
Bernard Berrian WR
Wes Welker WR
Roddy White WR
Kellen Winslow TE
Josh Brown K
Jets DST
BENCH
Jake Delhomme QB
Earnest Graham RB
Shonn Greene RB
Darren Sproles RB
Ted Ginn Jr. WR

John
Philip Rivers QB
Darren McFadden RB
Derrick Ward RB
Steve Breaston WR
Larry Fitzgerald WR
Reggie Wayne WR
Antonio Gates TE
Mason Crosby K
Giants DST
BENCH
Ben Roethlisberger QB
Rashard Mendenhall RB
Chester Taylor RB
Hakeem Nicks WR
Brent Celek TE

Jonathan
Aaron Rodgers QB
Ronnie Brown RB
Steve Slaton RB
Devin Hester WR
Greg Jennings WR
Eddie Royal WR
Jeremy Shockey TE
Ryan Longwell K
Dolphins DST
BENCH
Trent Edwards QB
Jerious Norwood RB
Jonathan Stewart RB
Donnie Avery WR
Kevin Walter WR

mike
Donovan McNabb QB
LenDale White RB
DeAngelo Williams RB
Dwayne Bowe WR
Lee Evans WR
Calvin Johnson WR
Kevin Boss TE
Jason Elam K
Vikings DST
BENCH
Matt Cassel QB
Shaun Hill QB
T.J. Duckett RB
Tim Hightower RB
Steve Smith WR

Category: NFL
Posted on: June 19, 2009 5:23 pm
 

Mock Draft Friday

Here are the results of the mock draft I did Friday, June 19 with user. This is something Dave Richard and I will be doing all offseason, so make sure you jump in and try to draft with us. But you can also do these drafts on your own, and this is the best way to prepare for your league this season.

Jamey Eisenberg
Donovan McNabb QB
Frank Gore RB
Clinton Portis RB
Terrell Owens WR
Wes Welker WR
Owen Daniels TE
Beanie Wells RB-WR
Garrett Hartley K
Chargers DST
BENCH
Matt Hasselbeck QB
Ahmad Bradshaw RB
Darren Sproles RB
Miles Austin RB-WR
Steve Breaston RB-WR

Mike
Philip Rivers QB
Thomas Jones RB
Adrian Peterson RB
Marques Colston WR
Steve Smith WR
Visanthe Shiancoe TE
Jerricho Cotchery RB-WR
Nate Kaeding K
Giants DST
BENCH
Jason Campbell QB
Donald Brown RB
Chester Taylor RB
Donald Driver RB-WR
Brian Robiskie RB-WR

Bill
Drew Brees QB
Joseph Addai RB
Knowshon Moreno RB
T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR
Randy Moss WR
Antonio Gates TE
Ray Rice RB-WR
Rob Bironas K
Steelers DST
BENCH
Trent Edwards QB
Julius Jones RB
Willis McGahee RB
Vernon Davis TE
Nate Washington RB-WR

jackie
Matt Schaub QB
Chris Johnson RB
Kevin Smith RB
Vincent Jackson WR
Andre Johnson WR
Chris Cooley TE
LenDale White RB-WR
Stephen Gostkowski K
Ravens DST
BENCH
Ben Roethlisberger QB
Ricky Williams RB
Nate Burleson RB-WR
Ted Ginn Jr. RB-WR
Anthony Gonzalez RB-WR

Wade
Carson Palmer QB
Ronnie Brown RB
Ryan Grant RB
Larry Fitzgerald WR
Calvin Johnson WR
Dallas Clark TE
Tim Hightower RB-WR
Jason Elam K
Eagles DST
BENCH
Matt Cassel QB
Earnest Graham RB
Plaxico Burress RB-WR
Steve Smith RB-WR
Packers DST

Paul
Aaron Rodgers QB
Reggie Bush RB
Matt Forte RB
Anquan Boldin WR
Dwayne Bowe WR
John Carlson TE
Braylon Edwards RB-WR
Robbie Gould K
Vikings DST
BENCH
Shaun Hill QB
Jamal Lewis RB
Chris Chambers RB-WR
Muhsin Muhammad RB-WR
Hines Ward RB-WR

kyle
Tony Romo QB
Brandon Jacobs RB
Maurice Jones-Drew RB
Antonio Bryant WR
Roddy White WR
Greg Olsen TE
Derrick Ward RB-WR
Nick Folk K
Cowboys DST
BENCH
Eli Manning QB
Shonn Greene RB
Jerome Harrison RB
Rashard Mendenhall RB
Santana Moss RB-WR

Rick
Tom Brady QB
Cedric Benson RB
Michael Turner RB
Chad Ochocinco WR
Reggie Wayne WR
Jason Witten TE
Bernard Berrian RB-WR
Neil Rackers K
Jets DST
BENCH
Chad Pennington QB
Jamaal Charles RB
Jerious Norwood RB
Donnie Avery RB-WR
Jeremy Maclin RB-WR

Zach
Peyton Manning QB
Marion Barber RB
Steve Slaton RB
Laveranues Coles WR
Lee Evans WR
Dustin Keller TE
Larry Johnson RB-WR
Adam Vinatieri K
Patriots DST
BENCH
Joe Flacco QB
Willie Parker RB
Isaac Bruce RB-WR
Patrick Crayton RB-WR
Derrick Mason RB-WR

Travis
Matt Ryan QB
Pierre Thomas RB
DeAngelo Williams RB
Greg Jennings WR
Eddie Royal WR
Kevin Boss TE
Darren McFadden RB-WR
David Akers K
Buccaneers DST
BENCH
David Garrard QB
Felix Jones RB
Michael Crabtree RB-WR
Percy Harvin RB-WR
Lance Moore RB-WR

michael
Kurt Warner QB
Jonathan Stewart RB
Brian Westbrook RB
DeSean Jackson WR
Roy E. Williams WR
Tony Gonzalez TE
Kevin Walter RB-WR
Ryan Longwell K
Titans DST
BENCH
Kyle Orton QB
Sammy Morris RB
Leon Washington RB
Torry Holt RB-WR
Bears DST

Jake
Jay Cutler QB
Steven Jackson RB
LaDainian Tomlinson RB
Santonio Holmes WR
Brandon Marshall WR
Kellen Winslow TE
Marshawn Lynch RB-WR
Mason Crosby K
Dolphins DST
BENCH
Fred Jackson RB
LeSean McCoy RB
Mark Clayton RB-WR
Justin Gage RB-WR
Devin Hester RB-WR

Category: NFL
Posted on: June 17, 2009 11:06 am
 

Mock Draft Tuesday

Here are the results of the mock draft I did Tuesday, June 16 with users. As usual, Dave Richard and I will be doing this all throughout the summer, usually a couple of times a week.

Jamey Eisenberg
Jay Cutler QB
Darren McFadden RB
Adrian Peterson RB
Anquan Boldin WR
Chad Ochocinco WR
Roddy White WR
Owen Daniels TE
Nate Kaeding K
Vikings DST
BENCH
Joseph Addai RB
Ahmad Bradshaw RB
Shonn Greene RB
Devin Hester WR
Torry Holt WR

Paul
Matt Schaub QB
Steven Jackson RB
Steve Slaton RB
Antonio Bryant WR
T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR
Roy E. Williams WR
Chris Cooley TE
Neil Rackers K
Bears DST
BENCH
Kyle Orton QB
Tim Hightower RB
Fred Taylor RB
Justin Gage WR
Nate Washington WR
 
Brian
Matt Hasselbeck QB
Ronnie Brown RB
Larry Johnson RB
Calvin Johnson WR
Lance Moore WR
Randy Moss WR
Visanthe Shiancoe TE
Robbie Gould K
Jets DST
BENCH
Brett Favre QB
Cedric Benson RB
Donald Brown RB
Rashard Mendenhall RB
Michael Crabtree WR

Zach
Matt Cassel QB
Frank Gore RB
Kevin Smith RB
DeSean Jackson WR
Vincent Jackson WR
Andre Johnson WR
Tony Gonzalez TE
Jason Elam K
Seahawks DST
BENCH
Joe Flacco QB
Derrick Ward RB
Leon Washington RB
Isaac Bruce WR
Ted Ginn Jr. WR

david
Drew Brees QB
Earnest Graham RB
Jonathan Stewart RB
Deion Branch WR
Nate Burleson WR
Muhsin Muhammad WR
Dallas Clark TE
Stephen Gostkowski K
Patriots DST
BENCH
Philip Rivers QB
Aaron Rodgers QB
Kurt Warner QB
Antonio Gates TE
Mason Crosby K

Mike
Donovan McNabb QB
Marshawn Lynch RB
Michael Turner RB
Bernard Berrian WR
Steve Smith WR
Reggie Wayne WR
Tony Scheffler TE
Garrett Hartley K
Eagles DST
BENCH
Trent Edwards QB
Fred Jackson RB
Jerious Norwood RB
Chester Taylor RB
Laveranues Coles WR

Dennis
Eli Manning QB
Matt Forte RB
Pierre Thomas RB
Marques Colston WR
Braylon Edwards WR
Santonio Holmes WR
Kevin Boss TE
Rob Bironas K
Redskins DST
Jamaal Charles RB
Felix Jones RB
Julius Jones RB
Donnie Avery WR
Anthony Gonzalez WR

jake
Peyton Manning QB
Ryan Grant RB
Brandon Jacobs RB
Lee Evans WR
Greg Jennings WR
Hines Ward WR
Dustin Keller TE
Ryan Longwell K
Steelers DST
BENCH
Ben Roethlisberger QB
T.J. Duckett RB
Jamal Lewis RB
Plaxico Burress WR
Steve Smith WR

Rodney
Tony Romo QB
Maurice Jones-Drew RB
Brian Westbrook RB
Jerricho Cotchery WR
Donald Driver WR
Percy Harvin WR
Kellen Winslow TE
Jason Hanson K
Chargers DST
BENCH
Mark Sanchez QB
Reggie Bush RB
Thomas Jones RB
Ray Rice RB
Jeremy Maclin WR

Luke
Carson Palmer QB
Chris Johnson RB
LaDainian Tomlinson RB
Derrick Mason WR
Eddie Royal WR
Wes Welker WR
Jason Witten TE
Louie Sakoda K
Titans DST
LeSean McCoy RB
LenDale White RB
Ricky Williams RB
Brian Robiskie WR
Kevin Walter WR

Mike
Matt Ryan QB
Marion Barber RB
DeAngelo Williams RB
Dwayne Bowe WR
Steve Breaston WR
Terrell Owens WR
Greg Olsen TE
Adam Vinatieri K
Giants DST
BENCH
Shaun Hill QB
Jerome Harrison RB
Darren Sproles RB
Beanie Wells RB
Chris Chambers WR

richard
Tom Brady QB
Knowshon Moreno RB
Clinton Portis RB
Larry Fitzgerald WR
Brandon Marshall WR
Santana Moss WR
John Carlson TE
David Akers K
Ravens DST
BENCH
LeRon McClain RB
Willis McGahee RB
Willie Parker RB
Bobby Engram WR
Chris Henry WR

Category: NFL
Posted on: June 12, 2009 5:29 pm
 

Mock Draft Friday

Here are the results of the mock draft I did Friday with users. As usual, Dave Richard and I will be doing this all throughout the summer, usually a couple of times a week.

Jamey Eisenberg
Matt Cassel QB
Matt Forte RB
Brian Westbrook RB
Marques Colston WR
Vincent Jackson WR
Kevin Boss TE
Reggie Bush RB-WR
Ryan Longwell K
Giants DST
BENCH
David Garrard QB
LeSean McCoy RB
Knowshon Moreno RB
Chester Taylor RB
Devin Hester RB-WR

Gary
Shaun Hill QB
Brandon Jacobs RB
Adrian Peterson RB
Anquan Boldin WR
T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR
Greg Olsen TE
Kevin Smith RB-WR
Nate Kaeding K
Patriots DST
BENCH
Marc Bulger QB
Jason Campbell QB
Ahmad Bradshaw RB
Jonathan Stewart RB
Jerricho Cotchery RB-WR

kyle
Matt Ryan QB
Ronnie Brown RB
Steve Slaton RB
Bernard Berrian WR
Randy Moss WR
Dustin Keller TE
Pierre Thomas RB-WR
Nick Folk K
Panthers DST
BENCH
Chad Pennington QB
Cedric Benson RB
Rashard Mendenhall RB
Donnie Avery RB-WR
Torry Holt RB-WR

rob
Matt Schaub QB
Steven Jackson RB
Chris Johnson RB
Terrell Owens WR
Roy E. Williams WR
Owen Daniels TE
DeSean Jackson RB-WR
Stephen Gostkowski K
Ravens DST
BENCH
Jake Delhomme QB
Ricky Williams RB
Zach Miller TE
Braylon Edwards RB-WR
Eagles DST

eric
Tom Brady QB
Donald Brown RB
Jamal Lewis RB
Laveranues Coles WR
Calvin Johnson WR
Tony Gonzalez TE
Michael Crabtree RB-WR
Mason Crosby K
Seahawks DST
BENCH
Jay Cutler QB
Joe Flacco QB
Tony Romo QB
Kurt Warner QB
David Akers K

MATT
Drew Brees QB
Willie Parker RB
Clinton Portis RB
Lee Evans WR
Roddy White WR
Heath Miller TE
Anthony Gonzalez RB-WR
Adam Vinatieri K
Vikings DST
BENCH
Kerry Collins QB
Fred Taylor RB
Percy Harvin RB-WR
Nate Washington RB-WR
Cardinals DST

Wade
Kyle Orton QB
Thomas Jones RB
Maurice Jones-Drew RB
Dwayne Bowe WR
Greg Jennings WR
Chris Cooley TE
Darren McFadden RB-WR
Neil Rackers K
Bears DST
BENCH
Matt Hasselbeck QB
Tim Hightower RB
Steve Smith RB-WR
Kevin Walter RB-WR
Titans DST

Jordan
Peyton Manning QB
Earnest Graham RB
Sammy Morris RB
Antonio Bryant WR
Santonio Holmes WR
Dallas Clark TE
Lance Moore RB-WR
Rob Bironas K
Redskins DST
BENCH
Philip Rivers QB
Aaron Rodgers QB
Antonio Gates TE
Deion Branch RB-WR
Jason Elam K

Zach
Eli Manning QB
Marion Barber RB
Michael Turner RB
Eddie Royal WR
Wes Welker WR
Jason Witten TE
Joseph Addai RB-WR
Robbie Gould K
Steelers DST
BENCH
Sage Rosenfels QB
Jerious Norwood RB
Leon Washington RB
Steve Breaston RB-WR
Derrick Mason RB-WR

Mike
Ben Roethlisberger QB
Ryan Grant RB
DeAngelo Williams RB
Brandon Marshall WR
Reggie Wayne WR
Visanthe Shiancoe TE
Beanie Wells RB-WR
Garrett Hartley K
Chargers DST
BENCH
Trent Edwards QB
Willis McGahee RB
Ray Rice RB
Jeremy Maclin RB-WR
Hines Ward RB-WR

Brian
Carson Palmer QB
Frank Gore RB
Marshawn Lynch RB
Andre Johnson WR
Steve Smith WR
John Carlson TE
LenDale White RB-WR
Kris Brown K
Jets DST
BENCH
Jerome Harrison RB
Fred Jackson RB
Felix Jones RB
Santana Moss RB-WR
Hakeem Nicks RB-WR

JASON
Donovan McNabb QB
Larry Johnson RB
LaDainian Tomlinson RB
Larry Fitzgerald WR
Chad Ochocinco WR
Kellen Winslow TE
Derrick Ward RB-WR
Shayne Graham K
Packers DST
BENCH
Julius Jones RB
Darren Sproles RB
Donald Driver RB-WR
Ted Ginn Jr. RB-WR
Chris Henry RB-WR

Category: NFL
Posted on: June 9, 2009 4:43 pm
 

Mock Draft Tuesday

Here are the results of the Mock Draft I did Tuesday with users. I'll do another one later this week so keep an eye on our Fantasy site at fantasynews.cbssports.com.

Jamey
Matt Cassel QB
Steve Slaton RB
LaDainian Tomlinson RB
Dwayne Bowe WR
Terrell Owens WR
Dustin Keller TE
Larry Johnson RB-WR
Mason Crosby K
Chargers DST
Eli Manning QB
Ahmad Bradshaw RB
Felix Jones RB
Chester Taylor RB
DeSean Jackson WR

Dustin
Ben Roethlisberger QB
Adrian Peterson RB
Brian Westbrook RB
Greg Jennings WR
Chad Ochocinco WR
Jason Witten TE
Joseph Addai RB-WR
Nate Kaeding K
Ravens DST
Shaun Hill QB
Jamal Lewis RB
Vernon Davis TE
Braylon Edwards WR
Torry Holt WR

William
Matt Schaub QB
Ronnie Brown RB
Frank Gore RB
Calvin Johnson WR
Eddie Royal WR
Zach Miller TE
Ryan Grant RB-WR
Rob Bironas K
Vikings DST
Matt Hasselbeck QB
Michael Bush RB
Sammy Morris RB
Ray Rice RB
Isaac Bruce WR

greg
Peyton Manning QB
Chris Johnson RB
Marshawn Lynch RB
Santonio Holmes WR
Brandon Marshall WR
Tony Gonzalez TE
Rashard Mendenhall RB-WR
Jason Elam K
Titans DST
Jay Cutler QB
Jerome Harrison RB
Fred Jackson RB
Deion Branch WR
Ted Ginn Jr. WR

Mark
Matt Ryan QB
Brandon Jacobs RB
Maurice Jones-Drew RB
Bernard Berrian WR
Roddy White WR
Antonio Gates TE
Donald Brown RB-WR
Ryan Longwell K
Jets DST
Joe Flacco QB
LeSean McCoy RB
Leon Washington RB
Chris Chambers WR
Jeremy Maclin WR

Westley
Philip Rivers QB
Darren Sproles RB
Michael Turner RB
Anthony Gonzalez WR
Steve Smith WR
Owen Daniels TE
Reggie Bush RB-WR
Jason Hanson K
Saints DST
Chad Pennington QB
Tim Hightower RB
LeRon McClain RB
Michael Crabtree WR
Devin Hester WR

Zach
Tom Brady QB
Matt Forte RB
Steven Jackson RB
Antonio Bryant WR
Hines Ward WR
Dallas Clark TE
Kevin Smith RB-WR
Stephen Gostkowski K
Steelers DST
Jamaal Charles RB
Kellen Winslow TE
Donald Driver WR
Derrick Mason WR
Nate Washington WR

Bradley
Drew Brees QB
Marion Barber RB
Cedric Benson RB
Anquan Boldin WR
Wes Welker WR
Anthony Fasano TE
Vincent Jackson RB-WR
Kris Brown K
Giants DST
David Garrard QB
Jerious Norwood RB
Ricky Williams RB
Miles Austin WR
Laveranues Coles WR

Wade
Donovan McNabb QB
Thomas Jones RB
DeAngelo Williams RB
Lee Evans WR
Reggie Wayne WR
John Carlson TE
Jerricho Cotchery RB-WR
Neil Rackers K
Bears DST
Kyle Orton QB
Knowshon Moreno RB
Donnie Avery WR
Percy Harvin WR
Eagles DST

Anthony F
Tony Romo QB
Pierre Thomas RB
LenDale White RB
Larry Fitzgerald WR
Randy Moss WR
Visanthe Shiancoe TE
Jonathan Stewart RB-WR
David Akers K
Packers DST
Trent Edwards QB
Beanie Wells RB
Lance Moore WR
Kevin Walter WR
Matt Bryant K
 
Robert
Carson Palmer QB
Darren McFadden RB
Clinton Portis RB
T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR
Andre Johnson WR
Chris Cooley TE
Roy E. Williams RB-WR
Robbie Gould K
Redskins DST
Jake Delhomme QB
Earnest Graham RB
Julius Jones RB
Willis McGahee RB
Santana Moss WR

james
Aaron Rodgers QB
Willie Parker RB
Derrick Ward RB
Steve Breaston WR
Marques Colston WR
Greg Olsen TE
Michael Jenkins RB-WR
Garrett Hartley K
Browns DST
Kurt Warner QB
Brandon Jackson RB
Jeremy Shockey TE
Devery Henderson WR
Antwaan Randle El WR

Category: NFL
Posted on: April 22, 2009 5:33 pm
Edited on: April 23, 2009 3:28 pm
 

Would you trade Anquan Boldin?

I got the chance to attend Anquan Boldin's charity event last week in Pahokee, Fla., and there was plenty of talent on hand, including Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith and Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin.

I'll share some news and notes from the event.

On Boldin being traded ...

Boldin's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said they are in a waiting period right now. Boldin also said there is nothing he can do right now until the team makes a move.

"I didn't say that a trade was necessary," Boldin said. "For me, I just want something to get resolved. It's something that's gone on long enough.

"The entire situation is out of my hands. What happens from here on out, I have no control over it. The only thing I'm getting from the team is they're going to do what's in the best interest of the team. For me, I have to sit back and wait. Life will go on. For me, I'm not worried about anything. I don't listen to anything. A lot of the stuff going on is stuff people make up. When something definitely happens, I'll deal with it and continue to live life."

Fitzgerald doesn't expect Boldin to be traded.

"He ain't going nowhere," Fitzgerald said. "I don't know why everyone is making all this big fuss right now. ... He doesn't want to go anywhere. He wants to be right where he's at. Who would want to leave a Super Bowl contending team? Why would he want to leave?"

Fitzgerald said he would do whatever it takes to keep Boldin in a Cardinals uniform, including taking a pay cut. "I'm looking forward to mini-camp in a couple of weeks with him out there," Fitzgerald said. "Hopefully we can just continue as always. I told them whatever it takes to keep him around I'm willing to do."

Smith said he would gladly take Boldin coming to the Carolina Panthers.

"You never want to let a good player go without saying something with the potential of that player coming to your team," Smith said. "To say I wouldn't want him in Carolina, that would be foolish because he's a great talent. I believe any team that he's on and any team he would potentially be on, he would bring a plus. He would be another weapon for that quarterback to look at."

Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess, who was also at the event, would like to see Boldin in Miami. He said Boldin would improve the receiving corps, and he's not afraid of losing playing time to Boldin.

"If he comes, I'm going to be real excited," Bess said. "That's one of the things we're lacking is a real veteran. I'd like to learn from somebody like him. He's a baller. If he comes in, I'll welcome him with open arms."

Irvin said Boldin is the best wide receiver in the NFL. And he said that within ear shot of Smith and Fitzgerald.

"Every team in the league would be smart to pursue him," Irvin said of Boldin. "If you asked me to start a football team, and I could take any receiver in the league, I'm taking Anquan right now. He's a beast. ... He's physical. He's aggressive. I want that on my offense. I would pick Anquan first."

We'll see what happens with Boldin heading into or on draft day. Fantasy owners should want Boldin to remain with the Cardinals because it's a talented offense, and Boldin should continue to put up tremendous stats.

Fitgerald expects another big year ...

Fitzgerald had an amazing postseason run with Arizona last year. He had seven catches for 127 yards and two touchdowns in Super Bowl XLIII against Pittsburgh, and his seven postseason touchdowns set an NFL record. He finished the postseason with 30 catches for 546 yards.

Now, Fitzgerald said he expects to build off those stats and do even better in 2009.

"I don't have a choice," Fitzgerald said. "You're either getting better or you're getting worse. There's only two directions you can go in, and I don't plan on getting worse."

Fitzgerald also had a tremendous regular season. He finished with 96 catches, 1,431 yards (14.9 avg.) and 12 touchdowns with seven 100-yard games and only three games without 100 yards and/or a touchdown. He is an elite talent and a No. 1 Fantasy WR, if not the best player at his position.

Look for him to have another outstanding year now with Kurt Warner also back for the Cardinals, and draft Fitzgerald with a pick toward the end of Round 1 or beginning of Round 2.

Irvin likes Crabtree, Nicks ...

Irvin said that Texas Tech WR Michael Crabtree is the top prospect heading into the draft. "I love Crabtree," Irvin said. "Crabtree reminds me a lot of Anquan. He's a beast."

In 26 collegiate games, Crabtree had 41 touchdowns and 231 receptions, totals that are the result of his speed, quickness, hands and the offensive scheme at Texas Tech. At 6-foot-2 and excellent game speed (he's got a timed 40-yard dash at 4.5, done before the NFL Combine), Crabtree is without question the best receiving threat in the 2009 NFL Draft. If he lands with a club that throws a bunch, he could post enough totals to get to 800 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie.

Irvin also said that North Carolina WR Hakeem Nicks could be another version of Irvin. At least that's what UNC coach Butch Davis told Irvin.

"I like the big receiver from North Carolina," Irvin said. "Butch Davis called me and said he reminds me of you." Nicks, meanwhile, compared himself to Boldin at a February press conference.

Nicks, who is listed at 6-foot-1, 212 pounds, leaves North Carolina with career records for receptions (181), receiving yards (2,840) and touchdowns (21). He also holds the school single-season records with 12 touchdowns and 1,222 yards receiving in 2008, having set the single-season record for catches (74) the previous year.

If Nicks can play like Irvin or Boldin he would be a tremendous Fantasy option. See what team he ends up with at the NFL Draft because that will determine his Fantasy value, but Nicks could be a good sleeper as a rookie.

Irvin hopeful for Roy Williams ...

Irvin said that Dallas WR Roy Williams needs to have a big year for the Cowboys. Irvin, a former Cowboys WR, said the team is counting on Williams to replace Terrell Owens, and Irvin said Williams is capable of having a big year.

"I hope good for his sake because after getting rid of T.O. there will be some questions on him," Irvin said. "Everybody will be watching, and I hope he plays well. T.O. gave you a lot of production, and somebody has to replace those points."

Williams has the chance to play well for the Cowboys. He struggled when he was traded from Detroit to Dallas because he was out of position thanks to Owens. But with Owens gone, Williams will be asked to do more, and Fantasy owners can count on him to step up. Consider him a No. 2 Fantasy WR worth a pick between Rounds 5 and 6.

Boldin's charity event ...

Boldin's charity event, which is called Q Fest and benefits the Anquan Boldin Foundation, was a success in its fifth year. Proceeds from the event go toward helping under-privledged kids in Pahokee and Arizona to provide clothes, sports programs, computers, etc. to "create a brighter future for the children and their families."

There was a golf tournament, a charity basketball game featuring the NFL players and a day at the park for kids.

"Each year we just hope that it improves and get better," Boldin said. "It was all fun."

 Added Smith: "It's outstanding. What he's doing, you have to commend him. It's a great gesture. I feel honored to be a part of it."

For more information on the Anquan Boldin Foundation, check out his web site at anquanq81foundation.com.

 

 

Posted on: April 12, 2009 10:07 pm
 

Wade gets 55

MIAMI -- Dwyane Wade is not going to win the MVP award. That much is clear, thanks to LeBron James.

But Wade made another case to steal some votes Sunday with his performance against the Knicks in 122-105 victory. Wade had a career-high 55 points, which finished one shy of the franchise record, and caused some playful controversy between coach Erik Spoelstra and his All-Star guard.

Wade had 50 points at the end of the third quarter and scored for the final time with 5:31 remaining in the game. He only needed one more point to match Glen Rice's record of 56 set April 15, 1995 against Orlando, but Wade started passing to open teammates at the end of the game.

Instead of going for the record, Wade left to a standing ovation with 1:06 remaining in the game since the score was out of reach. Spoelstra said he had no idea Wade was close to the record until an assistant coach told him after Wade was on the bench.

Spoelstra's excuse was he didn't want to risk Wade getting hurt with the playoffs less than a week away. The Heat clinched the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference with Philadelphia losing at Toronto on Sunday and will face No. 4 seed Atlanta in the first round.

Wade has been dealing with an injured ankle, and Spoelstra wants to make sure his best player is 100 percent when it matters most. Still, the rookie coach was aware what he had done.

"I told Dwyane he better not 'MF' me," Spoelstra said. "This is about the bigger picture right now.

"He's broken every other record for the franchise. Let's leave one for Glen Rice."

Wade, even though he likely wanted the record and will have plenty of chances to get the mark in the future, agreed with his coach. He said he "didn't care for" the record because he was focused on clinching the No. 5 seed with two games to play.

Wade did say he could tell a big game was coming. He felt good shooting the ball before the game and hit 23 three-pointers warming up.

Then he took it out on one of his Olympic coaches in Mike D'Antoni, who was an assistant with Team USA during the summer. Wade hit a career-high six three-pointers and also added nine rebounds and four assists. He was 19-of-30 from the field and 11-of-13 from the foul line.

D'Antoni and Wade shared a moment near the end of the game after Wade had scored all of his 55 points.

"I said this is nothing personal," Wade said.

"It was me just complimenting him," D'Antoni said. "I told him, 'It's sort of ridiculous that you're this good.'"

At one point after the exchange, D'Antoni said something to Wade that made him laugh. After the game, Wade wouldn't divulge the final words.

"It was something about LeBron," Wade said. "He told me not to say."

Maybe it was that Wade was the best player in Beijing, which is what D'Antoni said prior to the game. Maybe it was that Wade -- and not James -- would look better in a Knicks uniform after the 2010 season when both are going to be free agents and sought after by New York.

Or maybe it was that D'Antoni thinks Wade should win the MVP over James. Wade did have the higher point total against the Knicks this year, with James going for 52 in February. (Kobe Bryant has the NBA season high with 61, also against the Knicks).

"It was unbelievable," D'Antoni said of Wade. "He was hitting shots that once he starts, you can't stop him. He did a great job."

Wade wasn't the only Heat player with a career performance. Rookie forward Michael Beasley tied his career high with 28 points and set a new career high with 16 rebounds.

Beasley is starting with Udonis Haslem (hand) out and finally playing with confidence. It's coming at the right time for the Heat with the playoffs starting.

"I was just out there playing," Beasley said. "Coach is playing me more minutes. He is trusting me a little bit. The team is putting their trust in me a little bit. I'm just playing my game and trying to do what the team needs. It's easier to play when you have confidence and you know the team is trusting you and the coach is trusting you."

Even with Beasley's performance, the story Sunday was Wade. He's been the story all year for the Heat.

This was his third 50-point game this season, and he continues to show how good he is when he's healthy. Rookie guard Mario Chalmers said Wade "makes you say wow a lot."

Now, a year after missing the postseason, we get to see what Wade can do in the playoffs again. He's not going to win the MVP award, but he's definitely had a magical regular season.

He likely added one final memory -- and one last push for some MVP votes -- with his game against the Knicks. If only he got two more points, he would have added another record.

 
 
 
 
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